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Jurgen Schadeberg, 'Avoiding the pass, Johannesburg', 1955 | Jürgen Schadeberg, dubbed the 'The Father of South African Photography', has an extensive archive of photographs, spanning sixty years. Influenced by Henri Cartier-Bresson, he has taken photographs all over the world, in particular in South Africa, where he documented the Apartheid, giving an insight into South African culture during the 1950s.

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Bremen 1955: Schulkinder beim Puppentheater. Ein Spiel über richtiges Verhalten im Verkehr. Der Mineralölkonzern Shell sorgt vor und trägt die Kosten. Die Zahl der Unfälle von Fußgängern wuchs damals dramatisch. Über 350.000 Personenwagen befuhren wieder die westdeutschen Straßen, von den Lastwagen, Omnibussen und Motorrädern ganz zu schweigen. Die blonden Jungen am rechten Bildrand interessieren sich aber mehr für den Fotografen Josef Heinrich Darchinger als für das Spiel.

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PART NINE (summer 55’) “June, can I call you sometime?" "Sure, my number's in the book. It's listed in my mother's name name is May. I was named after her: June comes after May. Do you think you'll get down this way again? "I'll make sure I do. I'll call you.' "You promise?" "I promise. I hate to leave you, baby, but I've got a long road I've been looking for you for a long time, June. But I've got to go. The boys will be worried about me. I've never been out this late before.” "Neither have I!” "Take good care of yourself, baby." kissed me and we got out of the car. He hugged me real close and kissed me all over my face. He didn’t want to leave, and I didn’t want him to leave either. "I'll walk you to the door, June.” “No! Mama's sleeping right there." I pointed to the window. "I hope you don't get in trouble, baby.” "Me too." I kissed him real quick and ran up to the house. He blew me a kiss before he got in the car. I watched him pull away his arm out the window waving goodbye. I tiptoed into the house to find sitting on the side of the bed. I was sure she could hear my heart still pounding in my chest. Her voice was stern. "Where have you been?" "I've been sitting out in front of the house, talking. I'm okay. I haven't done anything wrong, I promise." "Well, come to bed, we'll talk about it in the morning." She glanced over at the clock. "June, do you know what time it is?" "Yes, ma'am, it's 6:00 A.M. It won't ever happen again, Mama, I promise. It won't ever happen again I crawled in next to her and shut my eyes. I had a hard time going to sleep; I couldn't stop thinking about this Elvis Presley. I wondered when I would see him again. Would he call me?” •• excerpt from June jaunico’s book “Elvis: in the twilight of memory” #elvis #elvispresley #elvisaaronpresley #junejaunico #1955 #50s

PART EIGHT (summer 55’) • “I believe you, baby. I'm glad it was me." "My mother always told me, if I ever got carried away and found myself in a compromising position, to stop and ask myself ‘What would my mother think, if she could see me right now?’ It works! Speaking of mother, what time is it?” He tried to see his watch by the light of the moon. "It's either 1:15 or 3:05. I can't tell." "I've got to go home! I've never been out this late!" We ran back to the car. Dear God, I hoped it was 1:15, but the clock in the car said 3:15— I knew I was in big trouble. Thank goodness my house was only five minutes away. When we pulled up in front, the house was in darkness and everything was quiet. “Maybe she's sleeping," Elvis whispered. "I hope so. Why are we whispering?" We giggled as if we were little kids getting away with something. "Don't go yet, June. Stay with me for a little while longer. Better yet, let's go wake her and tell her you're going with me." "Are you crazy? She'll kill us both! Ill stay, but if I see a light come on, I'll have to run." We were parked under a streetlight and I could see his perfect features clearly. It was hard not to stare. "What's your last name, June?" "Juanico." I had to spell it and say it over and over. "It's pronounced like the name Juanita' but it has "co' on the end. Think you can remember that?" "I'll never forget it-June Juanico." He repeated it again and again.” •• excerpt from June jaunico’s book “Elvis: in the twilight of memory” #elvis #elvispresley #elvisaaronpresley #junejaunico #1955 #50s