American teens living in Paris in the 1950s—brought there thanks to their fathers' jobs—eschewed frog legs and guzzled Coca-Cola. They sat at cafes and spent their evenings at basement jazz clubs. See more photos, and read the story of Gordon Parks' assignment to photograph them, by historian John Edwin Mason: http://ti.me/15R7Fr2 (Gordon Parks—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)
a moment seared into my brain. i cried all day when he was killed in the plane crash. some people objected to pres. clinton using national resources to recover the bodies. not me - you don't abandon a national icon in the deep blue sea. period.