From their Cadillac, Jack Carrigan (inside car) and Louis Miller Bailey, watch their two Egyptian servants clear away small stones in front of their retirement home at Giza, Egypt, on February 16, 1965. In the background are the famed 3,500-year-old pyramids which are their neighbors. The two men retired from Hollywood, California, to Egypt because they were tired of the film capital's "lurid industrialization."

From their Cadillac, Jack Carrigan (inside car) and Louis Miller Bailey, watch their two Egyptian servants clear away small stones in front of their retirement home at Giza, Egypt, on February 16, 1965. In the background are the famed 3,500-year-old pyramids which are their neighbors. The two men retired from Hollywood, California, to Egypt because they were tired of the film capital's "lurid industrialization."

So true and yet it isn't done. Just because doesn't mean you should. Treat others as you'd want to be treated, always!

So true and yet it isn't done. Just because doesn't mean you should. Treat others as you'd want to be treated, always!

The placing of last link in the Gateway Arch, 1965, in St. Louis, Missouri. The city of St. Louis is in the background. (AP)

The placing of last link in the Gateway Arch, 1965, in St. Louis, Missouri. The city of St. Louis is in the background. (AP)

February 7, 1964: The Beatles arrive in New York City on Pan Am flight 101, their first trip to America!

February 7, 1964: The Beatles arrive in New York City on Pan Am flight 101, their first trip to America!

sharontates: Jean Harlow poses with her new Cadillac V-12 motor car, C. 1930’s. Photo by Margaret Chute

sharontates: Jean Harlow poses with her new Cadillac V-12 motor car, C. 1930’s. Photo by Margaret Chute

New York City during a massive blackout as seen from Long Island City on November 9, 1965. The buildings with lights have emergency power generators. Nearly 30 million in the Northeast were left without power for 13 hours following a series of errors that led to the blackout.

50 Years Ago: A Look Back at 1965

New York City during a massive blackout as seen from Long Island City on November 9, 1965. The buildings with lights have emergency power generators. Nearly 30 million in the Northeast were left without power for 13 hours following a series of errors that led to the blackout.

Manhattan: Park Avenue Towards 39th Street -Before The Pan Am Building (1950s)

Manhattan: Park Avenue Towards 39th Street -Before The Pan Am Building (1950s)

Bobby Darin & Sandra Dee........Just looking at the frames of  their life you would think they were happy. A very sad story of fame gone wrong. Still love Bobby Darin. Brilliant man!

Bobby Darin & Sandra Dee........Just looking at the frames of their life you would think they were happy. A very sad story of fame gone wrong. Still love Bobby Darin. Brilliant man!

Daughters and sons of Washington diplomats swing in the staid East Room of the White House in Washington, on June 18, 1965. They were guests of Luci Johnson, the 17-year-old daughter of the president; Charles Tasnadi

Daughters and sons of Washington diplomats swing in the staid East Room of the White House in Washington, on June 18, 1965. They were guests of Luci Johnson, the 17-year-old daughter of the president; Charles Tasnadi

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