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[Fisheye photo of Volkswagen Beetle]

Description: Photograph of a Volkswagen Beetle taken with a 180 degree fisheye lens. The Beetle has the Wolfsburg crest logo which dates the car between 1952-1959. Narrative by Junebug Clark: Additional photos and information can be found in the pdf document "Joe Clark HBSS LIFE Magazine Photos" page 204. January 26, 1959. Life Magazine pages 10-11. Speaking of Pictures - Photo War on ‘Bugs’ This image captioned “VOLKSWAGEN FRONT RESEMBLES "AN UNDERFED LADYBUG""Photograph of a Volkswagen Beetle taken with a 180 degree fisheye lens. The Beetle has the Wolfsburg crest logo which dates the car between 1952-1959. Narrative by Junebug Clark: Additional photos and information can be found in the pdf document "Joe Clark HBSS LIFE Magazine Photos" page 204. January 26, 1959. Life Magazine pages 10-11. Speaking of Pictures - Photo War on ‘Bugs’ This image captioned “VOLKSWAGEN FRONT RESEMBLES "AN UNDERFED LADYBUG"" Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS.
Date: 195u
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Cars line up in traffic]

Description: PhotograpPhotograph of cars lining up in traffic. Narrative by Junebug Clark: Ron worked for us for years as an assistant, second shooter and photographer. Ron was about 20 years older than me and he taught me a lot.h of cars lining up in traffic. Photo by: Ron Unternahrer
Date: 19uu
Creator: Clark, Joe & Unternahrer, Ron
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Parking Lots]

Description: Photograph of two parking lots, separated by a strip of grass and a few trees. Both parking lots are filled with a multitude of similar looking cars.
Date: 19uu
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Car in halves (2)]

Description: Photograph of a vehicle utilizing trick photography to make it appear that the car has been split in two. There are three men in this photo. One man is driving the vehicle, another man appears to be jumping off, or over, the vehicle while another looks on in disbelief. Narrative by Junebug Clark: Joe always said "Photography is a kin to Journalism" and that he created "Pictures that tell a story". When cars first started coming out with front wheel drive he imagined "A Front Wheel Drive Vehicle so powerful that it could leave its back end behind." Here Joe used his "Hillbilly Ingenuity" to illustrate that thought. Driving is Joe himself. Leaping in the air is Ron Unternahrer. And looking on in disbelief is Ed Nobel. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Signed by: Joe Clark, HBSS
Date: 19uu
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Henry's first car]

Description: Photograph of Henry Ford's first experimental car parked on a cobblestone street in front of the 58 Bagley building in Detroit, Michigan where the vehicle was built. Henry Ford referred to his vehicle as the quadrocycle. Through the door there is a silhouette of a man with a tool in his hand. There is also a color version of this photo available in the collection. Narrative by Junebug Clark: The shadow represents Henry Ford himself. Picture was made at Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Michigan. Henry Ford's original lab/building exist today. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS.
Date: 19uu
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The Drive-In Outhouse]

Description: Photograph of a couple of cars and miscellaneous parts left under the shade of two large trees. Branches of one tree appear to have fallen against the fence that runs behind them. Narrative by Junebug Clark: Also in the center of the photo and in the shade of the trees is an outhouse. One of many Joe photographed for his book, "Early American Architecture."
Date: 19uu
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Car in halves]

Description: Photograph of a vehicle utilizing trick photography to make it appear that the car has been split in two. There are three men in this photo. One man is driving the vehicle, another man appears to be jumping off, or over, the vehicle while another looks on in disbelief. Narrative by Junebug Clark: Joe always said "Photography is a kin to Journalism" and that he created "Pictures that tell a story". When cars first started coming out with front wheel drive he imagined "A Front Wheel Drive Vehicle so powerful that it could leave its back end behind." Here Joe used his "Hillbilly Ingenuity" to illustrate that thought. Driving is Joe himself. Leaping in the air is Ron Unternahrer. And looking on in disbelief is Ed Nobel. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Signed by: Joe Clark, HBSS
Date: 19uu
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Henry's first car]

Description: Photograph of Henry Ford's first experimental car parked on a cobblestone street in front of the 58 Bagley building in Detroit, Michigan where the vehicle was built. Henry Ford referred to his vehicle as the quadrocycle. Through the door there is a silhouette of a man with a tool in his hand.
Date: 19uu
Creator: Clark, Joe
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Henry's first car]

Description: Photograph of Henry Ford's first experimental car parked on a cobblestone street in front of the 58 Bagley building in Detroit, Michigan where the vehicle was built. Henry Ford referred to his vehicle as the quadrocycle. Through the door there is a silhouette of a man with a tool in his hand.
Date: 19uu
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Unveiling of 1961 Automobiles]

Description: Photograph of 1961 Automobiles being unveiled on the parking ramp of Detroit's Cobo Hall. This appeared as a two page spread in Life Magazine's October 17, 1960 issue. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Clark PhotoFile: 7800-110. The Life Magazine article was titled: The Hot Issue of America's Vitality and read. "On the futuristic ramp of Detroit's Cobo Hall, a parade of 1961 model autos spiraled down from the roof to be enshrined, almost like jewels, for this week's opening of the 43rd National Auto Show in the brand-new $54 million exposition palace beside the Detroit River. This was a sight guaranteed to stir excitement in the breast of a car-conscious nation on wheels. But it was more than that. The manufacture of automobiles is one of the nation's largest industries and a major index of the health of its economy. Here Detroit hoped to learn whether the public would approve what it was offering. Here too it could be possible to foretell with fair accuracy whether the nation could expect a year of boom or business doldrums. Detroit's splash with the '61s takes on even greater significance because this is an election year in which the state of the economy and how to improve its future has become a bitterly divisive issue between Vice President Nixon and Senator John Kennedy. President Eisenhower tacitly acknowledged the political importance of what went on in Cobo Hall by promising to make an address there on October 17. Big as it is, the issue is bigger than the 1961 model year. It is the absorbing issue of what goes into and comes out of every American's pocket book. It is an issue composed of vital stuff, measured in terms of prices, job or no job, growth or no growth--and it is an essential background ...
Date: 1960
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[One story home]

Description: Photograph of a one story home with a two car garage. One of the vehicles is parked in front of the house. The photograph has been altered to make the car and house appear to by wider than they actually are.
Date: 19uu
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Cars on a neighborhood street]

Description: Photograph of two parallel rows of cars, parked along the curbs of a neighborhood street. This photograph is a cropped version of another print in the collection. Narrative by Junebug Clark: Detroit, Michigan Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS.
Date: 19uu
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections