People: Oct. 19, 1962

With 120-m.p.h. winds and torrential rains lashing San Francisco, Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick waded through a Candlestick Park that the groundskeeper called "fit only for synchronized swimming," kept calling off the sixth game between the Giants and Yankees, thus making the 1962 World's Series the most oft-postponed since the six-day wait in 1911 when the Giants were playing the Philadelphia Athletics.

Such an awful lot of celebrities live around the tony shores of Lake Geneva in Switzerland, and one young German photographer set out to snap them all. Among the least camera-shy in the...

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