The Michael Joseph Jackson Archives

Welcome to the Michael Joseph Jackson Archives


Whether you're an avid fan, a family, a friend, or a just a curious visitor, we want to thank you for taking the time to explore our work in progress. We are continually striving to give you the most extensive chronological archive of one of the greatest entertainers who ever lived,
the late King of Pop, Rock, and R&B - Michael Jackson.

This is an unofficial archive site made by the fans for the fans and for the entire world who is eager to know the man behind the crown upclose and personal. Our desire is for people to see, appreciate, and celebrate his life and his works. He wasn't merely the singer who performed the hits "Thriller" and "Bad". He urged the people to look at the "Man in the Mirror" and help "Heal the World". He broke barriers and declared that it doesn't matter if you're "Black or White". These, and so much more.

Join us, as we travel through time and discover the man, the humanitarian, the artist - Michael Jackson.

THIS IS IT.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE

Update: October 15, 2010 - Michael Jackson's name has finally been uncovered from the auditorium sign of Gardner St. School

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We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to those who have been part of this campaign -- to the people who sent letters, contacted the school or the LAUSD, signed our international and local petitions, donated to keep the campaign going, worked in the background, those who had tirelessly worked online and locally, and the Jackson family for the support. Thank you. We wouldn't have done it without you.

Michael, this is for you.


On behalf of the Uncover MJ Team,
thanks and God bless.

- Blessy (BJ) & Nathalie

"There's nothing that can't be done, if we raise our voice as one."

- Michael Jackson

This notice is also filed on the MJJ Archives Blog under the "Campaigns" category. CHECK HERE.

SITE UPDATES AND ADDITIONS


January 8, 2011 UPDATES:

Decade 2: Motown Times
1971 [Photo] - Jackson Five Photoshoot with Henry Diltz
1974 [Photo] - Record Plant Studio Recording

Decade 3: Off the Wall Era
1980 [Photo] - Hollywood Chamber of Commerce

Decade 4: Dangerous Era
1992 [Video] - Michael Tours Africa
1992 [Video] - Visit to Queen Elizabeth Children's Hospital
1992 [Video] - Heal the World Foundation - Aid to Sarajevo

Decade 4: HIStory Era
1997 [Video] - Michael's Gift from German Fans


August 25, 2010 UPDATES:

Decade 2: Motown Times
1972 [Photo] - The Dating Game Show

Decade 2: CBS/Epic Times
1977 [Photo] - 4th Annual American Music Awards
1978 [Photo] - "Right on!" Magazine Photo Shoot

Decade 3: Off the Wall Era
1979 [Photo] - "Jackson Day" Party at City National Bank Vault
1981 [Photo] - 54th Annual Academy Awards

Decade 3: Thriller Era
1983 [Photo] - Liza Minnelli's Post Concert Party
1984 [Photo] - 11th Annual American Music Awards
1984 [Photo] - New York Metropolitan Museum of Natural History
1984 [Photo] - Michael Jackson and David Smithee

Decade 3: Bad Era
1986 [Photo] - Vincente Minnelli's Funeral

Decade 5: Invincible Era
2002 [Photo] - David Gest and Liza Minnelli's Wedding

Decade 5: Personal Hiatus
2006 [Photo] - Disneyland Paris

His Inspirations
1922 [Photo] - "Daybreak" by Maxfield Parrish


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NOTE: Past updates are transferred to the blog page.
Please refer to them for more info on the current archive list.

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