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The Acropolis of Athens in the Evening (“The most beautiful thing in the world”)

George Hoyningen-Huene, [North western corner with foundation of the Hekatompedon, Acropolis, Athens], 1938 (174.1980) (Film: Negative, Kodak Panatomic, 6×6) George Hoyningen-Huene, [North side of Parthenon seen from the Erechtheion, Acropolis, Athens], 1938 (180.1980) (Film: Negative, Kodak Panatomic, 6×6) George Hoyningen-Huene, … Continue reading

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Fern, Fungi, Fun: “What a Wonderful World”

Jeannette Klute (1918-2009), Luna Moth, ca. 1950 (2354.2005) Jeannette Klute (1918-2009), Wild Larkspur, ca. 1955 (2009.89.5) Jeannette Klute (1918-2009), Trout Lily, from the “Woodland Portraits” series, ca. 1950 (2345.2005) Jeannette Klute (1918-2009), Jack in the Pulpit, ca. 1950 (2349.2005) Jeannette … Continue reading

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Cause of failures… (You Press the Button, We Do the Rest)

W.R. McKeen Jr., Kodak No. 2 negatives, ca. 1891 These envelopes, dated November 4, 1891, contained 87 “good” negatives and 12 “failures.” The negatives were from a No. 2 Kodak camera. After 100 exposures were made, the camera was sent … Continue reading

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