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Making History

Marc Riboud, [Anti-Vietnam war demonstration, Washington], October 21, 1967 (43.1974) Jan Rose Kamir was 17 years old when Marc Riboud took the famous photograph of her offering a flower to a line up of soldiers, their rifles aimed, during an anti-Vietnam war … Continue reading

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Beauty of the Boneyards

Folklore, movies, music, and literature often simplify cemeteries as creepy and sinister “boneyards;” places the living should avoid. A visit to one can certainly invoke an ominous feeling but cemeteries can embody so much more. Many of these sacred places … Continue reading

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June 11, 2010: World Cup soccer begins

Marc Riboud, Oil workers playing soccer in the desert, Saudi Arabia, 1974 Henri Cartier-Bresson, Spectators at soccer match, ca. 1954 Martin Munkácsi, [Goalkeeper, Budapest], ca. 1928 (printed 2009) Margaret Bourke-White, At all athlete contests women are obliged to sit by … Continue reading

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For this was on seynt Valentynes day…

“For this was on seynt Valentynes day, Whan every foul cometh ther to chese his make, Of every kinde, that men thenke may; And that so huge a noyse gan they make, That erthe and see, and tree, and every … Continue reading

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