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Happy Earth DAY

Arthur Rothstein, Elephants, Kenya, 1970 (216.1989) John Pfahl, Moose and Arrow, Grand Teton National Park, WY, 1977 (427.1984) Robert Rauschenberg, [Two alligators with palm frond shadows], 1979 (63.1999) Per Bak Jensen, [Untitled], ca. 1981 (388.1982) Charles Pratt, Maine, 1967 (111.1996) … Continue reading

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Earth Day, 2018

Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008), Earth Day, 1970 (822.2002) Louis Bencze, Giraffe, Tampa, Florida, 1990 (274.1991) Lou Bernstein (1911-2005), Newfy, N.Y. Aquarium, 1977 (97.1992) Douglas Faulkner, Golden-Crested Damselfish, Belau Islands (312.1981) David Wartersun, Pelicans, ca. 1990 NASA, [“Nearly full Earth showing Africa, … Continue reading

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Looking Up

Weegee (1899-1968), [Woman looking at Mars through telescope, Times Square, New York], ca. 1943 (3074.1993) Carl Mydans (1906-2004), Kremlin, 1959 (267.2005) NASA, [Panorama of the Moon’s Surface with Shadow of Surveyor 1], June 2, 1966 (2014.26.1) NASA, Earthrise, December 24, … Continue reading

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Historic American Panorama of the Moon’s Surface

National Aeronautics and Space Administration, [Panorama of the Moon’s Surface with Shadow of Surveyor I], June 2, 1966. Collection International Center of Photography, Museum Purchase, 2014 With the extraordinary news of China’s successful soft landing of a lunar rover on … Continue reading

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Historic American Panorma of the Moon’s Surface

National Aeronautics and Space Administration, [Panorama of the Moon’s Surface with Shadow of Surveyor I], June 2, 1966. (2014.26.1) With the extraordinary news of China’s successful soft landing of a lunar rover on the surface of the moon on December … Continue reading

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This decade is the warmest on record… New York World Pictures, “”Too many automobiles for New York’s crowded streets,” January 16, 1916 Captions: West Forty-second Street from Sixth Avenue – Hardly Room to Move. Photo by Curtis West Forty-second Street … Continue reading

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