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“Gerda Taro – Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow”

Unidentified Photographer, Gerda Taro, Guadalajara Front, July 1937 Gerta Pohorylle, aka Gerda Taro, was born in Stuttgart, Germany, on August 1, 1910. After attending the Königin-Charlotte Realschule in Stuttgart, the Internat Villa Florissant in Lausanne, Switzerland, the Höhere Handelsschule (Business … Continue reading

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SPRING

Barbara Morgan, Spring on Madison Square, 1938 (532.1986) Voila, “Printemps sur la Hollande,” May 23, 1936 (2007.71.12) Vu, “Le Sacre du Printemps,” March 13, 1929 (2009.52.35)

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Year of the Dog (4): Our Friends the Dogs

Vu et Lu, June 3, 1937 (2011.7.3)

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Six Snow People

VU, December 5, 1934 (2009.61.93) Unidentified Photographer, [20-Foot Snow Sculpture of Amelia Earhart], February 28, 1938 (2007.9.2) Unidentified Photographer, 20-Foot Snow Sculpture of Amelia Earhart, February 1938 (2006.18.4) Robert Capa, [Betty and John Marsh watching ice skating show during the … Continue reading

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Make a New Year’s Revolution

VU, “Nous Vous La Souhaitons Bonne et Heureuse,” [“We Wish It To You Good and Happy”], January 1, 1930, (2009.52.75) Hiram Dotson, Friend’s New Year Eve Party, ca. 1970-1995 (DA.1C2.15) Sharon Avery, Make a New Year’s Revolution, Kids!, ca. 1970 … Continue reading

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Friday the 13th

Alfred Gescheidt, City Cat, New York, 1951 (365.1984) Vu, April 3, 1935 (2009.61.101) Weegee, [Three-Eyed Cat], ca. 1958 (5679.1993)

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Mahatma Gandhi

Münchner Illustrierte Presse, May 18, 1930, (2007.87.56) Vu, March 11, 1931, (2011.7.30) Vu, “Towards Peace,” September 16, 1931 (2011.7.53) Margaret Bourke-White (1904-1971), Gandhi Colony: Gandhi’s morning walk with close members of the Ashram and members of his family. It is … Continue reading

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