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Classifications: Photographs

Classifications: Photographs
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Untitled
Mary Randlett
1949
SC81.49
Subway, New York
Walker Evans
1938; estate print by Thomas Brown and Baldwin Lee, 1977 from "Portfolio I"
86.4.10
Woodbridge Monument, Mayfield, Kentucky
Walker Evans
ca. 1945
86.4.11
Kingston Station, Rhode Island
Walker Evans
1953
86.4.12
Robert Frank's Stove, Nova Scotia
Walker Evans
1971
86.4.13
Football Kick (from a 1985 portfolio)
Harold Edgerton
1938
96.45.1
Pigeon Released (from a 1985 portfolio)
Harold Edgerton
1965
96.45.8
Two Onlookers and Tragedy (With Mice)
John Baldessari
1989
2014.25.5
Morris Graves
Imogen Cunningham
1950
71.9
Dawson City, Yukon Territory
Goetzman
1901
77.37.1
Dawson City, Yukon Territory
Goetzman
1901
77.37.2
Dawson City, Yukon Territory
Goetzman
1901
77.37.3
Dawson City, Yukon Territory
Goetzman
1901
77.37.4
Dawson City, Yukon Territory
Goetzman
1901
77.37.5
Desert Train
Walter deMaria
1973
76.87.4
Marlene Dietrich
George Hurrell
ca. 1937, printed 1980
84.220.1
Gary Cooper
George Hurrell
ca. 1940, printed 1980
84.220.2
Clark Gable
George Hurrell
ca. 1940, printed 1980
84.220.3
Katherine Hepburn
George Hurrell
ca. 1940, printed 1980
84.220.4
Rita Hayworth
George Hurrell
ca. 1940, printed 1980
84.220.5
Joan Crawford
George Hurrell
ca. 1940, printed 1980
84.220.6
Loretta Young and Tyrone Power
George Hurrell
ca. 1934, printed 1980
84.220.7
Bette Davis
George Hurrell
ca. 1940, printed 1980
84.220.8
Greta Garbo and John Barrymore
George Hurrell
ca. 1932, printed 1980
84.220.9
Jean Harlow
George Hurrell
ca. 1935, printed 1980
84.220.10
Hailey, Idaho
Roger Mertin
1976
83.46
New York Roadside
Roger Mertin
1977
83.47
Untitled
Lewis Hine
ca. 1909
83.48
Edgerton, Trotting, Stride
Eadweard Muybridge
1887
93.55
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