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Jerome Liebling (United States, Butterfly Boy, New York 1949 Gelatin silver print The Jewish Museum, New York

If you enjoy vintage photographs, be sure to see The Radical Camera: New York's Photo League, at the Jewish Museum in New York City through March

“Butterfly Boy” by Jerome Liebling. Liebling, a distinguished photographer and teacher, took this photo of a young boy in Harlem and his oversized cloth “wings,” two years after joining the Photo League.

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The New York Photo League’s “Radical Camera.” Currently on view in New York City. Photo: Jerome Liebling, Butterfly Boy, New York, © Estate of Jerome Liebling

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60 Deeply Terrifying Halloween Photos From The Early 1900s
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Creepy Mickey Mouse and Batman Halloween photo.

60 Deeply Terrifying Halloween Photos From The Early

From doll masks to bags over heads to outfits that can't even be described with words, these vintage Halloween costumes are supremely creepy.

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60 Deeply Terrifying Halloween Photos From The Early 1900s

60 Deeply Terrifying Halloween Photos From The Early 1900s
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Beach buddies circa 1930 This picture was taken at Jones Beach on Long Island NY

I need to collect some black and white old pics of family members and frame them in my hallway. I've been meaning to do this for years. Long Island kids in the at Jones Beach

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Barbara Hawk, Taos, New Mexico, 1931.
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Barbara Hawk, Taos, New Mexico, 1931.

Barbara Hawk, Taos, New Mexico, 1931.
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Gordon Parks - Music--That Lordly Power; Creation Date: Medium: Silver print;

Peace - that was the other name for home. ~ Kathleen Norris / Photo: 'That Lordly Power' by Gordon Parks

100 Years of African American vintage photography from the end of slavery in the to the Black Power Movement of the and beyond.

By Gordon Parks. This is a wonderful, romantic black and white image. The moment is somehow made formal because the man is playing a chello, yet informal because he's barefoot. We're catching them in the midst of this personal, charming moment.

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Galería: Paul Strand | Oscar en Fotos
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Paul Strand was an American art photographer. His career spanned many decades. Blind Boys at Cape Coast, .

Paul Strand was born in New York in When he was 17 years old, he began taking photography courses, studying under famed photographer L.

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"It is one thing to photograph people. It is another to make others care about them by revealing the core of their humanness.

Galería: Paul Strand | Oscar en Fotos

Galería: Paul Strand | Oscar en Fotos

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Helen Levitt    New York, c.1940.

Helen Levitt New York, c.1940.

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Viewfinder: 'Katie Morag Morrison, South Uist, 1954' by Paul Strand

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