The new photos were taken by John Filo and Howard Ruffner, two students at the university.
SOURCE: New York Times
Tamara Lanier is suing Harvard University for ownership of daguerreotypes of slaves who she says are her ancestors.
Miller created deeply empathetic images with a understated, yet unmistakable anti-racist intent.
SOURCE: Cafe Jumble
The original selfies were a surprisingly joyless bunch.
The J. Paul Getty Trust has an incredible collection of artwork including art from Monet, van Gogh, Rembrandt, da Vinci and more. Now, nearly 5,000 pieces of art from that collection have been opened up to the public for free use. You can browse the collection here....
SOURCE: NZ Herald
Intriguing photographs have surfaced of a young woman wearing the uniform of a New Zealand military officer in the Somme region of northern France where the horrendous battle of World War I was fought.Her identity is not known. In one of four photographs which are almost 100 years old, the woman, wearing the distinctive "lemon-squeezer" New Zealand military hat, salutes while holding a cane in front of a tree in a walled garden. In contrast with the usual battlefield pictures, she is standing in a relaxed setting outside a house with shuttered windows.The woman, who wears a wedding ring, is shown both in uniform and wearing a blouse and skirt, in the four grainy black and white glass negatives found in the village of Hallencourt, which was a base behind the lines during the 1916 battle....
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