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Dear Rowena...

Greetings! This is Ashley Trainor, senior at SUNY New Paltz majoring
in history with a minor in anthropology, and Zachary Rousseas, junior
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Paris as a Muse: Photography

Paris has loomed large in the imagination of artists, writers, and architects for centuries. For 175 years, it has attracted photographers from around the world who have succumbed to its spell and made it their home for part, if not all, of their lives.  82 more words


A summer day at Ticonderoga, 1908

At the time, Fort Ticonderoga was a total ruin and not yet a park and very far from the meticulously restored set of buildings that it is today; however, it had become a stopping point for interested tourists in the Champlain/Hudson River valley. 68 more words

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10 Historical Photographs

Starving Boy and a Missionary – Mike Wells (1980)

Wells didn’t publish this image for 5 months after much consideration whilst people were dying. He was reluctant to enter this image in a competition, which he won, and was against winning prizes with images of starving children. 1,226 more words

"War Photographers Pass" - Donald H. Cravens

This is something you certainly won’t see everyday. A War World II “War Photographer’s Pass” issued to Donald H. Cravens. I photographed this yesterday at a showing of the photographs of Don Craven at the Walter N. 206 more words