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Brassaï-Place de la concorde, Paris ( 1930’s).

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    Brassaï-Place de la concorde, Paris ( 1930’s).

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Peter Freuchen and his wife Dagmar Freuchen-Gale.  Peter Freuchen was an explorer, journalist, author, and anthropologist.  He participated in several arctic journeys (including a 1000 mile dogsled trip across Greenland), appeared in an Oscar winning film, and wrote more than a dozen books.
Photo by Irvin Penn.

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    Peter Freuchen and his wife Dagmar Freuchen-Gale.  Peter Freuchen was an explorer, journalist, author, and anthropologist.  He participated in several arctic journeys (including a 1000 mile dogsled trip across Greenland), appeared in an Oscar winning film, and wrote more than a dozen books.

    Photo by Irvin Penn.

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Find - Remedios Varo
1956

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    Find - Remedios Varo

    1956

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Rose Smith photographed by Seiji Fujimori for VISION China

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    Rose Smith photographed by Seiji Fujimori for VISION China

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  6. Map of South Boston stone-throwing boy infestation. The Boston Journal, September 03, 1904.

    Map of South Boston stone-throwing boy infestation. The Boston Journal, September 03, 1904.

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