Walker Evans Votive Candles
Walker Evans, Penny Picture Display, Savannah, 1936 gelatin silver print The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Walker EVANS :: Dilapidated Brick Italianate Town House, Chicago, Illinois, 1946
caroline blackwood & robert lowell photographed by walker evans, kent, england,
Walker Evans (1903-1975) 'Sidewalk and Shopfront, New Orleans' 1935
No Known Restrictions: Flood Refugees by Walker Evans, 1937 (LOC) by pingnews
Walker Evans (1903-1975) - Doll in Painted Doorway of Cutlery Shop,
No Known Restrictions: Sharecropper by Walker Evans, ca.
Walker Evans - Under the Bridge without Anthony Kiedus
Laundry Day, Walker Evans
Walker Evans - Negro House in New Orleans
Slave trader's business in Atlanta, Georgia, 1864
Walker EVANS :: From Views of Walker Evans's Office at Time, Inc. with
Walker Evans (1903-1975) 'New York City Street Corner' 1929
Jack Walker's mother, Betsey, testified that she “heard James Foreman threaten to kill Jack when at my house after a council.” “What was the words I used, ...
[Alice Morris, New York City] Walker Evans 1/17/1941 The
Not that Lyon could know it then, but he even offers a glimpse of a surveilled future, as prisoners pass before a bank of closed-circuit monitors.
Walker Evans (1903-1975) 'Fish Market near Birmingham, Alabama' 1936
Walker Evans Shoeshine stand, Southeastern US 1936
Walker Evans Saint Charles Street. Liberty Theatre, New Orleans 1935
Slave houses on "Hermitage" plantation, Savannah, Georgia (Library of Congress, Walker Evans)
Boston Glove Reviews Danny Lyon and Richard Ross
Walker Evans, Bud Fields, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama, ca.
Walker Evans (American, 1903-1975) 'Negro Church, South Carolina'
Walker Evans (1903-1975) 'Truck and Sign' 1928-1930
(If he was not playing one of the major instruments in the session, support playing of any bell-like instruments heard in these masters could conceivably be ...
Installation view of the exhibition 'An Unorthodox Flow of Images' at the Centre for
Walker Evans (1903-1975) 'Coney Island Beach' c. 1929
Walker Evans (1903-1975) 'Floyd and Lucille Burroughs, Hale County,
Walker Evans (1903-1975) 'Subway Portraits' 1938-1941
Walker Evans (1903-1975) 'Stamped Tin Relic' 1929
... buildings that housed enslaved families on the Hermitage Plantation from Chatham County, Georgia, just outside Savannah and in the “kingdom of rice.”
Walker Evans by Edwin Locke, 1937 (Library of Congress, Edwin Locke)
But as with so much of the story of life on a rice plantation, the particular details of this unique region were not commonly known and did not wholly ...
Theodor Horydczak, Custis-Lee Mansion, Arlington, Virginia, ca. 1920s.
Abandoned Ante-Bellum Plantation House, Vicksburg, Mississippi- photograph taken in 1936 by
Objects and media (PART III) - The Cambridge Handbook of the Psychology of Aesthetics and the Arts
I'm a big fan of this mural wall on the Bowery. They change the artwork every few weeks, and this graphic was particularly interesting to watch people walk ...
Jakob Tuggener (1904-1988) 'Heater on electric furnace' 1943 (detail
The Charleston daily news., January 11, 1867, Image 4. About The Charleston daily news. (Charleston, S.C.) 1865-1873
World War II and the Holocaust
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Cabins where slaves were raised for market, Hermitage, Savannah, Ga. (Archives Center, NMAH)
NYFW THE SHOWS Experience currently has a wait list for New York Fashion Week 2018 Experience happening in September 2018. Guests will have access to ...
Company were exempt from immigration restrictions in the 1882 and 1884 Chinese exclusion acts. The man on the right, with his hair knotted in a queue,
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... currently serving life in prison for crimes either committed out of dedication to a cause, or madness or both, had not only been extracted from his ...
Genovese - Slavery in White and Black (2008) | Southern United States | Slavery
Additionally, Andrew had about 25 acres of common land around The Alley area. It is described in a sale by Andrew Wright in 1776 to Thomas Parker.
This action elicited a response from composer, George Camp. He wrote the song “Memorial Window” for the congregation of Trinity Church.
... in Clarendon at Broadleaf Valley, nr Porus Savanna. As drawn on CAD using dimensions on plat, this was about 530A, not 440 as in the original text.
Washington in the age of Jackson was taking familiar shape, with the Capitol (the dome not yet completed) to the right and the White House to the left.
Peter or Gordon, a whipped slave, photo taken at Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 1863; the guilty overseer was fired.
John McDonald of Chickamauga: Double Agent
If you've dealt with insomnia, you probably know that therapy can be more beneficial in the long run than medication. One such option is sleep restriction ...
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Not the Triumph but the Struggle The 1968 Olympics and the Making of the Black Athlete | Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee | Ethnicity, ...
Arthur Rothstein, students in the greenhouse, Tuskegee Institute, Alabama, 1942. Library
Boston Glove Reviews Danny Lyon and Richard Ross
Prisoner in solitary confinement
Old Homestead of the Plant Family. Branford, Connecticut. Birthplace of Henry Bradley Plant