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Paul Vanderbilt Thematic Panel 178-186



Paul Vanderbilt Thematic Panel 178-186
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Title: Paul Vanderbilt Thematic Panel 178-186
Description: The fife and drum are not so innocent; the vulture's eye is on the dance.

Image ID: 102480
Creator
Name:
Vanderbilt, Paul
Collection
Name:
Vanderbilt, Paul : Paul Vanderbilt "Iconography of Wisconsin" Photo Series, Discussions, 1965-1967 and 1982-1984
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
Panel consists of: Image ID: 103408 PH 5000.178-186.0178 Image ID: 103410 PH 5000.178-186.0179 Image ID: 103411 PH 5000.178-186.0180 Image ID: 103412 PH 5000.178-186.0181 Image ID: 103414 PH 5000.178-186.0182 Image ID: 103415 PH 5000.178-186.0183 Image ID: 103417 PH 5000.178-186.0184 Image ID: 103418 PH 5000.178-186.0185 Image ID: 66637 PH 5000.178-186.0186
Subjects: Trees
Cities and towns
Hats
Parades
Monuments
Special days
College buildings
Military uniforms
Ordnance
War
Children
Crowds
Indoor photography
Men
Outdoor photography
Portrait photography
Flags
Dresses
Clothing and dress
Patriotism
Sidewalks
Streets
 

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