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Paul Vanderbilt Thematic Panel 192-200



Paul Vanderbilt Thematic Panel 192-200
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Title: Paul Vanderbilt Thematic Panel 192-200
Description: Children taught that the air is clear if they stand like smiths, look straight ahead. The only thing they have to fear is what they should have done instead.

Image ID: 102483
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: 103608 PH 5000.192-200.0192 Image ID: 103609 PH 5000.192-200.0193 Image ID: 103610 PH 5000.192-200.0194 Image ID: 103611 PH 5000.192-200.0195 Image ID: 103613 PH 5000.192-200.0196 Image ID: 94284 PH 5000.192-200.0197 Image ID: 103614 PH 5000.192-200.0198 Image ID: 103615 PH 5000.192-200.0199 Image ID: 103616 PH 5000.192-200.0200
Subjects: Cities and towns
Offices
Hats
Outdoor recreation
Rivers
Children
Indoor photography
Men
Outdoor photography
Portrait photography
Portraits, Group
Dresses
Beards
Clothing and dress
Suits (Clothing)
 

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