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Paul Vanderbilt Thematic Panel 242-251



Paul Vanderbilt Thematic Panel 242-251
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Title: Paul Vanderbilt Thematic Panel 242-251
Description: The world is flat; we get around this stretched credulity by going straight as an arrow and meeting ourselves in a space of time.

Image ID: 102490
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: 26634 PH 5000.242-251.0242 Image ID: 103841 PH 5000.242-251.0243 Image ID: 103842 PH 5000.242-251.0244 Image ID: 103843 PH 5000.242-251.0245 Image ID: 66639 PH 5000.242-251.0246 Image ID: 8637 PH 5000.242-251.0247 Image ID: 103845 PH 5000.242-251.0248 Image ID: 103846 PH 5000.242-251.0249 Image ID: 103847 PH 5000.242-251.0250 Image ID: 103848 PH 5000.242-251.0251
Subjects: Dwellings
Cities and towns
Horses
Storefronts
Airplanes
Boats and boating
Horse-drawn vehicles
Ships
Transportation
Tractors
Children
Men
Outdoor photography
Clothing and dress
Water
Shorelines
Suits (Clothing)
Industrial buildings
Aerial photographs
Hills
 

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