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Paul Vanderbilt Thematic Panel 267-280

Paul Vanderbilt Thematic Panel 267-280
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Title: Paul Vanderbilt Thematic Panel 267-280
Description: Everybody who lived should get a gold watch for endurance and a chain for hanging.

Image ID: 102493
Vanderbilt, Paul
Vanderbilt, Paul : Paul Vanderbilt "Iconography of Wisconsin" Photo Series, Discussions, 1965-1967 and 1982-1984
Genre: Photograph
Panel consists of: Image ID: 103867 PH 5000.267-280.0267 Image ID: 103868 PH 5000.267-280.0268 Image ID: 103869 PH 5000.267-280.0269 Image ID: 103870 PH 5000.267-280.0270 Image ID: 103871 PH 5000.267-280.0271 Image ID: 103872 PH 5000.267-280.0272 Image ID: 103873 PH 5000.267-280.0273 Image ID: 45845 PH 5000.267-280.0274 Image ID: 103874 PH 5000.267-280.0275 Image ID: 103875 PH 5000.267-280.0276 Image ID: 103876 PH 5000.267-280.0277 Image ID: 103877 PH 5000.267-280.0278 Image ID: 103878 PH 5000.267-280.0279 Image ID: 103879 PH 5000.267-280.0280
Subjects: Trees
Cities and towns
Commercial buildings
Bars (Drinking establishments)
Outdoor photography
Clothing and dress

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