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Paul Vanderbilt Thematic Panel 359-369



Paul Vanderbilt Thematic Panel 359-369
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Title: Paul Vanderbilt Thematic Panel 359-369
Description: Everybody was wonderful. Stars kept rising, pink and gold, trailing threads of breathless music barely out of reach...

Image ID: 102554
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: 104938 PH 5000.359-369.0359 Image ID: 104939 PH 5000.359-369.0360 Image ID: 104974 PH 5000.359-369.0361 Image ID: 104941 PH 5000.359-369.0362 Image ID: 104942 PH 5000.359-369.0363 Image ID: 104943 PH 5000.359-369.0364 Image ID: 104944 PH 5000.359-369.0365 Image ID: 104945 PH 5000.359-369.0366 Image ID: 104946 PH 5000.359-369.0367 Image ID: 104947 PH 5000.359-369.0368 Image ID: 104948 PH 5000.359-369.0369
Subjects: Trees
Trophies
Wheelchairs
Hats
Pageants
Formal groups
Aged
Children
Indoor photography
Men
Outdoor photography
Portrait photography
Portraits, Group
Women
Dresses
Costume
Blue collar workers
Beauty contests
Clothing and dress
Seating (Furniture)
Factories
Buildings
 

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