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Photography

National Museum of American History

Deceptions in Photography

National Museum of American History

Veteran Photography

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Tasteful Photography

Smithsonian Magazine

Photography Initiatives

Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage
Catalog No. - CFV10137; Copyright - 2008 Smithsonian Institution

On Photography

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Book jacket design for "On Photography" written by Susan Sontag. On gray-brown ground, a photoillustration of a nineteenth-century daguerreotype featuring a male and female figure holding a family portrait. Book author and title printed in red and brown below. Back cover, at left: text description of the book and an excerpt from another text. Image credits and publisher name at lower left. Spine: author's name and title printed vertically, publisher's name and colophon (logo) at bottom.

On Photography

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Book jacket design for "On Photography," part of Susan Sontag series. On gray ground, a black and white photoillustration of a 19th century daguerreotype portrait showing the figures of a man and woman holding a framed family photograph. Surrounding the photoillustration, a winding rectangular line in blue. Author's name in black text above, title in white text within red rectangle below. At spine, author's name in black text, title in white text within red rectangle, publisher's name and colophon (logo) in black at bottom. At back cover, printed text description and excerpts from reviews. Credits at lower left, bar code at lower right.

Portrait photography

Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives
Angolan refugees at Kabentle camp. The date on the slide is 1967.

Futurist Photography

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Exhibition announcement for Ex Libris, square format. Black and orange geometric designs on front and back covers. On front cover, at right, two black and white photoillustrations depicting the face of a male figure, split vertically in half so that at left his expression is serious and at right he is laughing. Printed text in black and orange throughout. On inside cover, images of photographs from the exhibition.

American Pictorial Photography: Series 2

National Museum of American History

American Pictorial Photography: Series 1

National Museum of American History
"American Pictorial Photography: Series 1" / The Camera Club, New York / Published for "Camera Notes" by the publication committee of the Camera Club, Three - seven west twenty-ninth street, New York / No. 93 in set of 150 copies / set of 18 pictorial prints by various photographers; green fabric cover with gold medallion on center of cover with "The Camera Club New York" reverse printed in medallion, pages inside are loose, at one point tied closed with green ribbon - ribbon no longer attached

Illustration, Stellar Photography

Smithsonian Institution Archives
Publication illustration, "Nouvel apparel de Mm. Henry, pour la photographie stellaire (dessin lu journal La Nature)."

Navy Photography at War

National Museum of American History

Folk Photography Remembered

National Museum of African American History and Culture
A black-and-white photograph of four photographers shooting a blond model on sands dunes in California.

Aerial photography of Mesopotamia

Archives of American Art
Book : 1 v. : ill. ; 34 x 22 cm.

Only cover has been scanned.

15c Photography single

National Postal Museum
mint

The American journal of photography

Smithsonian Libraries
Title from caption.

Also available online.

Elecresource

SLRA copy v.6:no.9,v.6:no.21 gift of Dr. James M Kelly.

Smithsonian Photography Initiative

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Photography Changes Everything

Smithsonian American Art Museum
Photography Changes Everything, a new book from the Smithsonian and the Aperture Foundation, uses the visual assets of the museum to explore how photographs impact our culture and our lives. Join Marvin Heiferman, editor, David Griffin, Visuals Editor of the Washington Post, Bruce Hoffman, director of security studies at Georgetown University; Philip Kennicott, art and architecture critic of the Washington Post; and other guests, for a discussion moderated by Merry Foresta, founding director of the SI Photography Initiative.

Computer, Photography, Felsenthal

National Air and Space Museum
Light brown or tan, white, and clear plastic with red and black markings.

Present Tense/Photography

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Poster/ announcement printed in black for exhibition at Detroit Focus Gallery, designed to be mailed. Text in a variety of sizes, styles throughout.

Recto: Across upper half of sheet, text giving exhibition date, title, participating artists, juror. Across lower left edge, sideways, text giving location and contact information, leaf pattern. Lower right quadrant, text giving reception and additional information. Upper right corner and lower half of sheet, center, images of leaves.

Verso: Across upper two thirds of sheet, grouping of abstract figures with cameras, equipment. Across lower third of sheet, text, in two blocks, giving sponsor and mailing information. Lower left quadrant, figures with umbrellas.

Plotter, Aerial Photography

National Air and Space Museum
White and yellow plastic with black markings.

Large Xenon FLash Lamp for Aerial Photography

National Museum of American History

Photography Exhibit, A&I Building

Smithsonian Archives - History Div
Exhibit case in the Arts and Industries Building with a photography exhibit containing portraits and landscapes, different types of photographs, and photographic equipment.
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