Springs and Wells

Between 1897 and 1903, James Reuel Smith traversed Manhattan and the Bronx to documents its disappearing springs and wells. His documentation included taking photographs and ample notes, the latter of which often extended beyond mere descriptions of the sources of water. For example, part of…

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A Way of Looking, a Way of Seeing

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Responsibility and Truth in Photography

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Peter Hebeisen’s 20th Century Battlefields

A Tale of Two Books: Paolo Woods and Arnaud Robert in Haiti

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Daisuke Yokota

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