1. In the Usual Manner


    from The Huntington Added

    "In the Usual Manner" was made in conjunction with The Huntington's Civil War photography exhibition, "A Strange and Fearful Interest: Death, Mourning, and Memory in the American…

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    • Julia Margaret Cameron's working methods


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      Exhibition curator Marta Weiss explains Julia Margraet Cameron's unique working methods, and the personal touches in her photographs that make her work so highly regarded today. Julia Margaret…

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      • A Hole In Tiger Mountain


        from Paris Mountain Pictures Added

        *Official Selection: Sun Valley Film Festival 2013* In the spring of 1899, two cousins have been instructed to take a local bartender into the hills and shoot him. CAST: Paul De Sousa, George…

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        • Cottage Beethoven


          from Alem Alquier Added 126 1 2

          • Students of architecture and audiovisual film an architecture-nineteenth-century bourgeois decor in a natural setting (French Pyrenees). Bagneres de Luchon, in May 1988. A trip in the Pyrenees…

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          • George Graham – Talk on Money (1896)


            from Jeff Wade Added

            A typographic interpretation of a late nineteenth-century comedy recording. Made in After Effects (Work in Progress).

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            • Visuals for Emmadilemma's Victorian Grime


              from Kate Molins Added 76 1 1

              This is about 4 yrs late, she's onto much bigger & better things now, and I don't think she goes by the name of Emmadilemma anymore either... but I like it. Better late than never?

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              • Martha Jefferson Randolph, Daughter of Monticello


                from Virginia Historical Society Added 32 1 0

                On January 17, 2013, Cynthia A. Kierner delivered a Banner Lecture entitled “Martha Jefferson Randolph, Daughter of Monticello.” As the oldest and favorite daughter of Thomas Jefferson,…

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                • Three Nineteenth-Century Guidebooks at the New York Public Library


                  from Rebecca Mir Added 163 1 0

                  Developed for "Visualizing Nineteenth-Century New York," a digital exhibit with the Bard Graduate Center and the New York Public Library. http://resources-bgc.bard.edu/19thcNYC/ Made in…

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                  • Jung Chang @ 5x15


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                    Jung Chang was born in Sichuan Province, China, in 1952. During the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976) she worked as a peasant, a ‘barefoot’ doctor, a steelworker, and an electrician before…

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                    • Jesse O'Neill, Merewether Scholar 2010


                      from State Library of New South Wales Added 356 1 0

                      Mr Jesse O'Neill, Merewether Scholar 2010, for his project Print culture in New South Wales: 1795-1835, an early history. This project will explore the development of a print culture and printing…

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