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A Room of One’s Own

The site cries out for a wide angle, but mine is in the shop. So the 50mm and I, with Steve Buscemi on audioguide, explored Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia, PA on a recent rainy day.   Go See Details Eastern State Penitentiary closed to inmates in the 1970s, but it’s open for the tourist business […]

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Perfectly sized in a single room at Cornell’s Johnson Museum of Art is a rather eclectic exhibit, loosely tying together radically different photographers and their works by the examination of visual memory and the role of the photograph(er) in its creation. One section – Memory and War – is particularly horrifying; it makes you wonder […]

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A Pox on You Both You, Paper Clip, and You, Rubberband

  From time to time archivists & photographers will make guest appearances here on The Archiphotovist. I asked Mary Crauderueff of Organize. Preserve. Simplify to highlight a collection she recently processed. Thanks, Mary,  for sharing your words & photos! For about four weeks this spring I processed the Friends Historical Association papers, which are housed at […]

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