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Photo of the Week: Reality from “Channeled” Negatives

For his senior art portfolio, artist Pascal Raymond recycles deteriorated negatives of car wrecks to create a diptych evoking a spiritual and economic reality. The artist is using 4 x 5 inch negatives of 1960s automobile accidents originally photographed by … Continue reading

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The Curious, the Arcane: Discoveries in Special Collections

Every year the Library’s Special Collections and Archives Department adds new and exciting images to the digital archives available to researchers. As photograph collections are processed, unusual and unexpected items invariably are discovered. While going through the boxes that had … Continue reading

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