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Unidentified photographer, [Burial site of Lieutenant Colonel Henry Clay, Jr.], [Mexican-American War], 1847, Daguerreotype, 1/6 plate, applied color, Amon Carter Museum, Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas, P1981.65/41, LL/38723
Landscape photography and historical issues
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The hidden histories of landscape
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354.12   Eva Leitolf: German Images - Looking for Evidence 2006-2008
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