Anonymous - Girl Seated
Anonymous - Mason or Architect in Top Hat
Weegee - Louis Armstrong
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Participate in an Upcoming Online Survey about the AIPAD New York Photography Show

If you attended this year's AIPAD New York Photography Show and would like to be a part of an important survey relating to the show, please email us so that…

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Featured Exhibit

Eastern Ethnographic Wonders

A superb selection of 19th century images - from China, Japan, India, Pakistan, Korea, Indonesia, Borneo, Tibet and Australia. Many photographs of native people in traditional dress and undisturbed landscapes.

Notable…

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Collecting Resources

Selection of Good Restaurants in London

Remember to add 011-44 when calling from the U.S. to the phone numbers below.  Prices in London tend to be very high.  Think New York City

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