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Photo: Lantern slide of Chinatown,child,c1896,by Arnold Genthe
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Arnold Genthe (1869-1942) was an internationally recognized photographer working in the soft-focus pictorialist style. The Library of Congress acquired approximately 20,000 items from his unclaimed studio after his death. The "electronic collection" contains approximately 16,000 of Genthe's black and white negatives, transparencies, lantern slides, and color autochromes. Its production was part of an initiative by Congress that enables the Library to preserve its fragile negative collections
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San Francisco earthquake and fire of Arnold Genthe,

Arnold Genthe (1869-1942) was an internationally recognized photographer working in the soft-focus pictorialist style. The Library of Congress acquired approximately 20,000 items from his unclaimed studio after his death. The "electronic collection" contains approximately 16,000 of Genthe's black and white negatives, transparencies, lantern slides, and color autochromes. Its production was part of an initiative by Congress that enables the Library to preserve its fragile negative collections

Arnold Genthe (1869-1942) was an internationally recognized photographer working in the soft-focus pictorialist style. The Library of Congress acquired approximately 20,000 items from his unclaimed studio after his death.  The "electronic collection" contains approximately 16,000 of Genthe's black and white negatives, transparencies, lantern slides, and color autochromes. Its production was part of an initiative by Congress that enables the Library to preserve its fragile negative…
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Arnold Genthe is best known for his photographs of the devastation wrought by the great San Francisco earthquake, but he also captured some amazing images of Chinatown. This one is my favorite.
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Arnold Genthe is best known for his photographs of the devastation wrought by the great San Francisco earthquake, but he also captured some amazing images of Chinatown. This one is my favorite.

Arnold Genthe is best known for his photographs of the devastation wrought by the great San Francisco earthquake, but he also captured some amazing images of Chinatown. This one is my favorite.
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San Francisco Chinatown circa 1900 Shoppers look over the produce on offer at a neighborhood grocery. Note the lacquered lanterns -- a fixture of old Chinatown. Photo by Arnold Genthe.
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lacquerd lanterns hanging over a store front in San Fransisco's China Town.

San Francisco Chinatown circa 1900 Shoppers look over the produce on offer at a neighborhood grocery. Note the lacquered lanterns -- a fixture of old Chinatown. Photo by Arnold Genthe.

San Francisco Chinatown circa 1900    Shoppers look over the produce on offer at a neighborhood grocery. Note the lacquered lanterns -- a fixture of old Chinatown. Photo by Arnold Genthe.
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1908, Ainu man holding a staff standing in front of a hut, Arnold Genthe Photographer, 1 slide : lantern ; 4 x 5 in. or smaller. Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division Washington, DC 20540
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or smaller.

1908, Ainu man holding a staff standing in front of a hut, Arnold Genthe Photographer, 1 slide : lantern ; 4 x 5 in. or smaller. Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division Washington, DC 20540

1908, Ainu man holding a staff standing in front of a hut, Arnold Genthe Photographer, 1 slide : lantern ; 4 x 5 in. or smaller. Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division Washington, DC 20540

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Arnold Genthe: "Children of high class, Chinatown, San Francisco."  Photographic negative made between 1896 and 1906.

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Isadora Duncan dancer,dancing,lantern slides,performances,Arnold Genthe,1914

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People watch San Francisco burn after the great earthquake of 1906 - via reddit [[MORE]] Photo by Arnold Genthe.   Genthe, who like many other photographers lost his studio and archives during the quake, seems to have focused on the more than 200,000 people it displaced. Many of his untitled prints and glass lantern slides show them waiting — huddled in white-tented refugee camps, waiting in lines outside the few remaining stores, gazing at ruined buildings.

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Florence Andrews,Denishawn dancer,lantern slides,performances,Arnold Genthe,1918

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Arnold Genthe’s ‘Visions of Beauty’

Arnold Genthe’s ‘Visions of Beauty’ - Arnold Genthe as “An Unsuspecting Victim,” in a self-portrait made in San Francisco’s Chinatown. (California Historical Society, Chinese in California Collection) The Washington Post

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