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Mike Disfarmer (1884-1959) | Photographic Portraiture | The local photographer in Heber Springs, Kansas. His pictures are a record of small town Americans during the 1930s and 1940s (1939-1946)

Photographic Portraiture by Mike Disfarmer née Mike Meyers a local photographer in Heber Springs, Arkansas. His 'penny portraits' are a record of small town Americans.

Slide Show: Bruce Davidson's Civil-Rights Photographs http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/photobooth/2013/07/slide-show-bruce-davidson-civil-rights-photos.html#slide_ss_0=4

Bruce Davidson: Time of Change

South Carolina, From Bruce Davidson's "Time of Change: Civil Rights Photographs,

Corner of Spring and Chambers Streets in Boston’s West End, 1910. Courtesy of the Trustees of Boston Public Library.

Corner of Spring and Chambers Streets in Boston’s West End, Courtesy of the Trustees of Boston Public Library.

Bruce Davidson: Time of Change      Birmingham, Alabama 1962

Bruce Davidson: Time of Change

In Covering Civil Rights, Reporter Enhanced His Words With Film - The New York Times. Less than three months after this photo was taken in March of 1963, Medgar Evers was assassinated. It is believed to be the only New York Times staff photo of him. Credit Claude Sitton/The New York Times

In Covering Civil Rights, Reporter Enhanced His Words With Film

Medgar Evers - Civil Rights Leader "In Covering Civil Rights, Reporter Enhanced His Words With Film" - The New York Times

charlespencerchaplin: “ Charlie Chaplin (centre) aged 22 in San Francisco before he began his film career, c. 1911. ”

charlespencerchaplin: “ Charlie Chaplin (centre) aged 22 in San Francisco before he began his film career, c.

England, 1960, Bruce Davidson

Bruce Davidson, Child riding in toy car, England & Scotland portfolio, UK, © Bruce Davidson/Magnum Photos.

Iconic images of South Wales Valleys life by US photographer Bruce Davidson

Bruce Davidson's iconic images of Valleys life fetch £5,400

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