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Metsovo, James Burke

Metsovo, James Burke

James II (1633–1701)  by Peter Lely. Jamestown, RI, Albany, NH, Albany, NY, and New York City are named after him.

James II (1633–1701) by Peter Lely. Jamestown, RI, Albany, NH, Albany, NY, and New York City are named after him.

Photograph by James Burke. Metsovon, Greece, November 1959.

Photograph by James Burke. Metsovon, Greece, November 1959.

Traditional costume of Kastelorizo, the smallest island of the (Greek) Dodecanese islands (a few km south of Kaş).  Clothing style: 1900-1950.

Traditional costume of Kastelorizo, the smallest island of the (Greek) Dodecanese islands (a few km south of Kaş). Clothing style: 1900-1950.

Greece, girls filling pitcher at fountain in Métsovon :: AGSL Digital Photo Archive - Europe

Greece, girls filling pitcher at fountain in Métsovon :: AGSL Digital Photo Archive - Europe

Caption:
1976, Eugenia Martinez de Irujo, daughter of the 18th Duchess of Alba, standing before Goya's portrait of the 13th Duchess of Alba, Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Slim Aarons/Getty Images) 

Artist:
Slim Aarons
Date:
1976

Caption: 1976, Eugenia Martinez de Irujo, daughter of the 18th Duchess of Alba, standing before Goya's portrait of the 13th Duchess of Alba, Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Slim Aarons/Getty Images) Artist: Slim Aarons Date: 1976

Λεύκωμα: ΜΕΤΣΟΒΟ ΚΩΣΤΑΣ ΜΠΑΛΑΦΑΣ

Λεύκωμα: ΜΕΤΣΟΒΟ ΚΩΣΤΑΣ ΜΠΑΛΑΦΑΣ

Edward Steichen  Jean Simpson Wearing A Big Hat    1907, autochrome, 7”x 5”.      Read more about Edward Steichen Photography by www.leegallery.com

Edward Steichen Jean Simpson Wearing A Big Hat 1907, autochrome, 7”x 5”. Read more about Edward Steichen Photography by www.leegallery.com

The Claddagh, Ireland (1913)  Marguerite Mespoulet, a beneficiary of one of Kahn's travel grants, was the Archives' only female photographer. Her photographs of impoverished Irish fishermen, workers and peasants--particularly women--captured both the extreme poverty and the admirable resilience of an increasingly precarious culture, threatened by emigration and illness.

The Claddagh, Ireland (1913) Marguerite Mespoulet, a beneficiary of one of Kahn's travel grants, was the Archives' only female photographer. Her photographs of impoverished Irish fishermen, workers and peasants--particularly women--captured both the extreme poverty and the admirable resilience of an increasingly precarious culture, threatened by emigration and illness.

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