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Articles with keyword "Photography"

Snowshoers on Cherry Mountain, NH February 1917.

50 States of Preservation: The Appalachian Mountain Club, Boston, Massachusetts

By Ralph Canevali

The Appalachian Mountain Club is the nation’s oldest nonprofit conservation and recreation organization, established in 1876 to promote exploration and conservation of nearby wilderness areas and, in particular, the pristine White Mountains of New Hampshire.

The SS Fort Mercer minutes before the keel turned upward and sank

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Hollywood Chose to Tell Half the Story of the Daring 1952 Coast Guard Rescue at Sea, While a 2009 Book Recounts the Tale in Full.

Amid waves that topped 70 feet, two 500-foot tankers split apart just off Cape Cod.

Adak Island

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Adak Island, Far Out in the Bering Sea, May Be Where the Wind Begins

A photographer documents the nearly abandoned island of Adak, Alaska.

Puppet face of The Little Match Girl

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The Pulitzer Prize Turns 100

From puppet performances to photography exhibitions, 46 humanities councils celebrate 100 years of the Pulitzer Prize.

Virginia Woolf

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Virginia Woolf Was More Than Just a Women’s Writer

A Room of One’s Own is a formative feminist document, but critic Robert Kanigel argues that men are cheating themselves if they don’t embrace the book, too.

Portrait of king seated

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Life-Sized Portraits of the Kings and Queens of Nigeria

A hoto exhibit at the Newark Museum.

Charles and Anne Lindbergh in plane

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The Lindberghs Photographed Ruins from the Air

Charles and Anne find peace from the paparazzi in the Southwest.

Tom Wolff photo of William Adams

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The Education of William Adams

The new chairman of NEH almost failed out of college. He joined the Army, was sent to Vietnam, and came back a different person.

soldier with flag

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A Lot of People in Riverside, California, Came There Because of the Air Force Base.

California shows another side of military life

A young Eudora Welty standing against a wall.

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The Quiet Greatness of Eudora Welty

Even toward the end of her life, the writer revealed a youthful zest for life and art.