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TitleMakerDateAccession #Sorted AscendingMedium
untitledDavid Levinthalca. 197595.61.1Gelatin silver print
Upper - Szeroka Street (The Old Jewish "Broadway"), Kazimierz District (Cracow, Poland); Lower - Pond, Auschwitz II - Birkenau (vic. Oswiecim, Poland), 1994/1995Cy Lehrer199495.52.9Gelatin silver print
Upper - Entrance to Auschwitz II - Birkenau (vic. Oswiecim, Poland); Lower - "Gate of Death" Leading to Execution Wall, Theresienstadt Old Fortress (vic. Terezin, Czech Republic), 1994/1995Cy Lehrer199495.51.1Gelatin silver print
Left - Surgery Room Basin, Theresienstadt Old Fortress (vic. Terezin, Czech Republic); Right - Show Lavatory (Built by Nazis for Red Cross Inspection Visit), Theresienstadt Old Fortress (vic. Terezin, Czech Republic), 1994/1995Cy Lehrer199495.52.13Gelatin silver print
Upper - Old Synagogue, Kazimierz District (Site of Nazi Roundups of Jews for "Resettlement") (Cracow, Poland); Lower - Photograph, Auschwitz I Museum (vic. Oswiecim, Poland), 1994/1995Cy Lehrer199495.52.4Gelatin silver print
Cell Block B, Theresienstadt Old Fortress (vic. Terezin, Czech Republic), 1994/1995Cy Lehrer199495.52.11Gelatin silver print
Selection Platform, Men's Barracks Ruins and Quarantine Barracks, Auschwitz II - Birkenau (vic. Oswiecim, Poland), 1994/1995Cy Lehrer199495.52.8Gelatin silver print
Upper - Solitary Confinement Cell, Theresienstadt Old Fortress (vic. Terezin, Czech Republic); Lower - Swimming Pool (Built by Prisoners for Nazi Guards and Their Families), Theresienstadt Old Fortress (vic. Terezin, Czech Republic), 1994/1995Cy Lehrer199495.52.10Gelatin silver print
Left - Showers and Washbasin, Theresinstadt Old Fortress (vic. Terezin, Czech Republic); Right - Stanchions, Wire and Lights, Auschwitz II - Birkenau (vic Oswiecim, Poland), 1994/1995Cy Lehrer199495.52.12Gelatin silver print
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. addresses the crowd outside the United Nations, April 15, 1967. Flags from Dag Hammarskjold Plaza fly in the rear. Here he made his speech declaring the war in Vietnam a racist war before an estimated 500,000 people.Benedict J. Fernandez1967-04-1593.50.1Gelatin silver print