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"Alice from Dallas," San FranciscoJohn Gutmann19402000.112.25Gelatin silver print
"The High Hatters" with Count BasieJohn Gutmann19392000.135.68Gelatin silver print
"Waiting for Lefty"Aaron Siskind193580.165.41Gelatin silver print
["The King and I" - Yul Brynner pointing commandingly], 1946-49W. Eugene Smithca. 194782.105.52Gelatin silver print
A Girl and Her Horse, 1941Harold Edgerton194178.189.2Gelatin silver print
Act 1. p.165 - Vivie: "Of my mother's life? I know nothing", 1902Frederick H. Evans190278.144.6Collodion chloride print (glossy)
Act 1. p.173 - Frank's description of Crofts - "Sort of chap that would take a prize at a dog-show, ain't he?", 1902Frederick H. Evans190278.144.7Collodion chloride print (glossy)
Act 2. p.178 - Mrs Warren to Frank: "Now look here, little boy (taking his face in her hands and turning it up) Don't you go taking any ideas into your head about me.", 1902Frederick H. Evans190278.144.13Collodion chloride print (glossy)
Act 2. p.181 - Crofts to Mrs Warren: "Mayn't a man take an interest in a girl?" "Not a man like you", 1902Frederick H. Evans190278.144.8Collodion chloride print (glossy)
Act 2. p.190 - Mrs Warren: - "Do you know who you're speaking to?" Vivie: - "No. Who are you? What are you?" Mrs Warren (rising breathless): "You young imp!", 1902Frederick H. Evans190278.144.9Collodion chloride print (glossy)