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TWO-FACED WOMAN, 1941.
Poster for the film 'Two-Faced Woman,' starring Greta Garbo and Melvyn Douglas, directed by George Cukor, 1941.
WORLD WAR I: MASKS, 1918.
Masks showing the work done by Anna Coleman Ladd of the American Red Cross. The top row are casts taken from soldiers' mutilated faces, the bottom row shows masks of their faces before their injuries, made from pre-war photographs. On the table are masks made to fit over the disfigured part of the face. Photograph, 1918.
SKIN CONDITION, 2001.
Close-up of the face of a man suffering from skin discoloration, following treatment with Protopic ointment. Photographed in 2001.
MEXICO: TEOTIHUACAN VASE.
Ceramic vase with a face. From Teotihuacan, Mexico, 2nd century B.C. - 8th century A.D.
USA Yellowstone National Park, Golden Gate, street alongside a rock face - Published by: 'Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung' 39/1903 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
Berlin, circus, woman brushing a hippo's teeth, published in BIZ 17/1921, photo taken by Conrad Huenich - 1921 -.
MEXICO: NAYARIT WOMAN.
Detail of a ceramic sculpture of a woman with earrings and nose rings. By the Pre-Columbian culture at Nayarit, Mexico, 8th-10th century A.D.
OAXACA: LIFE AND DEATH.
A mask representing the duality between life and death. From Soyaltepec, Oaxaca, Mexico, 600-900 A.D.
EARLY CHRISTIAN MOSAIC.
Mosaic of the head of October. Detail from the panel depicting the Labors of the Months, in the Monastery of Lady Mary, Beth-Shean, Israel, c567 A.D.
SKIN CONDITION, 2000.
Close-up of the face of a man suffering from skin discoloration. Photographed in 2000.
GISCARD D' ESTAING.
Wedding of Henri Giscard d' Estaing and Wilhelmine Sickinghe june 30, 1984 under the eye of Valery Giscard d' Estaing. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
MARIE FRANCE PISIER.
Marie France Pisier at gala for film Marked Eyes in Paris september 05, 1964. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
SKIN INFECTION, 1917.
A Middle Eastern man affected with the parasitic disease, Cutaneous Leishmaniasis, 1917, known locally as 'Jericho Buttons.'
MEXICO: HEAD SCULPTURE.
Pre-Columbian Remojadas clay figure of a head, from Veracruz, Mexico, c300-900 A.D.
MEXICO: MAYAN SCULPTURE.
Stucco sculpture of a human head from the Temple of the Sun in Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico. Mayan, c750 A.D.
ANIMATED CARTOON, 1906.
Title still and drawings from the film 'Humorous Phases of Funny Faces,' by J. Stuart Blackton, considered the first animated film, 1906.
JAMES HADLEY CHASE
(1906-1985). Writer, Montreux, Switzerland, 1966. Photographed by Horst Tappe.
TWO-FACED WOMAN, 1941.
Poster for the film 'Two-Faced Woman,' starring Greta Garo and Melvyn Douglas, directed by George Cukor, 1941.
MEXICO: OLMEC SCULPTURE.
Stone sculpture of a baby face, Olmec, 1500-400 B.C.
MEXICO: TEOTIHUACAN FACE.
Painted ceramic face from an incense burner, from the Teotihuacan culture in Mexico, 450-750 A.D.
CELTIC CAULDRON: DETAIL.
Detail from the Gundestrup cauldron, a vessel of Celtic workmanship found at Gundestrup, Denmark. Silver, 1st century B.C.
CHINA: STAFF FINIAL.
Bronze staff finial in the form of two animal faces. Shang Dynasty, 14th-11th century B.C.
PAIUTE MAN, c1924.
An elderly Paiute man from Pyramid Lake, Nevada. Photograph by Edward Curtis, c1924.
WWII: FIGHTER PLANE, 1943.
The tail of a United States Marine Corps fighter plane is hoisted up as mechanics line up the sights of the guns. Photographed in the Solomon Islands during World War II, 1943.
WWII: POSTER, 1944.
'Don't be a sucker! Keep your mouth shut.' Lithograph, 1944.
Mask representing Okame, strong female figure and symbol of joy and sexual pleasure, 18th-19th century, lacquered wood, height 16 cm. Japanese civilization, Edo period (1603-1868). Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
René Magritte (1898-1967), The Difficult Crossing, 1963, oil on canvas. Full Credit: Copyright DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
TAROT CARD: THE MOON.
'The Moon (Disappointment).' Woodcut, French, 16th century.
VIETNAM WAR: VICTIM, 1969.
Do Chuc shows his gnarled hands while describing the massacre performed by American soldiers in his village, Truong Khan (or An), in April 1969. Photograph, November 1969.
COMPUTER IMAGERY, 1968.
Computer image using light and dark letters spelling out 'One picture is worth a thousand words,' which were assigned number values assimilated by the computer, to form the image of an eye. Created by Bell Laboratories, 1968.
LION TAMER, 1930s.
American animal tamer Clyde Beatty performing in the 1930s.
RANO RARAKU CRATER, EASTER ISLAND, POLYNESIA, PACIFIC ISLANDS.
Man and his horse in a field among statues of the Rano Raraku Crater. Routledge Expedition Member.
An Egyptian woman, with an elaborately sewn veil, shows only her eyes. Maynard Owen Williams.
FOSSIL: MEGALODON JAWS.
A scientist serves as a scale inside a reconstruction of the jaws of a Carcharodon megalodon shark fom the Cenozoic Era. Photograph, early 20th century.
ESTEE LAUDER (1907-2004).
American businesswoman. Photograph by Bill Sauro, 1966.
WORLD WAR II: FACTORY, 1942.
Women workers preparing transparent plastic noses for bomber aircraft on an assembly line at Douglas Aircraft's Long Beach, California, plant during World War II. Photographed in 1942.
Personification of Orion. Woodcut from Gaius Julius Hyginus, 'Poeticon Astronomicon,' Venice, Italy, 1482.
SILVER TROPHY, 1906.
Silver trophy cup engraved: 'The Automobile Club of America, May 1906, Two Gallon Efficiency, First Prize, Won By 12 H.P. Franklin, 87 Miles.' Photograph, 1906.
AIRLINE INDUSTRY TROPHY.
Trophy awarded to Mr. Alfred W. Lawson (of Lawson Aerocraft Co., 1819 Broadway, New York City) in recognition of his inventions and developments in the airline industry. Photograph, 1927.
GHANA: FUNERARY HEAD.
Terracotta funerary head made by the Akan people from Ghana, c17th century.
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