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EGON SCHIELE (1890-1918).
Austrian painter. 'Self-portrait with Spread Fingers.' Oil on wood, 1911.
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0432365
AD: POLAROID, 1967.
American advertisement for Polaroid cameras. Photograph, 1967.
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0170505
ROBERT L. RIPLEY (1890-1949).
American cartoonist, showman, and entrepreneur. Photographed in 1936 with a lifelike wooden statue carved in the likeness of its sculptor, the Japanese artist Hananuma Masakichi, who adorned it with his own hair and nails when he believed he was dying of tuberculosis, completed in 1885.
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0115525
CHINA AND TAIWAN, 1958.
'You keep out! This is an argument between us Chinese...' English cartoon, 1958, on American and Soviet involvement in disputes between Taiwan and the People's Republic of China. Left to right: Chiang Kai-shek, U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower, Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, and Chinese Communist leader Mao Tse-tung.
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0103982
WOMAN'S HANDS, 1932.
Photographed by Karl Schenker, 1932.
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0120619
CIGARETTE WARNING, 2009.
Warning in Arabic script on a Marlboro cigarette box. Photographed in 2009. Full credit: ullstein bild - Teutopress / Granger, NYC -- All rights reservedSE ONLY.
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0077027
POINTING HAND.
Printer's typemetal cut, French, late 19th century.
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0098468
SYMBOL: CORRECT.
'OK' hand sign.
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0077025
POINTING HAND.
Copper engraving, French, 18th century.
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0098690
SYMBOLS: GOOD LUCK.
Various symbols of good luck.
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0138824
COLUCHE.
Coluche on stage at the Olympia in Paris on february 19, 1975. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.†
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0245708
BILLY GRAHAM (1918- ).
William Franklin Graham. American evangelist. Photographed during a press conference at the Palais d'Orsay in Paris, 9 May 1963. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0023655
MANET: QUILL, 1868.
Quill and inkwell detail from a painting ('Portrait of …mile Zola'), 1868, by Edouard Manet. Oil on canvas.
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0020410
RICHARD III (1452-1485).
King of England, 1483-1485. Oil on panel by an unknown artist.
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0266941
POINTING HANDS.
Typefounder's cuts made by the United States Type Foundry, James Conner's Sons, New York, mid or late 19th century.
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0169911
ROLLIE FINGERS (1946- ).
Roland Glen Fingers, known as Rollie. American baseball pitcher. Photographed as a member of the Oakland Athletics, c1973.
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0128990
MEXICO: PALMA.
Pre-Columbian stone palma with human hands carved in relief, from Tlacolulan, Veracruz, Mexico, c300-900 A.D.
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0005793
FINGER CYMBALS, 1723.
A Coptic priest with finger cymbals used to accompany the chanting of prayers. Copper engraving, 1723, by Arnold van Westerhout.
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0118141
SINATRA: ALBUM COVER, 1959.
Cover of the album 'Come Dance With Me,' by American singer and actor Frank Sinatra, 1959.
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0131797
HINE: CHILD LABOR, 1912.
A young cotton mill worker injured by a piece of machinery that fell on his foot causing him to land on the spinning machine which crushed and tore out his two middle fingers. There was no protective gear used at the cotton mill in Bessemer City, North Carolina. Photograph by Lewis Hine, October 1912.
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0015422
TZ'U HSI (1835-1908).
Dowager Empress of China.
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0126628
RICHARD III (1452-1485).
King of England, 1483-1485.
Oil painting by an unknown artist.
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0259032
MESA VERDE: KIVA, c1965.
A loop formed by an oak twig extending from a plastered wall of a kiva, or ceremonial room, at Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado. The ring may have been used for holding ritual objects. Photograph by Fred Mang, Jr., c1965.
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0183624
TELEPHONE TRANSISTOR.
A 29 Type milliwatt diffused silicon transistor developed by Bell Laboratories. Photograph, mid 20th century.
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0308208
FINE ART.
Self-portrait with a black vase, 1911, by Egon Schiele (1890-1918), oil on canvas, 27.5x34 cm. Full Credit: DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0419113
ARCHAEOLOGY.
Finger and toe ornaments of Psusennes I, from Tanis. Goldsmith art, Egyptian civilisation, Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty XXI. Full credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0114681
MALCOLM X (1925-1965).
Born Malcolm Little. American religious and political leader. Photographed while giving a speech at a rally in Harlem, New York City, c1963.
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0125193
STATUE OF LIBERTY, 1885.
Visitors to Bedloe Island in New York Harbor see fragments of the statue, delivered in June. Construction on the pedestal is still ongoing. Wood engraving, American, October 1885.
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0044453
FILM: BRINGING UP BABY.
Cary Grant (left) and Katharine Hepburn (behind bars) in a scene from the 1938 motion picture 'Bringing Up Baby.'
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0169912
ROLLIE FINGERS (1946- ).
Roland Glen Fingers, known as Rollie. American baseball pitcher. Photographed in 1975 as a member of the Oakland Athletics, at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland, California.
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0248531
INDIA.
A sadhu remains with arm raised in penance, forever deforming it. No Credit Given.
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INDIA.
A sadhu lives a life of speechless silence and the growing of nails. William M. Zumbro.
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FILM: MANHATTAN, 1979.
Woody Allen, left, and Michael Murphy in the Rizzoli bookstore. Scene from Woody Allen's 'Manhattan,' 1979.
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0167539
HINE: CHILD LABOR, 1912.
A young cotton mill worker injured by a piece of machinery that fell on his foot causing him to land on the spinning machine which crushed and tore out his two middle fingers. There was no protective gear used at the cotton mill in Bessemer City, North Carolina. Photograph by Lewis Hine, October 1912.
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0074558
SILENT FILM STILL: WOMAN.
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0433924
AD: L&M CIGARETTES, 1968.
American advertisement for L&M cigarettes. Photograph, 1968.
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0077028
POINTING HAND.
Printer's typemetal cut, French, late 19th century.
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0433922
AD: CAMERA FLASH, 1968.
American advertisement for the Sylvania Blue Dot Flashcube. Photograph, 1968.
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0095580
NATIVE AMERICANS: FINGER NECKLACE.
Necklace of human fingers. Possibly Iroquois, 18th century.
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0107036
DAILY INSPECTION, 1917.
Older children under the direction of their teacher, inspect the finger nails and teeth of the younger children. School #49, Comanche County, Lawton (vicinity), Oklahoma. Photographed April 1917, by Lewis Hine.
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