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TitleDateArtist Accession Number
Esoteric, New Orleans Born Truman Capote, 22, writes haunting short stories. His novel, "Other Voices, Other Rooms," will be out this fall1947Jerry Cooke1207.2005
[Scorched male mannequin clad in dark business suit standing in desert 7,000 ft. from the 44th nuclear test explosion, a day after the blast, indicating that humans could be burnt but still alive, Yucca Flat, Nevada]May 7, 1955Loomis Dean1995.2005
Alberto Giacometti is framed by the reaching hand of one of his elogated sculptures1964Loomis Dean1200.2005
Sailor Fred McDow passionately kissing his girlfriend Ethel Huseland goodbye, as a friend stands by watching uncomfortably, in Pennsylvania Station before returning to duty after a 66-hr. leave.1944Alfred Eisenstaedt1448.2005
Soldier tenderly kissing his girlfriend while saying goodbye in Pennsylvania Station before returning to duty after a brief furlough.1944Alfred Eisenstaedt1449.2005
Sailor kissing his girlfriend goodbye in Pennsylvania Station before returning to duty after a brief furlough.1944Alfred Eisenstaedt1451.2005
[Soldier embracing his girlfriend while saying goodbye in Pennsylvania station before returning to duty after a brief furlough]1944Alfred Eisenstaedt1780.2005
[Soldier consoling his weeping girlfriend while saying goodbye in Pennsylvania Station before returning to duty after a brief furlough]1944Alfred Eisenstaedt1781.2005
[Soldier tenderly embracing his girlfriend while saying goodbye in Pennsylvania Station before retuning to duty after a brief furlough]1944Alfred Eisenstaedt1782.2005
[Robert Oppenheimer, director of the Institute of Advanced Study, discussing theory of matter in terms of space with Albert Einstein, Princeton, New Jersey]1947Alfred Eisenstaedt1208.2005