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Herbert Randall Survey of New Haven and Environs, 1880-1920

Herbert Randall was born in Massachusetts and lived in Michigan before opening his own professional photo shop in New Haven, Connecticut in 1894. He was a student of the built environment, a poet, and was also fascinated with the history of the Nutmeg State. This nice collection from the Connecticut State Library brings together 141 black and white photographs that Randall took around New Haven...
University of Utah Photographic Exhibits

From dramatic images of speed tests on the Bonneville Salt Flats to a lovely tribute to writer Wallace Stegner, the University of Utah Photographic Exhibits has something for everyone. Visitors to the site will find ten exhibits here, including "Skiing in Utah: A Photo Exhibit" and "Images of Glen Canyon." The latter collection is one that shouldn't be missed, as it features images of the canyon...