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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 792 Collections and/or Records:

A Dog in Front of a Chair, circa 1973

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Identifier: M145.01.0004.0001.00016.00005

A Dog in Front of a Chair, circa 1973

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Identifier: M145.01.0001.00135
Overview A boxer sits and has its picture taken.

A Feldman Family Portrait, between 1985-1999

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Identifier: M145.01.0003.00107
Overview A large group of the Feldman family pose for a portrait. Burton Feldman was a writer, scholar, and Professor at the University of Denver.

A Group Photo Including Peggy Feldman and Robert Richardson, between 1975-1990

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Identifier: M145.01.0003.00080
Overview Peggy Feldman and Robert Richardson pose for a group photo with other friends at a New Years Party. Peggy was the wife of Burton Feldman, a writer, scholar, and Professor at the University of Denver. Robert D. Richardson is an author and teacher and co-edited the ''Rise of Modern Mythology, 1680-1860'' with Burton Feldman.

A Man and Two Dogs, circa 1973

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Identifier: M145.01.0004.0001.00016.00002

A Man and Two Dogs, circa 1973

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Identifier: M145.01.0001.00138

A Photo of Burton Feldman and Another GI, mid 20th century

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Identifier: M145.01.0003.00064
Overview Two photos attached. Burton Feldman leans against a barrel in one photo, and a young GI poses in the other. Burton Feldman was a writer, scholar, and Professor at the University of Denver.

A Pregnant Tracy Philpot Poses for a Photo, circa 1997 June

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Identifier: M145.01.0002.00121
Overview Tracy Philpot poses for a photo while pregnant. Tracy Philpot is a poet and author, and graduated from the University of Denver. She is married to Mark Janes.

A Shop in Tijuana, circa 1973 September

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Identifier: M145.01.0004.0001.00018.00001
Overview A photo of a shop in Tijuana, Mexico. A burro-drawn cart is outside.

Aerial View of Fort Ticonderoga, circa 1993

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Identifier: M145.02.0005.0026.00005
Overview An aerial view of Fort Ticonderoga. The photo was taken by Francis Poutre as he flew overhead. The photo was enclosed with a letter sent to Peggy Feldman by Poutre.