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Map of New York State packed with illustrations representing significant people and events from the state’s history. From skiing in the Northern Adirondacks to picking grapes in the vineyards of the West, the images on this map tell the stories that…

High Falls.jpg
Somewhat idealized view of Rochester's High Falls has cattle grazing peacefully in the foreground of this print. The "Mercury" statue at rear center, however, dates the scene after 1881--which is when the Kimball Tobacco Factory commissioned it. By…

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A table, whose covering appears to have been folded back, becomes the space for an arrangement of flowers in a vase and a beaded necklace in a ceramic dish. Cool blues, grays, and burgundys predominate.The flat picture plane, absence of background…

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A faceless laborer lifts what appears to be bales of cotton--presumably one of many for New York's textile and garment industries. The etching's dark, cross-hatched interior contrasts with a view of docks, tugboat, and buildings seen through the…

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Poems by Paul Goodman and Theodore Roethke: The Lordly Hudson · Ned Rorem · Regina Sarfaty

Ned Rorem: Songs of Ned Rorem - Bressler, Curtin, d'Angelo, Gramm, Sarfaty

℗ 2006 Other Minds
℗ 2012…

Braverman--Workers of the World.jpg
Magazine illustration dates to a period when women’s suffrage and socialism were commingling in productive new ways. Here, a recurring column on labor issues makes a point to have both men and women in an Atlas-like pose of bearing the burden of…

Braverman--Intl Womans Day.jpg
Magazine cover dates to a period when women’s suffrage and socialism were commingling in productive new ways. Here, three different social ills are linked to the absence of suffrage: a mother and daughter under the tyranny of a patriarchal father, an…

Braverman--The Coming Nation.jpg
At the time of this illustration Braverman’s job title was “Associate Editor and Circulation Manager” for The Coming Nation," published in Chicago; he also produced much of the magazine’s art. It had been founded as "The Socialist Woman" in 1907 by…

Braverman--House Drudge.jpg
Magazine cover dates to a period when women’s suffrage and socialism were commingling in productive new ways. Here, women's oppression within the home by husbands is linked to "man-made law" enacted without enfranchisement. As with other Braverman…

Braverman--Child Labor.jpg
Magazine illustration dates to a period when women’s suffrage and socialism were commingling in productive new ways. Here, Braverman's image perhaps redeploys American Association for the Study and Prevention of Infant Mortality--that is, simply…
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