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Be-hold Announces Online Photo Auction, Closing July 10th

Be-hold announces an online auction of photographs on Wednesday, July 10th, beginning at 11 am EST. The auction will feature an exciting selection of photographs that deal with social, political…

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Featured Exhibit

Gone with the Wind in Photographs

Made in 1939, Gone with the Wind is still considered by many as one of the most beloved, enduring and popular films of all time. Sidney Howard's script was…

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Collecting Resources

The Ins and Outs of A Photography Appraisal

Collecting photography may be a labor of love, but taking care of it may be a burden best shared with experts. At the very least, it’s important to keep…

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