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Outdoor Pool, Pines Hotel, South Fallsburg, NY

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Artist, educator and photographer Marisa Scheinfeld's Outdoor Pool, Pines Hotel, South Fallsburg, NY.

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Artist, educator and photographer Marisa Scheinfeld's Outdoor Pool, Pines Hotel, South Fallsburg, NY.

Guest Room, Tamarack Lodge, Greenfield Park, NY by Marisa Scheinfeld

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Guest Room, Tamarack Lodge, Greenfield Park, New York, by Marisa Scheinfeld.
Courtesy of Marisa Scheinfeld.
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Guest Room, Tamarack Lodge, Greenfield Park, New York, by Marisa Scheinfeld.

Courtesy of Marisa Scheinfeld.

Indoor Pool, Grossinger’s Catskill Resort and Hotel, Liberty, NY by Marisa Scheinfeld

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Indoor Pool, Grossinger’s Catskill Resort and Hotel, Liberty, NY by Marisa Scheinfeld.
Courtesy of Marisa Scheinfeld.
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Indoor Pool, Grossinger’s Catskill Resort and Hotel, Liberty, NY by Marisa Scheinfeld.

Courtesy of Marisa Scheinfeld.

Rachel King on Shari Lewis, 2015

This Week in History: On August 2, 1998, children's television mainstay Shari Lewis died. Rachel King discusses why Lewis's most famous creation, Lamb Chop, continues to have such enduring appeal.
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This Week in History: On August 2, 1998, children's television mainstay Shari Lewis died. Rachel King discusses why Lewis's most famous creation, Lamb Chop, continues to have such enduring appeal.

Thumbnail of Rachel King on Shari Lewis, 2015

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Thumbnail of This Week in History: On August 2, 1998, children's television mainstay Shari Lewis died. Rachel King discusses why Lewis's most famous creation, Lamb Chop, continues to have such enduring appeal.
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Thumbnail of This Week in History: On August 2, 1998, children's television mainstay Shari Lewis died. Rachel King discusses why Lewis's most famous creation, Lamb Chop, continues to have such enduring appeal.

Body Talk: Delving into The Body Journey with Creator Miriam Ross

In a society where we’re constantly told what we should love and what we should hate about ourselves, we can forget that our bodies belong to us. There is little space for women to create their own narratives, express their own fears, and admire their own features. Artist Miriam Ross gives women the opportunity to do exactly this in her project, The Body Journey.

Hedda Sterne Protests the “Monster National Exhibition.”

May 20, 1950
“I never thought in terms of a career, but I worked with tremendous urgency." - Artist Hedda Sterne

Hedda Sterne, January 1, 1950

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Abstract artist Hedda Sterne, January 1, 1950. 
Photograph by Gjon Mili, courtesy of LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images.
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Abstract artist Hedda Sterne, January 1, 1950. 
Photograph by Gjon Mili, courtesy of LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images.

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Fallen "Israel" Sign, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 9, 2006

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This photograph shows the letters (spelling "Israel") that fell from the damaged Congregation Beth Israel messageboard in front of the synagogue.

<br>It was taken by Jayne Guberman, Director of Oral History at the Jewish Women's Archive on May 9, 2006 in New Orleans.

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This photograph shows the letters (spelling "Israel") that fell from the damaged Congregation Beth Israel messageboard in front of the synagogue.

<br>It was taken by Jayne Guberman, Director of Oral History at the Jewish Women's Archive on May 9, 2006 in New Orleans.

Pharaoh Notes the Importance of the Jewish People by James Tissot circa 1896-1902

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Pharaoh Notes the Importance of the Jewish People, by James Tissot, circa 1896-1902.

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Pharaoh Notes the Importance of the Jewish People, by James Tissot, circa 1896-1902.

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