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Flatbush + Main Episode 12: Women Photographers, Framing Brooklyn

In Episode 12 of Brooklyn Historical Society’s podcast Flatbush + Main, co-hosts Zaheer Ali and Julie Golia examine the work of a group of remarkable female photographers who have taken Brooklyn as their subject. Featured are an interview with “The Face of Brooklyn” artist Nora Herting, a discussion of the life and legacy of street photographer Lucille Fornasieri Gold, and excerpts from oral histories with three Brooklyn photographers–Lucille Fornasieri Gold, Marianne Engberg, and Delphine Fawundu-Buford. For complete show notes, go to www.brooklynhistory.org/flatbush-main. Don’t forget to subscribe, rate, and review Flatbush + Main on iTunes at brooklynhistory.org/fm-itunes. Continue reading

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Real Brooklyn, a day in our lives photographs now available at BHS

This post was authored by BHS Library and Archives processing intern Melissa Aaronberg. Melissa processed the Real Brooklyn, a day in our lives photographs in December 2015, which are now open and available to the public in our library. For more … Continue reading

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The Double Life of Don Francione

I didn’t mean to imply anything sinister by the title of this post about Don Francione. I’m just pointing out that he was able to do something in life that many of us only dream about–to spend our lives doing … Continue reading

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