Blog Post Category Archive (Anthropology)

  1. 1980: Rare Ian Curtis of Joy Division interview by BBC Manchester

    This is a rare interview with Ian Curtis from Joy Division done in 1980’s shortly before his suicide. He talks to BBC Manchester about  New Wave, the music industry, his anticipated US tour that was coming up(that did not happen),

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    Mobsters’ tombs at the Yekaterinburg cemetary in Russia. More pics here


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  4. Jumex Collection presents: Poule!

    The Jumex collection, Mexico’s largest privately owned art collections, belongs to Jumex juice heir Eugenio Lopez.  Every year during MACO (Mexico contemporary art fair) they curate an exhibition with pieces from their collection (and throw the most coveted party of the

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  5. Apple collection 1986

    Once upon a time at Apple computers… view the whole collection here

  6. Irish Eyes – Photographs by Alen Macweeney

    In 1965, Alen MacWeeney came upon an encampment of itinerants in a waste ground by the Cherry Orchard Fever Hospital outside Dublin. Called tinkers and later styled Travellers, as they preferred to call themselves, they were living in richly colored

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  7. Paul Fusco – RFK Funeral Train

    On June 5, 1968 Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated in Los Angeles while campaigning for the presidential candidacy in the United States of America. Following this tragic occurrence, his body was flown to NYC where a large memorial was held.

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  8. Newfoundland Mummers

    During the 12 days of Christmas in Newfoundland, the men and women of small fishing outposts throw pillow cases over their heads, disguise their bodies behind scraps of old clothing and go from house to house playing music, singing songs

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  9. Totem Poles of Alaska 1910-1920

    The Frank and Frances Carpenter Collection consists of photographs produced and gathered by Frank G. Carpenter (1855-1924) and his daughter Frances (1890-1972) to illustrate his writings on travel and world geography. Carpenter’s works helped popularize cultural anthropology and geography in

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