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The Changing Face of Washington, D.C. in the U.S News & World Report Magazine Photo Collection

Posted by: Kristi Finefield

One of the most fascinating and enjoyable aspects of research with visual materials is the wide variety of information you can learn from a single image, from the obvious to the unexpected.  A photographic portrait, for example, has a primary job of showing you what someone looks like. But beyond that, you could learn about …