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Hiroshima and Photos of the Atom Bomb

A number of pre-war and post-war images of Hiroshima, gathered here, a stark reminder of a nuclear weapon detonated over a densely-populated area.

GM Holden Closes Elizabeth SA Factory

Thousands of GM Holden owners participate in a 10km dream cruise near the Elizabeth factory to mark the end of an era for car manufacturing in Australia.

Running Down a Dream – Tom Petty

The proverbial clouds had parted and I was given free rein of where I could photograph Petty, he greeted us with a smile, wearing his familiar tinted glasses.

Carlos Diaz and the Legacy of Detroit

These collage pieces bring together Diaz’s interests in the American Industrial Revolution that gave birth to the working class and the legacy of Detroit.

50 Rare Historical Photos

From the first airplane flight in history, the sinking of the Titanic, to Alfred Hitchcock posing with the MGM lion, and the construction of the Berlin wall.

Photos Capture WWII Air Cadets

In 1942, Office of War Information photographer Howard R. Hollem visited the air station and documented Navy cadets and members of the National Youth Administration.

Soundtrack to the Hot Summer of 1967

It was teeming with Detroiters and music blared from the radios of the giant cars of the 60s, driving bumper to bumper up one-way 12th Street.

Cars and Girls: Louis Faurer

With his blurred backdrops and tenderness towards his human subjects, Louis Faurer was one of the United States most unashamedly poetic photographers.

Detroit’s Largest Archival Repository

The Reuther Library is the largest archival repository in Detroit and preserves primary sources related to the history of organized labor in North America.

Society Captured In Honest Illustrations

It's no secret that our society has its flaws - dependence on technology, taxes, obesity, devaluation of workers - illustrator John Holocraft depicts them in a satirical way.