Thomas (Margaret Sandahl) Photographs 1880 - 2006

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Thomas (Margaret Sandahl) Photographs 98-035, 98-131, 98-223; 99-190; 2007-159; 2007-225; 2008-082., 1880 - 2006

Thomas (Margaret Sandahl) Photographs 1880 - 2006

Photographs represent Thomas' work for the and freelance activities, primarily in the Mid-Atlantic region. Subjects include scenes and events in Metropolitan Washington, D.C., from 1966 to 1996, and various horse shows and hunts in Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Ohio, with particular emphasis on the Trakehner breed. Washington Post

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