Philippe Halsman photograph collection [picture], 1944-1967.

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Halsman, Philippe. Philippe Halsman photograph collection [picture], 1944-1967.

Philippe Halsman photograph collection [picture], 1944-1967.

Portraits of celebrities of the 1940s, '50s and '60s.

46 photographs : b&w, col. ; various sizes.

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