Photographs by Philippe Halsman of Yale-affiliated individuals, 1946-1967 (inclusive).

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Halsman, Philippe. Photographs by Philippe Halsman of Yale-affiliated individuals, 1946-1967 (inclusive).

Photographs by Philippe Halsman of Yale-affiliated individuals, 1946-1967 (inclusive).

The records consist of formal portrait photographs by Philippe Halsman of Yale alumni, including William F. Buckley, Jr., Henry Ford II, Henry R. Luce and Paul Tillich.

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