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    Stuart O’Sullivan's, "A Shared History," takes as its theme the history of his wife Dionicia’s family. Her late grandfather’s family were Quakers who migrated to this country in the 1700s. They were among the founding members of the state of Pennsylvania.

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    Mark Steinmetz turns his focus to the southern cities and towns in America. Highly regarded for his black-and-white portraits, Steinmetz is renowned for producing powerful pictures which capture the strong sense of displacement and isolation that is felt by many young Americans.

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    Raimond Wouda shows groups of pupils at numerous secondary schools in the Netherlands. Wouda photographed the places where students relax between classes.

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Hajek-Halke, Heinz
Halard, François
Hamada, Kyoko
Hankin, Hazel
Hanna, Forman
Hanut, Eryk
Hao, Hong
Harbus, Richard
Harbutt, Charles
Harris, Alex
Harvey, Antoinette B.
Hatakeyama, Naoya
Hazard, John B.
Hebert, Jean-Pierre
Heilborn, Emil
Heinecken, Robert

Hemmerle, Sean
Henle, Jan
Henri, Florence
Henry (Skeen & Co.), William Louis
Henry and Paul Henry, Prosper
Hernandez, Anthony
Hester / NASA, Jeff
Heyman, Abigail
Heyman, Ken
Hibi, Yuichi
Hicks, Tyler
Hido, Todd
Higgins, Chester
Hikoma, Ueno
Hill and Robert Adamson, David Octavius
Himmel, Paul
Hine, Lewis W.

Hine, Sheldon
Hinton, Jane
Hiro (Yasuhiro Wakabayashi) ,
Hocks, Teun
Hoepker, Thomas
Hofer, Evelyn
Hoinkis, Ewald
Hondros, Chris
Hooper, Chip
Hoppe, Emil Otto
Horenstein, Henry
Hori, Fusao
Horvat, Frank
Hosefros, Paul
Hower, Robert K.
Hujar, Peter
Humbert de Molard, Baron Louis-Adolphe