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Houston Photographer Captures Hidden Worlds From World War I

Posted on · (Above: The underground dining area of a WWI French soldier, as photographed by Houston doctor Jeff Gusky. Image Courtesy: jeffgusky.com) When we think of the brutal warfare of World War I, we tend to think of the 9 million soldiers and 7 million civilians dead, of infantrymen waging war with guns and grenades, hiding in muddy […]

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Photo of Resident of Former Freedmen’s Town, Tamina, to Be Displayed at Smithsonian Gallery

Posted on · Last year (March 18, 2014) we brought you the story of a photo exhibit that chronicled the lives of those living in Tamina, a former freedman’s town on the opposite side of I-45 from The Woodlands. The exhibit, by Houston photographer Marti Corn, was called The Ground On Which I Stand, and it was the […]