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Mia Tramz

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Jonathan Woods (in orange) assists ironworkers as they remove the 13-foot-long jib from the beacon at the very top of 1 World Trade Center in New York City on Sept. 28, 2013.
The Backstory

10 Best Questions from TIME’s 1 World Trade Center Twitter Chat

Here are the 10 best questions from LightBox’s 1 World Trade Center Twitter chat

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The Backstory

Death in Harlem: James VanDerZee’s Funerary Portraits

Famed photographer James VanDerZee’s beautiful, ethereal post-mortem portraits are about far more than death.

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Courtesy Thomas Allen Harris
Out There

Through A Lens Darkly: History and Identity in African American Photography

Through A Lens Darkly, an extraordinary new documentary by filmmaker Thomas Allen Harris, provides a deep, rich dive into the history of African American photography

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Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee Portrait, 1897
Out There

Magnificent Obsession: How Queen Victoria Influenced Photography

A new exhibition at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles explores the story of Queen Victoria as surprisingly and deeply intertwined with the birth of photography as a medium.

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Juan Romero, a busboy, comforts Senator Robert F. Kennedy after he was shot at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, on June 6, 1968.
The Backstory

In Memoriam: Remembering the Photographers We Lost in 2013

As 2013 rolls to a close, LightBox pauses to remember the great photographers we lost this year.

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