Funnel Detail, Steamer Henry Steinbrenner (formerly the William A. McGonagle). Buffalo, New York (789-572), 1989 July
- 1989 July
- From the Collection: Plowden, David
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Mr. Plowden designated his prints as “Exhibition,” “Reproducible,” and “Study.” Exhibition prints may be publically exhibited and, with appropriate permission, reproduced. Reproducible prints, with appropriate permission, may be reproduced. Study prints may be examined but never reproduced. Reproducible and Study prints sometimes represent early prints of images that are also represented by Exhibition prints. In other cases, they may be the only print in the collection from a particular negative.
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