65 glass photographic negatives, purchased at a garage sale a decade ago, may be a long lost collection of work by Ansel Adams worth $200 million. The most expensive Adams work is “Clearing Winter Storm, Yosemite National Park,” from 1938 ($722,500). The second-most-expensive was “Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico” ($609,600).
So recent you can still taste the bile
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- The people who say rotten things and the people who want to punish them
- Two sides of the same very sad little coin
- When speakers need police escort on and off college campuses, an alarm bell should be going off
- Competing narratives that can’t be bridged?
- Baldwin and Obama
- Testosterone poisoning
- Notable & Quotable: Think Tanks
- The Utter Bloody Rudeness of the World Today
- Why enact a costly regulation to do what the market was doing for free?