A Family of Bagel Peddlers, Warsaw, 1938 [Gelatin silver print], by Roman Vishniac
HERBERT LIST Dance of the Dresses, Rome, 1949 Gelatin Silver Print
Calla Lilies / Tina Modotti / c. 1927 / gelatin silver print / Detroit Institute of Arts
once again… yama-bato: Philippe Halsman Halsman - A Retrospective “Georgia O’Keeffe” Gelatin silver print, 1967 link
Canoe, American, artist unknown, 1973, sepia tone gelatin silver print, via IMA. Courtesy of theshipthatflew.
Eudora Welty, photographer - Sunday Morning, 1930's. Gelatin silver print. Mississippi Department of Archives & History.
A glossy silver gelatin print dating from the first quarter of the 20th century and showing a father carrying the glass-topped coffin of his child, with a group of women in the background. Photographer unidentified.
Rainer Maria Rilke. By George Bernard Shaw. 1906. Rainer Maria Rilke stood leaning against a balustrade in front of a house. Taken at August Rodin's house, Villa Mendon. Silver gelatin print. Monochrome.
Roman Vishniac, Isaac Street, Cracow, 1938 Gelatin silver print
London (English Bankers) (gelatin silver print, 1952) – Robert Frank
Georgia O'Keeffe / photo by Alfred Stieglitz / 1918 / Gelatin silver print
Hiroshi Sugimoto Eiffel Tower 1998 gelatin-silver print
Untitled - Takuma Nakahira, 1971, gelatin silver print (from 35mm negative)
Alfred Stieglitz, Georgia O’Keeffe, 1918. Gelatin silver print.
Photographer: Hiroshi Watanabe Takaharu Kaneyama, Nakatsugawa Kabuki Gelatin Silver Print
Hine, Lewis W. American (1874-1940) TITLE ON OBJECT: A Finnish stowaway detained at Ellis Island 1926 gelatin silver print 16.8 x 11.8 cm. Gift of the Photo League, New York: ex-collection Lewis Wickes Hine. George Eastman House - www.eastmanhouse.org
Seems to be a really good site for tea leaf reading. Preparing the tea, drinking the tea, reading the tea, diagrams - no list of symbols, though.
Lunchroom Buddies, New York City, 1931 (gelatin silver print) by Walker Evans / Corcoran Gallery of Art, D.C. / © Walker Evans Archive, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Louis Faurer (Aug. 28, 1916 - 2001): Union Square, New York City, 1950 - gelatin silver print (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art)