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Highsmith, Carol M., 1946- National Library of Portugal Library of Congress/NACO ISNI Vatican Library National Library of Israel National Library of the Czech Republic German National Library National Library of France National Library of Australia NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of Lithuania

Highsmith, Carol M. National and University Library in Zagreb Sudoc [ABES], France NII (Japan) BIBSYS

Carol M. Highsmith American photographer Wikidata

Highsmith, Carol M. (American photographer, born 1946) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

VIAF ID: 84615840 (Personal)

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Aerial view in 2014 of the Houston Ship Channel and surrounding energy facilities in Houston, Texas Library of Congress/NACO
Aerial view of Chicago, Illinois Library of Congress/NACO
Aerial view of Montgomery, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
Aerial view of the Flat Tops Wilderness Area in the Routt and White River national forests of Colorado Library of Congress/NACO
Aerial view of Washington, D.C. Library of Congress/NACO
Alabama Veterans Memorial Park is a 21-acre park located on a wooded hilltop, Birmingham, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
Ancient cemetery, Hartford, Connecticut Library of Congress/NACO
Architectural details, the Woolworth Building, New York, New York Library of Congress/NACO
Art in the U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C. Library of Congress/NACO
Artifact in the museum collection, National Park Service, Ford's Theatre National Historic Site, Washington, D.C. Library of Congress/NACO
Autumn in the San Juan Mountains of Conejos County, Colorado, near the New Mexico border Library of Congress/NACO
Ave Maria Grotto, Cullman, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
Bagpipers parade at the annual New Hampshire Highland Games and Festival in Lincoln, a gathering filled with pipes, drums, dancing, stone lifting and throwing, and kilts worn by as many onlookers as participants, on the edge of New Hampshire's Scotland-like highlands Library of Congress/NACO
Bellingrath Gardens and Home, the creation of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bellingrath in Theodore, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
Bodie is a ghost town in the Bodie Hills east of the Sierra Nevada mountain range in Mono County, California Library of Congress/NACO
Branding day at the Ladder Livestock Ranch's cattle operation in Moffat County, Colorado, literally on the Wyoming border. In fact, the ranch's headquarters and sheeping operations are based in Wyoming Library of Congress/NACO
California vineyards Library of Congress/NACO
Chasley, Monroe County, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
Civil War battlefields and landmarks National and University Library in Zagreb
Connecticut stone fences Library of Congress/NACO
A Durango & Silverton Narrow-Gauge Scenic Railroad train, pulled by a vintage steam locomotive, rounds a high San Juan Mountains precipice in Las Animas County, Colorado Library of Congress/NACO
Family Day on the grounds of the Alabama River Pulp Company in Claiborne, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
Formation in the Garden of the Gods, a public park, but also an international tourist attraction, packed with red-rock formations in Colorado Springs, Colorado Library of Congress/NACO
Gadsden, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
Gee's Bend, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
Gillette's estate, East Haddam, Connecticut Library of Congress/NACO
Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, California Library of Congress/NACO
Grand National Golf Course, part of the Robert Trent Jones Trail, Opelika, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
Hot Air Balloon Jubilee Festival, Decatur, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
(Inner) Tubing is almost a Texas passion come summertime. These participants enjoy the water in Prince Solms Park on the Comal River in New Braunfels, near San Antonio, Texas Library of Congress/NACO
Key Underwood Coon Dog Memorial Graveyard, Colbert County, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
Mardi Gras, Mobile, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
Mardi Gras Parade, New Orleans, Louisiana Library of Congress/NACO
McMillan Reservoir, Washington, D.C. Library of Congress/NACO
Meadowbank Farm located on Highway 84 in a bend of the Alabama River twelve miles from Monroeville, Alabama, between the towns of Claiborne and Gosport Library of Congress/NACO
Mercedes-Benz U.S. international plant located in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
"The Miracle Worker" play that is actually performed in the back yard of Ivy Green, the home in Tuscumbia, Alabama, where Helen Keller grew up and was born in 1880 Library of Congress/NACO
Mono Lake, a large, shallow saline soda lake in Mono County, California Library of Congress/NACO
The Moore/Webb/Holmes Plantation and out buildings (circa 1819), Folsom, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
Morey's Piers, an amusement park on the boardwalk in Wildwood, New Jersey Library of Congress/NACO
Mummers Parade on New Year's day, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Library of Congress/NACO
[Mystic Aquarium, Mystic, Connecticut] Library of Congress/NACO
Necropolis de Colon, Havana, Cuba Library of Congress/NACO
OAS Building, 17th St. and Constitution Ave., NW, Washington, D.C. Library of Congress/NACO
Old Fisherman's Wharf, Monterey, California Library of Congress/NACO
On these walls : inscriptions and quotations in the Library of Congress. Vatican Library National Library of Portugal
One of several daily performances at Circus World Museum in Baraboo, Wisconsin, which is devoted to circus-related history Library of Congress/NACO
Part of a carefully restored mural, one of dozens at Fair Park, site of the 1936 Texas Centennial celebration and the Pan-American Exposition in 1937 in Dallas, Texas Library of Congress/NACO
Part of a much-used, now-abandoned "western" movie set along the Rio Grande River in Big Bend Ranch State Park in lower Brewster County, Texas Library of Congress/NACO
Photographic tour Library of Congress/NACO BIBSYS NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library Sudoc [ABES], France
Pictorial souvenir Library of Congress/NACO
Porter Sculpture Park, Montrose, South Dakota Library of Congress/NACO
Reenactment of Civil War siege of April 1862, Bridgeport, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
The Rickwood Classic baseball game is played once a year at Rickwood Ballpark located in Birmingham, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
Rock Creek Park, NW, Washington, D.C. Library of Congress/NACO
"Rockman" statues, U.S. Courthouse, Minneapolis, Minnesota Library of Congress/NACO
Rodeo competition at the Star of Texas Fair and Rodeo, produced by Rodeo Austin in Austin, Texas Library of Congress/NACO
Santa Catalina Island, a rocky island off the coast of California Library of Congress/NACO
Scene at Snowmass, a skiing and snowboarding area Pitkin County, Colorado, in the valley of the Roaring Fork River between Aspen and Basalt Library of Congress/NACO
Scene from a frigid street rodeo, part of the annual Winter Carnival in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. As of 2015, the five-day event, first staged in 1913, stood as the oldest winter carnival west of the Mississippi River Library of Congress/NACO
Scene from a Mexican-style rodeo, or Charreria, at "A Day in Old Mexico," part of the annual, monthlong Fiesta celebration in San Antonio, Texas Library of Congress/NACO
Scene from one of the almost-daily parades through downtown Cheyenne during the annual Cheyenne Frontier Days celebration in the Wyoming capital Library of Congress/NACO
Scene from the 252-acre Shangri La Botanical Center and Nature Gardens in Orange, Texas Library of Congress/NACO
A scene from the play "To Kill A Mockingbird," performed in Monroeville, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
Scene from the Sarah P. Duke Gardens, a 55-acre public garden on the campus of Duke University Library of Congress/NACO
Scenery at Colorado National Monument, a preserve of vast plateaus, canyons, and towering monoliths in Mesa County, Colorado, near Grand Junction Library of Congress/NACO
Sculpture "Gold Rush" at the Robert T. Matsui U.S. Courthouse, Sacramento, California Library of Congress/NACO
Sculpture "Law of Nature" at the Mark O. Hatfield U.S. Courthouse, Portland, Oregon Library of Congress/NACO
Sharpe Hill Vineyard in Pomfret, Connecticut Library of Congress/NACO
Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament of Our Lady of the Angels Monastery, Hanceville, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
Sloss Furnace, Birmingham, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
Stained-glass window at St. Dominic Catholic Church in the southwest quadrant of Washington, D.C. Library of Congress/NACO
Talladega Superspeedway Race, Talladega, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
Thimble Islands archipelago in the Long Island Sound, Branford, Connecticut Library of Congress/NACO
Tobacco barns in Windsor, Connecticut Library of Congress/NACO
View from the mountain above Telluride, once a mining boomtown and now a popular skiing destination in Colorado Library of Congress/NACO
Views from 17-Mile Drive, a scenic road through Pacific Grove and Pebble Beach on the Monterey Peninsula in California Library of Congress/NACO
Views from Pacific Coast Highway, Scenic State Route 1, a major north-south state highway that runs along most of the Pacific coastline of California Library of Congress/NACO
Vulcan Materials Company limestone quarry, Tuscumbia, Alabama Library of Congress/NACO
Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905 Library of Congress/NACO
Wax figures in Louis Tussaud's Palace of Wax, part of the Ripley's Believe It or Not attraction in Grand Prairie, Texas Library of Congress/NACO
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut Library of Congress/NACO
Yosemite National Park spans eastern portions of Tuolumne, Mariposa and Madera counties in California Library of Congress/NACO

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