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The following are photographic events with lots of epehmera, explained in further detail, or photographs that are especially newsworthy again.All photographs Copyright © Diana Mara Henry.

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Proclamation:

"The work of Diana Mara Henry is recognized as a National Treasure of History."

Diana Mara Henry keynote March 8th, 2017, at Baypath University

"Thank you so much for your unique and valuable perspective. I felt honored to share Women's Day with you and ERA, as well as all of the remarkable local women in the room. As a woman in business who is active in her community and raising a small daughter, I am keenly aware of how important women like yourself- who make their mark in art and history by documenting our gender's perpetuated struggle for equality- are. Thank you for educating us; for taking the time to ensure that we know who and what came before us so that we can inform the future for our daughters and students." - President, Chamber of Commerce

http://www.onthemoveforum.com/

Article in BusinessWest

 

Click here to see the Du Bois Library U Mass Amherst Friends of the Library

fall reception honoring Diana Mara Henry and the people she photographed!

 

Diana Mara Henry's photograph of Daniel Patrick Moynihan

for the Harvard Crimson in 1967 in a GSA showcase 2012.

Photographs are all Copyright © Diana Mara Henry, so please email us for permission to reproduce....Thank you!

Now for something completely different!

"Contact High: Shooting James Brown at Rikers"

 

 New York Foundation for the Arts salutes Diana Mara Henry

 

 

 

Chronology of DMH career in photography

 

DMH AS YET UNSEEN

Nancy Reagan and Ronald Reagan R.I.P.

 

A passel of press passes

What's going on here?

Read about Fashion as Fantasy at Rizzoli Bookstore

Your invitation to the premiere of NINE-TO-FIVE and Women Office Workers

How about Larry Rivers at the Jewish Museum?

Men we've lost:

In loving and grateful memory of Bill Mollison, founder of Permaculture,

who taught me how to live well on earth...

 

Alfred del Bello, 5/17/2015

In memory of Douglas Ireland, 1946-2013

George McGovern: A meeting, a book and a tribute

Sargent Shriver historic photographs

Cornell Capa is gone-Harold Edgerton,

Ernst Haas,Marty Peretz,Erik Erikson

Ted Kennedy, Sargent and Eunice Shriver depart

Governor Mario Cuomo, Father Drinan, James Brown depart

 

Frank Oz introduces Cookie Monster at Ad Council

press conference, 11/06/74, photographed by DMH.

 

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