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Everything old is nude again. Today's aerodynamic, sweat-wicking fabrics have nothing on the outfit worn by the hammer thrower in this 1887 collotype by Eadweard Muybridge, the British-born photographer who spent his...
April 26, 2004 | Richard B. Woodward
The best sports photography stops the clock, forever: On these pages Joe Namath is still No. I and Jackie Robinson is still stealing home
May 31, 1976 | Robert Cantwell
Early photographers in the American West stalked their landscapes like hunters going after big game. They planted their cameras on a shelf on a cliff or in a wooded valley looking up at a cloud-enshrouded...
January 08, 1962 | Robert H. Boyle
Sport fascinates Americans. It is axiomatic that foreign visitors to this shining land are startled—and left either amused or aghast—when banner headlines announcing World Series scores force international crises...