U.S. Exports Century's Photos: by CARL HARTMAN, Associated Press
(EXCERPT) WASHINGTON (AP) - There's a shot of a young GI from the
Vietnam War, gazing out soberly from under a camouflage helmet, and
another of two young Hispanic women posing in front of a wall in
Brooklyn full of graffiti.
There's the Easter parade along New York's Fifth Avenue in 1900, and
from the 1990s there's President Clinton playing the saxophone that a
grinning Boris Yeltsin has just given him at the Russian's country
All are included in a pictorial record of the United States in the
20th century that the federal government is sendin...
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