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June, 1962 - “The Last Sitting” / one of a suite of photographs / six weeks before Marilyn Monroe’s untimely passing In late June, for the September issue 10 page spread ~ Vogue magazine commissioned Brooklyn-born commercial photographer and...

In December 1938, five giant pandas were smuggled out of China to England. Four of them were bought by London Zoo. Photographer Bert Hardy's son, Mike Hardy, poses for a phot with Ming one of the pandas at London Zoo

In December 1938, five giant pandas were smuggled out of China to England. Four of them were bought by London Zoo. Photographer Bert Hardy's son, Mike Hardy, poses for a phot with Ming one of the pandas at London Zoo

British photographer, Bert Hardy (1913–1994), smokes a pipe while on an assignment in southern Africa. 29th April 1950

British photographer, Bert Hardy (1913–1994), smokes a pipe while on an assignment in southern Africa. 29th April 1950

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The Gorbals area of Glasgow, photographed for Picture Post in 1948. The photographer Bert Hardy would have celebrated his 100th birthday this year Photograph: Bert Hardy/Getty Images

The Gorbals area of Glasgow, photographed for Picture Post in 1948. The photographer Bert Hardy would have celebrated his 100th birthday this year Photograph: Bert Hardy/Getty Images

Bert Hardy w/ Contax II camera. "Bert Hardy (19 May 1913 — 3 July 1995) was a documentary and press photographer known for his work published in the Picture Post magazine between 1941 and 1957. Hardy was self-taught and used a Leica —unconventional gear for press photographers of the era— but went on to become the Post's Chief Photographer, after he earned its first photographer credit for his 1 February 1941 photo-essay about Blitz-stressed fire-fighters."

Bert Hardy w/ Contax II camera. "Bert Hardy (19 May 1913 — 3 July 1995) was a documentary and press photographer known for his work published in the Picture Post magazine between 1941 and 1957. Hardy was self-taught and used a Leica —unconventional gear for press photographers of the era— but went on to become the Post's Chief Photographer, after he earned its first photographer credit for his 1 February 1941 photo-essay about Blitz-stressed fire-fighters."

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