Which came first? Errol Morris book explores two photographs from the Ransom Center’s collection

Roger Fenton. “Valley of the Shadow of Death” without cannonballs. 1855.

Roger Fenton. “Valley of the Shadow of Death” with cannonballs. 1855.

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    (Top) Roger Fenton, “Valley of the Shadow of Death” without cannonballs (1855). (Bottom) Roger Fenton, “Valley of the...
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