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Aigner, Ladislas
Aigner (László)
Aigner, Lucien
Aigner, Lucien (Hungarian and American photographer, 1901-1999)
Lucien Aigner
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1901-1999
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Aigner, John P.
Burroni, Robert
DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park
Guideposts
Uhrhane, Jennifer
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Aigner's Paris.
Albert Einstein dans son cabinet à l'Institut des études avancées à Princeton [photographie]
Entre deux mondes, un maître du photo-reportage témoigne
Portrait of Adolf Hitler at Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Portrait of Andre Tardieu and friends (Paris)
Portrait of Benito Mussolini at the Stresa railroad station (Stresa Conference)
Portrait of César Campinchi, Minister of the Navy, France
Portrait of Fyodor Chaliapin, singer, Paris
Portrait of Gaston Doumergue, Prime Minister, France
Portrait of Guglielmo Marconi, wireless inventor
Portrait of Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia, on his arrival at the Geneva railroad station
Portrait of Henry Stimson, U.S. Secretary of State with Sir John Simon, Foreign Secretary of Great Britain, in Geneva
Portrait of Ignace Jan Paderwski (I), pianist statesman (Poland), a refuge in New York
Portrait of James Farley in New York City
Portrait of Joseph Paul-Boncour, statesman (France)
Portrait of Lorin Maazel, prodigy conductor
Portrait of Mahatma Gandhi (II) in Paris
Portrait of Milan Hodža (3 of 3), Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia, in Paris
Portrait of Norman Rockwell, illustrator, in his studio at Stockbridge, Mass.
Portrait of Pierre Laval (France) and Anthony Eden (Gt. Britain) at the Quai d'Orsay
Portrait of President Albert Lebrun (France)
Portrait of Ramsay MacDonald, Prime Minister of Great Britain, in Geneva
Portrait of Vincent Auriol, French socialist leader
Portrait of Winston Churchill and wife
[Recueil. Photographies originales. Oeuvre de Lucien Aigner]
Schuschnigg in Paris
Temps d'humanités : 1930 - 1990 : les plus grandes photographies publiées dans le magazine Du
What prayer can do
Winston Churchill sortant du bureau de vote [photographie]
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