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Poet Kahlil Gibran Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Poet Kahlil Gibran Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... More

The madman

The madman

"This ebook was produced for the Standard Ebooks project by Sami Siddiqui, and is based on a transcription produced in 2004 by William Fishburne for Project Gutenberg and on digital scans available at the Int... More

[Kahlil Gibran in Middle Eastern(?) costume with leopard skin and staff, seated]

[Kahlil Gibran in Middle Eastern(?) costume with leopard skin and staf...

Mounts are layered top to bottom: Tan and grey fiber. Model Kahlil Gibran; Props Staffs, leopard skin; Costume Med./Mid-East./N. African; People boys. Blind stamp: lower left. Title and other data comes from a ... More

[Kahlil Gibran in Middle Eastern(?) costume with leopard skin and staff, seated]

[Kahlil Gibran in Middle Eastern(?) costume with leopard skin and staf...

Mounts are layered top to bottom: Tan and grey fiber. Model Kahlil Gibran; Props Staffs, leopard skin; Costume Med./Mid-East./N. African; People boys. Blind stamp: lower left. Title and other data comes from a ... More

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