Group of two gelatin silver prints and original vintage photographic reproductions from the archives of the Star Tribune of the noted inventor who revolutionized alternating-current electricity and is regarded as the father of modern electricity, depicting Tesla in a portrait, and receiving the Pierre Guzman prize.
Provenance: From the archives of the Star Tribune, established over 150 years ago, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The copyrights for these images remains solely with the Star Tribune or with the issuing agency or photographer. The prints are available as a collectible item only and may not be reproduced in any form whatsoever without prior written consent from the copyright holder.(Portrait) height: 7 in x width: 5 in. (Award) height: 8 1/4 in x width: 6 1/4 in.
All lots are in used condition. These photographs are from a working archive and
contains notes, marks, labels, clippings, and/or retouching put in place by the staff at the time of publication. All may have cracks in the emulsion, losses, creases, folds, tears, smudges, and other issues associated with time, age, and use. The archive contains both silver gelatin prints and original vintage photographic reproductions.
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