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David Douglas Duncan

An inventory of David Douglas Duncan's papers and photographs

View a gallery of more than 600 images by David Douglas Duncan

The Harry Ransom Center's Office of Public Affairs is the official contact for the news media. With this press room, we seek to provide media a news and image clearinghouse.

Due to copyright issues, use of these images is restricted to media coverage of the Harry Ransom Center. Use for commercial or merchandising purposes is prohibited.

Media use of the below images must include the noted caption and copyright information. Click on the thumbnail image below to access the full, downloadable file. Images are 300 dpi.


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Photograph by Sheila Duncan. David Douglas Duncan looking through camera fitted with prismatic lens, between 1963 and 1972. Courtesy Harry Ransom Center.


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David Douglas Duncan (American, b. 1916), Captain Ike Fenton, Commanding Officer of Baker Company, 5th Regiment of the 1st Marine Brigade, receives reports of dwindling supplies during the battle to secure No-Name Ridge along the Naktong River, Korea. September 1950. Gelatin silver print, 14 x 11 inches. David Douglas Duncan Papers and Photography Collection © David Douglas Duncan. Courtesy Harry Ransom Center.


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David Douglas Duncan (American, b. 1916), Pfc. John L. Lewis decorates his helmet with good luck tokens. [Khe Sanh, February 1968.] David Douglas Duncan Papers and Photography Collection © David Douglas Duncan. Courtesy Harry Ransom Center.


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David Douglas Duncan (American, b. 1916), Corporal machine-gunner Leonard Hayworth, Korea, September 1950. Museum print from original negative, 1998. David Douglas Duncan Papers and Photography Collection © David Douglas Duncan. Courtesy Harry Ransom Center.


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David Douglas Duncan (American, b. 1916), [U.S. Marines, Seoul, Korea], September 1950. Digitally reproduced from original 35mm negative. David Douglas Duncan Papers and Photography Collection © David Douglas Duncan. Courtesy Harry Ransom Center.


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David Douglas Duncan (American, b. 1916), Presidential candidate Richard Nixon responds to a question at his press conference, Republican National Convention, Miami Beach, 1968. Gelatin silver print, 8 7/8 x 13 5/8 inches. David Douglas Duncan Papers and Photography Collection. © David Douglas Duncan. Courtesy Harry Ransom Center.


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David Douglas Duncan (American, b. 1916), Alone in his hotel room, the presidential nominee Richard Nixon writes his acceptance speech, Republican National Convention, Miami Beach, 1968. Gelatin silver print, 8 13/16 x 13 7/16 inches. David Douglas Duncan Papers and Photography Collection. © David Douglas Duncan. Courtesy Harry Ransom Center.


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David Douglas Duncan (American, b. 1916), [Korean War], 1950. Gelatin silver print, 6 7/8 x 10 inches. David Douglas Duncan Papers and Photography Collection © David Douglas Duncan. Courtesy Harry Ransom Center.


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David Douglas Duncan (American, b. 1916), [Korean War], 1950. Gelatin silver print, 13 x 11 inches. David Douglas Duncan Papers and Photography Collection © David Douglas Duncan. Courtesy Harry Ransom Center.


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David Douglas Duncan (American, b. 1916), [Korean War], 1950. Gelatin silver print, 10 x 13 5/8 inches. David Douglas Duncan Papers and Photography Collection © David Douglas Duncan. Courtesy Harry Ransom Center.


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David Douglas Duncan (American, b. 1916), One man was black—one was white; the endless nights and days, the rain-flooded trench, constant enemy shelling, cigarettes, and the grim life which they shared were the same (Con Thien), 1967. Gelatin silver print, 9 x 13 inches. David Douglas Duncan Papers and Photography Collection © David Douglas Duncan. Courtesy Harry Ransom Center.


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David Douglas Duncan (American, b. 1916), Picasso, clad in a bright green terry-cloth robe, confronts the camera on the front steps of Mas Notre-Dame-de-Vie in Mougins, 1959 or later. David Douglas Duncan Papers and Photography Collection © David Douglas Duncan. Courtesy Harry Ransom Center.


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David Douglas Duncan (American, b. 1916), Pablo Picasso [enjoys a cigarette in the comfort of his bentwood rocker] in the center of his studio, La Californie, [1957]. David Douglas Duncan Papers and Photography Collection © David Douglas Duncan. Courtesy Harry Ransom Center.


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David Douglas Duncan (American, b. 1916). Picasso's face reflected for an instant, 1967. Digitally reproduced from original 35mm negative. David Douglas Duncan Papers and Photography Collection © David Douglas Duncan. Courtesy Harry Ransom Center.


 

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