By Langford, James Warren; Langford, James Warren; Langford, Martha; Langford, John W
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Others slides offer different kinds of proof. ”97 The ndc hoped to hear from speakers of the highest calibre and position. ”98 The word “supplement” can be taken as encompassing the possibilities of confirmation and modification – the power of seeing for oneself, as distinct from other ways of gathering information, though never quite correcting them for two somewhat contradictory reasons. First, the ways of seeing were in a sense pre-framed by exposure to images from the mass media that were embedded in ideological constructions.
A cord or hose snakes across the The North American Tour 47 Figures 16 and 17 San Diego, California, January 1963 Figure 18 San Diego, California, January 1963 50 deck under the protagonists’ feet. Things are not shipshape, in other words, and the sailor in work shirt looking down from above seems to be counting the minutes until the visitors leave. The Oriskany had come into San Diego in mid-December and was taking part in operational training exercises: enter Course Sixteen. But even at this random, in-between moment, the sheer scale of the warship is impressive, and the dwarfed ndc visitors are on their best behaviour: no horsing around as in North Bay.
93 Never? Consider how his wife, and bed partner, might have responded to that little quip – probably just as he meant it, as an expression of his public persona. At the same time, he was taking photographs for personal interest and to show his family where he had been during these long absences, holidays from family life to which he was entitled by virtue of his professional status. 94 Many of our father’s photographs were taken on rest days; they prove that he was not resting but taking very long walks to survey the terrain.
A Cold War tourist and his camera by Langford, James Warren; Langford, James Warren; Langford, Martha; Langford, John W