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Gallery view

1959

Halpern, Joel Martin

Girls surround seller of yarn

Nepal - Three girls sit and talk to a seller of yarns. Yarn is collected on a skein winder nearby. An old model car is parked on the flagstones nearby.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1957

Halpern, Joel Martin

Woman meditating on a docked sampan

China - A woman sitting cross-legged seems to be meditating on a docked sampan. Laundry hangs all over the boat. Coils of ropes are at her side.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1961

Halpern, Joel Martin

Busy street in St. Petersburg

Russia - People cross at an intersection of two busy streets in St. Petersburg. Cars and streetcars compete for the road. Apartment buildings line the other side of the street.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1956

Halpern, Joel Martin

Close up portrait of a woman weaving

India - In Ranchi, a woman weaves a mat while her baby sleeps close by.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1961

Halpern, Joel Martin

Buildings of the Holy Trinity Monastery

Russia - A small chapel outside a painted colonade entrance is shown. Steps leading to the area, with a balustrade are also pictured. Sergiev Posad was called Zagorsk at this time.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1961

Halpern, Joel Martin

Street bookseller

Russia - A woman sells books at a table near a phone booth. Within the booth, two women are talking. Pedestrians walk past. This is in St. Petersburg, then known as Leningrad.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1961

Halpern, Joel Martin

Uzbek family

Asia, Central - Parents with two young children sit near a wall. One child is holding a photograph, which may be a polaroid Joel M. Halpern often used to give away to the subjects he photographed. This is near Bukhara, Uzbekistan.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1959

Halpern, Joel Martin

People in the streets of Kathmandu

Nepal - People crowd the streets of Kathmandu for a local festival.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1961

Halpern, Joel Martin

Building within the Holy Trinity Monastery

Russia - A brick structure within the grounds of the Holy Trinity Monastery in Sergiev Posad is shown. Sergiev Posad was called Zagorsk at this time.

Joel M. Halpern Papers