Because researchers and publishers have recently begun "mining" these precious documents for material, which they boldly state they will "reproduce" rather than use the actual historical artifacts and photos, we have made this a page -that is in its entirety with all of its works Copyright © Diana Mara Henry - for your eyes only. Thank you for respecting a lifetime of labor and insight. Please EMAIL US....
following are photographic events with lots of epehmera, explained in
further detail, or photographs that are especially newsworthy again.
Photos by DMH at the Museum of the City of NY
Diana Mara Henry co-hosted the Sisterhood Salon with Linda Garcia-Merchant,
Maria Cotera and Jo Freeman at the 40th Anniversary of the Houston Conference, November 2017.
"The work of Diana Mara Henry is recognized as a National Treasure of History.
Click here to see the Du Bois Library U Mass Amherst Friends of the Library
fall reception honoring Diana Mara Henry and the people she photographed!
Rediscovering the Beautiful People:
- Charlotte Moorman at MOMA 1977
- Catching up with Michael Ansara
- Amnesty International 1975 Tribute to Sean MacBride
- Liebling II and Liebling III [More]
- Election Night in Plains, GA
- Lillian Gish, Anita Loos, Helen Hayes at MOMA
- Fashion Week at the Plaza
- Fran Lebowitz in Takashimaya Salon
- James Brown at Riker's Island - Mass Appeal article NEW!
- Ken Burns and Paul Barnes portraits published
- Tribute to Nepal
- Birthday party at the 21 Club
- Reconnecting with Melba Tolliver!
- Daniel Patrick Moynihan for Fiscal Times
- Catching up with Phyllis Chesler and Ariel Chesler
- Sylvia Sleigh and Lawrence Alloway
- A record of Everything! (Even Phyllis Schlafly...)
- Opening of the JFK Library
- Books & Co. at the Puck Building
- Memories of Georges Simenon and family
- What do the Women's Campaign Fund, Judy Chicago, Alice Neel, Stewart Mott
and Kappy Wells and the NY Feminist Art Institute have in common?
- What do the Jewish Women's Archive, the National Women's History Project,the FDIC, and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and the Schlesinger Library all have in common?
In Honor of Black History month:
Images here and slide show here!
- My Walk Through History
- Resurvey and all photographs of the First National Women's Conference
- to go online-view contact sheets
- Learn about Agnes Dill, of the Isleta Laguna tribe
- Stamp campaign progress
Liz Carpenter at Lincoln Center benefit for the National Women's Political Caucus
"We're tired of lickin' the good ole boys"
she wrote to DMH in support of the stamp campaign
to use Diana Mara Henry's photographs on US Postage stamps. She said
she wanted to be on a US postage stamp...Hope this photo will be it!
Diana Mara Henry's photograph of Daniel Patrick Moynihan
for the Harvard Crimson in 1967 in a GSA showcase 2012.
Photographs are all Copyright © Diana Mara Henry, so please email us for permission to reproduce....Thank you!
The best thing since sliced bread! Adam Rabin's interview!
Now for something completely different! (newsletter)
(Click on photo for story and video about Shooting James Brown)
New York Foundation for the Arts salutes Diana Mara Henry
Here are photos of Gloria Steinem!
Chronology of DMH career in photography
DMH AS YET UNSEEN
Nancy Reagan and Ronald Reagan R.I.P.
A passel of press passes
What's going on here?
Read about Fashion as Fantasy at Rizzoli Bookstore
Your invitation to the premiere of NINE-TO-FIVE,
Jane Fonda speaking to Women Office Workers
and Jane Fonda and Tom Hayden
How about Larry Rivers at the Jewish Museum?
How about Diane Von Furstenberg and André Leon Talley?
Men we've lost:
In loving and grateful memory of Bill Mollison, founder of Permaculture,
who taught me how to live well on earth...
See him on https://www.permakulturtipps.de/allgemein/erinnerungen-an-bill-mollison/
Alfred del Bello, 5/17/2015
George McGovern: A meeting, a book and a tribute
Sargent Shriver historic photographs
Cornell Capa is gone-Harold Edgerton,
Ernst Haas,Marty Peretz,Erik Erikson
Ted Kennedy, Sargent and Eunice Shriver depart
Governor Mario Cuomo, Father Drinan, James Brown depart
Frank Oz introduces Cookie Monster at Ad Council
press conference, 11/06/74, photographed by DMH.
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