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Like fun house mirrors, motion pictures over the past one hundred years have reflected, challenged, influenced, and altered our visions of ourselves and the world in which we live. This virtual Exhibition was produced by the Photographic History Collection at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History as a centennial salute to cinema. The site contains a selection of early equipment, posters, and photographs from the Museum collections.
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