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Photojournalism

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This guide is intended to help you find a selection of photojournalism resources. For further assistance, please ask a Library staff member for assistance.

News photographers, from left, Jonathan Ernst, Reuters; Jim Watson, Agence France Presse; Khue Bui, Newsweek; Charles Dharapak, Associated Press and Stefan Zaklin, European Pressphoto Agency, focus on Helen Thomas, the most senior journalist of the White House press corps, during a farewell for the cramped and worn White House press briefing room, in the West Wing, Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2006, in Washington. The White House has scheduled the run-down, outdated space for a massive renovation. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

J. Scott Applewhite. Goodbye West Wing. August 02, 2006. Associated Press. AP Images.

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