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Harley-Davidson Museum to showcase rare photos

9:08 AM, Oct. 4, 2013
Rare images like this one on more than 400 glass negatives will be showcased at The Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee starting Oct. 18.
Rare images like this one on more than 400 glass negatives will be showcased at The Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee starting Oct. 18.
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The Harley-Davidson Museum, 400 W. Canal St., is preparing to unveil rarely seen photos at "Exposed! Harley-Davidson's Lost Photographs, 1915-1916."

The exhibit, which runs Oct. 18 through Jan. 1, features 59 Harley-Davidson company photographs from a collection of more than 400 glass plate negatives.

The fragile, five-inch by seven-inch glass plate negatives were discovered last year in storage at the Milwaukee County Historical Society. They were used to produce high-quality prints of employee portraits, staged images for marketing materials, photos of the 1916 ...

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