In 1800, when the tapestry cap was made, Aleppo was a major textile center, dotted with workshops where silk was woven and crafted. This 1873 photograph shows a Muslim man and woman from the region. Courtesy of The Textile Museum hide caption

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The Picture Show

Looking For Lost Memories In The Delta

Photographer Eugene Richards explains why, 40 years after his first visit to the Arkansas Delta, he decided to go back.

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