As it turns out, these two men are the brothers of a young woman named Camille Roche, the photographer behind the mystery roll of film Bieber found. Camille Roche/Courtesy Todd Bieber hide caption

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Lost Roll Of Film Returns To Mystery Photographer

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Stereo photographs, called Kromograms, show the earthquake-damaged San Francisco of 1906. They are thought to be the first color photographs from one of the worst natural disasters in U.S. history. Frederick Eugene Ives/Smithsonian's National Museum of American History hide caption

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Science Nerds Meet Foodies In 'Modernist Cuisine'

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'Smiling Indians' Depicts A Lighter Side Of Native Americans

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