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One of the negatives discovered by Rick Norsigian. Courtesy Rick Norsigian hide caption

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Ansel Adams Or Not? The Answer's Worth Millions

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Ansel Adams Heirs Challenge Garage-Sale Negatives

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Steve McCurry's famous "Afghan Girl," Peshawar, Pakistan, 1984. Steve McCurry hide caption

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Exposed: The Last Roll Of Kodachrome

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A soldier with Bravo Company, 101st Airborne Div., yells for more ammunition while trying to suppress heavy enemy fire. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Friend Or Foe? In Afghanistan, The Picture Is Unclear

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The white circle marks the location where the Deepwater Horizon rig exploded April 20. The dark black swirls in the center of the image are oil. NASA hide caption

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