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1. "The well known Johann Sebastian Bach memorial in front of St Thomas's Church [in Leipzig] is now being cleaned and repatinated. It was cast in 1908 based on a design by the sculptor Carl Seffner. The cleaning work is now being carried out by the same firm" (Allgemeiner Deutscher Nachrichtendienst–Zentralbild, 24 October 1984).
Photographer: Waltraud Grubitzsch (née Raphael)
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2. "An unemployed man who is trying to earn a few pennies as a busker is confronted by policemen and taken to the station" (ca. 1930).
Photographer: Eugen Heilig (1892–1975)
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3. "Youth Gymnastics and Sports Games in Leipzig. The climax of the Youth Gymnastics and Sports Games in Leipzig was the presentation ceremony for the young sports men and women. Karl Namokel spoke to the young people in the Central Stadium. The entry of our military bands was greeted with great enthusiasm by the audience and the participants alike" (Allgemeiner Deutscher Nachrichtendienst–Zentralbild, 21 July 1957).
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1. All recent content:
Hermann Großmann, photo of a sculpture by Clodion [Claude Michel], Three cherubs making music and dancing (bronze and marble, 20,5 x 17 x 19 cm), negative, 1957. Courtesy of Deutsche Fotothek (df_hauptkatalog_0134482).
Germin [Gerd Mingram], A blind teacher instructing blind and partially-sighted pupils at a School for the blind in Hamburg-Lerchenfeld, 1949, 13 x 18 cm. Courtesy of Deutsche Fotothek (df_ger-pos_0004532)
Unknown photographer, photo from Hans Schomburgk's Africa expedition of 1931/32, 6 x 9 cm. Courtesy of Deutsche Fotothek (df_a_0056216_004).
4. Reviewed elsewhere:
Richard Peter, jun., mariners' carnival, Bad Schandau (Saxony), 1955, negative. Courtsey of Deutsche Fotothek (df_pj_0000067_017).