View Once-Classified Photos of Ground Zero Hiroshima - exhibition up to Aug 28th 2011
'International Center of Photography' in New York (icp.org) has some supposedly new photos of Hiroshima.http://emuseum.icp.org/view/objects/asimages/1420/10/primaryMakerAlpha-asc/dateBegin-asc;jsessionid=FB91A12F23D8AE6AEA3F7F65E2B33E88?t:state:flow=5f556dd1-fd3e-4c08-b62c-f478398a252c
They can be viewed one at a time. (I couldn't get the 'enlarge' feature to work, however). Very unimpressive -
no evidence that I could see for nuclear bombing, as opposed to conventional. All that I checked of the 65 were taken Oct-Nov 1945, i.e. about two or three months after the bombing, and of course therefore fairly useless as evidence..
This may be a different collection - the layout is unclear --http://emuseum.icp.org/view/objects/asimages/1420/12/primaryMakerAlpha-asc/dateBegin-asc;jsessionid=FB91A12F23D8AE6AEA3F7F65E2B33E88?t:state:flow=8d0f7c36-f502-4c16-b58b-cec3e9f8b444
Incidentally it's amusing to see photos described as 'silver halide gelatin emulsion' or similar phrases; typical of the portentousness of these places. A bit like calling a letter 'metal-applied fluid to mesh-formed pulped wood'.