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The mystery is deepening over who created 65 glass photographic plates bought at a California garage sale for $45 by a man who believes they were created by famed nature photographer Ansel Adams.

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Pics by 'Uncle Earl,' not Ansel Adams?updated: Fri Jul 30 2010 07:57:00

A California woman tells affiliate KTVU that she thinks her uncle took pictures another man claims are from Ansel Adams.

Controversy over 'lost' Ansel Adams photos turns negativeupdated: Thu Jul 29 2010 08:40:00

A claim that several dozen glass plates bought for $45 at a garage sale were negatives from Ansel Adams brought an angry response of disbelief from the man who oversees the famed photographer's trust.

Ansel Adams' grandson disputes claimsupdated: Thu Jul 29 2010 08:40:00

Ansel Adams' grandson doesn't believe there is enough evidence to prove the negatives Rick Norsigian found are authentic.

People.com: Ansel Adams's Family Questions Authenticity of Garage Sale Findupdated: Wed Jul 28 2010 20:08:00

They claim the glass negatives are worthless and the founder Rick Norsigian is a fraud

People.com: Pictures Bought for $45 at Garage Sale Worth $200 Millionupdated: Wed Jul 28 2010 07:27:00

An antique shopper hits the jackpot with glass negatives traced to famed photographer Ansel Adams

Experts: Ansel Adams photos found at garage sale worth $200 millionupdated: Tue Jul 27 2010 21:01:00

Rick Norsigian kept two boxes he bought at a garage sale under his pool table for four years before realizing they may be too valuable to store at home.

10 homeschooled celebritiesupdated: Thu Apr 23 2009 10:32:00

Agatha Christie was a painfully shy girl, so her mom homeschooled her even though her two older siblings attended private school.

Slow down and enjoy Taos, New Mexicoupdated: Wed Feb 18 2009 11:35:00

Taos feels like a comfortable Navajo blanket, wrapping you with coziness and color. Pueblos with their sandy hues. Warmth despite the snow on the ground and majestic mountains as a backdrop. Crackling fires in kiva fireplaces and smoke billowing from chimneys.

Fortune: Fortune's greatest photo archivesupdated: Mon Apr 23 2007 10:45:00

Fortune invented magazine photojournalism, hiring luminaries like Ansel Adams and Walker Evans. The photos featured here represent some of the best examples of that tradition.

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