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Hillary Rodham Clinton
Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan
Election Night 2000
©Robert A. Cumins
Hillary Rodham Clinton receives congratulations from Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan upon her election to the U.S. Senate from New York. Clinton ran for Senate when Moynihan announced his retirement. Exclusive Photograph was made in her suite on election night. November 7, 2000.
JetStar Roller Coaster, Seaside Heights, NJ
This 16 x 20 framed and signed triptych original print of the JetStar Roller Coaster in Seaside Heights, NJ, is now available only through the Robert A. Cumins Collection (specially priced at $195.00 with free shipping). JetStar was lifted into the Atlantic Ocean during Hurricane Sandy on October 29, 2012 and has become the iconic symbol of that Superstorm. On May 14, 2013, JetStar was dismantled and is now gone forever. For information on how to order this print, click
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Remembering Yitzhak Shamir.
In February 1988, photographer Robert A. Cumins had the rare opportunity to gain special access to this heretofore inaccessible world leader and provide readers around the globe with a visual insight into the private world of Yitzhak Shamir, who died this week at 96. Having total access to Shamir for ten days, first in Italy, then Israel, Cumins revealed him to be a thoughtful studious man, an avaricious reader who turned to books at every opportunity and a gentle husband and grandfather which belied the public image of a stiff-necked intransigent government leader. Following the photo opportunity, his images of Shamir appeared in Life Magazine, as a cover story in The New York Times Magazine and major magazines around the world. In the above photograph, Shamir is seen here looking at a picture of himself taken forty years earlier when was a commander in the Jewish Underground.
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'THE SNOWS OF JERUSALEM. 1980' Collection.
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September 11, 2001
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September 11, 2001 photograph, please click here
RABIN AND CLINTON
TOGETHER FOR THE LAST TIME
The Final Photographs
On this site, you can now see my exclusive photographs of the well known black tie event in Washington with Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and President Bill Clinton together for the last time. Immediately following this night time event in late October 1995, Rabin returned home to Israel where he was assassinated two weeks later.
The Israel-Egypt Peace Treaty. March 1979.
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The Kennedy Collection
SWANN Auction Galleries, New York
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS & SELECT PHOTOBOOKS
October 19, 2010
The sale featured 12 hand-made albums (prepared by Robert A. Cumins in 1963) with more than 340 wirephoto images depicting the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
---To learn more about my vintage Kennedy Collection of photographs and its October 19th auction in New York's Swann Auction Galleries, please click "News" on the toolbar above to locate the story.
An original chromogenic print of this image or others from the series (without the watermark) is available to serious collectors of historic photography. For more information, please email Robert A. Cumins at: RCUMINS@AOL.COM
Details: World Trade Center, September 11, 2001. Chromogenic print, with Cumins' signature and date in ink. 2001.
This image, which captured the approach of the second hijacked plane to the South Tower, appeared on the cover of People Magazine and won the 2001 National Press Photographers Association's Picture of the Year Award. It is part of the permanent collection and on display in the Newseum's 9/11 Gallery in Washington, DC. It is currently on exhibit at the New Jersey State Museum; 'Remember 9.11. Reflections and Memories from New Jersey.'