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  • "Well," my friend Daile once calmly commented in the midst of an intense work disaster that would normally have driven her quite mad, "at least nobody died."

    Donna Henes: Giving Thanks Every Day

  • "Well," my friend Daile once calmly commented in the midst of an intense work disaster that would normally have driven her quite mad, "at least nobody died."

    Giving Thanks Every Day

  • "Well," my friend Daile once calmly commented in the midst of an intense work disaster that would normally have driven her quite mad, "at least nobody died."

    Donna Henes: Giving Thanks Every Day

  • His nudity uncommented on, he attacks the canine crooks as secret agent Air Daile, the flying dog.

    Krypto Joins the Space Canine Patrol Agency!

  • Flummoxed by his speed, the poaching pups sic their "doggysaur" on Krypto/Air Daile:

    Krypto Joins the Space Canine Patrol Agency!

  • Flummoxed by his speed, the poaching pups sic their "doggysaur" on Krypto/Air Daile:

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • His nudity uncommented on, he attacks the canine crooks as secret agent Air Daile, the flying dog.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Daile Kaplan, from the saleroom, said: Monroe arrived in Hollywood in 1946 and she was looking for traction and like so many started out as a model.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Daile Kaplan, vice president and director of photographs at Swann Galleries in New York, said, "There is a market for select images from Weegee's Holllywood period - even if it is not as robust as the market for his gritty, vintage prints of New York City."

    NYT > Home Page

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