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220 x 277 mm (8.7 x 10.9 in.)
Jonathan D. Roemer, American, b. born 1963
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- image Dimensions: 220 x 277 mm (8.7 x 10.9 in.)
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Jonathan D. Roemer, American, b. born 1963 . Meriden, 1985, 1985. Gelatin silver print. image : 220 x 277 mm (8.7 x 10.9 in.). Sheet : 279 x 356 mm (11 x 14 in.). DAC accession number 1985.14.3. Russell T. Limbach Memorial Fund, 1985.
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