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b. born 1934
Denise and Shadows, Chicago,
1977 (printed 1980).
Gelatin silver print.
380 x 275 mm (15 x 10.8 in.).
DAC accession number 1987.40.3.
Gift of Philippe M. Salomon (BA Wesleyan 1970), 1987.
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