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6 months ago
The Democratic Vision of a Lost and Found Early-Twentieth-Century Portrait Photographer squib
Sarah Blackwood writes about the photography of Hugh Mangum, who, in the Jim Crow era, set up studios across the South that were open to white and black sitters alike.
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