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Modernism’s Slyest Lens

Modernism’s Slyest Lens

Modernism's Slyest Lens

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But the architect's sustained patronage was not enough to support Guerrero and his growing family, and after serving in the army during World War II he turned to commercial photography in New York City and moved to New Canaan, Connecticut—then the
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