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Documentarian with Props DORIS ULMANNS VISION OF AN IDEAL AMERICA
Portraitist as Documentarian DOROTHEA LANGES DEPICTION OF AMERICAN INDIVIDUALISM
A Radical Vision on Film MARION POSTS PORTRAYAL OF COLLECTIVE STRENGTH
Of Machines and People MARGARET BOURKEWHITES ISOLATION OF PRIMARY COMPONENTS
Modernism Ascendant BERENICE ABBOTTS PERCEPTION OF THE EVOLVING CITYSCAPE
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