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Unmarked recto; inscribed verso, upper center, in graphite: "3 [encircled]"; verso, center, in graphite: "205 [upside-down] 5 [encircled]"; stamped verso, lower center, upside-down, in blue ink: "LEWIS W. HINE / INTERPRETIVE PHOTOGRAPHY / HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON, NEW YORK"; inscribed verso, lower right, upside-down, in graphite: "IC2"
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Art Institute of Chicago, “Seldom Seen Photographs from the Permanent Collection,” June 5, 1976-August 15, 1976.
Art Institute of Chicago, “The Concerned Photographer” March 18, 2006–June 11, 2006. (Katherine Bussard, Newell Smith, Greg Harris)
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