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Travis, David. 2005. “Paris: Photographs from a Time that Was.” Art Institute of Chicago/Yale University Press. p. 36.
Art Institute of Chicago, “Bystander: A History of Street Photography,” December 10, 1994-April 16, 1995; traveled to the San Jose Museum of Art, January 16-April 4, 1999 (Chicago only). (Colin Westerbeck)
Art Institute of Chicago, “Out of a Dark Room: Photographic Variations from the Permanent Collection,” April 15–September 10, 1995. (Sylvia Wolf)
Art Institute of Chicago, “Paris: Photographs from a Time that Was,” August 13-November 6, 2005. (David Travis)
Art Institute of Chicago, “Alfred Stieglitz and the 19th Century,” October 31, 2015-March 27, 2016. (Elizabeth Siegel)
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