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Beth O
Beth O • 2 years ago

Don't Stop Believing, 1936. I love this photograph. The subject seems disturbs and somewhat curious about getting her picture taking. I wonder: what is she thinking? This 80 year old woman and her husband were living in a squatter's camp. I'm wondering if they ever got settled down.

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