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Alfred Stieglitz, Joseph T. Keiley, James Montgomery Flagg, F. Benedict Herzog, Arthur Radclyffe Dugmore

(American, 1877–1960)

Camera Work, No. 17

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Artist

Alfred Stieglitz, Joseph T. Keiley, James Montgomery Flagg, F. Benedict Herzog, Arthur Radclyffe Dugmore

Date

1907

Dimensions

Overall: 12 × 8 1/2 inches (30.5 × 21.6 cm)

Credit Line

Gift of Edward D. Klein, Class of 1972, MBA 1973, and Muriel Klein, Class of 1972

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Number

83.131.003.003

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