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Center Creative Photography archives
Tucson

Archivial room is a restricted area, not for public visiting.

Here you'll find big prints as the one in the panorama, 

an Richard Avedon photograph:
Boyd Fortin, Thirteen Years Old Rattlesnake Skinner,
Sweet Water, Texas.
Shot on  March 10 - 1979

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