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The Harvard Bullentyin: A December sampler

Photographers.

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Photographers are forever going about striking their cameras into the faces of perfectly innocent people. Any exposed to such treatment has a right to fell aggressed upon, for few things are more intimidating than the pale yellow eye of a wide-angle lens examining one's flaws from three feet off. Yet, where would the world be without Photographers, these compulsive image-makers? The editors of the Harvars Bulletin on the whole approve of Photographers. Who communicate the best they can without benefit of the truly noble written word...

From a photo-essay on Harvard's staff Photographers, by Barbara Boatner'63'.

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