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Berenice Abbott, 1898-1991
Penn Station Interior, New York City, July 1936

1936

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1936 Silver print mounted on 20x24-inch ragboard 16 x 20 in. Stamped "Berenice Abbott, Abbott Village, Maine 04406"
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