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Alex Beam

Through the lens of time

By Alex Beam
Globe Staff / September 22, 2009

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In the late 1960s, the Polaroid Corp. had an interesting idea. The company recruited the world’s best-known photographers, such as Ansel Adams, William Wegman, and Andy Warhol, provided them with free film and studio space, and said: Have a ball. When you are finished, please give us a few prints, which we will include in our corporate collection. (Full article: 675 words)

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