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Baldwin Lee : Black Americans in the South


When Baldwin Lee first arrived in the south, he did not know what he would photograph. He took a 2,000-mile exploratory trip on the back roads photographing anything that interested him with his 4 x 5-inch view camera. “My subjects included landscapes, cityscapes, close-up details, night studies, interiors of commercial and residential buildings, and portraits of people—white and black, old and young, rural and urban, well-to-do and poor,” he writes in his manuscript, In Consideration of Photographing in the South. “Upon proofing the film, I saw that the suspicion I had had while making the photographs was confirmed—what interested me...

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