Starting in the 1980s, Chicago-based photographer Michael Abramson was a highly respected freelance photographer for national magazines, but during the 1970s he established himself as a gifted documentary photographer. Since just before Abramson’s death in 2011, his earlier work is now being rediscovered and appreciated for their historic and artistic value.
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