Nobody in Bruce Davidson’s Oak Park, Chicago, middle-class family had any interest in the arts, and it was by chance that Bruce witnessed a neighborhood friend developing pictures. As Vicki Goldberg writes in her biography of Davidson, “It was the magic that hooked him, and it hooked him for life.”
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