When I was working in Paris, I had a beautiful leather camera case made. It looked like a diplomat’s briefcase. With a necktie on, and if my suit fit, I could walk right into places where they threw the other bums out. I photographed 11 kings. I got the kings of Norway, Sweden and Belgium, and the Queen of Holland, and two would-be kings of France, and the crown prince of Germany (the Kaiser's grandson) and the kings of Italy, Spain, Morocco and Jordan.
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