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Ninalee Allen Craig, the beauty in Ruth Orkin’s famous photo of Florence, dies at 90

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“It was a lark.” That is how Ninalee Allen Craig describes the day in 1951 when she and photographer Ruth Orkin embarked on a photographic excursion through Florence that took them from the banks of the Arno to the Piazza della Repubblica. There, Orkin shot a picture that would become an enduring emblem of post-World War II femininity—and male chauvinism....

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