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Published on Jul 15, 2019
Did you ever witness an event and say to yourself, “this is going to be a pivotal couple of minutes. History will remember this. Let’s take some pictures.”
If you answered yes, you’re a psychic and a liar. We talk to The Museum of the City of New York's lead curator, Sara Seidman, who talks about the Stonewall and the photographic legacy of Fred W. McDarrah.
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