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[Lollipop] / Ralph Steiner.

[Lollipop] / Ralph Steiner.

 
 
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Summary

Photograph showing wall of posters advertising the musical comedy "Lollipop" with Ada May (i.e., Ada Mae) Weeks; news stand in foreground.
Ralph Steiner was affiliated with the Clarence H. White School of Photography.
Title, subject, and physical description data provided by donor.
Purchase ; Coville Photographic Art Foundation ; 2002 ; (DLC/PP-2002:008).
Forms part of: Warren and Margot Coville collection.
Published in: Pictorialism into modernism: the Clarence H. White School of Photography / edited by Marianne Fulton; with text by Bonnie Yochelson and Kathleen A. Erwin, 1996, p. 113.
Exhibited: American Treasures of the Library of Congress, Library of Congress, 2005-2006.

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Date

01/01/1922
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Contributors

Steiner, Ralph, 1899-1986, photographer
Clarence H. White School of Photography.
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No known restrictions on reproduction. For information see "Ralph Steiner Rights and Restrictions Information" (http://www.loc.gov/rr/print/res/555_stei.html)

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