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Vol. 13, No. 2: Photography

Huddle Brothers; Ivanhoe, Virginia; Circa 1963

by David Huddle

“. . . someone picks up a snapshot and says, just before tossing it to oblivion, ‘My god, who are these quaint people?'”

Stiffly posed before the forsythia bush, they wear
coats, ties, and bemused faces, as if their mother’s
just called them from the porch, “You boys
hold your shoulders back and stand up straight.”

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