Objects & Places from Diane Arbus: A Biography

Patricia Bosworth
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Russeks - This place is a fur store on 5th Avenue.

Park Ave - This place is an upscale part of New York City with luxurious apartments.

Ethical Culture School - This school was founded by a humanist rabbi.

Fielston School - This school is taught students about the "real world" through ethics classes.

Alice in Wonderland - This item provided captions to a portfolio on children.

Central Park - This place was the favorite haunt of Diane as a teen.

Mud Show - This event is a small carnival which travels from town to town, featuring rides, games and freak shows.

Bennington - This school is where Howard Nemerov taught for twenty years.

New York Museum of Modern Art - This place was the site of two exhibits in which Diane's photos were included.

John Robert Powers Agency - This company supplied models for fashion...

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