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on lower right verso in ink: Man - Tenancingo / Mexico - 1933 / Paul Strand; upper left verso in ink: Vintage Platinum Print; center left verso in ink: To Hazel with love - Mar 8 - 1974; by later hand, lower right verso in graphite: MEX-POR-593 / gift P-H; by later hand, upper right verso in graphite: 5-


Paul Strand Archive, Aperture Foundation, Millerton, NY; Southwestern Bell Corporation, St. Louis, MO; gift to NGA, 1991

Exhibition History
Greenough 1990, p. 160, illus. p. 89 (recto only exhibited)
Paul Strand: An American Vision, National Gallery of Art; The Art Institute of Chicago; Saint Louis Art Museum; The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, San Francisco; Victoria and Albert Museum, 1990 - 1992, unnumbered catalogue.
Newhall, Nancy. Paul Strand. Photographs 1915-1945. New York, 1945: p. 29 (recto only).
Skopec, Rudolph. "Paul Strand. Master of World Photography." (Ceskoslovenska Fotografie 10 (Prague, 1962), p. 22 (recto only)
Coumans, Willem K. "Photo Graphie brengt de werkelijkheid van Paul Strand." Foto (March 1969), p. 121-3 (recto only)
Hawarth-Booth, Mark. Paul Strand. Aperture Masters of Photography. Number One (Millerton, 1987), p. 39 (recto only)
Milani, Joanne. "Paul Strand was True to his Vision of the World." The Tampa Tribune (27 June, 1989), p. 1F
Greenough 1990, p. 160, illus. p. 89 (recto only)
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