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Alma Lavenson, Glass Study, c1930

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Alma Lavenson, who lived through the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and saw the Transamerica Pyramid erected, had a long, remarkable and largely unknown photography career.

"Yes! Chips!" "RM, those are noodles." "Whatever. Chip noodles. Happy? They were already stale before the outbreak." "That's because you boil them." "Who boils chips?" "They're not chips! Christ. Fucking forget it." | https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12115082/1/Beautiful-Tragedy

In the second of our Class of 2014 series we visit the abandoned homes of Wonder Valley with RISD grad Julie Gautier-Downes

Old Chemistry Lab

An old Chemistry Lab with equipment with French and Latin writing.

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