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Diane Arbus' Identical Twins, Present at the Creation
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Diane Arbus' Identical Twins, Present at the Creation

Diane Arbus' Identical Twins, Present at the Creation

Diane Arbus' Identical Twins, Present at the Creation
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Diane Arbus' mysterious photo of girl twins is one of modern photography's most recognizable images. On Morning Edition, as part of NPR's Present at the Creation series, Madeleine Brand has the story behind the famous 1967 photo of sisters who are identical but not the same.

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