Story Behind the Picture: A Chalk Sketch

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Teacher Scott Banks took this photo of Sandra Ramirez in 1995. Scott Banks hide caption

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A woman draws a chalk image of another woman.

Teacher Scott Banks took this photo of Sandra Ramirez in 1995.

Scott Banks

Family photos hold the key to a treasure trove of memories and experiences. In the second in a series exploring the stories, thoughts and meaning behind images, teacher Scott Banks shares a memory of photographing one of his students.

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