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What the United States looked like in the 1960s to an Italian photographer
the washington post
Dec 11, 2018
Mario Carnicelli crisscrossed the United States taking photos. By Kenneth Dickermann

In 2010, Mario Carnicelli contacted photography curator Barbel Reinhard and asked if she would take a look at some of his old negatives. At the time, Carnicelli had closed the photography store he had operated in Florence since the 1970s. But Carnicelli turned out to be more than just a photography store owner. In fact, before opening his store, Carnicelli had had an entirely different life — as a photographer. 

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