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Forensic Foraging - Photography to Unlock the Unseen by William C. Crawford
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The Barcelona Journal Murders - The Trials and Tribulations of a Photographer in 1906 by Jonathan Coan Daifuku
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Texas As I See It - An Intentionally, But Only Slightly, Twisted View of the Lone Star State by Warren Paul Harris
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Mistress of the Rock by Myron Edwards
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