--Tench Coxe, An American Citizen, No. 2, 1787
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Nina Lynn (1909-1995) was born in Russia, grew up in Europe, where she began to engage in animalistic photography, and in 1939 moved to the U.S.. She was one of the first women photographers magazine Life, which became famous through a series of photo stories about the manners and customs of American society. Ticklish teenage girls, sophisticated models, the popular actress and a simple housewife, trapped in her lens on the eve of the sexual revolution, seen today as symbols of a bygone era last forever feminine.
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