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HENRY LUCE
NARRATOR: Henry Luce always had a fascination with what he called "picture magic". To introduce his new magazine to the world, he wrote an essay which described the many powers of photography. "To see life. To see the world. To watch the faces of the poor, and the gestures of the proud. To see strange things. Machines, armies, multitudes, and shadows in the jungle. To see, and to take pleasure in seeing. To see and be instructed. To see and be amazed..." - Henry Luce - This was directly from "American Photography: A Century of Images" off the following site: http://www.pbs.org/ktca/americanphotography/filmandmore/index.html It is the transcript of the video for teachers.

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