The Vicos Photographs of John Collier Jr. and Mary E.T. Collier

@article{Collier2003TheVP,
  title={The Vicos Photographs of John Collier Jr. and Mary E.T. Collier},
  author={Malcolm Collier},
  journal={Visual Anthropology},
  year={2003},
  volume={16},
  pages={159 - 206}
}
A selection of pages is presented from an unpublished book layout of photographs made by John Collier Jr. and Mary E.T. Collier in Peru during the 1950s, with a brief introduction and afterword by Malcolm Collier. 
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