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Suzanne Keller, 2004

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Renowned sociologist and professor Suzanne Keller.
Photo: Princeton University, Office of Communications, Denise Applewhite, 2004

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Renowned sociologist and professor Suzanne Keller.
Photo: Princeton University, Office of Communications, Denise Applewhite, 2004

Suzanne Keller, 2004, Cropped

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Renowned sociologist and professor Suzanne Keller.
Photo: Princeton University, Office of Communications, Denise Applewhite, 2004

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Renowned sociologist and professor Suzanne Keller.
Photo: Princeton University, Office of Communications, Denise Applewhite, 2004

Frances Feldman, 1912 - 2008

Frances Lomas Feldman was born in Philadelphia on December 3, 1912 to Jewish immigrants from Ukraine. The youngest of six children, she moved with her family to Los Angeles when she was eight years old, and remained a lifelong Angelino.

Jacob, by Dawoud Bey, 2005

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Jacob, by Dawoud Bey, 2005. Pigment Print, with interview by Dan Collison and Elizabeth Meister.
Courtesy of Dawoud Bey. Commissioned by the Jewish Museum for the exhibition The Jewish Identity Project: New American Photography.
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Jacob, by Dawoud Bey, 2005. Pigment Print, with interview by Dan Collison and Elizabeth Meister.

Courtesy of Dawoud Bey. Commissioned by the Jewish Museum for the exhibition The Jewish Identity Project: New American Photography.

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Barbara Myerhoff

Myerhoff was a renowned scholar, heading the University of Southern California's anthropology department in Los Angeles where she lived and raised her family. A creative and extremely popular professor, she urged her students to use the tools of anthropology to question and better understand their own lives and the lives of others. But Myerhoff's influence also reached far beyond academia, and she touched a broad audience with her books and films.

Ramon Medina Silva Visiting Barbara Myerhoff's Class

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Ramon Medina Silva speaking to Barbara Myerhoff's class about his culture.
Courtesy of Nick Myerhoff
Ramon Medina Silva speaking to Barbara Myerhoff's class about his culture.
Courtesy of Nick Myerhoff

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Deena Metzger with Nancy Bacal, Jane Alexander Stewart, and Myerhoff

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Deena Metzger celebrates her birthday with (from left to right) Nancy Bacal, Jane Alexander Stewart, Metzger, Myerhoff.

Courtesy of Nick Myerhoff.

Deena Metzger celebrates her birthday with (from left to right) Nancy Bacal, Jane Alexander Stewart, Metzger, Myerhoff.

Courtesy of Nick Myerhoff.

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Barbara Myerhoff

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Barbara Myerhoff as a young woman.
Courtesy of Nick Myerhoff.
Barbara Myerhoff as a young woman.
Courtesy of Nick Myerhoff.

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Barbara Myerhoff Receiving the Name of a Sacred Peyote-Seeker, Yarn Painting

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Yarn painting of Barbara Myerhoff receiving the name of a sacred Peyote-Seeker.
Courtesy of the University Archives, University of Southern California.
Yarn painting of Barbara Myerhoff receiving the name of a sacred Peyote-Seeker.
Courtesy of the University Archives, University of Southern California.

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Barbara Myerhoff with Lupe Silva and her Daughter

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Barbara Myerhoff with Lupe Silva and her daughter.
Courtesy of the University Archives, University of Southern California.
Barbara Myerhoff with Lupe Silva and her daughter.
Courtesy of the University Archives, University of Southern California.

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