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In 2019, I was a curatorial intern in the Photography Department at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. I was tasked with organizing two vitrines of photographs taken by an anonymous mid-century photo-booth photographer c. 1930s-60s. Most were no larger than 2x2", but they presented a zany, earnest, performative, accidental portrait of America, witnessed across this eclectic pool of some 500 photographs. The vitrines can be seen in the fifth floor American galleries.