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Fulton, Geoffrey (photographer) Reed, Sally
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Dorothea Redmond's class. Dorothea Redmond is giving a crit of student work.
Dorothea Redmond's class. Dorothea Redmond is giving a crit of student work.

Dorothea Redmond's class. Dorothea Redmond is giving a crit of student w...

Dorothea Redmond's class. Dorothea Redmond is giving a crit of student work.

Dorothea Redmond's class. Dorothea Redmond is giving a crit of student w...

Dorothea Redmond's class. Dorothea Redmond is giving a crit of student work. Sally Reed (ADVT 1963) is 2nd from right in frames U, V and W; 4th from front in frames M and N.

Marge Lenz (L) from Mademoiselle magazine and Sally Reed (ADVT 1963) looking ...

Marge Lenz (L) from Mademoiselle magazine and Sally Reed (ADVT 1963) looking at examples of her work displayed on a wall in the gallery.

Sally Behrens (ADVT 1963) working in class.

Sally Behrens (ADVT 1963) working in class.

Sally Reed (ADVT 1963) painting with Karen Ahmanson.

Sally Reed (ADVT 1963) painting with Karen Ahmanson.

Sally Reed (ADVT 1963) painting with Karen Ahmanson.

Sally Reed (ADVT 1963) painting with Karen Ahmanson.

Sally Reed (ADVT 1963) presents her bathing suit advertising design as George...

Sally Reed (ADVT 1963) presents her bathing suit advertising design as George Rappaport (ADVT 1947) critiques it.
Sally Reed (ADVT 1963) presents her bathing suit advertising design as George Rappaport (ADVT 1947) critiques it.
Sally Reed (ADVT 1963) presents her bathing suit advertising design as George Rappaport (ADVT 1947) critiques it.

Sally Reed (ADVT 1963) presents her bathing suit advertising design as George...

Sally Reed (ADVT 1963) presents her bathing suit advertising design as George Rappaport (ADVT 1947) critiques it.
Sally Reed (ADVT 1963) presents her bathing suit advertising design as George Rappaport (ADVT 1947) critiques it.
Sally Reed (ADVT 1963) presents her bathing suit advertising design as George Rappaport (ADVT 1947) critiques it.