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Our Teen-age Boys & Girls

Maggie Lee
Gottlund Verlag
Artists' Books
15 × 21.5 × 0.3 cm

“Two years ago, my friend Tod Seelie was in a thrift store in Ohio and found these negatives of students circa 1970. There is little evidence of who these teenagers were but he gave them to me and said something like, you should have this, make something cool.“

-Maggie Lee

The text was taken from Lester and Alice Crow’s Our Teen-age Boys and Girls, which was published in 1945. These are case studies of wayward youth and the book discusses further on ways to care for these troubled adolescents.

  1. Our Teen-age Boys & Girls

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