The work of former Pittsburgh Courier photographer, Charles H. "Teenie" Harris, is being shown at the Westmorland Museum of American Art in Greensburg, Pa. The pictures had been controlled by a private dealer for over 10 years. A recent court decision released the photos, which have been moved to the museum and are being studied by scholars. A new documentary about Harris' life called One Shot debuted at the museum earlier this month. Linda Wertheimer talks with Henry Simonds, co-curator for the Teenie Harris exhibit and editor and associate producer of the film.
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