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Teenie Harris

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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