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After years of prosperity following World War I, the U.S. economy began to rapidly decline before the stock-market crash in 1929 triggered the Great Depression.

Edward Steichen (1879-1973), who was working as a fashion photographer at the time, was nevertheless determined to focus on the bright side of society, creating vibrant and romantic imagery.

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