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In 1917 Alfred Steiglitz was a giant in the world of photography. His "Steiglitz Circle" included artists like Arthur Dove, Paul Strand and Georgia O'Keefe, "all of whom believed in the expression of a modern art, one that was distinctly 'American,'" according to Anne M. Lyden,...