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WR152: Silverware to Skyscrapers

Silverware to Skyscrapers: Objects, Power, and Hidden Histories

AIDS Quilt at Washington Monument

In this photograph taken by AP Images for AIDS Healthcare Foundation, the last panel of the AIDS quilt lays on the ground with the Washington Monument in the background during the closing of the AIDS quilt memorial, Tuesday, July 24, 2012, in Washington. The AIDS quilt memorial is being put away but not forgotten. (Larry French/AP Images for AIDS Healthcare Foundation) Via AP Images database


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