Passing on a plea from a researcher at Vassar College named Mary-Kay Lombino, who is assembling a Polaroid photography exhibit to open in the spring of 2013. She is looking for a copy of Polaroid’s 1972 annual report, each copy of which had an original SX-70 print (a photo of a red rose) mounted on the cover. The copies at Harvard’s Baker Library are all missing their photos, and she wants to include one in the exhibition. Anyone who has a copy and would be willing to lend it, let me know and I’ll hook you up with her.
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