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About this collection

With his poems and photographs, O. James Fox poignantly depicted what he saw as he served as an eyewitness to one neighborhood in Indianapolis during the post-World War II period. Although urban renewal and an interstate belt have altered and demolished the physical structures, Fox's work bears witness to an era and a community. Collection guide.

 
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