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Subject: [Leica] "Che Guevara" booklet PDF
From: pdzwig at (Peter Dzwig)
Date: Mon May 10 06:37:59 2004
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My curiosity is piqued (we can discuss how to pronounce that another time). Why 
is it called the "Che Guevara" booklet?


Paul Hardy Carter wrote:

> Thanks Bob, but I've found mine now. I just wanted to check my recollection that the Khaldei Reichstag picture was used as an example, which it was.
> Sal had a feeling it had been taken on a 4x5 - and I'm still not actually sure it wasn't... Does anyone know?
> There's a story that Bob Capa gave Khaldei a Speed Graphic after the war, but I think he used 35mm (Leica or FED, I guess) up till then.
> P.
> At 16:46 -0500, 9/5/04, Robert Palmieri wrote:
>>Paul -
>>I have the booklet.  If there's a particular page that you need scanned,
>>do tell.
>>Bob Palmieri
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