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In film after film, he underscored history or, in contemporary films for him, gave later generations of Americans a fine look at the 1940s, 50s and 60s as through the lenses of his cameras.
SOURCE: The Nation
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The library has been without a director for two and a half years, ever since the departure of Timothy Naftali in 2011.
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