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Julius Shulman

October 21, 1994

* It was a pleasure to read the interview with Julius Shulman in the Opinion section of Oct. 9. The interview and the recognition of Shulman's great contribution in architectural photography are long overdue. He is one of California's living treasures.

I had the privilege of meeting Shulman and visiting his studio when he donated a photograph of the historic Bradbury Building in Los Angeles last year for the American Institute of Architects/Los Angeles Chapter's silent auction, which benefited the organization's scholarship program.

His style in photography creates nostalgia, even with modern buildings that he photographed. His works are among the connective tissues between the architects and the public. I am very glad to read that he "un-retired" himself and realized that his mission is not yet finished.

I look forward to more Shulman photographs. And, thank you, Steve Proffitt.

ETHEL G. RUBIO

Los Angeles

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