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"A Photograph Waiting to Become Important" Transcript
Diana Walker:

One of the most amusing pictures from my time with the Carters is a picture that I never knew I had. When we--when we looked through all my archives for the book, I got a call from Mary Dunn, the former picture editor of People who helped me with my book. And she said, "Diana, you are not going to believe a picture you took in Pine Bluff, Arkansas in 1979" and I said, "What's that?" And she said, "Governor Bill Clinton, Rosa Parks and Rosalind Carter." Well, you could have knocked me over. I had no idea I'd ever seen Bill Clinton before, oh--1998--I mean, no--1988. I had no idea I'd photographed him before. So, that was pretty funny.

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