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In the middle of the 1970s, the Environmental Protection Agency embarked on a remarkable artistic experiment: the department hired dozens of photographers across the country to “document subjects of environmental concern.” One of those photographers was John H. White, a Daily News photojournalist who would go on to join the staff of the Chicago Sun-Times in 1978 and win the Pulitzer Prize in 1982.

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