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Daniel Berrigan. No one walks waters. New York: Macmillan, 1966 

“I think a picture with all words is as much a picture as somethinh with abstract shapes or recognizable shapes. I think it's all a matter of the spacing and the kind of totality of the pictures that either looks good or doesn't look good.”

Bernard Galm. Los Angeles art community group portrait: Corita Kent. Los Angeles: Oral History Program, University of California, 1977 (p. 15)

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