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The Mystery Of The Man Who Posed For Hundreds Of Photo Booth Portraits

Photo booths were a great way to commemorate a trip to the county fair, amusement park, or other similarly pleasurable outing back in the day, but the guy featured in these photos seems to have enjoyed the photo booth experience more than anyone else ever has, or ever will.

He posed for hundreds of snapshots over decades starting in the 1930s, and photo historian Donald Lokuta discovered this mysterious collection of silver gelatin prints starring the same guy at an antique show in 2012.

The entire set is now on display for the first time at the Rutgers' Zimmerli Art Museum exhibition Striking Resemblance: The Changing Art of Portraiture, but the identity of the man in the photo booth snapshots has yet to be revealed...

-Via Gizmodo

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