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The Legacy of a Camera-Toting Huckster

  13.02.10 12:00am

Barker’s work might not have been compelled by zeal (it was probably pretty mercenary), but Caroline Frick, an assistant professor at the University of Texas at Austin and executive director of the Texas Archive of the Moving Image, has been researching Barker and “The Kidnappers Foil” for nearly a decade, and her labors are tireless and impassioned.

Read the story here.