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Join curators Debra Schmidt Bach and Edward O'Reilly as they discuss the first public exhibition drawn from the archive of Robert A. Caro, whose award-winning works on Robert Moses and Lyndon B. Johnson are regarded as masterpieces of modern biography and history. Dig deeper into this exhibition and never-before-seen highlights from the archive—which New-York Historical acquired in 2019—that provide an intimate view of how Caro started his career, worked as a reporter, and became an award-winning biographer.
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