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A Photographer's Passion - An Interview with the Late Chip Clark - National Museum of Natural History Unearthed

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06/22/2010

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Chip Clark had shot amazing photos, including that of the Rosser Reeves Star Ruby, what an amazing photo! I have some stars & I have never seen a photographer able to shoot photograph of quality even close to that!

Legendary Photographer of Rubies, I must say.

Debbie Clark (Mrs. Chip Clark)

If you have anything you would like to share about Chip, I can be reached at (703)671-7187.

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