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Princess Kate’s New Project: Honoring Holocaust Survivors

or Princess Kate, an art history major in college, the art was in the details. As she set about taking portraits of two Holocaust survivors and their grandchildren in early January, “my elder granddaughter’s hair was a little in the way, so she made sure it was moved,” says Steven Frank, 84, who posed with granddaughters Maggie, 15, and

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