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Ken Knowlton, Spools of Thread, 2001.This portrait of Aaron Feuerstein, owner of a fabric manufacturing company, is a gift & tribute to his social responsibility. When the company’s premises were destroyed by fire in 1995 the employees were kept on full pay during the recovery. Ken Knowlton, Spools of Thread, 2001.This portrait of Aaron Feuerstein, owner of a fabric manufacturing company, is a gift & tribute to his social responsibility. When the company’s premises were destroyed by fire in 1995 the employees were kept on full pay during the recovery.

Ken Knowlton, Spools of Thread, 2001.

This portrait of Aaron Feuerstein, owner of a fabric manufacturing company, is a gift & tribute to his social responsibility. When the company’s premises were destroyed by fire in 1995 the employees were kept on full pay during the recovery.

(Source: spaceandperspective.com)

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