Homes and haunts
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Use as a topical subdivision under names of individual persons, families, and performing groups, classes of persons, and ethnic groups for works on the homes of individual persons, families, or members of the group from an architectural or historical point of view. Also use for works about the favorite places of individual persons or group members or places they habitually frequent or with which they are associated. For works on residential buildings for the group from the standpoint of architecture, construction, ethnology, etc., use the subdivision [Dwellings.] For works on social or economic aspects of the provision of housing for the group, use the subdivision [Housing.]
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Overview Portrait of Todd Webb smiling and holding a cigarette while standing in the doorway of the Salita with one hand leaning against the wall, with one knee bent and wearing a light colored shirt with a light meter cord around his neck. The sleeves of his shirt are rolled up and in the two breast pockets are a pen and a small case, most likely a light meter case. Photograph likely printed by Todd Webb.