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The first book from twenty-four-year-old photographer and designer Elizabeth Johnson, Chicago Churches: A Photographic Essay, is an insightful look at the church, not just as architecture but as a reflection of the cultural individuality within a city and, more importantly, the universality of faith. Captured through the city's change of seasons, these photographs of 100 Chicago-area houses of worship display an intriguing cross section of religious and cultural groups and the communities they represent. Through the ...

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