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Larry Towell - EL SALVADOR. 1988.
EL SALVADOR. San Salvador. 1988. Children of coal sellers in their stalls on the street. Children play and sleep on cardboard in the Mejicanos marketplace.
EL SALVADOR. San Salvador. 1988. A student stands near revoluntionary graffiti painted on a wall inside a San Salvador University building. The painting shows a
EL SALVADOR. San Salvador. 1988. A new father and mother with their first child in a maternity hospital.
EL SALVADOR. San Miguel. San Miguel. 1988. Army prosthetics in a military hospital in a San Miguel military compound.
EL SALVADOR. San Salvador. 1988. Many families, displaced by fighting and poverty during the war, squatted where they could find land. In San Salvador's General...
EL SALVADOR. San Miguel. San Miguel. 1988. New recruits learn to disassemble and assemble U.S.-made M-16 machine guns in an El Salvador Army base.
EL SALVADOR. Morazan. 1988. The El Salvador Army Third Infantry Brigade on patrol.
EL SALVADOR. San Miguel. San Miguel. 1988. A new mother and newborn baby in a public hospital with a Salvadorean soldier standing behind them (no relative).
EL SALVADOR. San Salvador. 1988. A woman delivers a baby by Cesarean section in a maternity hospital. There was a blood shortage during the war.
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