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Joseph Torchia was an American writer and photographer. As a novelist and reporter he was perhaps best known as the author
of THE KRYPTONITE KID. After working in San Francisco as a reporter from 1976 to 1978, he moved to Napa where he owned a photography
50.0 linear feet
circa 50 linear feet
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