Hans Steiner, born in 1907, captured life in mid-20th-century Switzerland.
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Steiner had a broad range as a photographer, taking many portraits of figures in public life. Commissioned by the state, he put together an album of Switzerand for Haile Selassie in 1954. He also worked as a press photographer for various publications, covering the Eiger North Face ascent in 1938. (Hans Steiner/Musée de l’Elysée)
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