How To Win A Lange-Taylor Prize

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Scrap metal thieves, or 'merchants,' dismantle a part from an elevator shaft before melting it down and selling parts to a middle man. The machine parts in elevators are the most popular to steal, as they are fairly small but heavy, netting thieves an average of $150 USD. Many citizens of Ukraine indulge in extracurricular scrap metal hunting, helping to supplement meager salaries. Dnepro-Dzerzhinsk, Ukraine. Photograph by Donald Weber, winner of the Lange-Taylor Prize in 2006 with writer Larry Frolick.

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PDN magazine article, “How to Win A Lange-Taylor Prize,” details winning proposals by Lange-Taylor Prize recipients from recent years

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