Blues Portraits
by Donna Kosiba

Billy Branch

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Willie Buck

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John Primer

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Packingtown Review – Vol.14, Fall 2020

Donna Kosiba was an innkeeper outside of Krakow when a delinquent customer settled his debt by gifting Donna a twin-lens reflex camera, a box of film, and dark room equipment. It was a Start 66S. Donna sold the camera, film, the dark room equipment, and her inn, and moved to Chicago in order to document the blues scene. Along the way, she became a candy-maker as well, specializing in boozy dark chocolate truffles.

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