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Howard Bingham, best known for chronicling the career of boxing champion Muhammad Ali, was documenting Sen. Robert F. Kennedy's 1968 campaign stop in Watts when he saw a young girl running up to the presidential candidate's car to shake his hand. Four decades later, he still wonders what happened to the happy girl he captured on film.
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( Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times )

Howard Bingham, best known for chronicling the career of boxing champion Muhammad Ali, was documenting Sen. Robert F. Kennedy's 1968 campaign stop in Watts when he saw a young girl running up to the presidential candidate's car to shake his hand. Four decades later, he still wonders what happened to the happy girl he captured on film.

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