Another nice comment appeared in the publication of the Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester,
Afterimage vol. 36, no. 2 (Sept/Oct 2008): 29-30
J. MacNeill Miller says:
"Nevertheless, "Click!" contained some very good images. The unanimous favorite across all experience levels was Marcia Bricker Halperin's Dubrow's Cafeteria, a black-and-white image of a sagacious old woman looking at the street from behind a plate glass window dominated by the reflection of an old-fashioned taxicab. Mingling the transparencies and reflections of plate glass windows is a trick dating to Eugene Atget's day, but Halperin pulls it off in an image worthy of Andre Kertesz.