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The unusual pre-main-sequence binary star named KH 15D undergoes remarkably deep and long-lasting periodic eclipses. Some clues about the reason for these eclipses have come from the observed evolution of the system's light curve over the last century. Here we present UBVRI photometry of KH 15D based on photographic plates from various observatories, ranging in time from 1954 to 1997. The system has been variable at the ~1 mag level since at least 1965. There is no evidence for colordoi:10.1086/428597 fatcat:7kpeenkpwzgnpbomakjs6xfsgi