In 1923, as an office boy at the Baltimore Sun newspaper, A. Aubrey Bodine (1906-1970) walked into the office of the editor of the Sunday section, and handed him some photographs he had taken. They were immediately published, and his career as a photojournalist began. Sounds easy, no? Well, in a way it was. As a newspaperman, and as an...
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