The Image Gallery Redux show at Howard Greenberg’s gallery takes me back to my very beginnings as a photographer. The Ladies Aide picture was made when I was seventeen and taking a workshop with Russ Lee and Roy Stryker in Rolla, Mo. It also includes three pictures from a migrant farm workers story I did for a magazine called Jubilee where I worked when I got out of college in 1956.
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