Bob Adelman passed away last weekend in his house in Miami at the age of 85. An amazing character, flamboyant, extreme, multifaceted, he was an iconic photographer of the civil rights struggle and was, himself, a passionate and unwavering activist. He is also credited with saving the archives of the celebrity photographer Howell Conant who was known for his portraits of Grace Kelly.
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