Len Speier's first exposure to photography came from his Uncle Sam who gave him a camera and film developing kit for his 13th birthday in 1940. While other endeavors such as a stint in the Army's First Cavalry Division, law school and a private law practice diverted Len Speier from his first love, he eventually began to make pictures again in 1957 at the age of 30.
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