|Dates: ||1906 - 1988|
The head of Fox Movie Flash, a San Francisco street photography outfit that snapped photos of pedestrians from the 1930s to the 70s and then sold the portraits by mail for fifty cents each. Upon his retirement, the firm‘s entire archive of some one million images went to the Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, NY.
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