displayed an unusual interest in photography at an early age. By his early 20's he had followed his brother Emil to Detroit, where he worked in the Ford Motor plant. Shortly thereafter, restless, he headed west and then south, ultimately finding himself in Arizona in 1936. The arid landscape spoke to him, and soon he met the editor of Arizona Highways magazine. After World War II he traveled extensively internationally, becoming very well known for his photography. One of his photographs of Sequoia National Park was included among the 117 images of earth sent on the gold-plated copper disks that accompanied the Voyager spacecraft in 1977. Condition of the photo is excellent.
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