At 100 years former Associated Press photographer Max Desfor is still sharp as a tack and in good health. He can tell you about his Pulitzer Prize winning photos from the Korean War, but the stories he remembered this day were about August 6th and 7th, 1945. Max was in […]
View the 1963 White House News Photographers Association memorial newsletter for President John F. Kennedy who was assassinated November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas. The newsletter includes historic images made by association members of the events resulting form JFK’s assassination.
Photographers who document are a breed to themselves. No one does it better than the official White House photographers. Last night at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. five of this elite group shared some stories. Each had a different way of doing their job. David Hume Kennerly provided a […]
1921: Thomas Edison takes a nap while Harvey Firestone and President Warren Harding read the newspaper. Henry Ford, Harvey Firestone, Thomas Edison and President Harding, (who arrived in a Packard, not a Ford), motored to the Firestone estate in Maryland for an afternoon of relaxation. The National Photo Company went […]