New York, June 20, 2013. Ian Ransberry of the Niagara School of Imaging sent this item along via Bob Lansdale.
The Lens column of the New York Times reports on the recent discovery of interviews with photographers well known in the 1960s and earlier. The interviewer, photographer Sheila Turner-Seed, met an early death in 1979 and her interviews died with her.
Both she and her daughter Rachel Seed are photographers. In researching her mother’s history, Ms Seed discovered these interviews at the ICP in New York. Click here or on the image to read the NY Times article.