St. Louis photographer and photojournalist. He began photographing the St. Louis Gateway Arch in the late 1940's, shortly after the groundbreaking, and has continued doing so into the 21st century. His major work has been photographic projects for NASA. Source: Personal communication from Jack Zehrt, March 14, 2002. 1943: On August 1st, for the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, "photographed the plummeting army glider which carried St. Louis mayor William Dee Becker and nine other prominent St. Louisans to their deaths at Lambert instant before the plane reached the ground."

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