Martin, Harold
July 2011
Popular Photography;Jul2011, Vol. 75 Issue 7, p114
The article recounts significant events in photography highlighted by the periodical in its July 1951 issue. The issue's cover featured a photograph of baby Kathryn Lee Franks taken by New York City photographer Leo Aarons. The Vito III 35mm camera from Voigtländer, priced at 159.50 U.S. dollars, was also featured in the issue. The best picture for the year selected by the National Press Photographers Association was the one taken by Bill Perry which showed two men engulfed in an athletic club fire.


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