An Evening with the Editors of Popular Photography:
The State of Photography Today
October 15, 1973

Two editors of Popular Photography particpated in two events at UWM on October 15, 1973. Charles Reynolds (pictured in a publicity shot) was the picture editor of the magazine and was also the chairman of the Photography Department of the New York School of Visual Arts. He was well-known from his book, American Indian Portraits, as well as his consulting for John F. Kennedy's A Nation of Immigrants.


Charles Reynolds in a publicity shot taken circa 1973

Edward Meyers was the executive editor at the time and was also an instructor at the New York School of Visual Arts. He had won a prestigious Art Directors Award prior to the event.

The event was jointly sponsored by the Center and the UWM Photographic Services.

 

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