Louise Z. Young Photographs, 1947 -- 1970

This collection has:

1.0 Cubic Feet
2 boxes
498 Digital Object(s)

Louise Z. Young was born in Corea, Maine in April, 1919. She began her career in photography when she took a position assisting a photographer in Bangor, Maine. Some of Young's best work came about as a result of her friendship with the American painter and poet Marsden Hartley. During World War II, she worked for The Bacharch Studio, where she was in charge of their darkroom. Following the war, Young and her partner, Jean Squttieri, opened their own studio in Beacon Hill, and later moved to Arlington, Massachusetts.

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