Rural Kansas Grocery, 1949 photograph for LIFE by Gordon Coster
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Large 11 ¼" x 14" gelatin silver print, ca 1949. This photo by Gordon Coster was made on a LIFE magazine assignment about Georgia Neese Clark, who had just been named as the first woman Treasurer of the U.S. While that particular shot was not used in the June 27, 1949 article, a similar shot was used. The woman is in fact Georgia Neese Clark. The location of the photo was in Richland, Kansas. [This information kindly supplied by Peter Coster, who corrected my earlier interpretation of the image.] This is a careful interesting composition, moody and documentary. Slight handling indications in upper corners. "Photography Gordon Coster" stamp on verso.
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- Width: 14 inches
- Height: 11.25 inches
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