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Treasure in the Attic: Local connection to Ansel Adams negatives

August 23, 2010
Marietta Times

Received an interesting letter this week from Bill Elliot of Marietta, in response to the article I wrote a few weeks ago on the construction worker in Beverly Hills, California who paid 45 dollars for a box of old glass photographic negatives at a garage sale, only to find out later they were worth millions. It turns out the negatives were the lost work of famed nature photographer Ansel Adams, which were believed to have been destroyed in a 1937 fire at Adams' Yosemite National Park studio.

 
 

 

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