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Thread: The Inheritance: Poisoned Fruit of JFK's Assassination

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    Default The Inheritance: Poisoned Fruit of JFK's Assassination

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Johnson View Post
    One snippet that caught my attention was that concerning photographer Jacques Lowe's decision to leave the US after RFK's assassination. Dick Starnes told me much the same thing - in his case, he gave very serious thought to moving to Canada. I wonder how many others found RFK's murder the last straw? Was there a much more widespread fear than we have hitherto appreciated?

    As to the fate of Lowe's negs in the vault in Tower 5 on 911, The Guardian carried the following, very different, version:

    After the terror attack, Jacques Lowe's daughter, Thomasina, campaigned to try and retrieve her father's archive from the twin tower's rubble before they were razed. Amazingly, the safe in which they were stored was found intact, but the contents – over 40,000 negatives – were reduced to ash. All was not completely lost though, as 1,500 of Lowe's contact sheets were located elsewhere in New York. From these, selected images were painstakingly restored for an exhibition at the Newseum in Washington DC. A collection of prints from the original negatives were also made by the photographer himself, prior to his death four months before 9/11. An exhibition at Proud Chelsea in London is now showcasing these rarities.

    Ranjit Dhaliwal, Jacques Lowe: the JFK photographer who lost his life's work on 9/11, The Guardian, First published on Fri 27 Sep 2013 12.26 BST

    https://www.theguardian.com/artandde...we-photography
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