Reminiscence • Gordon Parks
I was seventeen when I first saw Duke Ellington. It was in an alley behind the Orpheum Theater in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He arrived for his performance that summer [...]
Gordon Parks (1912–2006) was a prominent photojournalist, working for Life magazine for several decades, as well as a composer, novelist, and filmmaker. He received the 1988 National Medal of Arts.
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