Collection contains 9 mounted vintage images by famed architectural photographer Ezra Stoller of the Clark residence in Lake
Placid, New York, taken in 1947.
Architectural photographer Ezra Stoller was born in Chicago on May 16, 1915. He graduated in 1938 from the School of Architecture
and Allied Arts at New York University, where his interest in photography began. During World War II, he taught photography
at the Army Signal Corps Photo Center in New York City.
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