One silver gelatin print produced by photographer Morrie Camhi and mounted to a matte frame. Back of matte frame is signed
and numbered by Camhi.
Morrie Camhi was born in New York City in 1928 to Greek Jewish immigrant parents. He attended High School in Los Angeles and
studied English literature at UCLA. Camhi, a self-taught photographer, established a commercial photography business in Petaluma,
California. In 1972 he began to teach photography at San Francisco City College and later, Stanford University, U.C. Berkeley,
University of Oregon, Columbia College at Chicago, and Sonoma State University.
1 Photographic Prints
1 flat box
1 photographic print with matte frame.
9.5" x 12" (mounted to matte board and surrounded by a matte frame measuring 16" x 20")
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