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To become curator of photography for the National Park Foundation. Organizes exhibit and bestselling book, American Photographers and the National Parks, about the relationship between photographers, the parks and the growth of public environmental awareness. Contributes to first photo exhibit ever held at the White House. Begins to shoot in the forests of the American East. Aperture publishes The Hudson River and the Highlands. Ketchum begins to photograph in Southeast Alaska’s Tongass rainforest, work that shows both the area’s untouched beauty and its increasing despoliation by logging companies.

With ALC, funds the creation of Big Sur’s Limekiln State Park. 1994 Congress passes the sweeping Tongass Timber Reform Act, greatly reducing logging in the rainforest. Aperture publishes Ketchum’s Cuyahoga Valley work in Overlooked in America: The Success and Failure of Federal Land Management. ’s Outstanding Environmental Achievement Award. 1993 1990 ROBERT GLENN KETCHUM: A LIFE IN PHOTOGRAPHY Organizes multiphotographer exhibit on the Tongass at Smithsonian; prior to its Earth Day opening, Alaska senators Stevens and Murkowski try to censor pictures and text.

Not only did Chaplin grant Smith weeks of total access, but he reportedly was so anxious to please the photographer that he wouldn’t strike a set until he was sure Smith had his pictures. “He just keeps doing the scene over and over again, waiting for [Smith] to smile,” complained Chaplin’s associate director, as quoted in Jim Hughes’ definitive biography of Smith, W. Eugene Smith: Shadow & Substance. Smith could be dour, his face hard to read due to shrapnel wounds sustained during his unrelenting coverage of World War II.

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