Mydans, Carl Mayer

▪ 2005

      American photojournalist (b. May 20, 1907, Boston, Mass.—d. Aug. 16, 2004, Larchmont, N.Y.), was celebrated for his war photography for Life magazine, which he joined in 1936. He first gained notice for his photos of farm families during the Depression. During World War II he and his wife (a Life reporter) were captured by the Japanese and held for almost two years. After their release (1943), he covered the war in Europe with George Silk (q.v. (Silk, George )) and others. Mydans's best-known photo was of Gen. Douglas MacArthur returning to the Philippines in 1945.

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