|P.263-0000_A Jerry Joschko|
|P.263-0006 Unidentified child|
Joschko began his career as a photography assistant in LaPorte, Indiana and went on to work for several major studios. According to his wife, Eileen, Jerry was drafted into the U.S. Army, and "liked to point out that he 'fought the Cold War' during his two years at Fort Ord, California, located near Monterey Bay and Carmel, home of Ansel Adams." He often recalled meeting the iconic photographer and treasured the afternoon spent discussing landscape photography and the early introduction of photography as art.
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