Kelly: Photographer looking for fellow children of the '60s
Lewis Marshall was 15 when he was pictured in Look magazine, carrying a flag during the 1965 voting-rights march between Selma and Montgomery, Ala. It took photographer Bill Ganzel more than a year to find Marshall, who until then didn't know that he was depicted in a life-size sculpture at an Alabama museum.
Posted: Tuesday, September 3, 2013 12:00 am
Nebraska photographer Bill Ganzel, who came of age in the '60s, is now in his 60s — still fascinated by the effects of that tumultuous decade a half-century ago.
Seven years ago, he embarked on a project he calls Sixties Survivors. He tracks down photographs and interviews people featured in Look magazine.
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