Sunday, October 29, 2017

University of Michigan Author Talk: Ultimate Insiders: White House Photographs And How They Shape History.

By Editor & Publisher Jeff Brown.

On November 1, White House photographer Ken Walsh will be speaking at the Gerald Ford Library about presidential photographs that have shaped fundamental impressions and public images of presidents through the artistry of photography.

Walsh has a new book out that highlights the way in which official White House photographs have become historical documents that chronicle the presidency, providing an insiders view to these inimitable people who are not known by the general public. Walsh will talk about the way in which White House photographs can make or break a presidency.

Ken Walsh is a long-time White House correspondent, one of the longest in history. He began working for U.S. News in 1984 as a congressional correspondent and has covered the presidency for a period that spans three decades.

The event will be held at the Gerald Ford Library on Wednesday, November 1, from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm. The event is free.

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