[Anthropologist, b. 1901, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, d. 1978, New York.]
Photographs [are] of course heavily dependent upon the culture, the disciplinary point of view and the idiosyncratic vision of the particular photographer-analyst.
Anthropology... has always been highly dependent upon photography... As the use of still photography—and moving pictures—has become increasingly essential as a part of anthropological methods, the need for photographers with a disciplined knowledge of anthropology and for anthropologists with training in photography has increased. We expect that in the near future sophisticated training in photography will be a requirement for all anthropologists. (1962)