William Albert Allard
Aired On: Feb 13, 2014
William Albert Allard talks about his 50-year association with National Geographic and his work with some of America’s subcultures, such as cowboys and the Hutterites.
A pioneer in color photography, William Albert Allard has contributed to National Geographic Magazine as a writer and photographer for 50 years. Author of six highly acclaimed books, his first, Vanishing Breed: Photographs of the Cowboy and the West, he received the National Cowboy Hall of Fame Wrangler Western Heritage Award for Best Western Art Book, the...
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