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Clark #538864

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 26, 1984
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REPORTER: John Palmer

(DC) Revived career of "Life" magazine photographer Edward Clark after restoration of his eyesight examined; photos shown. [CLARK - discusses career.] Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall noted not allowing any photographer but Clark at their wedding; John and Caroline Kennedy, Strom Thurmond relations with Clark recalled. [CLARK - recalls Thurmond; attributes delaying his surgery to restore eyesight to stupidity.] [Margaret CLARK - recalls husband's post-surgery comments.] [CLARK - will continue taking pictures until he dies.]
REPORTER: Mary Nissenson

Reporter(s):
Nissenson, Mary;
Palmer, John
Duration:
00:03:40

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