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Record #:
13373
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George Masa, an artist and photographer who lived in Asheville for 18 years, loved the mountains with a passion. Sent to the University of California, from Japan, to study mining engineering, George came to Asheville in 1915 and recognized the interest of visitors in photography, developing a flourishing commercial, news, and news reel service.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 21 Issue 14, Sept 1953, p3-4, f
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Record #:
23993
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The annual conference and antique show held at Omni Grove Park Inn will highlight the life and accomplishments of George Masa (1881-1933), an Asheville local who dedicated his life to capturing the beauty of Western North Carolina with film and photography.
Record #:
24014
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The author presents the various ways artists over a span of 200 years in Western North Carolina have used the medium to inspire others to protect the wilderness in order to instill a sense of place, home, and community in the region.