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Record #:
11763
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Sidney L. Alderman founded the Alderman Company, a photography company, in Greensboro in 1898, and later moved to High Point to serve the growing furniture industry. Today his grandson, Sidney A. Gayle, heads the company that has become the largest still photographer in the nation and one of North Carolina's largest printers.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 36 Issue 2, Feb 1978, p11-12, 14, il, por
Record #:
12572
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George Honeycutt, staff photographer for The Charlotte News, was awarded the distinction of the nation's number one press photographer. Honored at a ceremony held at the University of Missouri, Honeycutt, a native of High Point, North Carolina, was educated at the School of Modern Photography, in New York City.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 30 Issue 7, Sept 1962, p7, 26, il, por
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Record #:
14329
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Sidney L. Alderman founded the Alderman Company, a photography company, in Greensboro in 1898, and later moved to High Point to serve the growing furniture industry. Sidney A. Gayle, his grandson, now heads the company that has become the largest still photographer in the nation, designing and producing in 1983, 2,500 catalogs, involving 100,000 office and room interiors, 350,000 photographs, and almost one million photographic prints. The company has over eight acres of under-roof studio space and eighty photographic bays.
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Record #:
36990
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Among the 1,100 cameras in Ken Toda’s Huemax are 1940s reporter cameras, 1920s’ portrait photographer cameras, and 1880s wet-plate cameras. Toda, who assists collectors and hobbyists worldwide, helps to upkeep High Point’s role in developing photography as a medium.