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Anthony A. Lanza

Autographed 11x14 Matted Display

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Anthony A. Lanza (1919 – 1985), professional photographer, authentic autographed original landscape photograph of 53rd Street​, New York City, 1950.

During his 66 years as a photographer he rubbed elbows with such international people as the Prince of Wales, King George VI, Winston Churchill, General Eisenhower, Harry Truman,Franklin Roosevelt, Charles DeGaulle, Averell Harriman, Charles Lindbergh, Harold Vanderbuilt, Albert Einstein and others.

Signed and dated "Anthony A. Lanza 1950" in gold metallic ink on front bottom right hand corner. The date 1950 marks the date of the photograph being taken, not the date of the signature.  

Measuring approximately 11 x 14 (outside mount dimensions) with image approximately 8 x 10". 

Fine condition.

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TAGS: New York City, Vintage New York

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