Jack Marshall had a passion for photography. From the 1950s until his death in 1976, the Louisiana native took many thousands of photographs. Through his quite remarkable photographers eye, he chronicled not only the essential moments of everyday life, but also the spectacular ones, from the quiet beauty of Louisiana's antebellum plantation homes, the New Orleans French Quarter and the Gulf of Mexico, to the majesty of the Grand Canyon, the Rocky Mountains and the great American West. The Jack Marshall Collection represents not only a wonderful slice of Americana, but also a unique and unforgettable treasure trove of breathtaking photography.
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