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1. Harold Daily Obituary, of Simonton – Death

Dr. Harold Daily, a 97 year old native of Simonton, passed away last night. I won’t forget the fascinating stories he shared over his favorite BLT at Roper’s Country Store and Café. He contributed a lot to the Simonton area and I look forward to seeing the community center being built in his honor. He will be missed.  Source

 

2. Leo Leonard Maher Obituary, photographer – Death

Harold Chapman, a photographer who worked in Paris throughout the 1950s and 1960s and who just passed away at the age of 95, documented the residents of the “Beat hotel.” After having a chance meeting with the photographer John Deakin in Soho, London, in the middle of the 1950s, where Deakin had been documenting jazz, Chapman moved to Paris in 1956 and lived at 9 Rue Git-le-Coeur, the hotel in the city’s Latin quarter that became known as a favorite destination for Beat writers such as William S. Burroughs and Gregory Corso. Chapman moved to Paris after having a chance meeting with the photographer John Deakin

Burroughs was one of his neighbors, as was the American author Harold Norse, as well as the poet and painter Kay “Kaja” Johnson. Other writers who lived nearby include: During his stay at the Left Bank hotel, Chapman took images of the Parisian street life, especially the food markets of Les Halles. These photographs were later included in the book Vanishing France. Chapman was the last guest to check out of the hotel before it closed its doors in 1963. (1975, with John L Hess). Throughout the 1960s, Chapman split his time between Paris and London, where he worked as a freelance photographer for Fleet Street newspapers, documenting the development of London into a “swinging metropolis,” as Time magazine termed it in 1966.   Read more

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