Eaton Lothrop and Nick Graver, speakers at PhotoHistory XIII, George Eastman House in Rochester, New York, October, 2006.
Two "dinosaurs," still using slides in trays, while so many speakers had converted to digital projection!
Photo: Robert Lansdale, Photographic Historical Society of Canada
Nicholas M. Graver 276 Brooklawn Dr., Rochester, NY 14618 585/ 244-4818
Eaton Lothrop Memorial Service at Collegiate School, NYC 2-7-09.
most of all what a grand person he wasEaton says
this, Eaton will know
that, Eaton collects those
, Eaton wroteWho the heck is this Eaton guy
, I asked? A charter member in Brooklyn - who really knows so much.
We became the best of friends.
The amazing Spira
Five little stories:
Helping someone find his first book, I once called the specialty store, Light Impressions, asking for SENSUOUS CAMERAS!his
favorite subject. He will be forever indebted to Eaton for the inspiration and information he got from that publication. [By the way, if youmuch better example
than in the NATIONAL COLLECTION! Even after the terminal diagnosis, when his days were numberedEaton the Teacher
also took another table for an educational display!
At the leading Boston show, dealers really compete for the best table location
. Being the highly respected figure he was, Eaton could have any spot in the hall. His table request was simply,
She was always thrilled, for they were great friends, and shared many interests.
Thanks for coming together today.
Posted by PHSNE Forum moderator, Joe Walters, on behalf of Nicholas Graver. This post is of Nick's eulogy of Eaton at the memorial service. We will keep this thread open so that other members may post their thoughts about Eaton on this Forum thread.