Barry Goldwater: Photographs and Memories

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He is known worldwide as a politician and statesman, but this is the story of the man behind the camera and the passion for photography and Arizona that shaped his life.

Narrated by Hugh Downs, the program features photographs taken during the 1930s and 1940s as Goldwater traveled throughout Arizona capturing images of indigenous people and landscapes.

It showcases Goldwater’s photography, which has been exhibited in galleries from Milan to Tokyo, and recalls a life in Arizona that is gone forever. 30 minutes.

Three young people face away from the camera. The middle figure has an arm around each of their friends; the other two each have an arm raised in triumph. The trio are looking out across the landscape.

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