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Sixty-eight black & white photographs taken by Father Algimantas Kezys, S.J. The photos were selected from Father Kezy's collection by Hugh Edwards, Curator of Photography at the Art Institute of Chicago.
Published 1966 by Loyola University Press
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Algimantas Kezys arrived in America from Lithuania as a fresh-faced 22 year old in 1950, and began studies with the Jesuit order of priests and brothers. Within a few years, he began taking photographs as a hobby. His prowess grew quickly, and his art was soon placed on exhibit at a number of venues. In 1965 his work was exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago. This compilation is his first book of photographs.

The sixty-eight plates represent Kezy's work from around the world. Published in a
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Algimantas Kezys (1928 – February 23, 2015) was a photographer born in Lithuania who moved to the United States in 1950.

Kezys was ordained as a Jesuit priest in the 1950s; he received a master's degree in philosophy from Loyola University (Chicago) in 1956. He founded the Lithuanian Library Press in Chicago and directed the Lithuanian Youth Center in Chicago between 1974 and 1977.

One of Kezys' fir
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