B. Anthony Stewart

Perhaps the most prolific National Geographic photographer of his era, B. Anthony Stewart (1904-1977) actually came to the Society in 1927 as the photo lab’s bookkeeper.

Soon enough, however, the Virginia native proved his proficiency with the camera, and before retiring in 1969 had been long honored as the Society’s chief photographer, having had many more pictures published than are even accounted for by the more than a hundred stories that carry his credit.

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