Leslie Jones, who worked at the Boston Herald-Traveler newspaper between the years 1917 and 1956, was modest about his abilities as a photographer and he would call himself a camera-man, not a photojournalist.
By Karen Strike | Flashbak Bethesda Fountain sits on the lower level of the terrace of New York’s City’s Central Park. The pool features Emma Stebbins’ Angel of the Water, a fountain statue unveiled in 1873. Beneath the angels spreading wings are four cherubs representing those archetypal New York values of Temperance, Purity, Health, and Peace. The fountain commemorates the Croton […]