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(Laguna, New Mexico Ė May 12, 2006) Ė Acclaimed Native American photographer and author Lee H. Marmon was the guest of honor at a prestigious Massachusetts preparatory school in mid-May, where he attended a formal east-coast showing of his most well-known images.

Marmon spent the day teaching Photography, Journalism, and English classes to high school-age students as a special guest lecturer. His day-long appearance on the campus of historic Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts was Friday, May 19, 2006.

Lee Marmon with students from Nina Scottís Photography Class at Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts (May, 2006)

Lee Marmon with Peabody Museum Director Malinda Blustain outside the Oliver Wendell Holmes Library, Andover, Massachusetts (May, 2006)

Dozens of students and faculty attend a special reception and showing of Lee Marmonís best known images at the Oliver Wendell Holmes Library on the campus of Phillips Academy. (May, 2006)

A Phillips Academy student takes a keen interest in Lee Marmonís prints. (May, 2006)

Lee and Kathy Marmon with the staff of the Robert S. Peabody Museum at Phillips Academy, which recently received a special donation of Leeís prints from a private collector of Mr. Marmonís works.
Personal statement by Lee Marmon as part of special display.



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