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Clarence John Laughlin

Clarence J. Laughlin, a writer-photographer who lives in New Orleans, has had his Louisiana plantation material exhibited in over sixty museums and university art galleries throughout the U. S.; some of it has been shown abroad by the State Department. He is the author of Ghosts along the Mississippi , published by Charles Scribner’s Sons in 1951.

Articles by this Author

The River Houses, June 1956 | Vol. 7, No. 4
Along the Mississippi the spirit of vanished culture lingers in the ruined columns of the great plantations