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Glenn McCurdy - Artist

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As an editor for the Paris Herald Tribune in the 1960s, filmmaker-photographer Glenn McCurdy discovered the world of legendary French Master, Henri Cartier-Bresson.   From then on he became a student of this 'critical moment' philosophy.   Soon his free-lance images from Europe began to appear all over America, used to illustrate the feature articles he wrote for the Sunday magazine market.   These articles focused on a variety of subjects such as the dropout 'generation' in France; European conmen who preyed on tourists and the comic charisma of a 'typical' Latin lover on the streets of...more
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Main Point Memories 1960s

The Main Point, a small coffee house just outside Philadelphia in Bryn Mawr, became a legendary, nationally-known Folk Song venue made possible by the boundless energy and inspiration of Ms. Jeanette Campbell and her husband Bill. She was the motherly figure who took a dream and created a legend, welcoming a generation of amazing performers...and asked for nothing in return. This gallery of rare photos is intended to honor the memory of this amazing, infinitely modest, woman.

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