Don Hogan Charles

Don Hogan Charles was the first black photographer to be hired by The New York Times, in 1964. In his more than four devades at The Times, Don photographed politicians, celebrities, fashion, food and everyday life in New York City. But he may be best remembered for the work that earne him early acclaim: his photographs of key moments and figures of the civil rights era.

Honoring: Don Hogan Charles

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The New York Times

Curated by

Sandra Stevenson

 

Don Hogan Charles was the first black photographer to be hired by The New York Times, in 1964. In his more than four devades at The Times, Don photographed politicians, celebrities, fashion, food and everyday life in New York City. But he may be best remembered for the work that earne him early acclaim: his photographs of key moments and figures of the civil rights era.

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