Robert Clayton Lautman was an American architectural photographer.Born in Butte, Montana, his first photographs were made with a box camera for his junior high school yearbook. After attending Montana State University in Bozeman for a year, he traveled east, working briefly as a copyboy for The Washington Post, then enlisting in the Army during World War II.Source: Wikipedia
Public land-grant research university in Bozeman, Montana, United States
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