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In Memoriam: John Morris (1916-2017)

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Abbas Photo editor and writer John Morris in a restaurant in Paris, France. © Abbas | Magnum Photos
Abbas Photo editor and writer John Morris at home in Paris, France. In front of his computer is a photo of Robert Capa. © Abbas | Magnum Photos
Magnum Collection Two long serving Magnum photos staff members at the Magnum Gallery, Paris, May 29 2009. © Magnum Collection | Magnum Photos
John Vink Josef Koudelka (left), John Morris (right) and John Morris' partner, Patricia Trocmé (center), at the party during the Annual Magnum Meeting. June 27, 2015, Paris, France. © John Vink | Magnum Photos
Magnum Collection Magnum Photos Meeting, in Paris, France, 1957. From left to right: Foreground: Inge Bondi, John Morris, Barbara Miller, Cornell Capa, Rene Burri, Erich Lessing. Middle: Michel Chevalier. Backg (...)
Robert Capa A Vietnamese guard attached to the French Allied Command, at his post on a military base, during the First Indo-Chinese War. Nam Dinh. May, 1954. © Robert Capa © International Center of Photography | Magnum Photos
Robert Capa The D-Day landings, First Assault: US troops assault Omaha Beach, Normandy, France. June 6th, 1944. © Robert Capa © International Center of Photography | Magnum Photos
Magnum Collection A party given in the home of the Paris Vogue editor Michel de Brunhoff, shortly after the liberation of Paris, brought together John Morris (rear center with glasses), on his right Robert Capa and (...)
Collection Capa The members of the TIME, Inc staff covering the Normandy invasion, photographed in London, Spring 1944. The photographer Robert Capa is in the front row extreme left (cigarette in mouth). left to (...)
George Rodger Life's D-Day photographers pose a week before the Normandy invasion, photographed in London, 1945. Top row, left to right: Bob Landry, George Rodger, Frank Scherschel, Robert Capa. Front row: Ralp (...)
Robert Capa Vietnamese troops advancing between Namdinh and Thaibinh. This is one of the last pictures taken by Robert Capa with his Nikon camera before he stepped on a landmine and died at 14.55. Indochina (V (...)
Robert Capa The D-Day landings, First Assault: US troops assault Omaha Beach, Normandy, France. June 6th, 1944. © Robert Capa © International Center of Photography | Magnum Photos
Robert Capa The D-Day landings, First Assault: US troops assault Omaha Beach, Normandy, France. June 6th, 1944. © Robert Capa © International Center of Photography | Magnum Photos
Robert Capa A military cemetery in Vietnam, where French and Vietnamese, killed during the battle, lie next to each other. Namdinh. May 21, 1954. © Robert Capa © International Center of Photography | Magnum Photos
Robert Capa © International Center of Photography Motorcyclists and woman walking on the road from Nam Dinh to Thai Binh, Indochina (Vietnam), May, 1954. © Robert Capa © International Center of Photography | Magnum Photos