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Exhibit features work of war photographer, CBS cameraman

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William Guyon rushed the beaches of the Lingayen Gulf with General MacArthur’s troops back in 1945, only instead of being armed with the Army-issue carbine, he carried a camera loaded with 100 feet of 35 mm black and white film. Now, nearly 70 years and a full career at CBS later, what he captured during that invasion will be shown at the Northville Public Library. The 15-minute newsreel is just part of a gallery full ...


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