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Dan Weiner, 1955
Dan Weiner, 1955
This Dan Weiner photograph for the March 1955 issue shows a worker handling chickens at a Campbell's Soup factory in Camden, N.J. Weiner was one of the many prominent photographers employed by Fortune's legendary photo editor, Walker Evans, who worked at the magazine in several roles for 20 years.

Though most respected photographers considered color too commercial and almost always worked in black and white (Evans among them), their Fortune work proved the rare exception.

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