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"Dean Acheson"                                                                  Photographed by g. Paul Bishop, '63
                                                                                                                 1963-2017 GPB-P

 

Dean Acheson
(Dean Gooderham Acheson)
1893 - 1971

U.S. Secretary of State (1949-1953)
 

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Such An Insult

By Jim Dempsy
THE BERKELEY DAILY GAZETTE
1963

 

Berkeley's Paul Bishop, nationally famous photographer with studio on Durant Ave., has shot (on order) a long list of very prominent persons, ranging from former President Eisenhower1 on down. Just recently he was commissioned to do portraits of both Dean Acheson and his wife. Paul was justly proud of the beautiful portraits and put them in the window of his studio. Recently he ran across a local businessman whom he knew and the man commented that he had noticed the Acheson portrait in Bishop's front window when he walked by one day. Then he asked --- in all sincerity --- if Paul had "copied the picture out of some magazine just to try to impress people."
 

     1. This is not necessarily true, unless g. Paul Bishop photographed General Eisenhower during World War II, which is highly unlikely. (G. Paul Bishop, Jr. note).

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Dempsey, Jim. "Such An Insult, (Jim Dempsey: Berkeley Is My Beat)."
     The Berkeley Daily Gazette. Friday, April 26, 1963.


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