Blackington, Alton H. (photographer)

Dorothy Thompson: Portrait seated at a table: 'Red printer': 3-part yellow-red-blue separations intended for early color printing. In 1939 Time magazine called Dorothy Thompson the 'cartwheel girl' for her ability to overturn ideas, recognizing her as the second most influential woman in America. Pictured in the garden of the Sinclair Lewis Vermont home, August 25, 1937