George Kufrin

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General Information

Name: George Kufrin

Pen Name: None

Genres: Non-Fiction

Born: 1926 in Chicago


Website: www.stephendaitergallery.com/dynamic/artist.asp?ArtistID=196

Email: N/A


Illinois Connection

Kufrin lives in Chicago.

Biographical and Professional Information

George Kufrin is an award-winning free-lance photographer. He began his career at the age of 14 working as a photo-journalist for 22nd Ward's West Side News. When he was 16 years old, the Chicago Herald American bought his photograph of a huge lumber yard fire, running it full page and putting it on the International News Photos, Hearst wire service. Kufrin served two years as an Army photographer during the Korean war and spent his sixty plus year career traveling across the United States photographing politicians, movie stars, titans of industry, musicians and artists.

Kufrin’s photos have appeared in the New York Times, Fortune, Parade, New York, Finance, the Chicago Tribune Magazine, New York News magazine, Chicago, Downbeat, Science, Chicago Sun Times, and countless Fortune 500 annual reports. In 1981, Kufrin's wife, writer Joan Kufrin, authored Uncommon Women. His photographs illustrate the book. Lucky George: The Unforgettable Adventures of a Free-Lance Photographer is the title of his autobiography. The book is packed with Chicago history and Kufrin’s photographs, the book chronicles his career that took him across America, photographing the movers and shakers of his time.

Published Works

Lucky George: The Unforgettable Adventures of a Free-Lance Photographer, CreateSpace, 2013


Titles for Purchase and at Your Library

Lucky George: The Unforgettable Adventures of a Free-Lance Photographer

ISBN: 1482764962
Release Date: 2013-03-14

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Literary Awards

Speaking Engagements and Upcoming Appearances

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External Links

George Kufrin on WorldCat

George Kufrin on Amazon

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