Claude "Pop" Laval
Photographer, Visual Artist
1882 – 1966
Who was Claude "Pop" Laval?
Claude "Pop" Laval, often known simply as Pop Laval, was an American Photographer during the first half and middle of the 20th century who specialized in documenting California's San Joaquin Valley and Sierra Nevada mountains, particularly featuring Fresno. As a prolific photographer producing approximately one hundred thousand negatives, his 55 year legacy features people, and not just scenic photography. Pop Laval Foundation, run by Laval's great-granddaughter, Elizabeth Laval, is seeking to preserve and reintroduce Laval's work to students, history buffs and researchers.
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New York City
- United States of America
- Lived in
- Feb 20, 1966
on July 23, 2013
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