Haunting 1900s American Photos by Former Faculty Featured at Cantor Arts Center

Tuesday, February 04, 2020
SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS -- Morris, born in Nebraska, settled in the Bay Area in the 1960s and taught photography at San Francisco State. But he was always associated with the Midwest, as his works on display show. In the 1940s he captured details of what already seemed like a lost America: eggs in a battered pot, gathered from a chicken coop; a cotton jacket and sweater hanging from hooks, looking worn from hard use or abandonment.