My Father died in May 1940, at age 29. I was three. He was an electrical engineer, and raised on Long Beach Island, NJ, and a nationally known fine art photographer, having been published in national magazines. His negatives were lost for 72 years and recently found and returned to me. I just started going through them. I scanned the negative on a high end, high resolution film scanner, and I interpreted the negative in the spirit and style of Alexander Gurtcheff. Hope you like it
NOTE: The camera was I Zeiss Super Ikonta A with Tessar lens, which my Mother saved for me.