J. Baylor Roberts

Mild-mannered and self-effacing, Joseph Baylor Roberts (1902-1994) was nevertheless one of the most dependable National Geographic staff photographers of the mid-20th century. He photographed anything and everything anywhere in the world, contributing to nearly 60 stories between 1936 and 1967. Though nearly 60, he was selected to accompany the submarine U.S.S. Triton when it made its historic first submerged voyage around the globe.

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