The late Jim Miller, Jr., photo editor of this newspaper for many years, was inducted into the Missouri Photojournalism Hall of Fame Thursday evening. The award was in recognition of his work at The Missourian for more than 20 years. If you count his work at this newspaper while he was in high school and college, his time here would be more like 30 some years. He started his career in photography at an early age.
Jim Miller, Jr., follows his father as an inductee in the Hall of Fame, which was established here in 2005. Jim Miller, Sr., was inducted in the second class in 2006. Senior taught junior the fundamentals of photography while junior was in the eighth grade and in high school. It was during World War II when the men were off to war and businesses hired many teenagers and women to do work that had been done mostly by men.
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