Former San Francisco Examiner photographer Paul Glines, 71, died suddenly Thursday morning of a heart attack while driving near his home in Matawan, New Jersey. In the turbulent 1960s, Glines headed west to California, where he was hired as a staff photographer for the San Francisco Examiner.
Glines landed his first job as a photographer for the Union-Leader in Manchester, N.H. ”He got a book at the library on how to take pictures and develop film, and he went to the newspaper and said he could be a photographer,” Glines’ wife, Sara Glines said. It worked, and he was off and running on a career that would span five decades.
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