White family embraces celebrated black ancestor

Celebrated Chicago photographer King Ganaway, an African-American, died in 1944 in anonymity. Now his white descendants are reclaiming him and trying to recover his lost work. Read the print story here: http://t.co/RKKjlDEL3r​ (John Owens/Chicago Tribune)

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