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Martin "Marty" Lederhandler (November 23, 1917 – March 25, 2010) was a photographer for the Associated Press for 66 years, making him the longest-serving AP staff member. During his career, he photographed every President of the United States "from Herbert Hoover to Bill Clinton".
He retired in the wake of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, saying they helped spur the decision. His photograph of the burning towers of the World Trade Center juxtaposed against the Empire State Building has been described as "iconic".
- Flying the coop.(retirement of AP photographer Marty Lederhandler) from American Journalism Review, 1 January 2002, archived at highbeam.com
- Richard Pyle (March 26, 2010). "Marty Lederhandler, AP lensman for 66 years, dies". The Washington Post. Associated Press story. Retrieved 2010-03-26.[dead link]
- New York's Longest Run at Digital Journalist, by Richard Pyle, February 2002
- Shooting D-Day through a lens at the BBC, 21 June 2004
- 100 Iconic Photos of the Decade at CTV Television Network
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