Furman Stewart Baldwin
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Furman S. Baldwin is an American photographer, best known for the picture he took in 1947 of his two-year-old son and two neighborhood girls, commonly called Il Bacio (The Kiss). In this photo, one of the neighbors seems to look a bit jealous because the boy is not kissing her. The boy in the picture is Baldwin's son, Furman Stewart Baldwin, Jr.
Furman S. Baldwin served as a navy pilot in the Pacific theater during World War II and served as a civilian for the Department of Defense at The United States Military Academy at West Point until his retirement in 1985.
He currently resides in Millbrae, California. His wife Margaret Baldwin died in 2010.
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