E.G. “BOB” ALBRIGHT (1922-2010), a native of California, came to The Daily Oklahoman and Oklahoma City Times in 1952 to begin a 33-year career as a photographer. A WWII veteran and tech school graduate, he is the embodiment of a photojournalist. He began with Speed Graphics and flashbulbs and met the changes of roll film and 35 mm cameras without hesitation. He is known for his unquenchable enthusiasm—a terrific photographer and a journalist who inspired many around him. He won many awards including twice Photographer Of the Year by the Oklahoma Press Association; his work was also included in the Oklahoma Historical Society’s 50 Years of Photojournalism exhibit.