Born Detroit, Michigan 1926
Father born in Austria 1888, came to America in 1912.
Mother born in Russia 1890, came to America in 1914.
The Krieger family were together again in Detroit in December 1945.
My brother and I had returned from service in the U.S. Army Air Corps.
My sister had returned from working in an airplane factory in Los Angeles.
Married Atty de Vries
During Fall Joint Computer Conference at San Francisco, 1966
High School, Detroit
Excerpt from 1943 Highland Park High School Yearbook
US Army Air Corps
Army Air Corps, Instructor at Photo School (while awaiting Pre Flight Training)
Wayne Univ., Detroit
Chemistry Major, 1947-1950
Univ. of Calif., Berkeley
Ecole des Langues Orientales, Paris
United Bicycle Inst., Oregon
Bicycle Maintenance, 1988
Univ. of Oregon
Major in Art, Minor in Russian, 1991-94
Selfie: Tatyana Gorokhovskaya's Russian Class
Nederlands, Français, Deutsch
Fortran, C, Z80 Assembly, HTML
I am a born and bred liberal
Father: FDR Democrat; Mother: Labor Zionist, (knew Golda Meir)
Liberty Magazine, 1935-36
The Detroit News, 1938-40
My route was Englewood, Woodland, and Tennyson Streets
Besides papers for my route, I sold Extra Editions on the street, such as on the morning of Sept. 1, 1939 at the start of WWII.
Part-time Clerk at the photo counter, Fromm's, 1942-3
I worked in the Photo Department of Packard Motor Car Co., 1943-44
Evenings and weekends during 1944, free-lance photographer for the Detroit Jewish News
During the 1946 Golden Jubilee of the automobile in Detroit, working for the Press Picture Service, I photographed every antique auto on exhibit at
the Detroit Convention Hall.
"To Herman, who wasted a flash bulb on me", Harpo Marx, Detroit, 1946
I worked evenings for the photo concession at The Bowery, 1946-49
Bimbo's 365 and The Italian Village Night Clubs, San Francisco
Evenings I printed the photos taken at these night clubs, 1951-52
W.P. Fuller Paint Co., So. San Francisco, 1952-3
From Abacus to One Laptop per Second Childhood
Via Real-Time Systems, Military Computers, and IBM Mainframes
North American Aviation / Autonetics, Los Angeles and Anaheim 1956-59
M.I.L.K. (Moments of Intimacy, Laughter and Kinship) International Exhibition, Juried by Elliot Erwitt, appeared 2001-2003 at Grand Central Terminal, New York; Regents Park, London; Sydney Opera House, and Federation Square, Melbourne.
Opus 6IX Gallery, September 2006, Four Photographer Show, curated by Robert Canaga