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An Assortment of Travel Photographs. by Kathleen M. Features & Details. Belmont, CA USA. College graduate, mother of three, grandmother of 7, great-grandmother of 1, working photographer.
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Kathleen Marie Podolsky, American Photographer. Member Women's Caucus for Art (treasurer Peninsula chapter 1993-1995, member organizing team regional conference 1992), Focus Photographic Society. Podolsky, Kathleen Marie was born on March 11, 1933 in Fresno, California, United States. Daughter of Julius John and Frances Lucille (Burkhardt) Siegfried. Bachelor, California State University, San Jose, 1955. Master class instructor, California Art Teachers Association, Belmont, 1993.
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