In 1951 the Photo League was shut down, suspected of being a Communist front.
The Photo League eventually vanished, shut down in 1951, after being branded a subversive group.
He was president of the Photo League in 1938 and 1939.
Back from the war he joined the Photo League in New York.
He was an early practitioner of street photography and was associated with the Photo League from 1947 until its closing in 1951.
He was a member of the Workers Film and Photo League in the early 1930s.
In the 1940's, she joined the Photo League, a group of photographers dedicated to a progressive social agenda.
He is a founding member of the Photo League in 1936.
Though never a member, Newman frequented the Photo League during the 1940s.
He joined the Photo League where he received his photography education.