Greg Gilbert marks 50 years as Seattle Times photojournalist
Greg Gilbert has seen it all. Or most of it, anyway. And he has the pictures to prove it. On Monday, Gilbert marked 50 years as a photographer for The Seattle Times. He was just 21 years old when he was hired on July 10, 1967 by legendary Northwest photographer and photo editor Josef Scaylea.
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