|Dates: ||1856, 3 October - 1946, 24 June|
|Born: ||England, London|
|Died: ||US, NJ, Teaneck|
|Active: ||Cuba / Europe / Mexico|
Was one of the key photographers during the Spanish American War and his photographs for ‘Colliers Weekly‘ are generally credited with greatly increasing circulation. He did photograph a number of wars following this including the Russo-Japanese War (1904), the Mexican Revolution (1911), the First Balkan War (1912), and the First World War (1914-) for ‘Leslie‘s Weekly‘.
The Jimmy Hare archives are held at the Harry Ransom Center. They are missing a portion of the collection that was given to Cecil Carnes that is now lost. If anybody knows the whereabouts of the Cecil Carnes archive please get in touch. (May 2013)
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