Bruce Mozert (1916-2015) was the photographer at Silver Springs, the iconic theme park, in the 1950s. He created zany photographs of attractive young women performing everyday activities underwater to show the clarity of the spring water and to lure Northerners to the park. Silver Springs was the Disney World of its day thanks, in part, to Mozert's publicity stills that went around the country via the wire services.
Available are 8x10" and 11x14" gelatin silver prints made from the original negatives by Mr. Mozert. These are crafted to archival standards of permanence and are signed on verso.