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LON.

Last seen on: Universal Crossword – Aug 13 2022 s

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Alonzo “Lon” Hanagan was an American physique photographer during the 1940s and 1950s. He produced erotic images of men under the alias “Lon of New York”, or simply “Lon”.

Alonzo James “Lon” Hanagan was born in 1911 in Lexington, Massachusetts, the oldest child and only son of Frank and Lizzie Hanagan’s three children. He had two younger sisters, Marry and Betty. The Hannagan’s were a very religious family and although very close, it was a very strict family environment. The family had a piano and Lon played on it, imitating an organist at the church, which the family attended every Sunday. He started to work as a teen boy, with his first job delivering fish from a local seller. In addition to playing music, he wrote and published some song himself as a teenager. His first published composition was “A Bunch of Good Fellows Are We”, written for a musical, performed by “Good Fellows” group. He started to play piano and organ on a weekly radio program in Lexington at the age of sixteen. He also performed in local churches and events. He moved with his family in 1928 to Lockport, New York, when his father was transferred to the Jefferson Union Plant. Lon graduated from high school in Lockport in 1929. In Lockport he worked as an organist at movie theaters. He befriended a local boy Ralph Ehmke, who became his first boyfriend. Lon developed an interest in photography while a teenage boy, with his parents buying him a Kodak Box camera. He learned a darkroom skills in a boy scout camp in New Hampshire. His early photographs were images of his family, friends, and endless snapshots of Ralph Ehmke. In camp he also made his first series of male nudes, photographing one of his adult camp counselors fresh from the shower.

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