Alice Rose George, a Mississippi-born poet, curator, and photo editor who was an ardent promoter of famous and unsung photographers for over 50 years, and whose unerring eye for visual details made her a fixture in New York’s magazine world, died on Dec. 22 in Los Angeles. She was 76.

Alice Rose George, a ‘Photographer’s Dream Editor,’ Dies at 76

Her unerring eye for visuals made her a fixture in New York’s magazine world, where she promoted scores of famous and unsung photographers. Alice Rose George, a Mississippi-born poet, curator and photo editor who was an ardent promoter of famous and unsung photographers for over 50 years, and whose unerring eye for visual details made her a fixture in New York’s magazine world, died on Dec.

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