1911

On May 4th George was born in Yonkers, New York.

1925

Started taking photographs with a folding Kodak.

1926-1930

Attended Barnard School for Boys, Fieldston, New York.

1927

Did cast drawing at Grand Central Art School, New York City.

1930-1934

Attended Yale University and received BA in Liberal Arts with a concentration in drawing.

1933

First trip to Europe; began 35m photography; England, France, Switzerland, Germany, and the Austrian Tyrol.

1934-1940

Did freelance photography and portraits in New York City.

1937

Studied at the Art Students League, New York City.

1937

Painted and photographed on first trip to Monhegan Island, Maine.

1938

Did photo story on Grand Manan fishing industry; this was published nationwide and in Canada; also did numerous paintings of island life.

1939

Worked on and acted in documentary film, Light for the Traveler, New York City; went to Hollywood to photograph Ramon Novarro.

1940

Studied art under Carl Nelson at the American People's School, Bronx, New York.

1942-1944

United States Army; did numerous paintings and sketches of army life.

1944

Returned to freelance photography in New York City; purchased house on Fire Island and continued to paint.

1946

Took 35,000-mile trip through the United States, Canada, and Mexico; made documentary film of this trip.

1947

Won The Jennie Sesnan Gold Medal for painting from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts

1948

Photographed Georgia O'Keeffe on Fire Island; travelled to Europe on the freighter Topa Topa with Tom Heggen, author of Broadway play Mister Roberts; toured Hamburg, Amsterdam, Paris, Rome, French Riviera and Capri.

1950-1970

Spent winters in Key West.

1951

Photographed John Marin at Cape Split, Maine and Cliffside, New Jersey.

1952

Photographed O'Keeffe and D.H.Lawrence's three women - Mabel Dodge Luhan, Frieda Lawrence and Dorothy Brett - in New Mexico.

1955

Spent two months photographing at Cinecitta Movie Studios in Rome; portraits of Sophia Loren and Audrey Hepburn in Rome and W.H.Auden on the island of Ischia.

1956

Took around-the-world trip: Japan, Hong Kong, Bangkok, India, Greece, Egypt, Italy, France, England.

1957

Began association with Photo Researchers in New York City; established Dorland Gallery in Greenwich Village.

1958

Went on second around-the-world trip: Tahiti, Australia, India, Yugoslavia, Austria and Spain; photo essay on Italy published by Coronet.

1960

Moved to Trenton, Maine.

1965-1980

Contributing photographer for Down East magazine.

1967

Finished portfolio of photographs of Key West.

1970

Photographed Harold Acton at La Pietra, Florence, Italy.

1973

Photographed Tennessee Williams in Key West.

1960-2001

Worked as photographer and painter in Maine.

2002

On September 14th George passed away in Bar Harbor, Maine.