On the wall above the kitchen table in Milton
Rogovin's modest home here hangs a handwritten sign listing some of the
notable events of 1909: Geronimo's death in prison; the first full year
of production for Ford's Model T; the founding of what was to become the
N.A.A.C.P.; the birth in New York City of Milton Rogovin, who,
approaching 100, is one of the country's most revered social-documentary
Mr. Rogovin was an optometrist whose business was
decimated and his children shunned after he refused to testify before
the House Un-American Activities Committee in 1958.
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