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Stanford Lipseybegan his photography career as a photographer for his high school newspaper. He graduated from the University of Michigan, where he was a photographer forThe Michigan Dailyand photo editor of the university yearbook. His first professional position was as a photojournalist for theSun Newspapersin Omaha, Nebraska. He went on to become the paper's editor, publisher, and owner, before selling it to Warren Buffett. In 1973, Buffett, Lipsey, and Paul Williams won a Pulitzer Prize for a financial expose of Boys Town. Lipsey has been the publisher ofThe Buffalo Newsfor the past 25 years. He has had nine exhibitions in museums and galleries, and provided the photography for the bookForest Lawn Cemetery: Buffalo History Preserved(Forest Lawn Heritage Foundation, 1996).