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16x20 1969 Black & White Fine Art Print. Groupies: "Sally Mann" © Iconic Images-Baron Wolman 2017.
Baron Wolman considered Sally Mann a perfect example of why he was smitten by the groupies. “She was lovely to look at, quick-witted, and super-intelligent with a knife-sharp sense of humor,” he said. In January, 1970, Sally married Spencer Dryden of Jefferson Airplane, with whom they had a son, Jesse. After her divorce from Dryden, Mann spent time in prison but was a model prisoner, eventually earning a full scholarship to Emory Law School where she graduated with honors- now working as a practicing attorney in Texas. “She is so cool...,” Wolman said.
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Baron Wolman is credited for paving a visual path as Rolling Stone Magazine’s first staff photographer during the height of the rock ‘n’ roll age. Decades later, his iconic images of legendary musicians are widely collected and exhibited around the world.