Tom Kelley, who spent 35 years shooting pictures for The Washington Post, died June 25 of a stroke. He was 88.
Kelley joined The Post in 1938, and shot everything from hard news to sporting events. A member of the White House News Photographers’ Association, Kelley covered six presidents (Franklin D. Roosevelt to Richard Nixon). His coverage of President John F. Kennedy’s funeral was featured in a three-page spread in National Geographic.