From the Post’s obituary:
Joseph D. Jamieson, 101, an Associated Press photographer who covered Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s White House, the veterans’ Bonus Marches of 1932 and the 1937 Mississippi River flood, died of pneumonia May 20 at Casey House in Rockville.
Mr. Jamieson started his long photo career at age 17 at The Washington Post. He was working as a copy boy when a fire call came in; the newsroom was empty, so he grabbed a camera and rushed to the scene. His photo was used, and from that moment on, Mr. Jamieson was a photographer, covering sports and features.