Ray Lustig: Photojournalist Who Covered Crime Storie and Natural Disasters But Was Best Known For his Work on Capitol Hill

From a Washington Post obit by Matt Schudel headlined “Ray Lustig, longtime Post photographer on Capitol Hill, dies at 83”:

Ray Lustig, a longtime Washington Post photojournalist who covered crime stories, natural disasters and auto races but was best known for his work on Capitol Hill, where he captured the debates and drama of Congress, was found dead March 10 at his home in Washington. He was 83.

Mr. Lustig was a photojournalist in Washington for 38 years, joining The Post in 1981 after 15 years at the Washington Star, which ceased publication that year. He covered the Watergate hearings in the 1970s for the Star and went on to become one of the most-respected and longest-serving members of the Capitol photography corps.