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Ing The selection presentation and concept of the book are all top Definitely worthy of any photo book collectors librar. F America during the Great DepressionFor the 40th anniversary dition of this remarkable volume all of the photographs texts and historical the 40th anniversary Cinderella Unmasked (Fairytale Fantasies edition of this remarkable volume all of the photographs texts and historical that comprised the originaldition have been carefully reproduced followed by a new afterword by O’Neal detailing the vents that followed the book’s initial release Elegant in its simplicity A Vision Shared is detailing the vents that followed the book’s initial release Elegant in its simplicity A Vision Shared is reminder of the power of photographic storytelling as readers are pulled into the lives of ordinary Americans and the PLACES WHERE THEY LIVED. where they lived.

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Absolutely beautiful book that Documents American History Through Photography Steidl Can Always Be Counted American history through photography Steidl can always be counted for xcel. Featuring the work of the 11 photographers who worked for the Farm Security Administration perhaps the finest photographic team assembled in the 20th century A Vision Shared A Classic Portrait of AMERICA AND ITS PEOPLE 1935–1943 WAS FIRST PUBLISHED IN and Its People 1935–1943 was first published in to great acclaim and was named one of the 100 most important books of the decade by the Association of to great acclaim and was named one of the 100 most important books of the decade by the Association of Publishers By any measure this is a remarkable book wrote Alden Whitman in The New York Times one of the few beneficent fruits of the Depr. Lent ualityvalue But after checking this out from the library I couldn t help it Steidl does a great job with the print. Ession and one of the few collections of photographs to limn both the starkness of American life in those years and the indomitable strength of those who ndured themFor the project John Collier Jack Delano Walker Evans Theo Jung Dorothea Lange Russell Lee Carl Mydans Arthur Rothstein Ben Shahn John Vachon and Marion Post wolcott were invited by photographer hank o’neal to were invited by photographer Hank O’Neal to the best of their own work and provide commentary resulting
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