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4 result(s) for "Curtis, Verna Posever"
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Photographic memory : the album in the age of photography
\"... traces the rise of the album from the turn of the century to the present day, showcasing some of the most important examples in the history of the medium, as collected by the Library of Congress.\"--Provided by publisher.
A peculiar paradise : Florida photographs
The combined effect of images by Nathan Benn, while on assignment with National Geographic, of his home state with charming anecdotes creates a delightfully vivid, passionate, and subjective look at what adds up to a love letter to the Sunshine State. 'A Peculiar Paradise: Florida Photographs' by Nathan Benn shows its subject--Benn's homestate--at the dawn of the 1980s, during a time when Florida's only true constant was change. Although some regions rested like the state's alligators, staid and satisfied, other areas became a hotbed for the narcotics trade and a hub for Caribbean and South American immigration. This increasing cultural diversity (Miami's English-speaking Caucasian population was in free fall, from 84% in 1950 to just 12% by 1990), and the state's innate peculiarity is captured here with the keen sense of an anthropologist and the glint-in-the-eye of a local.