Cars

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National Geographic Society, Nov 1, 2003 - Transportation - 160 pages
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Even before the advent of the Model T, people were fascinated with cars. An object of appreciation that is not confined to any one continent, the automobile has proven to be a symbol of industrial genius, a work of art, even an obsession. Cars, a tribute to this ongoing love affair with automobiles, is a spectacular collection that features various stages of their mechanical lifespans, from the assembly line to the junkyard. With photographs of people and their vehicles past and present, Cars is a delightful and entertaining road trip down memory lane.

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Leah Bendavid-Val, Director of Photography Publishing for National Geographic Books, is the author of "Propaganda & Dreams: Photographing the 1930s in the USSR and the US; Changing Reality: Recent Soviet Photography; National Geographic: The Photographs;" and "Stories on Paper & Glass." She has curated photography exhibitions for museums worldwide.

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