Photography in nineteenth-century America

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Amon Carter Museum, 1991 - Photography - 335 pages
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Six essays by noted scholars examine the varied ways in which photographs reflected and influenced 19th-century American life. Contributors include: Alan Trachtenberg, Barbara McCandless, Keith F. Davis, Peter B. Hales, Sarah Greenough, and the editor. Includes 244 photographs, many never-before-reproduced.

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This substantial contribution to the history of photography accompanies a traveling exhibition at the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. Images borrowed from 52 institutions and a number of ... Read full review

Contents

The Emergence of a Keyword
17
Promoting the Art
49
Portfolio
76
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Martha A. Sandweiss is professor of history and American studies at Amherst College.

Alan Trachtenberg is Neil Grey Professor of American Studies and English Literature at Yale University.

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