Photographs & words
Published by the Friends of Photography in association with Matrix Publications, [Providence, R.I.], Jun 1, 1982 - Photography - 120 pages
A native of Nebraska, Wright Morris has frequently turned to the camera to capture and preserve the structures and artifacts that he knew to be vanishing.
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