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Indiana University Press, 1990 - Photography - 113 pages
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Indianapolis, a celebration of the city . . . Ntilde;The Indianapolis Star "The photographs by Darryl Jones are spectacular in content and composition. . . . a lively book about a lively city, as it is today. . . . This book tells us, better than any chamber of commerce brochure, that Indianapolis is indeed quite a place with a lot going on and an ego of its own. And a good bit of beauty, as well." Ntilde;Muncie Star " . . . likely the most beautiful book ever published on Indianapolis." Ntilde;Traces Ograve;Caldwell mixes autobiography, history, architectural reference points, idiom, and contemporary commentary to explore the particular mix of nostalgia, enterprise, and boosterism that Jones illustrates so well.Oacute; Ntilde;Indiana Magazine of History "If you like Indianapolis, you will love the book." Ntilde;The Tipton Tribune Noted Indiana photographer Darryl Jones and longtime news anchor Howard Caldwell have given us the most beautiful book ever published on Indianapolis. Everything is here: cityscapes, notable buildings, the Indy 500, the Colts and the Pacers, the State Fair, memorable neighborhoods, Conner Prairie, balloon races, people, activity, frequently overlooked detailsNtilde;over one hundred full-color pictures which will make the viewer feel that the city is being seen for the first time.

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Jones, an Indianapolis native and photographer.

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