Homeless: Portraits of Americans in Hard Times

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Beverly J. Ornstein
Chronicle Books Llc, 1993 - Political Science - 141 pages
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Presents portraits of 75 of San Francisco's homeless, ages 3 to 94, accompanied by their own stories in some cases.

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Unlike the compelling photographs that depict economic hardships during the Great Depression, this book consists of very disturbing portraits of people made homeless through abuse of drugs and alcohol ... Read full review


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Howard Schatz is a New York photographer who created the book Water Dance, which is a collection of pictures of dancers photographed under water. He has done work for AT&T, IMB, Clairol, and Virgin Records. His work has appeared in US News & World Report, Vibe Magazine, Life Magazine, Harper's Bazaar, and Vogue. His work is exhibited in several different countries and his clientele is just as extensive.

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