Books in category Photography – History

  • Laurel Hill Cemetery

    Laurel Hill Cemetery
    Carol Yaster and Rachel Wolgemuth

    Once again, the cemetery is regarded as an important part of the community, a worthy destination for visitors, and a place to share in the stories of the men and women whose lives shaped both Philadelphia and the nation.

  • Nebraska

    Nebraska
    Frederick C. Luebke

    This work contains fifty-eight short topical chapters on Nebraska history that, when united with the images in this rich gallery of illustrations, present a unique history of the state.

  • Photography

    Photography
    David Bate

    Photography: The Key Concepts provides an ideal guide to the place of photography in our society and to the extraordinary range of photographic genres.

  • IgnĂ c Ĺ echtl TĂ bor 1877 1885 Cartes de Visite

    Ignác Šechtl: Tábor 1877-1885, Cartes-de-Visite
    Marie M. Šechtlová, Josef Musil

    Reproductions of rare and seldom-seen photographs in Carte-de-Visite format, taken in 1877 in Tábor, Czech Republic, by pioneering Czech photographer, Ignác Šechtl (Schächtl).

  • Faces of the North

    Faces of the North
    Bryan Cummins

    A photographic account of John J. Honigmanns anthropological endeavours among northern First Nations from the 1940s to the 1960s.

  • Calling the shots

    Calling the shots
    Jane Lydon

    Historically, photographs of Indigenous Australians were produced in unequal and exploitative circumstances. Today, however, such images represent a rich cultural heritage for descendants, who see them in distinctive and positive ways.

  • When They Were Young

    When They Were Young
    Robert Coles

    Combines prose by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Robert Coles with full page tritone images spanning 150 years of photography from artists including Lewis Hine, Dorothea Lange, and Marion Post Wolcott.

  • An Edmonton Album

    An Edmonton Album
    Jo-Anne Christensen, Dennis Shappka

    Through these photos, moments in Edmonton’s past are captured eternally, rich with details that characterize the era. An Edmonton Album is the city’s memory – in pictures.

  • Ĺ echtl VoseÄ ek A History of the Studio

    Ĺ echtl & VoseÄŤek: A History of the Studio
    Jan HubiÄŤka, Josef Musil

    A selection of photographs spanning the history of the Ĺ echtl & VoseÄŤek photographic studio from the archive held by the Ĺ echtl & VoseÄŤek Museum of Photography.

  • Images of a Vanished Era 1898 1924

    Images of a Vanished Era, 1898-1924
    Walter Carl Schneider, Lucian Niemeyer

    "Previously unpublished images from glass-plate negatives taken by Walter Schneider capture the years of transition from agrarian to industrial society in America and beyond.

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