Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 2006. First edition. Hardcover. SIGNED by the author of the Foreword. 157pp. Quarto [28.5 cm] Black cloth over boards. In a dust jacket, with rubbing and several scratches to the rear panel. The longest scratch measures 4 1/2 inches. "Autographed Copy" sticker on the front panel. Near Fine / Very good. Item #64317
Danish immigrant Benedicte Wrensted greatly contributed to the visual legacy of the Northern Shoshone, Lemhi, and Bannock ("Sho-Ban") American Indian tribes. She opened up her photography studio in Pocatello, Idaho, in 1895, working there as a commercial photographer until 1912. Her work remained little known outside of Pocatello, and like so many other women photographers of the period, she became lost to photographic history.
This copy is signed by Bonnie C. Wuttunee-Wadsworth, the author of the Foreword, on the title page.