Item #66237 Photographer of the Southwest: Adam Clark Vroman, 1856-1916. Ruth I. Mahood, Beaumont Newhall.

Photographer of the Southwest: Adam Clark Vroman, 1856-1916

New York: Bonanza Books, [1961]. Bonanza Books reprint. Hardcover. 127pp. Slim quarto [29 cm] 1/4 beige cloth with teal blue paper over boards, with a small stain on the front board. In the illustrated dust jacket, trimmed a bit short, with light surface wear, and a small stain on the front panel. Very Good + / Very Good. Item #66237
ISBN: 0517186160

From the Introduction-

"Adam Clark Vroman railroad man, book collector, bookseller, amateur archaeologist, and photographer, linked two great periods of Western photography. He was one of a small number of amateurs who continued the tradition of field photography begun n the 1860's by Timothy O'Sullivan, J. K. Hillers, and William Henry Jackson. And he anticipated the direct, precise, and sensitive styles of such twentieth-century photographers as Edward Weston and Ansel Adams."

Price: $30.00

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