Photography in New Mexico, From the Daguerreotype to the Present
Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press, 1979.
First Edition. Hardcover. Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket. ix, 156 pp, with illustrations, selected bibliography, chronology, index. Fine. Dust jacket shows minimal shelf wear and one small (1/2 inch) tear at head of spine. This book "offers a stimulating panorama of the state's cultural and scenic attractions. Through the eyes of seventy outstanding photographers we see mesas, deserts, mountains, churches, pueblos, saloons; landscapes, cityscapes, skies. And we see people - Edward Curtis's Indians, a depression family photographed by Dorthea Lange, an Edward Weston nude, portraits of artists, miners, hippies, cowboys. Like New Mexico itself, this book is a unique amalgam of startling beauty and humor" (dust jacket). Due to size, shipping charges may be more than standard for priority or international orders.