Focusing on images of New York, the rural South, and Miami from the 1890s to the 1940s, Mary N. Woods explores the ways photographers used the built environment to explore not only the gulfs but also the overlaps between modern and traditional culture in America during the early twentieth century.
2009 | 368 pages | Cloth $55.00 | Paper $29.95
Architecture | Photography
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Table of Contents
1. The "New" New York: Alfred Stieglitz and the City from Above and Below
2. Driving Miss Frances: Frances Benjamin Johnston and Photographing the Old South
3. Changing Miami: Marion Post Wolcott and Magic Cities in the Wilderness