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Chicago's South Side, 1946-1948

104 black-and-white photographs. Sprache: Englisch.
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The photographs in this work chronicle a black Chicago of 50 years ago - the "South Side" community that burgeoned as thousands of African-Americans settled in Chicago during World War II. It is a memoir of an often poverty-stricken life in the tenem... weiterlesen
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Titel: Chicago's South Side, 1946-1948
Autor/en: Wayne F. Miller

ISBN: 0520223160
EAN: 9780520223165
104 black-and-white photographs.
Sprache: Englisch.
University of California Press

20. September 2000 - gebunden - 127 Seiten

Beschreibung

The photographs in this work chronicle a black Chicago of 50 years ago - the "South Side" community that burgeoned as thousands of African-Americans settled in Chicago during World War II. It is a memoir of an often poverty-stricken life in the tenements of Chicago.

Portrait

Wayne F. Miller, a photojournalist, was a member of Edward Steichen's World War II U.S. Navy Combat Photo Unit, associate curator for the famous The Family of Man exhibit and book at New York's Museum of Modern Art, a contract photographer for Life magazine, and a member and former president of Magnum Photos. He co-authored Baby's First Year with Dr. Benjamin Spock, authored The World Is Young, and currently owns and maintains a redwood forest in Northern California. Orville Schell is Dean of the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of California, Berkeley. Gordon Parks is a photographer, filmmaker, author, poet, and composer. Robert B. Stepto is an author and Professor of English and African American Studies at Yale University.

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"Miller's work is intimate but never presumptuous; each black-and-white image retains its mystery. You realize there is more to know about this community than a camera's eye-or ours-can find. It is part of his gift that he knows this too."--"New York Times Book Review
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