Photographers in Arizona
A History & Directory
by Jeremy Rowe
The Old West comes alive through visual images made in the Arizona Territory from its beginning to statehood in 1912. Jeremy Rowe's unique collection of photographs and his analysis of the history of photography in Arizona provides an exciting window into one of the most colorful chapters in our Western heritage.
Fully illustrated history of photography in Arizona; portfolio of Arizona images; directory with detailed biographies of photographers; listing of photographers by city; overview of photographic formats with dating guide; bibliography; index.
136 pages, 8-½" x 11"
ISBN # 1-887694-05-6 cloth
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