The Whim-wham book
Summary:A collection of riddles, jokes, jump rope rhymes, wishes,summer camp songs, and other Americana alive in the United States today.
Photography, essays & images : illustrated readings in the history of photography
Cubism and abstract art
Herbert Bayer : photographic works an exhibition
The Lucius Beebe reader.
Summary:Contains a collection of the author’s writings, culled from periodicals, newspapers and from unpublished manuscripts.
An historical & descriptive account of the various processes of the daguerreotype & the diorama
The book of wishes and wishmaking.
Summary:Describes the perfect conditions for making wishes and the rituals one must follow if the wishes are to come true.
Folklore on the American land.
American folk poetry: an anthology.
It’s an old Wild West custom.
The hodgepodge book: an almanac of American folklore; containing all manner of curious, interesting, and out-of-the-way information drawn from American folklore, and not to be found anywhere else in the world; as well as jokes, conundrums, riddles, puzzles, and other matter designed to amuse and entertain–all of it most instructive and delightful.
The folklore of love and courtship; the charms and divinations, superstitions and beliefs, signs and prospects of love, sweet love.
The nonsense book of riddles, rhymes, tongue twisters, puzzles and jokes from American folklore.
Casey Jones, and other ballads of the mining West,
Summary:Contains songs collected from oral tradition in the mining camps of the Western states.
779 N45G 1978
Photo-secession : Stieglitz and the fine-art movement in photography
Photo secession; photography as a fine art,
The history of photography, from 1839 to the present day.
Focus : memoirs of a life in photography.
In plain sight : the photographs of Beaumont Newhall
The daguerreotype in America.
Masters of photography;
Latent image : the discovery of photography
American Ballet Theatre
You and your operation.
Time in New England
Sp Col 779 N45pe
The pencil of nature.
Summary:Originally published in 1844, this 1969 edition is an exact fasimile of the original publications. In the new introduction by Beaumont Newhall writes "The Pencil of Nature is a classic. It is a collection of paper photographs made by the inventor of the process, William Henry Fox Talbot, with his account of the discovery and prediciton of uses to which it might be put. It is the first book illustrated with photographs and the first mass prodiction of photographs. It stands in relation to the history of photography as does the Gutenberg Bible to printing.
Supreme instants : the photography of Edward Weston
The daybooks of Edward Weston