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Photographs that changed the world : the camera as witness, the photograph as evidence

Author: Lorraine Monk
Publisher: Toronto : Macfarlane Walter & Ross, ©1989.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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A selection of photographs, that influenced and revealed, and therefore had a dramatic impact on the world.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lorraine Monk
ISBN: 0921912013 9780921912019
OCLC Number: 19849359
Description: 51 [i.e. 118] pages : illustrations (some color) ; 30 cm
Contents: View of the courtyard at Gras / Joseph Nicéphore Niépce --
Latticed window, Lacock Abbey / William Henry Fox Talbot --
Boulevard du Temple, Paris / Louis Jacques Mandé Daguerre --
Colussus of Ramses II, Egypt / Maxime Du Camp --
Aerial view of Paris / Nadar --
Abraham Lincoln / Matthew B. Brady --
Mrs. Herbert Duckworth / Julia Margaret Cameron --
Old Faithful / William Henry Jackson --
Galloping horse / Eadweard J. Muybridge --
Chief Sitting Bull / William Notman --
Gathering water-lilies / Peter Henry Emerson --
George Eastman with Kodak camera / Frederick Fargo Church --
Underwater self-portrait / Louis Boutan --
Child spinner / Lewis W. Hine --
Charlie Chaplin : motion picture still --
Charles Lindbergh and the Spirit of St. Louis / Photographer unknown --
Greta Garbo / Clarence Sinclair Bull. Drop of milk / Harold E. Edgerton --
Sharecropper family, Alabama / Walker Evans --
Migrant mother / Dorothea Lange --
Jesse Owens / Photographer unknown --
Death of a Loyalist soldier / Robert Capa --
The bombing of Guernica / Photographer unknown --
Franklin Delano Roosevelt / Photographer unknown --
Pearl Harbor / Unidentified U.S. Navy photographer --
Winston Spencer Churchill / Yousuf Karsh --
The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising / From the the files of SS Commander Jürgen Stroop --
D Day / Gilbert A. Milne --
Raising the flag at Iwo Jima / Joe Rosenthal --
The living dead of Buchenwald / Margaret Bourke-White --
Anne Frank : self-portrait --
First atomic bomb explosion / Los Alamos National Laboratory --
The walk to Paradise Garden / W. Eugene Smith --
Gandhi / Margaret Bourke-White. Unidentified flying object / Paul Trent --
Marilyn Monroe / Matthew Zimmerman --
Ranch market / Robert Frank --
Mao Tse-tung : official portrait --
Cuban missile base / U.S. Air Force --
The march on Washington / Robert W. Kelley --
John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Jr. / Harry Leder --
Execution of a Viet Cong suspect / Eddie Adams --
Shooting at Kent State University / John Filo --
South Vietnamese children burned by napalm / Nick (Huynh Cong) Ut --
Tomoko in her bath / W. Eugene Smith --
Terry Fox / Gail Harvey --
Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin on the Moon / Neil Armstrong --
Harp seal pup / Fred Bruemmer --
The Challenger explodes / NASA --
The Statue of Liberty / Aram Gesar --
Earthrise / William Anders.
Responsibility: Lorraine Monk.

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A selection of photographs, that influenced and revealed, and therefore had a dramatic impact on the world.

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