Monthly Archives: April 2014
Detail, J. A. Pugh cabinet card back mark; author’s collection It has been awhile since I posted anything on this blog! And it will be another while until I am able to post the first of several pieces I have in the works on Georgia photographers. I am not sure which of my “almost ready” […]
Here is a wonderful post by The National Media Museum on Fox Talbot’s “The Pencil of Nature,” the first commercially published book to be illustrated with photographs. It relates strongly to comments I made earlier in my 3/11/2014 post on e-books available on the history of photography. Enjoy this interesting post.
My books mean a lot to me – can I put it more simply than that? The first photo-history book I ever purchased for myself, in 1979, is considered a classic. That book is called Photography and the American Scene; a Social History, 1839-1889. It was first published in 1938 by Macmillan. My own copy […]