Books in category Photography – Photoessays & Documentaries

  • Bloom

    Paul Solberg, Christopher Makos

    New photographer captures flowers, some rare and some common, in a new and compellingly modern way.

  • Fifty Favorite Climbs

    Fifty Favorite Climbs
    Mark Kroese

    These are climbs each considers to be ultra classic. Climbs they recommend to their closest friends. Climbs they repeat just for fun. These are "the climbs to do," and they are collected here to inspire you.

  • Two Times Intro On the Road with Patti Smith

    Two Times Intro: On the Road with Patti Smith
    Michael Stipe

    " –Chicago Center for Literature and Photography This book comprises Michael Stipe's intimate and evocative photos of Patti Smith on tour in 1995, along with other cultural celebrities who appeared with her, such as Allen Ginsberg.

  • By These Hands

    By These Hands
    David Lewis Parker, Carroll T. Hartwell

    This book is a tribute to the women and men who process the foods we eat, manufacture the cars we drive, and produce the goods that make our lives comfortable.

  • Big Picture

    Big Picture
    Arthur D’Arazien

    Arthur d'Arazien's particular talent was to photograph American industry.

  • Working in the USA

    Working in the USA
    Christine Hauber

    The diversity on the pages of Working in the USA makes it an important contribution to the country's history.

  • Down in the Garden

    Down in the Garden
    Anne Geddes

    Presents a collection of photographs featuring babies costumed to resemble creatures and plants found in the garden.

  • Faces of Hope

    Faces of Hope
    Christine Pisera Naman

    In this book, Christine Pisera Naman, whose son Trevor was born on September 11, 2001, has gathered together striking black-and-white photos of her child and forty-nine other babies who share the same birthday.

  • Pennhurst State School and Hospital

    Pennhurst State School and Hospital
    J. Gregory Pirmann and the Pennhurst Memorial & Preservation Alliance

    This book provides a window into that separate world, reminding those who were part of it of what they saw and did there and giving those who know only what they have heard or seen a different picture of what Pennhurst truly was.

  • Exploring Iran

    Exploring Iran
    Ayse Gursan-Salzmann

    Bronze Age site of Tepe Hissar near the town of Damghan and the monumental buildings of the pre-Islamic Sasanian Palace.

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