Horace Bristol: An American View
San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1996. First edition. Hardcover. Quarto. 144pp. Photographic dust wrapper lettered in yellow and white. Black cloth stamped in blind and light yellow. Illustrated with over 120 duotone images.
Horace Bristol (1908-1997) was one of the first staff photographers for Life Magazine.
"In the tradition of the great photographic populists Alfred Eisenstaedt and Dorothea Lange, Horace Bristol used his camera to record the human, intimate movements in the grand sweep of history. Bristol's American view included the best and the worst of this century, from poignant images of the urban poor and migrant farm workers during the Depression to the battle scenes of World War II and compelling portraits of post-war Japan and Southeast Asia." (Publisher). Fine condition. Item #50284