American Route 66.
Home on the Road
Photographs by Jane Bernard and Polly Brown.
Museum Of New Mexico Press,
172 pp., 116 duotone and color illustrations, 11x9½".
Route 66, the Mother Road as John Steinbeck called it, has evolved into a revered icon. It is a destination in and of itself. It is a road that helped shape America's history and culture. America as it used to be-before the nation became generic.
Assembling powerful black and white portraits and beautiful color images with poignant and often humorous interviews, American Route 66: Home on the Road is a contemporary portrait of America's first highway. For three years, Santa Fe photographers Polly Brown and Jane Bernard traveled to the heart of 21st century America, crisscrossing the country from California to Chicago, all in an effort to document in photographs and first-person accounts, the people and roadside attractions just off the beaten path.
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