Photographs by Andrea Modica. Essay by E. Annie Proulx. Introduction by Maria Morris Hambourg.
Chronicle Books, San Francisco, 1996. 88 pp., 40 duotone illustrations, 9¾x11½".

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Treadwell is Modica's first major published collection — a rich, empathetic, and often wrenching study of small town family life in upstate New York.

Focusing on one young girl and her extended clan of family and friends, with whom Modica forged a ten-year relationship, the images in Treadwell express pathos and humanity without sentimentality or spectacle. Including 40 exquisite duotone photographs and an essay by Pulitzer prize-winning writer E. Annie Proulx, this seminal work makes a distinguished contribution to the visual chronicle of human experience in the twentieth century.

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