The Invention of Photography and Its Impact on Learning.

Edited by Louise Todd Ambler and Melissa Banta. Text by Beaumont Newhall and Eugenia Parry Janis, among others.
Harvard University Library, Cambridge, 1989. 93 pp., numerous b&w illustrations,, 8½x11".

This catalogue came out of the Harvard University Library's celebration of photography's sesquicentennial, and it is exquisite! Seven essays are accompanied by early photographs--beautifully rendered--presenting different perspectives on the history of photography and its importance in furthering our knowledge of the world. The photographs are from the collections of Harvard University, Radcliffe College, and from the great collector Harrison D. Horblit. Writers include Eugenia Parry Janis, Beaumont Newhall, John D. Stoeckle, Melissa Banta, among others.

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