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The Black Civil War Soldier. A Visual History of Conflict and Citizenship.
Text by Deborah Willis.
NYU Press, New York, 2021.   Cat# IG029    ISBN-13: 978-1479809004

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Requiem for the Innocent. El Paso and Beyond.
Photographs by John Willis. Text and poems by Robin Behn. Contribution by Matan Rubinstein.
George F Thompson Publishing, 2020.   Cat# IG037   
Mni Wiconi/Water Is Life. Honoring the Water Protectors at Standing Rock and Everywhere in the Ongoing Struggle for Indigenous Sovereignty.
Photographs and Text by John Willis. Afterword by Shaunna Oteka-McCovey. Foreword by Terry Tempest Williams.
George F Thompson Publishing, 2019.   Cat# ZJ137    ISBN-13: 978-1938086663
Views from the Reservation. A New Edition.
Photograph by John Willis. Contribution by Kent Nerburn.
George F Thompson Publishing, 2019.   Cat# IG038    ISBN-13: 978-1938086632
Through the African American Lens. Double Exposure.
By Rhea Combs & Deborah Willis.
D Giles Limited, 2014.   Cat# ZG027    ISBN-13: 978-1907804465
Out [o] Fashion Photography. Embracing Beauty.
By Deborah Willis.
University Of Washington Press, Seattle, 2013.   Cat# WA071    ISBN-13: 978-0295992518
Black & White. Circus, Brooklyn Gang, Time of Change, East 100th Street, Central Park.
Photographs by Bruce Davidson. Texts by Bruce Davidson, Emily Haas Davidson, Mildred Feliciano, Sam Holmes, John Lewis, Elizabeth Barlow Rogers and Deborah Willis.
Steidl, Gottingen, 2012.   Cat# ZF004    ISBN-13: 978-3869304328
The Woodmans.
A film by C. Scott Willis.
Kino International Corp., 2011.   Cat# ZF090   

Views from the Reservation.
Photographs by John Willis.
Center for American Places, 2010.   Cat# UC123    ISBN-10: 1935195123

Posing Beauty. African American Images from the 1890s to the Present.
By Deborah Willis.
W W Norton & Company Inc, New York, 2009.   Cat# NT268    ISBN-13: 978-0393066968

Recycled Realities.
Photographs by John Willis and Tom Young. Text by Martha A. Sandweiss.
Center for American Places, Chicago, 2006.   Cat# ZC760    ISBN-10: 1930066481

Recycled Realities.
Photographs by John Willis and Tom Young, with a conclusion by Martha A. Sandweiss.
Center for American Places, Santa Fe, 2006.   Cat# ZC774    ISBN-10: 1930066481
Black. A Celebration of a Culture
Photographs by Deborah Willis
Hylas Publishing, New York, 2004.   Cat# ST049    ISBN-10: 1592580513

Place, Art, and Self.
Photographs by Yi-Fu Tuan with photographs by Tammy Mercure, Jocelyn Nevel, John Willis, and Tom Young.
Center for American Places, Staunton, 2004.   Cat# ZC343   

Lenswork #30 July-August, 2000.
Text by Jan Phillips, David Hurn. Photographs by David Hurn, Mary Landi, and John Willis.
LensWork Publishing, Portland, 2000.   Cat# LQ006   

A Singular Elegance. The Photographs of Baron Adolph de Meyer.
Text by Anne Ehrenkranz. Dedication by John Szarkowski. Introduction by Willis Hartshorn.
Chronicle Books, San Francisco, 1994.   Cat# CI070   

Early Black Photographers. 1840-1940. 23 Postcards.
Edited by Deborah Willis.
New Press, New York, 1992.   Cat# NT028    ISBN-10: 1565840070

Black Photographers 1940-1988. An Illustrated Bio-Bibliography.
Written by Deborah Willis-Thomas.
Garland Publishing, New York, 1989.   Cat# GL002    ISBN-10: 082408389X

Picturing Australia. A History of Photography.
Written by Anne-Marie Willis.
Angus and Robertson Publishers, Northryde, 1989.   Cat# ZA107    ISBN-10: 0207155992

Man Ray: Bazaar Years.
Photographs by Man Ray. Text by John Esten and Willis Hartshorn.
Rizzoli, New York, 1988.   Cat# RZ057    ISBN-10: 0847810089


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