THE INVENTION OF PHOTOGRAPHY AND ITS IMPACT ON LEARNING.; PHOTOGRAPHS FROM HARVARD UNIVERSITY AND RADCLIFFE COLLEGE AND FROM THE COLLECTION OF HARRISON D. HARBLIT. Louise Ambler, Melissa Banta.

THE INVENTION OF PHOTOGRAPHY AND ITS IMPACT ON LEARNING.; PHOTOGRAPHS FROM HARVARD UNIVERSITY AND RADCLIFFE COLLEGE AND FROM THE COLLECTION OF HARRISON D. HARBLIT.

Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1989. First edition. 4to., xii, 93 pp., profusely illustrated with b&w photo-illustrations. Illustrated stiff wrappers. Moderate wear; foxing along the foredge; else very good. Item #52725

Contributors include: Eugenia Parry Janis, Beaumont Newhall, Melissa Banta, Carney Gavin, James S. Ackerman, and others. With articles on the collections at Harvard and Radcliffe, as well as, Photography and Sociak Sciences, On Seeing Medicine's Science and Art, etc.

Price: $25.00

See all items in HISTORY, NINETEENTH CENTURY
See all items by ,