BOUCHER, JE: A Record in Detail: The Architectural Photographs of Jack E. Boucher

Boucher, Jack E. A Record in Detail: The Architectural Photographs of Jack E. Boucher. University of Missouri Press, 1988. ISBN: 0826206409. Unmarked text. Design label on front end page. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#30631) $14.00

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Introduction by William H. Pierson, Jr. Preface by Robert Kapsch. Essay on American Buildings by William Lebovich. “Life Behind the Lens” by Jack E. Boucher. 105p.

Jack E. Boucher (1931-2012) was an American photographer for the National Park Service for more than 40 years beginning in 1958. His architectural photographs are a stimulating exploration of what makes architecture interesting and exciting.

This book is A careful selection of photographs for the Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) over nearly 50 years.

ADAMS, A: The Negative (The New Ansel Adams Photography Series, Book 2)

Book Cover. The Negative (The New Ansel Adams Photography Series, Book 2)Adams, Ansel and Robert Baker. The Negative (The New Ansel Adams Photography Series, Book 2). New York Graphic Society, 1981. ISBN: 0821211315. Unmarked text. Some small tears and bends on unclipped dust jacket. Good in good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#30627)

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Well illustrated. Topics range from Visualization and Image values to Value Control and Processing. 272p. Appendices. Index.

Inside page. The Negative (The New Ansel Adams Photography Series, Book 2)

ROESSER, N: Philosophizing Brecht: Critical Readings on Art, Consciousness, Social Theory and Performance (Consciousness, Literature and the Arts 55)

Roessler, Norman; Squiers, Anthony. Philosophizing Brecht: Critical Readings on Art, Consciousness, Social Theory and Performance (Consciousness, Literature and the Arts 55). Brill Rodopi, 2019. ISBN: 9789004404434. Unmarked text. Like New. Hardcover. (#30129) $99.00

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206p. bridging diverse discourses in social philosophy and aesthetics—an essential read for all those interested in Brecht as a socio-cultural theorist and theatre practitioners. 206p.