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An Ottawa Album

by Marion Van de Wetering

This illustrated history of Ottawa traces the city’s development from the days when Bytown was a lumber village to its emergence as Canada’s capital and fourth-largest urban area. From the earliest photographs...


Sixty Years in Sixty Minutes

by Don Jacklin

This is a portfolio of a mixed bag of events, and objects that have caught my eye and been recorded as of interest to me. Ilford’s old slogan “For Faces and Places,” was very apt. It could take just sixty...


The Grand Banks

by J. P. Andrieux

“It was the wild west, as all fished in a totally unregulated way in a free-for-all.” For centuries, fishermen the world over have been prosecuting the waters teeming with cod from the Grand Banks of Newfoundland...


Revolutions

by Michael Lowy

The photographs collected in this unique book provide a startling visual documentation of seminal revolutionary events, from the Paris Commune of 1871 through to a series of “Unfinished Revolutions”, from...


Sixty Years in Sixty Minutes

by Don Jacklin

This is a portfolio of a mixed bag of events, and objects that have caught my eye and been recorded as of interest to me. Ilford?s old slogan ?For Faces and Places,? was very apt. It could take just sixty minutes...


French Guiana

by Patrick Chamoiseau & Matt Reeck

Hailed by Milan Kundera as "an heir of Joyce and Kafka," Prix Goncourt winner Patrick Chamoiseau is among the leading Francophone writers today. With most of his novels having appeared in English, this book...


Through Astronaut Eyes

by Jennifer K. Levasseur

Featuring over seventy images from the heroic age of space exploration, Through Astronaut Eyes presents the story of how human daring along with technological ingenuity allowed people to see the Earth and stars...


The Way We Were

by John Hannavy

Brings Scotland’s colourful past to life, snapshots of life, work and play in Edwardian and Victorian Scotland An entertaining and valuable historical and social record


Old Ireland in Colour

by Breslin John & Buckley Sarah Anne

Old Ireland in Colour brings to life the rich history of Ireland and the Irish through the colour restoration of these stunning images of all walks of Irish life throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries....


The Black Civil War Soldier

by Deborah Willis

A stunning collection of stoic portraits and intimate ephemera from the lives of Black Civil War soldiers

Though both the Union and Confederate armies excluded African American men from their initial calls to...


Killing for Show

by Julian Stallabrass

See firsthand how war photography is used to sway public opinion.

In the autumn of 2014, the Royal Air Force released blurry video of a missile blowing up a pick-up truck which may have had a weapon attached...


Indiana Covered Bridges

by Marsha Williamson Mohr & Rachel Berenson Perry

A symbol of Indiana's past, the covered bridge still evokes feelings of nostalgia, romance, and even mystery. During the 19th century, over 500 of these handsome structures spanned the streams, rivers, and ravines...


Power to the People: The World of the Black Panthers

by Bobby Seale & Stephen Shames

In words and photographs, Power to the People is the story of the controversial Black Panther Party, founded 50 years ago in 1966 by Bobby Seale and Huey P. Newton.

 

The words are Seale’s, with contributions...


Why I March

by Abrams Books

New York Times Bestseller

Indiebound Bestseller

The Washington Post Bestseller

San Francisco Chronicle Bestseller

On January 21, 2017, five million people in 82 countries and on all seven continents stood up with...


Vietnam: The Real War

by Pete Hamill & Associated Press

To cover the Vietnam War, the Associated Press gathered an extraordinary group of superb photojournalists in its Saigon bureau, creating one of the great photographic legacies of the 20th century. Collected...


The Covered Bridges of Monroe County

by Jeremy Boshears

The covered bridge has long been a symbol of Indiana's past, evoking feelings of romance and nostalgia. These feats of engineering span the rivers and streams that crisscross the county. Jeremy Boshears' photographs...


The Railroad Photography of Lucius Beebe and Charles Clegg

by Tony Reevy

Bon vivant, railroad historian, photographer, pioneering food critic, chronicler of New York's café society, and noted newspaperman, Lucius Beebe (1902–1966) was an American original. In 1938, with the publication...


Horseshoe Lake, Arkansas

by Bob Laster

Horseshoe Lake, Arkansas, is around the corner from Bruins. Its out in the country, and lots of good people call it home.

Its a place to work, a place to play, a place to fish, a place to worship, a place to...


Truth Flies with Fiction

by Dale J. Satterthwaite

During World War II, author Dale J. Satterthwaite was a B-25 pilot who flew more than seventy missions over Italy and France in 1944. Truth Flies with Fiction, his memoir, presents a truthful, firsthand account...


Scotland's Heritage

by John Hannavy

Scotland’s Heritage is a unique book. It combines John Hannavy’s stunning and original photography of Scotland with an engaging narrative on the country’s evolution from 4000 BC to the present day, using...