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    “Photographic Memory” book review

      Verna Posever Curtis’s book Photographic Memory (Aperture/Library of Congress) is an intimate look at some of the oldest and most historical photo albums found within the Library of Congress’s collection. The book starts out by recounting the historical and philosophical value of the photo album. While albums were around before the invention of photography, […]

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    “Dream Street” by Douglas McCulloh book review

    If you won the right to name a street what would it be?  Artist Douglas McCulloh won the right to name a street in southern California and had no idea where the opportunity would take him and the significance it would make later on. Dream Street (Heyday Books) reveals the pride and grit behind the suburban […]

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