In 1955, the photographer W. Eugene Smith ended his high-profile but stormy career with LIFE magazine and was commissioned to produce one hundred photographs for noted author
Stefan Lorant's book commemorating Pittsburg's bicentennial. Instead, Smith stayed a year, compiling 16,000 photographs for the most ambitious photographic essay of his life. Only a fraction of the Pittsburg photos were ever seen. This book assembles Smith's project to form an astonishing portrayal of this important and arresting industrial American city at its zenith. Illus., 175 duotone photographs. 176p.
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