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Lewis Hine in Europe, 1918-1919: The Lost Photographs

Lewis Hine in Europe, 1918-1919: The Lost Photographs

by Daile Kaplan, Lewis Wickes Hine

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Library Journal - Library Journal
During World War I, Lewis Wickes Hinebest known for his child labor photographsdocumented for the Red Cross the devastation in Europe and the relief work in 1918 among war refugees. From among the more than 50,000 images deposited by the Red Cross in the Library of Congress after World War II, Kaplan has isolated Hine's work (about 600 images) to produce this prodigiously researched and well-designed volume. Chapter essays provide excellent biographical and sociopolitical background, while the reproductions often show Hine's photographs in their original context on the pages of The Survey . The images made in the Balkansthe least familiar to photohistoriansare perhaps the strongest. Highly recommended for art and history collections. Kathleen Collins, Library of Congress

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