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More than a memoir of a well-known photographer, this is a first person history of photojournalism in the 20th century. The opening chapters cover the fertile and formative years of Magnum. As its second woman member, Arnold offers an insider's view of the renowned photography agency with Robert Capa at the helm. Her early images?a conversation between Senator Joseph McCarthy and Roy Cohn, Eisenhower being surprised by the press right after receiving the presidential nomination?exhibit a sense... read more
With 48 black-and-white and 47 full-color photographs.