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A. Aubrey Bodine, newspaper photographer, pictorialist, modernist, and documentarian, was a Baltimore Sunday Sun feature photographer from 1924 to 1970. He left an archive of photographs, chronicling mid-twentieth century American life, of people doing all kinds of work. Bodine’s images of heavy industry document an era passed. This book contains a wide range of award winning and historically significant images, many not seen since they were published in the Sun. These pictures demonstrate Bodine’s extraordinary depth and breadth as a photographic artist. This is the third Bodine picture book assembled by his daughter, Jennifer. Their previous collaborations are Bodine’s Chesapeake Bay Country and Bodine’s City.
Size: 9” x 12” | 173 b/w photos | 160 pp
ISBN13: 9780764342851 | Binding: hard cover
Jennifer Bodine is A. Aubrey Bodine’s only child and the custodian of his work and legacy. She spends much of her time cataloguing Bodine’s massive collection of images. Her previous occupations include stained glass artist and trial lawyer.