Heiferman, Marvin

Photography changes everything

Heiferman, M (2012) Photography changes everything. NY: Aperture.


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FOREWORD 6

INTRODUCTION 10

WHAT WE WANT 22-61

WHAT WE SEE 62-101

WHO WE ARE 108-147

WHAT WE DO 148-189

WHERE WE GO 190-215

WHAT WE REMEMBER 216-251

INDEX 2s2

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 261

REPRODUCTION CREDITS 262


Index A-C

A

Abbey, Edward, 64

Abbott, Berenice, 166, 168

Aboriginal Australians, 73-74, 74

Abu Ghraib prison, Baghdad, Iraq, 129, 177

Adams, Ansel, 47-48, 48, 56, 64, 188

Adams, Robert, 24-25, 65, 66

Adatto, Kiku, 150-53

Addams, Charles, 156

Adler, Felix, 105

adoption, 163-65, 164, 165

advertising and marketing, 140-41, 168; cartes-devisite

in, 140, 141; images on canned goods in,

47-48, 48; for movies, 26, 26-27, 198-200, 199,

200; movie-star celebrity in, 37-39, 38;

photographs first employed in, 47; visual

merchandising and, 56-58, 57, 58

aerial photography: in forensic anthropology, 97;

in land use and planning, 204, 205-6, 207; in

reconnaissance, 90-92, 91, 195-97, 196, 197

Afghanistan, 177 African-Americans: civil rights movement and,

29-31, 30, 153; documenting experience of, 115-16,

117; female artist in nineteenth century, 140-42,

141; portrait of runaway slave, 160-62, 161

Agricultural Experimental Stations, 211-13

AIDS, 57

Ali, Muhammad, 111, 112

Alvis, David, 81

Alzheimer’s disease, 240-41, 241

amateur photography, 12-15, 143; news images

and, 177-78, 223-24

American Indians, 8, 137-39, 138, 139

Ames, Oliver and Oakes, 201, 203

Ames Monument, Sherman, Wyo., 201-3, 202

Amsbaugh, Lucy Ann Smith Paz, 232, 232

Amsterdam News, 31

Anderson, Benedict, 143

Anderson, Douglas, 82

Anderson, Pamela, 77

anthropology, Torres Strait Islanders and, 121-23, 122

Appleton’s Popular Scientific Monthly, 85

archaeological collections, verifying authenticity 0L99-101,100,101

archaeological sites, identifying locations of, 205-

architecture: photography and experience of, 201-3; photography as tool in, 8

archival photographs: indigenous protocols and, 73-75, 74; in land use and planning, 205-6; urban

environments revealed in, 208-10

Arctic landscape, 65, 65-66

Arnold, Kenneth, 93

art, photography made as, 12

art history, teaching of, 87-89

artists, photography used by, 154-56

Associated Press, 153

astronomical data, collecting of, 157-59

Atkinson, George F., 212, 213, 213

Australia, photographs of Aboriginal people in, 73-74, 74

authenticity, criteria for, 99-101

Autodesk MAYA software, 52

Avedon, Richard, 28, 112

B

Babbitt, Platt D., 192-94, 193

Bailey, Lee, 183, 184, 185, 185

Baldessari, John, 154-56, 155,156

Banerjee, Subhankar, 64-66, 65

Banner, Lois W., 27-28

Bannon, Anthony, 192-94

Barthes, Roland, 15, 198

Batchen, Geoffrey, 12, 20

Baum, William, 158, 158-59

Baumgarth, John, Calendar Company, 76

Bay of Pigs invasion (1961), 91

Beach, Henry M., 179, 182

Beals, Carleton, 143

Beals, Jessie Tarbox, 179

beauty, awareness of, 24

Belarus, refugees from, 124-26, 125,126

Bentley, Wilson A., 84-85, 85

Berenson, Bernard, 88

Bergen, Candice, 110-12, 111, 112

Berger, Maurice, 29-31

Berliner Illustrierte Zeitung (BIZ), 78-80

Bernhardt, Sarah, 113

Better Babies contests, 49-51

Better Homes and Gardens Junior Cook Book, 183

Black September, 40

Bond, Julian, 29

Boucher, Jack, 202

Bourke-White, Margaret, 110

Brady, Mathew, 32, 113, 161, 161

Brand, Stewart, 67-68, 68

BrassaY, So

Braudy, Leo, 113-14

Brimstead, Duncan, 54

Brooklyn Eagle, 113

Browder, Earl, 32

Bryan, William Jennings, 226, 227

Bunch, Lonnie, 115-16

Burtynsky, Edward, 65

Bush, George H. W., 151

Butcher, Solomon D., 179

C

Cabral, Lyric R., 118-20, 119

Calhoun, John, 32, 33

Cambridge University, 121, 123

camera-phones, 9, 14, 15, 60, 153, 173-76, 175,176,

177,189,229

cameras: compact, 78; digital, 13, 172-73, 175, 176;

large-format, 69; Polaroid, 59-61;

39-millimeter, 69

candid photographs, 78

canned goods, photographic images on, 47-48, 48

Capa, Robert, So, 110

Carson, Rachel, 64

cartes-de-visite, 113,140,141; of runaway slave,

160-62, 161

Castro, Fidel, 32, 91

Catholic Legion of Decency, 27

CBS Evening News, 150

celebrities: in advertising, 37-39, 38; voyeurism

and, 188-89

cell phones. See camera-phones

censorship,27,28,76-77

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), 90, 91, 92

Chandler, Horace P., 69

Chandra X-Ray Observatory (CXRO), 71

Chaplin, Charlie, 112, 112

Chicago Defender, 31

Chicago Tribune, 140-41

Child, Julia and Paul, 183

Children of the Poor (Riis), 107

cities, historical layers revealed in photographs of, 208-10

citizen journalists, 177-78

civil rights movement, 29-31, 30, 153

Civil War, 32, 160, 162, 195, 206, 233, 234

Clarkson Potter, 183, 185

closed-circuit television cameras (CCTV), 40-42, 41

Coddington, Jonathan A., 69-70, 70

Cohen, Jessie, 215

Cohen, Michael, 248

Cold War, 27; Cuban Missile Crisis (1962), 90-92, 91

Cole, Thomas, 220

Coleman, A. D., 35

collecting: everyday objects adorned with

photographic images, 46-48; old photographs,

242-44

colonial collecting practices, 75

color photography: digital vs. film images and,

103-4; hand-tinting and, 34; Hillotype process

and, 218-21, 219, 220; Infrared Array Camera

(IRAC) and, 71

Compton Gamma-Ray Observatory (CGRO), 71

computer-generated images, 52, 54, 55

computers, personal, 13-14

Congress, U.S., 7, 11, 47, 49, 64

Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), 29

conservation movement, 47-48, 64-66

cookbooks,183-85,184,185

Cooperative Extension Service, 211-13

Cornell University Cooperative Extension

program, 213

Cosmopolitan, 110

Craft, Roy, 28

Crawford, Joan, 37

Credit Mobilier scandal (1872), 201

Crime of Cuba, The (Beals), 143

Crimean War, 78

Cuban Missile Crisis (1962), 90-92, 91


D-L

D

Dada, 47

Daguerre, Louis-Jacques-Mande, 7,218,245

daguerreotypes, 6, 7, 8, 34, 46, 78, 113, 192, 193,

218, 245, 246; Hill’s color process and, 218-21,

219, 220; of solar spectrum, 95-96, 96

Darrah, William Culp, 34

Darrow, Clarence, 226, 227

dating, online, 146-47

Davis, Saul, 193

Davis, Watson, 225-27, 226, 227

Deaver, Michael, 150

Delaney, Michelle Anne, 218-21

Depression, Great, 37

Desert Solitaire (Abbey), 64 desires, changing of, 27-28 DeVorkin, David H., 157-59 digital cameras, 13, 172-73, 175, 176 Digital Dynamics Across Cultures Project, 74, 74 digital forensics, 33 digital imaging, 13-14, 33, 60, 61; color capture in, 103-4; computer-generated images and, 52, 54,

55; customized articles embellished with

photographs and, 48; photographic archives

and, 205; photographic fakes and, 32-33;

post-production work and, 45

“directorial” mode, 34-36, 35

disabilities, reading images related to, 186-87, 187

Dobrynin, Anatoly, 91

doctored photographs, 32-33, 33, 35

double-truck spread, 80

Doyle, Peter, 113

Draper, Daniel, 246

Draper, Dorothy Catherine, 245-246, 246

Draper, John William, 95-96, 96, 245-46

Duchamp, Marcel, 47

Dukakis, Michael, 151

Durand, Asher B., 220

Durland, Harry, 88

E

Eakins, Thomas, 114, 200

Earth, photographed from space, 67-68

Earth Day, first (1970), 64, 67

Eastman, George, 114, 172

Eberhard, Bill, 69

Edwards, Elizabeth, 20, 121-23

Eisenstaedt, Alfred, 80

Eliot, Charles, 87-88

Ellis, S. S., 180

Empire State Building, New York, 79

Entertaining (Stewart), 183

environmental concerns, 47-48, 64-66

Esperanza, Jennifer, 164,165

Esquire, 110

eugenics movement, 49-51

Evans, Terry, 65

Evans, Walker, 143, 144, 144, 166, 167, 181

everyday objects, 46-48, 47, 48

evolution, Scopes “Monkey Trial” and, 225-27, 226,227

Ewald, Wendy, 124-26, 125,126

Ewell, Tom, 27

F

Facebook, 12, 89

Fairfax County, Va., aerial photographs of, 204,

205-6, 207

family history, 231-32, 238-39, 245-47

“family of man” notion, 143-44

Farid, Hany, 32-33

Fazio, Giovanni G., 71-72

Fenton, Roger, 78

financial markets, 169-71, 170, 171

fish species, 102, 103-4, 104

Fitter Families for Future Firesides contests, 49

Flickr, 10

FOAM, Amsterdam, 10

Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, Mass., 88

Fonda, Jane, 32

food: cookbook illustration and, 183-85, 184, 185;

mushroom photography and, 211-13, 212

forensic anthropology, 97-98, 98

Foresta, Merry A., 7-9, 12

Forman, James, 29

Franzen, Jonathan, 20

Freire, Paulo, 186

Friend, David, 223-24

Fuller, Buckminster, 67

G

galaxies, 71-72, 72

gardens,43,43-45,44

Gardner, Alexander, 6

Garrison, John Boggs, 218

Garrison, William Lloyd, 162

Geismar, Haidy, 73-75

geo-referencing, 205

Germany, Nazi, 51

“Geronimo” (Goyathlay), 137-38, 138,139

GIS (Geographic Information System) database,

205

glass-negative process, 233

Gleason, Jackie, 150

Goodall, Jane, 110

Goodyear, Frank H., III, 160-62

Google Earth, 208

Google Street View Car, 13

Gordon (runaway slave), 160-62, 161

Gordon, Karl D., 72

Gottscho, Samuel H., 208-10, 209, 210

Gowin, Emmet, 65

Goyathlay (“Geronimo”), 137-38, 138, 139

Granito, Diane, 163-65

Great Observatories Program, 71-72, 72

Greene, Joshua, 183, 184, 185, 185

Greene, Milton, 185

Gromyko, Andrei, 91

Grundberg, Andy, 60, 166-68

Gursky, Andreas, 145, 145

H

Haberstich, David, 34-36

Haddon, Alfred Cort, 121-23, 122

Haggard family, 236-37, 237

Haile Selassie, Emperor, 110

halftone printing, 78

Hall, Alvin, 169-71

Halsman, Philippe, 28

Hansberry, Lorraine, 29, 30

Hardesty, Von, 195-97

Harper’s, 32

Harper’s Week(y, 161, 162

Hart, Janice, 20

Hart, John, 150

Harvard University, 87-89

Hayden Survey, 64

Heart Gallery of America, 163-65, 164

Heflin, Rex, 93, 93, 94

Hefner, Hugh, 76-77, 77

Heidegger, Martin, 73

Heiferman, Marvin, 11-21, 60, 127-29

Heller, Steven, 78-80

Henderson, Amy, 37-39

Herschel, John, 95

Hill, Rev. Levi L., 218-21, 219-21

Hillotypes, 218-21, 219, 220

Hills Brothers coffee can, 47-48, 48

Hilton, Paris, 77

history: experiencing of, 223-24; family, 231-32,

238-39, 245-47; photographic evidence and,

223-27

Hitler, Adolf, 32

Hlava, Pavel, 223

Hackney, David, 52

Hoffenberg, Steve, 172-74

Hoffman, Bruce, 40-42

Hollyer, Samuel, 114

Hollywood, 26, 27-28, 37-39, 38, 116,199

holograms, 46

Hoover, Herbert, 50

ope, awareness of, 24

Horgan, Stephen H., 78

Horn Blows at Midnight, The, 59

Horne, Walter H., 179

Hosmer, Harriet, 140

How the Other Half Lives (Riis), 105-7

Hubble Space Telescope (HST), 71

Hudson River School, 220

Humphrey, Hubert, 150

Hurricane Catarina, 16

I

Imagined Communities (Anderson), 143

immigration restrictions, 49

“inattentional blindness,” 19-20

India, film advertisements in, 198-200, 199, 200

indigenous protocols, 73-75, 74

infant loss,236-37

Infrared Array Camera (IRAC), 71-72, 72

instant photography, 59-61, 60, 61

international events, 90-92

Internet,11,143, 153, 175-76

Iran, protests in, 177, 178

Iraq War (2003-2011), 92, 129, 177

J

Jackson, Janet, 77

Jackson, William Henry, 64

Jacob, Preminda, 198-200, 199,200

Jensen, Derek, 14

Jeruss, Irene, 43, 43-45, 44

Johns, Jasper, 56

Joy of Cooking( Rombauer), 183

K

Kahn, Philippe, 175, 175-76, 176

Kaplan, Daile, 46-48

Karsh, Yousuf, 131, 132

Kasher, Steven, 29

Keats, John, 113

Kellerman, Ashbrook, 211

Kelley, Tom, 76

Kelly, Michael P., 81, 81-82, 83

Kennedy, Chuck, 152

Kennedy, John F., 91-92, 150

Kennedy, Robert, 110

Kerry, John, 32

Kertesz, Andre, 80

Kessels, Erik, 10

Ketchum, Robert Glenn, 65

Keystone View Co., 34

Khrushchev, Nikita, 91

King, Mary, 29

King, W. S., 181

Kingsbury, Arthur J., 180

Korff, Kurt, 78-80

Kriegsmann, James J., 242, 243, 244

Ku Klux Klan, 111, 112

L

Ladies’ Home Journal, 110

LaFollette, Marcel Chotkowski, 225-27

Lake, Veronica, 37-39, 38

Lambrecht, Laurie, 228-30, 229-30

Land, Edwin, 59

land use and planning, 205-6

landscape photography: images featured on

canned goods, 47-48, 48; land conservation

movement and, 47-48, 64-66; Niagara Falls,

192-94, 193

lantern slides, 123; lectures with, 105-7

large-format cameras, 69

Leaves of Grass (Whitman), 113

Lee, Russell, 189

Lee Bailey’s Country Desserts, 183, 184, 185, 185

Leibovitz, Annie, 56

Leica, 78

lenses, old, limitations of, 181

Levine, Sherrie, 166, 168

Lewin, Nicole, 164, 164

Lewis, Edmonia, 140-42, 141, 142

Libbrecht, Kenneth G., 84, 84-86, 86

Liberator, 162

Life, 11-12,31,59,78,80,112,112

light,p hotographing of, 95-96,9 6

LightSurf, 176

Lincoln, Abraham, 32, 33, 113, 160, 201

London subway bombing, 40-42, 41, 125, 177

Look, 31, 80, 110

Lorant, Stefan, 80

Los Angeles Times, 32

Luce, Henry, 11-12, 80

Lukashenko, Alexander, 124

Lumet, Sidney, 110

Lundahl, Arthur C., 90

Lynes, Barbara Buhler, 130-32

Lyon, Danny, 29, 30


M-R

M

magazines, picture, 11-12, 78-80

makeup, Hollywood glamour and, 37-39, 38

Malcolm, Donald, 213

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INDEX

man-altered-landscape motifs, 65

Mansfield, Jane, 77

Mao Zedong, 32

Mapplethorpe, Robert, 56

Maristela, Cayetana, 231-32

Mark, Mary Ellen, 110

marketing. See advertising and marketing

Mars Express spacecraft (MEX), 16

McBride, Henry, 130

McCarthy, Eugene, 110

McCook, Henry C., 69

McKelvie, Ann, 10

McLuhan, Marshall, 14, 67

McNeel, George W., 233-34, 235

McPherson, William D., 160

memory: Alzheimer’s disease and, 240-41, 241;

doctored photographs and, 33; photographic,

248-51

merchandising, visual, 56-58, 57, 58

Miami Beach, Fla., 208-10, 209, 210

Michals, Duane, 35

Miranda, Carmen, 77

Misrach, Richard, 65

Monroe, Marilyn, 26, 27-28, 76, 77, 77, 185

moon, 95,96

Moore,Jim, 133-35,135

Moss, Dorothy, 87-89

Motion Picture Production Code, 27

Movement, The (Hansberry and Lyon), 29-31, 30

movie stars, desire for glamour of, 37-39, 38

movies,1 88; advertisements for,1 98-200,1 99,200;

constructed stereographic sequences as

precursor to, 34-35; photo shoots during filming of, 26, 27-28; publicity photos of stars in, 37

Mukurtu Wumpurrarni-kari Archive, 73-74

“multiple originals,” 123

Muncher Jllustrierte Presse (MIP), 80

Munich Olympics (1972), 40, 42

Mushroom Hunter’s Field Guide, The (Smith), 213

mushrooms, 211-13, 212

N

NASA: Goddard Space Flight Center, 16; NASA,

67; Spitzer Space Telescope, 71-72, 72; Mars

lander, 203

National Council of Churches, 29

National Museum of African American History

and Culture, 115

national parks, 47-48, 64

National Photographic Interpretation Center, 90

nationalism, 143-45

Native Americans, 8, 137-39, 138,139

Naudet, Jules, 223

Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), 157-59

Nazis, 51

NBC Sports, 111, 112

news images: amateur stills and videos, 177-78,

223-24; doctored photographs and, 32-33

Newsweek, 31, 32

Newton, Huey, 112

New Topographies (Rochester, N.Y.; 1975), 64-65

New York, 110

New York Daily Graphic, 78

New York Independent, 161-62

New York Stock Exchange, 169-71, 170,171

New York Times, 32, 78, 234

New York Tribune, 105

Nguyen, Tien, 136, 136

Niagara Falls, 192-94, 193

Niepce, Joseph Nicephore, 32

Nixon, Nicholas, 24, 25

Nixon, Richard, 110, 150, 214

Normandy landing (1944), reconnaissance

photos for, 195-97, 196-97

Norton, Charles Eliot, 87

Novotny, Harold, 81-82

Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep (NILMDTS), 236-37

nude photographs, 76-77, 114

O

Obama, Barack, 119, 120, 151, 152

O’Gorman, James, 203

Ohio Mycological Bulletin, 211

O’Keeffe, Georgia, 130-32, 131, 132

Oliva,A ude,2 51

Oliver, Mr., 160

Olivier, Laurence, 60

online dating, 146-47

On Photography (Sontag), 12

ophthalmic photography, 81, 81-82, 83

Optos, 82

P

paintings: photographic images in relation to,

52-55, 56, 198-200; photographic reproductions

of, 87-89, 88, 89; photography as alternative to, 154-56

Palestinian terrorists, 40

pandas, 214-15, 215

paranormal events,93,93-94,94

Paris Match, 80

Patton, Phil, 201-3, 202

Pearlman, Dan, 163

Pearsall, G. Frank E., 114

Pencil of Nature, The (Talbot), 19

Penn, Irving, 56

Perich, Shannon Thomas, 233-34

Perry Picture Company, 87, 89

Phillips, Sandra S., 90-92

Photo Realism, 55

Photo Times, 69

photographic memory, 248-51

photojournalism, 110-12, 111, 112; picture

magazines and, 78-80, 79. See also news images

photologists, 95

photo-ops: on film sets, 26, 27-28; in politics,

150-53, 151, 152

Photoshop, 45

Picture-Mail, 176

Pittsburgh Courier, 31

plants, 43, 43-45, 44; mushrooms, 211-13, 212

Playboy, 76-77, 77, 110

PM,50,51

Polaroid cameras, 59-61

politics: photographically based dirty tricks in,

32-33; photographic messages in, 150-53, 151, 152

Polk, James K., 7-8

pop photographica, 46-48, 47, 48

portraits: of American Indians, 8, 137-39, 138, 139;

infant loss and, 236-37, 237; intimacy in, 113-14,

114; of runaway slave, 160-62, 161; in yearbooks,

233-34, 235

postcards, photographic, 202, 245-46, 247;

real-photo, 179-82, 180-82

postmodernism, 166-68

poverty, awareness of, 105-7, 106

Powell, Colin, 92

pre-Columbian stone carving, 99-101, 100, 101

Prince, Richard, 166, 166, 168

Project Corona, 196

Puc’, Sandy, 236-37, 237

Purdy,Linda,93-94,94

Q

R

racial justice, struggle for, 29-31, 30

Radiative Transfer, 55

Ramalingam, Karthick, 173

Rappleyea, George Washington, 225, 225

Rauschenberg, Robert, 56, 154

“raw” mode, 45

Ray, Man, 47

“reading the world,” 186-87

Reagan, Ronald, 150-51, 151

reality: constructed in stereographic sequences,

34-36; depicting of, 52-55; doctored photographs

and, 32-33, 33, 35

Rear Window, 188

reconnaissance photographs, 195-97, 196-97

red light camera systems, 14

Rembrandt, 7, 55

repetition of motifs, 144-45, 168

retail design, 56-58, 57, 58

retinal photography, 81, 81-82, 83

Reuters, 32

Richardson, H. H., 201, 203

Riis, Jacob A., 105-7, 106

Ritchin, Fred, 177-78

Rivers, W. H. R., 123

Rocher, Henry, 140, 141, 142

Rodin, Auguste, 52-55

Rogers, Bob, 238-39, 239

Rowley, Elle and Gene, 164-65, 165

Russell, A. J., 203

Rutgers College yearbook of 1860, 233-34, 235

Rutherford, John, 205-6

Ruysdael, Jacob van, 52, 53


S-Z

S

Saddam Hussein, 92

Saint-Gaudens, Augustus, 201

Sandoz, Jeff, 240-41

Sante,Luc,179-82

satellite-based reconnaissance, 196

Saturday Evening Post, 110

scalable photographic images, 208

Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), 70, 99-101,

100,101

Schupman, Edwin, 137-39

Schwarzenegger, Arnold, 111, 112

Scopes, John T., 225-27, 226,227

Scribner’s Magazine, 107

Scurlock, Addison, 115, 117

September 11, 2001, attacks, 170,171,222, 223-24

sequenced photographic images: in picture

magazines, 78-80, 79; stereographic, 34-36, 35

Serwer, Jacquelyn, 140-42

Seven Year Itch, The, 26, 27-28

sexual images, 76-77, 77

Shakely, Lauren, 183-85

Sharpe, Jennifer, 242-44

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INDEX

Shaw, Sam, 26, 27-28

Sherman, Cindy, 35, 166, 168

Shulman, Allan, 208-10

Sierra Club, 47

Silent Spring(Carson), 64

slave portraits, 160-62, 161

Smillie, Thomas, 18

Smith, Alexander H., 213

Smith, By rion, 13

Smithson, James, 7, 8

Smithsonian Institution, 6, 7-9; exhibitions at, 18;

founding of, 7-8, 99

Smithsonian National Zoo, 214-15, 215

Smithsonian Photography Initiative, 12, 16-21

snapshot photography, 127-29, 128, 129, 143, 145

snowflakes, 84, 84-86, 85, 86

social networking, 9

social status, constructing images of, 238-39

Sontag, Susan, 12, 166

Southern Christian Leadership Conference

(SCLC),29

Southern Documentary Project, 31

Souza, Pete, 152

space, Earth photographed from, 67-68

spectrum of light, 95-96, 96

spiders and spiderwebs, 69-70, 70

Spitzer Space Telescope, 71-72, 72

Squiers, Carol, 49-51

Staehle, Wolfgang,222,223,224

Stahel, Urs, 11

Stalin, Joseph, 32

Stam,Jos,52-55,53

Standing, Lionel, 248, 251

Steichen, Edward, 66, 78

stereographs, 34-36, 35, 36

sterilization, involuntary, 49, 50-51

Stevens, Lisa, 214-15

Stevenson, Adlai, 91-92

Stewart, Martha, 183

Stieglitz, Alfred, 130-32, 131

Stimson, Blake, 143-45

Stirling, Matthew, 101

Stowe, Harriet Beecher, 161-62

Stricke, Mindy, 146-47, 147

Strong, Theodore, 234

Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), 29-31

Studies of American Fungi Mushrooms Edible, Poisonous, ETC. (Atkinson), 213

Surrealism, 47

surveillance systems, 14, 15, 40-42, 41, 143

Svenson, Henning, 202

SX -70, 59-61

Szafranski, Kurt, 78-80

Szarkowski, John, 143

T

Taggs, John, 15

Talbot, William Henry Fox, 19, 34

Taylor, Maureen, 245-47

terrorism: London subway bombing, 40-42, 41,

125, 177; September 11, 2001, attacks, 170, 171,

222, 223-24

39-millimeter cameras, 69

TIME,31,32

Today Show, The, 111, 112

Torres Strait Islanders, 121-23, 122

tourist sites, 192-94, 193

Tousey, Richard, 157-59

Towle, Samuel K., 160-61

transcontinental railroad, 201, 203

“Treatise on Heliochromy” (Hill), 218,220

Tugby, Thomas, 193

Turner, Steve, 95-96

Twentieth-Century Fox, 27-28, 77

Twitter, 11

Tydings, Millard, 32

U

Ubelaker, Doug, 97-98

UFO photographs, 93, 93-94, 94

Underhill, Paco, 56-58, 57, 58

Underwood & Underwood, 34, 36

Union Pacific Railroad, 201

United Nations, 91-92, 144

universe, 71-72, 72

U-2 photographs, 90-92, 91

urban environments, archival photographs of, 208-10

USA Today, 32

V

Van Der Zee, James, 115

Vanuatu Cultural and National Museum, 75

Vedachellam, Mr. (billboard artist), 198-200, 199

Verburg, JoAnn, 133-35, 135

vernacular photography, 46-48, 47, 48

Vidal, Gore, 188

Vietnam, Buddhist monks’ self-immolation in, 153

V-2 missile tests (1946), 157-59, 158, 159

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Vogel, Lucien, 80

Voorhees, William Brownlee, 234

voyeuristic photographs, 188-89

Vu, 79, 80

W

Wallace, George, 150

Walsh, Jane, 99-101, 100,101

Walsh, Raoul, 59

Warhol, Andy, 56, 154, 188

Warren, George K., 233, 234, 235

Washington, Sharon J., 186-87

Washington, Taylor, 29

Waters, John, 188-89

Weber, Nancy Smith, 211-13

wedding photographs, 228-30, 228-30, 245-46

Weegee,49-51,50,51

Weiner, Anthony, 11

White, H. C., 34

White Flower Farm, Litchfield, Conn., 43, 43-45, 44

White House Conference on Child Health and

Protection (1930), 50

White Sands Proving Ground, N.Mex., 157-59

Whitman, Walt, 113-14, 114

Whole Earth Catalogue, 68

Wilder, Billy, 28

Williams, Jeffrey T., 102, 103-4, 104

Willner, Steven P., 72

Wolfe,Jeremy,248-51

Wong, Geoff, 15

Woodbury cosmetics, 37-39, 38

World War I, 32, 195-96

World War II, 195-97, 196-97

XYZ

Yanes,Sam,59-61,60,61

yearbooks, 233-34, 235

Yellowstone, 64

Yochelson, Bonnie, 105-7

Young, Irene, 187

Zorin, Andrei, 91

Zummo, Guy, 242-44, 243, 244