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Collection includes photographs and related materials covering a broad range of topics, with a particular focus on day-to-day life in New York's African-American community during the 20th century.
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Initially focused on local news in New York in general and Harlem in particular, the Amsterdam News broadened its scope to include national news under the guidance of editor Dr. Powell in the s. By the s, the newspaper had become a major voice in the national African-American community, offering extensive coverage of the civil rights movement.
Beginning inthe newspaper was edited by Wilbert A. Tatum, under whose guidance the newspaper remained a voice in local and national affairs. InTatum turned control of the newspaper over to his daughter, Elinor Tatum, who remained the publisher and editor-in-chief through the s. Subjects include civil rights marches and protests, church events, high school graduations, local politics, and fashion.
Some photographs were taken by staff photographers, while others originated with wire services or as submissions from individuals or agencies. Formats in the collection include silver gelatin prints, negatives including many unpublished imagescontact sheets, Polaroids, wire photos, and halftone prints. As a result, the book editors, Ken Ball and Victoria Whyte Ball are all but worn out by an extended season of bookstore events that launched at the end of last October with a book signing at The Strand in New York City and continues throughout California and other major art markets.
The book is far from sleek, but the design on each page is sleek, spacious and crisp. The book overall is less busy and more pleasing to the eye than the earlier self-published version.
A section in the beginning now tells how the book came to be, followed by the feature essay in which Ira H. Photography at the California School of Fine Arts.
Ansel Adams modeled the school on a rigorous piano conservatory approach to hands-on practice and set up the curriculum based on his famous Zone System.
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Early on a few students complained that the advertising promised courses by Ansel Adams just as he had become scarce at the school while working on his Guggenheim project photographing the national parks. Beaumont and Nancy Newhall even gave a few lectures. Minor White taught his, at the time somewhat confusing, but later much lauded Space Analysis. Benjamin Chinn, Philip Hyde, C.
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Students applied Space Analysis both before exposure while looking at the ground glass and after the production of a finished print.
He also promoted the photographic interpretation of other arts including sculpture, plays, various other forms of performance and festivals. Students photographed the lively Fillmore District, the coast along Highway 1, industrial and architectural subjects with real world assignments by Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Stanford University, the City of Mendocino, the Gold Country, ghost towns and many other locations and clients all over Northern California.
Cameron Macauley, Ira H. Latour and others illuminate all aspects of student endeavor, both the day and night classes, student social gatherings, the striking philosophical differences between Minor White and Edward Weston and between Minor White and Ansel Adams.
The latter at times brought on heated classroom discussions. Bill, the primarily non-veteran women enrolled in the classes had to scrape and pay for school on their own.
People kept saying to Pat Harris that science was not for women at each school she attended previously, but Ansel accepted her into the photography program and with mentoring from Imogen Cunningham she thrived.