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Lincoln in Black and White, 1910- 1925

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ISBN-10: 0738561622

ISBN-13: 9780738561622

Edition: 2008

Authors: Douglas Keister, Edward F. Zimmer

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Lincoln, Nebraskas capital, grew from 45,000 to 55,000 residents in the years 19101925. The states second-largest city, Lincoln was also home to Nebraskas second-largest African American communitya small town within the midwestern city. Local race relations were a study in contradictions. Public education and residential neighborhoods were relatively integrated; employment and social institutions were increasingly restricted. Within this setting, a laborer named John Johnsona native of Lincoln and son of a black Civil War veteranproduced remarkable images as an itinerant photographer of the Lincoln scene, especially of its black community. Johnson left very little written record, so…    
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Book details

List price: $19.99
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Publication date: 8/4/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 128
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.00" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.682
Language: English

<p Chico, California-based photographer Douglas Keister has photographed twenty-two award-winning, critically acclaimed books. His seventeen books on architecture include four books on Victorian homes (Daughter's of Painted Ladies, Painted Ladies Revisited, America's Painted Ladies and Victorian Glory); three books on bungalow homes (The Bungalow, Inside the Bungalow and Outside the Bungalow), a book on 1920s whimsical homes (Storybook Style) a book about cemetery art and architecture (Going Out in Style), a book on Spanish architecture, (Red Tile Style), six books on bungalow details and Classic Cottages, that will be published by Gibbs Smith Publisher in the Spring of 2004. Keister…    

City Streets
Gathered Outdoors
People, Porches, and Pets
Families and Friends
Welcome Inside
Notes on the Collection