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Way We Were: New England Then New England Now ePub download

by Daniel Okrent

  • Author: Daniel Okrent
  • ISBN: 1555843581
  • ISBN13: 978-1555843588
  • ePub: 1526 kb | FB2: 1175 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Photography & Video
  • Publisher: Grove Pr; 1st edition (September 1, 1989)
  • Pages: 179
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 516
  • Format: docx lrf mbr lit
Way We Were: New England Then New England Now ePub download

The Way We Were book. Daniel Okrent's 40-year career has encompassed nearly every form of mass media.

The Way We Were book. Way We Were, The: New England Then, New England Now, by Okrent, Daniel.

It seems that New England, from 1944 to 1953, got more coverage than the rest of the country and it shows. In this book they work. Everything is here: home life; farming; fishing; in the classroom; factories, recreation, small town life and landscapes. People are named and what they are doing explained, whether they are on the farm or in a factory, places have their background revealed, shops and street scenes are placed in the context of the community. This is Roy Stryker getting the best from his staff photographers: they not only took great images but collected background information to make their work come alive.

I See a City: Todd Webb's New York.

In magazines, he founded the award-winning New England Monthly and wa. .

Daniel Okrent's 40-year career has encompassed nearly every form of mass media.

2 749. ✪ Daniel Okrent - Last Call: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition. The Way We Were: New England Then, New England Now (1988). Great Fortune: The Epic of Rockefeller Center (2003)

2 749. LAST CALL by Daniel Okrent (basis for Ken Burns series). A Conversation With Dan Okrent and Adam Moss. Pauline Sabin & the repeal of prohibition, Historian Dan Okrent. Great Fortune: The Epic of Rockefeller Center (2003).

The Way We Were: New England Then, New England Now (1988).

Born in Detroit, educated (sort of) in Ann Arbor, domiciled half the year on Cape Cod, the other half on the Upper West Side. Awards and Recognition. Albert J. Beveridge Award for Year's Best Book of American History, 2011 (Last Call). Finalist, Pulitzer Prize in History, 2004 (Great Fortune). University of Michigan, 2014.

Photographs document everyday life in New England during the late forties and early fifties, and are accompanied by comments on how things have changed since then