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Readership: general readers interested in photography; American history buffs; readers of periodicals like ArtForum, The Gaze: A Journal of Photography, The Atlantic, NYROB, BookForum, Journal of American History, Journal of Visual Culture, Urban History; scholars of visual culture, American studies, American history
Eric Sandweiss, Associate Professor of History, Indiana University
Eric Sandweiss is Carmony Professor of History at Indiana University. He is the author of Eadweard Muybridge and the Photographic Panorama of San Francisco (winner of Western History Association's Kerr prize for best illustrated book) and St. Louis: The Evolution of an American Urban Landscape.
Introduction: "A Fair Collection of Interesting Pictures": Rediscovering Charles Cushman's Day in Its Color
1: Dawn: Indiana Beginnings, 1896-1918
2: Morning: An Eye for Business, 1919-1940
3. Afternoon: Death at Midlife, 1941-1951
4. Twilight: California, 1952-1972