Mathew Brady and the image of history.

Washington, Smithsonian inst. press, 1997. 232 pp. Illustrated with photos. Bound + orig. dustjacket.

Modern memory of the Civil War owes much to the lens of Mathew Brady, one of the most famous and paradoxical figures in American photography. During a career that spanned the 1840s to the 1890s, Mathew Brady consciously set out to capture the pivotal moments of the second half of the nineteenth cent

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