US Camera 1936
US Camera was an American periodical that printed photographs reviewed by a panel, of which Edward Steichen was chairman. This volume from 1936 exemplifies the diversity in the photographic arts in the United States at the time, including bold modernist industrial scenes, portraiture, street life, fashion and other creative compositions from talents as different as Dorothea Lange and Horst. Photos in color and black and white. Origianl wrapper, spiral bound.