Russell Lee - A Photographer's Life and Legacy
The most prolific photographer of the Great Depression, Russell Lee has never been canonized for his iconic images. With this compulsively readable and definitive biography, historian and archivist Mary Jane Appel finally uncovers Lee’s rebellious life, tracing his journey from blue-blood beginnings to intrepid years of activism and pioneering creativity, through the incredible body of work he left behind. 100 black-and-white illustrations. A Library of Congress Publication. Written by Mary Jane Appel. Hardcover, 384 pages.