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245 00 The Compassionate Eye: Horace Bristol, Photojournalist
       |h[electronic resource] /|cby David Rabinovitch 
260    New York, NY :|bFilmakers Library,|c2007. 
300    1 online resource (52 min.) 
306    005145 
520    Horace Bristol shot some of the most significant 
       photographs of the 20th century, compelling images that 
       have become icons of our past. He captured emotional 
       moments, set against a backdrop of history in the making. 
       Horace was among the first contributors to Life magazine, 
       photographing migrant labor camps in a series that became 
       the basis for The Grapes of Wrath. He circled the globe in
       World War II with Edward Steichen's Navy photography unit.
       He spent the postwar decade documenting the changing way 
       of life in Japan and Asia, covering Emperor Hirohito, 
       General MacArthur, Chiang Kai-Shek, Prince Sihanouk, and 
       the wars in Korea. China, and Vietnam. His photographs 
       countered the numerous stereotypes of Asian culture 
       perpetrated at the time. Bristol's photographs were lost 
       for forty years after he destroyed every print he could 
       find in a terrible act of self-recrimination when his wife
       committed suicide in 1955. Incredibly, three footlockers 
       containing over 3,000 of his negatives were discovered in 
       1995. Rock superstar Graham Nash, a photographer and 
       collector himself, initiated the restoration of Bristol's 
       life's work. At an advanced age, Bristol was recognized as
       one of the most important photographers of the 20th 
       century, with work in major museums throughout North 
546    In English. 
600 14 Bristol, Horace 
650  4 Art & Design -- Art & Architecture -- Modern 
650  4 Art & Design -- Art & Architecture -- Contemporary 
650  4 Fine arts 
650  4 Journalism 
700 1  Rabinovitch, David|4drt 
700 1  Rabinovitch, David|4pro 
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