Title: Witch of Kodakery: The Photography of Myra Albert Wiggins 1869-1956
Author: Carole Glauber / Foreword by Terry Toedtemeier
Description: Boards in black cloth with gilt stamped lettering. Internally clean and unmarked. Dust jacket in an archival mylar sleeve. Fine/Fine. Illustrated. pp. xviii, 134 . Oblong 9 x 10.5 inches. Uncommon hardcover edition.
A ground-breaking biography of Myra Albert Wiggins, the successful early 20th-century Oregon photographic artist with connections to Alfred Stieglitz and the Photo-Secession. Myra Wiggins (1869-1956) embodied the ideal of the ''new woman''--independent, energetic, and ambitious--as depicted by the Eastman Kodak Company's ''Kodak Girl'' and promoted as ''The Witchery of Kodakery.''
''It not only thoroughly chronicles the life of an important regional photographer, it also provides many insights into the development of fine art photography on the national and international level. The author also includes important information about other women photographers from Oregon (Lily White, Sarah Ladd, and Maud Ainsworth) for which there is no comprehensive published document.''
Part One, 1869-1890.
Part Two, 1891-1896.
Part Three, 1897-1899.
Part Four, 1900.
Part Five, 1901-1903.
Part Six, 1904.
Part Seven, 1905-1910.
Part Eight, 1911-1956.
Index to the Artwork.
Jacket Condition: Fine
Publisher: Washington State University Press
Place: Pullman, Washington
Keywords: history, biography, fine photography, artistic photography, photography, women photographers, Oregon, Pacific Northwest, Alfred Stieglitz, Photo-Secession,
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