“WHAT HAPPENED HERE CAN HAPPEN ANYWHERE”: FRUIT OF THE ORCHARD, SIGNED BY PHOTOGRAPHER CROMER-CAMPBELL
CROMER-CAMPBELL, Tammy. Fruit of the Orchard. Environmental Justice in East Texas. Denton, Texas: University of North Texas, (2006). Square quarto, original gray cloth, original photographic dust jacket. $200.
First edition pf this eloquent photo-essay featuring 51 photographic plates on the human cost of environmental pollution, boldly signed on the half title by photographer Cromer-Campbell.
Working in the tradition of W. Eugene Smith’s Minamata (1975) and inspired by the activism of Phyllis Glazer in her fight against industrial pollution, photographer Tammy Cromer-Campbell spent years covering the devastation to the community of a small East Texas town. With 51 full-page tritones. Featuring essays by Phyllis Glazer, Roy Flukinger, Eugene Hargrove and Marvin Legator.
A fine signed copy.