A collection of rare early modernist photographs of American railroads are exhibited at The London Photograph Fair, 19 – 20 May at The Great Hall, King’s College, London. Around 1977 when these images first came to my door, I immediately recognized the work of a talented artist. Of the more than 300 Cyanotypes over 100 exhibited the qualities of a trained and creative eye. But none were signed and the ones that exhibited writing on the back gave little information that could lead to identification of the maker. It appeared to me at that time to be a near-hopeless endeavor...
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