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VERGARA, Camilo J.

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ISBN 10: 1580931464 / ISBN 13: 9781580931465
Verlag: Monacelli Press, New York, New York * * * * *, 2004
Gebraucht Zustand: Fine Hardcover
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B00K: Fine/As New/, $75.77 1580931464 SUBWAY MEMORIES * VERGARA, Camilo J. Monacelli Press 2004 New York, New York * * * * * 1sT Edition Rectangular H/c Blue/Tint of Grey Colored Cloth Spine, And Title In 0ff~White Letters, Hard Cover B00K: Fine/As New/, Pages Clean And Tight To The Spine, Printed On 0ff~White/ Paper, In Fine/As New/ Condition, Clean And Tight To The Spine. Slight Use And Wear. D/j: None This Item Will Be Sent Wrapped In Plastic, Taped Shut And In A = Corrugated Mailing B0X = To Prevent Shipping Damage So That It Will Arrive In The Description Described Which Applies To This B00K, Only. = No Odors, No Writing, No Names, No Rippling, Not Stuck Together, No Book Plate, Not X~Library, No Other Marks. = Will Make It, An Excellent Addition To Your Own Personal Library Collection, Or As A Gift, For The Discriminating Reader / Collector. = WORLD WIDE SHIPPING, AVAILABLE *. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 016870

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Verlag: Monacelli Press, New York, New York * * * * *

Erscheinungsdatum: 2004

Einband: Hardcover

Illustrator: B00K: Fine/As New/, 2004

Zustand: Fine

Auflage: 1st Edition

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Book by Vergara Camilo J

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New York City's first subway system officially opened on October 27, 1904, operating along a nine-mile strip from City Hall to 145th Street. Today, in its centennial year, the subway stretches for 685 miles and carries well over four million passengers each day. New Yorkers of every age, nationality, and income level -- -- from commuters and street musicians to evangelists and homeless men and women looking for a warm place to rest -- -- tourists, and curious visitors come together under New York's streets each day. Photographer and sociologist Camilo Vergara captures these chance encounters in images that go back as far as 1970, when the subways were colorfully embellished with graffiti and "cooled" in summer with fans blowing stifling air.

In addition to documenting the trains (including the indestructible "Red Birds") and the diverse riders, Subway Memories depicts New York's cityscapes as seen from the elevated trains that rumble over bridges and wind their way through neighborhoods in Queens, Harlem, Brooklyn, and the Bronx. Vergara's photo essay thus becomes a fascinating portrait of New York itself. Accompanying the color photographs is an introductory essay by Vergara in which he recalls his own "subway memories" and describes his quest to document the changing fabric and identity of the city through its subways.

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