'Tell It Like It Is' Book by David Alan Harvey (Signed)

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  • 'Tell It Like It Is' Book by David Alan Harvey (Signed)
  • 'Tell It Like It Is' Book by David Alan Harvey (Signed)
  • 'Tell It Like It Is' Book by David Alan Harvey (Signed)
  • 'Tell It Like It Is' Book by David Alan Harvey (Signed)
  • 'Tell It Like It Is' Book by David Alan Harvey (Signed)
  • 'Tell It Like It Is' Book by David Alan Harvey (Signed)
  • 'Tell It Like It Is' Book by David Alan Harvey (Signed)
  • 'Tell It Like It Is' Book by David Alan Harvey (Signed)

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Tell It Like It Is was first published in 1968 but it was destined to be re-published. It is not an epic. It is a photographic slice of another era, and a small piece of one family’s history in the U.S.

In 1967 I was 23, in graduate journalism school in Missouri, and married. My first son Bryan was just 7-months old. I had no money, was unknown as a photographer, and had no mentors. There were two major social upheavals in the U.S. at the time: The Vietnam War and the civil rights movement. Socially conscious photographers of the era typically focused on one or the other. My friend Charles Hofheimer proposed we do a book on black family life. He had been working with local organizations involved with bettering the lives of blacks living in disadvantaged neighborhoods in Norfolk, Virginia. I jumped at this idea. Rather than shoot pictures all over what was known as the Berkeley ghetto in Norfolk, we decided to do a photo essay with one cooperative family. James Liggins and his wife Callie opened their door to us. They had 7 children ranging in ages from 2-15 years old. The Liggins’ lived in a small apartment in a 5-story tenement building. For approximately one month, I spent all my time with the family. - DAH

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Publication date: May 2015
First edition / signed
ISBN: 978-0-9837864-6-7
Size: 15" x 10.5" 
76 pages, 46 black & white images
Softcover
Paper: Symbol Tatami white 150 gr
Photographs: David Alan Harvey
Design & production: Anton Kusters & Diego Orlando
Printed by Grafiche Antiga, Italy
Published by BurnBooks

 

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