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by Joan W. Gandy,Thomas H. Gandy

Author: Joan W. Gandy,Thomas H. Gandy
Subcategory: Photography & Video
Language: English
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing; First Impression edition (November 17, 1999)
Pages: 128 pages
Category: Photo and Art
Rating: 4.8
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Thomas H. Gandy has spent the last four decades working with the thousands of glass-plate negatives these legendary photographers left behind. The result is a collection that he and his wife, Joan W. Gandy, have showcased the world round. I consider NATCHEZ CITY STREETS REVISITED an altogether satisfying historical document and one whose photographs will serve as a delightful, if unconventional, guide to the structures-extant and extinct-of downtown Natchez.

Joan W. Gandy and Thomas H. Gandy. In its earliest days, Natchez, Mississippi, attracted entrepreneurial people who saw potential for future enterprises. This wealth, and the energy that came along with it, created a vibrant and bustling early environment in Natchez. The city streets served as the stage on which the action took place, and where the drama of real life in a young and hopeful America unfolded. Natchez: City Streets Revisited captures through vintage photography the images.

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Joan W. This extraordinary book of recently discovered photographs, taken by a father and son who were professional photographers in Natchez, Mississippi, brings us for the first time a stunning array of images of steamboat life as it really was - from its glory days in the post-Civil War era to its demise in the years immediately following World War I. The photographers are Henry. Norman and his son Earl. With boundless enthusiasm and curiosity, and the consummate skills of pictorial artists, they captured the beauties and rigors of a half-century of life on the Mississippi. Natchez: City Streets Revisited captures through vintage photography the images of this unique period in the city's history. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Natchez : City Streets Revisited. This visual journey is possible due to the skill, craftsmanship, and foresight of the city's early photographers-Henry D. Gurney, Henry C. Norman, and his son, Earl Norman.

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Gandy, Thomas H. and Evelyn. The Mississippi Steamboat Era in Historic Photographs: Natchez to New Orleans, 1870–1920.

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In its earliest days, Natchez, Mississippi, attracted entrepreneurial people who saw potential for future enterprises. In fact, by the 1850s, Natchez boasted more millionaires per capita than any other small town in the country. This wealth, and the energy that came along with it, created avibrant and bustling early environment in Natchez. The city streets served as the stage on which the action took place, and where the drama of real life in a young and hopeful America unfolded. Natchez: City Streets Revisited captures through vintage photography the images of this unique period in the city’s history. Included are the early businesses that prospered in Natchez, as well as the grand homes of the pioneering families who brought prosperity to Natchez. This visual journey is possible due to the skill, craftsmanship, and foresight of the city’s early photographers―Henry D. Gurney, Henry C. Norman, and his son, Earl Norman. Henry Norman trained under Gurney and went on to become Natchez’s most sought-after portrait artist. In addition to portraiture, he photographed everyday life in Natchez, strolling the brick sidewalks of the city to document elaborate new storefronts and merchandise displayed on curbs. Earl Norman carried on his father’s tradition and continued to photograph the city and its people in his own highly acclaimed collection.