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American Ruins by Arthur Drooker
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American Ruins (2007)

by Arthur Drooker (Photographer), Douglas Brinkley (Foreword), Christopher Woodward (Author)

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Drooker presents a visual record of American ruins ranging from Native American dwellings in the Southwest to the remains of Gilded Age mansions on the East Coast and a king's summer home in Hawaii. Luminous infrared photographs expose crumbled walls, weathered facades and overgrown flora, with brief essays describing each site.… (more)

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