"With a camera, I can come to see and make sense of it all"

12th May 2006 at 01:00
(Photograph) - "With a camera, I can come to see and make sense of it all": Photographer Judith Joy Ross quoted in Jock Reynolds's essay accompanying her 1992-94 photographic study of her own former elementary, middle and high schools in Hazleton, a Pennsylvania mining town whose fortunes had declined. Portraits of the Hazleton Public Schools, which includes "The Stewart Sisters, 7th Grade" (right) and "Study Buddies" (above) is published by Yale University Press pound;30

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