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by John A. Hall,Wes Lyle

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ISBN:
0700601651
Author:
John A. Hall,Wes Lyle
Category:
Photography & Video
Language:
English
Publisher:
University Press of Kansas (January 31, 1986)
Pages:
168 pages
EPUB book:
1440 kb
FB2 book:
1322 kb
DJVU:
1669 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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666


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In this distinctive volume two artists, a photographer and a writer, explore and interpret the many facets of Misouri

In this distinctive volume two artists, a photographer and a writer, explore and interpret the many facets of Misouri. They traveled thousands of miles within the state - through bustling city markets and small town grocery stores, into mysterious caves, through railroad yards, down the Missouri River, and into the Ozark Hills. Their impressions, in photographs and words, celebrate the endless variety, the unique grandeur, the feel of the state.

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I want to quote from the terrific book Missouri: Faces and Places, with photos by Wes Lyle and text by John Hall. Hall writes about Kansas City, We’re the rivers and the faces and the streets and the straight lines of steel coming together. There is another city rising up from man’s imaginings. The essence of this place is the minglings of its fountains and its jazz. Kansas City is on the edge of the prairie, looking off into the future from different beginnings. It has its own particular sound and light.

So John, Edie May acknowledged Taylor’s newfound mobility, what are . Taylor could sense that this place was in some way the cultural center o. .

So John, Edie May acknowledged Taylor’s newfound mobility, what are you doing up and about without adult supervision. I heard you woke up half the town last night. Her humor was refreshing as ever. They are doing a very good job showing their best vibe faces from yucky to hamster euphoria, don’t you think? Taylor could sense that this place was in some way the cultural center of Flugerton, maybe of the whole area. They climbed the few stairs to a tall double door, which was inlaid in dark red hardwood with the words Ask, and it is given. The simple yet powerful vibration that resonated with these words was not lost on Taylor.

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John MacIntosh Lyle (13 November 1872 – 20 December 1945) was an Irish-Canadian architect, designer, urban planner, and teacher active in the late 19th century and into the first half of the 20th century. He was a leading Canadian architect in the Beaux Arts style and was involved in the City Beautiful movement in several Canadian cities. In the 1920s, he worked to develop his vision of a uniquely Canadian style of architecture.

In this distinctive volume two artists, a photographer and a writer, explore and interpret the many facets of Misouri. They traveled thousands of miles within the state - through bustling city markets and small town grocery stores, into mysterious caves, through railroad yards, down the Missouri River, and into the Ozark Hills. Their impressions, in photographs and words, celebrate the endless variety, the unique grandeur, the feel of the state. Here, then, is Missouri. Wes Lyle and John Hall invite you to share their impressions in this book of discovery.