A regional pioneer of photojournalism, Jack Richard photographed in the Yellowstone area from the 1940's to the 1980's, where his crisp, superbly composed images captured the Western way of life. From ranch activity to national park wonders to the interment of Japanese Americans at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center near Cody, Wyoming during World War II, Richard's brilliant photography chronicles the American West from the end of the frontier era to the age of tourism, industry, and large scale ranch operations. Hard cover with 152 pages and numerous black and white photos. Roberts Rinehart Publishers 2002. ISBN 9781570984235.
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