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GENERAL PHOTOGRAPHY

FORTUNE'S BUSINESSMEN
SINGLE IMAGES, a sampling
A FORTUNE ALBUM 1955

 

PHOTOGRAPHERS

A

ANSEL ADAMS
RUSSELL AIKINS
Ray Atkeson,Cabinet Gorge Dam 1953
Eve Arnold with Otto Maya New Signals from the Pennsy November 1965

 

B

MARGARET BOURKE-WHITE
HORACE BRISTOL
John Bryson, Missile Gantry 1962
John Bryson,Countdown for NIKE X November 1965 (with Max Gschwind)

C

JERRY COOKE
GORDON COSTER
Robert Capa, Mexican Steel, 1940
R.E.Christie, The Building of the Fairless Works (United Steel)
Henri Cartier-Bresson,The New York of West Germany 1954
Gordon Coster, The Working Front April 1942 (double page)
H.B.Cornelius, White Truck in the Black c1940
H.B.Cornelius, American Steel Foundries, Nov. 1940

D

Robert Doisneau, Palm Springs, 1964
Robert Doisneau,The Frenchman's France, 1959
Robert Doisneau,Radio Free Europe, Lisbon,
Bruce Davidson, Armour sees Fat Years Ahead October 1959

E

WALKER EVANS

F

Andreas Feininger, Harbor Fleet, June 1943

G

WILLIAM GARNETT
ARTHUR GERLACH
BARRETT GALLAGHER
Herbert Gehr, Juneau, Alaska 1942 single
Arthur Gerlach, F.A.O.Schwarz The Toy Shop
Ferrell Grehan, Implosion on the West Side
Milton Greene, Motors, they're still in High
Guy Gillette , Brisk business for a Brand New Shopping Centre , February 1957

H

OTTO HAGEL
BERNARD HOFFMAN (the Car, single 1941)
Martin Harris, Big Money in Boston
Hollem-Houck, Standard Brands Traveller, September 1938
Walter Hortens, Bricks without Straw, April 1945 (portrait)
R.E.Hoffmann, Family on Relief February 1936
Martha Holmes, Headquarters are at Foggy Bottom (State Department) December 1947
Clyde Hare The World's Biggest Dome February 1961
Clyde Hare The latest big wrinkle in steel September 1965
Erich Hartmann The Seaway - Open for Business September 1959
Erich Hartmann The Conquest of the St Lawrence June 1957
Jesse Hartman Peace Arrives at Gar Wood

J

FENNO JACOBS

 

K

DMITRI KESSEL MENU
MARVIN KONER MENU
FRED K.KORTH Ply 1940
Torkel Korling, Freuhauf Trailers, September 1940
Torkel Korling, Sears' War, September 1942 single
Andre Kertesz, Rubber on the Rebound, Firestone

L

BOB LEAVITT
Lawrence Lowry, Allied Chemical October 1954,
Lawrence Lowry, Space Explorers Dream telescope August 1964
Russell Lee, Arkansas Power October 1952 October 1954,
Sol Libsohn, Businessmen rebuild an Indiana Town 1962
Sol Libsohn,Self Build in Indianapolis (One the Frontier)
Sol Libsohn,New Jersey Turnpike
Arthur Lavine, Champion Paper January 1949
Randolph Langenbach, A Doomed Industrial Monument, 1969
Lisa Larsen , Webb's Drug Store, , June 1948

M

ROBERT MOTTAR
Wayne Miller, Rare Jack Daniels July 1951
Ivan Masser and Pete Turner, GE Astride Two Worlds June 1962
Ivan Masser This is a Round House July 1958
Robert Mack With Matson's down to Melbourne
Otto Maya New Signals from the Pennsy November 1965 with Eve Arnold
Hans Moller The Rock Island Line, December 1944

 

N

Arnold Newman The Skyline Builders
Marvin Newman and Fenno Jacobs The Eisenhower Shift April 1958

P

David Plowden , Gone Fishing, 1964
Robert Phillips , A Crossing that defies the Atlantic 1963, 1964
Johns Pepper and Barrett Gallagher ,Trouble in Synthetic Rubber

R

ROBERT YARNALL RICHIE
WILLIAM RITTASE
CHARLES ROTKIN
Mike Roberts , Vultee Aircraft, 1941
Mike Roberts ,The North American Way March 1941
Mark Ribout , Alaska, 1941
Charles Rotkin, New England Industrial Centre, On the Frontier, 1941

S

ERICH SALOMON
VALENTINO SARRA
SCHAEFER & SEAWELL
ERIC SCHAAL
KURT SCHELLING
RALPH STEINER
EZRA STOLLER
Richard Saunders The Logistics of Vertical Transport 1963
Steinheimer,The Battle for Chicago February 1942
Steinheimer,Total War and the Little Man 1941 (single)
Luke Swank,Heinz Factory Pittsburgh
George Strock, a pulsating aircraft industry
Peter Stackpole ,Food Machinery
John Szarkowski, GOLF A Verdent Investment September 1964
George Skadding, Kaiser Frazer Cashes in
Arthur Siegel, Chicago Industry by Night, October 1953

V

WILLIAM VANDIVERT
William Vandivert, Maracaibo to the Sea, February 1959

 

W

DAN WEINER
Todd Webb, Adam Smith on 7th Avenue
Todd Webb, Pittsburgh Panorama (Standard Oil)
Todd Webb, The Traffic Outrage October 1946
Richard Carver Wood, Early American Old Spice , April 1940
Bradford Washburn, ALASKA , March 1942

 

 

PHOTO ESSAYS

VARIOUS PHOTOGRAPHERS

ASSOCIATED PRESS ( stock photos) ,
BEAUTIFUL FACTORIES SCHAAL, FLORES, FEININGER EISENSTADT, STOLLER
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS MARCH 1939 SCHELLING. MUDD,JOHNSON, HAGEL
DOWN TO THE LAKES July 1940 CORNELIUS. RICHIE, MYDANS, HAGEL
A PORTRAIT OF OIL UN-RETOUCHED JOHN VACHON, MARTHA ROBERTS, GORDON PARKS, ESTHER BUBLEY, HAROLD CORSINI
SANTA FE - NO 1 RAILROAD JOHN J.EYERMAN, RALPH CRANE, SOL STUDNA, WALTER SANDERS FRANK SCHERSEL, BARRETT GALLAGHER NOVEMBER 1948
FROM SEA TO SHINING SEA, Bagby, Paul Strand, Breitenbach, Charles Johnson,Scherman, Will Connell, Bradley Smith, Ansel Adams, February 1951
RESEARCH REBUILDS THE SOUTH , Jorgensen, Fenno Jacobs, Russell Lee, Gallagher, Rotkin, March 1952
THE GREAT AMERICAN SALESMAN , Aikins, Kessel, Vachon, Briol, Fenno Jacobs, Otto Hagel, Hoffman
CINCINNATI RAIL TERMINAL , June 1933, Nyholm, Phillips
DOLLS , MATTER, AIKINS, ROYLE
SHOWCASE FOR BUSINESS , the strange world of display,
THE VISUAL STRENGTH OF US INDUSTRY January 1954
THE MARGIN IS NOW WOMANPOWER, February 1943
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PHOTOGRAPHERS

to be identifiedbut browsed for now

ONE MAN'S MEAT, 1946, Slotkin of Hygrade products
GE Does it, Navy Gears
A small electric furnace pours a heat of Ferrovanadium at alloy
Small town market (to be looked at)
Lit Rig by Night
Philadelphia's City Hall in development, On the Frontier
Dams and Superlatives go together page 2
German Industry, assorted photos 1939 ams and Superlatives go together
Bridges that span three continents, November 1965
THE PITT CONSOL ADVENTURE
STANDARD BRANDS, MERCHANTS ON WHEELS
SHOT SHELL AND BOMBS
REAL SILK HOSIERY MILLS
IBM banishes dowdiness
the power of the west
FLEETBASE, MODEL AND PHOTOGRAPHY DECEMBER 1940
SEARS' WAR
STATE OF THE NATION, THE WORKERS ARE TALKING IT UP AGAIN

 

WHAT SHOULD FORTUNE PHOTOGRAPHS DO?

"The picture is quiet and true. Since I am writing about photography let me point out that this picture is a better part of the story at hand than either a drawing or a painting would be. There is a profitable and well-run cracker firm in a sweaty part of the town, there is a knot of men talking on the pavement about anything but crackers, amidst the irrelevant trucks. This is where Mal-o-Mars are cooked and this is where last week's newspaper meets the gutter too. And the Strand Hotel becomes famous for flavour. My point is Fortune photographs should take a long look at a subject, get into it, and without shouting, tell a lot about it." to R.D. Paine, 23.7.48 (Walker Evans at Work).

June 1948, Jerry Cooke at Nabisco

 

 

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