A Victorian Woman's Travels in the Southwest: The 1897 Letters & Photographs of Amelia Hollenback
Two sisters embark from Pennsylvania in search of experiences in the Indian Southwest, that was newly opened to intrepid travelers. At Hopi, they meet the day's most famous photographers and bring back rare images of this and other Indian lands that stand today as an America coming to terms with itself through its female adventurers.
"In the summer of 1897, two well-bred and educated East coast sisters, Amelia and Josephine Hollenback, embark on a three month journey to the then-relatively unknown American Southwest [Amelia Hollenback's] letters and black-and-white photographs come alive over one hundred years later."
Trim: 10" x 7"
Illustrations: 85 black-and-white photographs