Clyde Hare’s Pittsburgh: Four Decades of Pittsburgh, Frozen in Light
Photographs by Clyde Hare, Text by Alan Van Dine
Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation, 1994
Twentieth century Pittsburgh–from the 1950′s to 1994–comes to life in this collection of compelling images by master photographer Clyde Hare. 165 color and b/w photos reveal Pittsburgh’s revitalization during Renaissance I, the heroics of steel-making, the beauty and grandeur of the landscape, and the variety and richness of everyday life through a period of dramatic change. Alan Van Dine’s introduction elucidates Clyde Hare’s career and his important role in the development of documentary photography. Concise information on each photograph is contained in a “Photographic Notes” section prepared by Walter C. Kidney.
Recipient of a 1995 Certificate of Design Excellence from “Print,” America’s graphic design magazine.
- 166 pages, soft cover; 10 1/2″ x 10 1/2″
- Superb six-color, fine arts printing reproduction.
- 93 color and 72 b/w photographs
- ISBN: 0-916670-16-3