Drawn from the archives of Darius and Tabitha Kinsey, this handsome volume showcases the work of one of the most remarkable partnerships in the history of photography. Hardcover, 144 pages.
In the winter of 1970, Dave Bohn found the surviving negatives of Darius and Tabitha Kinsey. Bohn and his colleague, Rodolfo Petschek, initiated a long-term effort to reproduce in book form the magnificent Kinsey archive. Here you’ll find Darius and Tabitha Kinsey’s lifework on display in this volume featuring 53 superb photographs of the logging industry’s steam locomotives, historical essays by John Labbe on each locomotive and the logging operations it served, and excerpts from conversations with some of the oldtime engineers, firemen, and brakemen.
Dave Bohn is a photographer, writer, and teacher. His books include Glacier Bay, Backcountry Journal, Rambles Through and Alaskan Wild, and others.
Rodolfo Petschek is a photographer with extensive color photography experience in the Grand Canyon. He is the coauthor of Ancient Sculpture from Western Mexico.
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