All but the last issue of this complete set of Camera Work comes originally from the collection of the photographer Arthur Siegel (1913-1978), best known for his association with Chicago’s New Bauhaus, later the Institute of Design (ID). First a student, and then a teacher, at this pioneering institution, Siegel organized the ID’s first course in the history of photography. His connoisseurship of the medium’s history was evident in the breadth of his collection which included an Albert Sands Southworth self-portrait daguerreotype and early prints by Moholy-Nagy, Cartier-Bresson, Edward Weston, Minor White, Weegee, and others.
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