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Works Referenced: Further Reading
  • Cooney, Terry A. Balancing Acts: American Thoughts and Culture in the 1930s. Twayne Publishers, New York. 1995.

  • Boorstin, Daniel. The Image: A Guide to Pseudo-Events in America. Antheneum, New York. 1961. Originally published under the title, THE IMAGE or What Happened to the American Dream.

  • Darwent, Charles. "Image Problem", New Statesman. July 31, 1998.

  • Guimond, James. American Photography and the American Dream. he University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill and London.1991.

  • Koudsi, Suzanne. "Fortune's Early Eye", Fortune. March 6, 2000.

  • Newhall, Beaumont. The History of Photography. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Distributed by Bulfinch Press / Little, Brown and Company, Boston, New York. 1982.

  • Orvell, Miles. The Real Thing. The University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill and London. 1989.

  • Peterson, Theodore. Magazines in the Twentieth Century. University of Illinois Press, Urbana. 1975.

  • Sass, Anne. Picturing Business: The Photography of FORTUNE. International Center of Photography. http://www.icp.org/exhibitions/fortune/brochure1.html. accessed June 3, 2002. Brochure.

  • Stott, William. Documentary Expression and Thirties America. Oxford University Press, Inc., New York. 1973.

  • Swanberg, W.A. Luce and His Empire. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 1972.

  • Trachtenberg, Alan, ed. Classic Essays on Photography. Leete's Island Books, New Haven, Connecticut. 1980. Essays consulted: Roland Barthes, "Rhetoric of the Image"; Hubert Damisch, "Notes for a Phenomenology of the Photographic Image"; and Berenice Abbott, "Photography at the Crossroads."

  • Time, Inc. Henry Luce. Time Incorporated, New York. 1967. See contributions by Robert Elson, Time Staff, John K. Jessup, and Max Ways.

  • Watkins, Tom H. The Great Depression: America in the 1930s. Back Bay Books, Little, Brown and Company. Boston. 1993.

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