By Judith Keller and Kenneth A. Breisch
Year of publication: 1980
British antiquarian John Henry Parker (1806-1884) was among the first to use photography to document the surviving ruins of ancient Rome in the 1860s, but his project to do so remains little understood and his photographs underutilized. This illustrated book explores Parker's work through a rare set of his images housed in the Kelsey Museum and reassesses the value of his legacy. 38p, 7 pls.