DOWN HOME: Camden, Alabama. Bob. Text Adelman, Susan Hall.

DOWN HOME: Camden, Alabama

New York: Quadrangle The New York Times Book Co., 1974. Bob Adelman. 2nd edition. Wraps. 2nd edition, 1974. Good. Square 4to., 159 pp., with numerous full page, black & white photographs by Bob Adelman. Bound in publishers stiff, white, photo illustrated wraps. Wraps are soiled, base of spine is bumped, previous sellers price sticker on front and rear covers. Internally clean and crisp, with finger soiling at lower right corner from use. Good. Item #25893
ISBN: 0812904575

Robert Melvin "Bob" Adelman (October 30, 1930 – March 19, 2016) was an American photographer known for his images of the civil rights movement. He is biological father of writer Elizabeth Wurtzel.

Adelman's work captured a decade of racial strife during the 1960s, including portraits of Martin Luther King reciting his "I Have a Dream" speech, the fifty-mile march from Selma to Montgomery, and King resting in his casket after the assassination. His photos, some of which are archived at the Library of Congress, captured segregation and civil unrest in the South.

Price: $45.00

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