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The Photography of Ben Winans of Brookville, Indiana, 1902–1926
By Donald L. Dunaway

In 1902 photographer Ben Winans purchased a state-of-the-art camera and began documenting life in tiny Brookville, Indiana. For twenty-four years he photographed the people, places, and events that breathed life into this southeastern Indiana town. Now the Indiana Historical Society is honoring Winans's work with the release of a book called The Photography of Ben Winans of Brookville, Indiana 1902–1926. The 172-page book, written by Don Dunaway, features more than one hundred of Winans's black-and-white photographs of townsfolk at work and play, surrounding scenery, and architecture of the small river town.

Softcover, 184 pages. Indiana Historical Society, 2001. ISBN 0871951541.

About the author
Donald L. Dunaway, a native of Franklin County, Indiana, received a bachelor of science degree and a master's degree in business administration from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. He retired after forty years at the U.S. Department of Engergy's Feed Material Production Center near Cincinnati, Ohio.


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