Measure of Emptiness: Grain Elevators in the American Landscape
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Measure of Emptiness: Grain Elevators in the American Landscape

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"In the United States there is more space where nobody is than where anybody is, " said Gertude Stein. From the Midway area of Minneapolis to the prairie grasslands of Kansas, the American landscape is characterized by this spaciousness--and by the presence of windowless, rumbling, enormous grain elevators, rising above the steeples of churches to announce the presence of...more
Paperback, 112 pages
Published March 1st 1992 by Johns Hopkins University Press
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While I like Frank's pictures of Mount St. Helens better, this holds a certain sentimental value; Frank gave it to me the first time we met.
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