A Life in Pictures
edited by E.E. O’Donnell
6 3/4" x 9 1/2" • 128 pages • b&w photography
ISBN 9780863274367 • paperback • $15.95 •
As a student with a passion for photography, Father Browne’s pictures won him fame following the Titanic tragedy. By the time of his death in 1960, he had almost 42,000 negatives, the personal record of "a master photographer with an unerring eye" (London Independent).
From his Jesuit training to the trenches of World War I to travels in Australia, Ceylon, Yemen, Egypt, Italy, Portugal, England and Ireland, this first biography describes Father Browne's talent and tenacity and forms a unique pictoral record of his extraordinary life, the life of "the most important documentary historian of this century" (The Irish Times).
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