William Wallace Tooker Photo Collection



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WILLIAM WALLACE TOOKER

 

 

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As of 5/18/2016 the DOWNLOAD PAGE is temporarily on hold. The two documents Looking for Mr.Talkhouse and the Significance of Tooker's Beached Whale photo of 1891 are scheduled for e-book publication in the fall of 2016. However, until June 1, 2016 you may contact me via email and I will send the file. Please visit website for future downloads!

The William Wallace Tooker Photographic Collection is a small, rare, distinguished and historically significant body of work completed between 1880-1900 in one of the great birthing areas of American culture, the eastern end of Long Island, New York. Through his photographic images, Tooker tells the story of a vanishing barren landscapes as the New World immigrants create a new civilization to include a communities of English Smock windmills, beached whales, shipwrecks, lighthouses and pre-revolutionary settlement houses.

 

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