How to go from A to B

Dominici, S. 2019. How to go from A to B. Source Magazine. (97), pp. 22-25.

TitleHow to go from A to B
TypeJournal article
AuthorsDominici, S.
Abstract

Navigating American Modernity: the Rand McNally Photo-Auto Guides, 1905-1909

Keywordsphotography
visual culture
mobility
American modernity
photo-auto guides
JournalSource Magazine
Journal citation(97), pp. 22-25
ISSN1369-2224
Year2019
PublisherSource Magazine
Web address (URL)http://www.source.ie/archive/issue97/is97editorial.php
Publication dates
PublishedApr 2019

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