Bill Tague's Berkshires: Volume II

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Residents of and seasonal visitors to the Berkshires greeted the publication of Bill Tague's Berkshires with tremendous enthusiasm in 1996. Many lifelong fans of Tague's work were delighted to view it in compiled form, and others were introduced to the majesty and vividness of his work for the first time.The editor of this volume—Tyler Resch—has worked together again with the photographer's wife—Irene Tague—to produce an all-new, second book on the region that presents more stunning photographs, many times accompanied by Tague's original captions. Bill Tague's Berkshires Volume II covers the history of the region from the 1950s through the 1980s, and highlights the human spirit and natural vitality that make the area what it is. From skiers to schoolchildren and from noble mountains to picturesque farmyards, Tague's images captured the essence of the area for over forty years.
ISBN: 9780738563862
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
State: Massachusetts
Series: Images of America
Images: 200
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
In poring through the vast archive of Tague's work, Tyler Resch has produced two books destined to bring back memories and enliven interest in the Berkshires' recent past. His appreciation of this photographer's work and his knowledge of the area's history make for a meaningful and fascinating presentation.
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