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Contents Acknowledgements Introduction 1. The Physiognomy of American Labor: Photography and Employee Rationalization, 1913- 1929 2. Industrial Choreography: Photography and the Standardization of Motion 3. Engineering the Subjective: Lewis W. Hine's Work Portraits and Corporate Paternalism in the 1920s 4. Rationalizing Consumption: Photography and Commercial Illustration Conclusion Notes Selected Bibliography Index
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Photography -- United States -- Business methods.
Commercial photography -- United States -- History.