26º 81º

Title: 26º 81º

Photographer/s: Joshua Dudley Greer

Contributor/s: Christopher M. Maier

Date of publication: April 15, 2011

Place of publication: Washington, DC

Dimensions: 12 x 9 inches

Edition size: 1,000

Type of binding: Hardcover, perfect bind

Number of pages: 84

Type of paper: Utopia 1X Green

Number of pictures: 40

Type of printing: Offset

Printer: Yorke Printe Shoppe

Publisher: Joseph Zednik and Poccuo, Inc.

Designer: Poccuo, Inc.

Language: English

ISBN: 978-0-615-45091-9

Category: photo-essay book

Price: $45.95

Summary: Here is Immokalee. Here is a hopeful child, an athlete, a trailer park. Here is a brand new home. Here is a Haitian reverend, a skilled machinist, a woman who saw a hurricane destroy her home — and then watched her neighbors help her rebuild it. Here is a town with great poverty and even greater spirit. Here is a place that is changing, and will continue to change. Here, at 26°N and 81°W, is a spot on the map that is like no other. Here is Immokalee.

In 26° 81°, photographer Joshua Dudley Greer offers 40 full-color images that guide us through Immokalee’s quintessential American story of hardship, perseverance, optimism, and success.

Website: http://www.jdudleygreer.com/

Book link: http://www.26-81.com/

Donated by: Poccuo, Inc.

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