GHOSTS ALONG THE MISSISSIPPI by Clarence John Laughlin

GHOSTS ALONG THE MISSISSIPPI

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A very special, especially regional item -- and a very lovely book with the hundred expressive photographs by the author, this is a study of plantation culture, of Louisiana tradition and architectural contribution. Both the text and the pictures are poetic in their interpretation of the past, the houses, cemeteries, decor and detail, Laughlin using superimposed photographs to make his points. Unusual presentation of a famous section of the country, distinguished in format.

Publisher: Scribner