This companion book to the Keller Gallery exhibition of the same name, which featured Frank’s landscapes and floral still lifes, as well as images of his children, automobiles, the McKinley National Memorial, and scenes in and around Canton. Between 1899 and 1923, Canton native Frank Dick experimented with photography, creating a treasure trove of images that have recently been discovered. He considered himself a “hobbyist,” but his photos display a keen eye for composition and technical detail.
About the Author
Kim Kenney earned her Master of Arts degree in history museum studies at the Cooperstown Graduate Program in New York. She became Curator of the McKinley Presidential Library & Museum in October 2001 and was promoted to Executive Director in 2019. She has authored eight books, and her work has appeared in the Public Historian, White House History, The Repository, the Boston Globe, Aviation History and Mused. Her ninth book, Exploring the American Presidency through 50 Historic Treasures, is forthcoming in 2022.
Publisher : McKinley Presidential Library and Museum (January 1, 2016)
Paperback : 113 pages
ISBN : 978-0963471253
Item Weight : 1.23 pounds
Dimensions : 8.5 x .375 x 10.9 inches