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Back Of Beyond Book Store
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83 N Main St
Moab, UT 84532
(435) 259-5154

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We are thrilled to be hosting authors Ren & Helen Davis for a presentation of their book "Landscapes for the People: George Alexander Grant, First Chief Photographer of the National Park Service", Friday, September 8th, 7 pm at Back of Beyond Books! Images from Arches National Park will be included in their presentation. The Davis team has traveled more than 30,000 miles and spoken in over 20 national parks and monuments, including the National Archives in Washington, World Ranger Congress in Estes Park, the Mountainfilm Festival in Telluride, the ANPR Ranger Rendezvous in Santa Fe, the Presidio in San Francisco, and most recently at Mesa Verde, Zion, Bryce Canyon, and the Grand Canyon. Available for purchase at Back of Beyond Books, call 435-259-5154 or stop in the store to reserve a copy! “The first—and by general acclaim the best—official NPS photographer was George A. Grant. In a remarkable career extending across a quarter century and 140,000 miles, Grant made more than thirty thousand photographs. . . . Those who make use of NPS photo archives have long admired his images, and a few narrowly circulated publications have feted his accomplishments, but Ren and Helen Davis are to be congratulated for bringing George Grant’s photographs to light and affording belated exposure to the life and work of a pioneer in the field of national park photography.”—from the Foreword by Timothy Davis "The oversize, hardcover book was published by the University of Georgia Press and was released in the fall of 2015 to complement the 2016 National Park Service Centennial. The book profiles the life and work of Grant, who was hired in 1929 as the Park Service's first staff photographer, and promoted to chief photographer in 1931, a position he held until 1954. During his career he traveled over 140,00 miles to produce between 30,000 and 40,000 photographs in more than 100 national parks and monuments. His work was seen by millions of people, yet he was virtually unknown outside the agency as nearly all of his published images were credited simply, -National Park Service'. During our three years of research in the NPS photo archives, the National Archives, and other collections, we viewed more than 3,000 and scanned 700, of which more than 170 are featured in our book." - Ren and Helen Davis Ren Davis’s travel writing and photography have appeared in such places as the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Georgia Magazine, and Atlanta Magazine. Helen Davis taught for nearly thirty years in public and private schools. The Davises are coauthors of several books including Georgia Walks and Atlanta Walks. They live in Atlanta. Praise for "Landscapes for the People": “The national park idea owes a tremendous debt to the photographers who captured the beauty of America’s most special places, ultimately inspiring people to push for their protection. William Henry Jackson, Carleton Watkins, and Ansel Adams are the best known, but now Ren and Helen Davis finally give George Grant the attention he so richly deserves. Millions of people have seen his work without knowing his name or his story. The centennial of the National Park Service serves as good reason to rectify that.”—Dayton Duncan, producer of The National Parks: America’s Best Idea “For more than two decades, George A. Grant traveled throughout this land, producing superb images of America’s most iconic scenery and historic sites, including those of the ancient past. Although little known to the public, Grant belongs in the pantheon of this country’s great landscape photographers, such as William Henry Jackson and Ansel Adams. This is Grant’s first full biography, with a gallery of his photographs—for enjoyment by your fireside or in the classroom.” —Richard West Sellars, author of Preserving Nature in the National Parks: A History For more information about the book, check out the Facebook page Landscapes for the People
We are thrilled to be hosting authors Ren & Helen Davis for a presentation of their book "Landscapes for the People: George Alexander Grant, First Chief Photographer of the National Park Service", Friday, September 8th, 7 pm at Back of Beyond Books! Images from Arches National Park will be included in their presentation. The Davis team has traveled more than 30,000 miles and spoken in over 20 national parks and monuments, including the National Archives in Washington, World Ranger Congress in Estes Park, the Mountainfilm Festival in Telluride, the ANPR Ranger Rendezvous in Santa Fe, the Presidio in San Francisco, and most recently at Mesa Verde, Zion, Bryce Canyon, and the Grand Canyon. Available for purchase at Back of Beyond Books, call 435-259-5154 or stop in the store to reserve a copy! “The first—and by general acclaim the best—official NPS photographer was George A. Grant. In a remarkable career extending across a quarter century and 140,000 miles, Grant made more than thirty thousand photographs. . . . Those who make use of NPS photo archives have long admired his images, and a few narrowly circulated publications have feted his accomplishments, but Ren and Helen Davis are to be congratulated for bringing George Grant’s photographs to light and affording belated exposure to the life and work of a pioneer in the field of national park photography.”—from the Foreword by Timothy Davis "The oversize, hardcover book was published by the University of Georgia Press and was released in the fall of 2015 to complement the 2016 National Park Service Centennial. The book profiles the life and work of Grant, who was hired in 1929 as the Park Service's first staff photographer, and promoted to chief photographer in 1931, a position he held until 1954. During his career he traveled over 140,00 miles to produce between 30,000 and 40,000 photographs in more than 100 national parks and monuments. His work was seen by millions of people, yet he was virtually unknown outside the agency as nearly all of his published images were credited simply, -National Park Service'. During our three years of research in the NPS photo archives, the National Archives, and other collections, we viewed more than 3,000 and scanned 700, of which more than 170 are featured in our book." - Ren and Helen Davis Ren Davis’s travel writing and photography have appeared in such places as the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Georgia Magazine, and Atlanta Magazine. Helen Davis taught for nearly thirty years in public and private schools. The Davises are coauthors of several books including Georgia Walks and Atlanta Walks. They live in Atlanta. Praise for "Landscapes for the People": “The national park idea owes a tremendous debt to the photographers who captured the beauty of America’s most special places, ultimately inspiring people to push for their protection. William Henry Jackson, Carleton Watkins, and Ansel Adams are the best known, but now Ren and Helen Davis finally give George Grant the attention he so richly deserves. Millions of people have seen his work without knowing his name or his story. The centennial of the National Park Service serves as good reason to rectify that.”—Dayton Duncan, producer of The National Parks: America’s Best Idea “For more than two decades, George A. Grant traveled throughout this land, producing superb images of America’s most iconic scenery and historic sites, including those of the ancient past. Although little known to the public, Grant belongs in the pantheon of this country’s great landscape photographers, such as William Henry Jackson and Ansel Adams. This is Grant’s first full biography, with a gallery of his photographs—for enjoyment by your fireside or in the classroom.” —Richard West Sellars, author of Preserving Nature in the National Parks: A History For more information about the book, check out the Facebook page @[431772193674273:274:Landscapes for the People]
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