The Jews of Wyoming: Fringe of the Diaspora by Penny Diane Wolin
Penny Diane Wolin made a living in the film industry, in Hollywood, before turning her 4X5 Busch Press camera on the community of Jews that has been living in Cheyenne, Wyoming since the 1850s. Asking, "What does it mean to be a Jew from the Cowboy State?", she interviewed and photographed multiple generations, creating a stunning collection of photographs that became a traveling exhibition in the 1990s. This is the collected work. This book is out of print and limited from the author's own stock.
◦ 9 2/8" x 12 2/8"
◦ 196 pages
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