Publication: University of Arizona, Centennial Commission, 1985, N P Tucson
First edition. 4to. Pictorial stiff wrappers, 138 pp., frontispiece, acknowledgements, illustrated from photographs, plates. Hanna was a reknown photographer and he provided us with photographs of cowboys, cattle roundups, horses, Native American scenes, nudes, rodeo, Spirit Dancers, and so forth. Photographer and pharmacist, Globe, Arizona, Forman Hanna was internationally known for his pictorial-style photography. His photographs were exhibited nationally and internationally including exhibits in New York, Washington, D.C., London, Glasgow and Paris. Forman Hanna was born in Anson, Texas in 1882. In 1904, Hanna moved to Globe, Arizona, accepting a job with the Palace Pharmacy. He later bought the business and operated it until his retirement in 1946. With Globe as his base, he made many photography trips into the Indian country of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah. He was primarily active as a photographer from 1912 to 1937. He died in April 1950. A fine, bright copy without dust jacket, as issued.
Inventory Number: 50241