photobiography

photobiography

a biography related mostly or entirely through photographs.
See also: Photography
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Trial by Ice: A Photobiography of Sir Ernest Shackleton
NEWBERY MEDAL LINCOLN: A PHOTOBIOGRAPHY | RUSSELL FREEDMAN
Freedmanhas garnered numerous awards including a Newbery Medal for Lincoln: A Photobiography, three Newbery Honors, the Regina Medal, the May Hill Arbuthnot Lecture Award, the Orbis Pictus Award, the Sibert Medal, and the Laura Ingalls Wilder Medal for "a lasting and substantial contribution to children's books.
Inventing the future: A photobiography of Thomas Alva Edison.
One of my finds was a four-year-old pristine copy of Winston Churchill: The Photobiography, a collection of more than 200 rare and previously unpublished photographs revealing many aspects of his life.
One of my finds was a fouryear-old pristine copy of Winston Churchill: The Photobiography, a collection of more than 200 rare and previously unpublished photographs revealing many aspects of his life.
But Plath does not allow Hemingway's photobiography to end without pictures of his final trip to Spain, including photos taken with bullfighter Antonio Ordonez.
Onward: A Photobiography of African-American Polar Explorer Matthew Henson.
The book - the 50th Anniversary Scrapbook and PhotoBiography - was the brainchild of his son George Hamilton V, who spent many months researching and identifying photographs that traced his father's career through the decades, from initial pop success in 1956 with the million selling A Rose And A Baby Ruth to recently receiving the special BCMA award in recognition for his furtherance of Country music on a worldwide basis.
Freedman, Russell, Lincoln: A Photobiography (Clarion Books, 1987).
He won the Newbery Award for Lincoln: A Photobiography (Clarion 1987), a Boston Globe-Horn Book Award for Franklin Delano Roosevelt (Clarion 1990), and Newbery honors for The Wright Brothers (Holiday 1991) and Eleanor Roosevelt: A Life of Discovery (Clarion 1993).
KING: THE PHOTOBIOGRAPHY OF MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.