'I do not think of myself as a photographer, merely somebody who has taken a great many photographs, usually with a purpose in mind' : to catalogue something of historical and architectural value, to capture an oddity, or to 'imbue with self-respect a place which those who live in, or beside, it, may till then have thought of merely as a dump'. For fifty years, architectural historian Maurice Craig carried a camera nearly everywhere he went. Meticulously catalogued, the resulting collection of over two thousand photographs ...

Maurice Craig: Photographs 2011, The Lilliput Press Ltd, Dublin

ISBN-13: 9781843512004

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