Elsa’s Housebook: A Woman’s Photojournal
Elsa's Housebook is a photographic record of family and friends who visited her at 19 Flagg Street in Cambridge when she lived there during the late 1960s and early 1970s. Many famous writers and thinkers, most notably literary figures associated with the Beat generation, are featured in the book, including Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg, Peter Orlovsky, Gary Snyder, Gregory Corso, and Robert Creeley. The book also features portraits of people who would become famous in other fields, such as radical feminist Andrea Dworkin and civil rights lawyer and Foundation for Individual Rights in Education co-founder Harvey A. Silverglate.
Originally published in 1974, Elsa's Housebook: A Woman's Photojournal, has been rereleased as a new edition available for printing on the Harvard Book Store's book-making robot Paige M. Gutenborg.
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