From the Publisher
* A sweetly evocative collection of 120 photographic portraits of children and ponies, spanning 1880 to 1990. * Chronicles the use of ponies as "props" in children's portraiture, and documents the development of photography and the popularity of keepsake photos over more than a century. * All the photographs were taken in the United States and Canada, with striking exceptions from Burma, Buenos Aires, and Great Britain. * A perfect gift for horse lovers and vintage photography collectors.
About the Author
VICTORIA RANDALL was a horse-crazy little girl who grew up to be the executive director of the Eureka Theatre in San Francisco. She is also a collector and historian of antique equine art. She lives in El Sobrante, California, with one man, one dog, one cat, and two horses, of course.