For 47 years, photographer and newspaperman Frank Hohenberger roamed around the highways and byways of Brown County, Indiana recording the life and times of this unique corner of the state. From time to time he also made forays into Kentucky, South Carolina, New England, Canada and Mexico. Once, he offered the memorable observation that "pictures speak the only language all mankind can understand." Visitors to this site created by Indiana University's Digital Library Program can browse the photos by date or by series. The series option is quite nice, as visitors can scan through his numerous trips. The "New England, 1950" series, for instance, features images of old bars, the waterfall at Kent House in Quebec, and hand-painted signs. It's a beautiful collection and one that may inspire photographers and others with an eye for capturing landscapes near and far.
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