Bill Brett turns his lens on Boston’s Irish-American community, celebrating its rich history, heritage and character that runs generations deep. Photography by Bill Brett; text by Carol Beggy; foreword by David McCullough
Photography by Bill Brett; Text by Carol Beggy; Foreword by David McCullough.
Acclaimed Boston photographer Bill Brett’s Boston, Irish is a collection of more than 260 black-and-white photographs of the people and the city he loves. Building on his four previous books, Boston, Irish celebrates the city’s Irish Americans, chronicling a unique period in the city’s history, one inhabited by newly-arrived immigrants and second- and third-generation Irish Americans. Its portraits and stories cover every aspect of the Irish-American community and represent the full breadth of the Irish immigrant experience.
304 pages, hardcover with dust jacket
9 x 11.5 inch horizontal format