Pen Name: None Connection to Illinois: Gary Irving lives in a Western Illinois suburb. Biography: Irving is a photographer.
Gary Irving on WorldCat : http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=gary+irving
|Beneath an open sky :
ISBN: 0252016491 OCLC: 21118669 University of Illinois Press, Urbana : ©1990. "Beneath an Open Sky marks Irving's first complete collection of panoramic images, most of which are displayed to maximum advantage across two-page spreads. The handsome oversized horizontal format allows the reader to experience the true scope of the open landscape."--Publisher.
ISBN: 1556520476 OCLC: 948554048 Chicago Review, [Place of publication not identified] : 1986.
ISBN: 0932575684 OCLC: 18571244 "Illinois has a landscape that is as subtle as prairie grass and wildflowers, as bold as endless fields of corn and the rising Chicago skyline. The photographer and the author have approached this complex tapestry from four points of view: natural landscape, rural landscape, crossroads, and Chicago. Using standard and panoramic cameras, Irving has captured the essence and texture of the state. The natural landscape yields delicate patterns of prairie grasses, woodlands budding out in early spring leaves, a riot of autumn colors in Shawnee National Forest, and spectacular views from the Garden of the Gods State Park"--Dust jacket flap.
|Modern Orthodox Judaism :
ISBN: 9780827612891 OCLC: 950613786 Modern Orthodox Judaism offers an extensive selection of primary texts documenting the Orthodox encounter with American Judaism that led to the emergence of the Modern Orthodox movement. Many texts in this volume are drawn from episodes of conflict that helped form Modern Orthodox Judaism. These include the traditionalists' response to the early expressions of Reform Judaism, as well as incidents that helped define the widening differences between Orthodox and Conservative Judaism in the early twentieth century. Other texts explore the internal struggles to maintain order and balance once Orthodox Judaism had separated itself from other religious movements. Zev Eleff combines published documents with seldom-seen archival sources in tracing Modern Orthodoxy as it developed into a structured movement, established its own institutions, and encountered critical events and issues--some that helped shape the movement and others that caused tension within it. A general introduction explains the rise of the movement and puts the texts in historical context. Brief introductions to each section guide readers through the documents of this new, dynamic Jewish expression.
|Places of grace :
ISBN: 0252023234 OCLC: 39839804 University of Illinois Press, Urbana : ©1999. "This collection of photographs uncovers the mystery and beauty of a part of the country that for most people is hidden in plain view, Places of Grace reveals both the physical splendor and the natural history of a ten-state region encompassing Illinois, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan." "Open Places of Grace and be guided through forest, wetland, and prairie into the heart of the undiscovered Midwest. From the prairie grasses of western Nebraska to the boreal forests of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, this volume delights the eye and fires the imagination with unexpected images of lands that yet retain the marks of their primeval origins."--Jacket.
ISBN: 0195406079 OCLC: 12431338 Skyline Press, [Toronto?] : ©1985.