Contributions of text or images

Graver la Lumière 2002
A History of Women Photographers, by Naomi Rosenblum 1994
A Vineyard Garden, by Molly Chappellet 1990
The Eternal Body, by Ruth Bernhard 1986
Rising Goddess, by Cynthia MacAdams 1982
After Ninety, by Imogen Cunningham 1977

Books by Margaretta K. Mitchell

The Face of Poetry, University of California Press 2004

"...Margaretta Mitchell's photographs give faces to, make a serial portrait of, the social facts, and give us also a series of portraits of individual artists to set against the poems, where at best an interesting space might grow up between the poems and the faces looking out from the photographs, in the conversation between the two art forms."—Robert Haas
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Ruth Bernhard: Between Art and Life, Chronicle Books 2000

A bio-memoir of the long and creative life of Ruth Bernhard, celebrated photographer and charismatic teacher.

Live Oaks Intertwined, 1998

Limited edition black and white landscape photogravure prints.

English Gardens, 1996

A limited edition artist's book of original giclee prints of English gardens, photographed in 1993. See images...

Flowers 1982-3, 1991

A limited edition portfolio of photogravures hand-colored, with an introduction by art historian Wanda Corn.

"Margaretta's photogravures are on the cusp of a cultural wave. Their beauty mends our spirits and gives us hope for our universe."

Dance For Life: Isadora Duncan and Her California Dance Legacy, 1985

A limited edition photogravure portfolio of the unique legacy of dancer Isadora Duncan, photographed over twenty years.
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Recollections: Ten Women of Photography, Viking Studio Book 1979

"Though it serves as a catalogue of a show currently touring the country, this is a real book."—Hilton Kramer, The New York Times Book Review 11/25/79

"A Jewel of a Book"—Mademoiselle magazine 9/79

To A Cabin, co-author, Dorothea Lange Grossman Publishers 1973

An intensely personal record of a setting in which the beauty of the people and the world is seen through the eyes of two immensely gifted women who are able to let the camera show both human joy and earthly dignity.

Gift of Place, 1969

"The book is a magical combination of photography, poetry, of children, people, time and place."—San Francisco Chronicle, 1971

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