Babbette Hines (Princeton Architectural Press, 2002)

Babette Hines' Photobooth is perhaps the best known book about photobooths, and helped spark a resurgent interest in photobooths (as well as the creation of itself). In conjunction with the book, an exhibition of more than 700 of Hines' collected photobooth photos was mounted at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Massachusetts. A black and white photobooth was available for use by museum-goers who could take their strips home or leave them as part of the exhibition.

In addition to the exhibition, Hines' book also spawned a book of postcards so fans of vintage photobooth photos can send some of the more iconic and interesting portraits to friends around the world.

Contributed by Tim

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