From 1993 to 2005 writer and photographer Adolf Hungrywolf spent 18 months in Cuba documenting that island nation’s “transportation time warp.” He recorded hundreds of  narrow- and standard-gauge locomotives ­– most of them American-built – and dozens of American autos from the 1950s, 40s, 30s, and even the 20s.

   This 320-page, all-color book brings Cuba’s railroads, old cars, and people to life. With over 1,000 images – including historic photos ­– lengthy journal entries, and comprehensive captions, the author paints a complex and interesting picture.


Vintage Cubano and DVD’s are available!

Order here!


Excerpts from Newspaper write-ups of “The Blackfoot Papers”:

From the “Great Falls Tribune” of May 21, 2007:

Blackfoot Paper preserve past
Four-part set was 40 years in the making
By Eric Newhouse
Tribune Projects Editor

“What started out as a simple little book 40 years ago has grown into a four-volume monstrosity,” chuckles the author, Adolf Hungry-Wolf.
The Blackfoot Papers weighs 15 pounds and tells the story of the Blackfoot Confederacy in 1,500 glossy pages, including nearly 3,000 paintings and illustrations.