America 24/7

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America 24/7
America twenty-four seven.jpg
Flint Hills, Kansas: Three-year-old Bailey Lewis, her mom, dad and two brothers work and live on a 5,000 acre (20 km²) cattle ranch in central Kansas.
AuthorMultiple authors
IllustratorNone; photographic collections
Cover artistPhoto of three-year-old Bailey Lewis; photo taken by Dan White
CountryUnited States
SubjectCulture and life in the United States
PublisherDorling Kindersley
Publication date
Media typeHardback
ISBN1-4053-0012-4 (UK edition)
917.3/0022/2 22
LC ClassE169.Z83 A5 2003

America 24/7 was a photography book published by DK in 2003 about culture and life in the United States. It depicts life of Americans from every U.S. State.


Between May 12–18, 2003, digital photographers were asked to take pictures of cities and towns, friends, neighbors, families and animals.[1] More than 25,000 photographers responded.[1] Photographers ranged from first-time users to international photojournalists and newspaper shooters.[1] Included in these were 36 Pulitzer Prize winners.[1]


The project was created by Rick Smolan and David Elliot Cohen, the team behind the New York Times #1 Bestseller: A Day in the Life of America.


  1. ^ a b c d America 24/7: Inside cover. Self-reference. ISBN 1-4053-0012-4[dead link]

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