Eight years in preparation, American Disguise is an overview on how early 20th century visual imagery was used for promotion and propaganda. American Disguise demonstrates how American media evolved figurative stereotypes and updated visual archetypes for sexism, racism, and nationalism. Useful in media, psychology, and popular culture studies. A treasury of information and images on the era 1910-1960. Beautifully printed in China, 2007. 459 images (322 in color and 137 in black and white) 183 images are pinhole photographs by the author with Polaroid 809.