Photographer Thomas Harding, armed only with his pinhole camera and a keen eye for the unusual, traveled thousands of miles of backroads and lanes to record the remnants of a vanishing genre of folk architecture―the outhouse. Harding boldly stepped where others might fear to tread. He followed the elusive drain from the Bible (Deuteronomy 23:12-13), to the Romans (indoor facilities over streams of water), to the lowly rural American outhouse. The intrepid Harding traced a little-known pipe-dream

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  • Thomas Harding