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Millerton, N. Y.: Aperture, Inc. 1977. 8pp. Illus. Hard cover. A fine copy. Includes Julia Scully's MIKE DISFARMER, HERBERT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS; Max Kozloff's JOEL MEYEROWITZ; Andre and Marie-Therese Jammes' EGYPT IN FLAUBERT'S TIME; Catherine Duncan's PAUL STRAND, THE GARDEN: VINES AND LEAVES. TS027.
London: Lincolns - Prager Publishers Ltd. (1950). 255 pp. Introduction by L.C. Van Geyzel. Technical note by Bernard G. Thornley. Hardcover w/ dust jacket. Dust jacket worn at edges, points, and seams with large chips to the top inch of the spine. There is also a large reddish stain to the rear panel. Spine quite soiled. Personal library stamp on the title page, and a large inscription on the first fly leaf. Edge points worn to boards. There is some staining to the verso of the last five illustrations (not affecting the actual plates -- just on the rear). Some scattered foxing throughout, not affecting the plates.
Scenectady, NY:General Electric Company. 1942. 97pp. Illus. Spiral binding. Light wear at edges, otherwise a very good copy. GE manufactured the G-E exposure meter. On the title page GE informs its clients that meters would no longer be available for civilian use until after the War.
pp. Soft cover. Illustrated. Besides being a convert to photography at the end of the 19th. century Griffith was an employee of the Dinorwic Slate Quarries and recorded much of his surroundings. Other photographs touch on special events in Caernarfonshire, and of his family and friends.
NY:Dover Publications. (1976). 153pp. Illus. Soft cover. A very good, tight, clean copy. TS003.
Rochester, NY:Eastman Kodak Company. 1938. 36pp. Illustrated catalogue. Self-wrappers. In very good, clean condition
Boston:American Photographic Publishing Company. (1917). 5th edition, rewritten and enlarged. 62pp. + (8)pp. adverisements. Wrps. A near fine copy with some very light soiling to covers.
Preace de Marcel Aubert. Pais: Librairi Artheme Fayard. (1946). Not paged. Wrps. Internally very satisfactory. Cover shows medium wear.
With an introduction by Beaumont Newhall. New York:Morgan & Morgan. (1970). 139pp. Reprint of 1849 edition in exact facsimile, including binding. Binding shows some light wear to the edges and spine but otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy.
Boston:MFA Publications. (2005). Stated 1st printing. 176pp. Softcover. Front cover's lower outside edge is creased and turned otherwise in very good condition. Internally, light soiling and age toning to outside edge of 1st free end-page, otherwise a very good, clean copy. Published in conjunction with an exhibition in 2005 at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Los Angeles:J. Paul Getty Museum. (2005). xiv+226pp. Illustrated. Hardcover with dust jacket. Both book and dust jacket in very good, clean condition. *"Antiquity and Photography explores the relationship between the new medium of photography and the emerging science of archaeology. The book is handsomely illustrated with panoramic images created by some of the first photographers to travel to ancient sites around the Mediterranean."...dj.
(Reading, UK):Garnet Publishing Limited. (1993). 159pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Both book and dust jacket in very good, clean condition.
(Zurich):Edition Patrick Frey. (2013). 306pp+(10)pp. Softcover with dust jacket. A very good, clean copy inside and out, with a slightly edgeworn dust jacket.
New York:Essential Books. (1945). 1st edition. 246pp. Illustrated with many photographs. Hardcover. Beige boards slightly soiled and shelfworn with a name printed in ink on the front board. Edge points gently bumped and spine ends worn. Internally, end-papers are decorated with photographs of the photographer getting his boots on and working out of his trunk (which doubled as his dark room/office). The dedication page has a tear at the bottom where it was roughly seperated from the copyright page and the last page has some inked writing on it. The paper throughout is slightly age toned. The binding is tight but the front hinge has started. *Arthur Fellig was a noted street/crime scene photographer, nicknamed Weegee, "a phonetic spelling of ouija, because of his frequent, seemingly prescient arrivals at scenes only minutes after crimes, fires or other emergencies were reported to authorities" (Wikipedia)
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