Paperback. Featuring portfolios of photography by Steffens Lienwohl and Rodney Galarneau / comment by Robert Bly / Poems by Dennis Schmitz, William Hunt, Saint Giraud, James Wright, Gene Frumkin, David Cohen, Paul Carroll and more. Black, white, and red paper wrappers with white title to spine and front cover. Creasing to wrappers and heavy rubbing. Minor soiling/ dampstain to interior of front wrapper, else clean interior. Includes tipped-in fold out poem to rear endpaper. 112 pages. PER/091620. Very Good.
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1939. Hardcover. Black oblong leatherette covers titled "photographs" in gilt and stab bound with black string. Includes black and white photographs from a vacation in 1939 of natural bridges, Smoky Mountain views from TN, pelicans and alligators in St. Petersburg, FL, aquatic gardens (Rainbow Springs, FL) pictures taken through the bottom of a glass bottom boat, Tarpon Spring, FL, the campus of the University of Tampa, St. Augustine, FL, Dayton Beach, and "Cotton Pickers". The next images are dated 1946, then back to 1941 - Niagra Falls and Eaglesmere, PA. Several pages of family photos are included included a few dated 1948 and captioned "the last time Aunt Carrie visited us." The next few pages dated September 1948 showcase Sherwood or "Sherry" - a little white and grey tuxedo kitten. Family photos from Ocean City, MD dated August 1957 follow. Then a few pages showing the growth of "Betty Ann Rice" from 1940 - 1949. Then more vacation pictures - Chateau Frontenac dated 1939, Ausable Chasm, NY, Quebec and views of the St. Lawrence River, then yellowed images of Yellowstone National Park dated 1953, followed by some stunning images of the Badlands. Next is Mark Twain's home in Hannibal, MO - then the Grand Teton Mountains followed by Lincoln's home in Springfield, IL, Salt Lake City and Utah's Copper Mine. Then more family dated 1953 "Mom's 72nd birthday." The rest of the album is blank. Includes over 150 photographs with a few photographic postcards mounted as well. All destinations are captioned with some additional notes for a few. A fun collection of vacation memories from the 1940s including lots of nice nature / landscape shots. PHOTO/040820. Very Good.
Munich: Prestel, (1998). Hardcover. 4to. White paper covered boards with red title to spine. Light rubbing to edges of boards. Interior is clean and bright and filled with beautiful black and white photographic illustrations. White illustrated dust jacket with black and red title to front and spine panels. Minor rubbing and soiling to dust jacket. 103 pages. PHOTO/020818. Near Fine / Very Good.
Washington DC: Blue House Press, 1989. Softcover. Number 34 of 500 copies. Signed and numbered by the book artist. Nancy Garruba is a writer, photographer, and graphic designer. Her artists' books have been collected by many museums and libraries. This scarce work is a meditation on birth and death after the loss of a baby. The contemplative text is accompanied by monochromatic photographs of sky, clouds, water, along with that of a woman giving birth and a solitary unmoving figure. The book can be opened as a codex or fanned out in carousel fashion to see all of the pages at once. Transparent covers reveal the photographic paper boards with title. In near fine condition with slightest wear to corners of covers. 7.5 x 7.5 inches. Unpaginated. PI/050218. Near Fine.
Verlag Karl Robert Langewiesche, n.d., circa 19. Paperback. Very good in brown paper wrappers with black title to spine and white title to front cover. Illustrated with 48 black and white photographic pictures. Mit 48 Bilder. Foxing to interior. Minor wear to edges of wrappers. 48 pages. German. GER21142. Very Good.
Baltimore: 1904. Paperback. Disbound. Includes a one page essay, 12 full page photographic illustrations, and a map of Baltimore showing the effected areas. Original front grey paper wrapper is present but detached with light grey title to cover and chipping to edges. Rear wrapper is no longer present. Creasing, chipping, foxing, and/or smudge marks to many pages. Unpaginated. [14 pages.] BALT/010716. Good.
Baltimore: 1904. Paperback. Includes a one page essay, 12 full page photographic illustrations, and a map of Baltimore showing the effected areas. Side-stapled in grey paper wrappers with light grey title to front cover. Creasing, light chipping, and light soiling to wrappers. Creasing, chipping, foxing, soiling, closed tears, and/or smudge marks to many pages. The last page depicting a map of Baltimore has been torn and half of the map is no longer present; however, a print of the complete original page has been laid in. Unpaginated. [14 pages.] BALT/010716. Good.
The Christian Science Publishing Society, (1983). Hardcover. Published on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the Christian Science Monitor. Fine in near fine grey and white illustrated dust jacket with black title to front panel and white title to grey spine panel. Minor toning to front panel. Filled with beautiful photographic illustrations throughout. Unpaginated, around 154 pages. Photography. PHOTO/100110. Fine in Near Fine DJ.
New York: Harry N. Abrams. Hardcover. Folio. Light blue cloth covered boards with gilt tilte to spine. Pristine interior with illustrations on every page. White illustrated dust jacket with black and red title to front and spine panels. 240 pages. This is a large book and may require extra shipping charges. Photography. PHO1/4092. Near Fine in Near Fine Dust Jacket.
New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1967. Hardcover. A photographic autobiography of Duncan from his youth through his many world travels. Along with the photos are excerpts from his letters and journal that recount his experiences. Bound in red cloth with gilt title and author to spine. No dust jacket. In very good condition. 480 pages. PHOTO/042710. Near Fine.
Bryn Mawr: Kurios Press, 1974. Hardcover. "Here is a book that is destined to lead millions to feeling the joyful omnipresene of the Lord in their own lives" (jacket). First printing, Number 5 of 100 copies. Signed and inscribed by the author with love and best wishes. This book was conceived of in the author's hospital room after suffering and recovering from back surgery. Yellow cloth boards with blue title to spine and front cover. A few spots of foxing to covers. In yellow illustrated dust jacket with blue title to spine and front cover. Light foxing to jacket and endpapers, else clean and bright. Includes many photographic images, mostly in black and white with a few in full color. Text is Bible verses and religous inspired poetry and thoughts. In yellow paper covered slipcase with minor soiling to top panel and inner edges. REL/030719. Very Good.
New York: Crown Publishers, Inc., 1980. Hardcover. Near fine in a near fine dustjacket. Boards slightly darkened along edges; dustjacket has 2 small closed tears to front panel and minor chipping to spine ends. Dustjacket and flaps are in German; the text is in English. Photography. PHO1/2081. Near Fine in Near Fine Dust Jacket.
New York: Bonanza Books, 1962. Hardcover. 4to. Black cloth backed red paper covered boards with silver title to spine. Minor wear to edges and corners of boards. Interior is very clean with bright text and many photograhic reproductions. Tight binding. Red dj with photographic illustrations to both panels. White title to spine and front panle. Minor wear to edges. The plastic finish of the dj has warped, forming a rippled patten on the front panel. Index, 258 pp. PHOTO/011405. Near Fine in Very Good Minus dj.
London: Thames and Hudson, (1987). Hardcover. VOL. II ONLY. 4to. Black clother covered boards with silver title to spine. Interior is Clean and bright and filled with 266 illustrations, 16 in color and 160 in duotone. White illustrated dust jacket with black and brown title to front panel and to spine. Wear to jacket edges including one small closed tear which had been repaired with tape though tape riped as well. Remnants of sticker to inside flap. 285 pages. Photography. PHOTO/030409. Near Fine in Very Good + DJ.
Studio City, CA: State of Man, 1995. Hardcover. Filled with artistic but erotic black and white nude male photography. "The men within these pages are not professionals. They are real men of incredible beauty, from the artist's hometown of Minneapolis" (jacket). Fine in blue cloth boards with gilt title to spine and front board. Black and white illustrated jacket with gilt title to spine and front panels. Minor rubbing to jacket and minor wear to edges including a few short closed tears. Old price sticker to rear panel of jacket. Clean and bright interior and binding. Unpaginated. Size: Quarto. PHOTO/070919. Fine / Very Good.
Montreal: Centre Canadien d'Architecture/Canadian Centre for Architecture, (1993). Paperback. Obvlong 4to. Off-white paper wrappers with maroon title to front and spine panels. Photographic illustrations to wraps. Minor rubbing to front and rear wrap as a result of a price stickers that were once there. Minor edgewear to exterior. Interior is clean and bright with wonderful photographic illustrations throughout including fold out series to rear. 135 pages. PHOTO/091212. Very Good.
Berkeley: University of California Press, (1978). Hardcover. 4to. Grey cloth boards with black title to spine. Clean, tight interior filled with illustrations. Pink dust jacket with black title to spine. Spine of jacket has faded to white. Minor wear to edges of jacket including a small closed tear to the rear panel. 364 pages. PHOTO/062006. Fine in Very Good dj.
Baltimore: Gomez Gallery, (1998). Paperback. SIGNED. Black paper wrappers. Photographer's inscription to title page. Interior is clean and bright with lovely black and white photographic illustrations throughout. Black and silver illustrated dust jacket with white title to front panel. A few small black spots on the front interior flap of the dust jacket with the pen from the inscription left a mark. 23 pages. PHOTO/082411. Fine wraps in near fine dust jacket.
Tokyo: Gallery Min, 1987. Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. 4to. This catalogue accompanies a 15 year survey of this photographers work. Exhibited in the Gallery Min, Tokyo, Japan & the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York. Ketchum (1947 - ) is a pioneering conservation photographer who has won numerous awards and is best known for his images of the Alaskan wilderness. Black paper wrappers with color photographic illustration to front panel. Minor scuffing to panels and minor edgewear. Pristine interior filled with beautiful landscape photography. Tight binding. In English and Japanese. Unpaginated. PHOTO/061104. Very Good.