Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, New York Graphic Society, (1979). 2nd Printing. Paperback. 2ND PRINTING. White illustrated paper wrappers with blue, pink and black title to front wrapper and blue and black title to spine. Foxing to exterior. Light foxing to half title page and title page. Slight musty smell to interior. Else is clean and bright with beautiful full color photographic illustrations on every page. Unpaginated. Photography. PHOTO/112817. Very Good.
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New York: Praeger Publishers, 1975. Hardcover. 8vo. In blue cloth boards with gilt title stamp to spine. In price-clipped blue DJ's with orange title print. Minor wear to DJ's more visible on the spine of vol 1, little loss to head of spine panel. Small ownership stamp to FFEP's. Interiors otherwise clean and bright. Index. 992pp. WWII/092106. Very Good in Very Good dj.
San Fransisco: Camera Craft Publishing Company, 1938, 1938. Second Edition, Fifth Printing. Hardcover. Very good in a good dust jacket. Jacket is chipped in numerous places along edges, but is not worn. Instructions on how to manipulate film in order to achieve heightened effects. Photography. PHOT/8202. Very Good.
New York: Basic Books, 2018. Hardcover. "Using previously unpublished veteran interviews, historian George Morton-Jack retraces the Indian soldiers' footsteps across the continents, vividly recounting their dangerous missions as secret agents, their eye-opening discoveries of foreign cultures, and the mixed reactions they received from their allies and enemies alike ... all as racial inferiors and a threat to white supremacy" (jacket). Blue paper covered boards with gilt title to spine. Minor bumping to corners, else fine. In illustrated jacket with gold spine panel titled in white. Publicity slip laid in. 582 pages. WWI/032019. Very Good / Very Good.
New York: Basic Books, 2018. Hardcover. "Using previously unpublished veteran interviews, historian George Morton-Jack retraces the Indian soldiers' footsteps across the continents, vividly recounting their dangerous missions as secret agents, their eye-opening discoveries of foreign cultures, and the mixed reactions they received from their allies and enemies alike ... all as racial inferiors and a threat to white supremacy" (jacket). Blue paper covered boards with gilt title to spine. In illustrated jacket with gold spine panel titled in white. 582 pages. WWI/050919. Fine / Fine.
New Haven: Yale University Press, 2017. Hardcover. From the jacket: Moseley's broad and intimate history draws on newly unearthed material to offer a comprehensive accout both of the war and the abundance of individual stories and overlooked experiences...which capture the drama as it was lived by reporters on the front lines of history. Bound in brown cloth and in pictorial dust jacket with red and white title and author to spine and front cover. In fine condition save for tiny chip in word "reporting" on front cover. Includes photographs. 421 pages. Fine.
New York: Atheneum, 1968. Hardcover. First Edition. Inscribed by authors, "For Barry Zorthian: with best wishes Carl and Shelley Mydans May 1968." Carl and Shelley Mydans were a married photo-reporter team during WWII and after. The book is about 25 of the more than 50 warlike conflicts that took place after 1945 around the world. It includes 114 pages of photographs. The book is inscribed to Barry Zorthian, who was the U.S. government spokesman during the Vietnam War in the 1960s. Bound in black cloth with red cloth spine with title and authors in gilt to spine, very light fading to top edge. In black and red dust jacket with light chipping along edges. Very good plus. 478 pages. MIL/011013. Very Good +.
New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art/ The Viking Press, 1978. Hardcover. Thick 4to. Brown cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Bumped corners. Crease to spine book cloth; binding is unaffected by this and remains very tight. Pristine interior with bright text filled with B&W photographic reproductions. Includes errata slip to rear. Maroon illustrated dj with white title to spine and front panels. Minor wear to edges and corners of jackets. Index, 529 pp. A nice copy. PHOTO/011405. Very Good in Very Good Plus dj.
New York: Warner Books, (1994). Hardcover. Dramatic and painful b&w photographs of the chaos of modern Sarajevo and the genocide that occurred. Includes essays by Christine Amnapour, Christopher Hitchens, Robin Knight among many others. In near fine condition in price-clipped dust jacket with photos on front and rear. Bound in black cloth. Stamp on ffe "Waldenbooks sample copy not eligible for return." 124 pages. PHOTO/042710. Very Good + in Very Good + DJ.
New York: Aperture, Inc., 1975. Hardcover. P.H. Emerson was one of the first to express photography's unique powers as an independent and potentially great art form. Ms. Newhall has written a classic of photographic literature in this monograph on Emerson. In very good plus condition with brown pictorial dust jacket. Bound in green cloth. 266 pages. PHOTO/042710. Near Fine in Near Fine Dust Jacket.