24d. Bailey, Henry Turner. Photography and Fine Art. Worcester, MA: Davis Press, 1918. [Revision of a series of articles that first appeared in School Arts Magazine, edited by Henry Turner Bailey. Bailey was one of the most prominent design educators of his generation, Dean of the Cleveland School of Art, and a popular lecturer at Chatauqua. This book discusses aspects of composition, including subject selection, rhythm, and balance. It is illustrated with drawings, paintings and photographs by the author and leading Pictorialist photographers, including Gertrude Kasebier, Clarence White, Jessie Tarbox Beals, Carl Semon, Rudolph Eickemeyer, and Herbert G. French.] Cloth, vg, 124 pages, minor wear on extremities, a few spots on end papers, binding tight, scarce. $200.
24d.1. Baird, David M. Nature's Heritage: Canada's National Parks. Prentice-Hall of Canada, 1967. [Mountains, glaciers, waterfalls, lakes, etc., with text and photographs by the author.] Hardcover, ex-library, large-format, bound in blue library cloth, very good with wear spot near top of spine. $5.
24d.1a. Ballen, Roger. Boyhood. Chesea House, 1979. 1st ed. Hardcover with protected dust jacket. Ex-library, fine except half of rear flyleaf excised. Label with number on other half, otherwise no library markings. Dust jacket has tear along spine repaired with clear tape. New dust jacket protector. No spine label on dust jacket. Despite condition issues noted, still an attractive copy. $120.
24d.1b. Ballen, Roger. Lines, Marks, and Drawings Through the Lens of Roger Ballen. Smithsonian/Prestel, 2013. [From the essay by Robert JC Young: "Here, where humans seem caged or enclosed while animals urn free, human and animal live in a different relation to each other." Issued in conjunction with an exhibition at the National Museum of African Art.] Hardcover, black cloth with dust jacket, new in original shrinkwrap. $40.
24d.2. Banish, Roslyn. City Families: Chicago and London. Pantheon, 1976. 1st ed. [Portraits of families, with interviews of subjects and comments by them on the photographs. Banish got her master's degree at the Institute of Design under Aaron Siskind and also studied with Arthur Siegel. In 1973, while teaching photography at Harrow College in England, she got a grant to photograph families in London from the Arts Council of Great Britain.] Ex-library, mylar covered dust jacket taped to book, spine label, rear flyleaf removed, nice portrait of Banish by Joel Snyder on rear flap of dust jacket. $15.
24e. Barrett, Terry. Criticizing Photographs: An Introduction to Understanding Images. Mayfield Publishing, 1990. [Includes photos by Cindy Sherman, Robert Mapplethorpe, Jan Groover, Harry Callahan, Bill Owens, Mary Ellen Mark, Jerry Uelsmann, Irving Penn, Cartier-Bresson, Les Krims, Robert Doisneau, Barbara Kruger, Duane Michals, Harold Edgerton, et al.] 3rd printing, wraps, fine except previous owner's name on title page. $35.
24f. Batchen, Geoffrey. Each Wild Idea. Writing, Photography, History. MIT, 2001. ASIN 0262024861. Hardcover in black cloth with protected dust jacket. As new, fine with fine dust jacket. Writings on vernacular photography, Alfred Stieglitz, Max Dupain, Ansel Adams, photography in Australia, and other topics. Issued at $60. $20.
25. Bayer, Herbert. Christies photo auction catalog, 10/4/1999, Twenty Years: Celebrating Galerie Zur Stockeregg, Zurich. Beautifully reproduced collection of 56 outstanding images, most reproduced one to a page, with special portfolio on Herbert Bayer, with images from his retrospective exhibit. Also Bourke-White, Brassai, Andre Kertesz, Tina Modotti, Edward Weston, Paul Outerbridge, Man Ray, Paul Strand, Albert Renger-Patzsch, Frantisek Drtikol, Pierre Debruil, Alfred Stieglitz, Heinrich Kuhn, Johann Hagemeyer, Berenice Abbott, Alma Lavenson, and others. Price estimates up to $300,000 per photo. Fine condition. $15.
25a. Bayer, Herbert. Herbert Bayer: Photographic Works. Introduction by Leland Rice. Essay by Beaumont Newhall. ARCO Center for Visual Art, 1977. 92 pages. with 74 full page illustrations. 2,500 copies printed. Stiff illustrated wraps, not issued in hard cover. VG+ with a few light crimps and small indentations on cover, else fine. $30.
26. Beaton. Dunaway, David King. Aldous Huxley Recollected: An Oral History. [Dust jacket cover portrait of Huxley by Cecil Beaton.] Carroll & Graf, 1995. Fine w. vg+ dj. Issued at $21. $10.
27. Beaton, et al. Ford, Colin, ed., Cecil Beaton, Helmut Gernsheim, et al. Happy and Glorious: Six Reigns of Royal Photography. Macmillan, 1977. [Inc. self-portrait of photographer George Washington Wilson.] 1st U.S. ed., fine w. dj that has small wrinkle at top of spine. $25.
27a. Beaton, Cecil. Cecil Beaton, Japanese. John Day, 1959. 1st U.S. ed. Ex-library, bound in red/orange library cloth with white imprint on spine, inc. call number 770 Bea. Rear flyleaf trimmed where card pocket removed. Blindstamp on title page. Very little wear, nice copy, especially for another library. $40.
27a.1. Beaton, Cecil. Cecil Beaton: Portraits & Profiles. Edited by Hugo Vickers. Frances Lincoln, 2014. Issued at $45. New in shrinkwrap. $30.
27b. Bellocq, Ernest. Storyville, New Orleans: Being an Authentic, Illustrated Account of the Notorious Red-Light District by Al Rose. University of Alabama Press, 1974. Includes 14 photographs of prostitutes and interiors by Bellocq, most of which not found in the Museum of Modern Art monograph on this photographer, providing a more rounded view of this enigmatic artist. “Being an Authentic, Illustrated Account of the Notorious Red Light District.” Featuring nude photographs of New Orleans hookers by Ernest Bellocq that are not reproduced in the monograph on Bellocq by Lee Friedlander published by the Museum of Modern Art in1970, as well as many other illustrations from Rose’s incredible collection. This copy is the scarce 1st edition in hardcover with protected dust jacket, ex-library with discard stamps. A notch has been cut out of the spine of the dust jacket where the library label formerly was located and replaced with Japanese paper that matches the color of the dust jacket. An attractive copy of a book that sells for around $100 in fine/fine. Not to be confused with cheap reprints. $15.
28. Bente, Herman. Dansk Billeder. Copenhagen: M.P. Madsens Boghandel, 1918. (Danish pictorialist photographers.) Vg, no dj., SOLD
28.2. Two issues of B&W, Black & White Magazine for Collectors of Fine Photography. Issue 31, June 2004, with features on Mariana Yampolsky, Tove Kurtzweil, Barbara Gluck, Karl Bissinger, Richard Buswell, Gary Bortoloni, Damion Berger, Ron Van Dongen. Issue 35 February 2005 with features on Art Shay, Michal Chelbin, Kent Bowser, Harvey Stein (cover), Brenda Corbin, Craig McMaster, Diane Bruno, Mark Howell, Leslie Rosenthal. Both issues also include excellent photographs by many other photographers in promotions by dealers and photographers including Jock Sturges, Marion Post Wolcott, Tseng Kwong Chi, Nicholas A Price, Edward Weston, Walker Evans, Nathan Lyons, Robert Mapplethorpe, Andre Kertesz, and many others. Both issues in very good to excellent condition with a small light area on the cover of Issue 35 above the word Portraits where a piece of tape may have been removed. $10.
28a. Black Photographers. Willis, Deborah. Reflections in Black: A History of Black Photographers, 1840 to the Present. Catalog for exhibition of 300 photographs at the Smithsonian Institution, 2000. Wraps, 36pp., 29 illustrations, introductory essay by Willis, useful list of numerous photographers represented, and extensive bibliography. As new with slight indentation lower front bottom edge. $45.
28b. Black Photographers Annual 1973. With a foreword by Toni Morrison and an introduction by Clayton Riley. Joe Crawford, editor. Published by Black Photographers Annual, Inc. and distributed by Light Impressions. [1st in a series. Photographers include Anthony Barboza, Adger Cowans, Roy DeCarava, Louis Draper, Albert Fennar, Ray Francis, Herbert Randall, Moneta Sleet, Jr., Beuford Smith, Ming Smith, Frank Stewart, James Van DerZee, Shawn Walker, and others, including most members of the Kamoinge Workshop.) Stiff illustrated wraps, ex-library, clear tape over spine label, half of rear cover present (other half removed because of card pocket), otherwise very good, $15.
28b. Black Photographers Annual 1973. With a foreword by Toni Morrison and an introduction by Clayton Riley. Joe Crawford, editor. Published by Black Photographers Annual, Inc. and distributed by Light Impressions. [1st in a series. Photographers include Anthony Barboza, Adger Cowans, Roy DeCarava, Louis Draper, Albert Fennar, Ray Francis, Herbert Randall, Moneta Sleet, Jr., Beuford Smith, Ming Smith, Frank Stewart, James Van DerZee, Shawn Walker, and others, including most members of the Kamoinge Workshop.) Stiff illustrated wraps. Very good with custom made polyester cover. 4x6 color photo of Hugh Bell, one of the photographers included, laid in. $75.
28c. Blacklock, Les. The High West by Les Blacklock and Andy Russell. Viking Studio Book, 1974, 1st edition (no later printings indicated -- this book was reprinted a number of times). Hardcover in green cloth with vg+ dust jacket that has a new protector. Book is fine except one text page has a corner crease. Fine color nature photographs of mountain scenery, flowers, and wildlife by Blacklock, the father of photographer Craig Blacklock. Craig has an interesting bio of his late father Les on his website, which is highly recommended. The Blacklock family and photographic work are reminiscent of that of Edward Weston and his son Brett. Both Les and Edward got Parkinson’s and photographers in both families (Edward and Craig) are known for stunning black-and-white nudes in the landscape. $10.
28d. Block, Gay. Rescuers: Portraits of Moral Courage in the Holocaust by Gay Block and Cynthia Ozick. Holmes & Meier, 1992. 1st ed., stiff illustrated wraps, fine. Remarkable stories of Gentiles who saved Jews in the Holocaust, photographed by Block and interviewed by Ozick who also provides interpretive essays. The photographer and author traveled widely to find these heroic individuals, in Netherlands, Belgium, France, Germany, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Soviet Union, Ukraine. All of them have been awarded the Yad Vashem medal. An important book. “‘Rescuers’ is both a record of good deeds performed under the most trying circumstances imaginable and a guide and inspiration for generations to come.” (Mordecai Paldiel). 255 pages. $20.
28e. Bloom, John. Photography at Bay: Interviews, Essays, and Reviews. University of New Mexico Press, 1993. 1st edition in wraps. [Naomi Rosenblum; Weston Naef; Van Deren Coke; Aaron Siskind; Villem Kriz; Joel-Peter Witkin; Lee Friedlander; Sandra Phillips; Sebastiao Salgado; Eli Reed; Richard Gordon; Catherine Wagner; Augustin Victor Casasola; Henry Holmes Smith; Meridel Rubenstein; Minor White; Helen Levitt; Anne Noggle; Diana C. du Pont; Lorie Novak; Pierre Moliniere; Florence Henri; Thomas F. Barrow; Mark Alice Durant; Betty Hahn; Robert Fichter; Sharon Boysel]. Issued at $24.95. As new, in original shrinkwrap. $15.
Blues. See Norberg, Mark and Saretzky, Gary.
29a. Boltin, Lee. Closed on Account of Death. Not Sam! And More than a Hundred Other Signs. Macmillan, 1977. First edition, wraps. Ex-library copy, good reading copy with loose pages. Unusual and humorous signs, sure to bring a smile. $5.
29b. Borowiec, Andrew. Industrial Perspective: Photographs of the Gulf Coast. Center for American Places, 2005. "Andrew Borowiec's instinctive, panoramic photographs of the Gulf Coast reveal the natural beauty of the flat, sun-baked terrain and the altering impact of industry, with its complex and sculptural factories. Through his persistence, Borowiec provides a privileged close-up viewpoint for his luminous vistas of natural and constructed landscapes." - Tom Hinson, curator of contemporary art and photography, Cleveland Museum of Art" 1st ed., 1st printing. Cloth with dust jacket. Mint in shrinkwrap. $50.
29c. Boston. "The Emergence of Commercial Photography in Boston, 1840-1841"by Ron Polito in The Journal (Photographic Historical Society of New England), Number 164, Spring 2005. [Very well researched and documented lengthy article comprising half the magazine. Other shorter articles on "The Kodak Brownie Star Cameras" by Eaton S. Lothrop Jr. and "Focus on Cliff Scofield, Mr. Graflex" by Ruth Thomasian. Like new. $6.
30. Boubat. George, Bernard. Edouard Boubat. Macmillan, 1973. [Men and Movements series.] Fine w. fine dj, 1st ed., $40.
30a. Bourke-White, Margaret. North of the Danube by Erskine Caldwell and Margaret Bourke-White. Viking, 1939. 1st edition, stated published March 1939 on back of title page, includes printing error (corrected in next printing) on bottom of page 75, where one line repeats and should read, "We walked away, not knowning what to say. The sun was warm in the." Bourke-White and Caldwell's second collaboration after You Have Seen Their Faces, this illustrated volume is about Czechoslovakia (Bohemia, Moravia, Slovakia, and Carpatho-Ukraine). This copy is ex-library with various rubber stamps, card pocket remnant, call number on spine, beige cloth is darkened, text pages have foxing spots, numerous illustration pages on glossy stock mostly not affected by foxing and then primarily in borders.With a new 4-mil polyester protector. $75.
30b. Bourke-White, Margaret. Margaret Bourke-White: the Cleveland Years 1927-1930. The New Gallery of the Contemporarly Art, Cleveland, Ohio. Introduction by Theodore M. Brown. May 8 to June 5, 1976. Exhibition catalog, staple-bound stiff illustrated wraps, 53 photos. Near fine copy with a small scuff on back cover, which is blank. $125.
31a. Bourke-White, Margaret. Machines and Men in Russia, by Louis Fischer. NY: Harrison Smith, 1932. 1st ed. [With seven photos by Margaret Bourke-White, only one of which was in her book, Eyes on Russia. One of the first publications of Bourke-White's photographs of the Soviet Union, by the author of the classic, The Soviets in World Affairs, this book provides a first hand view of Russian life during the Five Year Plan.] Quarto, cloth, spine faded, front hinge loose, ex-WAC HQ library, no spine markings, WAC rubber stamps on some pages, generally good. $30.
32. Bourke-White, Margaret. "Margaret Bourke-White: Eyes on Russia," by Gary D. Saretzky in The Photo Review, 22:3&4 (Summer & Fall 1999), signed by author. Thirteen page illustrated article about MBW's first book and the impact of her work in the Soviet Union on her subsequent career. Issue also includes an article by A.D. Coleman on photographic criticism, photo competition winners, articles on Abelardo Morell and Andrea Baldeck, other book reviews, and more. $10
32a. Bourke-White, Margaret. Newsprint. A Book of Pictures Illustrating the Operations in the Manufacture of Paper on Which to Print the World's News. Montreal: International Paper Sales Co., 1939. Pictorial cloth. Small folio. Custom made polyester jacket. Photos in luscious gravure principally by Bourke-White (not individually identified). Near very good with a little wear to extremities and light foxing on front endpapers and first few pages. A scarce and virtually unknown Bourke-White title which sold for $300 at Swann auction 2045, May 26, 2005, at the top of the $200-300 estimate. $100.
32.a.1. Bourke-White, Margaret. John LaFarge, S.J. A Report on the American Jesuits. Photographs by Margaret Bourke-White. NY: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, 1956. 1st printing. Hardcover without dust jacket. Numeours photographs by Bourke-White, for whom this was her last book project other than her autobiography. Inscription on flyleaf with remembrance of Father LaFarge, small previous owner stamp inside cover. Slight corner bumps, otherwise fine. $12.50.
32.a.2. Bourke-White, Margaret and Erskine Caldwell. Say, Is This the U.S.A. Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1941. 1st ed., illustrated boards, no dust jacket, in very good condition with moderate wear at spine tips and corners and some thin rubbing marks on covers, with attractive bookplate of artist John Bailey Cleaveland (1908-2008) on front flyleaf, in new protective polyester cover. SOLD
32.a.3. Another copy, ex-library, rebound in green cloth in excellent condition. [The third collaboration between Bourke-White and her husband Erskine Caldwell, this volume presents a mostly positive view of the United States on the eve of World War II.] $20.
32b. Bourke-White, Margaret. Shooting the Russian War. Simon and Schuster, 1942. [Includes the famous chapter, "I Photograph Stalin."] 1st ed. vg, minor wear to extremeties, no dj, front flyleaf expertly replaced., a very nice copy, hard to find in the first edition. $25.
32c. Bourke-White, Margaret. Bourke-White by Vicki Goldberg. United Technologies, 1988. Issued without dust jacket, black cloth with sepia toned photo of Bourke-White on cover. 120 pages, excellent quality reproductions. Near fine with a few small rubbing marks on cover. $75.
32e. Bourke-White, Margaret. Margaret Bourke-White In Print: An Exhibition. January 24-May 31, 2006. Gary D. Saretzky, Curator. Special Collections and University Archives, Rutgers University. 55 page catalog describing 149 items (A-J, 1-139). Wraps with cover photo. $10. [Signed on request.]
32f. Boyer, Paul. One Hundred Over 100: Moments with One Hundred North American Centenarians by Jim Heynen. Photographs by Paul Boyer. Western Producer Prairie Books, 1990. 1st edition, published in Canada, simultaneously published in the U.S. Photography monograph about centenarians, each more than 100 years old, photographed in black-and-white with an accompanying biography with quotations from the subjects. One can learn much from these wise folks, all born in the 1880s, about what they have learned about life and how to maintain good health. Of interest to specialists in aging, health food advocates, exercise enthusiasts, doctors, anti-aging researchers, psychologists, photographers, and kind folks who respect their elders. $15.
33. Brady, Mathew. Horan, James D. Mathew Brady, Historian with a Camera. Bonanza, 1955. [Reprint] Near mint hardcover with dust jacket. One of the three major books on Brady. Includes Brady's youth and career as Brady of Broadway, one of the premier daguerreotypists in New York; the Civil War years, during which Brady was responsible for most of the photographic documentation that still exists; and the post-war years in which he worked with his nephew, Levin Handy who eventually took over his studio. Numerous text illustrations of photographs and documents plus Picture Album with 453 photographs, followed by detailed appendices of useful information. Includes portraits of many famous people including Andrew Jackson, Stonewall Jackson, John Tyler, John Quicny Adams, James K. Polk, Abraham Lincoln, Robert E. Lee, Dolly Madison, Jenny Lind, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Edwin Forrest, Phineas T. Barnum, Cyrus West Field, Henry Clay, John C. Calhoun, Daniel Webster, William H. Prescott, Cardinal Nicholas Patrick Stephen Wiseman, Prince Joseph Charles Paul Bonaparte, Sam Houston, August Belmont, Thomas Hart Benton, William Cullen Bryant, Brigham Young, Caleb Cushing, Junius Brutus Booth, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Washington Irving, Edgar Allen Poe, Stephen A. Douglas, Phoebe Cary, Franklin Pierce, Nichoals Philip Trist, Rembrandt Peale, Judah P. Benjamin, Sir Francis Napier, John C. Fremont, Horace Greeley, Alexander T. Stewart, Martin Van Buren, Louis Blanc, Adelina Patti, Charlotte Cushman, James Buchanan and his Cabinet, Ole Bull, Prince of Wales, John Bell, J.C. Breckenridge, John Brown (abolitionist), Edwin M. Stanton, Salmon P. Chase, Edmund Ruffin, Henry A. Wise, Cassius M. Clay, Hannibal Hamlin, Francis B. Cutting, Montgomery Blair, Gideon Welles, Kit Carson, Clara Barton, pugilist Joe Coburn, Tom Thumb, Willliam Pitt Fessenden, Jefferson Davis, Stephen Mallory, Alexander H. Stephens, John Slidell, Allan Pinkerton, John Plumbe, Samuel Morse, William C. Bouch, Generals George Pickett, Braxton Bragg, Jubal A. Early, Turner Ashby, Wade Hampton, Simon B. Buckner, G.J. Rains, John H. Winder, William J. Hardee,, James Longstreet, Albert Sidney Johnston, J.E.B. Stuart, George A. Custer,George McClellan, Philip Henry Sheridan, Phil Kearney, Lew Wallace, Judson Kilpatrick, George H. Thomas, James H. Wilson, Winfield Scott Hancock, Emerson Opdyke, Orville E. Babcock, Benjamin F. Butler, John A. Dix, William T. Sherman, Ulysses S. Grant, and other officers of note. Also the Lincoln assassination conspirators John Wilkes Booth, Lewis Payne, George Atzerodt, Edward Spangler, Samuel Arnold, John Surratt, et al. Some of the photographs are by photographers associated with Brady such as Alexander Gardner and Timothy O'Sullivan. Postwar photos include Thomas Edison, Walt Whitman, Mark Twain, Chester A. Arthur, Grover Cleveland, William McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, et al. $35.00
34. Brady, Mathew. On Paper. Vol. 2, No. 3 (Jan-Feb 1998). Inc. Cover picture and illus. article about Brady show at National Portrait Gallery. Issued at $10. Mint. $5.
35. Brassai. Durrell, Lawrence. Brassai. Museum of Modern Art, 1968. Fine with dust jacket. $65.
35.a.1. Brewster, Sir David. Disciples of Light: Photographs in the Brewster Album by Graham Smith. Getty Museum, 1990. The Brewster album contains almost 200 photographs from 1839 to the 1850s, most of them from the 1840s. Brewster was an intimate with William Henry Fox Talbot, the principal inventor of photography on paper, and the album contains an extensive series by Talbot, as well as many by other early practitioners, including Sir Hugh Lyon Playfair, John and Robert Adamson, and Captain Henry Brewster. Also represented are photographers Sir John Herschel, Henry Collen, Michael Pakenham Edgeworth, Nevil Story-Maskelyne, and Frances Montheith. Subjects include portraits, landscapes, architecture, et al. All of the photographs in the album are reproduced in this book in sepia (except for Herschel's cyanotype in blue), along with essays and extensive notes. Issued at $49.95, this copy is as new in shrinkwrap. SOLD
35b. Brigidi, Stephen. Angels of Pompeii. Beautiful color photos of Pompeii, Italy, by Stephen Brigidi. Poetry by Robert Bly. Ballantine, 1991. 1st printing. Fine, ex-library, maroon cloth with protected dust jacket. $10.
35c. British Photography. The Golden Age of British Photography, 1839-1900, by Mark Haworth-Booth with Carolyn Bloore; Mike Weaver; Valerie Lloyd; Ian Jeffrey; and William Buchanan. Aperture, 1984. Excellent survey prepared as catalog for traveling exhibition. 192 pages. Photographers include Chauncey Hare Townshend; Antoine Claudet; Philip Henry Delamotte; Horatio Ross; T.R. Williams; Hill & Adamson; Fox Talbot; Calvert Jones; Robert Howlett; John Dillwyn Llewelyn; Benjamin Brecknell Turner; Henry White; Edward Fox; Francis Bedford; Francis Frith; Frank Mason Good; Robert MacPherson; James Robertson; William Lake Price; Oscar G. Rejlander; Henry Peach Robinson; Samuel Bourne; Philip H. Egerton; John Murray; Linnaeus Tripe; Julia Margaret Cameron; Thomas Annan; Henry Dixon; John Thomson; Peter Henry Emerson; James Craig Annan; Paul Martin, et al. Wraps, vg in wraps with small scuff on cover where label removed. $10.
36. British Photography. Aperture, No. 113, 1988. British Photography: Towards a Bigger Picture. Charles Hagan & Nan Richardson, eds. Fine, wraps (as issued), $15.
36aa. Bruce, Harold. The Gardens of Winterthur in All Seasons. Foreword by Henry Francis Du Pont. Photographs by Gottlieb and Hilda Hampfler. a History of the Gardens by C. Gordon Tyrrell. Viking, 1968. 148 photographs, ex-lib, vg with small dent in rear cover, dust jacket worn at extremities, missing part of rear flyleaf where card removed, spine label. $7.50.
36aa.1. Brukoff, Barry. The Enigma of Stonehenge by John Fowles and Barry Brukoff. Summit Books, 1980. Photographs by Barry Brukoff, the last taken before Stonehenge was fenced.128 pages. Hardcover, cloth, with acetate protected dust jacket. Ex-library copy in very good condition, rear flyleaf removed, spine label. $10.
36aa.2. Bullock, Wynn. Wynn Bullock: Listening with the Eyes; Seeing with the Heart. Essay by James Rhem. Stiff blank wraps with dust jacket. 34 pages. Stephen Daiter Gallery, 2002. As new, fine. $20.
36aaa. Bunnell, Peter C. The Robert O. Dougan Collection of Historical Photographs and Photographic Literature at Princeton. Art Museum, Princeton University, 1983. About 3 dozen illustrations of 19th century photography by William Henry Fox Talbot, James Robertson, James Wallace Black, John Moffatt, Maxime Du Camp, Francis Frith, Hill and Adamson, Rejlander, John Thomson, John Adams Whipple, et al. List of 211 items in Princeton's portion of the Dougan collection, other portions of which are at the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Fine, $20. (several copies available)
37. Burns, Marsha. Postures. [Text by David Featherstone] Friends of Photography, 1982. Fine, $30.
37a. Another copy. "Gallery Copy" written on flyleaf, minor wear, vg $20.
37b. Burtynsky, Edward. Quarries. Steidl, 2009. Oversize. New in original shrinkwrap. 1st edition. SOLD