Photography Books, K to R
93c. Kallard, T. Laser Art & Optical Transforms. Optosonic Press, 1979. [With an introduction by Rosemary Jackson, Director, Museum of Holography, New York. Covers holograms & laser light imagery, including light shows, with technical explanations. Numerous illustrations, 170 pages.] Wraps [only edition], bump at top of spine, o/w vg. Scarce. $30.
94. Kane, Art. Poppy, John. Art Kane. The Persuasive Image. . . . Alskog, 1975. Masters of Contemporary Photography Series. Wraps, vg , $10.
94a. Karsh, Yousuf. In Search of Greatness. Reflections of Yousuf Karsh. Knopf, 1962. [Karsh's autobiography with dust jacket (date printed on inner flap 11/62) photo of Karsh by Irving Penn. In reflecting on his remarkable life and career as a portrait photographer, Karsh traces his steps from his troubled boyhood in Armenia and Turkey, his marriage to the lovely Solange Gauthier, his emigration at the age of 17 to Canada, his mentor, the great John Garo of Boston, and the highlights of his work, including tales of the luminaries who have sat before his camera: Winston Churchill, Albert Einstein, Pablo Casals, Bernard Shaw, John L. Lewis, Sibelius, Pope John XXIII, Helen Keller, and Ernest Hemingway, all of whom are illustrated in this hardcover volume, which is in fine condition with dust jacket that is fine except a light crease on the inside rear flap. $40.
94aa. Karsh, Yousuf. This Is Rome: A Pilgrimage in Words and Pictures. Conducted by Fulton J. Sheen. Photographed by Yousuf Karsh. Described by H.V. Morton. With an introduction by Bishop Sheen. Hawthorn Books, 1960. Stated 1st edition March 1960. Profusely illustrated with both black-and-white and color photos. Binding is red cloth over boards; this is less common binding than the blue cloth and paper version, also found in a stated first edition. Acetate protected dust jacket with wear to extremities. Book itself is near fine. $10.
94aaa. Karsh. Karsh: A Fifty Year Retrospective by Yousuf Karsh. NYGS/ Little Brown, 1983.[Portraits, most of the famous, in chapters on Statesmen, Authors, Artists, Scientists and Physicians, Musicians, Actors and Actresses. Also chapters on Karsh in Color; Hands; and On Assignment.] Issued in connection with exhibition at International Center of Photography. Wraps, vg with crimp on front cover, 4th printing. SOLD
94b. Katz, Jerome and Sidney J. Fogel. Photographic Analysis. A Textbook of Photographic Science. Morgan & Morgan, 1971. 1st ed. w/o dj, bump at top of spine, wrinkle in black cloth cover, binding tight, contents fine. $15.
94bb. Kennerly David Hume. Shooter by David Hume Kennerly, Pulitzer Prize Winner. [Autobiography of the photographer who photographed the Vietnam War and the White House, and won the Pulitzer at age 25.]Hardcover with protected dust jacket, like new, with evidence of price change on front inner flap of dust jacket. Newsweek, 1979. Stated second edition. $15.
94.b.1. Kertesz, Andre. Andre Kertesz: New York State of Mind. Essay by Robert Gurbo, stiff blank wraps with dust jacket. 38 pages. Stephen Daiter Gallery, 2001. As new, fine. $20.
94c. Klein, H. Arthur. Holography. Lippincott, 1970. 1st ed. Illustrated with diagrams and photographs of holograms. Ex-library, mylar covered dust jacket taped to book, spine label, rear flyleaf removed. $5.
94c.a. Klein, William. Close Up. Thames and Hudson, 1989. 1st ed. Hardcover with protected dust jacket. [A brilliant collection of Klein's close-ups from shoots in Paris, New York, Atlanta Democratic Convention, Tokyo, Moscow, Ypres, Hollywood, et al. with his commentary. Mostly photos, very well printed, are of unidentified people but a few celebrities appear like Muhammad Ali and Ingrid Bergman.] Very good with wear at top of dust jacket spine, binding is bumped bottom right. Signature of previous owner on preliminary title page. $75.
94c.1. Klett, Mark. Desert Legends: Re-storying the Sonoran Borderlands. Text by Gary Paul Narhan. Photographs by Mark Klett. Henry Holt, 1994. Hardcover, 1st printing, hardcover with protected dust jacket, fine/fine. Issued at $45. $20.
94d. Klett, Mark. View Finder: Mark Klett, Photography, and the Reinvention of Landscape by William L. Fox. University of New Mexico, 2001. 1st ed. in wraps, as new in shrinkwrap. [Keys: Western United States; Landscape; Timothy O’Sullivan; Kyle Bajakian; Ansel Adams; Robert Adams; Edward Weston; Byron Wolfe; William Henry Jackson] ISBN 0-8263-2220-4. Issued at $34.95. $21.
95. Knowles, Katharine and Thea Wheelwright. Along the Maine Coast. Barre, 1967. Photos by Knowles. Excellent quality printing by Meriden Gravure. Illustrated boards. 2nd prtg. Very good with custom made mylar protector. $15.
98. Kratochvil, Antonin. Broken Dream: 20 Years of War in Eastern Europe. Monacelli, 1997. [Czech Republic, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Romania, Russia, Soviet Union.] 1st ed., as new hardcover clothbound with protected dust jacket. $90.
99. Krause, George. George Krause-1. Introduction by Mark Power. Toll & Armstrong, 1972. 1st ed., fine w. vg+ dj. $35.
100. Landscape Photography. Foresta, Merry A., Stephen Jay Gould, and Karal Ann Marling. Between Home and Heaven: Contemporary American Landscape Photography from...the National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. [Sumptuous catalog, inc. several fold out pages. Photographers inc. Richard Arentz; Barbara Bosworth; Deborah Bright; Mark Klett; Drex Brooks; Ellen Brooks; Gregory Conniff; Linda Connor; Lois Conner; Robert Dawson; Rick Dingus; Frank Diperna; John Divola; Terry Evans; Robbert Flick; Gus Foster; Peter Goin; Karen Halverson; Alen Hess; L. Jenshel, R. Ketchum, Mark Klett, S. Klipper, Victor Landweber, J. Maloney, S. McAuley, Roger Mertin , Richard Misrach, Mortenson, K. North, M. Peck, John Pfahl, Meridel Rubenstein, S. Schwarm, S. Stillman, J. Stone, M. Takagi, T. Toedtemeier, J. Yang.] NMAA/UNM Press, 1992. 1st ed., fine w. dj. 176pp. $50.
100a. Landscape Photography. Changing Visions of the American Landscape. Catalog, James A. Michener Museum, Nov. 16, 1991 - Mar. 22, 1922. Stiff illustrated wraps, text by Bruce Katsiff, Brian Peterson, Congressman Peter H. Kostmayer, and Stephen Perloff. Includes photographs by John Pfahl, Emmet Gowin, Margot Balboni, Len Jenschel, Ansel Adams, Richard Misrach, Ray Mortenson, Edward Weston, Robert Adams, Carleton Watkins, Mark Klett, and Lois Connor. Near fine, $15.
100a.1. Landscape Photography. American Landscapes: Photographs from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art by John Szarkowski. Includes Adams, Ansel; Adams, Robert; Barnard, George; Bennett, H.H.; Black, James W.; Bullock, John G.; Callahan, Harry; Caponigro, Paul; Clift, William; Coburn, Alvin Langdon; Curtis, Edward S.; Dane, Bill; Friedlander, Lee; Garnett, William; Gilpin, Laura; Gohlke, Frank; Haynes, F.J.; Hillers, John K.; Jachna, Joseph D.; Jackson, William Henry; Kinsey, Darius; Lange, Dorothea; Mertin, Roger; Morris, Wright; O’Sullivan, Timothy; Russell, A.J.; Savage, Charles; Sinsabaugh, Art; Sommer, Fred; Steichen, Edward; Stieglitz, Alfred; Strand, Paul; Vanderbilt, Paul; Washburn, Bradford; Watkins, Carleton; Wessell, Henry; Weston, Brett; Weston, Edward; White, Minor. Wraps, fine, $20
100a.2. Landscape Photography. Landscape: Theory. Lustrum Press, 1980. Hardcover, fine with very good protected dust jacket. Large format, portfolios by Robert Adams, Lewis Baltz, Harry Callahan; Paul Caponigro; Hamish Fulton, William Garnett, Eliot Porter, Art Sinsabaugh, George Tice, Brett Westo, with biographies. $30.
100a3. Lange, Dorothea, et al. Davis, Daniel E. Behind Barbed Wire: The Imprisonment of Japanese Americans During World War II. Dutton, 1982. [Photographs by Dorothea Lange; Francis Stewart; Charles E. Mace; Hikaru Iwasaki, et al.] Ex-library, dust jacket protector attached to book, card pocket, spine label, o/w vg+. $5.
100a.4. Lange, Dorothea. Dorothea Lange, Museum of Modern Art, 1966, 1968. Second printing, wraps, vg with bump at top of spine and corner crimp. Lange spent her last efforts selecting prints for this show, which was held shortly after her death. Includes bibliography, chronology, and essay by George P. Elliott. $15.
100a.4a. Lange, Dorothea. Dorothea Lange: A Visual Life, edited by Elizabeth Partridge. Smithsonian, 1994. 1st printing. Stiff illustrated wraps. [Chapters by Linda A. Morris, Clark Kerr, Roger Daniels, Sally Stein, interview of Ansel Adams by Therese Heyman, afterword by Daniel Dixon. Numerous illustrations.] SIGNED and inscribed by Partridge in April 1995. Very good. $75.
100a5. Lartigue. Diary of a Century. Jacques Henri Lartigue. Edited by Richard Avedon. New York: Viking, 1970, 1978. [Avedon selected these photos from thousands made by Lartigue beginning in 1901. The first edition of this book is included in Roth's Book of 101 Photography Books. This copy is the second printing, identical in content to the first except somewhat smaller.] Brown cloth with mylar protected, gold dust jacket, book and dj like new. Scarce, especially in this condition, $75.
100a6. Lartigue. Diary of a Century: Jacques Henri Lartigue. Edited by Richard Avedon. Designed by Bea Feitler. Viking Press, A Studio Book. 1970. Brown cloth, lacks dust jacket. Slight tape stains where dust jacket protector was attached to book. Not to be confused with later reduced size reprints which suffer in comparison. This edition is 13.25 x 10.25 inches, beautifully bound and printed in gravure by C.J. Bucher, Switzerland. End papers are not illustrated as in another copy I have seen with same information on back of title page. Listed in Roth 101 and The Open Books as one of the great books of the 20th century. $100.
100a7. Lartigue. Moore, Kevin. Jacques Henri Lartigue: The Invention of an Artist. Princeton University Press, 2004. Illustrated biography with detailed appendices. 1st ed., 1st printing, fine with vg+ dust jacket that has a small worn area at bottom of rear cover. 272 pages. $35.
100a7.1. Lartigue, Jacques Henri. Szarkowski, John. The Photographs of Jacques Henri Lartigue. Museum of Modern Art, New York, May 1963. Exhibition catalog for show that established Lartigue's reputation. Essay by Szarkowski. 29 illustrations. Wraps, vg+, with extra black cover with title in front of cover with photo. $20.
100a7.2. Lartigue, Jacques Henri. Szarkowski, John. The Photographs of Jacques Henri Lartigue. Museum of Modern Art, New York, May 1963. Exhibition catalog for show that established Lartigue's reputation. Essay by Szarkowski. 29 illustrations. Wraps, vg- with scratch on cover with photo, $15.
100a8. Lauder, Evelyn H. An Eye for Beauty. Abrams, 2002. [Beautiful photos from around the world by the founder of The Breast Cancer Foundation.] 1st printing. Two copies available, both fine with fine dust jacket. Unsigned, $25. Signed by Lauder, $35.
100a9. Laughlin, Clarence John. Ghosts Along the Mississippi. An Essay on the Poetic Interpretation of Louisiana’s Plantation Architecture by Clarence John Laughlin. One Hundred Photographs by the Author. Bonanza, 1961. First printing of the second edition with “B” on page after title page. Large format book illustrated with 100 full page poetic photographs by the author/photographer. A classic in photographic literature first published in 1948, this oversize volume includes Laughlin’s large-format photographs of the great plantation houses of the 19th century as well as other sights such as “Rural Negro Church,” “Negro Brick Slave Cabin,” and “St. Francisville Cemetery.” But the heart of the book are the plantations, such as Live Oak, Waverly, Linwood, The Hermitage, Greenwood, Rosedown, Oak Alley, Ashland, Uncle Sam, The Myrtles, Belle Grove, and Woodlawn, with both long views and details, and including some double exposures that enhance the poetics of the ante-bellum era. Each photograph is reproduced one to a page with a facing page of text by Laughlin who provides detailed historical information. This copy is in very good condition with wear at spine tips, a short vertical split in the cloth near the top of the slightly loose spine, and a stain from a liquid spill on the back cover. Lacks dust jacket. $15.
100b. Leavitt, Fred. Fred Leavitt's Chicago. A Photographic Essay. With Text by Ron Grossman. Introduction by John Fink. Chicago: Jannes Art Publishing, 1983. 127 pages with black-and-white photographs, well reproduced in continuous tone lithography by Black Box Collotype on S.D. Warren's 100 pound Cameo Dull. [Leavitt's second book of documentary photographs.] Stiff illustrated wraps, near fine, scarce. $150.
100bb. Lee, Russell. Hurley, F. Jack. Russell Lee, Photographer. Introduction by Robert Cole. Morgan & Morgan, 1978. [Photographs in sections entitled, The Early Years; The F.S.A. Years; Air Transport Command; Mine Health and Safety; Industrial Photography; The Italian Portfolio; and Texas]. Red cloth, fine with protected near fine dust jacket. 207 pages. 1st ed. (unstated). $50.
100bbb. Lee, Russell. Image of Italy. Special Issue of The Texas Quarterly, Vol. IV, No. 2. 1961. Edited by William Arrowsmith with photographs by Russell Lee. [150 very fine black-and-white photographs, mostly candid shots of people, by the highly esteemed photographer.] Hardcover edition (also published in paperback, which lacks the text on the inner front flap of the dust jacket), green cloth, with some wear at bottom edge, ex-library with dust jacket that has a tear at bottom of rear cover near spine. Usual library evidence. Front hinge split but still attached. Dust jacket faded at spine, with new protector. Uncommon in hardcover. $15.
100.b.1. Leen, Nina. Two hardcover books for children by Nina Leen, LIFE magazine photographer. 1. Cats. Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1980. 1st printing. ex-library with card pocket, no spine label. A few indentations on dust jacket. Tape remnants on cover from removed dust jacket protector. 2. Taking Pictures. Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1977. 1st printing. ex-library with card pocket, spine label, dust jacket protector taped to book. $5 for both books.
100c. Leibovitz, Annie. American Ballet Theatre. The First Fifty Years. Designed by Lloyd Ziff. Dewynters, January1989. [Portraits by Annie Leibovitz of Mikhail Barynshnikov, Twyla Tharp, Cynthia Gregory, and many others in the company. Historical photographs by Cecil Beaton, Richard Avedon, Andre Kertesz, George Platt Lynes, Semo, Martha Swope, Gjon Mili, Kenn Duncan, Susan Cook, Baron, Larry Colwell, Fred Fehl, et al.] Stiff wraps, as issued,vg+ condition, small crimp in cover. $30.
100d. Leibovitz, Annie. Olympic Portraits. Bulfinch, 1996, 1st ed., illustrated boards, issued without dustjacket. Fine with remainder mark at top of text block. Issued at $19.95. $10.
101. Leica-related items. Morgan, Willard D. & Henry M. Lester. Leica Manual and Data Book. 13th ed. Morgan & Morgan, 1956. [456 pp. inc. chapter with pictures on all Leica models from A thru M3. Many illus., inc. several in color by Ivan Dmitri & Alfred Eisenstaedt, also Paul Berg, Toni Schneiders, et al.] With 4 1950s E. Leitz brochures, "Why a Leica?," "The Most Advanced Camera, Leica M3," "Visoflex II Instructions," &"Leitz." Manual is vg w. minor wear at spine tips, binding a bit skewed, dented on cover w. moderately worn dj chipped at extremities. Brochures vg, two have been folded. $25.
101a. Lesy, Michael. Time Frames. The Meaning of Family Pictures. [By the author of Wisconsin Death Trip and Real Life.] Pantheon, 1980. 1st ed., stiff wraps with custom made mylar protector, fine, $20.
101a.1. Lesy, Michael. Wisconsin Death Trip. Pantheon 1973. 1st ed., 2nd printing. Fine in wraps, with custom made mylar protector. $40.
101a.1a. Lesy, Michael. Wisconsin Death Trip. Pantheon 1973. 1st ed., 2nd printing. Near fine in purple cloth, without dust jacket. A few creases in bottom corners of pages. $100.
101a.1b. Levinstein, Leon. Leon Levinstein: That's Where the Life Is. Essay by Helen Gee. Stephen Daiter Gallery, 2001. Illustrated wraps, not issued in hardcover. 24 pages. $15.
101b. Levitt, Helen. Livingston, Jane (intro). Helen Levitt. February 9 - March 23, 1980. The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 1980. [Includes chronology and selected bibliography about Levitt, with eight photographs, of which seven are in color.] A very good copy, covers slightly rubbed and soiled, 16pp. One of only 1,500 copies printed. $40.
101b.1. Liebling, Jerome, ed. Photography: Current Perspectives. Light impressions, 1978. Uncommon hardcover edition, cloth with protected dust jacket that has moderate shelf wear and a few marks on rear cover. [See Massachusetts Review for softcover edition.] Book generally good, a few brown flecks on edges, with a couple of pages with yellow highlighter, signature of previous owner inside cover. Wright Morris, Walker Evans, Bill Jay, August Sander, Alfred Stieglitz, Lewis Hine, John Szarkowski, Helen Levitt, Robert Frank, Jerome Liebling, Carl Chiarenza on Aaron Siskind, Alan Trachtenberg, Paul Vanderbilt. $16.50.
101c. LIFE Library of Photography. The Print. Time-Life, 1970, reprinted 1971. Illustrated by Imogen Cunningham; Art Sinsabaugh; Minor White; David Vestal; John Loengard; Roger Mertin; Philippe Halsman; George Krause; Jack Welpott; William Current; Brett Weston; Jack Welpott; Paolo Gasparini; George Tice; Harry Callahan; Bill Brandt; Mario Giacamelli; Duane Michaels; Yale Joel; Evelyn Hofer; Robert Walch; Sebastian Milito; Leonar McCombe; Co Rentmeester; Alfred Eisentaedt; Tony Ray-Jones; et al. Darkroom equipment buying guide laid in. Very good with wear at tips and on spine, some of the lettering on spine is worn off. Spine also has a couple of water spots. Internally fine. Chapters on The Art of the Print; How to Develop the Negative; How to Print the Positive; Modern Masterpieces; Images Created in the Darkroom; and A Revolution in Printmaking. $5.
101d. LIFE Magazine. 60th Anniversary Collector's Edition. October 1996. A history of the magazine with numerous wonderful photographs. 214 pages. Very good. $10.
101e. Light Work Annual 2013. Contact Sheet No. 172. 128 pages, 10 inches x 9 inches. Softcover, features work produced by the 2012 Light Work Artists-in-Residence and the Light Work Grant Recipients with accompanying essays. [Aspen Mays, Claire Beckett, Heidi Kumao, Irina Rozovsky, John Chervinsky, Justyna Badach, Karen Miranda-Rivadeneira, Michael Bühler-Rose, Nate Larson and Marni Shindelman, Raymond Meeks, Shimon Attie, and Valerio Spada. Light Work Grant recipients include Dennis Krukowski, Tice Lerner, and Sayler/Morris.] A few dings at extremities, otherwise fine. Issued at $27. $10.
102. Light Work Annual 2011. Contact Sheet No. 162. Kelly Anderson-Staley; Sama Alshaibi and Dena Al-Adeeb; Ayana V. Jackson; Brian Ulrich; Christian Patterson; Lenard Smith; Susan Worsham; Gerard H. Gaskin; Simon Rowe; Shen Wei; Zoe Strauss; Richard Banres; Yasser Aggour; Ron Jude; Lida Suchy; Thilde Jensen; Marjory W. Wilkins; Gary Metz. New copy, no flaws. $10.
102.a. Lindbloom, Eric. Angels at the Arno. Linda Pastan, Preface; Ben Lifson, Introduction; Italo Zannier, Afterword. David R. Godine, 1994. 1st ed., fine in red cloth with protected vg+ dust jacket. Dreamy black-and-white photographs of Florence, Italy, taken with a Diana camera, by one of founders of the Center for Photography in Woodstock, New York. $12.95.
102aa. List, Herbert. "How They Live and Die in Naples," photo essay on Naples, Italy, with text by film director Vittorio de Sica in Horizon, September 1963. Hardcover, vg+ with minor shelf wear on bottom edge. $5.
102b. Little Technical Library, three titles from the series: Tabletop Photography by Jacob Deschin, 1941; Photo Tricks and Effects by Jacob Deschin, 1940, 6th printing; Commercial Photography by Victor Keppler, 1947, front hinge loose. All published by Ziff-Davis. Initialed by original owner, M.W. Barish, the Trenton, New Jersey, photographer. Very good first editions, except as noted, $15 for lot.
103. Litzel, Otto. On Photographic Composition. Amphoto, 1974. [Profusely illustrated with wonderful photos by renowned legally blind photographer.] 1st ed., no dj., fine, $25.
103a. Locks, Norman. Familiar Subjects. Polaroid SX-70 Impressions by Norman Locks. [85 color reproductions of manipulated SX-70 prints with an essay describing the artist's techniques.] VG-, softcover, remainder mark, slight rippling in corner of first few pages, other minor wear. $8.
103b. Loengard, John. Pictures Under Discussion. Amphoto, 1987. Hardcover, fine with vg+ dust jacket. 1st edition. $20.
104. Loke, Margarett. The World As It Was: Photographic Portrait, 1865-1921. Foreword by Paul Theroux. Summit, 1980. [Selections of stereographic views from the Keystone-Mast Collection, which includes the archives of other firms such as Underwood & Underwood, H.C. White, Kilburn, et al. Organized into three parts: The Age of Incredulity, 1865-1900, with photographs of industrial society, families, street life, etc.; Twilight of an Age, 1901-1914, with the Russo-Japanese War, schoolroom, San Franicsco Earthquake, The Flying Machine, etc.; and The end of an Age, 1914-1921 including The Grand Illusion and After the War (World War I). Includes photograph of James Ricalton, Underwood & Underwood photographer, standing with two giants in Kashmir; Ricalton took more than 100,000 photographs around the world.] Folio, 1st printing. Hardcover, ex-library very good copy with wear at extremities, library spine labels neatly removed from vg+ dust jacket that has new protector, card pocket on rear flyleaf. $15.
104a. Lorant, Terry and Jon Carroll. The Pickle Family Circus. Chronicle, 1986. Wraps (as issued), ex-library, vg. $5.00.
104aa. Lorentz, Pare. The River. Stackpole Sons, 1938. 1st edition. This publication is the book version of the landmark Great Depression era documentary film, The River, written and directed by Pare Lorentz for the Farm Security Administration. It tells the story of the huge Tennessee Valley Authority, a New Deal project that harnessed river power to produce electricity, control floods, and provide irrigation for farm lands. The book text is taken verbatim from the film narration, which was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for poetry. The photographs are taken either from the film, shot by cameramen Willard Van Dyke and Floyd Crosby, or are by government photographers working in the same area where the film was made. The photographs, not individually credited in the book, were gathered by Charles Krutch, a TVA photographer. For excellent information about the film, see the excellent website Reaping the Golden Harvest: Pare Lorentz, Poet and Filmmaker. Lorentz also did other films for the FSA, of which the first was The Plow That Broke the Plains and the second was The River. Together with the images by still photographers such as Walker Evans, Dorothea Lange, Russell Lee, Arthur Rothstein, John Vachon, Marion Post Wolcott, Edwin Rosskam, and others, the FSA films educated the public about the agriculture conditions in the United States during the presidency of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the innovative federal government programs that were implemented to address these problems. This very good copy is hardcover in blue cloth that is moderately worn at extremities, lacks the scarce dust jacket. $20.
104b. Luce. Swanberg, W.A. Luce and His Empire. Scribner's, 1972. [Biography of Henry Luce, founder and publisher of Fortune, Time, and Life magazines.] Ex-lib, tape stains inside covers, card removed, o/w vg w. dj. $5.00.
105. Lunn Gallery Graphics International Ltd. 19th and 20th Century Photographs. Washington, DC: Lunn, 1976. Introduction by Lunn and editor's note by Peter Galassi. [Important catalog, first of Harry H. Lunn, Jr.'s devoted exclusively to photography. Lunn became an important force in the photo auction market in the 1970s and for many years thereafter.] 190pp., 176 illustrated lots. Includes: Fenton; Robertson; Beato; Thomson; Bourne; Braun; Bisson; Baldus; Frith; MacPherson; Annan, Thomas; Hill and Adamson; Cameron; Lady Filmer, ; Lewis Carroll; Henry Peach Robinson; Emerson; Gardner; Barnard; O'Sullivan; Bell; Jackson; Watkins; Stillman; Muybridge; Stieglitz; Photo-Secession; Steichen; Strand; Coburn; Evans, Frederick; Kuehn; John G. Bullock; Kasebier; Watson-Schutze; Mucha; Atget; Zille; Sander; Brassai; Kertesz; Cartier-Bresson; Heartfield; Moholy-Nagy; Man Ray; Blossfeldt; Mantz; Brandt; Freund; Ray-Jones; Hine; Genthe; Van DerZee; Outerbridge; Evans, Walker; Abbott; Shahn; Bourke-White; Model; Edward Weston; Ansel Adams; Gilpin; Wynn Bullock; Nathan Lerner; Brett Weston; Webb; Laughlin; Breitenbach; Halsman; Karsh; Weegee; Robert Frank; Diane Arbus; Freidlander; Baltz; Eggleston. Very good, a couple of crimps on spine. $50.
105.1. Lynes, George Platt. George Platt Lynes by Peter Weiermair. Bruno Gmunder, 1989. Near fine with just a trace of wear at corners of the stiff glossy wraps. Includes the three bodies of work Lynes considered his most important: portraits, mythological pictures, and nudes, especially male nudes. Portraits include some well known writers and artists including Jean Cocteau, Christopher Isherwood, Oskar Kokoschka, Isamo Noguchi, Thomas Mann, Paul Cadmus, Joan Miro, Igor Stravinsky, Bertrand Russell, S.J. Perelman, W.H. Auden, Andre Gide, Marc Chagall, Cecil Beaton, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Edith Sitwell, and Osbert Sitwell. Signature of former owner on front flyleaf. Includes chronology of Lynes's short life, list of exhibitions, and bibliography. 112 photographs listed in back of book. ISBN 3-924163-55-3. $75.
105.1a. Lyon, Danny. Burn Zone. Black Beauty Books, 2016. Softcover, as issued. [Photographs of the Rio Grand Valley in New Mexico, accompanied by an essay and a list of "climate criminals" in 50 states by Josephine Ferorelli. SIGNED. As new. $50.
105a. Lyons, Nathan, ed. Photographers on Photography. [Writings of Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams, Francis Bruguiere, Wynn Bullock, Harry Callahan, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Alvin Langdon Coburn, Robert Demachy, Peter Henry Emerson, Robert Frank, Dorothea Lange, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Man Ray, Henry Peach Robinson, Arthur Siegel, Aaron Siskind, Henry Holmes Smith, W. Eugene Smith, Edward Steichen, Alfred Stieglitz, Paul Strand, Edward Weston, and Minor White, with bibliographical notes and selected bibliographies. Prentice Hall, 1966, 6th printing, wraps, very good with name of previous owner on front flyleaf. $7.50.
106. Lyons, Nathan, ed. Photography 63 / An International Exhibition. George Eastman House, 1963. [Including Peter Bunnell; Lee Friedlander; Garry Winogrand; Claudia Andujar; Lyle Bonge; Edouard Boubat; Rene Burri; Paul Caponigro; Walter Chappell; CarlChiarenza; Lucien Clergue; Marie Cosindas; William R. Current; Arnold Gassan; Mario Giacomelli; Len Gittelman; Charles Harbutt; Dave Heath; Matt Herron; Ken Heyman; Eikoh Hosoe; Scott Hyde; Ysuhiro Ishimoto; Joseph D. Jachna; Ken Josephson; Simpson Kalisher; Art Kane; William Klein; George Krause; Saul Leiter; Jerome Liebling; Nathan Lyons; Roger Mayne; Donald McCullin; R. Eugene Meatyard; Ray K. Metzker; Peter L. Moore; Enrico Natali; Ann parker; Philip Pocock; Marc Riboud; Gerald H. Robinson; Fulvio Roiter; Sanne Sannes; Geraldine Sharpe; Art Sinsabaugh; Herb Snitzer; Howard J. Sochurek; Charles Swedlund; Teruaki Tomatsu; Pete Turner; Jerry N. Uelsmann; Ukichi Watabe; Nobuhiko Watanabe; Jack Welpott; Shelia White; Don Worth; et al.] Stiff wraps, fine. $50.
107a. Lyons, Nathan, ed. Photography 64 / An International Exhibition. An Exhibition Cosponsored by the New York State Exposition and the George Eastman House. George Eastman House, 1964. [Inc. Ansel Adams, Atget, Werner Bishof, Bill Brandt, Wyn Bullock, Harry Callahan, Robert Capa, Cartier-Bresson, Walker Evans, Robert Frank, Ernst Haas, Lewis W. Hine, Dorothea Lange, Man Ray, Moholy-Nagy, Irving Penn, Aaron Siskind, W. Eugene Smith, Frederick Sommer, Edward Steichen, Stieglitz, Strand, Brett Weston, Edward Weston, Minor White.] Fine exc. some foxing, wraps, as issued. $20.
108. Lyons, Nathan, ed. Photography in the Twentieth Century. An Exhibition Prepared for the National Gallery of Canada by the George Eastman House. [High quality illustrations by a who's who in photography, inc. Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams, Manuel Alvarez-Bravo, Diane Arbus, Ruth Bernhard, Werner Bischof, Margaret Bourke-White, Bill Brandt, Brassai, Annie Brigman, et al.] Horizon Press, 1967. Plain green cloth binding, fine, $30.
108.1. Lyons, Nathan, ed. Contemporary Photographers: Toward a Social Landscape. Bruce Davidson. Lee Friedlander. Garry Winogrand. Danny Lyon. Duane Michaels. [An important exhibition that helped define photography in the 1960s, predating the better known New Documents exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art that included Friedland, Winogrand, and Arbus.] Horizon Press/George Eastman House, 1966. Stiff illustrated wraps, very respectable copy, very good with a small crimp along spine and slight wear at spine tips. $150.
108aa. Magubane, Peter. Black Child. Knopf, 1982. 1st ed. [What it's like to grow up under the segregated Apartheid system in South Africa; a strong visual statement for social change.] Very fine copy in stiff illustrated wraps, no defects. $50.
108aaa. Malcolm, Janet. Diana & Nikon. Essays on the Aesthetic of Photography. Godine, 1980. 1st edition. Hardcover with purple cloth-covered boards. Essays, all but one of which previously appeared in the New Yorker magazine, include topics such as Alfred Stieglitz and the Photo-Secession, also his portraits of Georgia O'Keeffe; Edward Weston nudes and landscapes; Irving Penn photographs of cigarette and cigar butts; Garry Winogrand; Richard Avedon; John Szarkowski and the Museum of Modern Art; Nina Alexander and Herta Hilscher-Wittgenstein; William Eggleston; Bill Owens; Harry Callahan; Walker Evans and Robert Frank; Chauncey Hare. Profusely illustrated with 82 images by the above photographers, as well as many others such as Russell Lee (of the FSA), Andre Kertesz, Joel Whitney, Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Lartigue, Van Der Zee, Nancy Rexroth, Diane Arbus, Eve Sonneman, et al. Fine with fine mylar-protected price-clipped dust jacket. $35.
108b. Maitre, Pascal. Mon Afrique: Photographs of Sub-Saharan Africa. Aperture, 2000. Fine large book of color photographs by the very successful French photographer who founded Odyssey, in hardcover cloth with protected fine dust jacket. 1st printing of the 1st edition. Issued at $50. $15.
109. Man, Felix H. Man with a Camera: Photographs from Seven Decades. Schocken, 1984. [Photojournalist's autobiography, esp. strong images from Germany in the 1930s.] vg, w. creased, slightly worn dj. $30.
109a. Mandel, Mike. Making Good Time. Scientific Management, The Gilbreths, Photography and Motion, Futurism. Published by Mike Mandel in association with the University of California, Riverside, 1989. Hardcover, illustrated boards, not issued with dust jacket. First and only printing. 72 pages. Near fine copy with very slight bump to bottom corner. [By the same Mike Mandel who co-authored Evidence and produced the photographer baseball cards.] SOLD
110. Mandel, Mike. Photographer Baseball Cards. Black and white baseball cards featuring well known photographers (and other photo personalities) in baseball uniforms, photographed and published by Mike Mandel, 1975. This was a conceptual photography project humorously satirizing baseball card collectors. Mandel travelled around the country with uniforms and equipment and produced a series of 134 portraits of photographers in baseball uniforms on baseball cards plus a card listing the other cards. Available cards, which are without defects except as noted, include 2. Joel Meyerowitz (damaged on edge). 5. Ron Walker (small stain on verso). 12. Bart Parker (stain on edge). 15. Arthur Siegel. 19. Gary Metz (short tear in margin). 29. Phil Perkis (2 available). 37. Joyce Neimanas. 38. Judy Dater. 41. Jack Welpott (slight stain on edge). 45. Dave Freund. 49. Ed Sievers. 50. Minor White (2, one near fine, other with tiny hole in edge). 60. Tom Barrow. 62. Bea Nettles. 65. Cal Kowal (small spot on verso). 73. Jim Alinder. 75. M.J. Walker. 77. Al Woolpert (two available, one with small rust stain on verso, the other with two small indentations on top edge of verso). 84. Paul Vanderbilt (yellowed, 2 dings). 85. Anne Noggle. 89. Andy Anderson (2 available). 96. Art Sinsabaugh (slight damage to corner). 98. Doug Stewart. 99. Chuck Swedlund (stain from bubble gum lower left quadrant of verso). 100. Bill Edwards (two available). 104. Wynn Bullock. 108. Lee Rice. 119. Doug Prince (two available). 120. Eileen Cowin (stained on edge). 122. Reg Heron (creased horizontally). 127. Michael Bishop (damaged). 128. Bob Fichter (two, one damaged, the other signed by previous owner on verso). 132. Arnold Gassan (damaged). [Unnumbered] Card listing cards, some names checked off (3 available). $375 for all 43 cards.
110.02. Mark, Mary Ellen. Indian Circus. Foreword by John Irving. Chronicle, 1993. [Signed. A classic Mark title of circus performers in India. Unsigned copy sold for $300 at December 2007 Swann auction without buyer's premium.] 1st edition, 1st printing. Fine with near fine protected dust jacket that has a trace of fading on spine. $350.
110.1 Mark, Mary Ellen and Annie Leibovitz. Photojournalism: The Woman's Perspective. Masters of Contemporary Photography.Alskog/Peterson, 1974. 1st printing. Wraps, round adhesive backed label and scuff on cover, vg. $15.
110.2. Massachusetts Review, Vol. XIX, No. 4. Photography. December 1978. [Also issued in hardcover as Photography: Current Perspectives.] Special issue of this journal edited by Jerome Liebling. 262 pages. [See Liebling for hardcover edition.] Contents include Wright Morris, "In Our Image"; Walker Evans, "Photography"; Bill Jay, "The Romantic Machine: Toward a Definition of Humanism in Photography"; Anne Halley, "August Sander"; August Sander, "Photography as Universal Language; Estelle Jussim, "Icons or Ideology: Stieglitz and Hine"; Maren Stange, "Szarkowski at the Modern"; Kate Carlson & Bill Arnold, "The Bus Show"; Elizabeth Lindquist-Cock, "The Mid-Victorians"; Photographs by Helen Levitt, Walker Evans, Robert Wilcox, August Sander, Sally Stein, Robert Frank, Jerome Liebling, Lewis Hine, Alfred Stieglitz, and John Szarkowski; Roger Copeland, "Photography and the World's Body"; Carl Chiarenza, "The Early Work of Aaron Siskind"; Alan Trachtenberg, "Camera Work"; Allan Sekula, "Dismantling Modernism, Reinventing Documentary"; Paul Vanderbilt, "A Few Alternatives." 60 full page plates, many other illustrations. An outstanding compilation of essays and photographs. Corner bent on rear cover, otherwise vg. $40.
110.3. Master Photographs from the PFA Exhibitions, 1959-1967. Introduction by Cornell Capa. Essays by Norman Cousins, Evan H. Turner, Miles Barth, Nathan Lyons, and Naomi N. Rosenblum. International Center of Photography/W.W. Norton, 1988. 1st edition (unstated but no later date indicated). Large format exhibition catalog, stiff wraps, black-and-white cover, in very good condition, much less commonly found than the hardcover edition, which has the same ISBN number on the back of the title page but this softcover edition has a different ISBN 0-393-30693-3, on a label affixed to the back cover. Outstanding collection of photographs by 136 photographers. $30.
110.3a. Masterpieces of Photography from the Merrill Lynch Collection. December 13, 1997 - March 8, 1998. James A. Michener Art Museum, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, 1997. [Ansel Adams; Margaret Bourke-White; Ellen Brooks; Bill Brandt; Rudy Burckhardt; Harry Callahan; Paul Caponigro; Linda Conner; Imogen Cunningham; Jed Devine; MacDuff Everton; Robert Frank; Lee Friedlander; Betty Hahn; Lewis Hine; Barbara Kasten; Andrew Kertesz; Reagan Louie; Felix Man; Robert Mapplethorpe; Joel Meyerowitz; Barbara Morgan; Arnold Newman; Arnold Rothstein; Aaron Siskind; W. Eugene Smith; Ralph Stettner; Alfred Stieglitz; Paul Strand; Josef Sudek; Larry Sultan; George Tice; Carleton Watkins.] Unused, like new, with a few small nicks. Stiff illustrated wraps, as issued. $12.
110.4. McCullin, Donald. PHOTO Presente Les Grands Maitres de la Photo 3: McCullin. Text by Mark Haworth-Booth in French. Gruppo Editoriale Fabbri, 1983. Very good in wraps with a few light spots inside covers and on facing pages, where they were formerly stuck together. From the library of the noted documentary photographer Sol Libsohn, but unmarked. $15.
110.5. Meatyard, Ralph Eugene. Ralph Eugene Meatyard: Dolls and Masks. Essays by Eugenia Parry and Elizabeth Siegel. Radius, 2011. ["Dolls and Masks opens the doors on the decade of rich experimentation that immediately preceded the production of his final opus, The Family Album of Lucybelle Crater. Published to coincide with an exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago, this handsome book presents more than 70 never-before-seen works from the Meatyard Archive."] Hardcover with dust jacket, new in publisher's original shrinkwrap. 1st ed. Issued at $65. Specially priced at $35.
110a. Metamorphoses: Photography in the Electronic Age. Introduction by Mark Haworth-Booth. Articles on digital photography by Timothy Druckrey, Jonathan Green, Vincent Katz, Geoffrey Batchen, and others. Images byh Eva Sutton, Martina Lopez, Shelly J. Smith, Anil Melnick, Roshini Kempadoo, Osamu James Nakagaw, Esther Parada, Pedro Meyer, Graham Nash, Robert Heinecken, David Byrne, Jonathan Reff, Eileen Cowin, Olivia Parker, Lynn Butler, Diane Fenster, MANUAL, Deanne Sokolin, AnnetteWeintraub, Kathleen Ruiz, Peter Campus, Barbara Kasten, Paul Thorel, Nancy Burson. Letters by Robert Adams, Adam Fuss, and Joel-Peter Witkin. Issued as catalog for exhibition at Fashion Institute of Technology, 1994. [Contents similar to Aperture No. 136.] Aperture, 1994. VG+ copy, stiff illustrated wraps, minor scratches and rubs, $20.
110b. Meyerowitz, Joel. Joel Meyerowitz 55. Phaidon, 2001. Near fine with small remainder mark and "Non Mint" rubber stamp. $8.
110c. Meyerowitz, Joel. St. Louis & the Arch. New York Graphic Society, 1980. Fine in wraps, 1st ed., issued simultaneously with hardcover edition. Oblong quarto with foldout panorama. Photographed with 8x10 inch view camera in color. Uncommon thus, $75.
111. Michals, Duane. The Photographic Illusion....Masters of Contemporary Photography Series. [How Michals creates his portraits and sequences, inc. "The Human Condition," "The Creation," and "Something Strange Is Happening."] Alskog, 1975. Wraps, very fine exc. for a couple of slightly indented lines on rear cover. $35.
112. Michals, Duane. Two vinyl record albums, "Synchronicity," by the Police, jacket and inner sleeve photos by Duane Michals. A&M Records, 1983. The jacket is in blue, red, yellow, and black. This album's jacket was issued in more than a dozen photomontage variations designed by Michals, including two in monochrome. Two different multicolored ones offered here as a lot, one fine, with inner sleeve and fine disc; the other is very good with a small bumps to corners of the jacket, lacks inner sleeve, with fine disc. $20.
115. Michals, Duane. Upside Down Inside Out and Backwards. Sonny Boy, 1993. Wraps, not issued in hard cover. Inscribed from "For Sam from Uncle Duane." With custom made mylar protector. Fine, $70.
115a. Mikhailov, Boris. Boris Mikhailov. The Hasselblad Award 2000. Hasselblad Center, 2000. Portofolio of Russians dancing in the street, biography, interview, essay by Boris Groys, "The Eroticism of Imperfection." Fine with fine protected dust jacket. 1st ed. $25.
116. Mili, Gjon and Mary Ellis Peltz. The Magic of the Opera: A Picture Memoir of the Metropolitan. Praeger, 1960. [History of the New York company, with excellent contemporary photos by Mili. In addition to Mili's photos, which are produced in excellent quality, book also includes history of the Metropolitan Opera of New York with historic photos of stars from earlier times. Among people and topics covered in this book are Enrico Caruso, Olve Frestad, Geraldine Farra, Caludia Muzio, Antonio Scotti, Emmy Destinn, Orville Harrold, Margaret Matzenauer, Amelita Galli-Garci, Louise Homer, Beniamino Gigli, Rosa Ponselle, Giuseppe DeLuca, Lotte Lehmann, Ezio Pinza, Lily Pons, Giovanni Martinelli, Grace Moore, Lawrence Tibbett, Kirsten Flagstad, Rudolf Bing, Thomas Schippers, Dimitri Mitropoulos, Jose Qintero, Herbert Graf, Cesare Siepi, Carl Ebert, Alexandra Danilova, Lupe Serrano, Kurt Baum, Alice Plotkin, Erich Leinsdorf, Leonard Warren, Mario Del Monaco, Rise Stevens, Antonietta Stella, Lorenzo Alvary, Elisabeth Soederstroem, Maria Callas, Birgit Nilsson, Otto Edelmann, Karl Liebl, Jerome Hines, George London, Leonie Rysanek, Eleanor Steber, Hermann Uhde, Karl Doench, Nell Rankin, Giulietta Simionato, Faust, Siegfried, La Tosca, Barbi¥re di Siviglia, Tosca, Tristan, Romeo et Juliette, Parsifal, Salome, Pagliacci, Aida, La Boheme, Boris Godunov, La Traviata, Nozze di Figaro, Don Giovanni, Louise, Reginal Marsh, August Belmont, Don Pasquale, Valleria Rusticana, Eugene Onegin, Vanessa, Macbeth, Les Diamants, Gypsy Baron, La Gioconda, Wozzeck, La Forza del Destino, Carmen, Madama Butterfly, Cosi fan tutte, Isolde, Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg, Lohengrin, et al. ] dj chipped at top of spine and worn at extremities with a few marks on back, vg. $15.
116a. Miller, Lee. Antony Penrose. The Lives of Lee Miller. Holt, Rinehart & Wilson, 1985. 1st American edition, 1st printing. Fine in cloth hardcover with protected near fine dust jacket. [The gorgeous Miller's early career was noted for her role as a model for Man Ray in Paris; later, she became a successful photographer documenting World War II. Included here are some well known photographs of Miller, including one of her taking a bath in Hitler's bathtub. Her many friendships with leading artists, writers, and other luminaries are seen in her photographs of Man Ray, Max Ernst, Pablo Picasso, Isamu Noguchi, Nijinsky, Humphrey Jennings, Roland Penrose, Virgil Thompson, Gertrude Lawrence, Major General O.K. Edcombe, Sigismund Strobl, Saul Steinberg, Joan Miro, et al. $30.
116a.1. Miller, Wayne. The World Is Young. Ridge Press, 1958. 300 photographs of children by Miller, Edward Steichen's principal assistant on The Family of Man exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art and whose work was represented in that show more than any other photographer. Wraps, very good with small crimps in cover, a page crease, a small hole in a blank area of one page. $15.
116aa. Minolta. Cooper, Joseph D. The Minolta Manual. The Minolta Family of Cameras. Operating Techniques. Films and Filters. Exposure and Lenses. Flash and Available Light. Subject Matter and Composition. Close-Ups; Mini Photography. Prints and Slides. Universal, 1959. 1st ed. [Illustrated by Joseph D. Cooper; K. Nagao; M. Kasanaki; M. Suzaki; Toyoko Tokiwa; K. Ishiguro; Y. Ueda; K. Okazaki; F. Takase; H. Toyota; et al.]. Very good with good vg- mylar protected dust jacket that has two chips, edge wear and a small light damp stain on rear cover. $12.50.
116aaa. Misrach, Richard. Bravo 20: The Bombing of the American West by Richard Misrach with Myriam Weisang Misrach. Johns Hopkins, 1990. Fine with near fine protected dust jacket. 1st ed. $75.
116aaaa. Misrach, Richard. Desert Cantos. University of New Mexico Press, 1987. Stiff pictorial wraps. Stated Second Edition (identical to First Edition, really a second printing of the first edition). Issued in conjunction with an exhibition by Misrach, The American Desert, with the Cantos: The Terrain, The Event, The Flood, and The Fires. Book is like new. Free from wear on covers, no dents or scratches, corners unworn, pages are not yellowed, marked or crimped. SOLD
116aaaaa. Modernist Masterworks to 1925. From teh "deLIGHTed eye," a Private Collection. International Center of Photography, 1985. Edition of 3000. Large book in wraps, issued in conjuction with exhibition of works from the collection of Carlos Cruz. [Photographers include Atget; Stieglitz; Strand; Steiner; Moholy-Nagy; Edmund Kesting; Tina Modotti; Edward Weston; Margrethe Mather; Brancusi; Man Ray; Alvin Langdon Coburn; Jaromir Funke; Drtikol; Bragaglia; Bruguiere; Albert Renger-Patzsch; Paul Strand.]Beautifully printed by Meriden-Steinhour Press with a 300 line screen. Edition of 3,000. Very good copy with water mark and waviness on back cover and a modicum of wear at extremities. $10.
116b. Modotti, Tina. Tina Modotti: Image, Texture, Photography by Andrea Noble. University of New Mexico, 2000. 1st edition, hardcover with dustjacket, new in shrinkwrap. ISBN 0-8263-2254-9. [Modotti was a well known political activist and photographer who was associated with Edward Weston in Mexico in the 1920s. "Drawing on feminist theories of visual culture, Moble presents a close reading of Modotti's work and how it all fits into its cultural, historical, and theoretical contexts." (Dust jacket). Issued at $29.95. $18.
116b.1. Modotti, Tina. Tina Modotti: Photographs, by Sarah M. Lowe. Abrams/Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1995[Extensive biographical information and 119 full page illustrations. Includes photographs of Modotti's lover and mentor in photography, Edward Weston.] Stiff illustrated wraps, like new. $20.
116c. Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo. In Focus: Laszlo Moholy-Nagy. Photographs from the J. Paul Getty Museum. Written contributions by Thomas Barrow, Jeannine Fiedler, Charles Hagen, Hattula Moholy-Nagy, Weston Naef, Leland Rice, and Katherine Ware. Includes 45 plates, two text illustrations, chronology. Wraps, as issued, new condition. $20.
117. Moore, Charles. Durham, Michael S. Powerful Days: The Civil Rights Photography of Charles Moore. Introduction by Andrew Young. [Dramatic photographs of Martin Luther King, Ralph Abernathy, and other African Americans in action during the 1960s Civil Rights Movement.] Stewart, Tabori, and Chang, 1st printing, 1991. 207 pages. Stiff wraps, near fine. $25.
117.1. Morath, Inge and Arthur Miller. In the Country. Viking, Studio Press, 1967. Dust jacket with 0377(March 1977). [Miller's anecdotes about country folk in Connecticut with Morath's photos.] Ex-library with usual evidence, unclipped dust jacket in excellent condition except spine labels, with new protector. Book has one worn tip, residual tape marks from tape formerly used to affix dust jacket protector on back cover. Good. $10.
117a. Morath, Inge. Russian Journal. Intro by Yevgeny Yevtushenko. Essays by Andre Voznesensky and Olga Andreyev Carlisle. Photographs by Morath. Aperture, 1991. [Scenes of the Soviet Union including architecture and people, both unnamed and prominent such as Boris Pasternak, Yevgeny Yevtushenko, Andrei Sakharov, and Joseph Brodsky. Like new in protected dust jacket. Issued at $40. $20.
118. Morath, Inge. In Russia. (Viking Press, 1969). Inge Morath was one of the first women photographers associated with Magnum, the photographer's cooperative agency founded by Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, and other well known photographers. She teamed up with famous playright Arthur Miller (at one time married to Marilyn Monroe) to produce this fine book This is an "inside" look at the Soviet Union during a period when relatively few foreign visitors went there. Morath and Miller travelled widely to Moscow, Leningrad, Novgorod, Samarkand, Tashkent, etc. They visited the home of Tolstoy and other sites associated with famous writers, including Osip Mandelshtam, Maxim Gorky, and others. Here are also Miller's accounts of, and Morath's portraits of, contemporary Russian authors, including Evgeny Yevtushenko and his wife Galia; Iosip (Joseph) Brodsky, and others. A wonderful book, one of a series of photo/text books that Miller and Morath produced. This copy is cloth, near fine, no dj. $25.
118.1. Morgan, Willard D., ed. The Complete Photographer. National Educational Alliance, 1942-1943. Complete set of 10 volumes. Encyclopedia with 3,000 pages. Volume 10 contains index and glossary. Articles by noted experts including famous photographers. Volumes are very good or better, hardcovers in green and gold. $150. (Shipping at cost.)
118a.1. Morris, Wright. Venetian Journal. Harper & Row, 1972. [Color photos and text by the highly respected writer and photographer, author of The Inhabitants, et al.] 1st edition. Very good in red cloth, water stain at bottom of rear cover that does not affect pages or the protected dust jacket which is very good with minor edge wear. $10.
118a.2. Mortensen, William William Mortensen: A Revival. The Archive 33. Center for Creative Photography, 1998. Essays by Terence Pitts; Michael Dawson, Diane Dillon, A.D. Coleman, Larry Lytle and Michael Dawson. Chronology by Amy Rule with contributions from Larry Lytle. Large format, wraps, as issued. ISBN 0-938262-33-5. New book, fine. Issued at $22. $11.
118a.3. Mortensen, William. Pictorial Lighting. Camera Craft, 6th printing of 1st edition, January 1940. Good hardcover with chipped dust jacket, back of which promotes six other books by Mortensen including Monsters & Madonnas and The Command to Look. Damage on pages 114-115 from being stuck together, then separated. SOLD
118b. Moss, George H., Jr. Double Exposure Two: Stereographic Views of the Jersey Shore (1859 to 1910) and their Relationship to Pioneer Photography. With a Foreword by Lee Ellen Griffith, Director, Monmouth County Historical Association. Ploughshare Press, 1995. 200 pages. The authoritative source on this subject, with chapters with biographies of different photographers, examples of their work and lists of the views they offered. Includes many rare views. Although mostly about stereographs, includes chapters on daguerreotypes, tintypes, etc. Introductory chapters include photographs by David Clark, New Brunswick; John P. Soule, Boston; Babbit & Tugby, Niagara Falls; Baker & Record, Saratoga Springs; Sunderlin, Flemington; E. & H.T. Anthony, New York; George Barker, Niagara Falls; Charles R. Savage, Salt Lake City; J.A. Mather, Titusville, PA; G.W. Freeland, Milford, NJ; and others. The main section on stereographic views of the Jersey Shore in Monmouth County includes photographs and lists of views in Monmouth County by E. Anthony; Alfred S. Campbell; Luther R. Cheeseman; Continent Stereoscopic Company; Griffith & Griffith; William H. Hill; Keystone View Co.; Kilburn Brothers; Littleton View Co.; Ferris C. Lockwood; Lovejoy & Foster; S.R. Morse; New Jersey Stereoscopic View Co.; G. W. Pach - Pach Brothers; J.C. Scott; Seth Shear and Shear Brothers; William H. Stauffer; Underwood & Underwood; Peter F.Weil; H.C.White Co.; C.W. Woodward; and others. Also Moss provides lists of stereographs by South Jersey stereographic view makers in Atlantic City, Cape May, Toms River, et al. Essential reference. Unused clothbound hardcover book, fine with separate stereographic viewer still sealed in plastic bag, no dust jacket. $35.
118c. Moss, George H., Jr. and Karen L. Schnitzspahn. Those Innocent Years, 1898-1914. Images of the Jersey Shore from the Pach Photographic Collection. Ploughshare Press, 1997. 1st softcover edition, SIGNED by both authors on preliminary title page. 142 pages. Concerns Pach Brothers, known as Photographer to the Presidents because they photographed U.S. Presidents who vacationed in Monmouth County, where the Pach Brothers had one of their primary studio locations. 9 1/2 by 13 inches with many full page illustrations. Unused book, fine with slight bend on verso near spine. $40.
118d. Same, unsigned. Like new. $25.
119. Muench, David. Nature's America. Arpel, 1984. 1st ed. Fine in worn dj with a few external tape repairs. $25.
120. Muench, David. Santa Barbara. Skyline Press, 1984. 1st ed,fine w. dj. $25.
121. Muench, David, et al. Window on America. (Excellently and finely reproduced landscape photos by Muench, Hiser, Blair, Fuller, Kasmauski, Cooke, Bean, et al.) National Geographic Society, 1987. Fine w. dj. $5.
122. Munkacsi, Martin. Morgan, Susan. Martin Munkacsi. Aperture, No. 128, 1992. [Fashion photography.] Fine, $17.50.
123. Muybridge, Edweard. The Human Figure in Motion. Dover, 1955. [Numerous plates from Animal Locomotion, 1887 w. intro by Robert Taft.] Blue cloth, minor wear, vg. Edweard Muybridge, The Human Figure in Motion. Dover, 1955. 196 pages containing over 4,700 individual photographs of men, women and children, mostly nude and a few partially clothed, chosen for their value to artists, doctors, and researchers. The largest selection of Muybridge's motion studies of the male and female form ever published in book form, these photos depict 163 different types of action and were taken at speeds ranging up to 1/6000 of a second. The subjects were photographed against a grid background to facilitate use by artists and most were taken from three directions simultaneously with banks of cameras. One of the most remarkable achievements in the history of photography, Muybridge made approximately 100,000 images, including both his human and animal motion studies, at the University of Pennsylvania with initial arrangements by Thomas Eakins. The cost of the project, completed in 1887, was more than $50,000. Earlier in his career, Muybridge was a Western landscape photographer operating in California under the name Helios. He was then invited to photograph horses in motion by Leland Stanford and invented a way to project a sequence of these pictures on a screen, now considered the first motion picture using photographic images. Muybridge also was the co-inventor of the electronic shutter, necessary for him to capture motion at high speeds. SOLD
123a. Muybridge, Edweard. Robert Haas. Muybridge: Man in Motion. University of California Press, 1976. [Probably best biography of Muybridge, covering all phases of his career, including landscape photography, motion photography, his trial for the murder of his wife's lover, etc.; profusely illustrated.] Fine w. near fine price clipped dj (no chips or tears). $75.
123b. Muybridge, Edweard. River of Shadows: Eadweard Muybridge and the Technological Wild West by Rebecca Solnit. Viking, 2003. 1st printing, hardcover with dust jacket. 305 pages. Illustrated. In this notable volume, Solnit, a gifted writer, provides a compelling narrative placing Muybridge, who was a leader in Western landscape photography and an innovator in the field of motion pictures, in the context of his times. "Rebecca Solnit is one of the most agile, protean, and consistently (jaw-droppingly) fascinating writers of the current generation; and with this, her latest and finest work, that crusty old shape-shifter Eadweard Muybridge may finally have met his match. . . . she writes like an angel." Lawrence Weschler. "[A] brilliant essay on Muybridge and all he begat....RIVER OF SHADOWS is never less than deeply intelligent, and often very close to inspired....It belongs to that wondrous class of books -- like William Gass's ON BEING BLUE and Anne Carson's EROS THE BITTERSWEET -- in which an extraordinary mind seizes hold of an unexpected topic and renders it with such confidence, subtlety and grace that one finds it hard to remember what things looked like before the book appeared in the world." New York Times Book Review - Jim Lewis (03/30/2003). "Her sweeping narrative situates Muybridge within the history of California as a place of technological innovation and epitome of westward expansion and renvention. Solnit, a highly original voice with an eloquent prose style, has published numerous works focusing on California artists, the American West, and landscape. River of Shadows benefits from her keen understanding of nineteenth- and twentieth-century history and reflects back on the author's other subject interests." Sarah Ziebell Mann, Moving Image, Fall 2004. "[I]t is hard to do justice to Solnit's far-reaching perspective....Her prose, terse and poetic, makes the book a pleasurably dizzying experience." Bookforum - Luc Sante. In the literature of photography, Solnit has made notable contributions to such publications as Aperture, No. 120 and 164; Beyond Wilderness; Nuclear Matters (San Francisco Camerawork, 1991); Points of Entry: Tracing Cultures (Friends of Photography, 1995); and Virginia Beahan & Laura McPhee, No Ordinary Land: Encounters in a Strange Environment (1998). Fine with small line from black felt marker at bottom of text block near spine. $20.
124. Mydans, Carl and Michael Demarest. China. A Visual Adventure. Simon & Schuster, 1979. [Simon and Schuster, 1979. 1st edition, 1st printing. Fine hardcover book on the land and Chinese people with very good price-clipped dust jacket that has a crease on the front inner flap. Mydans was one of America's most respected photographers. He worked under Roy Stryker at the Resettlement Administration (later Farm Security Administration or FSA), who also employed Ben Shahn, Arthur Rothstein, Walker Evans, Dorothea Lane, Russell Lee, Marion Post Wolcott, Edwin Rosskam and other famous photographers. Then he joined LIFE magazine for a stellar career. During World War II, he was captured by the Japanese and spent time in an internment camp in the Philippines. This book includes 200 of his photographs taken in China for this book, 46 of which are in color. $25. Another copy, 1st ed., sm. tape stain on flyleaf, black felt pen mark on bottom of text block, dj edge worn. $10.
124a. Nadar by Nigel Gosling. Knopf, 1976. 1st American edition. [The amazing career of French portrait photographer and aviation pioneer Gaspard-Felix Tournachon, who called himself Felix Nadar. Major monograph with 359 photographs, essential reference.] Near fine in black cloth with very good protected dust jacket. SOLD
125. Natali, Enrico. New American People. [Social documentary portraits.] Morgan & Morgan, 1972. Good. $15.
127. Nature Photography. Attenborough, David. The Living Planet: A Portrait of the Earth. [Companion to PBS Television series. Profusely illus. by Attenborough, Bruce Coleman, Tony Morrison, et al.] Little, Brown, 1984. Fine w. vg+ dj, $10.00.
128.1. New Mexico, U.S.A. A Photographic Essay of New Mexico. Created and edited by Barbara Erdman. Designed by Mary Shapiro. Published by the Santa Fe Center for Photography, Santa Fe, New Mexico. 1st printing, 1985. Cloth, fine with dust jacket in fine condition, with gift inscription on front flyleaf. Photographs by Roswell Angier, Raymond Belcher, Kevin Bubridki, Paul Caponigro, Walter Chappell, Rahoul Contractor, Stephen Cooper, William Davis, Orlando Diaz, Helen Doroshhow, Barbara Erdman, Richard Erdoes, Michael Fahy, Ike Fordyce, Barbara Gluck, Do Greiser, James Hart, Murrae Haynes, Michael Heller, Bradner Crawford Jones, Douglas Kahn, Douglas Keats, Edward Klamm, Robert Klintworth, Barbaraellen Koch, Lisa Law, J.D. Lincoln, Carm Little Turtle, Paul Logsdon, Herb Lotz, Cissie Ludlow, Judy Ellen Moore, Beaumont Newhall, David Grant Noble, Steve Northup, Jack Parsons, Mary Peck, Deede Phillips, Bernard Plossu, Eliot Porter, Michael Rosenthal, Meridel Rubinstein, James David Ruffner, Janet Russek, Robert Saltzman, David Scheinbaum, Nicholas Decor, Barbara Simpson, Susan Steefy, Alex Traube, Barbara Van Cleve, Willard Van Dyke, Charles Venrick, Nancy Hunter Warren, John Whatley, Richard Wickstrom, Jeannette Williams, Susan Zwinger. ISBN 0-9615298. Scarce in hardcover! $25.
128.2. Newhall, Beaumont. Airborne Camera: the World from the Air and Outer Space. Hastings House in collaboration with The George Eastman House, 1969. Special edition for The Museum of Modern Art. Stiff illustrated wraps. Amazingly fine condition for a book of this vintage. A history of aerial photography dating back to Felix Nadar's photographs from balloons, ca. 1860, to photographs taken by cameras carried by pigeons, to early aircraft photography, on up to space photography in the 1960s. Newhall, who was closely associated with leading figures in photography such Ansel Adams, Paul Strand, and Alfred Stieglitz, and was married to the photography writer Nancy Newhall, is well known as one of the foremost authorities on the history of photography; his book, The History of Photography, went through a number of editions. He also wrote hundreds of other books and articles on daguerreotypes, the invention of photography, and myriad other topics, and served as the director of The George Eastman House. $20.
128a. Newhall, Beaumont. Album 6. July 1970. Special George Eastman House Issue with introduction by Beaumont Newhall and contributions by Thomas Barrow and Harold Jones. [Many of the photographs in this magazine were in an exhibition, From the George Eastman House Collection, 1774-1969. Newhall was the director of the George Eastman House at this time. The entire magazine, which is bound like a book in stiff illustrated wraps, is devoted to the Eastman House and constitutes the only available catalog for this exhibit.] Very good plus, $20.
128aa. Newhall, Beaumont. The Daguerreotype in America. Revised Edition. New York Graphic Society, 1968. [The revisions are listed on page 13. 83 plates with masterful daguerreotypes by Platt D. Babbitt, Southworth and Hawes, George N. Barnard, and others.] Green cloth, very good with two corner bumps, with protected dust jacket that has soiling on edges and along spine and a few very short tears on edges. Edges of text block have small light brown specks as common with this book. $40.
128a.1. Newhall, Beaumont. The History of Photography. Museum of Modern Art, 1964, 1978. 4th edition, sixth printing. Better quality reproductions than some other editions. Blue cloth, vg, no dust jacket. $10.
128b. Newhall, Beaumont. The History of Photography. Museum of Modern Art, 1982. 1st printing of 5th revised edition. VG in stiff illustrated wraps with previous owner's name on preliminary title page. $15.
128c. Same, 3rd printing of 5th revised ed. Fine, wraps, $15.
129. Newhall, Beaumont. Image of America: Early Photography, 1839-1900. Library of Congress, 1957. [Illus. cat. for exhibit at LC that opened Feb. 8, 1957.] Wraps, as issued, fine exc. spine & edges darkened. $20.
129a. Newhall, Beaumont. In Focus: Memoirs of a Life in Photography. Bulfinch,/Little, Brown, 1993. [The famous photohistorian's autobiography with stories of his relationships with Alfred Stieglitz, Edward Weston, Nancy Newhall, Ansel Adams, and other photo luminaries. Well illustrated with many photos not published elsewhere. An essential reference for students of Modernist photography.] 1st ed. Hardcover with mylar protected dust jacket. Name of previous owner on preliminary title page, mylar protected dust jacket has a very short closed tear at bottom rear corner and a short crease at bottom of back cover. Book does not appear to have been read, almost like new except for minor imperfections noted. $35.
129b. Newhall, Beaumont. In Plain Sight. Foreword by Ansel Adams. Peregrine Smith, 1983. 1st edition. Fine with gift inscription on front flyleaf. Protected price-clipped dust jacket has edge wear. [Newhall's photographs, including portraits of notable photographers such as Edward Weston, Brett Weston, Ansel Adams, Bill Brand, Paul Strand, Charles Sheeler, Henri Cartier-Bresson, and Arthur Siegel.] $15.
130. Newhall, Beaumont. Photography 1839-1937. NY: Museum of Modern Art, 1937. One of 3,000 copies. First edition of Newhall's history of photography, this hard cover book served as the catalog for a landmark exhibit at MoMA, the first survey of the history of the medium. It was revised in 1938 and then again several more times in future decades, with the third and subsequent editions titled, "The History of Photography." As the first of Newhall's books, this volume is of singular importance in the literature of photography. Moderate wear at extremities, otherwise fine. $100.
130.1. Newhall, Beaumont. Photography: A Short Critical History, 1839-1937. NY: Museum of Modern Art, 1938. One of 3,000 copies. Second revised and emended edition of Newhall's 1937 history of photography, issued as the catalog for the survey exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art, for which Newhall was unable to get the participation of Alfred Stieglitz. Stieglitz was pleased with Newhall's curatorial efforts and the 1938 edition includes a frontispiece by Stieglitz, whose endorsement of Newhall had long-term effects on the historiography of photography. Newhall's book was revised again several more times in future decades, with the third and subsequent editions titled, "The History of Photography." As the second edition of of Newhall's first book, with important changes, this volume is of singular importance in the literature of photography. Moderate wear at spine tips, otherwise fine. $85.
130a. Newhall, Beaumont and Nancy. Masters of Photography. Barziller, 1958. [Inc. Hill and Adamson, Southworth and Hawes, Cameron, O'Sullivan, Gardner, Stieglitz, Steichen, Atget, Strand, Weston, Salomon, Lange.] 1st ed. Better reproduction quality than the reprint. Fine w. edge torn and chipped dj. $50.
130aa. Same, Park Lane reprint, 1981. Fine with near fine dust jacket. $15.
130b. Newman, Arnold. Arnold Newman, Faces USA. Foreword by Thomas Thompson. Amphoto, 1978. [Based on a photo competition for the prototypical American face, Arnold Newman went out and took pictures of the winning subjects. In an appendix, this book also includes the photos of the faces submitted by the amateurs.] Near fine, hard cover with vg mylar protected dust jacket that is chipped at one corner. Small red remainder mark at top of text block. $20.
131a. Newton, Helmut. Olivia Newton John, Soul Kiss. (Record album w. front and back covers by Newton; back cover shows singer as a dominatrix). MCA 6151, mfd. by RCA. Sealed. $10.
131bb. Nixon, Nicholas. Robert Coles (text) and Nicholas Nixon (photos). School. [Includes students at the Boston Latin School, Perkins School for the Blind, and a school in Cambridge, Massachusetts.] Little, Brown, 1998, 1st ed. fine with dust jacket. Still in original shrinkwrap. $35.
131b.1. Norberg, Marc. Black and White Blues. [ Superb portraits of blues musicians such as Eddy Clearwater, Mark Naftlalin, Billy Boy Arnold, Saffire, Lil Ed, John Lee Hooker, Sunnyland Slim, Jimmy Rogers, James Cotton, Charlie Musselwhite, Jerry Portnoy, Luther Guitar Junior Johnson, Bob Margolin, Hubert Sumlin, Johnnie Johnson, Junior Wells, Jimmy Johnson, Lady Bianca, Lowell Fulson, Taj Mahal, Odetta, Jerry Ricks, Dave Van Ronk, John Hammon,d, Johnny "Clyde" Copeland, Sue Foley, Pee Wee Crayton, Albert Collins, Clarence Gatemouth Brown, Anson Funderburgh, Sam Myers, Marcia Ball, Charles Brown, Buckwheat Zydeco, John Mooney, Earl King, Robert Cray, Joe Louis Walker, Duke Robillard, Kim Wilson, Jimmy Thackery, Ronnie Earl, Larry McCray, Holmes Brothers, Robert Jr. Lockwood, Pinetop Perkins, Memphis Slim, B.B. King, Honeyboy Edwards, Joe Williams, Koko Taylor, Big Daddy Kinsey, Snooky Prior, Otis Clay, Buddy Guy, Otis Rush, Etta James, Willie Dixon, and others.] Graphis, 1995. Wraps, fine with custom made mylar jacket. $50.
131c. Norfolk, Simon. Afghanistan: chronotopia. Dewi Lewis Publishing, 2002. Ninth edition. [Large format monograph with color photographs, the pictures were made in December 2001 and in May 2002 won the European Publishers Award for Photography.] Hard cover with dust jacket, bumped on top and bottom of spine, o/w fine, $30.
131d. Norman, Dorothy. Intimate Visions: The Photographs of Dorothy Norman. With an essay by Miles Barth and introduction by Dorothy Norman. Chronicle/ICP, 1993. 1st printing in stiff wraps with custom made 4-mil polyester protector. Fine condition. Includes photographs by Norman of her mentor and close associate, Alfred Stieglitz, as well as photographs by Stieglitz of Norman. Also portraits of many luminaries in Norman's circle, including Sherwood Anderson, Bernard Berenson, Ingrid Bergman, Paul Bowles, Bertolt Brecht, Martin Buber, John Cage, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Marc Chagall, Harold Clurman, Ananda K. Coomaraswamy, Charles Demuth, Theodore Dreiser, Marcel Duchamp, Albert Einstein, Louis Fischer, Waldo Frank, Indira Gandhi, Morris Graves, Elia Kazan, Beatrice Lamb, Carlo Levi, Andre Malraux, John Marin, Thomas Mann, Lewis Mumford, Jawaharlal Nehru, Isamu Noguchi, Jacques Prevert, Luise Rainer, Hans Richter, Stephen Spender, Gerald Sykes, Edgard Varese, and Richard Wright. Plus photographs of An American Place; New York City; India; Cape Cod; flowers, et al. SOLD
132. Notman, William. Roger Hall, Gordon Dodds, and Stanley Triggs. The World of William Notman: The Nineteenth Century Through a Master Lens. [Lavishly illus. monograph on best known 19th cent. Canadian photographer; issued at $75. Godine, 1993. Mint in shrinkwrap. $50.
132.1. Nudes. Kelly, Jain. Nude: Theory. Photographs and Essays by Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Harry Callahan, Lucien Clergue, Ralph Gibson, Kenneth Josephson, Andre Kertesz, Duane Michals, and Helmut Newton. Lustrum, 1979. Black cloth binding, fine, with mylar protected dust jacket that has wear, mostly along top edge. Presumed 1st ed., as no later printings indicated. $35.
132.2. Nudes. Nude Photographs 1850-1980 by Constance Sullivan. Essays by Robert Sobieszek and Ben Maddow. Harper & Row, 1980. 1st ed., 1st printing. [Photographers: Fr. J. Moulin; Braquehais; Eugene Durieu; Roger Fenton; Nadar; Baron Wilhelm von Gloeden; Eadweard Muybridge; Thomas Eakins; Edgar Degas; Clarence H. White; Alfred Stieglitz; F. Holland Day; Edward Steichen; Frank Eugene; Edward Weston; Imogen Cunningham; Dorothea Lange; Margrethe Mather; Atget; E.J. Bellocq; Baron Adolph de Meyer; Brassai; Henri Cartier-Bresson; Martin Munkacsi; Frantisek Drtikol; Paul Outerbridge; Hans Bellmer; Man Ray; Laszlo Moholy-Nagy; George Platt Lynes; Roger Parry; Francis Bruguiere; Andre Kertesz; Manuel Alvarez Bravo; Paul Strand; Minor White; Walter Chappell; Harry Callahan; Frederick Sommer; Todd Walker; Emmet Gowin; Aaron Siskind; Joel Meyerowitz; David Hockney; Henry Wessel, Jr.; Robert Mapplethorpe; Tod Papageorge; Roger Mertin; Linda S. Connor; Sheila Metzner; Art Sinsabaugh; Richard Benson; William Eggleston; Richared Pare; Robert Heinecken; and Anonymous.] Fine in cloth with near very good protected dust jacket with edge chips and wear at extremities. Large heavy book, excellent quality reproductions. $20.
132a. Nueva Luz. Premier Issue, Volume 1, Number 1, Winter 1985. Featured photographers: Sophie Rivera, Tony Mendoza, Kenro Izu. 11x17, very good with small piece missing from lower right edge on cover. $20.
133. O'Connor, Michael, ed. The Image Bank: How You Can Recognize and Use Visual Elements to Produce More Powerful Photographs (Amphoto, 1983), hard cover with dust jacket, first edition, first printing. In addition to tips, this very finely reproduced book includes excellent quality reproductions of photographs by numerous exceptional photographers, including Bill Binzen, Sonja Bullaty, Robert Farber, Franco Fontana, Alfred Gescheidt, Douglas Kirkland, Angelo Lomeo, Jay Maisel, David Muench, Shirakawa, Pete Turner, John Vachon, Christian Vogt, and many others. Fine condition with dust jacket that has slight edge wear and one short tear at top of spine. Book issued at $24.95. $20.
134. Ohringer, Frederic. A Portrait of the Theatre. Merritt, 1979. [Portraits of well known actors, actresses, and playrights.] Fine w. dj exc. first few pages bound upside down. SOLD
135. Optics. Hardy, Arthur C. & Fred H. Perrin. The Principles of Optics. McGraw-Hill, 1932. [Inc. chapters on photography, sensitometry, and photographic lenses.] Fine, no dj, 12th printing, prev. owner's name, $15.
135a. Optics. Lockett, Arthur & H.W. Lee. Camera Lenses. Pitman, 1937. Wraps, vg, $10.
135b. Orkin, Ruth. Horizon, Spring 1967, hard cover magazine featuring photographic portfolio on Jacob Riis Playground in New York City by Ruth Orkin. Also, Two Thousand Years of War in Viet-Nam; The Trojan War; Twilight Princess and the Sun King; Michaelangelo Pistoletto; Andrew Wyeth’s Portraits; James Mallord William Turner paintings; Troglodytes; Konrad Lorenz; Robinson Crusoe’s island; Willa Cather, “The Meatax Girl; and others. Book plate of previous owner on front flyleaf, moderate wear at extremities, internally fine. $5.
136. O'Sullivan, Timothy. Timothy O'Sullivan. America's Forgotten Photographer by James D. Horan. Bonanza, 1966. Fine w. dj. $40.
136a. O'Sullivan, Timothy. Framing the West: The Survey Photographs of Timothy O'Sullivan by Toby Jurovics; Carol M. Johnson; Glenn Willumson; and William F. Stapp. Yale University Press, 2010. Issued to accompany an exhibition at the Smithsonian. 1st printing, fine w. protected dj. $30.
136aa. Ovo Magazine. Issue 50, Portraits, November 1983. This beautiful large format Canadian publication features work by Louise Abbott, Claire Beaugrand-Champagne, Roland Beniak, Guy Borremans, Francois Brunelle, Pierre Charbonneau, Stephanie Colvey, D.R. Cowles, Judith Crawly, Pierre Gaudard, Margery Gochnauer, Jacques Goulet, Shela Greenberg, Normand Gregoire, Pamela Harris, Edward Hillel, Lynne Johnston, Jacques Lafond, Ron Levine, Arnaud Maggs, Normand Metivier, Lynn Murray, Vincenzo Pietropaolo, Denis Plain, James Rae, Luc Robitaille, Charlotte Rosshandler, Chuck Samuels, August Sander, David Saxe, Gabor Szilasi, Guy Turcot, John Walker (of Georgia O'Keeffe), and Helena Wilson. VG- condition with spine chips and corner wear. $10.
136b. Owens, Bill. Suburbia. [Bill Owens was one of the first photographers to make suburban living his subject matter. This book of photographs taken in Livermore, California, has been recognized as a classic in its genre and a key publication of 1970s photography.] Straight Arrow Books, 1973, Softcover edition, 1st printing. Ex-library with spine label and clear library tape along spine. Good condition with shelf wear on edges and slight indentations on covers. Card pocket removed from rear cover. Listed in Roth, Book of 101 Photography Books. A good copy of a scarce and important book. $95.
136c. Panama. Heald, Jean Sadler. Picturesque Panama: The Panama Railroad, The Panama Canal. No publisher, privately printed by Curt Teich& Co., 1928. Profusely illus., 126 pp., corner of last page missing, not affecting text, o/w fine. Insc. as gift from author & educator Carl Van Doren (1885-1950) to Philip A. [Damon?], Apr. 15, 1935. $100.
136d. Parks, Gordon. A Poet and His Camera. Preface by Stephen Spender. Introduction by Philip B. Kunhardt, Jr. Viking, 1968, 1969. Ex-library, mylar covered dust jacket,, spine label, rear flyleaf removed, o/w vg+. Nice portrait of Parks on back of dust jacket. $7.50.
136e. Gordon Parks, Voices in the Mirror: An Autobiography. Doubleday, 1990. 1st edition. 352 pages. The 13th book by Parks, who is known mostly as a Life magazine photographer but who is also a poet, film maker, composer, and painter. He also wrote the music and libretto for the ballet, "Martin." Although he never graduated high school, Parks, by the time this book was published, had received more than fifty honorary doctorates and awards, including the National Medal of Arts, presented to him by President Ronald Reagan in 1988. Parks tells the story of his struggle up the ladder and his early association with Roy Stryker of the Farm Security Administration and later Standard Oil, his subsequent career at Life magazine, where he was reponsible for shooting the annual fashions in Paris, photographing Ingrid Bergman during the filming of a film in Italy; and his memories of the Black Panthers, Malcolm X, Elijah Muhammed, Stokely Carmichael and other activists, his work as director of Shaft, the first Hollywood film directed by a Black American, and many other interesting stories. This copy is in vg+ ex-library condition with dust jacket protector taped to book, spine labels, rear flyleaf removed. $10.
137. Pause, Walter. Segen der Berge. Stuttgart: Verlag Stahle & Friedel, 1959. (The mountains and high country of Europe in photographs by noted German photographers Heinz Mueller-Brunke, C.L. Schmitt, et al. Text in German. Illustrated boards in color, inside photos in black-and-white.) No dust jacket, as issued? Fine. $30.
138. Penn, Irving. Record Album: Peter Frampton, I'm in You. A&M SP4704. Color cover portrait by Irving Penn. Disc vg+, cover good+, some wear which doesn't significantly detract from photo. Nice item for framing. $2.
138.1. Petruck, Peninah R., ed. The Camera Viewed. Writings on Twentieth-Century Photography. Volume 1: Photography Before World War II. E.P. Dutton, 1979. 1st printing in wraps. Ex-library copy with wear to extremities and creases on covers, still excellent for reference. Includes texts by Jonathan Green re Camera Work; Alfred Stieglitz , Looking for Mr. Stieglitz, from Twice a Year; Georgia O'Keeffe, Stieglitz (1949); Carl Sandburg, Steichen the Photographer (1929); Marius de Zayas, Photography (1913); Paul Strand, Painting and Photography (1963); Calvin Tomkins re Strand; Edward Weston, Photographic Art (1942); Andy Grundberg re Weston; Charles Millard re Charles Sheeler; interview with Walker Evans (1971); Roy Stryker re FSA; Moholy-Nagy, New Instrument of Vision (1932); Caroline Fawkes re Moholy; John Fraser re Atget; John Fuller re Atget and Man Ray; Man Ray, Photography Is Not Art (1943); Joe Deal interview with Horst (1975) re fashion photography; Walter Benjamin, The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction (excerpt, 1936). With illustrations by Gertrude Kasebier, Clarence White, Edward Steichen, Russell Lee, and others including some of the writers. $20.
138b. Pfahl, John. Permutations on the Picturesque. No. 49, Robert B. Menschel Photography Gallery, Syracuse University, 1997. Exhibit catalog of 20 computer-enhanced Iris prints. Wraps, as issued, near fine, $15.
138ba. Pfahl, John. Picture Windows. Introduction by Edward Bryant. New York Graphic Society/Little Brown, 1987. 1st ed. Cloth with protected dust jacket. Ex-library, spine labels on dust jacket skillfully removed, no rubber stamps, crease on preliminary title page, rear flyleaf trimmed, otherwise nice copy. (Issued at $40) $25.
138baa. Finkel, Kenneth. Nineteenth-Century Photography in Philadelphia. 250 Historic Prints from The Library Company of Philadelphia. Dover, 1980. [Includes work by 40 pioneer photographers including Frederick DeBourg Richards, W. Curtis Taylor, Frederick Gutekunst, Marcus Aurelius Root, Eadweard Muybridge, John Moran, James E. McClees, William and Frederick Langenheim, James Cremer, Mongomery P. Simons, et al.] Stiff wraps (not issued in hardcover), very fine, $14.
138ba.1. Philadelphia. Old Philadelphia in Early Photographs, 1839-1914 by Robert F. Looney. 215 prints from the collection of the Free Library of Philadelphia. Dover, 1976. Photographs by John Moran, William H. Rau and other photographers. Remarkably clear views from the early days of photography, including daguerreotypes and albumen prints from glass negatives. VG in illustrated wraps, possibly 1st edition, lacks ISBN number on reprints. 228 pages. $10.
138ba.2. Phillips, John. A Will to Survive. Israel: The Faces of Terror 1948. The Faces of Hope Today. Foreword by Golda Meir. Afterword by Teddy Kollek. Dial/James Wade, 1977. Photos of the War of Independence by noted Life Magazine photographer. 1st printing in stiff wraps, ex-library, otherwise vg. $5.
138b.1. Phillips de Pury & Company. Photographs. April 23/24 2004. Auction catalog. 122 pages. 268 lots, all illustrated. Approximately 11x14 inches. Photographers include Berenice Abbott, Adam-Salomon, Robert Adams, M. Alvarez Bravo, Diane Arbus, Eugene Atget, Richard Avedon, R. Ballen, Lewis Baltz, Tom Baril, Cecil Beaton, B. & H. Becher, Ilse Bing, Karl Blossfeldt, Erwin Blumenfeld, Guy Bourdin, Margaret Bourke-White, Bill Brandt, Brassai, Harry Callahan, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Larry Clark, Chuck Close, Gregory Crewdson, Imogen Cunningham, Robert Demachy, R. Dijkstra, Robert Doisneau, Frantisek Drtikol, T. Eberle, William Eggleston, A. Ehrhardt, Elliot Erwitt, Walker Evans, Louis Faurer, Andreas Feininger, Larry Fink, S. Fleury, robert Frank, Lee Friedlander, Adam Fuss, Mario Giacomelli, A. Goldsworthy, Emmet Gowin, R. Hallensleben, Horst, Peter Huhar, A. Hutte, P. Keetman, S. Keita, Andre Kertesz, J. Klauke, B. Kolko, Dorothea Lange, L. Lawler, David Levinthal, Helen Levitt, Annie Liebovitz, Peter Lindbergh, Herbert List, Danny Lyon, Robert Macpherson, Madam Yevonde, Man Ray, Sally Mann, e. Mannikko, Robert Mapplethorpe, Joel Meyerowitz, Richard Misrach, Lisette Model, Tina Modotti, Lucia Moholy, C. Mollino, A. Morell, Vic Muniz, S. Neshat, Helmut Newton, B. Owens, N. Parkinson, Irving Penn, Pierre et Gilles, Elliot Porter, Richard Prince, A. Renger-Patzsch, Leni Riefenstahl, Milton Rogovin, T. Ruff, August Sander, J. Sasse, Stephen Shore, M. Sidibe, Arthur Siegel, Aaron Siskind, Frederick Sommer, Edward Steichen, Otto Steinert, Lou Stettner, Alfred Stieglitz, thomas Struth, Josef Sudek, Hiroshi Sugimoto, W.H.F. Talbot, F. Thiel, W. Tillmans, H. Van Meene, Andy Warhol, Carleton Watkins, Todd Webb, Weegee, Dan Weiner, J. Welling, Edward Weston, Garry Winogrand (many). Minor rubbing on cover, otherwise fine. $20.
138bbbb. PHOTO magazine No. 252, September 1988. Published in France, text in FRENCH. Featuring sections on the first erotic photographs (stereographic daguerreotypes), Arles by Jeff Dunas, Coke bust in Rio de Janeiro, Syria photoreportage by Yves Gellie and Pascal Maitre, Tour du France bicycle race, Cheyco Leidmann, Manarchy sensual photography, and more. In good condition with spine crimps and moderate wear to extremities. $10.
138c. The Photo Reporter, Jacob Deschin, ed. and principal photographer. 4 issues: 3:10 (Oct 1973 ), 4:5 (May 1974), 4:8 (Aug 1974), and 4:11 (Nov 1974). Photography scene news, expecially in (but not limited to) New York, at the beginning of the boom in interest in photography in the early 1970s. Articles include story on Berenice Abbott show at the Witkin Gallery (with new photos by and of Abbott), Lecture by Paul Caponigro (with photos of him at signing of his Portfolio II), Minor White exhibit at M.I.T., with photo of him at the exhibit marking his retirement, selections by Leonard Freed, Marc Riboud, et al. from exhibit, "Jerusalem: City of Mankind," the "Manhattan Now" exhibit with photos by Andre Kertesz, Evelyn Hofer, Mark Feldstein, et al., new photography in Japan, Ansel Adams retrospective, Marc Kaczmarek nude studies, Nicholas Muray at IMP/GEH, obituaries and photos of Henry M. Lester, Augustus Wolfman, and Nancy Newhall, Arnold Newman retrospective, opening of Alfred Stieglitz Gallery in Soho, and much more, including listings of exhibits in New York City. vg to fine, $20.
138c.1. Photographic Portfolio. Volume 2, Number 2. (Formerly DallasPhoto Magazine). June 1979. Featuring portfolios by Christopher Bryan, Frank Sutter, Arthur Shelton; Rick Hublein, and Jeff Rowe. vg- with crease in one corner of cover and light shelf wear. $10.
138c.2. Photographies (French magazine). Number 33, June 1991. Robert van der Hilst; Rene Jacques; Toni Catany; Dahinden; Hasselblad 205 TCC; George Vercheval; Jean-Marc Tingaud; Stephane Coutell; portraits taken in Belgium; Christophe Galatry; David Hiscock; et al. Text in French. Very good. Blank adhesive mailing label on cover. $10.
138d. Photojournalism. Eyes of Time: Photojournalism in America by Marianne Fulton. With contributions by Estelle Jussim, Colin Osman, Sandra S. Phillips, and William Stapp. NYGS/Little Brown in association with Inernational Museum of Photography at George Eastman House. 1988. 1st edition. Hardcover with dust jacket, ex-library copy in very good condition with little signs of use. Card pocket, spine label, dust jacket protector. A chronological history of photography with an emphasis on photography for the print media. First chapter by Stapp on photojournalism's beginnings in 1839. Second chapter by Jussim on American photojournalism from 1880 to 1920. Third chapter by Osman and Phillips on magazine photography in Europe between World War I and World War II. Fourth chapter on the 1930s to 1950s by Fulton. Last chapter by Fulton on 1950s to 1980s. Back of the book includes biographical notes on photographers and other key figures, bibliography, index. Some of the biographies include Lucien Aigner, Alexander Bain, Micha Bar-Am, George N. Barker, Oskar Barnack, George N. Barnard, Letizia Battaglia, Jessie Tarbox Beals, James Wallace Black, Margaret Bourke-White, Mathew Brady, Brassai, Hal Buell, David Burnett, Larry Burrows, Cornell Capa, Robert Capa, Gilles Caron, Cartier-Bresson, William Chapin, Howard Chapnick, A.D. Coleman, Bruce Davidson, Raymond Depardon, Max Desfor, David Douglas Duncan, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Horst Faas, Roger Fenton, Benedict Fernandez, Donna Ferrato, Robert Frank, Leonard Freed, Jill Freedman, Alexander Gardner, Arnold Genthe, Tim Gidal, Philip Jones Griffiths, Stan Grossfeld, Ernst Haas,James Hare, Ron Haeberle, John Heartfield, Wilson Hicks, Lewis Hine, Burton Holmes, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Kurt Hutton, Itsuo Inouye, Frederic Ives, Fenno Jacobs, Frances Benjamin Johnston, David Hume Kennerly, Andre Kertesz, Dmitri Kessel, Kurt Korff, Germaine Krull, Dorothea Lange, Langenheim brothers, Lisa Larsen, Catherine Leroy, Frank Leslie, Alexnader Liberman, Stefan Lorant, Leonard McCombe, Don McCullin, and many more. SOLD
139a. Photojournalism. Kerns, Robert L. Photojournalism: Photography with a Purpose. [Textbook including photos by the author as well as Margaret Bourke-White, Bill Withers, Bruce Krzyzanoski, Gary Chapman, Tom Carroll, Dennis Keim, Eric Jones, Jackie Greene, Hugh Jones, Eric Munk, Fred Kenderson, Gaye Zold, Dave Morrison, Richard Anderson, Judy Wadson, and Steve Brier.] Prentice-Hall, 1980, 1st printing, 348 pp., corners worn, illustrated boards, ex-library, $5.
139a.1. Photojournalism. Lacayo, Richard and George Russell. Eyewitness: 150 Years of Photojournalism. 2nd revised edition. Time, 1995. Includes photos from 1990-1995 not in 1st edition. Different dust jacket than first edition features Joe Rosenthal's raising the flag at Iwo Jima. More recent photos include color. VG+ with vg+ dust jacket. $10.
139b. Photojournalism. The Best of Photojournalism 2. Introduction by Harry Reasoner. [The 34th Annual Pictures of the Year Competition, featuring the photoessay Gramps by Mark and Dan Jury. Contains many striking photographs by many photographers, with the largest number by Eddie Adams (AP), Bruce Bisping (Minneapolis Tribune), Robert W. Madden (National Geographic), Charlie Nye (Sleepy Eye Herald Dispatch), Co Rentmeester (Time), Jim Richardson (Topeka Capital-Journal), and James L. Stanfield (National Geographic), ] Newsweek Books, 1977. Ex-library with spine label, wraps, creases on cover, interior vg, $7.50.
140. Photojournalism. Rhode, Robert B. & Floyd H. McCall. Press Photography: Reporting with a Camera. Macmillan, 1969, vg, no dj. SOLD
140a. Photojournalism. Time magazine, Special Collector's Edition. 150 Years of Photojournalism. Fall 1989. Includes numerous memorable images inc. full page color reproduction of George Barnard's daguerreotype of the burning mills in Oswego, NY, 1853, and article by Carl Mydans, "The Best Job in the World." vg, $10.
140a.1. Photo-Secession. Photo-Secession: Stieglitz and the Fine Art Movement in Photography by Robert Doty. With 91 illustrations. Dover, 1978. Revised and expanded edition of the first edition of 1960. This is an early or first printing of the 1978 edition with Dover list of photography books inside front cover down to Photography and the American Scene by Robert Taft; in later printings, the list extends onto the inside of the back cover. [Includes list of all exhibitions at "291" and list of the members of the Photo-Secession.] A fine copy in wraps (not issued in hardcover). $20.
140b. Picture Sources 3. Collections of Prints and Photographs in the U.S. and Canada. Special Libraries Association, 1975. Indexes photographs, graphic art, and and other images in 1,084 collections grouped by various subject categories such as geography and history; military history; health, welfare and education; fine, graphic and applied arts; performing arts; religion; natural history and anthropology; agriculture; geology, astronomy and space exploration; science and technology; commerce and industry; transportation; specialized (portraits, sports, costumes, etc.). With alphabetical, geographical and numerical lists of sources and subject index. 387 pages. Ex-reference-non-circulating-library, lacks title page. Red cloth, binding and pages in fine condition. Very difficult book to find. $25.
141.1. Plicka, Karel. Praha ve Fotografii. . . Prague in Photographs. Orbis, 1950. Scare first edition of the revised and expanded edition of a book first published in 1940. Karel Plicka, photographer and film maker (1894-1987) was a renowned Czech photographer known as the "Ansel Adams of Czechoslovakia." This was the first of several major photography books he produced either solo or in collaboration with other renowned photographers suare as Josef Sudek. Condition of cover is very good with good dust jacket that has scuffs, closed tears and generally is quite worn. Interior pages with sepia plates is fine. Large format. Text and captions in Czech, Russian, French, and English. $100.
141a. "The Plow that Broke the Plains: Art Politics & the Resettlement Administration," by Gary D. Saretzky, article about the landmark documentary film directed by Pare Lorentz for the Resettlement Administration, in The Photo Review, 23:1 (Winter 2000). Issue also includes "No Pictures: Some Thoughts on Jews in Photography," by A.D. Coleman; "Photography at Princeton," by Nicolle Plett; and "Photographing Odysseus," by Nancy Brokaw about the Ernest Schackleton expedition to the Antarctic. Issue signed by Saretzky. Fine, $10.
142. Plowden, David. Cape May to Montauk. Viking, 1973. 1st ed. Fine w. slightly chipped dj. $17.50.
142a. Plowden, David. Desert and Plain, the Mountains and the River: A Celebration of Rural America.Text by Berton Roueche. E.P. Dutton, 1975. 1st printing. Hardcover with dust jacket with new dust jacket protector. Ex-library with usual evidence. Label on dust jacket neatly removed leaving light stain. Corner crease on table of contents page. Good/vg. $5
142b. Plowden, David. Farewell to Steam. Stephen Greene Press, 1966. Photographs of Passenger steamers: overnight luxury steamer, day excursion steamer, ferry steamer; Great Lakes: cargo boat, railroad-car ferry, river railroad-car ferry; Workboats: tug, lighter, towboat, dredger and snagboat; Passenger ferries: Hudson River, New York City harbor, St. Lawrence River, Mississippi River; and Locomotives. 1st ed. Lacks dj. Front cover damaged in about ten places by paper stuck on it that was removed. Interior fine. Bump at bottom of spine. $5.
142c. Plowden, David. Floor of the Sky: The Great Plains. Sierra Club, 1972. 1st ed., cloth, old damp stain at bottom of cover, dampstain noticeable on inside of dj but little on outside, protected dj o/w good with chips and tape repair, gift inscription, dj price clipped. $5.
142d. Plowden, David. The Hand of Man on America. Smithsonian, 1971. Cloth, hardcover with protected dust jacket. Ex-library with usual markings, otherwise very good + with protected dust jacket. Presumed 1st edition, no later printings indicated. $10.
143. Plowden, David. A Time of Trains. W.W. Norton, 1987. 1st ed. One of numerous photo books by David Plowden, this one features black-and-white photographs of steam trains, railway stations, and related scenes depicting the end of the steam train era, presumably in the 1950s as the photos are undated. Ex-library with usual evidence, otherwise very good in protected dust jacket without spine labels. $15.
144. Polaroid. Sullivan, Constance, ed. Legacy of Light. 250 Polaroid Photographs by 58 Distinguished Photographers. [Best survey of Polaroid photography, lavishly produced.] Knopf, 1987. With dust jacket. VG+/VG+. $35.
144a. Polaroid Close-Up. Volume 13, Number 1. August 1982. Large format glossy magazine, not limited to Polaroid photography, with heavy weight illustrated wraps. This issue includes "The Tinype," by Beaumont Newhall; "Pictures from My Father's Album," by Danny Lyon; "The Perceptual Fantasies of Sheila Metzner," by Max Kozloff; "Medical Images of the Body...." by Irving A. Lerch; "Table Talk: Making Food Photography for Thought" by Owen Edwards, and others. VG- condition with some waviness of pages, one corner creased. $10.
144b. Polaroid Close-Up. Volume 13, Number 2. November 1982. Large format glossy magazine, not limited to Polaroid photography, with heavy weight illustrated wraps. This issue includes"David Hockney: Polaroid Composites," by Carter Ratcliff; " Image and Likeness: Thoughts on Some Recent Photographs by Bill Burke and John Coplans" by Ben Lifson; "Moments of Light: Photographs of the Middle East by Felix Bonfils," by Jeffrey Simpson (includes four page foldout panorama of Beirut); "The Invisible Universe," by Eric Chaisson," and others. VG condition with a few crimps and rubbing on cover. [Two copies available.] $15.
144b.1. Polaroid Close-Up. Volume 14, Number 1. April 1983. Large format glossy magazine, not limited to Polaroid photography, with heavy weight illustrated wraps. This issue includes "Barbara Kasten:Picture Apparatus," by Belinda Rathbone; "At the Edge of Beauty and Decay," by William E. Parker (20x24 Polaroids of flowers by Chris Enos); Polaroid photographs by Philippe Halsman of Georgia O'Keeffe, Susan Sontag, Danny Kaye, Mickey Rooney, Father Cyril D'Arcy, Edward Steich, Dr. Bronowski, Peter Sellers and Ursula Andress, Alfred Hitchcock, Five Rockefeller Brothers, and Weegee; "The Artful Marie Cosindas," by Jeffrey Simpson; "The Shavanti of Central Brazil," by William Crawford; "Cool Light" by Isaac Asimov; and "The Manifold Shapes of Time: Tucson's Center for Creative Photography," by Estelle Jussim, with mostly unfamiliar photos in color and black-and-white by Ansel Adams, W. Eugene Smith, Paul Strand, Paul Caponigro, Edward Weston, Ralph Gibson, Judy Dater, Harry Callahan, Lee Friedlander, Frederick Sommer, Imogen Cunningham, Jerry Uelsmann, Dean Brown, Aaron Siskind, Arnold Newman (portrait of Siskind), Joyce Neimanas, Kenda North, Robert Fichter, and Betty Hahn. VG- condition, with two front cover crimps and some spots on back cover, interior pages are fine. $10. Another copy, VG with minor rubbing, crimp, and spots on front cover, $10.
144c. Polaroid Close-Up. Volume 14, Number 2. Winter 1983. Large format glossy magazine, not limited to Polaroid photography, with heavy weight illustrated wraps. This issue includes "Italian Hilltowns," by Emmet Gowin, text by Mark Strand; "A Celebration of Redheads," by Joel Meyerowitz, text by Estelle Jussim; "Photographs from Klan Room," by William Christenberry, text by Jane Livingston; "Thoughts on Starr Ockenga's Pictures" by T.B. Brazelton, M.D.; "The America's Cup - 1983" by Robby Robinson; "Finding a Lost Spanish Mission," by Patt Blue, text by David Hurst Thomas; and more. Near fine, $15.
144d. Polaroid Close-Up. Volume 15, Number 1. Winter 1985. Large format glossy magazine, not limited to Polaroid photography, with heavy weight illustrated wraps. Special double issue with emphasis on sports. Photographers include William Klein, Lee Friedlander, Joel Meyerowitz, Jim Dow, Mary Ellen Mark, Starr Ockenga, Nicholas Nixon. vg+. $15.
144e. Polaroid Collection. Sotheby’s. Photographs from the Polaroid Collection. New York 21 & 22 June 2010. No. 8649. Massive auction catalog, fully illustrated. 480 pages. Includes both Polaroid photographs and other types of photographs, all 20th century. Photographers include Ansel Adams (many); Paul Caponigro; Harry Callahan; William Wegman; William Garnett; Luigi Ghiri; Minor White; Brett Weston; Les Krims; David Levinthal; Robert Mapplethorpe; Helmut Newton; Lucas Samaras; Jan Saudek; Walter Chappell; Imogen Cunningham; William Wegman (many); et al. Excellent condition. $30.
145. Poland. Iwaszkiewicz, Jaroslaw. Gory Polskie w fotografii artystycznej. Warsaw, 1973. [224 aesthetically pleasing images, mostly landscapes in black and white]. Good+ w. dj chipped on back. $25.
145a. Popular Photography. The Best of Popular Photography edited by Harvey V. Fondiller. Ziff-Davis, 1979. 1st printing. Fine cloth with very good protected dust jacket. Large heavy volume with dozens of articles dating back to 1937. Robert Capa; Victor Keppler; Dorothea Lange; Henri Cartier-Bresson; Ansel Adams on “My 50 Years in Photography”; Arnold Newman; Edward Steichen; Margaret Bourke-White on her book, You Have Seen Their Faces; Edward Weston; W. Eugene Smith; Alfred Stieglitz; Paul Strand; Andreas Feininger; Andre Kertesz; Weegee; Fritz Henle; Ken Heyman; Kirlian photos; Philippe Halsman; Beaumont Newhall; Nadar; Lenses; Japanese cameras; Leica cameras; International Center of Photography - ICP; Holography; Andre de Dienes; David Douglas Duncan; Alfred Eisenstaedt; John Steinbeck; Wilson Hicks; Cornell Capa; Eaton Lothrop, Jr.; Itinerant daguerreotypists; Bob Schwalberg; Ken Poli; John G. Morris; Arthur Goldsmith; LIFE magazine; Arthur Rothstein; Edwin H. Land; et al. Divided in sections on Personalities; Techniques; PHotojournalism; Moving Images; Viewpoints; Careers; History; Index. Plus portfolios of black-and-white and color photographs. Excellent reference on history of photography. $15.
145b. Another copy, ex-library, rebound in like new library binding, no spine label, half of title page and rear flyleaf missing. $5.
145b. Porter, Eliot. Birds of North America. A&W Visual Library, . Large format, 140pp. paperback with many photos in black-and-white and color. [Includes the classic account of how Porter, in order to photograph the Cape May Warbler in its nest, gradually cut three-foot sections out of the tree trunk until it was six feet off the ground.] VG+, $10.
145c. Porter, Eliot. Down the Colorado. Diary of the First Trip through the Grand Canyon by John Wesley Powell, 1869. Eliot Porter. Photographs and Epilogue. E.P. Dutton, 1969, 1st printing. Large (10x14 inch) Quarto, 168 pages, orange cloth, with minor wear at extremities, small soiled spot on rear cover, and bookplate of previous owner on flyleaf. No dust jacket. Beautiful color and black and white reproductions on heavyweight glossy paper. Beautifully printed, oversize book written by the famous one-armed explorer about his trip down the river in 1869. Eliot Porter was one of the major scenic photographers of the 20th century. He produced many books of his work, including In Wildness Is the Preservation of the World, The Place No One Knew, Baja California, Summer Island, Forever Wild, Galapagos: The Flow of Wildness, Appalachian Wilderness, Antarctica, Birds of North America, The Tree Where Man Was Born: The African Experience, Moments of Discovery, and others. Porter was closely associated with Alfred Stieglitz early in his career. His archives are at the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. $15.
145c.a. Porter, Eliot. Down the Colorado. Diary of the First Trip through the Grand Canyon by John Wesley Powell, 1869. Eliot Porter. Photographs and Epilogue. E.P. Dutton, 1969, 1st printing. Large (10x14 inch) Quarto, 168 pages, orange cloth, with a trifle wear on edges, end papers with light foxing, small rubber stamp of previous owner inside front cover, very good protected dust jacket. Beautiful color and black and white reproductions on heavyweight glossy paper. Beautifully printed, oversize book written by the famous one-armed explorer about his trip down the river in 1869. Eliot Porter was one of the major scenic photographers of the 20th century. He produced many books of his work, including In Wildness Is the Preservation of the World, The Place No One Knew, Baja California, Summer Island, Forever Wild, Galapagos: The Flow of Wildness, Appalachian Wilderness, Antarctica, Birds of North America, The Tree Where Man Was Born: The African Experience, Moments of Discovery, and others. Porter was closely associated with Alfred Stieglitz early in his career. His archives are at the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. $30.
145c.b. Porter, Eliot. Down the Colorado. Diary of the First Trip Through the Grand Canyon by John Wesley Powell. Photographs and Epilogue by Eliot Porter. NY: E.P. Dutton, 1969. 168 pages. Orange cloth with gold imprint on spine. 1st edition, 2nd printing. Fine with acetate protected dust jacket that has a small chip in one corner and minor other wear to extremities and a light crease on inner rear flap. Issued at $30, dust jacket not price clipped. Beautifully printed, oversize book written by the famous one-armed explorer about his trip down the river in 1869. Eliot Porter was one of the major scenic photographers of the 20th century. He produced many books of his work, including In Wildness Is the Preservation of the World, The Place No One Knew, Baja California, Summer Island, Forever Wild, Galapagos: The Flow of Wildness, Appalachian Wilderness, Antarctica, Birds of North America, The Tree Where Man Was Born: The African Experience, Moments of Discovery, and others. Porter was closely associated with Alfred Stieglitz early in his career. His archives are at the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. $20.
145c.d. Porter, Eliot. Eliot Porter's Southwest. Holt, Rinehart and Wilson, 1985. 1st printing. Very good with small area of damp staining on outside of top corners, not affecting dust jacket or inside of book. Protected dust jacket has light indentations where someone used it as a writing support, only visible on close examination. Porter's only book in black-and-white, very presentable copy. $45.
145d. Porter, Eliot.: The African Experience by Peter Matthiessen (text) and Eliot Porter (photos). Dutton, 1972. This is the true first edition bound in brown cloth, dust jacket with publisher's prices at the top AND bottom of the front flap. (Book club edition was in tan cloth.) Condition: vg+ except ex-library with mylar covered dust jacket, spine labels, rear flyleaf removed. Shipping weight approx. 4.5 pounds. $15.
145e. Portraits. One of a Kind. Portraits from the LaSalle Bank Photography Collection. Essay by Carol Ehlers. LaSalle Bank, 2006. distributed by D.A.P. Like new except long thin scratch on back cover of dust jacket, not very noticeable under the new dust jacket protector. No marks or other defects. Large format book, well printed and designed. Photographers include August Sander; Walker Evans; Mike Disfarmer; Julie Moos; Richard Avedon; Edward Weston; Julia Margeret Cameron; Cindy Sherman; William Klein; Gordon Parks; Eduard van der Elsken; Rineke Dijkstra; Jitka Hanzlova; Meridel Rubenstein; David Hilliard; Roy DeCarava; Larry Sultan; Thomas Struth; Tina Barney; Carrie Mae Weems; Nicholas Nixon; Diane Arbus; Chao Chan; Rip Hopkins; David Hockney; Stephen Shore; Dawoud Bey; Ben Gest; Philip-Lorca diCorcia; Henri Cartier-Bresson; Phlippe Halsmann; Tina Barney; Manuel Alvarez Bravo; Chuck Stewart; Dieter Appelt; Arno Nollen; Edward Steichen; Man Ray; Seydou Keita. $10.
146. Pratt, Richard and Edward Steichen. Gardens in Color: How to Plan a Succession of Bloom. Garden City Publishing, 1944. (Color photos by Steichen.) vg with edge-worn dj. $55.
147. Purcell, Rosamond Wolff. Half-Life. Godine, 1980. 1st edition, fine in original red cloth with small remainder mark at bottom of text block near spine. Protected dust jacket is very good with a bit of wear at extremities and a small scuff. $15.
148. Rauschenberg, Robert. Rauschenberg Photographs. Pantheon, 1981. 1st U.S. edition, also published in France, for which this publication was issued in connection with an exhibition at the Centre Beaubourg in Paris. Very good, with trace of foxing on preliminary title page, in very good protected dust jacket, that has two minuscule closed tears on top edge and a crimp on inside of front flap. [A copy of this book sold at the #1971Swann auction in 2003 for $175, plus buyer's premium.] $75.
148a. Regnault, Victor. Victor Regnault and the Advance of Photography: the Art of Avoiding Errors by Laurie Dahlberg. Princeton University Press. [The most complete book yet available on a leading calotype photographer of the 1850s in France, with high quality reproductions.] 1st edition, 1st printing. Like new with protected dust jacket. $20.
148aa. Riboud, Marc. Visions of China. (Superb images, 1957-1980). Pantheon, 1980. 1st U.S. ed., minor wr. on price clipped dj., o/w fine. $75.
148b. Richards, Eugene. Stepping Through the Ashes. [Aftermath of 9/11 at the World Trade Center, poignant documentary.] 1st printing. Aperture, 2002. 192 pages. Fine with near fine protected dust jacket with price sticker on verso. $30.
149. Ries, Linda A., ed. History of Photography in Pennsylvania. Special Issue of Pennsylvania History, 64:2 (Spring 1997). [Includes articles on Marcus Aurelius Root, Francis L. Cooper (amateur) , early Pittsburgh photographers, John F. Nice, Elias Goldensky, Thomas Eakins, early oil industry, Mifflin and Engle, Black daguerreotypist Glenalvin J. Goodridge, Julius Sachse, and the Raymond Holland Collection. Winner of the 1997 MARAC Arline Custer Award for publications.] Signed by one of the authors, Gary Saretzky. 356pp. $20.
149a. Riis, Jacob. How the Other Half Lives. Studies Among the Tenements of New York. With 100 Photographs from the Riis Collection. Dover, 1971. Reprint of the 1890 edition with additional photographs. The original edition had 38 redrawn photographs while this edition has 100 half-tones and is a fuller realization of Riis' intentions. Wraps, as issued, vg+, $10.
149b. Riis, Jacob. How the Other Half Lives (1890). Introduction by Donald N. Bigelow. Hill and Wang, 1957, first edition thus. Wraps. Ex-library, well worn, acceptable. This edition is text only, no illustrations. $5.
150. Riis, Jacob. The Making of an American. [Autobiography of one of the pioneers of social documentary photography. Includes images from Riis' earlier book, How the Other Half Lives.] Macmillan, March 1902 [first issued in 1901, reprinted many times later]. Nonauthorial 1902 gift inscription on flyleaf, blue cloth binding w. gilt lettering, worn extremities, o/w vg. With 1966 Harper Torchback paperback edition with biographical essay by Roy Lubove, this is a worn ex-library copy very useful as a reading copy. Illustrations are higher quality in the 1902 edition. Both volumes, $50.
150a. Robinson, David. Saving Graces: Images of Women in European Cemeteries. Foreword by Joyce Carol Oates. W.W. Norton, 1995. 1st printing in wraps, very good with a bit of curling to front wrapper, else fine. $15.95 price sticker on verso. $5.
150a.1. Rodchenko, Alexander. Schaaktafel, 1925: Bouwplaat, schaal 1:7 = Chess table, 1925 : paper model, scale 1:7. Thoth Publishing, 1989. [Not a photography book but Rodchenko was also a photographer. New in shrink-wrap. Museum store price label on back of item. Never opened. Includes 1:7 paper model of Rodchenko's design for the Great International Exhibition for Applied and Industrial Arts in Paris, 1925. Includes booklet with drawings of some of the pieces so that these can be reconstructed. Also comes with chess pieces which enable playing a game of mini-chess. Scarce.] $995.
150aa. Rogers, Kenny. Kenny Rogers. Your Friends and Mine. [Oversize, more than 11x14 inches, celebrity studio portraits by the singer and photographer, his second book of photographs. Subjects include Michael Jackson, Linda Gray, Burt Bachrach and Carole Bayer Sager, Kirk Douglas, Jimmy Stewart, President Gerald Ford, John Huston, Jaclyn Smith, Dick Clark, Elton John, Julie Harris, President Ronald Reagan, Dudley Moore, Morgan Fairchild, Alexander Godunov, Catherine Oxenberg, Bruce Boxleitner, Bob Hope, Sylvester Stallone, Ray Chalres, Yousuf Karsh, Dionne Warwick, Larry Bird, Phil Collins, Burt Reynolds, and many others.] Little, Brown, 1987. 1st ed. Very good with small annotations inside rear cover with very good dust jacket. $25.
150aaa. Same, ex-library, no spine label on dust jacket, card pocket on rear flyleaf, no markings on pages of book, fine/fine except as noted. $12.50.
151. Rogovin, Milton. Brutvan, Cheryl A., Robert J. Doherty, and Fred Licht. Milton Rogovin: The Forgotten Ones. [Retrospective of Rogovin's photographs of the working class; includes interview with the photographer.] University of Washington, 1985. Wraps, crease in lower right corner, o/w vg+. $35.
151.01. Roma, Thomas. Higher Ground. D.A.P., 1998. Introduction by Ian Frazier. Essay by Ellen Handy. ISBN 1-891024-00-0. [Black-and-white photographs taken in and from elevated trains in New York City.] Hardcover with dust jacket, as new, still in shrinkwrap. Issued at $45. SOLD
151.1. Roma, Thomas. Sicilian Passage. Introduction by Sandra S. Phillips. Afterword by Anna Roma. powerHouse, 2003. 1st ed., fine with protected dust jacket, as new. Thomas Roma has been awarded two Guggenheim fellowships and has had solo exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art and the International Center of Photography in New York. Currently (2009) Director of Photography at Columbia University, he has also taught at Yale, Fordham, Cooper Union, and the School of Visual Arts. Sicilian Passage is one of his first ten books. As stated by Mary Ellen Mark on the back of the dust jacket, "This book is a timeless view into a landscape and its people. Thomas Roma's eloquent photographs of Sicily are like beautiful poems about a land that he loves." $25.
151.1a. Rosskam, Edwin. San Francisco: West Coast Metropolis. The Face of America. Alliance, 1939. Introduction by William Saroyan. [See also 151a below.] Cloth, vg+ , previous owner's bookplate inside cover, with good dust jacket (hard to find with any kind of dust jacket). $40.
151.2. Rosskam, Edwin. Washington: Nerve Center. The Face of America. Alliance, 1939. Introduction by Eleanor Roosevelt. Co-edited by Ruby Black. [See also 151a below.] Cloth, vg+ , previous owner's bookplate inside cover, with good+ dust jacket (hard to find with any kind of dust jacket). $40.
151.3. Rosskam, Edwin. Washington: Nerve Center. The Face of America. Alliance, 1939. Introduction by Eleanor Roosevelt. Co-edited by Ruby Black. [See also 151a below.] Cloth, vg+, slight fading to orange cloth binding, no dust jacket. $20.
151.4. Rosskam, Edwin and Louise. Towboat River. Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1948. 1st edition. [The last of the Rosskams' documentary photography books and the only one in which Louise Rosskam is fully credited on the title page.] Cloth, no dust jacket, near very good. With The Photo Review, 25th Anniversary Issue, 24:1 & 2 (Winter/Spring 2001) that includes"Bliss on the Old Miss: The Rosskams and Towboat River," by Gary D. Saretzky and signed by him on the cover. Both items, $25.
151a. Rosskam. Gary D. Saretzky, "She Worked Her Head Off: Edwin and Louise Rosskam & the Golden Age of Documentary Photography Books," in The Photo Review, 23:3 (Summer 2000). [First of three part article; this one covers the Rosskams' early lives and their first two books, San Francisco: West Coast Metropolis and Washington: Nerve Center.] Part two: " Documenting Diversity: Edwin Rosskam & the Photo Book, 1940-1941, covering As Long as the Grass Shall Grow, Home Town, and 12 Million Black Voices in 23:4 (Fall 2000). Part three: "Bliss on the Old Miss: The Rosskams and Towboat River," 24:1& 2 (Winter/Spring 2001). Signed by author. $10 each, order any or all.
151aa. Roth, Andrew. The Book of 101 Books. Seminal Photographic Books of the Twentieth Century. Catalog and essays by Vince Aletti, Richard Benson, May Castleberry, Jeffrey Fraenkel, Daido Moriyama, Shelley Rice, David Levi Strauss, and Neville Wakefield. PPP Editions/Roth Horowitz LLP. 1st trade edition, 2001. [Essential reference, 305 pages, profusely illustrated, commonly cited as "Roth 101" in bookseller listings. Comparable copy sold at Photo-Eye auction in 2010 for $385. Near fine with small bump at top of spine and corresponding small wrinkle in protected dust jacket. $200.
151b. Rothstein, Arthur. Photojournalism. Pictures for Magazines and Newspaper. Amphoto, 1956. 1st ed. [Arthur Rothstein worked for Roy Stryker at the Farm Security Administration before moving on to Look Magazine, where he was Technical Director at the time of this book. Includes photos by Rothstein, Joe Rosenthal, Fred Hanson, Joseph Costa, Max Desfor, Paul Nadar, Edweard Muybridge, Frank Bauman, et al. This copy is signed by the late Trenton, NJ, photographer, M.W. Barish.] vg+, no dj, $30.
151bb. Rothstein, Arthur. Photojournalism. Pictures for Magazines and Newspaper. Amphoto, 1974. 3rd revised ed. [Arthur Rothstein worked for Roy Stryker at the Farm Security Administration before moving on to Look Magazine, where he became Technical Director. Includes photos by Rothstein, Joe Rosenthal, Fred Hanson, Joseph Costa, Max Desfor, Paul Nadar, Edweard Muybridge, Frank Bauman, et al.] Ex-library, mylar covered dust jacket taped to book, spine lael, rear flyleaf removed, worn tips. [Note: dust jacket refers to 4th edition but this is erroneous and the dust jacket is the one that came with the third edition.]$5.
151c. Royalty. Patrick Montague-Smith. The Country Life Book of the Royal Silver Jubilee. London: Hamlyn, 1976. [Queen Elizabeth, Prince Phillip, the Queen Mother, the Royal Children, The Royal Family Tree, etc., profusely illus. in color and black-and-white.] 175pp. Fine w. vg+ dj. $10.
151d. Rubinfien, Leo. A Map of the East. Afterword by Donald Ritchie. David R. Godine, 1992. [Photographs of Japan; China; Hong Kong; Thailand; Indonesia; India; Borneo.] 1st edition in stiff wraps, vg+ with small crimp on cover. Issued at $25. $6.
151e. Russell, Andrew J. Russell's Civil War Photographs. 116 Historic Prints by Andrew J. Russell. With a preface by Joe Buberger and Matthew Isenberg. NY: Dover, 1982. Wraps, 9x12 inches, near fine reprint with $7.95 original price, $13. Another copy, 1st ed. with original $6.95 price, vg with a few crimps on cover, $10. Another copy, 1st ed. with original $6.95 price, VG- with moderate edgewear and darkening at edges of covers, $5.
151ee. Russell, Andrew J. Westward to Promontory. Building the Union Pacific across the plains and mountains. A Pictorial Documentary with text by Barry B. Combs. Illustrated with reproductions of A.J. Russell photographs made with 10 x 13 collodion wet plate negatives. Essential book on the history of railroads and Russell’s western landscape photography. Before he did these photos, A.J. Russell was active as a photographer during the Civil War. He is considered one of the major figures in Western United States landscape photography in the nineteenth century. Important book for both the history of railroads and the history of photography. Promontory Press, copyright 1969. 0883940116 ISBN. Fine with very good chipped and edge worn dust jacket. There are three small pieces of the dust jacket missing on the top and bottom edges, the largest on the back about one inch in diameter. $15.
151e.1. Russia. Contemporary Photographic Art from Moscow. Edited by Alexander Tolnay. Prestel-Verlag, 1995. Stiff illustrated wraps with custom made 4-mil polyester jacket. Includes plates by 18 different photographers or groups of photographers, as well as essays by Tolnay, Yekaterina Dyogot, Kathrin Becker, Barbara Barsch, Angel Lammert. Large format, 128 pages. Photographers include Boris Mikhailov, Igor Moukhin, Vadim Fishkin, Alexei Goga, Sergei Leontiev, Tatyana Liberman, Ilya Piganov, Maria Serebriakova, Alexei Shulgin, Anatoli Shuravlev, AES Group, Yuri Babich, Gor Chahal, Olga Chernysheva, Vladislav Efimov, Fenso Group, IV Vysota Group. Fine condition, like new. $20.
Livres de Photographie. Libros de Fotografia. Fotografie-Bucher. Libri di Fotografia. Fotobocker. Photography Books.