Photography Books. Robert Fanstone to Paul Fusco.
70c. Fanstone, Robert M. Modern Miniature Cameras. Second Edition. London & Glasgow: Blackie and Son Ltd., 1947. [35mm practice, inc. cameras (e.g. Leica, Super Ikonta, Contax), films, focussing, exposure, processing, enlarging, and making lantern slides.] 97 pp. with 12 plates on glossy paper. Spot of water damage on top front edge of dust jacket, minimally affecting blue cloth on book. $8.50.
70d. Farb, Nathan. The Russians: An American Photographer Looks at the Soviet People. Foreword by Harrison E. Salisbury. Barrons, 1980. [79 striking black-and-white portraits, one to a page.] 1st ed., wraps, as issued. Clear tape in rear hinge, six digit number stamped at top of last page, otherwise vg with a couple of crimps on rear cover. $20.
70e. Fardon, G.R. San Francisco in the 1850s: 33 Photographic Views by G.R. Fardon, with an introduction by Robert A. Sobieszek. International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House/Dover Publications, 1977. [Reprint of Fardon's very rare San Francisco Album. Photographs of the Most Beautiful Views and Public Buildings of San Francisco (1856), of which only two copies were in public collections in 1977.] Illustrated wraps, as issued, water damaged, stain on inside back cover, small area of damage to last photo, last few pages rippled. $5.
71a.1 Farm Security Administration. O'Neal, Hank; Shahn, Bernarda (Foreword); Taylor, Paul S. (Afterword). A Vision Shared. A Classic Portrait of America and Its People, 1935-1943. St. Martin's, 1976. 1st ed., very fine with very fine dust jacket. Includes photographs by photographers such as Arthur Rothstein; Theodore Jung, Ben Shahn,; Walker Evans; Dorothea Lange; Carl Mydans; Russell Lee; Marion Post Wolcott; Jack Delano; and John Collier. Unmarked, from the library of documentary photographer Sol Libsohn. $250.
71a.2. Farm Security Administration. Pare Lorentz. 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 worn at extremities, lacks the scarce dust jacket. Signature of original owner on front flyleaf. SOLD
71a. Farm Security Administration. Stryker, Roy and Nancy Wood. In This Proud Land: America 1935-1943 as Seen in the FSA Photographs. Gallahad, 1973. [A significant resource: Stryker's own account of the FSA photography project, with a selection of his favorite photographs from the file.] Fine w. vg dj that has a couple of small closed tears. $50.
71aa. Feininger, Andreas. Basic Color Photography, 1972 [in Chinese translation] plus Robert B. Rhode and Floyd H. McCall, Introduction to Photography, Second Edition, Macmillan [in Chinese translation]. Both books are in stiff illustrated wraps in vg condition, slight damp stain at top edge of front cover and last few pages of Feininger book. Scarce in Chinese language editions. $20.
71aaa. Fernandez, Benedict J. Protest Photographs, 1963-1995. Editions Stemmle, 1996. New, mint copy in original shrinkwrap, hardcover with dust jacket. $50.
71aaaa. Fielding, Jed. City of Secrets: Photographs of Naples. Foreword by Denise Miller. Essays by Shirley Hazzard and Nan Richardson. [Monograph of black-and-white photographs by a former student of Aaron Siskind and harry Callahan at the Rhode Island School of Design.] Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College Chicago, and Takarajima Books, 1997. 1st ed., near fine with dustjacket. Issued at $40. $32.
71.1. Fine, Jo Renee. The Synagogues of New York's Lower East Side. Photographs by Jo Renee Fine. Text by Gerard R. Wolfe. Introduction by Harry Golden. Washington Mews Books (A Division of New York University Press), 1978. [Includes history of Jews in New York City beginning in 1654, Reformers and Traditionalists, Growth and Decline of East Side Jewish Community, Era of Mass Immigration, Chronology of Major Hebrew Congregations, Maps of Lower East Side Synagogues and Small Synagoguges North of Houston Street, the Great Synagogues, the Small Synagogues North and South of Houston Street, Shtieblach, Former Synagogues. Photographs, often several of each, include Congregation Khal Adas Heshuruan with Anshe Lubz; Beth Hamedrash Hogodol; Bialystoker Synagogue; First Roumanian-American Congregation; Congregation Chasam Sopher; Congregation Beth Hakneesseth Mogen Avraham and Rozwadwer Synagogue; Congregation Sons of Israel Kalwarie; Congregation Anshe Slonim; Erste Warshawer Congregation; Congregation Kehila Kodosha Janina; Congregation Beth Haknesseth Etz chaim Anshe Wolozin; Rabbis at House of Sages; Congregation Senier and Wilno; Young Israel Synagogue; East Side Torah Center; Downtown Talmud Torah Center; Congregation Bnai Jacob Anshe Brzezan; Congregation Anshe Baranove; Congregation Beth Mamedrash Hagodol Anshe Ungarn; Congregation Bnai Rappaport Anshe Rembrava; Congregation Ahavath Yeshuruan Shara Torah; Congregation Adas Yisroel Anshe Mezeritch; Congregation Tiferreth Israel; Congregation Kochob Jacob Anshe Kamenetz Lite; Congregation Bnai Moses Joseph Zavichost-Zosmer; Independent Kletzker Brotherly Aid Society; Mishkan Israel Suwalki Synagogue; Anshe Ileya Synagogue; Anshe Tifereth Jershelaim Synagogue; Hester Street synagogue.] Ex-library, hard cover with dust jacket, discard stamps, missing half of rear flyleaf where card pocket removed, piece missing from bottom of dust jacket spine replaced with photocopy, tape evidence where former dust jacket protector taped to book, clean, little evidence of wear. Scarce, $75.
71.1.a. Same as above, excellent ex-library copy, no discard stamps, with perfect dustjacket (no label), card pocket on rear flyleaf, tape evidence where former dust jacket protector taped to book. $125.
71.1.b. Fink, Larry. Picture Magazine #15. Of Light and Myth and Dream. David Boss, ed., 1980. 11x16 inches. Cover and first portfolio by Larry Fink. SIGNED and dated by Larry Fink in 1980 inside cover. Also photographs by Dennis Darmek, Roy De Carava, Melanie Nissen, Nicholas Nixon, Todd Papageorge, John Running, Guy Webster, and Herb Weitman. Small area of indentations on rear cover, overall very good. $50.
71.1.c. Fink, Larry. Runway. Introduction by Guy Trebay. powerHouse, 2000. 1st edition. SIGNED. [Fashion world, with photographs of Fashion Week, Bluemarine, Fall Collections, Thierry Mugler Haute Couture, Gucci, and other events that include people like George Plimpton, Steve Marino, Vincent Gallo, Diane Von Furstenberg, David Bowie, Annette de la Renta, Linda Evangelista, Gianni Versaci, Donna Karan, and others.] Hardcover, cloth with protected dust jacket, fine/fine. Issued at $60. SOLD
71b. Fink, Peter. The San Francisco I Love. Photography by Peter Fink. Introduction by Mayor Joseph L. Alioto. Text and captions by Joyce Peterson. NY: Tudor, 1970. Beautifully printed black-and-white illustrations by Braun in Mulhouse and color by Imprimerie Moderne du Lion in Paris. A near fine copy with just a trace of foxing on cloth of spine. No dj. $5.
71c. Fiore, Clem. The Vanishing New Jersey Landscape. Rutgers University Press, 1994. 2nd printing, 1995. Fine, black cloth binding, with near fine dust jacket. Superb black-and-white landscapes, particularly of Montgomery Township. $25. Another copy, ex-library, fine with protected dust jacket, also 2nd printing, 1995. $5
71c.1. Fontcuberta, Joan. Joan Fontcuberta 55. Phaidon, 2001. Wraps, stamped "non-mint copy" on title page but like new with no obvious flaws. Texts by Christian Caujolle. $5.
71c.2. Forss, George. New York/New York: Masterworks of a Street Peddler. Photographs by George Forss. Presented by David Douglas Duncan. McGraw Hill, 1984. Hardcover with dust jacket. Ex-library with tape marks on red cloth where former dust jacket protector affixed to book. Usual library markings on book. No spine label on dust jacket which has a few minor indentations, otherwise fine. Duncan here champions the black-and-white photographs of George Forss, whom he came across selling his photos on the sidewalks of New York City. Issued at $19.95. $5.
71d. Fox, Jon Gilbert. New Hampshire Patterns. Photos by Jon Gilbert Fox. Text by Ernest Hebert. University Press of New England, 2007. [Chapters on Encounters with Presidential Candidates; Motorcycle Music in a Cold Climate; Stranger in Town; Dream of Fields; Confessions of a Recovering Fly-Fishing Addict; The Web Boy: Working in a Textile Mill; Yard Sale: Harmless or Subversive?; Nature Patterns, including Toucing It and Lakes and Ponds. SIGNED on title page. 1st printing. Fine with near fine dust jacket that has a touch of rubbing. $20.
71e. Franck, Martine. Martine Franck: One Day to the Next. Introduction by John Berger. Aperture, 1998. [A member of Magnum since 1980, Franck shares with her husband, Henri Cartier-Bresson, the love of "the decisive moment" kind of photography.] 1st printing of 1st U.S. edition. Like new in hardcover with protected dust jacket. $40.
Frank with Walker Evans -- see Evans.
72a. Frank, Robert. Black, White and Things. [First publication of a book of original prints Frank put together in 1952.] National Gallery of Art/Scalo, 1994. Stiff wraps, as issued, near fine. $25.
72aa. Frank, Robert. Flamingo. The 1996 Hasselblad Award. Scalo, 1997. Hardcover, fine with protected vg+ dust jacket. Presumed 1st edition, no later editions or printings indicated. $50.
72.1a. Frank, Robert. Moving Out. National Gallery of Art/Scalo, 1994. Foreword by Earl A. Powell, III, and texts (in English) by Philip Brookman, W.S. Di Piero, Martin Gasser, Sarah Greenough and John Hanhardt. Includes a chronology, list of selected exhibitions of photographs and films, list of films, list of works exhibited and bibliography. A comprehensive monograph on Robert Frank's work, issued in conjuction with exhibition that toured 1994-1996. 336 pp. First edition. Cloth, with dust jacket. As new, $60.
72.1aa. Frank, Robert. Robert Frank. Aperture History of Photography Series No. 2. Aperture, 1976. Illustrated white paper over boards with cover photo taken in Hoboken. No price on rear cover as sometimes seen. With chronology written by Robert Frank. Introductory essay Rudolph Wurlitzer. Very good with moderate wear on bottom of spine and splits in paper along the hinge along spine exterior as often found in this series of 15 titles. $20.
72.1aaa. Freed, Leonard. Leonard Freed. Made in Germany. New York: Grossman, 1970. 1st printing. Stiff illustrated wraps. Very good condition with two small crimps on the back cover. 124 black-and-white photographs of German people by the master photographer taken in Berlin, Hannover, Lubeck Kiel, Frankfurt am Main, Baden-Baden, Darmstadt, Travemunde, Karlsruhe, Bonn, Meersburg am Bodensee, Stuttgart, Kurhessen, Westfalen, Munsterland, Lippstadt, Tegernsee, Koln, Munchen, Dusseldorf, Bochum, Bergischland, Freiburg im Breisgau, Bavaria, Duisburg, Hamburg, Leverkusen, Waldbrohl, Bergischland, Siegerland, Leverkusen, Sindelfingen, Baden Wurttemberg, Bochum, Ruhrgebiet, Dortmund, Gelsenkirchen, Hessen, Neuss, Kochelsee, Heiligenberg, and other locations. $20.
72.1.aaaa. Freedman, Jill. A Time That Was: Irish Moments. Friendly Press, 1987. 1st ed., unstated. Fine with signature of previous owner in vg+ protected dust jacket that has a bit of wear at edges. Wonderful photos of pub life in Ireland, etc. $15.
72.1aaaaa. Freund, Gisele. The World in My Camera by Gisele Freund. Translated by June Guicharnaud. Dial Press, 1974. 1st U.S. edition. [Autobiography of the photographer with many illustrations of black-and-white photographs of France, Mexico, Tierra del Fuego, and other places, and portraits in color and black-and-white of artists, writers, and others, such as Marcel Duchamp, Andre Malraux, Pierre Bonnard, Colette, Andre Gide, James Joyce, Henri Matisse, Francois Mauriac, Henry Miller, Eva Peron, Romain Roland, Victoria Sackville-West, Diego Rivera, Jean-Paul Sartre, George Bernard Shaw, H.G. Wells, and Virginia Woolf.] ex-library, vg with edge wear, no label on dust jacket which has a chip at the top of spine. $10.
72.1.1. Friedlander, Lee. American Musicians. Interviews with Ruth Brown and Steve Lacy. Preface by Joel Dorn. D.A.P., 2000. [Photographs of Roy Acuff, Cannonball Adderley, Mose Allison, Louis Armstrong, Chet Baker, Count Basie, Solomon Burke, Johnny Cash, Ray Charles, Don Cherry, June Christie, Nat King Cole, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Paul Desmond, Snooks Eaglin, Billy Eckstine, Ella Fitzgerald, Flatt & Scruggs, Left Frizzell, Dizzy Gillespie, Coleman Hawkins, Roland Kirk, Earth Kitt, Charles Mingus, Gerry Mulligan, Wilson Pickett, Frank Sinatra, Sonny Stitt, Sarah Vaughan, Dinah Washington, Doc Watson, Joe Williams, Tammy Wynette, Lester Young, and many more.] 1st ed., hard cover with dust jacket, fine ex-library copy with fine dust jacket (no label), partial rear flyleaf where card pocket removed, no rubber stamps. $25.
72.1.1a. Friedlander, Lee. Lee Friedlander Self Portrait. Foreword by John Szarkowski. D.A.P., 1998. Reprint, 2nd ed., including additional material first published in this redesigned second edition. Wraps. Near fine. $30.
Friedlander, Lee -- See also Arbus.
72.1.2. Frith, Francis. Douglas R. Nickel. Francis Frith in Egypt and Palestine: A Victorian Photographer Abroad. 85 plates, plus other illustrations, 240 pages. Details Friths's travels in 1858-1860, with background and context. Princeton University Press, 2004. 1st printing. Fine with fine dustjacket, as new in original shrinkwrap. Issued at $67.50. $50.
72.2. Fulton, Jack. 2 Saunters: Summer and Winter 1978. A catena of photography and words by Jack Fulton. San Rafael, California: Pencil Press, 1986. ISBN 0-9615565-0-7. Signed on front flyleaf. Large format artist's book. Near fine, $50.
72.2a. Fusco, Paul. Photo Essay: Paul Fusco & Will McBride: How to Communicate with Pictures. Masters of Contemporary Photography series. Petersen's, 1974. Wraps, good. $5.