Photography Books. Landscape Photography to Nathan Lyons.
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, 1992. 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.1.1. Landscape Photography. Pioneers of Landscape Photography: Gustave Le Gray, Carleton E. Watkins. J. Paul Getty Museum, 1993. 1st ed., illustrated boards, not issued with dust jacket. Texts by Martin Sonnabend, Weston J. Naef, and Margret Stuffman in both English and German. 128 pages. Very good plus with minor shelf wear and slight bowing of boards, as often found with this book, in custom made polyester jacket. $27.50.
100a.1.1. Landscape Photography. Pioneers of Landscape Photography: Gustave Le Gray, Carleton E. Watkins. J. Paul Getty Museum, 1993. 1st ed., illustrated boards, not issued with dust jacket. Texts by Martin Sonnaben, Weston J. Naef, and Margret Stuffman in both English and German. 128 pages. Very good plus with minor shelf wear in custom made polyester jacket. $27.50.
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. Issued at $35. 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. 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; Friedlander; 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.
105b. Same, near fine, 8th printing, wraps, $10.
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, as issued, 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, $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.