Photography Books. Deli Saciloto to John Szarkowski.

 

151f. Sacilotto, Deli. Photographic Printmaking Techniques. NY: Watson-Guptill, 1982. ISBN 0-8230-4006-2. 1st printing, hardcover, fine, with very good protected dust jacket with wear to extremities. [Includes color portfolio, history of photographic printmaking, camera work, photolithography, photo-etching, photo-screen techniques, unusual photographic print processes (carbon printing, cyanotype, Van Dyke Brown prints {a.k.a. Kallitype}, Kwik-Print, cliche-verre), formulas, sources of supplies, glossary, bibliography, index. Illustrations in color by Andy Warhol (dust jacket cover), James Rosenquist, C.J. Yao, Edward Ruscha, Ken Price, Richard Graf, Deli Sacilotto, John Cage, Joan Snyder, Robert Rauschenberg, Donald Saff. Considered by some to be the best book published on this subject.] $100.

151f.1. Salomon, Erich. Erich Salomon: Portrait of an Age. Essay by Peter Hunter-Salomon. Macmillan, 1967. Hardcover with protected dust jacket. 1st American edition. A vg+ copy with vg dustjacket that has a few small chips at extremities. [Salomon was the first "candid camera" photographer. With remarkable chutzpah, he gained access to high level political meetings and even the U.S. Supreme Court and took pictures without his subjects' knowledge. Some of the people who appear in this book include Vilma Banky, French Premier Leon Blum, Sen. William E. Borah, Prussian Prime Minister Otto Braun, French Foreign Minister, Aristide Briand, British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, Winston Churchill, Marion Davies, Marlene Dietrich, Albert Einstein, King Fuad of Egypt, Dr. Joseph Goebbels, Emperor Haile Selassie, William Randolph Hearst, Princess Juliana (later Queen) of the Netherlands, French Premier Pierre Laval, Max Liebermann, Soviet Foreign Minister Maxim Litvinov, English Prime Minister David Lloyd George, President of Reichstag Paul Lobe, English Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald, Thomas Mann, Heinrich Mann, Dr. Otto Meissner, Benito Mussolini, Fritjof Nansen, Count Oberndorff, Cardinal Eugenio Pacelli (later Pope), German Chancellor Franz von Papen, Auguste Piccard, French Premier Raymond Poincare, Dolores del Rio, Owen J. Roberts, Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Max Schmeling, Upton Sinclair, Governor Alfred E. Smith, Richard Strauss, Igor Stravinsky, Arturo Toscanini, Bruno Walter, ex-Queen Wilhelmina of Netherlands, Klara Zetkin, et al. Declining an invitation to stay in America, he returned to Europe and died at Auschwitz in 1944.] $60.

 

151f.1a. Salzmann, Laurence. La Lucha. The Struggle. Santiago de Cuba. Photographs by Laurence Salzmann. Paintings by Luis el Estudiante. Introduction by Antonio Jose Ponte. Endorsement by Harry Belafonte. Blue Flower, 2007. 1st edition in illustrated boards. Not issue with dust jacket. SIGNED. [Produced in limited quantity, this very well designed book depicts youth in Cuba being trained to become wrestlers.] $25.

 

151.f.2. Sander Gallery. Catalogue 1. Sander Gallery, Washington, DC, 1979. Issued in an edition of 2,000. 80 pages of 105 photographs by well known photographers, biographies of photographers, and list of exhibitions in 1978-1979. Photographers include August Sander; Blossfeldt; Renger-Patzsch; Walter Peterhans; Grete Stern; Ellen Auerbach; Edmund Kesting; Bruguiere; Tabard; Kertesz; Frantisek Vobecky; Herbert List; Weege; Lisette Model; Blumenfeld; Sudek; Chargesheimer; Ellen Auerbach; Eliot Porter; Floris Neususs; Andre Gelpke; H. Ribesch; Larry Fink; Rosalind Solomon; Petr Helbich; William Christenberry; Helmut & Gabriele Nothhelfer; Wilhelm Schurmann; Joan Salinger; Arnold Kramer; W. Von Dem Bussche; Victor Schrager; Rudolfl Lichtsteiner. Fine with very minor edgewear. $50.

 

151.g. Sandler, Martin W. The Story of American Photography. An Illustrated History for Young People. [More than 200 photographs, including many not previously published. Includes the major figures, such as Daguerre, Mathew Brady, Jacob Riis, Timothy O'Sullivan, Walker Evans, Alfred Stieglitz, as well as others such as James Van Der Zee, Chansonetta Emmons, and Arthur Tress. Not a children's book, 318 pages.] Little, Brown, 1978. 1st ed. Ex-library with usual markings, wear to extremities on both cloth and dust jacket. $5.

 

151.g.1. Sandweiss, Martha, et al. Perpetual Mirage: Photographic Narratives of the Desert West. Whitney Museum, 1996. [Alexander Gardner; A.J. Russell; Clarence King; Wheeler; Edward S. Curtis; Charles Lummis; J. Smeaton Chase; Taos; Edward Weston; Dorothea Lange; Laura Gilpin; Robert Adams; Lewis Baltz; Richard Misrach]. 1st ed. in wraps, near fine. $25.

 

151h. Saretzky, Gary D. Blues Musicians, 2006-2010. 80 pages, hardcover with dust jacket. Photographs of musicans taken in New Jersey, Delaware, and Pennsylvania, some who live there and some on tour. See preview and order directly from http://www.blurb.com. (Easiest way to find on website is to search for Saretzky). Softcover and image wrap binding also available but please note that these do not include the four images and text on the inner flaps of the dust jacket. Musicans who appear in this book:

Regionally based (Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania):

Big Albert (a.k.a. Big Daddy)
Joe Becton
Georgie Bonds
Carol and Jeannie Brooks
Danny DeGennaro
Doug Brown
The Buicks
Don Butler
Skyla Burrell
Matt Daniels
Richard Ray Farrell
Roger Girke
Steve Guyger
Harry Jacobson
Cool Jazz
Little Buddy
Mikey Junior
Jeff Kline
Mike Lampe
Tom Larsen
lower case blues band
Woody Mann
Don Mayer
TJ Nix
Dave Piersig
Paul Plumeri
Jimmy Pritchard
Gina Sicilia
Father Dan Staniskis
Adam Stranburg
Mark Tomlinson
Veronica
Ed Wall
Ernie White
Joe Zook

Visiting Touring Musicians::

Big Time Sarah
Elvin Bishop
Deanna Bogart
C.C. Bronson
Chris Cain
Chubby Carrier
Tommy Castro
Eddie Clearwater
Murali Coryell
Keith Crossan
Kal David
Chris Duarte
Guitar Shorty
James Harman
John Lee Hooker, Jr.
Doug James
Alvin Jett
J-W Jones
Kilborn Alley Blues Band
Donald Kinsey
Smokin’ Joe Kubek and Bnois King
Little Charlie & the Nightcats
L’il Ed
Trudy Lynn
Magic Slim
Melanie Mason
Larry McCray
Mississippi Heat
Coco Montoya
Charlie Musselwhite
Marco Pandolfi
Roxy Perry
Ana Popovic
Michael Powers
Billy Price
Duke Robillard
David Sancious
Kim Simmonds
Studebaker John
Sugar Blue
Scot Sutherland
Linwood Taylor
Jimmy Thackery
Walter Trout
Joe Louis Walker
Jim Weider
Mike Zito

 

151h.1. Saretzky, Gary D. Blues Musicians 2, 2004-2013. 80 pages, hardcover with dust jacket. Photographs of musicans taken in New Jersey, Delaware, and Pennsylvania, some who live there and some on tour. See preview and order directly from http://www.blurb.com. (Easiest way to find on website is to search for Saretzky). Softcover and image wrap binding also available but please note that these do not include the four images and text on the inner flaps of the dust jacket. Musicans who appear in this book:

Regional:

Big Albert (a.k.a. Big Daddy)
April Mae
Georgie Bonds
Carol Brooks
Tony Buford
John Bushnell
Deb Callahan
Randy Carone
Barry Cary
Chris Chadwick
Gary Cogdell
Sue Collins
Matt Daniels
Joe D’Angelo
James Day
Danny DeGennaro
Guy DeRosa
Michael Eli
Richard Ray Farrell
Filthy Rich
Flourtown Fats
Jim Fogarty
Larry Ghorsi
Steve Guyger
Flamin’ Harry
Ryan Hartt
Billly Hector
Billy Holt
Dave Holtzman
Michael Hudak
Kevin Joy
Mikey Junior
John F. Kennedy
Jeff Kline
Mike Lampe
Bill Lou
lower case blues band
Marky B
Melissa Martin
Mike Mettalia
Bobby Michaels
Jerry Monk
Jonny Neel
TJ Nix
Jonny Never
Dave Orban
Rob Papparozzi
Ken Pendergast
Tim Perks
Gary Phillips
Billy Pierce
Dave Piersig
Paul Plumeri
Jimmy Pritchard
Kenny Robinson
Gina Sicilia
Dave Piersig
Dean Shot
Sister Blue
Steve Skupsky
Adam Stranburg
Tom Trovas
Ed Wall
Ernie White
Rich Yscalis
Joe Zook

Visiting:

Bernard Allison
Kofi Baker, Malcolm Bruce & Geoffrey Townsend (Sons of Cream)
Lurie Bell
Billy Branch
Mojo Buford
Toronzo Cannon
Albert Castiglia
Tommy Castro & Scot Sutherland (Tommy Castro & the Painkillers)
James Cotton
Jimmy Dawkins
Andrew Duncanson & Josh Stimmel (Kilborn Alley Blues Band)
Tinsley Ellis
Rick Estrin & Kid Anderson (Rick Estrin & the Nightcats)
Nick Gravenites
Dennis Gruenling
Guitar Shorty
Buddy Guy
Phil Guy
Travis “Moonchild” Haddix
Terry Hanck
Deak Harp
James Harman
Anne Harris (Otis Taylor Band)
Michael Hill
Vasti Jackson
Jeff Jensen
J-W Jones, Jansen Richard, & Laura Greenberg (J-W Jones band)
Sam Lay
L’il Ed
Charlie Musselwhite
Kenny Neal
Marco Pandolfi
Lucky Peterson
Rod Piazza, Honey Piazza, Dave Kida (Rod Piazza & the Mighty Flyers)
Bernard Purdy
Duke Robillard
Buffy Sainte-Marie
Brandon Santini
Eddie Shaw
Eddie Vaan Shaw
Corky Siegel
J.P. Soars
Alexis P. Suter
Studebaker John
Super Chikan
Walter Trout
Dawn Taylor Watson
Mark Wenner & Paul Allen (Nighthawks)

 

151h.2. Saretzky, Gary D. "Nineteenth-Century New Jersey Photographers," in New Jersey History, 122:3-4 (Fall/Winter 2004), pp. 36-143. Includes Revised Table 2 and Errata and Notes, laid in. Ex-library with usual rubber stamps and spine label, good. Signed by author on request. $15.

 

151h.3. Saretzky, Gary D.. Paul Plumeri: The Bishop of the Blues. Photographs, 2005-2011. Self-published, 2011. With 24 black and white photographs. [For four decades, Plumeri has been a legendary guitar virtuoso based in Trenton, New Jersey. Other musicians who appear in the photographs: Tony Buford; TJ Nix; Joe Zook; Ernie White; Jerry Monk; Billy Holt; and Dave Merrit] Signed by the author, illustrated wraps. $10. [Unsigned hardcover copies available by direct order from http:///www.blurb.com]

 

152. Saretzky, Gary D. The Saretzky Microfolio. Saretzky, 1983. (A continuous tone microfiche portfolio of 60 personal photographs,1973-1983, with separate list). Signed. $10.00.

 

153. Saretzky, Gary D. Some Photographic Views of Hopewell, New Jersey. Gary Saretzky, 1980. Numbered edition of 100 (last few copies.). Stiff wraps, as issued. $20.

 

Note: Saretzky re Elias Goldensky - see 149. Ries.

 

154. Savelev, Boris and Ian Jeffrey. Secret City (Photographs of Russia by Savelev.) Thames and Hudson, 1988. Wraps. Fine. $16.

 

155. Scavullo, Francesco. Record album: Judy Collins. Judith. Elektra 6E-111 (1975). Front and back cover stunning close-up portraits. Front cover slightly faded, o/w fine jacket, disc vg. $5.

 

155a. Scavullo, Francesco. Record album: Barbara Streisand's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2. Columbia EC35679. Front cover b&w profile of Streisand. vg, $5.

 

155b. Scherman, David E. & Richard Wilcox. Literary England: Photographs of Places Made Memorable in English Literature. Preface by Christopher Morley. [Book developed from picture essay that appeared in LIFE Magazine on June 14,1943. Photos by Scherman with literary excerpts by John Keats, William Wordsworth, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Thomas Hardy, A.E. Housman, Rudyard Kipling, et al. For information on Scherman, see the interview in John Loengard, LIFE Photographers: What They Saw.] Random House, 1944, vg except one page wrinkled, very little wear on blue cloth binding, no dust jacket. $10.

 

155c. Schulthess, Emil. The Amazon. Simon and Schuster, 1962. 1st printing, near fine with moderate wear and soiling on spine. Illustrated boards, issued without dust jacket. Beautifully designed oblong book. $50.

 

156. Schulthess, Emil and Harrison E. Salisbury. Soviet Union. Harper & Row, 1971. [Excellent photoreportage by Schulthess with perceptive text by Salisbury.] Crease lower corner of flyleaf, o/w fine, no dj. $40.

 

156a. Schulthess, Emil. China. Viking, 1966. ex-lib, rebound in sturdy library binding, inner pages vg. $15.

 

156aa. Scurlock Studio, Washington, DC. Picturing the Promise: The Scurlock Studio and Black Washington. Smithsonian, 2009. Foreword by Deborah Willis. Essaysby Lonnie G. Bunch III and A.J. Verdelle. Stiff wraps, 1st printing, like new. 224 pages. $12.

 

156b. Self-Portraits. Naomi Weissman & Debra Heimerdinger. Self-Exposures: A Workbook in Photographic Self-Portraiture. Harper & Row, 1979. Wraps, ex-library, cover crimps, spine label, good+, $5.00.

 

156bb. Serotta, Edward. Out of the Shadows: A Photographic Portrait of Jewish Life in Central Europe Since the Holocaust. Birch Lane, 1991. 1st printing. 256 pages, large format. Fine ex-library copy with freshly protected dust jacket. No library evidence except rear flyleaf trimmed where card pocket removed. Documents revival of Jewish life among crumbling synagogues of the Eastern bloc. Issued at $49.95. $15.

 

156d. Seymour, David. Henri Cartier-Bresson, Judith Friedberg, et al. David Seymour - "Chim" 1911-1956. Grossman, 1974, Vol. 3, ICP Library of Photographers. Wraps, crease in corner of rear cover, o/w near fine, $15.

 

156e. Another copy. David Seymour - “Chim” . 1911-1956. ICP Library of Photographers. Grossman, 1974. SBN 670258326. Stiff illustrated wraps, fine condition. With an encomium from his friend Henri Cartier-Bresson and essays by other friends and associates, including David Seymour, William Richardson, and Elihu Winer. Chim was a key member of the photographers cooperative Magnum in its early years. Magnum was founded by Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, George Rodger, and other well known photographers. Chim was born in Poland and died tragically at Suez, Egypt, in 1956 during the war in the Middle East. A very cultured man, he photographed refugees, the Spanish Civil War, Italy, Greece, Hungary, Israel and many other places with intelligence and a keen eye. One of a series of six books in the ICP series, the others being on Capa, Werner Bischof, Lewis W. Hine, Dan Weiner, and Roman Vishniac. $20.

 

156f. Shaff, Valerie. If Only You Knew How Much I Smell You: True Portraits of Dogs. Photographs by Valerie Shaff. Text by Roy Blount, Jr. Bulfinch/Little Brown, 1999. 1st ed., 5th printing. [Shaff has been called the Richard Avedon of dog photography but she is more complimentary to her subjects.] Like new hardcover with protected dust jacket. Issued at $19.95. $10.

 

157. Shahn, Ben. Davis Pratt. Ben Shahn as Photographer. Fogg Art Museum, October 29-December 14, 1969. [First exhibit devoted solely to Shahn's photographic work.] Catalog, 15 illus., list of 78 photos exhibited, wraps, fine. $17.50.

 

158. Shapiro, Ira, et al. American Showcase 13: Photography and Illustration. 3 volumes. American Showcase, 1990. In half slipcase, as issued for complete set. (Profusely illustrated sourcebook for photographers and commercial illustrators. Volumes mint, slipcase has short separation on one edge. Issued @ $150.) $45.

 

158.1. Shaw, Bernard. Bernard Shaw on Photography. Edited by Bill Jay and Margaret Moore. Foreword by Michael Holroyd. Peregrine Smith, 1989, 1st edition, 1st printing. [Shaw was an avid amateur photographer and wrote many essays and exhibition reviews on the subject, the most important collected here. Subjects include Frederick Evans, Alvin Langdon Coburn, relation of photography to art, etc.] Fine with fine, protected dust jacket. Like new with very minor shelf wear on bottom edge. $20.

 

158a. Sheikh, Fazal. Ramadan Moon and a Camel for the Son. [Second in a series of projects by Fazal Sheikh intended to further awareness of human rights issues. Includes chronology concerning Somalis in the Netherlands.] Two volume set, Netherlands, 2001. Black binding,with red imprint on spine, issued without dust jacket, pamphlet laid in Ramadan Moon, which is lightly rubbed with a couple of small indentations, otherwise fine. $50.

 

159. Siegner, Otto. Switzerland. Office du Livre, Fribourg, n.d. [ca. 1960.] Numerous well-reproduced photos by Siegner, Ernst Baumann, Albert Steiner, et al. vg, $25.

 

159a. Silverstone, Marilyn. Ocean of Life: Visions of India and the Himalayan Kingdoms. [Silverstone, who died at a monastery near Katmandu in 1999, left a career as a top photographer to become a Tibetan Buddhist nun with the name Ngawang Chodron. Earlier in her career she worked for Magnum, photographing subjects such as Albert Schweitzer. This book of stunning color photographs is from her work in India, Sikkiim, Bhutan, Ladakh, Nepal, Kashmir, and other areas in the region.] Aperture, 1985. Fine, stiff illustrated wraps. $10.

 

159b. Siskind, Aaron. Aaron Siskind: Order with the Tensions Continuing. Stiff blankwraps with dust jacket. 34 pages Stephen Daiter Gallery, 2003. $20.

 

160. Siskind, Aaron. Road Trip. Photographs, 1980-1988. [Untitled series #49]. Friends of Photography, 1989. Wraps (only ed.), fine. $25.

 

160aa.1. Smith, W. Eugene. W. Eugene Smith. His Photographs and Notes. Essay by Lincoln Kirstein. Extensive bibliography. An Aperture Monograph. Aperture, 1969. Issued as Aperture, Vol. 14, Numbers 3 &4. 1st ed., wraps, cover with some thin indented lines and a small nick, otherwise no signs of wear, $20.

 

160aaa. Smith, W. Eugene. Scarce two-volume bibliography by William Johnson with more than 1,750 published references pertaining to master photographer W. Eugene Smith: W. Eugene Smith: A Chronological Bibliography, 1934-1980. Part I and Part II. Both issued as Bibliography Series. Number One. Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona. 1980 and 1981, respectively. Both volumes in wraps with very minor wear on spine. Part II has a label on back of title page reading, “Distributed by The University of Arizona Press.” Part II also has a crimp on the rear cover near the bottom and a short closed tear, about 1/2 inch in length. The bibliography is divided by year and then into categories for books, portfolios, exhibition catalogs, and periodicals. Newspaper references are included with periodicals. At the beginning of some of the years, Johnson provides a narrative summary of what Smith was doing at the time. The bibliographic entries often have annotations indicating, for example, if a portrait of Smith is included. Part I covers the period 1934-1951. Part II includes additions to Part I and continues to 1980. Separate chapters are provided for Commercial Work, Audiovisual References, and Japanese Publications. Then follows a Chronological Index to Articles by W. Eugene Smith divided into Photoessays, Portfolios (of 3 or more published photographs), and Statements and Writings. Part II concludes with an Author Index to Articles about W. Eugene Smith. $45.

 

160e. Smith, W. Eugene. Pittsburgh: The Story of an American City by Stefan Lorant with contributions by Henry Steele Commager, Oscar Handlin, David L. Lawrence, John Morton Blum, Gerald W. Johnson, and others, with more than 1,000 illustrations. Doubleday, 1964. 1st edition, near fine with dust jacket that has wear along top edge and a chip along top edge of spine extending to back cover. This huge book is especially notable for the many photographs by one of the great photographers of the 20th century, W. Eugene Smith. As is well known, Lorant hired Smith to come to Pittsburgh for relatively short time to fill in some gaps and Smith ended up living with Lorant for an extended time and exposing about 10,000 negatives. Smith became totally engrossed in trying to produce a photographic portrait of the city in all its facets and was never able to complete his own book on the subject, although there have been several publications that include his Pittsburgh photographs, including Lorant's book offered here. In addition to its importance in the literature of photography, Lorant's book is a wonderful resource on the history of Pittsburgh. It reproduces documents and paintings from 200 years of the city's history, with chapters by Pittsburgh's leading historians. Reproductions by artists include paintings by David Blythe, William C. Wall, Russell Smith, John Kane, Samuel Rosenberg, William Libby, Roy Hilton, Edwin Anderson, Marty Cornelius, and Idabell Kleinhans. Aside from about 50 photographs by Smith, the book includes work by many other fine photographers including about a dozen by Margaret Bourke-White, as well as by Arthur Rothstein, Luke Swank, John Vachon, Frank E. Bingaman, and others. $40.

 

160f. Same as above, without dust jacket. Short tear at base of spine, otherwise fine. $20.

 

161. Sontag, Susan. On Photography. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1977. [The most widely read and controversial book of photographic criticism in the 1970s and one of the most quoted books on photography, this book "considers the relation of phojtography to art, to conscience, and to knowledge. These highly acclaimed essays, which originally appeared in somewhat different form in the New York Review of Books, contain illuminating discussions of the work of such important photographers as Nadar, Muybridge, Stieglitz, Atget, Paul Strand, Edward Weston, August Sander, Walker Evans, Cartier-Bresson, Robert Frank, Richard Avedon, and Diane Arbus." At the end of the book is a chapter with quotations by the names above plus an interesting assortment of others including Bruce Davidson, Louis Daguerre, Frederick Sommer, Dorothea Lange, Margaret Bourke-White, John Szarkowski, Helmut Gernsheim, Duane Michals, Agatha Christie, Moholy-Nagy, Garry Winogrand, George Tice, Minor White, Jerry Uelsmann, Julia Margaret Cameraon, Elizabeth Barrett, Emmet Gowin, Lewis Hine, Nietzsche, Schopenhauer, Walter Benjamin, Clarence John Laughlin, and others.] 1st printing, fine with price-clipped dust jacket that has a crease in inner front flap. $30.

161a. Same, except Book Club ed., dj somewhat darkened on spine, o/w fine. 6.00.

 

161aa. Soviet Union. A Day in the Life of the Soviet Union. Rick Smolan and David Cohen, Project Directors. Collins, 1987. 1st printing. [Includes photos by 100 of the world's best photographers -- 50 from the Soviet Bloc and 50 from the rest of the world -- of all 15 Soviet Republics and across 11 time zones, on May 15, 1987. Book selected from 127,000 images shot that day. Photographers include Eddie Adams, James Balog, Dmitri Baltermants, Jodi Cobb, Diego Goldberg, Dirck Halstead, Graciela Iturbide, Boris Kaufman, David Hume Kennerly, Douglas Kirkland, Jean-Pierre Laffont, Sarah Leen, Oleg Makarov, Mary Ellen Mark, Graeme Outerbridge, Bill Pierce, Larry C. Price, Jim Richardson, Sebastiao Salgado, Sergei Samokhin, Neal Slavin, Rick Smolan, Jan Tikhonov, Vladimir Vyatkin, Lajos Weber, Marks S. Wexler, and Marina Yurchenko, among many others.] Fine with near fine dust jacket. $15.

 

161b. Space. The Radiant Universe: Electronic Messages from Space by Michael Marten and John Chesterman. Macmillan, 1980. 1st American Edition. 128 pages, large format color photography book. Sections on The Sun, The Planets, and The Earth. Includes photos from Skylab, Pioneer, Viking, Mariner, Voyager, Landsat, etc. Includes photos of high wind on Venus, sunset on Mars, Southeast England, including London, Denver, Colorado, etc., etc. This book is in excellent ex-library condition, with little sign of wear. Dust jacket protector taped to book, spine labels, rear flyleaf removed. $5.

 

161c. Spano, Michael. Time Frames: City Pictures by Michael Spano. Introduction by Susan Kismaric, Curator, Department of Photography, Museum of Modern Art. [Street photography in New York City.] powerHouse, 2002, 1st ed., 1st printing, hardcover with dust jacket, new in shrinkwrap. ISBN 1-57687-140-1. Not to be confused with later reprints that have a different cover. Issued at $45. $40.

 

161d. Another copy, like new with very slight imperfections to protected dust jacket. $30.

 

161e. Another copy, like new except scuff at base of spine of protected dust jacket. $15.

 

161f. SPORTS. Close-up, 15:1, Winter 1985. Spirit of Sport. Special Double Issue. [Photographs by William Klein, Lee Friedlander, Joel Meyerowitz, Jim Dow, Mary Ellen Mark, Starr Ockenga, and Nicholas Nixon]. Published by Polaroid Corp. vg with light indentations and small crimp and scuff on cover. $15.

 

162. STANDARD OIL PROJECT. Lemann, Nicholas. Out of the Forties. Texas Monthly Press, 1983. Photographs form the Standard Oil Project, especially Texas and Louisiana, near the end of World War II, project directed by Roy Stryker, formerly in a similar role at the Farm Security Administration and the Office of War Information.. Photographers include Esther Bubley; Russell Lee; Edwin and Louise Rosskam; Sol Libsohn; Gordon Parks; Harold Corsini; John Vachon; Todd Webb. Hardcover with dust jacket, near fine/near fine with slight bowing of covers. 1st printing. $25.

 

162a. Steichen. Edward Steichen, A Life in Photography. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1963. Published in collaboration with the Museum of Modern Art. Constituting Steichen's autobiography, this is an essential work on one of the most influential of 20th century photographers. From the early 1900s, when he was one of the most important members of the Photo Secession, the group of leading Pictorialist photographers organized and led by Alfred Stieglitz, to his middle years as an influential and highly successful photographer for Vogue and Vanity Fair, to his senior service as Director of Photography for the Museum of Modern Art in New York where he curated the Family of Man and many other exhibitions, Steichen cast a wide swath in the world of photography. Steichen also was an American patriot, serving in both World War I and World War II, the latter as the oldest commissioned officer in the U.S. Navy. Among other accomplishments, Steichen had a major role in the production of the U.S. Camera Annual, edited and published by Tom Maloney, from its inception in 1935 until Steichen assumed his duties at MoMA in 1947. This book provides Steichen's reminiscences on his career and is illustrated with many excellently reproduced photographs. This is the first printing with color and duotone illustrations lacking in later reprints; no ISBN number. Fine with very good price clipped dust jacket that has a vertical slit on front cover. $75.

 

162b. Same, lacks dj; early reprint, no ISBN number on back of title page; not 1st ed. which had color photos. Book plate of previous owner inside front cover. Very good, vertical scratch on rear cover. $15.

 

163. Steichen, Edward, ed. The Family of Man. The Photographic Exhibition Created by Edward Steichen for the Museum of Modern Art. Prologue by Carl Sandburg. Published for the Museum of Modern Art by Simon and Schuster, in collaboration with the Maco Magazine Corp, 1955. [Ansel Adams; Erich Andres; Emmy Andriesse, Diane and Allan Arbus; Eve Arnold; Richard Avedon; Ruth Marion Baruch; Hugh Bell; Wermund Bendten; Paul Berg; Lou Bernstein; John Bertolina; Eva Besnya; Werner Bischof (6); Maria Bordy; Edouard Boubat; Margaret Bourke-White (6); Mathew Brady; Bill Brandt; Brassai; Manuel Alvarez Bravo; Joseph Breitenbach; David Brooks; Reva Brooks; Ernest Brunner; Esther Bubley; Wynn Bullock; Shirley Burden; Rudolf Busler; Harry Callahan; Cornell Capa; Robert Capa, Robert Carrington; Lewis Carrol; Henri Cartier-Bresson (10); Ted Castle; Marcos Chamudes; Edward Clark; Hermann Classen; Roy DeCarava; Jack Delano; Nick DeMaroli; J. DePietro; R. Diament; Robert Doisneau; Nell Dorr; Nora Dumas; David Douglas Duncan; Eastfoto; Alfred Eisenstaedt (8); Elliott Erwitt; J.R. Eyerman; Sam Falk; Nat Farbman (8); Eleanor Fast; Louis Faurer; Ed Feingersh; Andreas Feininger; Vito Fiorenza; Leopold Fisher; John Florea; Robert Frank (7); Toni Frissell; Unosuke Gamou; William Garnett; Edmund Bert Gerard; Guy Gillette; Burt Glinn; Fritz Goro; Allan Grant; Farrell Grehan; Rene Groebli; Mildred Grossman; Rapho Guilumette; Karl W. Gullers; Ernst Haas (6); Peter W. Haberlin; Otto Hagel; Hideo Hago; Robert Halmi; Hiroshi Hamaya; Caroline Hammerskiold; Hans Hammerskjold; Hella Hammid; Chien Hao; Willie Huttig; Yasohiro Ishimoto; Izis; Fenno Jacobs; Raymond Jacobs; Ronny Jacques; Bob Jakobsen; Nico Jess; Constantin Joffe; Carter Jones; Henk Jonker; Victor Jorgensen; Clemens Kalisher; Simpson Kalisher; Consuelo Kanaga; Ihei Kimura; Martha Kitchen; Dmitri Kessel (8); Keystone Press; N. Kolli; Torkel Korling; Koslovsky; Ewing Krainin; Herman Kreider; Walter B. Lane; Dorothea Lange (8); Harry Lapow; Lisa Larsen; Alma Lavenson; Arthur Lavine; Russell Lee; Nina Leen; Laurence LeGuay; Henri Leighton; Arthur Leipzig; Charles Leirens; Gita Lens; Leon Levinstein; Helen Levitt; Margery Lewis; Sol Libsohn; David Linton; Herbert List; Jacob Lofman; G.H. Metcalf; Gjon Mili; Francis Miller; Joan Miller; Lee Miller; Wayne Miller (12); May Mirin; Lisette Model; Peter Moesehlin; David Moore; Barbara Morgan; Hedda Morrison; Ralph Morse; Robert Mottar; Carl Mydans; Dave Myers; Fritz Neugass; Lennart Nilsson; Pal-Nils Nillson; Emil Obrovsky; Okamoto; Cas Oorthuys; Ruth Orkin; Don Ornitz; Eiju Otaki; Homer Page (9); Marion Palfi; Gordon Parks; Rondal Partridge; Irving Penn; Carl Perutz; John Phillips; Leonti Planskoy; Raphael Platnick; Fred Plaut; Rudolf Pollak; Gottfried Rainer; Daniel J. Ransohof; W.C. Rauhauser; Satyajit Ray; Anna Riwkin-Brick; George Rodger; Willy ronis; Annelise Rosenberg; Hannes Rosenberg; Sanford Roth; Eric Schwab; Bob Schwalberg; Kurt Severin; David Seymour; Ben Shahn; Musya S. Sheeler; Li Shu; George Silk; Bradley Smith; Ian Smith; W. Eugene Smith; Howard Sochurek; Peter Stackpole; Alfred Statler; Gitel Steed; Edward Steichen; Mary and Kate Steichen; Steinheimer; Ezra Stoller; Lou Stoumen; George Strock; Constance Stuart; E. Sved; Suzanne Szasz; Yoshisuke Terao; Gustav Thorlichen; Charels Trieschmann; Tuefferd; Jakob Tuggener; Allan Turoff; Doris Ulmann; A. Uzlyan; Ed Van der Elsken; William Vandivert; Pierre Verger; Ike Vern; Vero; Roman vishniac; Carmel Vitullo; Edward Wallowitch; Arthur Witman; Jasper Wood; Yosuke Yamahata; Shizuo Yamamato] Decorated boards, 1/4 cloth. (With crowd photographs on the inside covers, lacking on later printings; this early printing also inc. exhibit installation photos by Ezra Stoller, lacking in most other printings.) Not issued with dj. vg with moderate fading on spine, $50.

 

164. Another copy, later printing w/o installation photos and crowd photos inside covers, dust jacket with some edge wear, o/w fine. $10.

 

164a. Another copy, Deluxe Edition, the first edition of The Family of Man issued with a dust jacket. Printed on thick paper, with crowd photographs on the inside covers and exhibition installation photos by Ezra Stoller, blue cloth with gold stamping. Sumptuous gravure printing with deep blacks by Achrovure Division of Union Camp Corp. Fine with vg price clipped dust jacket and gift inscription dated 1969. SOLD

 

164b. [Steichen, Edward] Sandeen, Eric J. Picturing an Exhibition: The Family of Man and 1950s America. University of New Mexico Press, 1995. [Thorough, fascinating history of Steichen's famous Family of Man exhibition that opened at the Museum of Modern Art in 1955, traveled throughout the world, and was seen by nine million people.] 1st edition, fine with dust jacket. Issued at $35. $25. (Two copies available.)

 

164c. Steichen, Edward, compiler. U.S. Navy War Photographs. Pearl Harbor to Tokyo Harbor. U.S. Camera Publishing [ca. 1946]. Published by Tom Maloney's U.S. Camera at the request of Secretary of the Navy James Forestal. 108 pages, approximately 11 x 11.5 inches, blue wraps with yellow titling. Notoriously fragile binding (three staples) professionally repaired and strengthened, with a custom made mylar jacket. First few pages with light foxing on edge. Superb photographs by Charles Kerlee, Wayne Miller, et al. Very good, $35.

 

164d. Steiner, Ralph. A Point of View. Introduction by Willard Van Dyke. Autobiographical essays by Ralph Steiner with a retrospective of more than 50 years of photographs. Wesleyan University, 1978. 1st ed., 1st printing. VG+ without dust jacket. Custom made 4-mil polyester jacket. $40.

 

165. Stern, Bert. The Photo Illustration: Bert Stern, by Jim Cornfield. Alskog, 1974, 1st printing, wraps, vg+ except a few passages underlined. [Includes fascinating story of Bert Stern's stellar career and his work with famous models, including Marilyn Monroe, Catherine Deneuve, Elizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hepburn, Suzy Parker, and Dian Parkinson, with technical data about how he does it. Includes nudes of Monroe and others; adult buyers only, please. $10.

 

166. Sternfeld, Joel. Joel Sternfeld, American Prospects. Chronicle, 1994. Preface to new edition and introduction by Andy Grundberg. Afterword by Anne W. Tucker. 1st softcover edition in stiff wraps, contents same as first hardcover edition published in 1987. In excellent condition except light bump at top of spine and one corner. Also issued as Untitled 58 by Friends of Photography. $40.

 

167. Stieglitz, Alfred. Frank, Waldo, Lewis Mumford, Dorothy Norman, et al. America and Alfred Stieglitz. Literary Guild, 1934. vg w. good, chipped dj that has some foxing not visible from outside. $60.

 

167a. Stieglitz, Alfred. Frank, Waldo, Lewis Mumford, Dorothy Norman, et al. America and Alfred Stieglitz. Literary Guild, 1934. vg w. good, chipped dj ("H" written on back) and attractive Harvard bookplate of previous owner, George R. Dewhurst. $60.

 

167a.1. Stieglitz, Alfred. Homer, William Innes. Alfred Stieglitz and the American Avant-Garde. New York Graphic Society, 1977. 1st edition. Illustrated. 335 pages. Not to be confused with later reprints. Certainly one of the essential references on Stieglitz and the photographers and artists in his circle. Covers the Photo-Secession (e.g. Steichen, Strand) and the other artists like Marin, Dove, Weber, Walkowitz, Hartley, O'Keeffe, de Zayas, et al. Fine with very good protected jacket that is price clipped, worn at extremities, and has spots on the inside (not visible with protector on). $30.

 

167a.2. Stieglitz, Alfred. Herbert J. Seligmann. Alfred Stieglitz Talking: Notes on Some of His Conversations, 1925-1931, with a Foreword. Yale University Library, 1966. [Essential reference on Stieglitz, with many stories including how he met Georgia O'Keeffe, who became his second wife.] Cloth, hardcover, 149 pages, including index. Not issued with dust jacket. Fine, $50.

 

167b. Stieglitz, Alfred. Spirit of an American Place: An Exhibition of Photographs by Alfred Stieglitz, November 22, 1980-March 29, 1981. Essays by Michael E. Hoffman and Martha Charoudi. Issued as Bulletin, Philadephia Museum of Art, Vol 76, No. 331 (Winter 1980). Inc. checklist of 299 Stieglitz photos, 27 illustrations inc. views of the American Place Gallery. 28pp., near fine, old price label on verso, $15.

 

167c. Another copy, vg with a few small spots and light crease on cover. $10.

 

167d. Stieglitz, Alfred. Weston J. Naef, The Collection of Alfred Stieglitz: Fifty Pioneers of Modern Photography. NY: A Studio Book. Metropolitan Museum of Art/ Viking Press, 1978. 530 pages. 1st edition, cloth, fine with near fine dust jacket. Errata slip tipped in on front flyleaf. [Catalog of the Stieglitz Collection at the museum, an indispensible reference on late 19th and early 20th century photography. Includes a history of the Pictorialist era in photography, including the Photo-Secession and "291," up through the 1930s and Ansel Adams. The second half of the book has chapters devoted to each photographer in the collection, with facsmile signature, portrait of the photographer, chronology, exhibitions, bibliography, and list of photographs with reproductions in the collection. Photographers include Ansel Adams, J. Craig Annan, Malcolm Arbuthnot, Zaida Ben-Yusuf, Alice Boughton, Anne W. Brigman, John G. Bullock, Will Cadby, Eustace G. Calland, Julia Margaret Cameron, Sidney Carter, Rose Clark & Elizabeth Flint Wade, Alvin Langdon Coburn, George Davison, F. Holland Day, Robert Demachy, Baron de Meyer, Mary Devens, William B. Dyer, Rudolf Eickemeyer, Jr., Frank Eugene, Frederick H. Evans, Herbert G. French, Arnold Genthe, Paul Haviland, Hugo Henneberg, David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson, A. Horsley Hinton, Th. & O. Hofmeister, Gertrude Kasebier, Joseph t. Keiley, Heinrich Kuehn, Celine Laguarde, Rene LeBegue, Eliot Porter, William B. Post, Constant Puyo, Frank H. Read, Harry C. Rubincam, Morton L. Schamberg, Sarah c. Sears, George H. Seeley, George Bernard Shaw, Charles Sheeler, Edward Steichen, Paul Strand, Eva Watson-Schutze, Hans Watzek, & Clarence White. Followed by Bibliography of writings about and by Stieglitz, general books and articles, Stieglitz' library of handbooks and manuals, periodicals, annuals and yearbooks, other books and exhibition catalogs, as well as important exhibition catalogs not in Stieglitz' library and exhibitions known only through reviews, plus list of correspondence between Stieglitz and these photographers at the Stieglitz archive at Yale University and other repositories, unpublished recollections, and index. ISBN 0-670-67051-0. $100.

 

168. Stieglitz, Alfred. Norman, Dorothy. Alfred Stieglitz. Aperture History of Photography Series No. 3. Aperture, 1976. Fine, $25.

 

168a. Another copy with attractive bookplate of previous owner and joyful inscription referencing an evening enhanced by Alice B. Toklas' "follies." $20.

 

169. Stieglitz, Alfred. Norman, Dorothy. Alfred Stieglitz: An American Seer. [Early printing, same quality reproductions as first hard cover edition.] Aperture, 1973. Wraps, sm. bump base of spine, o/w fine. $35.

 

Stieglitz -- see also Camera Work; History; History of Photography, An International Quarterly; and Photo-Secession.

 

169a.1. Stock, Dennis. Provence Memories. Introduction by Philip Conisbee. New York Graphic Society/Little, Brown, 1988. 1st U.S. ed.; ex-library with rectangular piece cut out of back cover of protected dj, from which spine labels neatly removed. Rebound in brown library cloth. Rear flyleaf trimmed. Last page, which is blank, creased. A sumptuous oversize book with stunning color photos by the Magnum photographer, printed in Italy. Despite defects noted above, still a very attractive and sound copy. Issued at $50. 11x16 inches. $20.

 

169a.1.1. Stoumen, Lou. Journey to Land's End: A Paper Movie. Now Playing at a Future Near You. Celestial Arts, 1988. [Stills from a fictional movie that does not exist, with text.] Limited hardcover edition, fine wth vg dust jacket that has wear at extremities. Uncommon in hardcover, $20.

 

169aa. Stoumen, Lou. Ordinary Miracles. The Photography of Lou Stoumen. Hand Press, 1981. Fine with very good dust jacket. Superb reproduction quality with black-and-gray duotones from laser scanned images, printed on heavy weight glossy paper. Catalog for a retrospective (1932-1980) exhibition that traveled from the Allentown Art Museum to the International Center of Photography and other venues, 1981-1983. $40.

 

169b. Strache, Wolf. Berlin Eine Erinnerung. Stuttgart: DSB, 1959. [47 black-and-white photos, one to a page.] Fine with chipped dust jacket, $7.50.

 

169c.1. Strand, Paul. Paul Strand. Rebecca. [Strand's platinum print photographs of his first wife, Rebecca Salsbury, done in a similar way to Stieglitz' portrait of George O'Keeffe. Excellent reproduction quality on heavy weight matt paper. With quotations from the writings of Strand and a chronology of his life. NY: Robert Miller Gallery, 1996. Stiff wraps, with illustrated dust jacket. In new condition. $30.

 

169c.2. Strand, Paul. Paul Strand: Sixty Years of Photographs. Profile by Calvin Tompkins. Exerpts from Correspondence, Interviews, and Other Documents. Aperture, 1976. Hardcover, fine, with near fine protected dust jacket that has a thin indentation about two inches long on cover. A very attractive copy. $40.

 

169d. Stromsten, Amy. Michael Aaron Rockland, Homes on Wheels. Photographs by Amy Stromsten. Rutgers University Press, 1980. [Manufactured, creative, bizzare, homemade, wide variety of mobile homes, recreational vehicles, hippie dwellings, etc. At time of publication, Stromsten was teaching photography in the Rutgers Art Department. Fine w. near fine dj that has one short closed tear on verso.] $40

 

169f. Stryker, Roy. James C. Anderson, Robert J. Doherty, et al. Roy Stryker: Humane Propagandist. [ With 50 full page illustrations of FSA and Standard Oil of NJ project photos by Paul Carter, John Collier, Jack Delano, Walker Evans, Dorothea Lange, Russell Lee, Carl Mydans, Gordon Parks, Edwin Rosskam, Arthur Rothstein, Ben Shahn, John Vachon, Marion Post Wolcott, Esther Bubley, John Collier, Harold Corsini, Russell Lee, Todd Webb, Ivan Massar, and Art D'Arazien.] University of Louisville, 1977. Wraps, fine except bottom edge on back faded, not issued in hardcover. $35.

 

169ff. Suarez, Jose. The Life & Death of the Fighting Bull by Jose Suarez (photographs) & John Marks. Putnam, 1968. 1st American edition. Hardcover, ex-library, very good with usual evidence of tape usage to affix dust jacket protector (not present) with dust jacket that has wear at extremities and a lower corner of front inner flap missing (price of $12.50 still there in upper corner). Excellent black-and-white photographs by Suarez, an important Galician photographer who died in 1972. Work by Suarez was included in the catalog to the exhibition curated by Joan Fontcuberta, "Ideas and Chaos." Marks, described as the greatest authority on fighting bulls in the English speaking world, tells the whole story of bull fighting, featuring matadors El Viti, Manuel Benitez (El Cordobes), Miguel Baez (El Litri), and Paco Camino. $10.

 

169g. Chris Sullivan: Some Other Realms. Catalog for exhibition, January 16-March 17, 1996, Robert B. Menschel Photography Gallery, Syracuse University. Number 46 in the Menschel series. Near fine condition. $5.

 

169h. Swann. Auction Catalog. Contemporary Art, November 13, 2001. Prices realized laid in. Includes photographers and other artists such as Vito Acconci; Dieter Appelt; William Bailey; Matthew Barney; Romare Bearden; Louise Bourgeois; Joseph Bueys; Alexander Calder; Christo; Freancesco Clemente; De Kooning; Jim Dine; William Eggleston; Richared Estes; Joan Fontcuberta; Sam Francis; Helen Frankenthaler; Lee Friedlander; Rimmy Gerlovina and Valery Gerlovin; Keith Haring; Robert Heinecken; David Hockney; Paul Jenkins; Jasper Johns; Ellsworth Kelly; Roy Lichtenstein; Alexander Lieberman; Philip Lorca di Corcia; Robert Mapplethorpe; Robert Motherwell; Vik Muniz; Jules Olitsky; Judy Pfaff; Richard Prince; Robert Rauschenberg; James rosenquist; Ed Ruscha; David Salle; Lucas Samaras; Julian Schnabel; George Segal; Cindy Sherman; Laurie Simmons; Lorna Simpson; Kiki Smith; Cy Twombly; Andy Warhol; William Wegman; Robin Winters; Joel-Peter Witkin; Francesca Woodman; Robert Yarber, et al. Fine, 171 lots illustrated in color and black-and-white. $10.

 

170. Swedlund, Charles. Found Objects: Mid-Century Genre. Exhibition by Oscar Bailey and Charles Swedlund. Upton Gallery, State University College at Buffalo, 1965. [With written contributions concerning Found Art by Frederick D. Leach, Jonathan Williams, Victor D'Amico, Herman F. Cole, and Charles Swedlund. The photographs of the Found Art are in themselves highly interesting as art images. Swedlund (M.S., Institute of Design, 1961), Asst. Professor of Photography and Co-Organizer of the exhibition, was primarily responsible for producing this illustrated 48 page catalog, which is a very early publication in his notable career.] Illustrated stiff wraps, vg, $30.

170a. Sweden. Goran Algard (photos) and Roland Romell (text). Sweden Today. Gebers, 1966. Fine, hardcover, with near fine mylar protected dust jacket. Photos of people and scenes in color. Also chapter on arts and artists, including Carl Milles, Carl Eldh, Bror Marklund, Stig Blomberg, Axel Wallenberg, Arne, Jones, Sven Erixson, Bernt Helleberg, Stig Lindberg, Tyra Lundgren, Carl-harry Stalhane, Sylvia Leuchovius, Hertha Hillfon, Nils Landberg, Sven Palqvist, John Selbing, Mona Marales-Schildt, and others. $10.

 

171. Swedlund, Charles. 2 books: 1) Photography. A Handbook of History, Material, Processes. 1st ed., 3rd printing. (Illus. w. work by major photographers.) HRW, 1974. 1st printing of this ed. vg w. vg. dj.; 2) A Guide to Photography. self-published, 1967, illustrated wraps, 151 pp., vg. $10 for both.

 

171a. Suzukawa, [George]. Suzukawa. . . His Search for Truth in Photography. World Publishing, 1966. [Introductory essays by Sherman E. Lee and Henry J. Seldis. High contrast, sometimes abstract, images of nature coupled with poetic brief statements by the photographer.] Hard cover w/o dj, very good except worn bottom edge and corners. $10.

 

171aa. Szarkowski, John, ed. The Photographer and the American Landscape. Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1963. [Softcover exhibition catalog, not issued in hardcover. With biographical notes and photos of the photographers whose work is illustrated in the catalog, including Timothy O'Sullivan; William Henry Jackson; H.H. Bennett; Darius Kinsey; Edward Steichen; Alfred Stieglitz; Paul Strand; Edward and Brett Weston; Bradford Washburn; Ansel Adam ;Kosti. Ruohomaa; Harry Callahan; and William Garnett. Photo of Sullivan is actually of John Moran.] Good, pages rippled on bottom edge, scuffs on cover. $7.50

 

171b. Szarkowski, John. John Szarkowski: Photographs. Bulfinch, 2005. 1st ed., vg+ with a slight bump on one corner and protected dj that has slight crease near bottom corner. $20.

 

171c. Szarkowski, John. Mirrors and Windows. American Photography Since 1960. Musuem of Modern Art, 1978. 1st edition (unstated) in wraps, very good with minor indentations and sunning along top edge of cover. Includes Paul Caponigro, Roy DeCarava, Robert Doisneau, Elliott Erwitt, Lee Friedlander, Danny Lyon, Garry Winogrand, Diane Arbus; Robert Adams; Lewis Baltz; Richard Benson; Walter Chappell; Mark Cohen; Linda Connor; Marie Cosindas; Robert Cumming; Judy Dater; Bruce Davidson; William Eggleston; Ralph Gibson; Frank Goehlke; Emmett Gowin; Jan Groover; Ernst Haas; Chauncey Hare; Robert Heinecken; Simpson Kalisher; George Krause; Les Krims; Robert Mapplethorpe; Roger Mertin; Ray Metzker; Duane Michals; Richard Misrach; Nicholas Nixon; Bill Owens; Tod Papageorge; Sylvia Plachy; Eliot Porter; Doug Prince; Edward Ranney; Robert Rauschenberg; Leland Rice; Ed Ruscha; Lucas Samaras; Naomi Savage; Stephen Shore; Art Sinsabaugh; Rosalind Solomon; Eve Sonneman; George A. Tice; Jerry Uelsmann; Max Waldman; Todd Walker; Andy Warhol; Henry Wessell, Jr.; Geoff Winningham; Bill Zulpo-Dane, et al. $15.