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New York: Horace Liveright, 1930. First American Edition. Very Good. First American edition, preceded by the Paris edition published by Black Sun Press. Bound in publisher's original dark blue cloth ruled in blind, with titles in gilt on spine and upper board. Very Good with cloth lightly marked and mottle, and with light stains visible in raking light. Pages toned. Offsetting to title page from a clipping formerly laid in. With photographs by Walker Evans.
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