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U. S. Camera 1939

By Maloney, T. J. (edited by)

New York: William Morrow & Co, 1938. First edition, as stated. Spiral_bound. Very Good. Illustraed paper boards with wire spiral binding. Minor age-toning. Edward Steichen was the sole judge of U.S. Camera 1939. Include 13 of Steichen's photographs. Covers show some shelfwear. All books packed and shipped with care.


50 Photographs

By Edward Weston

New York: Duell, Sloan, & Pierce, 1947. Limited ed. Hardcover. Very Good. Number 1043 of 1500 copies, designed by Merle Armitage, printed by Lynton R. Kistler in 1947 and initialed by Edward Weston on an affixed strip on limited edition page. Black paper boards with grey lettering on front board. Black cloth spine with silver lettering. Beveled edges have some shelfwear. Black and grey designed endpapers. Essays by Merle Armitage, Robinson Jeffers, Donald Bear, and Edward Weston. No dj. A very nice copy.


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By Abe; Hoban, Phoebe Frajndlich

New York: Prestel, 2000. Edition not stated. Hardcover. Very Good/very good. Inscribed and dated by photographer on title page. Bright yellow paper boards with black lettering on front board and spine. Clean and tight. Dj has minor edgewear. Very nice copy.


Elizabeth Main (1861 - 1934) Alpinist, Photographer, Writer: An English Lady Discovers the Engadine Alps

By Markus Britschgi, Doris Fassler (edited by )

Lucerne: Diopter, 2003. Hardcover. Near Fine/very good. Illustrated black paper boards. 176 pages. Includes essays written by Ursula Bauer, Cordula Seger, Daniel Anker, and Markus Britschgi, and over 100 b/w plates. Dj has minor edgewear.


Moment of Light

By Sipprell, Clara

New York: John Day Company, 1966. First printing. Hardcover. Very Good/good -. Sipprell was a successful portrait photographer in New York during the 1920s and 30s. In 1966, when book was published, she lived in Manchester, Vermont. Many of her subjects are of the famous (e.g. Stieglitz, Frost, Koussevitsky, Markham, Eleanor Roosevelt, Albert Schweitzer, Maxfield Parrish, Chaliapin) and many Vermonters. She was also famous for her still lifes. Includes textual notes about the subjects and the circustances. White buckram boards with gilt spine letter. Title is blind embossed on front board with Sipprell signature in gilt. Illustrated endpapers. The boards are discolored along the edges. Head/heel of spine and corners lightly bumped. Binding is tight and interior pages are clean and tight. Clipped dj has chips, tears, edgewear, and shelfwear. In protective mylar jacket.