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    ADAMS, Ansel with Nancy Newhall.
    $200.00
    San Francisco: American Trust Company (1954). First edition. Folio. [72 pp]. Fine in comb bound wrappers. Orginial illustrated shipping carton present (very near fine). Fifty-six b&w reproductions of photographs by Adams, with text by Newhall.
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    ANDREWS, Michael.
    $20.00
    Hermosa Beach: Bombshelter Press (1990). First edition. 235 pp. Very near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. Poems with color reproductions of photographs taken around the world. Foreword by Carlos Fuentes. Laid in is a promotional flyer and TLS from Andrews presenting this copy for review.
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    AOSSEY, Troy.
    $75.00
    [Tempe: Synaesthesia Press, 2003]. First edition, printer’s proof [28 pp]. Fine in printed boards with cloth spine. No dust jacket, as issued. One of 20 numbered copies designated “printer’s proof” initialed by the publisher and dated (8/7/03) and SIGNED by Aossey.
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    APPEL, Rosarie.
    $125.00
    NY: Flockophobic Press, 1992. First edition. 17 1/2 x 14 1/2 inch (closed) paper portfolio. Near fine. Inside is mounted an abstract black & white photograph, overwhich is laid a clear acetate sheet upon which is printed a short story. The colophon is a printed folding card mounted to the front cover. Text and photograph by Appel, design by A.S.C. Rower. One of 100 numbered copies SIGNED by Appel and Rower.
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    ARAGON, Louis and Henri Cartier-Bresson.
    $1,250.00
    NY: Limited Editions Club (1994). First edition. Folio. 163 pp w/translator’s notes. Fine in full gray-green semi-rough woven Japanese fabric over boards. Fine publisher’s slipcase. Translated from the original French by Simon Watson Taylor. Illustrated with seven lithographs and one photogravure by Henri Cartier-Bresson. One of 300 numbered copies on Velin Arches paper SIGNED by Cartier-Bresson. Club Newsletter specific to this volume laid-in.
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    BAUMANN, Arnaud.
    $35.00
    (np): Le Dernier Terrain Vague (1984). First edition. Folio. [96 pp]. Fine in fine dust jacket. Alain Gillot-Petre provides a preface to this collection of b&w nude photographs, arranged alphabetically by the name of the subject.
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    BAUMGARTEN, Ingo.
    $25.00
    Tokyo: (np) (1998). First edition. [24 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers and near fine dust jacket. Forty-eight photographs taken in Tokyo in 1997/8, with Baumgarten’s observations in English, German, and Japanese.
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    BELLMER, Hans.
    $35.00
    NY: Ubu, 2006. First edition. [24 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. Eleven images, each reproduced at about full size. Edition Ubu #27.
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    BERGER, Alan.
    $35.00
    Princeton: Princeton Architectural Press (2002). First edition. 223 pp. Fine in very near fine dust jacket. Introduction by Frederick Turner.
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    BLACK, ALEXANDER.
    $60.00
    Boston:Houghton Mifflin, 1898. Sixth Edition. Very good without dust jacket; front cover hinge has two worn spots inside, spine has tiny scuffs in title. One of the Riverside Library for Young People series, with a frontispiece by Alfred Stieglitz covered with tissue, and additional plates by pioneer photographers Horace Warren Gridley, William Schmid, Jos. Obermeyer, James Stebbins, Jr., and Black himself, among others.
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    BLANKENBERG, Gary and Stephen John Phillips.
    $45.00
    Baltimore: Tropos Press (1990). First edition. [80 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. Poems by Blankenberg illustrated with b&w photographs by Phillips (largely nudes). Laid in is a brief ALS from Blankenburg to a well-known small press publisher. Original mailing envelope present.
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    BOWLES, Paul and Peter W. Haberlin.
    $225.00
    Zurich: Manesse (1956). First edition. 4to. Small bump to one corner of rear board, else very near fine in near fine dust jacket with light wear to the base and crown of spine, and a crease to the front flap. Text by Paul Bowles with Haberlin’s photographs. Translated from the English by Maria Wolff. Miller A8a.
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    BRAKHA, Moshe.
    $35.00
    NY: Rizzoli (2017). First edition. Small 4to. 207 pp. Fine in illustrated boards with cloth spine. No dust jacket, as issued. Color and b&w portraits. Dated (2017) and SIGNED by Brakha as “Moshe.”
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    BRIGHTMAN, Robert. ed.
    $25.00
    Fawcett Publications, 1952. First edition. 144 pp. Very good plus in illustrated wrappers with some wear to crown, and light overall rubbing. “Simpson Kalisher” penned in a small hand on the front cover.
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    BULLOCK, Edna.
    $45.00
    Santa Barbara: Capra Press (1995). First trade paperback printing. Small 4to. 112 pp. Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. Introduction by Barbara Bullock-Wilson.
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    BURTON, John.
    $35.00
    San Francisco: Johnck & Seeger, 1930. First edition. 64 pp. Strip of darkening along top edge, else very good plus in printed paper-covered boards with cloth spine. Partially unopened. Frontis portrait of the author by Ansel Adams.
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    BUTEL, Elizabeth and Tom Thompson.
    $35.00
    Sydney & London: Atrand (1984). First edition. Oblong 8vo. 122 pp w/bibliography. Near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.
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    CALLIS, Jo Ann.
    $125.00
    Des Moines & Santa Rosa: Des Moines Art Center/Black Sparrow, 1989. First edition. 4to. 63 pp. Very near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. Introductory essay by Buzz Spector, poems by Raymond Carver. One of 1000 copies. Laid into this copy is a tls from the director of the Gallery to John Martin of Black Sparrow Press thanking him for his participation in this exhibition.
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    CARROLL, Patty and Yood, James.
    $25.00
    Urbana & Chicago: University of Illinois Press (1991). First edition. Fine in fine dust jacket. Foreword by Neal Benezra, introduction by Debora Duez Donato. Fully illustrated with color reproductions.
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    CARSON, David and Philip B. Meggs.
    $45.00
    Corte Madera: Gingko Press (1999). First trade paperback printing. Oblong 8vo. 183 pp. Near fine in illustrated wrappers. SIGNED by Carson on the first leaf.
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    CHAUBIN, Ferèdèric.
    $50.00
    Köln: Taschen (2011). First edition. Folio. 308 pp. Fine in illustrated boards. No dust jacket, as issued. Foreword by Paul Smith.
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    CHELE, Frances Dal.
    $20.00
    Paris: Druckerei Locher (1996). First edition. [32 pp]. Very near fine in stapled wrappers. Introduction by Emmanuelle Bajac (in English and French). Thirteen reproductions of b&w photographs.
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    COLEMAN, Penny.
    $20.00
    Urbana & Chicago: University of Illinois Press (2000). First edition. xviii + 141 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. Photographs and interviews with the gay and lesbian community in Greenwich Village.
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    CONNELL, Evan S.
    $750.00
    San Francisco: Arion Press, 2009. First edition, lettered issue. Small 4to. ix + 272 pp. Very near fine in full cloth with pasted-on color images to front and rear panels (lightly rubbed). Cover art and illustrations throughout by Laurie Simmons. Introduction by Mark Oppenheimer. One of 26 lettered copies on Mohawk Superfine paper SIGNED by Connell and Simmons.
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    CREELEY, Robert.
    $45.00
    NY: Granary Books, 1999. First edition. [78 pp]. Near fine in glossy illustrated boards. No dust jacket, as issued. A long poem by Creeley with photographs by Elsa Dorfman. Dated (10/16/99) and INSCRIBED by Creeley on the title page “For Ron [Kitaj] - / Small world! / With love / Bob.”
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    CREELEY, Robert.
    $75.00
    Toronto: Coach House 1973. First edition, second issue. [32 pp]. Near fine in stapled wrappers. Illustrated with erotic photographs by Elsa Dorfman. SIGNED by Creeley on the title page.
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    CUTTS, Simon.
    $12.50
    (np): Coracle, 2014. First edition. Horizontal 24mo. [12 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers.
  • DOISNEAU, Robert.
    $750.00
    Lausanne: Éditions Clairfontaine (1955). First edition. Small 4to. [34 pp]. Fine in plain cardstock covers and very near fine illustrated dust jacket with just a touch of rubbing. Photographs of cats, birds, and rabbits combined with verse and illustrations. Design by Albert Plécy.
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    DOTY, Robert.
    $45.00
    NY: George Eastman House (1960). First edition. 103 pp. Bookplate inside front board, else near fine in near fine dust jacket. Foreword by Beaumont Newhall. Illustrated with 31 plates. Eastman House Monograph 1.
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    DUREAU, George.
    $100.00
    London: GMP (1985). First edition. 109 pp w/index. Crease to rear cover, sticker scar inside front cover; in all, very good plus in glossy illustrated wrappers. Introduction by Edward Lucie-Smith. Texts in English, French, and German.
  • EGGLESTON, William.
    $450.00
    NY: Museum of Modern Art (1976). First edition. 110 pp. Fine in full leatherette with inset cover illustration. No dust jacket, as issued. Introductory essay by John Szarkowski. Forty-eight color reproductions. The first one-man show of color photographs ever presented by the Museum of Modern Art. A Roth 101 title.
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    EGGLESTON, William.
    $200.00
    NY: Museum of Modern Art (1976). First edition. 110 pp. Near fine in full leatherette with inset cover illustration. No dust jacket, as issued. Introductory essay by John Szarkowski. Forty-eight color reproductions. Roth 101.