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Swimming by BARNEY, Tina and Tina HOWE - 1991

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Swimming by BARNEY, Tina and Tina HOWE - 1991

Swimming

by BARNEY, Tina and Tina HOWE

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New York: The Library Fellows at the Whitney Museum of American Art [by Michael and Winifred Bixler Press and Letter Foundry], 1991. Spine faded as often with this book, a few scuffs to cloth, some minor soiling to slipcase. Oblong folio (32.9x42 cm; 13x16½ inches). Beautifully printed in letterpress. [16] pages With 9 mounted chromogenic photographic prints by Tina Barney: 27.7 x3 5.9 cm (11x14¼"). Original turquoise three quarter morocco over cloth; endpapers designed by Sage Reynolds; slipcase. One of an edition limited to 175 copies signed by Barney and Howe. An artist book collaboration between American playwright Tina Howe and American photographer Tina Barney produced as a benefit for the library of the Whitney Museum. An edition in the Artists and Writers Series. The text is a four-person dialogue written by Tina Howe, set on an Atlantic Coast beach in late August. The large-format images manipulate depth of field, and capture people on or around the beach, making the series a vibrant, though haunting, counterpoint to Howe's clipped dialogue. It also delights in capturing late 1980s style and fashion, from young children through the elderly. A beautiful, tactilely rich book.

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  • Publisher The Library Fellows at the Whitney Museum of American Art [by Michael and Winifred Bixler Press and Letter Foundry]
  • Place of Publication New York
  • Date Published 1991

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Three Poems from Les Fleurs du Mal / The Flowers of Evil
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Three Poems from Les Fleurs du Mal / The Flowers of Evil

by ( Henri Cartier-Bresson ). Baudelaire, Charles

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New York. The Limited Editions Club. 1997. Bound in full crimson cloth with imprinted paper label laid-on to Front Cover. Matching Suede-lined Solander box with imprinted black titles to spine. Large Square Folio. 16.25" x 15 inches. This Edition Limited to only 300 numbered copies of which this is #142. Boldly signed byHenri Cartier-Bresson to Colophon. LEC Letter laid-in. Illustrated with four spectacular full-page photogravure prints, printed on hand- made paper by Cartier-Bresson and selected by him especially for this Edition. Cartier-Bresson's only published nude studies to date. Spine of Box mildly and evenly sunned with a tiny, short scratch. Small patch of mild sunning to top front cover of Box. A Very Fine, Pristine, apparently unread copy of this most rare and exquisite production in a Near Fine+ Box.
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12 x 20 Photograph of Darrow at Banquet Honoring Steffens [with]..
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12" x 20" Photograph of Darrow at Banquet Honoring Steffens [with]..

by Darrow, Clarence; Steffens, Lincoln; Filene Edward

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1935. Darrow at Banquet in Honor Of Lincoln Steffens. Darrow at Banquet in Honor Of Lincoln Steffens. Darrow Attends a Banquet in Honor Of Lincoln Steffens [Darrow, Clarence (1857-1938)]. [Steffens, Lincoln (1866-1936)]. [12" x 20" Photograph of a Banquet Honoring Steffens, Party Includes Clarence and Ruby Darrow] New York: Standard Flashlight Company, 27 April 1931. [With] [11" x 6" Printed List of People Who Attended the Banquet]. [And] Darrow, Clarence. [Filene, Edward A. (1860-1937)]. [Autograph Letter, Signed, To Filene, On the Letterhead of the Murray Hill Hotel, New York, New York, April 17, 1931]. Single 9-1/2" x 6" sheet. Some edgewear to photo, upper left corner of image repaired, light toning and fold lines to list, early annotations to photograph, a few chips and nicks to edges of both. Items mounted on 16" x 32" foam-core board. Letter, which is not mounted, has some toning, two horizontal fold lines, a few light pencil lines (offsetting from another document) and glue residue to verso,… Read More
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New York: The New Art Scene: Photographs by Ugo Mulas [ Review Copy with Four Photographs Laid in ]
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New York: The New Art Scene: Photographs by Ugo Mulas [ Review Copy with Four Photographs Laid in ]

by Text by Alan Solomon; Design by Michele Provinciali

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New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1967. RARE Review Copy of this groundbreaking behind-the-scenes look into the New York art scene of the 1960s. With four 8" x 10" B&W glossy photos from the book laid in; George Segal's "Couple at the Stairs"; Andy Warhol in his studio; Marcel Duchamp in his Manhattan apartment; and Lee Bontecon, relaxing in her studio ( first 3 photos Fine, last photo small faint spot bottom margin and faint bottom corner crease). The book is Near Fine, small prior owner name 2nd front end page, slight bowing to boards. In a Very Good dust jacket, 1/4" chip across head and 1 1/2" chip base of spine, narrow chip at top edge front flap fold, several small closed edge tears. Original photographs from this New York collection are uncommon at auction.(RBH). While these four are not originals, they would be striking framed as a set. . First Edition. Cloth. Near Fine/Very Good. Tall 4to - over 9¾" - 12" Tall. Review Copy.
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[PHOTOGRAPHIE] Portrait photographique de Léon Tolstoï
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[PHOTOGRAPHIE] Portrait photographique de Léon Tolstoï

by [TOLSTOI Léon]

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Saint Petersbourg: Vezenberg, 1880. Fine. Vezenberg, Saint Petersbourg s.d. (circa 1880), 6,4x10,7cm, une photographie au format carte de visite. - Rarissime photographie originale sur papier albuminé, au format carte de visite, contrecollée sur un carton du studio Vezenberg à Saint Petersbourg. Cachet en russe en bas du cliché indiquant en cyrillique ""L. Tolstoï"". Nous n'avons pu trouver aucun exemplaire de cette photographie dans les collections publiques. Les photographies de ce géant de la littérature russe sont rares et recherchées. [ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Photographic portrait of Leo Tolstoy Vezenberg | Saint Petersburg n. d. [ca 1880] | 6.4 x 10.7 cm | one carte-de-visite photograph Extremely rare original photograph on albumen paper, carte-de-visite size, laid on a cardboard of the Vezenberg studio in Saint Petersburg. Stamp in Russian at the bottom of the photograph indicating in Cyrillic ""L. Tolstoy"". We have not fond any… Read More
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Kaddish.  Deluxe signed, limited edition with print
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Kaddish. Deluxe signed, limited edition with print

by Boltanski, Christian

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Munchen: Gina Kehayoff Verlag, 1998. Book. Fine. Hardcover. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Original paper covered boards in matching slipcase. Number 75 of the Deluxe limited edition of 75 signed copies exclusively printed for 'Amis du Musee'. With an original gelatin silver print (24 x 20 cm.) pasted to the front paste down and protected by a tissue gard. The book is signed and numbered by Christian Boltanski on a loose colophon sheet pasted on the rear paste down. "It is a monumental book, over 1,100 images culled from newspapers, archives, books, postcards, found photographs and flea-market pictures. a gigantic memento mori, the primary aim of all Boltanski's work" (Parr & Badger II:173). 28 x 22,5 cm. Tiny bump to rear side of lower spine end and one corner of the slipcase, otherwise as new. Very rare!.
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Tiborc
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Tiborc

by Kalman, Kata / Ivan Boldizsar (text)

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Budapest: Cserepfalvi, 1937. Book. Good. Soft cover. 1st Edition. 4to. Original wrappers with soiling and spotting on front panel. Inside remarkably clean. 24 full page, black and white photogravures by Kalman of peasants and factory workers. Interviews by Boldizsar. Extremely rare. Parr and Badger The Photobook, vol. I, p.140. Additional photographs on request. Google 'Ceebe100' to watch a video of this book..
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Paris de nuit. 60 photos inédites de Brassaď.

Paris de nuit. 60 photos inédites de Brassaď.

by Morand, Paul / BRASSAI.

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Paris, Arts et métiers graphiques, [1933]. . Erste Ausgabe (des ersten Fotobuchs Brassais). - Brassaď (d.i. Gyula Halász, 1899-1984), französischer Fotograf ungarischer Herkunft, kam nach Studien in Ungarn und Deutschland 1924 nach Paris. Sein Freund, der ungar. Fotograf André Kertész überredete ihn, die Faszination des Pariser Nachtlebens in Fotos einzufangen. 1933 erschien sein Bildband "Paris de Nuit", der ihn sofort berühmt machte: "Brassai, der Pariser aus Transsylvanien, erscheint als Engel der Dunkelheit. Seine Sensibilität genießt das Ursprüngliche, das Fantastische, das Zweideutige und sogar das Bizarre" (John Szarkowski, Museum of Modern Art, New York). - Deckelkanten gering berieben
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Photographies Modernes

Photographies Modernes

by Bost, Pierre / A. Calavas; Photographs By Germaine Krull, Andre Kertesz, Maurice Tabard, Francois Rainier, R. Parry, Eli Lotar, Joris Ivens, M. Gravot, Chevojun, I. Kitrosser, Johnny Fernhout, Sougez, Jean Dreville, Andre Vigneau

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Paris: Librairie Des Arts Decoratifs, 1927. First Edition . Chemise. Very Good +. 235 x 175 Mm. [12], 24. Plates are 225 x 165 mm. Introductory text, in French, folded sheets, with 24 loose plates, in a paper-covered salmon chemise with off-white paper label, white cloth spine and cloth ties [spine and ties a little aged]. Light wear at corners, tiny area of bumping to upper tips, interior paper of spine is split, but exterior is sound; plates are immaculate and undamaged. No names or marks. Scarce.
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In Greece
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In Greece: Journeys by Mountain and Valley

by Baud-Bovy, D. and Boissonnas, Fred.

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With a preface by Théophile Homolle. Translated from the French by Charles Frederic Hardy. First english language edition. 132 pp.+ 40 full-page photogravure plates with printed tissue guards and 86 illustrations in the text. 39x31 cm. Éditions d'Art Fred. Boissonnas, Genève, 1920. There are printed of this work on fine hand-made paper, prepared specially for this edition, 300 copies, of which this copy is No. 15. (Additional postage due to heavy weight) --- François Frédéric Boissonnas, nicknamed Fred (1858-1946) came from a Swiss family of photographers. An enthusiastic trekker, he started out on his journey from Geneve together with his inseparable friend and travel companion, Greek scholar Daniel Baud-Bovy, rector in the Geneva school of Fine Arts. From their first journey in 1903 until 1920, carrying a baggage of stereotypes on Greece passed on by travellers of the previous centuries, they toured and took photographs everywhere, from Epirus to the Peloponnese and from Ithaca to Olympus and… Read More
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[PHOTOGRAPHIE] Portrait photographique de Gustave Courbet à la canne
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[PHOTOGRAPHIE] Portrait photographique de Gustave Courbet à la canne

by COURBET Gustave

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Paris: Carjat, 1860. Fine. Carjat, Paris s.d. (circa 1860), 6,3x9,1cm, une photographie. - Rare photographie originale sur papier albuminé, au format carte de visite, contrecollée sur carton. Résidus de colle et papier un peu frotté au dos, sans gravité. Gustave Courbet fait la connaissance d'Etienne Carjat en 1859 en Allemagne et les deux hommes lieront une amitié très forte. ""Mon cher Carjat, je t'aime comme tu sais, tu es mon confident d'amour, tu es mon biographe, tu es mon ami"" (Lettre de Courbet, février 1863) Nous n'avons pu trouver aucun exemplaire de cette photographie dans les collection publiques. [ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Photographic Portrait of Gustave Courbet with a cane Carjat | Paris n. d. [ca 1860] | 6.3 x 9.1 cm | one carte-de-visite photograph Rare original photograph on albumin paper, in visiting card format, laid down on card. Remnants of glue, paper slightly rubbed on verso, but not seriously. Gustave Courbet met Etienne… Read More
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Swimming (Signed Limited Edition)
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Swimming (Signed Limited Edition)

by BARNEY, Tina and Tina Howe

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New York: The Library Fellows at the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1991. First edition and first printing. Large oblong hardcover. The second book in a series of artist collaborations published by the Whitney Fellows. Limited edition of 175 copies. Features text by Tina Howe, a dialogue between four people on the Atlantic coast. Includes nine chromogenic images by Tina Barney. A clean near fine copy in cloth covered boards with blue morocco spine and in a near fine cloth slipcase. Signed by both Barney and Howe on the colophon. A very attractive production. This is a heavy and oversized book and will require extra shipping.
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Swimming
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Swimming

by BARNEY, Tina & HOWE, Tina

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New York: Whitney Museum, 1991. Limited. hardcover. near fine. Barney, Tina. Text (a play) by Tina Howe, followed by 9 original full-page 11 x 14 inch chromogenic prints by Tina Barney. Slim oblong folio, handsomely bound in publisher's 3/4 turquoise morocco; blue cloth slipcase. New York: Libtrary Fellows of the Whitney Museum, 1991. Limited edition of only 175 signed copies. As usual, the spine is evenly faded, otherwise a fine copy in a very good solid slipcase.<br/><br/> A highly desirable volume - The second from the Whitney Library Fellows Series. Limited to 175 copies and signed in pencil by both artist and author.<br/><br/>
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SWIMMING
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SWIMMING

by Barney, Tina and Tina Howe

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NY: Library Fellows of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1991. Limited first edition. Oblong folio, [14] pp. with [9] leaves of chromogenic photographs. Half pale blue morocco with blue cloth over boards, housed in a matching blue cloth over boards slipcase. The spine is light struck, turning the blue to green as is the case with this volume. A fine copy. Limited to 175 copies and SIGNED by both Tina Barney and Tina Howe. The text is a four person dialogue written by Tina Howe, and set on a beach along the Atlantic Coast in late August. The text is accompanied by 9 mounted chromogenic photographs, 11 x 14 inches, by Tina Barney. This was the second volume issued in the Artists and Writers series. It was designed by Katy Homans. The text is Monotype Bembo, and printed by letterpress by Michael and Winifred Bixler. Booklab executed the binding.
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The Body's Recollection of Being:  Phenomenological Psychology and the Deconstruction of...
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The Body's Recollection of Being: Phenomenological Psychology and the Deconstruction of Nihilism

by Levin, David Michael

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Routledge, 1990. 8vo size trade paperback; 390 pages including index From back: "This is a unique study, continuing the work of Merleau-Ponty and Heidegger, and using the techniques of phenomenology against the prevailing nihilism of our culture. It expands our understanding of the human potential for spiritual self-realization by interpreting it as the developing of a bodily-felt awareness informing our gestures and movements. The author argues that a psychological focus on our experiences of well-being and pathology as embodied beings contribute significantly to a historically relevant critique of idealogy. It also provides an essential touchstone in experience for a fruitful individual and collective response to the dangers of nihilism." Edgewear, moderate wear to covers with sunned spine; marginalia, underlining and very light highlighting on least 58 pages prior to page 107; two previously folded page corners, some stray ink marks on outside pages. Thanks for shopping with us.… Read More
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Reframing Japanese Cinema
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Reframing Japanese Cinema

by Nolletti, Jr., Arthur & David Desser (editors)

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9780253207234 / 0253207231
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Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1992. 365 pages. Wear to corners and creasing to lower corner of front cover. Bumped corners towards back of book. Illustrated with black and white photos and illustrations. Thanks for shopping with us! 100% of your purchase benefits charity and supports literacy and lifelong learning.. Soft Cover. Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
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John Tordai: A People Called Palestine

John Tordai: A People Called Palestine

by Tordai, J.C. John; Graham Usher

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Dewi Lewis Publishing, 2001. Paperback. First edition. Near Fine paperback with a bump to the crown and back bottom tip. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD. John Tordai has been photographing Palestinians and Israelis for over 20 years. This is his second book and the emphasis is on the period between 1993 and 2001. Photographs by J.C. Tordai; introduction by Graham Usher. 96 pages; 55 duo-toned b&w plates; 8.75 x 6.5 inches.
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Women by Women

Women by Women

by Delius, Peter; Jacek Slaski - Editors

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Munich: Prestel, 2003. Hardcover. First edition. Fine in a Fine dust jacket. All dust jackets are protected by a clear mylar cover. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. Edited by Peter Delius and Jacek Slaski; introduction by Sophie Hack and Stephanie Kuhnen. 128 pages; over 100 color and b&w plates; 9.75 x 11.25 inches. Brief biographies and photos of the photographers at the rear. Nude and erotic photography by women photographers, including Sylvia Plachy, Ellen von Unwerth, Lillian Bassman, and others.
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Marilyn- Barnes & Noble First Edition (Taschen) Steve Crist and Shirley T. Ellis de Dienes (editors)
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Marilyn- Barnes & Noble First Edition (Taschen) Steve Crist and Shirley T. Ellis de Dienes (editors): The Taschen licensed to Barnes & Noble Edition

by Dienes, Andre de

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Marilyn (First Edition)Dienes, Andre de (photographer); Steve Crist and Shirley T. Ellis de Dienes (editors) Barnes & Noble / Taschen, Beverly Hills, CA, 2007. First Edition, quarto hardcover in dust jacket. B/W/Color throughout, 240pp. Dienes' imagery of Marilyn Monroe from her early Norma Jeane years to blonde and outstanding actress and comedian of film.
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Burma: Something Went Wrong
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Burma: Something Went Wrong

by Chao, Chan; Jeffrey Hoone; Amitav Ghosh

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Tucson: Nazraeli Press/Light Work, 2000. Hardcover. SIGNED. First edition. Near Fine cloth-bound hardcover with a light bump to the crown and a light tap to two tips in a Very Good+ dust jacket with a couple of short closed tears/creases and light wear at the edges. All dust jackets are protected by a clear mylar cover. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. Portraits of Burmese pro-democracy students struggling against that country's military regime along the Thai-Myanmar border. Photographs by Chan Chao; preface by Jeffrey Hoone; afterword by Amitav Ghosh. SIGNED BY CHAO on the title page; no inscription. From a first edition limited to 1000 unnumbered copies. 128 pages; 77 color plates; 13.25 x 9.75 inches. LAID IN is a gallery invitation for an exhibition of nudes by Chao. Overseas sales may require extra postage for this volume.
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Now Becoming Then

Now Becoming Then

by Michals, Duane; Kozloff, Max (essay)

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Altadena: Twin Palms, 1990 First Printing of 5000 copies, Fine in Fine, no remainder or other markings, bright tight Gift Quality copy (dj in mylar); 4to; fully illus. Extra shipping charge REQUIRED for priority or overseas delivery of this heavy oversize book (extra charge SUBSTANTIAL for overseas shipment). First Edition. Hard Cover. As New/As New.
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Marilyn
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Marilyn: Monroe, Marilyn, 1926-1962 Actress and Comedian

by Steinem, Gloria and Barris, George

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Marilyn- Text by Gloria Steinem and photos by George Barris and others. Stated First Edition (1986 copyright) 1988. Henry Holt & Co. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 0805000607 001838 - hardcover - - - Steinem Gloria (text) & Barris George (photos). MARILYN NY: Henry Holt and Co. (1986). 1st Edition. 182p. Hardbound with DJ. Very minor wear only. Text is tight and clean.
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The Journey of John W. Mosley
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The Journey of John W. Mosley

by Blockson, Charles L

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Philadelphia: Quantum Leap Publisher, [1992]. Hardcover. Fine/fine. 4to. 192 pp. Bound in full black cloth, in illustrated dust jacket. Mosley's black and white photographs accompanied by captions. Includes index of captions. Fine, bright, clean copy in Fine dust jacket with light shelf wear.
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Muse: Desire & Severance
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Muse: Desire & Severance

by Boman, PJ - Photographs; Preface by Sarah Brown

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9783908163411 / 3908163412
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Edition Stemmle, 2001. Hardcover. SIGNED. First edition. Near Fine hardcover with a light bump to two tips in a Near Fine dust jacket protected by a mylar cover. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. Photographs of two women in various states of dress and undress interspersed with the occasional still life, landscape or architectural shot--all in a noirish mode. Photographs by PJ Boman; preface by Sarah Brown. SIGNED BY BOMAN. 120 pages; 70 duo-toned b&w plates; 10 x 12 inches. Out of Print.
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