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Yosemite and the Range of Light [SIGNED - 1979 1ST EDITION, 1ST PRINTING - FINE COPY WITH THE ORIGINAL TIME/LIFE SHIPPING BOX]

by Adams, Ansel

Condition: Fine/fine


New York Graphic Society, 1979. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/fine. SIGNED COPY Yosemite and the Range of Light, 1979. Hardcover in pictorial dust jacket. First Edition, First Printing (stated). Introduction by Paul Brooks. More than one hundred magnificent photographs, reproduced under Adams's supervision, capture the awesome beauty of Yosemite Valley and the Sierra Nevada, ranging from the intimate to the panoramic in scope. SIGNED on a Time/Life bookplate by Ansel Adams (adhered to the fep). BOOK CONDITION: Fine; a solid, tight, clean copy in a Near Fine dust jacket showing a very faint dampstain to extreme upper margin of rear panel (looks great in a new, clear brodart cover) housed in the origina Time/Life shipping box. SIGNED




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