London: Ivory Press, 2007. Profusely illustrated with photographs, primarily in color. 291pp., tall 4to, white boards with large silver-lettered "C" and printed title in red and gray; some light dust soiling to boards and small ding at head of spine. London: Ivory Press, (2007). Internally fine, a very good(+) copy. Text in English and Chinese.
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New York: Viking, 1981. Color and black and white plates. 180pp. Large 4to, green cloth, in board slipcase with color pictorial label (case just a bit edgeworn). N.Y. & Washington, DC: National Park Foundation and Viking Press, 1981. First Edition. Fine. Signed by Ketchum and with an additional signed gift card tipped-in. National parks in the work of America's greatest nature photographers, including Wm. Henry Jackson, Eadweard Muybrige, Edw. Weston, Ansel Adams, Eliot Porter, Minor White, and others...
Chicago: Chicago Institute of Design, 1961. With 17 b/w photographs and 1 page introductory note "The Eyes Sees More than the Mind Knows" by Jonathan Williams. Slim oblong staple-bound catalogue with white pictorial wrappers (somewhat dusty and a bit yellowed; faint dampstain on lower rear corner which barely effects the margins of last several plates). Chicago: Press of The Institute of Design, 1961. First edition. A very good copy copy of this scarce monograph -- Callahan's debut work...
Lyme: Callaway, 1980. Frontispiece and 47 other large b/w photographs. 4 page poem by A. R. Ammons and an afterword by Callahan. Thin square folio, natural cloth, scuffed but un-torn d.w. (Lyme, CT: Callaway Editions, 1980). First edition - one of 5000 copies. Slight offsetting on endpapers from d.w. flaps, still a fine copy in a very good dust wrapper.
Boston: David R. Godine, 1973. With 48 full page plates. Introductions by Virginia Woolf & Roger Fry. Tall 4to, burgundy cloth (slightly edgeworn), d.w. Boston: David R. Godine Publishers, (1973). A very good copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. Preface and notes by Tristram Powell. Revised and Expanded from the 1926 edition.
New York: Aperture, 1978. Preface by L. Carrington Goodrich; historical commentary by Nigel Cameron. Profusely illustrated with sepia photographs. 159 pages, slim oblong 4to, black cloth, dust wrapper (worn at top of spine; flyleaf and half-title page creased). New York: Aperture, (1978). Very good.
Santa Monica: Fetterman Gallery, 2002. Small 4to, blue cloth with mounted cover photographic print. WITH: an original photographic silver print "Bolshoi Ballet School", measuring 8 x 10 inches, housed in a blue chemise and matching slipcase. (Santa Monica, California: Peter Fetterman Gallery, 2002). Limited first edition. Fine. From a stated edition of only 50 copies, this one is signed and numbered "Artists Proof 4", by Capa on the verso of print.
Boston: Little Brown, 1991. Edited by Cornell Capa & Richard Whelan. Profusely illustrated with black & white photos. 167 pages. Square 4to, gray cloth, dust wrapper. Boston: Little Brown, (1991). A fine copy, with lengthy inscription from editor Richard Wheelan to fellow authors Shirley Hazzard & Francis Steegmuller.
Tokyo: Pacific Press Service, 1980. 96 pages with all text in Japanese except for a one-page acknowledgment in English at rear by Cornell Capa & Robert Kirschenbaum. Short square 4to, white pictorial wrappers with full-page rear cover portrait of Capa. [Tokyo]: Pacific Press Service, printed under auspices of International Center of Photography in New York, 1980. Light foxing on front cover and fore-edge, still a very good(+) copy of this uncommon catalogue.