New York: Privately Printed, 1980.
Edited and introduced by Pamela Moore. Illustrated throughout with 90 mounted color photographs.  64pp printed in letterpress on heavy boards; 45 rpm record in sleeve at rear. Oblong folio, black pictorial boards with color xerox transfer print inlaid; black leather spine (a bit worn and with some of the silver lettering quite dull); cloth slipcase. New York & London: Privately Printed by Richard Minsky, 1980. Limited first edition -- number 11 of only 25 copies, signed by Minsky. A very good copy, internally fine.
Minsky is a pioneering contemporary book artist and founder of the Center for Book Arts in New York City. This volume is a biographical account and travelogue of his experiences (and other peoples' perceptions of his activities) during his US/UK Bicentennial Fellowship in London, 1978-79.
Illustrator: Minsky, Richard
Condition: Very Good