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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.
1997. Replete with with 891 illustrations. 224 pages with text in Japanese and English captions at rear. Slim folio, staple-bound exhibition catalogue. Tokyo: Tokyo Fuji Art Museum and Asahi Shimbun, 1997. First edition. Minor wear at corners and faint foxing at edge of covers, otherwise a near fine copy of this scarce item.
New York: New York Graphic Society, 1986. Illustrated with 119 duotones from photographs by the author; 11 b/w illustrations. Oblong 4to, blind-stamped natural cloth, unclipped d.w. (lightly edgeworn and with one small tear on spine panel). New York: New York Graphic Society, (1986). First edition. A fine copy in a very good dust wrapper.
Bowie: T. H. Carpenter. by noted Texas photographer, Thomas H. Carpenter, whose imprint appears on the mount. The image depicts a shoulder-up studio image of a young man set into a photographic floral-wreath background. Bowie, Texas, n.d., circa 1892. Very good Thomas H. Carpenter's first gallery was opened in New Orleans in 1865. By 1876, he operated out of Sherman, Texas and advertised that he sold affordable custom portraits. In 1892, the Texas Gazette newspaper listed Carpenter as a photographer.....
Parma: Franco Maria Ricci, 1975. Edited by Guido Almansi, notes by Brassai and Helmut Gernsheim. 41 tipped in sepia-toned photographs. 213 pages on hand-made paper, folio, black silk with gilt lettering and photograph mounted on the front cover, cloth slipcase; slight fading to spine. Parma: Franco Maria Ricci, 1975. A fine copy in a near fine slipcase. One of 3000 numbered copies signed by Franco Maria Ricci.
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1980. With an Introduction by Maitland A. Edey. Illustrated with photographs in full color by Alfred Eisenstadt. 255pp. Short 4to, gilt-lettered blind-stamped blue cloth, publisher's board slipcase. New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1980. A fine copy in a near fine box. One of 2000 numbered copies, signed by the photographer.
New York: Morgan & Morgan, 1988. Many photographic illustrations in color & in black & white. 128 pages. Slim 4to, glossy pictorial wrappers. New York: Morgan & Morgan, in cooperation with the Patrick & Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art at Marquette University, (1988). First edition. A near fine copy. Signed on the title by the photographer.
New York: Abrams, 2008. Foreword by Graydon Carter. Hundreds of exquisite photographs. 383 pages. Large 4to, cloth, d.w.; minor wear at corners of dust wrapper. New York: Harry N. Abrams, (2008). A near fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. Essays by Christopher Hitecns, David Friend and Terence Pepper.
New York: Thames & Hudson, 2007. Foreword by Martine Franck; introduction by Agnes Sire; essay by Michel Frizot. Packed with over 350 illustrations. 262pp. Small folio, gilt and blind-stamped black leatherette, no dust wrapper as issued. New York: Thames & Hudson, 2007. First edition. A fine copy. Cartier-Bresson's famous 1940s scrapbook, published in its entirety for the first time, on the occasion of an exhibition.
Robert Delpire, 1954. Illustrated with black & white photographs. 124pp of text. 12mo, cream boards with pink cover label, chipped d.w. (as usual the wrapper spine is faded and the boards slightly darkened at edges). Paris: Robert Delpire, (1954). First Edition. A very good copy. Le second volume de la collection "Huit" realise par Robert Delpire et Pierre Faucheux.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1952. Illustrated with 126 large b/w photographic plates, printed in heliogravure. 12-page pamphlet with Captions is laid-in. Folio, pictorial paper-covered boards illustrated by Matisse, with matching pictorial dust wrapper. New York: Simon and Schuster/Verve, (1952). First edition. A fine fresh copy in a fine dust wrapper. An important and notoriously delicate book, this is as perfect a copy as you're ever likely to see, with none of the usual toning on binding or wrapper. --.....