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Boston: Little Brown, 1993. Black & white and color photographic illustrations. xv, 240 pages. 4to, black cloth-backed green boards with gilt lettering, d.w. (toned at interior). Boston: Little, Brown & Company, (1993). First edition. Boards toned at edges, small inked mark at outer bottom edge of pages. A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
New York: The Jewish Black Book Committee, 1946. With more than 100 illustrations from official sources. 560 pages. Tall thick 8vo, black cloth, lightly edgeworn, in a tattered d.w. New York: The Jewish Black Book Committee, (1946). First edition. As usual the thin pages are rather toned, still very good in poor dust wrapper.
Munchen: Gina Kehayoff, 1998. Thick 4to, original gray boards, gray edges, with matching slipcase. Munchen: Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris/ Gina Kehayoff Verlag, 1998. Limited Edition. Fine. Number 15 of 75 copies signed by Boltanski, with an original gelatin silver print pasted to the front end-paper. A monumental book by this conceptual artist, with over 1100 photos dealing with the theme of memories and forgotten lives.
Warsaw: Rada Ochrony Pomnikow Walki i Meczenstwa. A book of black and white photogravures commemorating the atrocities that took place at Auschwitz, with an introduction by Adolf Gawalewicz. 122 pages with all text in Polish. 4to, blue & white cloth printed with barbed wire motif. Warwaw: Rada Ochroby Pomnikow Walki i Meczenstwa, (no date, c. 1970). Ex-library stamps on flyleaf and page edges, else a near fine copy.