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MORLAND, Harold

Published by Lakeland Printers, Cumbria (1978)

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About this Item: Lakeland Printers, Cumbria, 1978. Original Printed Wraps. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Typed letter signed by author laid in. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 002536

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Warren, Rosanna

Published by W. W. Norton & Company, Incorporated, New York, NY, U.S.A. (1984)

ISBN 10: 0393302059 ISBN 13: 9780393302059

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About this Item: W. W. Norton & Company, Incorporated, New York, NY, U.S.A., 1984. Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition softbound. SIGNED (inscribed) by author on half-title page. Also includes laid-in a handwritten SIGNED letter from author, on Boston University stationary, mentioning 'Each Leaf'. Some ghosting on rear inside cover from attached original 1984 review from New York Times Book Review. Author's first collection of poems. Signed by Author. Seller Inventory # 003060

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FALLEN LEAVES: The Civil War Letters Of: Scott, Robert Garth

Scott, Robert Garth (editor)

Published by Kent OH & Londond UK. 1991. Kent State Univ. Press (1991)

ISBN 10: 0873384407 ISBN 13: 9780873384407

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About this Item: Kent OH & Londond UK. 1991. Kent State Univ. Press, 1991. blue cloth hardbound 8vo. 8º (octavo). dustwrapper in protective plastic book jacket cover. fine cond. binding square & tight. covers clean. edges clean. 2 page corner turndowns, otherwise contents free of markings. SIGNED by the Editor on the title page. dustwrapper in fine cond. not worn or torn or price clipped (no price listed). nice clean copy. no library markings or store stamps, no stickers or bookplates, no names (other than editor's signature), no inking , no underlining, no remainder markings etc ~. first edition. first printing (NAP). xiv+266p. 35 b&w maps & illustrations. footnotes throughout. bibliographic essay. index. biography. autobiography. memoirs. american history. american civil war. ~MAJOR HENRY LIVERMORE ABBOTT of the 20th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry was the most widely known and highly respected officer of his rank to serve in the Army of the Potomac. He distinguished himself in every battle in which he participated, from Ball's Bluff until the Battle of the Wilderness, where he died in command of his regiment. Fallen Leaves is a collection of Abbott's wartime letters to his family and friends, the majority published here for the first time. Robert Garth Scott's introduction contains a biographical sketch of Abbott that offers the most complete account of his life to date and, in his epilogue, recounts the details of Abbott's final battle and death. Also published with the letters are 36 photographs, many of them showing members of the 20th Massachusetts. Abbott's letters convey an immediacy which gives readers a sense of being part of an inner circle of friends and relatives. This quality lends itself to fresh and compelling reading for Civil War scholars, buffs, and general readers alike. Seller Inventory # 7121702

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Politzer, L. L.

Published by Melbourne, Pan Publishing House, 1944? (1944)

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About this Item: Melbourne, Pan Publishing House, 1944?, 1944. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Original brown patterned wrappers with yapp edges, paper label title on front cover, full-page and double-page black and white line drawings throughout. Light wear to yapp edges. A very good first printing inscribed and signed by Politzer in 1944 by the author. Miller/Macartney, p382. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 4149S

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George Eyre-Todd

Published by Brown, Son and Ferguson, Glasgow (1934)

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About this Item: Brown, Son and Ferguson, Glasgow, 1934. Cloth. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. First Edition. Author's inscribed presentation copy to J. Bryce Duncan, of Newlands, Dumfries. Illustrated. Essays on Scottish literature and history. 256pp. . Blue cloth, very bright and tight. Pages untrimmed. Signed by Author. Seller Inventory # 25511

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Compiled By Louise Diman

Published by E. A. Johnson, Roger Williams Press, Providence, RI (1941)

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About this Item: E. A. Johnson, Roger Williams Press, Providence, RI, 1941. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No. First Edition. Providence, RI: E. A. Johnson, Roger Williams Press, 1941. First edition, 1941, with personalized inscription signed by the author on the front free endpaper, dated June 1941. Blue hardcover with paper label on front cover, 123 pages. Very light edgewear, good hinges, firm text block, some very light foxing to the first four leaves, remaining pages very clean and unmarked. Signed by the Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 034175

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Charles Edward Fewster (1847-1896), Hull paint maker; Owen Jones; Henry Warren; Chas. Goodall & Son [Charles Goodall & Son] of Camden, printers; Marcus Ward & Co., of Belfast; Albrecht Dürer [Durer]

Published by In album by Marcus Ward & Co. of London and the Royal Ulster Works Belfast. Owen Jones item: London: Longman & Co Charles Goodall & Son letter: London: 1 February 1877 (1844)

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About this Item: In album by Marcus Ward & Co. of London and the Royal Ulster Works Belfast. Owen Jones item: London: Longman & Co Charles Goodall & Son letter: London: 1 February 1877, 1844. A cultured man (an authority on numismatics), Fewster worked for the family firm of Thomas Fewster of Hull, paint, colour and varnish manufacturers. The present item is an attractive example of his professional interest in the developments in late nineteenth-century design (another is his collection of the designs of Christopher Dresser, in two albums, is now in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London). It is a small 4to (21 x 17 cm) album of green cloth, with embossed design of birds and foliage around the words 'Scrap Album' on front cover, and printed illustrated title by Marcus Ward & Co. (The rear pastedown carries the firms ticket.) Both album and its contents are in very good condition, with light signs of age. Fewster's bookplate and library label are on front pastedown. The contents begin with four items which the context indicates are by Chas Goodall & Son. The first is a 12mo leaf carrying a full-page advertisement for 'Kiku' and 'Mume' Japanese paper, printed in silver on light blue, and with an oriental decorative border. This is followed by three leaves of white paper with oriental floral designs on one side, the first 35 x 11 cm (the first a stylised pattern printed in gold, and the second depicting small flowers on a long bough, printed in silver), and the third, 17.5 x 22.5 cm, in silver. The manuscript letter (2pp., landscape 12mo) follows, signed by 'Chas Goodall & Son'. Written in a neat, attractive hand, it begins: 'Dear Sir | We are very glad to reply to your enquiry respecting "Japanesque" stationery. As you are probably aware there is no nation which produces such an infinite variety of paper as the Japanese and they have hitherto stood alone in the use of a characteristically decorated paper for the purpose of communication one to another. The "Japanesque" stationery is based on a study of these Japanese papers many of which have a special symbolism and meaning, altogether independent of the correspondence for which they are the vehicle, and the peculiarity we have preserved, thus in the "Mume" & "Kiku" patterns congratulation and social joyousness are conveyed, hence these patterns are especially adapted for correspondence from friend to friend'. The letter continues with a discussion of the symbolism of the 'Bamboo' and 'Dead Willow' patterns. The letter is followed by an 11.5 x 8.5 cm card, laid down, with eight label designs in colour, each with birds and foliage surrounding a religious text ('BE ye followers of GOD', 'YE must be born again', 'NOW is the day of salvation' and so on). Next comes the laid-down title of 'Little Ella and the Fire King and other Fairy Tales | With Illustrations by Henry Warren' (Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, 1861), with its beautiful design printed in colours. This is followed by fourteen leaves from 'The Sermon on the Mount' ([London:] Longman & Co, 1844), 'Illuminated by Owen Jones', with each leaf tipped-in onto a leaf of the album by a strip of tissue tape, thus enabling examination of both sides. Jones's work is one of the high points of Victorian printing, and these examples (28pp. of the book's 32pp.) are taken from the unrevised first edition. The last item in the album is an 11.5 x 7.5 cm reversed print on India paper of Durer's 1512 depiction of a peasant man and woman at market. Seller Inventory # 14729

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Patler, John

Published by American National Party 1961-1962, New York (1961)

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About this Item: American National Party 1961-1962, New York, 1961. Loose Sheets. Condition: Very Good+/Near Fine. Unique/First Printing. Single leaves are in excellent condition; graphics are bright and paper slightly worn, but intact and legible. Existence of other ephemera and correspondence from the American National Party is unknown and scarce. Small collection of materials from the short-lived white supremacist group, American National Party headed by party leader John Patler and later assassin of Neo-Nazi George Lincoln Rockwell, commander of the American Nazi Party [1958-1967]. The collection of material includes six party generated leaflets, with descriptions below, as well as a typed cover letter signed by John Patler to an interested New Yorker requesting literature. The material itself is an aggregation of promotional literature compiled for inquiries about the American National Party, including "Abolish the Reds" flier [1961]; blank application for membership [1961]; a notice for the New York Division, American National Party street meeting against communism outside a peace conference at St. Nicholas Place [February 1962]; "What Price Peace ?" flier with a political cartoon by John Patler with anti-communist rhetoric, "There can be NO ‘peace’ while Communism exists!" [February 1962]; a two-sided news clipping compilation photocopied flier with selective articles about John Palter various arrests and hunger strike episode [October 1962]; and a two page photocopied, stapled newsletter "John Palter Answers some important questions about the American National Party" postulating Palter’s rampant racist manifesto. The single correspondence letter is a response from John Palter, signed in blue pencil, to Stephen Rover on the official American National Party letterhead with red and black graphics, including the Sun-Wheel Sword logo, also appearing throughout the ephemera. The bottom of the letterhead lists party members: John Patler, National Chairman; Dan Burros, Vice Chairman, Internal Security; E.v. Froreich, Registrar, National Treasurer; R.G. Grandinetti, N.Y. State Chairman, National Organizer; and Paul Dukel, Defense Corps Commander (Party Shock Troops) [January 19, 1962]. John Patler, additionally served as the American National Party purulent cartoonist and editor, expounding racism to the point of overly zealous propaganda and vehement action-based hate. This translated into a very vocal criticism of American Nazi Party leader George Lincoln Rockwell, and then subsequent assassination of Rockwell by Patler in 1967 who claimed Rockwell’s race politics were too "soft." Additionally, Daniel Burros, also a former American Nazi Party follower, also led the New York branch of the KKK until 1965, until it was revealed by the New York Times that he himself was of Jewish descent and within hours of the publication he shot himself. The film "The Believer" is based loosely on the fanatic anti-Semitism of Burros, as a conflicted Jewish neo-Nazi. Seller Inventory # 9018

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POEM OF THE MONTH CLUB (48 single: Various

About this Item: London : Bourton Dorset : Poem-of-the-Month Club, 1970. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Complete portfolio of "Poem of the Month Club' published by London, Bourton, Dorset from 1970 - 77. 48 unbound paper broadsheets which are contained in the original publisher's portfolio which is in Very Good condition: half pigskin tie folder with title to upper board with some mild scuffing to the pigskin.It retains the original ties.Each broadsheet is in near FINE condition and has been SIGNED by the Poet, with Betjeman’s poem additionally corrected in his own hand.Initially limited to 1000 copies,later folios were as few as 500 or 600.Poets include:Stevie Smith; C. Day Lewis; Philip Larkin; Robert Graves; Stephen Spender; Anthony Thwaite; Elizabeth Jennings; Stevie Smith; W.H. Auden; Seamus Heaney; John Betjeman et al.Also accompanied by various letters and notifications from the editors regarding further information concerning certain poets and poems.A Highlight of 20th Century poetry.Extremely scarce to find as a complete portfolio.Very Collectible. Ashtonrarebooks welcomes direct contact. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # ABE-16850830495

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Autograph Letter Signed mentioning "Leaves of Grass",: WHITMAN, WALT

WHITMAN, WALT

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About this Item: Whitman writes to New York publishers "Dick & Fitzgerald" mentioning two of his works. "After some delay I have succeeded in getting you [crossed out] a two Vol. set (in perfect order half leather bindings) of Leaves of Grass and Two Rivulets ed'n 1876.$6.66 (.one-third off)." Signed in strong full signature, "Walt Whitman." Whitman addresses the post card to Dick & Fitzgerald. The letter is partially published in the Collected Letters, letter 1674. In fine condition. Whitman mentions two of his poems, the most well known, "Leaves of Grass," published first in 1855 and "Two Rivulets" published in 1876. He moved to Camden, New Jersey in the early 1870s and remained for the rest of his life. In the year our letter, 1888, Whitman's "November Boughs" was published by David McKay. Framed with archival cream colored mat and double sided UV filtered glass with opening on back to show the address portion of the postcard . Image of Whitman is the frontispiece to the first edition of Whitman's Specimen Days & Collect (Philadelphia, 1882). Dimensions: Frame 15 inches x 12 inches; letter is 5.25 inches x 3 inches, Whitman print is 3.75 inches x 5.75 inches. Seller Inventory # 4381

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Nazraeli Press One Picture Book Series Complete: ADAMS, Robert, ÁLVAREZ

ADAMS, Robert, ÁLVAREZ BRAVO, Manuel, BALLEN, Roger, BRANDT, Bill, DEAL, Joe, DIVOLA, John, FRANK, Robert, GOLDBERG, Jim, GOSSAGE, John, GRANNAN, Katy, HATAKEYAMA, Naoya, HEINECKEN, Robert, HIDO, Todd, KENNA, Michael, MANN, Sally, MEEKS, Raymond, MISRACH, Richard, MORIYAMA, Daido, PARR, Martin, SHIBATA, Toshio, SHORE, Stephen, SOTH, Alec, STEINMETZ, Mark, SUZUKI, Risaku, TEMPLETON, Ed, VAN DONGEN, Ron, WEIFENBACH, Terri, YAMAMOTO, Masao, ANRAKUJI, Emi, ARNOLD, Corey, BATEMAN, Edward, BORENSZTEIN, Leon, CARRILLO, Javier, CHAO, Chan, COULOMMIER, Julien, DEL VALLE, Eduardo, DIAMOND, Jesse, FEN, Weng, FITCH, Steve, GIBSON, David H., GILBERT, Sara, HIBI, Yuichi, GÓMEZ, Mirta, GELLES, Judy, HARBECK, Joni, HONEY, Nancy, HORNBEAK-ORTIZ, Susan, INA,

Published by Nazraeli Press, Portland, Oregon (2000)

ISBN 10: 3923922949 ISBN 13: 9783923922949

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About this Item: Nazraeli Press, Portland, Oregon, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. 2000-2017. Nazraeli Press One Picture Book Series 1 to 100, Limited Edition(s) (each title with Print(s)). All of the One Picture Books in this complete set are in the First Edition, first and only printing. Each title is a limited edition of 500 copies hand-numbered and signed by the artist, with one original print tipped in the front or final page (except for #5, which has two Type-C prints mounted recto/verso on a hinged board).All of the titles in the set share the following format: Hardcover. Paper-covered boards (color and printing vary), no dust jacket as issued. 16 pp., with four-color and/or duotone plates. 7-1/2 x 5-3/4 inches.The complete set of 100 titles of this critically acclaimed series is extremely scarce, as the majority of the tittles are out of print and many are very scarce. New (all books). All books and tipped-in prints are in flawless condition. 1) Terri Weifenbach, Instruction Manual No. 1: 21. May 1995; 2) John Gossage, Four American Photographs; 3) Terri Weifenbach, Instruction Manual No. 2: 21. April 1996 ("Bee"); 4) Terri Weifenbach, Instruction Manual No. 3: 25. June 1996 ("Blue Sky"); 5) Chan Chao, Letter from P.L.F. (Burma); 6) Todd Hido, Taft Street; 7) Ron van Dongen, Rosa Ferreus; 8) Susan Hornbeak-Ortiz, True; 9) Bill Jay, Bill Brandt; 10) Julien Coulommier, Soleil Cou Coupe; 11) Yuki Onodera, How to Make a Pearl; 12) Robert Adams, Alders; 13) Risaku Suzuki, Fire: February 6; 14) Robert Heinecken, studiesnineteenseventy; 15) Don Kirby, You're not really initiated until your eyes are redder than your lips; 16) Masao Yamamoto, The Path of Green Leaves; 17) Martin Parr, 7 Communist Still Lifes; 18) Andreas Müller-Pohle, Yumiko; 19) Sara Gilbert, Cues; 20) Toshio Shibata, Type 55; 21) Michael Kenna, Boarding School; 22) Eduardo del Valle, Mirta Gómez, Four Sections of Time; 23) Weng Fen, Sitting on the Wall & Bird's Eye View; 24) Judy Gelles, Beach Boxes; 25) Naoya Hatakeyama, River Series / Shadow; 26) Boomoon Kwon, On the Clouds; 27) Camille Solyagua, Twenty-One Red-Crowned Cranes and One Black Crow; 28) Martin Parr, 7 Colonial Still Lifes; 29) Jim Stone, Why My Photographs are Good; 30) Stu Levy, Cranial Czar, Eh?; 31) Ken Ohara, One; 32) Steve Pyke: Post Partum; 33) Steve Pyke: Post Mortem; 34) Joseph Mills, e mars, Lilly's Waist; 35) Yuichi Hibi, Robert Frank, A Weekend with Mr. Frank; 36) Twinkako Ishiwata-Pichler, Desperately Seeking Twinka; 37) Ron van Dongen, A. angustatum; 38) Junko Takahashi, The Receptionist; 39) Daido Moriyama, Kuchibiru; 40) Emi Anrakuji, e hagaki; 41) Michael Kenna, Montecito Garden; 42) Tanya Marcuse, Fruitless; 43) Stephen Shore, Merced River; 44) Jesse Diamond, Drum Circle; 45) Nancy Honey, Poodle Parlour; 46) Lars Schwander, Manuel Álvarez Bravo: One Day in April 1999; 47) John Divola, Seven Dogs; 48) Masao Yamamoto, Fujisan; 49) David Maisel, Cascade Effect; 50) Rob McDonald, Birth Place; 51) Netta Madahar, Sustenance; 52) David Tseklenis, Julius Shulman Does His Own House; 53) Joe Deal, Indian Bingo; 54) Raymond Meeks, Doctrine of an Axe; 55) Mayumi Lake, Ex Post Facto; 56) Michael Kenna, Heiden Hotel; 57) Eduardo del Valle & Mirta Gómez, En Vista; 58) Edward Bateman, Mechanical Brides of the Uncanny; 59) Todd Hido: Cracked Trees; 60) Todd Hido: Crooked Cracked Tree in Fog; 61) David H. Gibson: Water Cascade: A Sequence; 62) Eiji Ina: Wacht; 63) Alec Soth: One Mississippi; 64) Mark Steinmetz: Italia: Cronaca di un Amore; 65) Pine & Woods: For Constance; 66) Hiroshi Watanabe: Love Point; 67) Terri Weifenbach: Some Insects; 68) Sally Mann, Rob McDonald and Even Rogers: Cy's Rollei; 69) Corey Arnold: Fishing with My Dad 1978-1995; 70) Joni Harbeck & Neil Krug: Indian Girl; 71) Steve Fitch: Motel Signs; 72) Liz Steketee: Dystopia; 73) Stephen Shore: Pet Pictures; 74) Martin Parr: Seven Cups of Tea; 75) Stu Levy: Honk If You Love Stieglitz: Jerry Uelsmann, A Grid-Portrait; 76) Leon Borensztein: Portraits ii; 77) Carol E. Richards: Birds Have Wings; 78) Melanie Pu. Seller Inventory # 101211

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Nazraeli Press One Picture Book Series Complete: ADAMS, Robert, ÁLVAREZ

ADAMS, Robert, ÁLVAREZ BRAVO, Manuel, BALLEN, Roger, BRANDT, Bill, DEAL, Joe, DIVOLA, John, FRANK, Robert, GOLDBERG, Jim, GOSSAGE, John, GRANNAN, Katy, HATAKEYAMA, Naoya, HEINECKEN, Robert, HIDO, Todd, KENNA, Michael, MANN, Sally, MEEKS, Raymond, MISRACH, Richard, MORIYAMA, Daido, PARR, Martin, SHIBATA, Toshio, SHORE, Stephen, SOTH, Alec, STEINMETZ, Mark, SUZUKI, Risaku, TEMPLETON, Ed, VAN DONGEN, Ron, WEIFENBACH, Terri, YAMAMOTO, Masao, ANRAKUJI, Emi, ARNOLD, Corey, BATEMAN, Edward, BORENSZTEIN, Leon, CARRILLO, Javier, CHAO, Chan, COULOMMIER, Julien, DEL VALLE, Eduardo, DIAMOND, Jesse, FEN, Weng, FITCH, Steve, GIBSON, David H., GILBERT, Sara, HIBI, Yuichi, GÓMEZ, Mirta, GELLES, Judy, HARBECK, Joni, HONEY, Nancy, HORNBEAK-ORTIZ, Susan, INA,

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About this Item: Nazraeli Press, Portland, Oregon, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. 2000-2017. Nazraeli Press One Picture Book Series 1 to 100, Limited Edition(s) (each title with Print(s)). All of the One Picture Books in this complete set are in the First Edition, first and only printing. Each title is a limited edition of 500 copies hand-numbered and signed by the artist, with one original print tipped in the front or final page (except for #5, which has two Type-C prints mounted recto/verso on a hinged board).All of the titles in the set share the following format: Hardcover. Paper-covered boards (color and printing vary), no dust jacket as issued. 16 pp., with four-color and/or duotone plates. 7-1/2 x 5-3/4 inches.The complete set of 100 titles of this critically acclaimed series is extremely scarce, as the majority of the tittles are out of print and many are very scarce. Near Fine (slight sunning to the spine to approximately 6 early titles; most all of the titles As New). 1) Terri Weifenbach, Instruction Manual No. 1: 21. May 1995; 2) John Gossage, Four American Photographs; 3) Terri Weifenbach, Instruction Manual No. 2: 21. April 1996 ("Bee"); 4) Terri Weifenbach, Instruction Manual No. 3: 25. June 1996 ("Blue Sky"); 5) Chan Chao, Letter from P.L.F. (Burma); 6) Todd Hido, Taft Street; 7) Ron van Dongen, Rosa Ferreus; 8) Susan Hornbeak-Ortiz, True; 9) Bill Jay, Bill Brandt; 10) Julien Coulommier, Soleil Cou Coupe; 11) Yuki Onodera, How to Make a Pearl; 12) Robert Adams, Alders; 13) Risaku Suzuki, Fire: February 6; 14) Robert Heinecken, studiesnineteenseventy; 15) Don Kirby, You're not really initiated until your eyes are redder than your lips; 16) Masao Yamamoto, The Path of Green Leaves; 17) Martin Parr, 7 Communist Still Lifes; 18) Andreas Müller-Pohle, Yumiko; 19) Sara Gilbert, Cues; 20) Toshio Shibata, Type 55; 21) Michael Kenna, Boarding School; 22) Eduardo del Valle, Mirta Gómez, Four Sections of Time; 23) Weng Fen, Sitting on the Wall & Bird's Eye View; 24) Judy Gelles, Beach Boxes; 25) Naoya Hatakeyama, River Series / Shadow; 26) Boomoon Kwon, On the Clouds; 27) Camille Solyagua, Twenty-One Red-Crowned Cranes and One Black Crow; 28) Martin Parr, 7 Colonial Still Lifes; 29) Jim Stone, Why My Photographs are Good; 30) Stu Levy, Cranial Czar, Eh?; 31) Ken Ohara, One; 32) Steve Pyke: Post Partum; 33) Steve Pyke: Post Mortem; 34) Joseph Mills, e mars, Lilly's Waist; 35) Yuichi Hibi, Robert Frank, A Weekend with Mr. Frank; 36) Twinkako Ishiwata-Pichler, Desperately Seeking Twinka; 37) Ron van Dongen, A. angustatum; 38) Junko Takahashi, The Receptionist; 39) Daido Moriyama, Kuchibiru; 40) Emi Anrakuji, e hagaki; 41) Michael Kenna, Montecito Garden; 42) Tanya Marcuse, Fruitless; 43) Stephen Shore, Merced River; 44) Jesse Diamond, Drum Circle; 45) Nancy Honey, Poodle Parlour; 46) Lars Schwander, Manuel Álvarez Bravo: One Day in April 1999; 47) John Divola, Seven Dogs; 48) Masao Yamamoto, Fujisan; 49) David Maisel, Cascade Effect; 50) Rob McDonald, Birth Place; 51) Netta Madahar, Sustenance; 52) David Tseklenis, Julius Shulman Does His Own House; 53) Joe Deal, Indian Bingo; 54) Raymond Meeks, Doctrine of an Axe; 55) Mayumi Lake, Ex Post Facto; 56) Michael Kenna, Heiden Hotel; 57) Eduardo del Valle & Mirta Gómez, En Vista; 58) Edward Bateman, Mechanical Brides of the Uncanny; 59) Todd Hido: Cracked Trees; 60) Todd Hido: Crooked Cracked Tree in Fog; 61) David H. Gibson: Water Cascade: A Sequence; 62) Eiji Ina: Wacht; 63) Alec Soth: One Mississippi; 64) Mark Steinmetz: Italia: Cronaca di un Amore; 65) Pine & Woods: For Constance; 66) Hiroshi Watanabe: Love Point; 67) Terri Weifenbach: Some Insects; 68) Sally Mann, Rob McDonald and Even Rogers: Cy's Rollei; 69) Corey Arnold: Fishing with My Dad 1978-1995; 70) Joni Harbeck & Neil Krug: Indian Girl; 71) Steve Fitch: Motel Signs; 72) Liz Steketee: Dystopia; 73) Stephen Shore: Pet Pictures; 74) Martin Parr: Seven Cups of Tea; 75) Stu Levy: Honk If You Love Stieglitz: Jerry Uelsmann, A Grid-Portrait; 76) Leon Borensztein: Portraits ii; 77) Carol E. Richards: Bir. Seller Inventory # 109912

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