[Los Angeles] : the artist, 1965. Second printing, 1970. Octavo (181 x 143 mm), lettered white wrappers, glassine dustjacket, pp. , illustrated, printed at Anderson, Ritchie and Simon on white paper. Second printing, printed in an edition of 3000 copies (the first printing of 1965 an edition of 700 copies). A fine, clean, unmarked copy [?].
Published by Self-published., 1965
pp. 48. With 34 captioned black and white photographic illustrations. First edition limited to 700 copies. “His (Ruscha's) third book, Some Los Angeles Apartments returned to the more varied page layouts of Twentysix Gasoline Stations, but like the two previous books, the most common page spread contained a single photograph on the upper right-hand portion of the page. That said, the mix of layouts is richer than in the first book”. The book is a photographic survey of the subtle beauty of the post-war Southern California rental property construction boom. [Engberg & Phillpot - Ed Ruscha Editions, B3]. Original wrappers, with title lithographed in green on front and spine. Minor browning to spine and edges of cover, otherwise a good copy. Glassine jacket.