Very Good. No DJ. Quarto, hardcover, VG in blue boards with silver design on cover, light edgewear. No dj. Interior is clean and unmarked. 160 pages. Profuse black-and-white illustrations. 4 p. index & picture credits; over 200 photos; traces the development of the dance from its primitive beginnings through folk and early ballroom dancing, court and modern ballet, pageants and spectacles, to the latest forms, with a chapter on the films. Author was dance critic of The New York Times.
Very Good+ in Good+ jacket. Book 21000 PB shelf. Oversized. Pictorial silver-stamped black cloth. No names, clean text. Attr. dust jacket w/ several large chips. With 266 b/w photos feature the famous dancers in every type of dance in the 1940s. Author was dance critic for the New York Times.
Very Good. Dust Jacket Included. MARTIN, JOHN. The Dance: The Story of the Dance Told in Pictures and Text. (Author was dance critic of the New York Times) Tudor (1946), 160 pp., many photo ills., w. worn & chipped d.j., OP.
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