Very Good. This is a very good softcover copy with just light wear to cover corners. Slight fading to left edge of front cover near spine. Completely clean inside and out. Spine is not creased. Color photographs of the St. Louis Arch by Joel Meyerowitz. Some fold-outs. Preface by James N. Wood. Statement by the artist. Chronlogy. 10" high X 11" wide, 112 pages.
First edition. Softcover. The simultaneous paperback edition of Meyerowitz' uncommon first book. Preface by James N. Wood. A stunning selection of color photographs all taken in St. Louis and with most of them with the iconic Arch as a feature. A very good copy in wrappers with a crease to the top corner of the front panel and a small abrasion to the rear panel from a sticker removal. Internally a clean copy.
Near Fine. No dust jacket as issued. First edition, first printing. Soft cover. Photographically illustrated wrappers; no dust jacket as issued. Photographs and text by Joel Meyerowitz. Foreword by James N. Wood. Includes a list of plates and a chronology. 112 pp., with four-color plates throughout. 9-1/2 x 10-1/2 inches. Near Fine (moderate surface wear and wear to the extremities, else Fine).
Fine in very good dust jacket. Preface by James N. Wood; 107 color plates, including several fold-outs; slight foxing on front cover; slight folding to front bottom corner of cover; otherwise fine condition; photograph is of copy for sale.
Reader copy. [FIRST EDITION] Boston: New York Graphic Society in association with The St. Louis Art Museum, 1980. Oblong hardcover in pictorial dust jacket. 112 pages illustrated with Meyerowitz's full-page color photographs throughout. His first photo book, produced with his signature 8x10 Deardorff camera resulting in high resolution color images. An ex-library book with typical markings and flaws, including minor shelf-wear to lower board edges. (pc)
First Edition. Published simultaneously in hardcover and softcover, this being the softcover issue. Profusely illustrated in full color throughout. Includes a chronology of the photographer and technical notes. Very Good plus in illustrated wrappers as issued. A hair cocked, with a single crease to the lightly bumped bottom corner and light rubbing to the wrappers.
Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 112 p. Cover shows photograph of Busch Memorial Stadium. Cover has old crease, cornor bump. Bump to top of spine. No spine creases. Inside pages are pristine. Pages in middle of the book fold out to show "Panorama from Route 40". Binding tight and square. Preface by James N. Woods. Photo on request. Remarkable.
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