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Halevi, Marcus photographers. Good. No dust jacket as issued. Good ++ covers are very lightly soiled and very minor bumps on two corners and minor edge wear. 152 p. Contains: Illustrations. About 60% full page b&w photos 40% text The central part of this book is the photography as indicated by the listing of Marcus Halevi above the listing of the writer. About 2/3 of the photos show many many oil related workers in many diverse jobs in Alaska. Haunting and intriguing is what I would call them. The balance of the photos abstract elements of the oil infrastructure against the dramatic Alaskan landscape. These photos too are engaging.
Near Fine with no dust jacket. Paper covers are very slightly rubbed. No other defects; pages are clean and crisp, the binding is tight and square; book appears unread. Glossy pages, profusely illustrated with spectacular b/w photos. Alaska--the last U. S. Frontier, as it was nearly 40 years ago. Photographs by Marcus Halevi. Trade PB. Square 8vo 8" to 9" tall. 152 pages. J0.
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