Very Good + in Near Fine jacket. A solid, very sharp copy of the 1976 1st edition. Tight and VG+ in a bright, price-intact, Near Fine dustjacket. Quarto, Disfarmer's remarkable black-and-white portraits thruout.
1976. Addison House. Hard Cover. Book-VG+. DJ-Good, protective covered, spine sunned. 11x10. 135pp. Profuse b/w photos. In this volume a unique record of an almost undocumented period comes to light. Mike Disfarmer, an eccentric recluse who worked alone in a little village in Arkansas, left a remarkable set of portraits from this period. They effectively provide a cross section of small town America during that peculiar time in history when the sentimentality, toughness and endurance of the American character re-emerged.
First edition. Hardcover. First printing. Text by Julia Scully. The first monograph of Mike Disfarmer's photographs. A fine copy in a very near fine dust jacket with some very slight wear but none of the usual fading. A much nicer than usual copy.
Very Good. A very good hardcover copy, with black boards and silver lettering on the front and spine. Light shelf wear. Spine has some sunning. Former owner's name on frontpage. Tight binding. Clean pages. Comes in a mylar jacket. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Arkansas; ISBN: 0891690034. ISBN/EAN: 9780891690030. Inventory No: 012152.
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