Good. Text pages clean & tight with no markings or highlighting. DJ has scattered stain dots & scratches. Explores the work of Johnson, who helped create a modern architectural idiom. Text accompanied by numerous b/w photos. Still a very readable copy!
Good + Introduction and Notes by Charles Noble. Sm 4to. Black cloth, with silver spine titles and title on cover. 130 pages, with Notes, Chronology, Bibliography, and Index. With color and b/w photographic images by Yukio Futagawa. Front hinge cracked. Lacking the dust-jacket.
Yukio Futagawa. Very Good in Very Good jacket. Book Seller # BBRA204, 7.75 inches by 10.25 inches, 130 pages. Minor soiling and edgewear to the dust jacket but No Tears. Minor wear only to the book itself with good hinges, good binding and a clean interior. NOT an Ex-Library copy. Ten page Introduction followed by 98 pages with 62 Plates with photographs of Philip Johnson's work, 11 in color, the remainder in black and white, and 23 plans and drawings.
Yukio Futagawa. Good in Good jacket. Book. 4to-over 9¾-12" tall. Illustrated with 62 plates, 23 plans and drawings; photographs specially taken by Futagawa. The usual x-library treatments but nicely cleaned up in new archival DJ wrappers.
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