Night Trick. Photographs by O. Winston Link. Norfolk and Western Railway, Roanoke, Va., 1957. Unpaged (18 pp.). Small quarto. First edition. Stiff photo-illustrated wrappers. Saddle stitched. Black-and-white reproductions. Text by Norfolk and Western Railway. Original mailing envelope from Norfolk and Western Railway Magazine and Advertising Department in Roanoake, VA (with Roanoake postmark and cancelled 6-cent Teddy Roosevelt Stamp
https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/_BOG4XlLTvMjP6i0fIBOUNMTjNZETYmyPJy0liipFm0?feat=directlink"O. Winston Link is one of the most singular photographers in the medium's history...He made these complicated pictures, requiring the forethought and logistical planning of a movie director, by using banks of synchronized flashguns to illuminate large areas of the landscape and to give him enough depth of field on his large format camera, plus a shutter speed fast enough to freeze a moving train. This book, made for Norfolk and Western Railway in Virginia, might not be large, but many of Link's classic images are there, fine reproduction."--Parr & Badger
Fine- some horizontal creasing light wear to extremities; hand-written notes on envelope (front 'Save This'/rear, Rec'd Oct, 21, 1957); tanned and lightly worn at edges.