THIS LOT CONSISTS OF 3 BOOKS: Weegee, Edited by Louis Stettner, 1977; Cartier-Bresson's France, with text by Francois Nourissier, 1970; Alfred Stieglitz, by Dorothy Norman, 1960 (shown).
Weegee. Edited and with a biographical introduction by Louis Stettner. Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1977. 183 pp. First edition. Quarto. Hardbound in library protected dust jacket. Numerous black-and-white reproductions. One of the definitive Weegee surveys selected by Stettner, who know him for over 20 years. Fine in Fine, library protected, dust jacket; small remainder stamp on lower fore-edges.
Cartier-Bresson's France. Text by Francois Nourissier. Studio Press/Viking, New York, 1970. Small folio. Hardbound in library protected dust jacket. Numerous black-and-white and color reproductions. Cartier-Bresson took a year off from his regular assignments to concentrate on his native country. All of the images--including his first ever published in color--were presented here for the first time. Fine in Fine dust jacket that has two small, covered edge tears.
Alfred Stieglitz: Introduction to an American Seer. Text and by Dorothy Norman with quotations from Stieglitz. Duelll, Sloan, and Pearce, New York, 1960. 66 pp. Edition limited to 2000 copies. Small quarto. Hardbound in library protected dust jacket. Numerous varnished half-tone plates. Norman was closely associated with Stieglitz from 1927 until his death. Near Fine with a repairs to hinges and sunstriking to upper fore-edges; dust jacket is rubbed with some light chipping to upper edge.