Chene, 1950. First edition. Boards, very good in dust jacket.
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Stuttgart: Ehapa, 1971. First edition. Original wrappers, very good.
Boston: New York Graphic Society, 1977. Facsimile edition. Folio, original cloth covered boards with calf spine. One of 950 copies, signed by Adams, printed by Lawton Kennedy. This edition contains a new afterword by Weston Naef. Fine condition with slipcase, as issued. With a laid-in autograph of Ansel Adams on...
San Francisco: American trust Company, 1954. Adams,Ansel. First edition. Wrappers, 36x28 cm with plastic spiral binding. Two cracks in plastic, but an excellent copy.
Austin: University of Texas Press, (1966). Alvarez Bravo, Manuel. First edition. Cloth. Fine copy in dust jacket (a few small nicks).
Managua: Instituto de Historia de Nicaragua y Centroameríca, (2000). First edition. Wrappers, fine. One of 1200 copies printed. Inscribed by the photographers Alvarez and Gordillo, and the author Torres, to the Nicaraguan poet and activist Daisy Zamora. A documentary photobook of life and customs on Nicaragua's Caribbean coast. With the...
Manchester and Glasgow: Lintott Press, (2010). First edition. One of 66 copies with a separate “original archival inkjet insert” reproducing a photograph of Seamus and Marie Heaney, numbered and signed by the photographer. of this beautiful collection of photographs in which the subjects write about each other. The subjects and...
New York: Macmillan, 1963. First edition. 211 p., 31 cm. Original cloth, a very good copy, dust jacket with some minor wear along edges and tears. Edited with an introduction by Arthur D. Trottenberg. "Photographs from the collection of Berenice Abbott." Translation of "Paris du temps perdu"
Chromogenic color print, 5 3/4 x 8 3/4 inches. One of 25 numbered, signed on verso.
Color coupler print, 9 x 6 1/4 inches. One of 25 numbered, signed.
New York: Abrams, 1985. First edition.  p. 37 cm. Cloth, plastic jacket. Very fine.
New York: Holt, Rinehart, WInston, 1965. First edition. Cloth backed boards, tiny neat ownership inscription on title page, otherwise fine, price-clipped dust jacket.
New York: John Day, 1957. First American edition. Cloth, fine in price-clipped, lightly soiled, dust jacket. 240 p. illus. 29 cm.
[Berkeley, Calif.]: BBM Associates, 1974. First edition.  p. chiefly ill. ; 28 cm. "A silent film"--P.  of cover. Some rubbing on cover; internally fine.
East Haven, CT: Jargon Society, 1972. First edition.  p. of plates ill. ; 28 cm. Cloth, fine, in price-clipped dust jacket.
London: Arts Council of Great Britain, 1970.  p. Wrappers, fine.
Paris: Chêne, 1977. Brandt, Bill. Black cloth, a little dusty, otherwise fine, in edge worn dust jacket.
Austin: University of Texas Press, 1982. First edition. 11 p., 104 p. Cloth, fine in fine dust jacket.
Milan: Gruppo Editoriale Fabbri, 1982. First edition. in Italian. 8vo in gloss white boards, title on spine in black. 62 pgs. 53 B/W photos. Fine.
[San Francisco: 1969. 16 p. illus. 28 cm. Catalog of the exhibition held Nov. 25, 1969-Jan. 4, 1970 in the Museum of Art, San Francisco. scarce.
Paris: Nathan; Photo Poche, 1999. Wrappers. 19 x 13 cm; illus, photos; Slight bend to one corner.
Providence,R.I. Matrix Publications, 1980. First edition. Grey cloth in a grey cloth slipcase with a color photo pasted on, unpaginated ca. 150 pp., mainly color photographs. Fine in a very good slipcase with some fading. 37 X 37 cm.
Paris: Editions de l'etoile, 1984. First edition. Wrappers, 107 pp. "Perfect-bound" text block had separated from the covers, then internally re-hinged with clear tape. For this famous piece, Calle worked as a chambermaid in a hotel in Venice for three weeks, in order to photograph the guests' belongings.
New York: Simon & Schuster, (1955). Cartier Bresson. First American edition. Small folio, original yellow boards. Cover design by Joan Miro. 1 cm chip at the top of the spine, smaller chip at its base. Caption leaflet loosely inserted.