New York: Crown Publishers, Inc, 1964. Hardcover. F+ (Well worn; no dj; ex-art library with spine label, i.d. marks on outermost pages, incl rear pocket; hinges are loosening; covers are soile with moderate wear to edges and corners; outer spine has tears in material along edges; pages are aging but are otherwise clear; a candidate for rebinding if you are a fan of either the photographer or the city.). Off-white cloth, 184 pp., profusely illus. in BW. Presents photographs of the people and streets of Moscow in the early 1960s, as documented by American-born French photographer William Klein (b. 1928). With an introduction by Harrison E. Salisbury, and caption info by Klein. Most of the book is of photographs, and most of them are full-page and to the edge. Uncommon, in any condition.
(Inventory #: 158776)
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