10 April 2008
Goodbye Baby & Amen. A Saraband for the Sixties. Text by Peter Evans. New York: Coward-McCann, 1969.
Quarto (355 x 285 mm). 169 black and white photographs. (Fore-edge browned.) Original black cloth, spine and front cover titled in gilt (light rubbing, a few small spots colored); original illustrated dust-jacket (laminate rippled, a few short tears and chips); cloth slipcase. Provenance: Ralph Gibson (b.1939), American photographer (Bailey's inscription, dated New York, 2000; stamp).
First American edition, published simultaneously with the English, INSCRIBED BY BAILEY TO PHOTOGRAPHER RALPH GIBSON. The Open Book, pp. 246-47.
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