10 April 2008
Women are Beautiful. Essay by Helen Gary Bishop. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1975.
Oblong quarto (225 x 205 mm). 84 black and white photographs. Original dark gray cloth, spine and front cover lettered in silver, original white photo-illustrated dust jacket (some pale toning, slightest wear along joints); black cloth folding case. Provenance: Susan Harder, photography dealer (presentation inscription).
FIRST EDITION, HARDCOVER ISSUE. PRESENTATION COPY, INSCRIBED BY WINOGRAND: "Susan [Harder] where were you when I was doing the book. Garry Winogrand." Additionally inscribed by Helen Gary Bishop: "To Susan with thanks and affection, Helen." The Open Book, pp.306-07.
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