31 May 2007
Coffee Through the Camera's Lens. New York: American Can Company, 1936. Small folio (166 x 95mm). 12 black and white photographs. Complete with all text leaves and reply card. Loose, as issued, in the original green printed paper portfolio (minor wear).
FIRST EDITION. One of the photographer's rarest publications, made for children about the growing and production of coffee. The Photobook, vol. II, p.184.
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