A Field Guide to Sprawl
A Field Guide to Sprawl.
Hayden, Dolores; Photographs by Jim Wark.$25.00
Item Number: 67894
New Have: Yale School of Architecture, 2007.
First edition of this pamphlet, which is the exhibition booklet. Octavo, original wrappers. In fine condition.
Other Books by this Author
"For Vivien with all my love and admiration": First Edition of A Time of Gods; Inscribed by Roloff Beny to Actress Vivien Leigh
London: Thames and Hudson, 1962.
First edition of this work by the famed photographer. Quarto, original illustrated boards, illustrated endpaper, illustrated with 148 photogravure plates. Association copy, inscribed by the author to actress Vivien Leigh, “For Vivien with all my love and admiration always Roloff London Oct. 23/ 63.” Fine in a near fine dust jacket. Beny was in early days a protégé of Peggy Guggenheim and Herbert Read. The circle of friends around him—actors, artists, collectors, writers—included such figures as Vivien Leigh, Laurence Olivier, Stephen Spender, Rose Macaulay, Bernard Berenson, Jean Cocteau, Henry Moore, and other luminaries of art and literature. An exceptional association copy.
"Vogue has sometimes been called a civilizing force. If that is true, perhaps it is because a civilization, to endure, needs voices to sing its praise": The World in Vogue; inscribed to actress Vivien Leigh from Cecil Beaton
New York: The Viking Press, 1963.
First edition of this work on the groundbreaking publication Vogue. Quarto, original cloth, illustrated. Association copy, inscribed on the front free endpaper to actress Vivien Leigh from Cecil Beaton, “Merry Xmas, Vivien darling, with all my love always – Dec. 25/’63.” Near fine in a fine dust jacket with a few tears.
Portland, Maine: Chisholm Bros, c. 1890.
First edition. Contains 26 large panels of views in leporello (accordion-fold) format. Based on photographs, the views include: Birdseye view of Jacksonville (double-plate); 13 more views of Jacksonville, including St. James Hotel, Bay Street, Windsor Hotel, Palmetto Building, Everett House, Sub-tropical Exposition Buildings, Carleton House; 41 views of St. Augustine, including Hotel Ponce de Leon (court, dining room, parlor, casino, bathing pool, etc), Anastasia Island (triple-plate), St. Francis Street, San Marco Hotel, Charlotte Street, Old Slave Market, Magnolia House, Hotel Cordova, The Alcazar, Villa Zorayda, Fort Marion, St. George Street, tropical plants, etc.; Green Cove Springs, including Hotel Ormond, Thaddeus David’s Winter Residence, street views; Magnolia, including Magnolia Hotel and Landing, Welcome Gate, Wonder Gate, etc.; Palatka, including Hart’s Orange Grove, Putnam House, St. John River; Steamer and views on the Ocklawaha River; Pensacola; Tallahassee; Lake Monroe; Uncle Tom’s Cabin, and several other black stereotypes; Tampa, including New City Hall, Tampa Bay Hotel, etc.; Key West, including Front Street, Marine Hospital, Cuban Quarter, Fort Taylor, etc. Bound in decorative brown cloth, stamped in white, gilt, and blind, with floral bouquet and alligators on cover. Rare.
"France may be Paris, but Paris is not France": First Edition of Henry James' classic illustrated travel account: A Little Tour in France
Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1900.
First illustrated edition of James’ classic account of his six-week tour to provincial France between 1883 and 1884. Octavo, original illustrated cloth, gilt titles and tooling to the spine and front panel, top edge gilt, frontispiece of Old Street, Dijon with tissue guard present. Illustrated by Joseph Pennell. In near fine condition with light rubbing to the crown and foot of the spine. A beautiful example.