Soviet Photography 1939.
M. Borodin; N. Harvey; V. Mikulin (Edited by).$975.00
Item Number: 458
Moscow: State Publishing House for Cinematograpical Literature, 1939.
First edition of this Russian photogaphic propaganda featuring diverse black & white images throughout. Original burgundy boards. In near fine condition. Uncommon.
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