Warmly Inscribed by Margaret Bourke-White

    [Photography]. Margaret Bourke-White. Eyes on Russia. With a Preface by Maurice Hindus. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1931. First edition of Bourke-White's first book. Presentation copy, inscribed by Bourke-White on the front free endpaper: "So delighted to have a chance / to autograph this after a magnificent / day at Boulder Dam for which I / have largely to thank / Ben Glaha / Very gratefully / Margaret Bourke-White / Mar. 21 '35". Quarto. 135, [1, blank] pages. Publisher's full tan buckram, front cover and spine lettered in black. Spine a bit dull, minor rubbing, very faint soiling to boards, front hinge starting, overopened in a few places. Bookseller's ticket on rear pastedown. Still, very good. With the ownership signature of the recipient ("Bernard Dion Glaha/U. S. Bureau of Reclamation") on the front free endpaper above Bourke-White's inscription.

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