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    Signed by Carl Sandburg and Edward Steichen

    Carl Sandburg. [Edward Steichen, subject]. Steichen the Photographer - Limited Edition Signed by Both Sandburg and Steichen. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, [1929].

    Special edition limited to 925 copies, of which this is number 410, signed by both Carl Sandburg and Edward Steichen. Large quarto. 69 pages plus 49 photogravures, including portrait frontispiece.

    Original black cloth with gilt lettering and rules. Boards lightly scuffed with minor wear to edges and corners. Neat rubber stamp of a member of a prominent California political family. A very good copy.

    The first major monograph devoted to the work of the great photographer Edward Steichen, written by his brother-in-law, the poet Carl Sandburg.


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    March, 2009
    6th-7th Friday-Saturday
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