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    Ed Ruscha. Every Building on the Sunset Strip. [Los Angeles]: 1966. First edition, second printing.

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    [Photography]. Ed Ruscha. Every Building on the Sunset Strip. [Los Angeles: published by the author], 1966. First edition, second printing (without the flap to the final leaf). Twelvemo (7 x 5.5 inches; 178 x 138 mm.). Original printed wrappers, text and photo on long accordion-style sheet (folding out to approximately twenty-four feet, or, 700 cm.), original foil-covered slipcase. Spine toned and creased, minor rubbing and thumbsoiling to wrappers. Slipcase mildly creased, two joints with small tears, foil paper slightly coming away from fore-edges. Still, near fine.

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    March, 2019
    6th Wednesday
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