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  1. Photographs.
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    Photographs.

    Introduction by Henry Geldzahler.
    First UK edition, first impression. Inscribed by the photographer on the title page to the book's publisher: "To Thomas Neuraph [sic], Bruce Davidson". Thomas Neurath is the son and stepson of the founders of Thames and Hudson, Walter and Eva Neurath. He became the company's managing director in 1967 and its chairman in 2005. Originally published in the US the preceding year. Learn More
    £500

    Date of Publication: 1979

    Published: London

    Stock Code: 112311

    Signed: Yes

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  2. Brooklyn Gang.
    signed

    Brooklyn Gang.

    First edition, first printing. Signed and dated by the photographer on the front free endpaper. The first publication of the complete set of a series of photographs taken during the summer of 1959 by Magnum photographer Bruce Davidson. The photographs follow ‘The Jokers', one of the many youth gangs in Brooklyn at a time when there were ‘an estimated thousand gang members in New York City'. Learn More
    £750

    Date of Publication: 1998

    Published: Santa Fe

    Stock Code: 107284

    Signed: Yes

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  3. East 100th Street.

    East 100th Street.

    First edition, first impression. For two years in the 1960s Bruce Davidson photographed the people living on one city block in East Harlem, New York, using a large-format view camera. The result "is an exemplary exercise in the humanist social documentary mode" (Parr & Badger). Learn More
    £2,600

    Date of Publication: 1970

    Published: Cambridge

    Stock Code: 83505

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  4. East 100th Street.

    East 100th Street.

    First edition, first impression. For two years in the 1960s Bruce Davidson photographed the people living on one city block in East Harlem, New York, using a large-format view camera. The result "is an exemplary exercise in the humanist social documentary mode" (Parr & Badger). Learn More
    £350

    Date of Publication: 1970

    Published: Cambridge

    Stock Code: 44875

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