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).
Quarto. Original white cloth, titles to spine in dark brown, photographic image to front cover. With the printed acetate dust jacket. With 123 full page photographic illustrations. Covers lightly toned, dust jacket with small chip to foot of spine and light score across front panel.
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