William Klein New York
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Klein, William: New York. Life Is Good For You and Good In New York Trance Witness Reveals. 1956. Cloth with dustjacket and brochure. Inscribed by William Klein.
Paris: Editions du Seuil. (1956). (First edition). Quarto. Black cloth. Spine is leaning slightly. Both top and bottom edges of the front panel have a bit of fading and a trace of soiling. Top edge has a trace of faint staining. Edges have a trace of tanning else very good in dustjacket with a bit of light wear to the extremities. Lower edges of both front and rear panels of the dustjacket have a short crease and closed tear. Front joint has some of the usual laminate bubbling else near fine. Laid in is the English language scarce tourist brochure / bookmark with which this book was originally issued, with some faint edge tanning and a trace of wear to the extremites else near fine. This copy bears on the the lower portion of the verso of the front preliminary a vintage inscription (or what appears to be a vintage, rather than contemporary inscription, due to the very slight fading and color of the ink) by photographer William Klein to the book's previous owner and reads "To ___ - here's New York the poor man's/Gibralter/Bill". A nice copy of the true first edition (shortly later published in Great Britain and Italy) of one of the scarcest and one of the most important and sought after titles in the photographic literature of the second half of the twentieth century. This book, Klein's first, was the first of what was to be Klein's four city books which also include Rome (published 1960), Moscow and Tokyo (both published in 1964). Printed in deep gravure and beautifully designed. A fantastic book. Rare, especially in this condition and especially inscribed by photographer William Klein and more so not a contemporary inscription.
Photoband. KLEIN, William. New York. Life is good for you and good in New York Trance witness Reveals. True first edition. Paris. Editions du Seuil. 1956. ; Schutzumschlag / dust cover; 1. Ed.
Black cloth. Fine condition. Dust Jacket with some minimal traces of wear. Otherwise a very good copy. Joint: orignal 16 pages Flyer / Prospectus of William Klein "There is only one New York".
4°. Original publisher's cover with original dust jacket.
Klein, William: New York 1954-55. 1995. Cloth with dustjacket.
New York: Dewi Lewis. 1995. First editon thus. Small folio. White lettered charcoal cloth. Block is slightly shaken from as usual with this title due to the weight of the coated paper and binding technique else fine in fine dustjacket. A gorgeous copy of the 1995 redesign and reissue of photographer William Klein's now seminal and widely sought after and rare book "New York. Life Is Good For You and Good In New York Trance Witness Reveals" issued in 1956. This edition includes many additional images never before published and not included in the original book. Standing alone without consideration for the original issue, this is a great book. Close up and in your face photo reportage by a great photographer. An amazing collection. Scarce in any edition and somewhat fragile.
Hulen, Bertram D; Frankfurter, Felix: Typescript Letter and Autograph Note, Signed, to Mrs. Bertram Hulen... 1952
[Hulen, Bertram D. (1889-1949)]. Frankfurter, Felix [1882-1965]. [Typescript Letter and Autograph Note, Signed by Felix Frankfurter, to Mrs. Bertram Hulen, And Related Items]. Washington, DC, January 10, 1952. 4" x 5" autograph note, signed, to Mrs. Bertram D. Hulen on U.S. Supreme Court letterhead clipped to carbon copy of typewritten 8" x 10" letter to Albert Balink. [And] [Typewritten Letter, Signed by Julius Klein, to Mrs. Hulen]. Washington, DC, January 16, 1952]. [With] [Invitation to the 1952 William the Silent Award Dinner, With Envelope]. New York, January 22, 1952. [And] [A Group of Newspaper Clippings About the Award Dinner]. January, 1952. Negligible wear and soiling. A well preserved collection. * Hulen, a reporter for the New York Times, was the dean of State Department reporters. He was killed in a plane crash in India while returning from an assignment in Indonesia. This collection relates to his posthumous nomination for the 1952 William the Silent Award for Journalism. The Frankfurter letter is an unsigned carbon copy. It is addressed to the head of the Award's executive committee. The justice expresses regret that he will not be able to attend the dinner and implies strongly that the award should go to Hulen. Frankfurter notes his friendship with Hulen and praises his contributions to journalism and democracy. The attached autograph note, signed with a full signature, shows that the copy was given to Mrs. Hulen. The letter from Klein, a member of the committee, accompanied the invitation to the award dinner. In the end the award went to Anne O'Hare McCormick of the New York Times Editorial Board.