New York: September 5, 1933. Read More about Portrait photograph of Carlotta O'Neill
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, n.d. . No. 393 of 500 copies. Read More about The Book of Fair Women. With an Introductory Essay by Richard King
San Francisco: Sierra Club, . First edition. Read More about Everest: The West Ridge
np [London]: For private circulation, 1931. First edition. AUTHOR'S COPY. This is likely the author's own copy of this rare, privately printed title. With numerous original photographs depicting scenes throughout Ceylon, Burma, and India, including the author riding elephants and camels and playing with monkeys, snake charmers, beach scenes, city..... Read More about My Diary. A Trip to the East
Leipzig: Heinemann and Balestier, 1900. Later Edition. 25 Extra-Illustrations in Photographs. Read More about Tuscan Cities
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1938. First American edition. Read More about African Mirage. The Record of a Journey
London: Thames and Hudson, . Read More about Italy
Lewiston, Maine: Flagg and Plummer, The Leading Studio, c. 1900. Read More about Original photograph of 7 variously sized Ice Boats on frozen lake in Maine, largest has three in...
[1860s, printed ca.1880s]. Bourne and Shepherd Views of India. An excellent and varied view of British India in the 1860s with large-format photographs supplied by one of the longest running photography firms in the world. The images, grouped by location, generally show architectural views, as well as some Himalayan and..... Read More about Album of 75 photographs of India
Berlin: Fretz & Wasmuth Verlag, . 1-15 taiusend. Part of the series "Orbis Terrarum" Read More about Indien Baukunst, Landschaft und Volksleben
[Madras: Lawrence Asylum Press, 1865]. UNRECORDED. Spectacular, unrecorded privately printed hunting diary recounting a hunting expedition in Kerala, southern India from 27 July to 22 September 1865, “the best shikar trip I have ever had”. The narrator and his companion A.M.D. bagged 43 heads of eleven different types of big..... Read More about The Hassanoor Journal by “Myself.”
New York, London, et al: Underwood & Underwood, [c. 1905] cards copyright 1903. A complete set of 100 stereoviews of India by Underwood & Underwood, part of their popular “Tours of the World” series. Read More about India Through the Stereoscope [cover title
[ca. 1890s]. Three scenes depict groups of riders, with lightly forested hills in background, apparently at a horse race. Group portrait of 8 Indians and one white man (who also appears in one of the race photos) before a log cabin and teepee. Also one portrait of two men on..... Read More about Indians: set of 5 outdoor photographs of Indians
Netherlands East Indies: 1914-1925. Transportation in the Cloudlands of Java, 1914-1925. Compendious visual archive of photographs of aerial (cable) tramways for transportation of tea, coffee, gutta percha, firewood, and building materials — as well as the occasional group of workers — on mountainous plantations in the cloudlands of Java, Netherlands..... Read More about Three Photographic Albums of Aerial Tramways on Coffee, Tea, and Rubber Plantations in the...
[New York: 1946]. Ingersoll started at the New Yorker, took over as top editor at Fortune and was so successful that his friend and boss Henry Luce promoted him to general manager of Time Inc and publisher of Time where Ingersoll became the prime mover in launching Life. The note..... Read More about Autograph Note Signed to Alfred Eisenstaedt
London: William Heinemann, 1929. Rackham, Arthur. Reprint. Read More about The Ingoldsby Legends. Mirth & Marvels
April 16, 1948. Delirious Dipsomaniac. Inscription reads "Dear Alfred- a day of shattering horror for us all , the worst moments of which you will no doubt preseve for posterity, to coin a phrase. Nonetheless, I can actually say I didn't mind it too much. Authors, like ham actors, love..... Read More about Autograph Note Signed to Alfred Eisenstaedt, Green Farms. Nov. 26, 1950
n.p: 1931. A fine portrait showing the artist seated in an armchair holding a book, inscribed to the prominent photographer Merle Le Voy, who took this and other photographs of his friend Jackson. Read More about Fine black and white photograph of William H. Jackson, famed Western artist, inscribed "To...
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1940. Second Impression. Inscribed on ffep "To Mrs. Howard W.H. Jackson Christmas 1940." In 1940 Jackson was 97. He died in 1942. Read More about Time Exposure. The Autobiography of William Henry Jackson
Jamaica: 1908. Locatons include Port Antonio and Hotel Tichfield, Kingston (including evidence of destruction from the 1907 earthquake), Saint Ann's Bay, Cuba (as seen from a boat), and Castleton Gardens. Read More about Twenty panoramic silver-print photographs of Jamaican vistas and street scenes
[Japan]: [c. 1900]. Fifty finely pastel hand-colored albumen prints, some captioned in English in the negative, some with pencil captions. Includes scenes of Koyoto, Nara, Osaka, Kobe, and Nagasaki; Japanese junk, European steamer, a tea house at Tokyo, street vendors, Kabuki actors (including a member of the renowned Danjuro lineage)..... Read More about Around the World. 1899-1900. Vol 2: Japan
[Osaka, Japan: c. 1880]. Read More about Ten-noji Temple, Osaka