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“AN ATTEMPT TO RECORD AND GLORIFY THE AMERICAN BIKERIDER”

LYON, Danny. The Bikeriders. Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1997.

Author's proof of the limited gravure edition of this classic photo-essay on motorcycle gangs, APII (author's proof) of only 100 copies signed by Danny Lyon and with an original silver gelatin photo by him, with 48 full-page duotones, in publisher's clamshell box. $1950.

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"WE ALL CRY FOR FREEDOM!": THE MOVEMENT, WITH TEXT BY LORRAINE HANSBERRY, FEATURING PHOTOGRAPHS BY DANNY LYON, ROBERT FRANK AND ROY DE CAVARA

HANSBERRY, Lorraine. Movement. New York, 1964.

First edition of this powerful visual record of America's Civil Rights struggle, with text by Lorraine Hansberry—her last book published before her death at age 34—accompanied by 148 black-and-white photogravures, most by award-winning photographer Danny Lyon, the first appearance in book form of his work, along with striking images by Robert Frank, David Heath, Roy De Carava and others. $1200.

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"WE ALL CRY FOR FREEDOM!": THE MOVEMENT, WITH TEXT BY LORRAINE HANSBERRY, FEATURING PHOTOGRAPHS BY DANNY LYON, ROBERT FRANK AND ROY DE CAVARA

HANSBERRY, Lorraine. Movement. New York, 1964.

First edition of this powerful visual record of America's Civil Rights struggle, with text by Lorraine Hansberry—her last book published before her death at age 34—accompanied by 148 black-and-white photogravures, most by award-winning photographer Danny Lyon, the first appearance in book form of his work, along with striking images by Robert Frank, David Heath, Roy De Carava and others. $1200.

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"THE CENTRAL IMPORTANCE OF SONG TO THE MOVEMENT"

(LYON, Danny) (LEWIS, John) CARAWAN, Guy and CARAWAN, Candie. We Shall Overcome. New York, 1963.

First edition, first printing, of one of the first and most influential works issued by the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), with over 40 songs & over 50 photographic illustrations, many by Danny Lyon, whose powerful images of young black activists and ordinary men and women affirm that "every person in the ranks of the movement had already achieved a revolution." $1150.

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A “MASTERPIECE… LYON’S PHOTOGRAHS MUST BE AMONGST THE MOST ELOQUENT EVER SHOT IN A PRISON”

LYON, Danny. Conversations with the Dead. New York, 1971.

First trade edition of Lyon’s revealing photobook on convicts, including life in a Texas prison, “where convicts lived who had been in prison 20 years and turned into old and crazy men,” with 76 black-and-white halftone photographic plates. $750.

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“SIRS, I’M GOING TO TELL YOU ABOUT THE REALITY”

LYON, Danny. Conversations with the Dead. New York, 1971.

First trade edition of Lyon’s important documentary on convict life in six Texas prisons, with 76 full-page black-and-white illustrations from his photographs—"amongst the most eloquent ever shot in prison… as powerful and as relevant as ever." $750.

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