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MARGARET BOURKE-WHITE

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SIGNED BY MARGARET BOURKE-WHITE

BOURKE-WHITE, Margaret. Photographs of U.S.S.R. New York, 1934.

Limited first edition of this collection of 24 folio photogravure prints of Bourke-White’s photographs taken in the Soviet Union, number 11 of 1000 copies produced at the Argus Press, this copy signed by her. $13,500.

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“POOR PEOPLE GET PASSED BY”

BOURKE-WHITE, Margaret and CALDWELL, Erskine. You Have Seen Their Faces. New York, 1937.

Scarce soft-bound Modern Age edition (published same year as cloth-bound first), inscribed on the half title, “For Mr. Jack Meike, Cordially Margaret Bourke-White,” a pioneering classic with 75 deep photogravures of the Dust Bowl by Bourke-White and text by novelist Erskine Caldwell. $4200.

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“I SUPPOSE THERE IS PLENTY TO EAT SOMEWHERE IF YOU CAN FIND IT; THE CAT ALWAYS DOES”

BOURKE-WHITE, Margaret and CALDWELL, Erskine. You Have Seen Their Faces. New York, 1937.

First edition of this pioneering record of a “reality hidden to most Americans,” with 75 black-and-white photogravures of the Dust Bowl by Bourke-White and text by novelist Erskine Caldwell. $1750.

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“ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS AND MOST SUCCESSFUL PHOTOGRAPHERS OF HER TIME”

BOURKE-WHITE, Margaret. Coffee. New York, 1936.

First and only edition of Bourke-White’s photo-essay on coffee, published only one year before her groundbreaking photobook You Have Seen Their Faces and the same year Life magazine premiered with her photograph on its cover, with 11 photogravures after Bourke-White. $1250.

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INSCRIBED BY MARGARET BOURKE-WHITE

BOURKE-WHITE, Margaret. Halfway to Freedom. New York, 1949.

First edition of Bourke-White’s coverage of India’s passage to independence, inscribed on the colophon page to the president of the University of Akron and his wife, “For Mr. and Mrs. Norman P. Auburn, It’s been the greatest pleasure to be here at the University of Cincinnati, Sincerely, Margaret Bourke-White,” featuring over 110 photographic images, including her famous photograph of Gandhi seated at his spinning wheel. $1100.

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