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“AN ELOQUENT LOOK AT LIVES ON THE EDGE”

MARK, Mary Ellen. Streetwise. New York, 1988.

Second edition, with black-and-white photogravure Halloween postcard by Mark (measuring 3 by 5-1/2 inches), captioned “Happy Holidays,” signed by Mary Ellen Mark and her husband Martin Bell, who directed the 1984 Oscar-nominated film inspired by her work, with 58 black-and-white photogravures. $550.

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FIRST EDITION OF MARY ELLEN MARK: 25 YEARS

MARK, Mary Ellen. Mary Ellen Mark: 25 Years. Boston, 1991.

First edition of this retrospective tribute to Mark’s work, with black-and-white photogravure postcard by Mark (measuring 4 by 6 inches) affixed to front free endpaper, inscribed, “Central Park 1967, Happy New Year, Mary Ellen Mark,” featuring 130 tritones of Mark’s “elegantly composed and frequently lyrical” images (New York Times). $550.

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“THE PERFECT VEHICLE FOR THE FULL EXPRESSION OF HER ART”

MARK, Mary Ellen. Indian Circus. San Francisco, 1993.

First American edition, with scarce black-and-white photogravure postcard mounted to the front free endpaper, inscribed, “Arizona—1988—Mary Ellen Mark,” featuring 71 full-page tritones in her compassionate view of life in India’s traveling circuses. $550.

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RARE ASSOCIATION COPY OF MARY ELLEN MARK: 25 YEARS, WARMLY INSCRIBED BY HER TO NOTED PHOTOJOURNALIST PETER TURNLEY, AND TWICE SIGNED BY MARY ELLEN MARK

MARK, Mary Ellen. Mary Ellen Mark: 25 Years. Boston, 1991.

First edition of this retrospective tribute to Mark’s work, inscribed on the half title: “For Peter—With Great Admiration & With Love—Mary Ellen Mark. 1992 Santa Fe,” and additionally signed and dated by her above, a rare association copy from the collection of acclaimed photojournalist Peter Turnley, featuring 130 tritones of Mark’s “elegantly composed and frequently lyrical” images (New York Times). $450.

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