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“THE FIRST WORK IN PHOTOFICTION”

MORRIS, Wright. The Inhabitants. New York and London, 1946.

First edition of this “first work in photofiction,” with 52 black-and-white photogravure plates of America at mid-century, an often haunting record of a people known by their imprint on the land. $2500.

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THE “FIRST WORK IN PHOTOFICTION”

MORRIS, Wright. Inhabitants. New York and London, 1946.

First edition of this “first work in photofiction” (Roth), signed by Morris on the title page, a memorable association copy from the library of renowned photography collector and publisher Daniel Berley, featuring 52 black-and-white photogravure plates of rural America. $2500.

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“A WRITER’S WRITER AND A PHOTOGRAPHER’S PHOTOGRAPHER”

MORRIS, Wright. The Home Place. New York and London, 1948.

First edition of the second volume in this innovative trilogy of photofiction by writer Wright Morris, who in 1942 won only the second Guggenheim Fellowship ever awarded to a photographer and earned a second in 1946 for the completion of this evocative work, with 88 black-and-white photographs. Signed by Morris on the front free endpaper. $1600.

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“A WRITER’S WRITER AND A PHOTOGRAPHER’S PHOTOGRAPHER”

MORRIS, Wright. Home Place. New York and London, 1948.

First edition of the second volume in this innovative trilogy of photofiction by writer Wright Morris, who in 1942 won only the second Guggenheim Fellowship ever awarded to a photographer and earned a second in 1946 for the completion of this evocative work, with 88 black-and-white photographs. $800.

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“FROM THINGS ABOUT TO DISAPPEAR, I TURN AWAY IN TIME”

MORRIS, Wright. God"s Country and My People. New York, 1968.

First edition, softcover issue, of the final work in Morris’ innovative trilogy, an association copy from the library of photographer Margery Lewis Smith, longtime partner of renowned photographer W. Eugene Smith, featuring 84 black-and-white photogravure plates. $450.

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