JACOB, JP: Kodak Girl: from the Martha Cooper Collection

Jacob, John P. Kodak Girl: from the Martha Cooper Collection. Steidl, 2012. ISBN: 9783869303246. Factory sealed. Very Good. Hardcover. (#31160) $28.00

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Created by George Eastman, inventor of the inexpensive hand-held camera, the Kodak Girl traces the intersection of American culture with photography.

Martha Cooper’s extensive collection of Kodak Girl material ranges from advertising, by Kodak and other camera manufacturers, to photographs from all periods, engravings, trading cards, matchbooks as well as commemorative stamps and Valentine’s Days cards.

Two essays on the seminal role of women in photography’s early history.

MARROW, D: Art in Translation: Special Issued: Connecting Art Histories (Vol 9, Issue S1, 2017)

Marrow, Deborah; Weinstein, Joan (Editors). Art in Translation: Special Issued: Connecting Art Histories (Vol 9, Issue S1, 2017). Routledge, 2017. Unmarked. One dog-eared page. Very Good. Paperback. (#31045) $15.00

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Special issue on Connecting Art Histories. Includes “Art, Space, Mobility in Early Ages of Globalization” by Hannah Baaader, Avinoam Shalem, and Gerhard Wolf; “”Latin American Art History” by Andrea Giunta and George F. Flaherty, and more. Contributors include Nilay Ozlu, Donald Preziosi, Saadet Ozen, Kavita Singh, and others. 143p. Measures 7×10 inches.

ZAPRUDER, A: Twenty-Six Seconds: A Personal History of the Zapruder Film

Zapruder, Alexandra. Twenty-Six Seconds: A Personal History of the Zapruder Film. Twelve, 2016. ISBN: 9781455574810. Unmarked text. Remainder dot on edge. Unclipped text. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#31031) $12.00

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Originally intended as a home movie of President John F. Kennedy’s motorcade, Abraham Zapruder’s film of the JFK assassination is now the most famous example of citizen journalism.

Section with color plates of family photos and ephemera. 472p.