Wallace Nutting Pictures : Being Studies in America and Other Lands of Aspects in the Life of the Fathers and the Country Life of To-day
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97 pages; photographs (b & w); indexes; green cloth binding with gilt lettering on the cover. Minor ink spots on the front cover. Bookplate in the upper left corner of the front pastedown 'July, 1912. To Whom it May Concern: This Book is the Property of Wallace Nutting, Framington, Mass. And is Loaned to 'Donorand Gaslee' #338'. Wallace Nutting (1861-1941) was an author, artist, photographer and antiquarian. Graduated from Harvard in 1887 and opened a studio in New York City in 1904, then moving to Framington in 1912. He is said to have sold over ten million images taken by him and colorized by a work force of 200 colorists during the apex of his career. The book is a catalogue of His pictures and each image is numbered. Very good copy of Nutting's images. N° de ref. de la librería 14565
Título: Wallace Nutting Pictures : Being Studies in ...
Editorial: Published By Wallace Nutting, Framington, Massachusetts
Año de publicación: 1912
Condición del libro: Collectible-Very Good
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