Wisconsin Death Trip
Stated first edition, 1973. Softcover oblong 4to, n.p. Good condition with general handling wear, rubbing to edges, covers starting to curl. "From 1890 to 1910, Charles Van Schaick, the town photographer of a small Wisconsin community, took over 30,000 photographs. The negatives were left after his death, and by this accident of history, an extraordinary picture of a small town under the impact of the Great Depression has proved possible." From the collection of American printmaker Edward August Landon (1911-1984), with his address sticker inside the front cover and old bookseller's pencil notation. Contents bright and unmarked. Cult classic.