Bohm, Dorothy. London, Lund Humphries Publishers, 1996.
English, Near Fine, Hardcover, Folio, 9 ⅝” x 12 ½", 119 pp.
Black cloth over boards, stamped silver gilt titling to spine, gray endpapers. Mild edgewear to bottom, otherwise clean and tightly bound. Now protected in a Very Good paper-backed mylar sleeve. Mild bumping to head and tail, mild edgewear, and mild scratching to back of sleeve. English text. Preface by Dorothy Bohm, texts by Amanda Hopkinson and Ian Jeffrey, and biography of Dorothy Bohm. 85 duotone images. pp. 119. Dorothy Bohm’s photographs capture 1960s London as “a city of contrasts, where youth culture meets age-old tradition” (excerpted from dust jacket). Hopkinson describes historical context and Jeffrey analyzes 25 photographs. A breathtaking, intimate glimpse into the past as seen through Bohm’s eyes.