NY: William Morrow & Company, 1935 - 1969. First editions. 4tos. Variable paginations, largely illustrated from b&w and occasionally color photographs. The first four issues, 1935 - 1939, are spiral bound with printed wrappers. Issues from 1940 to 1964 are bound in the publisher's cloth. From 1965 to 1970, the issues have photo-illustrated wrappers. Several years have the original dust jackets. Some soiling or wear to edges of wrappers. A good to very good set. Item #31097
A complete run in 36 volumes of this annual publication; there was no issue published in 1938. The title became U.S. CAMERA ANNUAL beginning in 1949, and again changed to U.S. CAMERA WORLD ANNUAL in 1966. Some volumes have distinctive titles, such as: "International Edition" 1950, "American-International," 1951, "Pictures that Talk..." 1959. Edited by Tom Maloney. The publisher changed in 1950 to U.S. Camera Pub. Corp.
An outstanding annual, which included critical, technical and historical articles by the leading writers, with individual images and portfolios by an international array of photographers.
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