Reprinted by Permission, from Aperture, No. 1, Copyright 1952 by Minor White, 1952. 8vo., 15 pp., 1 photo illustration. Printed wrappers which are soiled, else a very good copy. Item #50373
A scarce ephemeral off-print from the first issue of Aperture. In this essay, Nancy Newhall establishes the need for a literacy of viewing photographs and the distinction between the narrative and additive caption. The single illustration is from Ansel Adams' YOSEMITE AND THE SIERRA NEVADA. OCLC locates only two copies.