The House of 70,000 Books

Parts of the interior of 1540 Walnut Street, Berkeley, home of Ian Jackson, Ann Arnold, Aldo, their son, and the objects in the title. Stinehour Editions, Elvira Piedra supervising, issued a small edition of this evocative work in 2012. Ian Jackson died in March 2018, Elvira Piedra produced another small edition with an autobiographical note added. Six photographs, each 10.7 x 13.3cms., plus two of text, in an accordion foldout.


Publisher: Stinehour Editions. Second edition
Edition: 2nd Edition
Place Published: South Lunenburg, Vermont
Panel unfolded measures 10.7cms. x 102cms., with tissue guard. In original envelope as issued. All fine.


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