Description: signed in ink in the margin, framed, Bank of America Collection labels on the reverse, 1955, probably printed in the 1970s
Dimensions: 9 3/4 by 15 in. (24.8 by 38.1 cm.)
Condition Report: This photograph, on double-weight Agfa paper, is in generally excellent condition. Upon close inspection, original retouching is visible. There are hinge remnants along the upper edge on the reverse.
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(New York, 1958), no. 18
Tom Maloney, ed., U. S. Camera Annual 1958 (New York, 1957), pp. 106-7
Robert Frank (Aperture, 1961), p. 9
Robert Frank (Aperture, 1976), p. 95
Tod Papageorge, Walker Evans and Robert Frank: An Essay on Influence (Yale University Art Gallery, 1981), p. 41
Robert Frank (New York, 1985), pl. 34
Sarah Greenough and Philip Brookman, Robert Frank: Moving Out (Washington, D. C.: National Gallery of Art, 1994), pp. 172 and 196
Sarah Greenough, Looking In: Robert Frank’s The Americans (Washington, D. C.: National Gallery of Art, 2009), pp. vi-vii, 232, and 466, and Contact no. 18
Nicholas Dawidoff, ‘The Man Who Saw America: Hidden America,’ The New York Times Magazine, 5 July 2015, p. 42
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