Roland Freeman [photographer]. Softcover. Very Good. Item #5016
New York: International Center of Photography, 1981. Signed and dated by author/photographer on half title, no inscription. First edition. Oblong octavo (7.5"x8"); 24pp, not paginated. Pictorial paper wraps with stapled binding. Cover has some rubbing on edges and a .5" closed tear on back upper edge has been covered with clear tape by previous owner. Very light scratch marks on inside of front cover and on upper corner of half title page. Minor dampstain near top corner of front and back hinge. Binding is sound. Pages are clean and unmarked.
Roland Freeman is a DC-based photographer known for his work documenting Black rural and urban communities. He worked as a photo editor for the city's alternative paper (at the time called the D.C. Gazette) from 1968-1973. Several of the photographs in this exhibition book are of life in the District during the 1970s.