New York: Lustrum Press, 1971. In stapled wraps. 10 x 10 in.  pp. Very good. Item #ANT624
Seymour’s landmark book of personal documentary, capturing glimpses of American life in the 1960s.
The book is a collection of black and white photos alongside his commentary recreated throughout the book from his handwriting. Seymour attempts to present images as literature, supported by snippets of written word. Books like The Lines of My Hand, Vagabond by Gaylord Herron and Danny Lyon’s Paper Negative all owe something to Seymour’s exploration between intimate visual and storytelling.