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Book Condition: Near Fine
Wraps, 15.5 by 20 cm,  pp. An unread, near fine copy but for a bump at the head of the spine. A most unusual memoir in which one woman saved her passport images – many taken in photobooths – from 1926 to 1978. We see her age, mature through World War II, Vietnam, the Kennedy assassination, the Moon landings, and the Cold War, though her intense stare and crisp smile remain the same, nearly forming a flip-book of her life. A brief, one-page essay follows the photos.