(ANDRÉ KERTÉSZ; DUANE MICHALS; JILL FREEDMAN, et alia) A portfolio entitled Ten Photographers. With 10 (of 10) posed and candid portraits by 20th-century masters of the medium, including André Kertész, Duane Michals, James Van Der Zee, Eve Arnold, Jill Freedman, Ernst Haas, Inge Morath, Barbara Morgan, Eva Rubinstein, and Neal Slavin. Silver prints, the images measuring approximately 9 1/2x6 3/8 inches (24.1x16.2 cm.), and the reverse, the sheets 14x11 inches (35.6x27.9 cm.), each with the photographer's signature and edition notation 3/75, in ink, on recto, and some also with a date; each individually matted. Elephant folio-sized gray-stamped tan linen clamshell box; the edition notation 3/75, in ink, on the colophon; contents loose as issued. ONE OF AN EDITION OF 75 COPIES. Women's Campaign Fund, 1930-77; printed 1978
Eve Arnold, London, 1962 Jill Freedman, Circus Days, 1971 Ernst Haas, USA, 1960 André Kertész, New York City, July 10, 1977 Duane Michals, McKeesport, PA, 1977 Inge Morath, Ireland, 1954 Barbara Morgan, Martha Graham, 1935 Eva Rubinstein, Miss Anne Amis, Tennessee, 1972 Neal Slavin, Portugal, 1968 James Van Der Zee, New York City, 1930.
This portfolio was produced to aid the Women's Campaign Fund, which was formed in 1974.