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Hauser, Heinrich
Schwarzes Revier [WITH ORIGINAL DUST JACKET]
S. Fischer, Berlin, 1930. 8vo. 149,[2]pp. Red cloth in original pictorial dust jacket resting in custom made modern clamshell box. Clamshell in half leather over red cloth with gold lettering on spine, raised bands. Dj protected by modern mylar. Heinrich Hauser (1901-1955) was a German author, sailor and world traveler. "Schwarzes Revier" documents his 6,000 km journey in 1929 through the then relatively unknown Ruhrgebiet in Germany. Along with Renger-Patzsch's "Ruhrgebiet-Landschaften" this work is considered one of the early photographic masterpieces. Hauser was one of the pioneers of the "Neues Sehen" (New Vision) style that has evolved in the 1920s. Illustrated with 127 b/w reproductions of photographs. Signature of previous owner in pencil on free front endpaper. Minor foxing on endpapers. Small glue remnant on back board of book. Inside of top and bottom edge of dj repaired with Japanese paper. Staining on rear of dj, few closed tears on dj edges. Text in German. Tight copy with dj in good-, book in very good, clamshell box in near fine condition. Rare in dust jacket. Pictured on page 96 in "The Open Book" WITHOUT the dust jacket. Contents: Vorwort. Gesehen vom Steuerrad. Landschaft. Städte. Die Zeche Hannibal. Krupp. Ruhrorter Hafen. Abenteuer eines kleinen Flusses. Technik des Hochofenbetriebs. Röhrenwalzwerk. Eisengießerei. Modelltischlerei. Zwei Stimmen im Revier. Drahtwalzwerk. Großer Güterbahnhof. Ferngas. Kokerei. Arbeitgeber-Arbeitnehmer. Leben als Arbeiter I. Leben als Arbeiter II. Leben als Arbeiter III. Irgendwo von 18 Uhr bis 22. Abschied. [Attributes: Ha … [Click Below for Full Description]
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