Rochester & New York: The George Eastman House and Horizon Press, 1961. First editions. Hardcovers. 214 and 290 pages in two volumes. Edited by Nancy Newhall. The classic look at Weston's diaries that includes numerous black and white photographs as well. Volume I is in very good condition with a former owner signature to both the front pastedown and rear free endpaper and some foxing to the page edges in a fair only dust jacket with chipping to the spine ends, long tear to the base of the spine, chunk missing from the base of the spine, and other tears, wear and foxing. Volume II is a very good copy with former owner's name rubberstamped to the front free endpaper and some foxing in an about very good dust jacket with some wear and foxing. Despite the litany of flaws a solid set.