Berkeley, CA: Great Star Press, 1975. First edition. Hardcover. Number 79 from an edition of only 300 hardcover copies from a total edition of 3000. Foreword by Thomas Farber. A collection of black and white photographs that were the result of a four year project by Brown of documenting life on one block of Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley. The American Institute of Graphic Arts in 1976 selected it for inclusion in their "Fifty Books" exhibition. A very near fine copy in a near fine jacket with some toning and slight foxing. Signed by Brown on the limitation page. Lacking the print as usual. A very underrated book and an interesting comparison to Richard Misrach's seminal book "Telegraph Avenue" which was published the year earlier.