New York: The Viking Press, 1937. First edition and first printing. Hardcover. The first collaboration of Bourke-White and her then future husband Caldwell. Features text by Caldwell and 75 black and white images by Bourke-White. A near fine copy in cloth boards with some of the usual toning to the endpapers and in a fair only dust jacket that has a large chip to the top of the spine, numerous other chips, tears and extensive tape repairs. Still, a solid copy of what is one of the single best books to come out during the depression. (Parr & Badger v1 140-141: Roth 94-95).