Hollywood, International Photographers, IATSE Local 659: 1948
Edition: (Vol. XX, No. 4)
Seller ID: 21903
Condition: Near Fine
[very light wear along spine, otherwise unblemished]. (B&W photographs) Monthly magazine of the Hollywood photographers' union. The primary feature of this issue is a six-page photographic layout regarding George Stevens's film I REMEMBER MAMA, shot by Gaston Longet and including four full-page location shots taken on the streets of San Francisco. There is also a lovely full-page portrait of actress Ann Blyth, photographed by Ray Jones. Other articles in this issue include: "Landscape Photography," by Edwin Broomer; "Ambassador from Hollywood," an article about photographer ... View More...
Beverly Hills CA, Guild-Hartford Publishing Co.: (c.1972)
Edition: First Edition
Inscription: Signed by Author
Seller ID: 24626
Condition: Very Good+
[good solid copy, binding tight and firm, light stain at top of spine, mild edgewear to covers, a little schmutz on the rear cover]. Mass Market PB SIGNED by the author on the title page. As business representative for IATSE (the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees) for 35 years (1933-1968), Aller was an important figure in Hollywood labor circles, and was in the thick of the battle to take back control of the union from Chicago mobsters Willie Bioff and George Browne (the book's title refers to the pair, both of whom were eventually ousted from the union and sent to prison, ... View More...