This is a 1974 first edition of the tribute to the folkways, art and traditions of the American South, "Jericho: The South Beheld", by Hubert Shuptrine and James Dickey, published by Oxmoor House, Birmingham, Alabama. A large, coffee table sized book, it contains prints of various paintings and images of the South, along with written commentary and poetry.
16 x 13"
165 Paages & Catalog of the paintings & drawings; ".Two Southerners turn their talents on their land & their people.The painter, Hubert Shuptrine, and the poet, James Dickey, each went his own way into the South, Shuptrine visually & Dickey by a strange verbal process of his own." (from DJ) Two Artists, then. Two deep views of Jericho that will not come or come together ---Again.
Some wear and tear to dust jacket. One large tear down the front of the dust jacket. Front Book Cover has some discoloration. Back cover has slight discoloration. Edges are slightly aged. Inside is fine, no damage that I could find. Some great pictures in this book A lot of them would look Great mounted and framed. Even has some Old Traditional recipes such as Black Eyed Peas, Cornbread, Sweet Potato Pie, etc.
Limited First Edition: Number 26803 of the First Edition of 150,000.