mounted, signed, titled, dated, and numbered '30P' in pencil and stamped by Cole Weston, the photographer's son, on the reverse, framed, 1930, printed posthumously by Cole Weston (Conger 606)
9¼ by 7⅜ in. (23.5 by 18.7 cm.)
This photograph is in generally good condition. Upon close inspection, foxing is visible throughout the print. There are 2 creases to the lower left edge, which likely occurred prior to or as a result of mounting, and the lower right edge is slightly bumped.
There is graphite transference from the mat on the mount which runs parallel to the right edge of the print.
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Private collection, New York
By descent to the present owner