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c. 1983-84. Six black and white photographs (not stated but) by Abe Frajndlich, of William Burroughs, or details thereof. Two photos of Burroughs seated inside at a desk; two photos of Burroughs standing outside in a trench coat and hat; one photo of Burroughs' coat, hat and cane on the floor next to a baseboard heater; one photo of Burroughs' hands as he signs a copy of The Place of Dead Roads. Each photo is 8-1/2" x 11"; faint staining to a few margins, else fine. [#033147] $2,000
1984. Photograph by Frajndlich of Burroughs in a three-piece suit sitting in an upholstered chair. Titled "William S. Burroughs" and copyrighted, signed and dated by Frajndlich. Additionally inscribed by Frajndlich to Bob Jackson "in friendship." Black and white. 11" x 14" Marginal crease to an upper corner, else fine. [#033145] $1,000
1984. Photograph by Frajndlich of Burroughs in a three-piece suit sitting behind a table in a public space, smoking. Frajndlich is known for his portraits of photographers, and of others involved in the arts. Copyrighted, signed and dated by Frajndlich in ink at the right of the image in the margin, and titled, copyrighted, signed and dated in pencil by Frajndlich on the verso. Black and white. 11" x 14" Marginal crease to an upper corner, else fine. [#033146] $1,000