They Became What They Beheld.
First edition. The anthropologist Margaret Mead described this photo documentary and essay as an “astute staccato comment on present and needed changes in sensory modes, against a background of fantasied primitive life, annotated by some extraordinary photographs.”
Description: They Became What They Beheld.
New York: Outerbridge & Dienstfrey / Ballantine, (1970). Oblong, small quarto in a printed metallic-silver dust jacket that has light creases. Front free endpaper with mild waviness; various pages have faint age-toning at the very most outer edges, in the margins; scattered pages have soft creases from handling; a presentable copy; good.