- Cornerhouse Publications, 1990
- Hardcover, First Edition
- Condition: Fine in Near Fine Jacket
'At the time of his death from leukaemia in 1972, aged 30, Tony Ray-Jones had already made an indelible mark on photography. He created a body of work of the English at leisure that influenced a generation of photographers. This authoritative monograph, produced in association with the National Museum of Photography and accompanying its major new touring exhibition, introduces the best of his photographs - many previously unpublished and beautifully reproduced from revealing new prints - with original documents and artefacts from the museum's Ray-Jones archive.'