Adam Clark Vroman, A Trip to Snake Dance, Moqui-Indian-towns, and Petrified Forests of Arizona, album with 76 platinum prints, August 1895. Sold for $48,000.
Roman Vishniac, The Vanished World, portfolio with 12 photographs, 1936-38; printed 1977. Sold for $43,200.
Roman Vishniac's portfolio of Polish Jews in the 1930s, The Vanished World, sold for $43,200. Both set record prices.
Labels: Adam Clark Vroman, Daile Kaplan, fine photographs, record prices, Roman Vishniac, top lots