And then you open it, and it turns out to be special after all:
Yes. This copy belonged to Edwin Land, and presumably crossed his desk in early 1946, precisely as Polaroid’s instant-photography project was secretly steaming along, looking to make a dent in the world. Owing to the unbelievable reach and searchability inherent to online secondhand-book shopping, it made its way into my hands this week.
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