One of my first posts to Lox Papers was of a photograph of the Gish sisters (Dorothy and Lillian) that I absolutely love, taken by Diane Arbus. It captures the sisters in dead winter, with their film star years a bygone era.
When I came across the above book, Dorothy and Lillian Gish (1973), at a flea market recently, I snatched it up right away. It's brimming from cover to cover with photos of the sisters in their younger years, on and off the screen, and written by Lillian Gish herself. The metallic foil-stamped ribbons on the ivory, linen cover, reading "In remembrance - Lillian Gish" and "Sincerely yours, Dorothy Gish" would have sold me on it alone, but it's truly a delightful counterpart to one of my favorite photographs and a kick to flip through. What class*