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Four (4) photographs by Mark Green (American, b.1932 ). 1st & 2nd items: Two photographs mounted together on one piece of cardstock, one depicting a dog being greeted by a man and the other of a Coffee/Jazz Club poster. Titled and dated en verso "North Beach Photographs, 1959, 1969" and signed by the artist in ink. 7" H x 10 3/8" W. 3rd: Untitled photograph mounted on cardstock depicting a shop owner working behind the counter. Pencil signed lower right. Photograph – 5 7/8" H x 8 7/8" W. Overall – 9 1/4" H x 12" W. 4th: Photograph mounted on cardstock depicting numerous lights at night. Pencil titled and dated lower left "A View From Berkley, 1967" and pencil signed lower right. Photograph – 9 3/8" H x 13 1/4" W. Overall – 15" H x 20" W. Biography (Courtesy of the Archives of American Art): Mark Green moved to San Francisco and became active in the "Beat Movement" as a photographer, writer, and art advocate. He helped organize two major group exhibitions of beat-era arts and also founded the Nanny Goat Hill Gallery in San Francisco. Provenance: estate of Francis Edward Faragoh (1898-1966), American screenwriter. Condition: 1st & 2nd: Overall very good. 3rd: Some abrasions to the surface of the photograph. 4th: Some slight indentations.