A “color glos” photo — a black-and white still that was hand-tinted (clearly not with great attention to accuracy) and distributed to theaters
Witches Tower Room
The set of the Gale farm from the film, which spent six months in production, another six in post.
The actors relaxing between takes.
One of the many wigs tested on Judy Garland for the role (with the book showing some jaw-dropping alternatives)
A publicity shot of the apple orchard sequence
The contract for King Vidor, who directed the Kansas farm scenes after Victor Fleming exited “Oz” to direct “Gone With the Wind.”
Authors Jay Scarfone and William Stillman refer to the book (Harper Design; $40; 176 pages) as a “lavish tribute” to the film.