hello to all. this is my first post to photo.net, though i've been lurking for some time--mostly in the mf, lf and classic/pre 1970s forums. i have an opportunity to pick up a complete set of the encyclopedia of photography (greystone press, willard morgan, ed.), early-mid '60s vintage. this was something that came up online so i have no way of perusing the content, and so far my online searches have come up bupkus (thouph i have learned that here at PN, people seem to like the focal encyclopedia a lot). so my question is, well, questions, really. . .what's in this thing? will it be worth my while? to put it another way, if its content is more along the lines of coffee table book fare, i don't want it. but if it's packed with info about the famous makers (their history and cameras and lenses), and info about technique and processing and printing, then i definitely *do* want it. any help appreciated.