In the late sixties, a forward thinking Japanese photographer traveled throughout the northeastern United States stopping at each of the Ivy League schools to document the style of the era. The resulting book, cryptically titled “Take Ivy”, is pure genius. The photo book was out of print until a few years ago when a small run was re-released, only to immediately sell out. A Continous Lean has scanned the book and posted some of the most compelling photos. Check them out here.