For me this is Martin Parr's strongest work, and one of the most adventurous and funny street photography books ever made. The original has long fallen out of print. This ain't it exactly, but it's the next best thing.
I love me some early Meyerowitz black and white. Finally there's a nice big book of it. This is street photography in the most literal sense, shot from a car. Most other street photos seem rather pedestrian in comparison.
A chronological history of Lee, Maria, and all that followed, with guest appearances by various photo luminaries. Play Spot-The-Famous-Shooter with whiskey shots while browsing. Doesn't get much better than that.