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  • Clausen, Don H.
    Serving the People...As Well as the Trees

    First Edition

    National Forest Products Association, n.d., ca. 1967. 12 pages. An address by Clausen before the Washington, D.C. Chapter of the International Hoo Hoo Club, February 15, 1967. Clausen represented coastal northern California in Congress from 1963-1983. In this talk he argues for the timber industry supported plan for Redwoods-to-the-Sea for the Redwood National Park in opposition to the plan of the Sierra Club and The Save-the-Redwoods League. 9 x 4 inches. First edition (first printing). A near fine copy in yellow printed wrappers (paperback), stapled. ISBN: 281AIB1049610.

    Book ID: 265453
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  • Roaix, Jim and Bob Wilkinson (editors)
    Eagle Wing Press. November, 1982; March, 1983 (2 issues)

    First Edition Thus

    Naugatuck, Connecticut: Eagle Wing Press, 1982-3. Each issue 32 pages, printed as newspaper, folded. 15 x 11.5 inches, unfolded. This scarce publication was begun as a monthly with the first issue, intended for September, 1981, coming out before Christmas, the January issue in mid-February, and March-April issue was combined. It was published monthly for a while and then somewhat irregularly before stopping in 1987. The magazine focused on local and national Native American issues. The November issue contains an 8-page centerfold on Leonard Peltier and his last legal recourse. First edition (first printing). Very good copies. Some tanning to March 1983 cover page. Scarce. ISBN: 281AIB1049609.

    Book ID: 265452
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  • Oswald, John Clyde (president)
    The American Printer: The Business Paper Of The American Printing Industry. Volume 76, Number 2, January 20, 1923. Benjamin Franklin, Bi-centennial Issue

    First Edition

    New York: Oswald Publishing Company, 1923. 128 pages. Numerous illustrations, many in color, many full-page re Franklin. 12 x 8.75 inches. First edition (first printing). Very good copy in illustrated tan wrappers (paperback). Front cover is foxed. Covers with edge and corner wear. ISBN: B018ZW5WD4.

    Book ID: 265451
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  • (Delmarle, A. F.) Lista, Giovanni
    A, F. Delmarle: Peintre futuriste (1889-1952). Documents, manifeste, correspondance, dessins

    First Edition

    Paris: 1973. Unpaginated, 14 pages. b/w illustrations. l'Humidite #16. Text in French. 12 x 9 inches. First edition (first printing). A near fine copy in illustrated wrappers (paperback), stapled. ISBN: 281AIB1049607.

    Book ID: 265450
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  • Dimitroff, George (program coordinator)
    Fresco: A Technique Never Lost

    First Edition

    Olympia, Washington: The Murals and Architectural Art Group, Evergreen State College, 1976. 23 pages. A manual for executing fresco painting, illustrated with B/W photographs. George Dimitroff is the son of Stephen Pope Dimitroff, prominent mural painter and picture framer, who was an apprentice to Diego Rivera. Stephen created dozens of murals in public building across the United States. Stephen and his wife, Lucienne Bloch, created three murals in San Francisco. 'In appreciation to Lucienne Bloch, George E. Diitroff and Stephen Pope Dimitroff for their help and guidance.' - from the first page of the manual. Inscribed by Lucienne: 'To Daniel - Friend and teacher of how it is -today. Lucienne to Daniel with love. 2/25/78.' With small drawing of…

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    Olympia, Washington: The Murals and Architectural Art Group, Evergreen State College, 1976. 23 pages. A manual for executing fresco painting, illustrated with B/W photographs. George Dimitroff is the son of Stephen Pope Dimitroff, prominent mural painter and picture framer, who was an apprentice to Diego Rivera. Stephen created dozens of murals in public building across the United States. Stephen and his wife, Lucienne Bloch, created three murals in San Francisco. 'In appreciation to Lucienne Bloch, George E. Diitroff and Stephen Pope Dimitroff for their help and guidance.' - from the first page of the manual. Inscribed by Lucienne: 'To Daniel - Friend and teacher of how it is -today. Lucienne to Daniel with love. 2/25/78.' With small drawing of a cat. Also signed by Stephen Pope Dimitroff in English and Russian. First edition (first printing). A near fine copy in brown printed wrappers (paperback), comb-bound. ISBN: 281AIB1049602.

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    Book ID: 265446
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  • Clausen, Don H.
    Redwoods - How much is enough? Congressional Record, Vol. 123, No. 107

    N. Pl., likely Humboldt County: 1977. One sheet, printed on both sides, 14 x 8.5 inches. This entry into the Congressional Record is a from Clausen's address to the Commonwealth Club, arguing against the expansion of Redwood National Park as unnecessary for protection of the Tall Trees Grove and job destroying. Clausen represented the north coast of California in Congress from 1963-1983. A near fine printed copy. ISBN: 281AIB1049598.

    Book ID: 265442
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  • Clausen, Don
    A Livable Redwood National Park and Seashore Plan. Congressional Record, Vol. 112, No. 175, pp 25240-25243

    1966. 4 pages. Clausen's arguments for supporting the establishment of Redwood National Park but opposing the more ambitious plans of the Sierra Club and The Save-the-Redwoods League. Clausen represented the north coast of California in Congress from 1963-1983. A near fine printed copy. ISBN: 281AIB1049596.

    Book ID: 265440
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  • Louise Penny
    Still Life (Chief Inspector Armand Gamache Mysteries #1)

    Minotaur Books, 2008. A fine copy in wrappers (paperback). ISBN: 9780312541538.

    Book ID: 265438
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  • Louise Penny
    A Fatal Grace: Chief Inspector Gamache Novel #2

    Minotaur Books, 2011. A fine copy in wrappers (paperback). ISBN: 9780312541163.

    Book ID: 265437
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  • Louise Penny
    The Cruelest Month: Chief Inspector Gamache Novel #3

    Minotaur Books, 2011. A fine copy in wrappers (paperback). ISBN: 9780312573508.

    Book ID: 265436
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  • Louise Penny
    The Brutal Telling (Chief Inspector Gamache #5)

    Minotaur Books, 2010. A fine copy in wrappers (paperback). ISBN: 9780312661687.

    Book ID: 265435
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  • Deborah Harkness
    Time's Convert: A Novel

    Penguin Books, 2019. A near fine copy in wrappers (paperback). ISBN: 9780399564536.

    Book ID: 265434
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  • Harkness, Deborah
    Shadow of Night: A Novel

    Penguin Books, 2013. Very good in wrappers (paperback). ISBN: 9780143123620.

    Book ID: 265433
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  • Barnum, C. Robert (chairman)
    Redwoods-to-the-Sea: Regional Planning for a National Family Playground

    First Edition

    Eureka: The Redwoods-to-the Sea Citizens' Committee, 1967. Unpaginated, 30 pages. This plan was put forward by the timber industry and its supporters in oppostion to the plans of the Sierra Club and Save-the-Redwood League for Redwood National Park. Robert Barnum owned large tracts of timber lands in Humboldt County. Contains maps, B/W photographic illustrations and tables. Oblong format, 11.25 x 8.5 inches. First edition (first printing). A near fine copy in illustrated yellow wrappers (paperback), comb-bound. ISBN: 281AIB1049593.

    Book ID: 265431
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  • Fenn, George Manville
    This Man's Wife, A Story of Woman's Faith. [Cover title: The Haute Noblesse]

    New York: George Munro, ca. 1889. 375 pages, 6 pages ads, 15 pages of books in the Seaside Library. Fenn was a prolific English author, mainly of young adult books. This book was originally published in 1887. First US edition possibly. A very good copy in illustrated wrappers (paperback). Pages are browned. Little edge and corner wear. ISBN: 281AIB1049591.

    First US edition possibly. A very good copy in illustrated wrappers (paperback). Pages are browned. Little edge and corner wear.

    Book ID: 265429
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  • Ross, Mary (compiler)
    Writings and Cartography of Herbert Eugene Bolton

    First Edition Thus

    (N.Pl.): New Spain and the West, 1932. 8 pages. Offprint from "New Spain and The West.". ISBN: B004MMTVU2.

    First edition thus. A near fine copy in blue printed wrappers (paperback), stapled.

    Book ID: 265428
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  • Kitaj, R. J.
    Sandra / Two

    First Edition

    London: Marlborough Gallery, 1996. 23 pages. Published on the occasion of the exhibition of new work by R. B. Kitaj at FIAC/Paris, 2-7 October 1996. 5 page interview with Kitaj by Susan Shaw. Illustrations in B/W. 11.5 x 9.75 inches. First edition (first printing). A fine copy in illustrated orange printed wrappers (paperback), stapled. ISBN: 281AIB1049582.

    First edition (first printing). A fine copy in illustrated orange printed wrappers (paperback), stapled.

    Book ID: 265419
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  • British Library of Information
    Bulletins from Britain (28 separate pamphlets))

    First Edition

    New York City: British Library of Information, 1942. 28 separate 16-page pamphlets. 'Bulletins from Britain' was a series of news pamphlets presenting a picture "of the Empire's war effort and of the impact of the war upon the daily lives of its people" for the American audience. The British Library of Information was a branch of the British Foreign Office created in 1919 as a means of both monitoring and cultivating the relationship between the US and Great Britain. The agency produced dozens of pamphlets, leaflets, posters, and other pieces of propaganda to distribute in America with the intent to "reveal the political determination of the British government to bring the inspiration and steadfastness of the prime minister and…

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    New York City: British Library of Information, 1942. 28 separate 16-page pamphlets. 'Bulletins from Britain' was a series of news pamphlets presenting a picture "of the Empire's war effort and of the impact of the war upon the daily lives of its people" for the American audience. The British Library of Information was a branch of the British Foreign Office created in 1919 as a means of both monitoring and cultivating the relationship between the US and Great Britain. The agency produced dozens of pamphlets, leaflets, posters, and other pieces of propaganda to distribute in America with the intent to "reveal the political determination of the British government to bring the inspiration and steadfastness of the prime minister and the British nation to an American nation not yet engaged in the war." (Cohen, Volume I, p. 513). The 28 pamphlets cover the period between January 14, 1942 and October 7, 1942, and include the following numbers: 72, 76, 78, 82, 83, 85, 86, 87, 89, 90, 91, 92, 94-99, 100-105, 107-110. ISBN: 281AIB1049581.

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    First editions (first printings). Near fine copies in printed wrappers (paperback), stapled.

    Book ID: 265417
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  • Bradbury, O. G. (collector)
    10 Poets 10 Poems

    First Edition

    London: Graphix Press, Ealing School of Art, 1971. Unpaginated, about 50 pages. Poets include W. H. Auden, Charles Causley, Laurence Durrell, Ted Hughes, Ted Joans, Christopher Logue, W. S. Merwin, Louis Simpson, J. Wain, Eric White. Printed letterpress on Glastonbury Antique Laid paper. ISBN: B005HB34SW.

    First edition (first printing). A near fine copy in printed tan wrappers (paperback) with title in orange lettering. Limited edition, #93/100 copies.

    Book ID: 265402
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  • Johnson, Ronald
    Autumn (from The Book of the Green Man)

    First Edition Thus

    N. Pl: Lugano Review. Offprint from The Lunago Review, Volume I/5-6, 1966. Johnson (1935-1998) was a poet who lived in San Francisco for 25 years, active in the gay community, co-founder of the Rainbow Motorcycle Club which was formed in the No Name Bar on Folsom St. which he managed. 'The Book of the Green Man' was published posthumously in 2015. ISBN: B000UBCLM4.

    First edition thus. A near fine copy in printed wrappers (paperback), stapled. Slight tanning to cover edges.

    Book ID: 265400
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