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  • Isaac Roosevelt (1726-1794) Soldier, Statesman, Citizen of New York: A short genealogical record of the Roosevelts from 1649 to 1934 and notes in reference to John Bailey sword maker to the Officers of the American Revolution by [Roosevelt, Franklin Delano] Peters, Fred J.
    [Roosevelt, Franklin Delano] Peters, Fred J.
    Isaac Roosevelt (1726-1794) Soldier, Statesman, Citizen of New York: A short genealogical record of the Roosevelts from 1649 to 1934 and notes in reference to John Bailey sword maker to the Officers of the American Revolution

    New York: Privately Printed, 1934. [3], 7, [7] pages on hand-made paper; 2 mounted photographs, the first of a painted portrait of Isaac Roosevelt and the second of the sword. Folio-sized, 10-1/4 by 14 inches.

    A rather odd book, presenting a survey of Franklin Roosevelt's male ancestors, with an emphasis on the Revolutionary War-era politician Isaac Roosevelt. The final page is devoted to John Bailey, who made a sword for Isaac.

    It appears that the House of Peters, at one time a fine clothier, had turned to selling artifacts in the 1930s, issuing elaborate books to document collections they presumably had for sale.

    In this case, your humble cataloguer believes they had in…

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    New York: Privately Printed, 1934. [3], 7, [7] pages on hand-made paper; 2 mounted photographs, the first of a painted portrait of Isaac Roosevelt and the second of the sword. Folio-sized, 10-1/4 by 14 inches.

    A rather odd book, presenting a survey of Franklin Roosevelt's male ancestors, with an emphasis on the Revolutionary War-era politician Isaac Roosevelt. The final page is devoted to John Bailey, who made a sword for Isaac.

    It appears that the House of Peters, at one time a fine clothier, had turned to selling artifacts in the 1930s, issuing elaborate books to document collections they presumably had for sale.

    In this case, your humble cataloguer believes they had in their possession a sword once owned by Isaac Roosevelt, and seeing that his great-great grandson was in the White House, sought to capitalize on this fact. It is, in any case, an uncommon book, published in an edition of just 12 copies. Two copies located on OCLC, one at the American Antiquarian Society and the second at the Harry Ransom Center. ISBN: B0016MYB6U.

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    Bound in yellow half morocco over blue cloth. Spine tanned, with a bit of spotting to the leather, else a near fine copy in a very good slipcase. Bookmark ribbon detached but laid in. Copy 3 of 12, numbered, signed Fred Peters and dated on a sheet of House of Peters letterhead, tipped to the first leaf. [JSP01]

    Book ID: 78327
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  • One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Director's Scrapbook by [Kesey, Ken] [Shank, Richard C.] [Wasserman, Dale] [Smits, Jimmy]
    [Kesey, Ken] [Shank, Richard C.] [Wasserman, Dale] [Smits, Jimmy]
    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Director's Scrapbook

    Ithaca, NY: 9 by 11-1/2 inches. Director's scrapbook for the 1983 Cornell University student production of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, starring Jimmy Smits and Margaret Reed. Smits' performance as Chief Bromden was widely acclaimed and helped launch his professional career.

    This is a record of the production kept by the chairman of the Cornell Univesity theater arts program, Richard Shank, who directed the play. The book, bound in library buckram by Shank after the play's run finished, includes 1) two copies of the Samuel French script, one for reproduction and the other extensively annotated by Shank with notes on the staging;

    2) fold-out plans for the set;

    3) publicity clipping, flyers, programs,…

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    Ithaca, NY: 9 by 11-1/2 inches. Director's scrapbook for the 1983 Cornell University student production of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, starring Jimmy Smits and Margaret Reed. Smits' performance as Chief Bromden was widely acclaimed and helped launch his professional career.

    This is a record of the production kept by the chairman of the Cornell Univesity theater arts program, Richard Shank, who directed the play. The book, bound in library buckram by Shank after the play's run finished, includes 1) two copies of the Samuel French script, one for reproduction and the other extensively annotated by Shank with notes on the staging;

    2) fold-out plans for the set;

    3) publicity clipping, flyers, programs, and other ephemera from the production;

    4) five still photographs taken during a performance of the play; 5) Shank's extensive clipping file of reviews of earlier productions, often with notes about how to respond to criticisms of the play; 6) call sheets and other communications with the actors.

    In all, a remarkable, one-of-a-kind record of a notable production of this play based on Kesey's classic novel. Two of the actors, Smits as well as Margaret Reed (Nurse Ratched), went on to have notable careers as television and film actors. Smits was one of the first Mexican American actors to earn national acclaim. ISBN: 281AIB1040908.

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    Fine or nearly so. One call sheet is signed by both Reed and Smits (and all the other actors). [JSP02; JHG2019]

    Book ID: 206630
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  • Mathematisches Worterbuch, oder Erklarung der Begriffe, Lehrsatze, Aufgaben und Methoden der Mathematik ... [Complete, 7 volumes in 8] by Kluegel, Georg Simon
    Kluegel, Georg Simon
    Mathematisches Worterbuch, oder Erklarung der Begriffe, Lehrsatze, Aufgaben und Methoden der Mathematik ... [Complete, 7 volumes in 8]

    First Edition

    Leipzig: Schwickertschen Verlage and E. B. Schwickert, 1803-1836. A rare complete set of this early 19th century German dictionary of pure mathematics, published in five volumes (in six books) and a two-volume supplement (Supplemente zu G. S. Kluegel's Woorterbuche der reinen Mathematik). Volumes 4 and 5 were co-written by Carl Brandan Mollweide and Johann August Grunert; Grunert authored the supplements.

    Volume 1: A-D (1803): viii, 944 pages, 8 folding plates; 2: E-J (1805), 956, [6] pages, 6 folding plates; 3: K-P (1808), 933, [3] pages, 10 folding plates; 4: Q-S (1823), vi, 889, [1] pages, 7 folding plates; 5.1, T-U (1831), iv, 589 pages, 8 folding plates; 5.2, V-Z (1831), 590-1188, [1] pages; Supplement 1: A-D (1833),…

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    Leipzig: Schwickertschen Verlage and E. B. Schwickert, 1803-1836. A rare complete set of this early 19th century German dictionary of pure mathematics, published in five volumes (in six books) and a two-volume supplement (Supplemente zu G. S. Kluegel's Woorterbuche der reinen Mathematik). Volumes 4 and 5 were co-written by Carl Brandan Mollweide and Johann August Grunert; Grunert authored the supplements.

    Volume 1: A-D (1803): viii, 944 pages, 8 folding plates; 2: E-J (1805), 956, [6] pages, 6 folding plates; 3: K-P (1808), 933, [3] pages, 10 folding plates; 4: Q-S (1823), vi, 889, [1] pages, 7 folding plates; 5.1, T-U (1831), iv, 589 pages, 8 folding plates; 5.2, V-Z (1831), 590-1188, [1] pages; Supplement 1: A-D (1833), vi, 737, [1] pages, 2 folding plates; Supp. 2: E-Z (1836), 1032 pages, 4 folding plates.

    Kluegel (1739-1812) held a variety of academic positions before taking the chair of mathematics at the University of Halle, a position he held for 20 years before retiring. As a theoretician, his primary work was on parallels and in trigonometry, but in the 19th century he was known for this dictionary. He completed three volumes before his death and the work was carried on by Mollweide (volume 4) and Grunert (vol. 5 and the supplements).

    According to the St. Andrews University MacTutor History of Mathematics archive, "It was [Kleugel's] mathematical dictionary, however, which led to his fame. This was the three volume work Mathematisches Wörterbuch... which appeared between 1803 and 1808. The work includes articles such as "Abacus", "Algebra", "Analysis", "Geometry", "Logarithms", "Parallels" and a host of similar ones. His definitions often illustrate the state of mathematics at this time and are now of interest to historians of mathematics... The dictionary was widely used for several generations making Klügel's name widely known."

    Mollweide was also an important German mathematician, best remembered for the Mollweide projection of the sphere, used in many atlases. Mollweide's best-known student was August Moebius.

    Kluegel's dictionary of mathematics is quite scarce, complete as here in 8 volumes, with only a few institutional holdings, mostly in Germany. ISBN: 281AIB1040944.

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    First edition (first printing). Very good or better in contemporary cloth and decorated paper bindings; old gymnasium library stamp on each title page; some paper adhesions to the covers of a few volumes, but a remarkably well-preserved set.

    Book ID: 206707
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  • A Supplementary Catalogue of Sanskrit, Pali and Prakit Books in the Library of the British Museum Acquired During the Years 1892-1906; 1906-1928. (2 Volume Set) by Barnett, L.D. (compiler)
    Barnett, L.D. (compiler)
    A Supplementary Catalogue of Sanskrit, Pali and Prakit Books in the Library of the British Museum Acquired During the Years 1892-1906; 1906-1928. (2 Volume Set)

    First Edition

    London: British Museum, 1908; 1928. 2 Volumes: 1095, 1694 pages. ISBN: 281AIB1048836.

    First editions (first printings). Near fine copies in original green cloth with bright gilt lining and lettering on spine. Spine edges are rolled. Black endpapers. Pages edges to 1906 volume have mild foxing. A handsome set.

    Book ID: 264156
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  • A Generous Man [Uncorrected Proof] by Price, Reynolds
    Price, Reynolds
    A Generous Man [Uncorrected Proof]

    New York: Atheneum, 1966. About 300 leaves, printed on one side (rectos) only. A very uncommon proof, presumably issued in very small numbers. This is not the frequently seen advance reading copy. ISBN: 281AIB1034944.

    Uncorrected proof, plastic-comb bound in blue cardstock covers with an applied label. A trifle soiled, but still very good to near fine. Laid in is a single sheet titled "An Autobiographical Sketch of Reynolds Price Whose New Novel 'A Generous Man,' Will Be Published on March 25." Arguably, this short essay is Price's scarcest separate publication.

    Book ID: 162831
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  • Collection of Book-Arts Inspired Christmas Cards by NORBAG (North Redwoods Book Arts Guild)
    NORBAG (North Redwoods Book Arts Guild)
    Collection of Book-Arts Inspired Christmas Cards

    Humboldt County, California: 1994-96; 1999-2003; 2005. NORBAG, founded in 1995, is a group of amateur and semi-professional book artists, who meet regularly to learn new techniques and to exchange work. Just as various amateur press associations and local printers' chappels echo the fine press movement, local book arts guilds use the same techniques and book forms as professional book artists. One common element of book arts guilds and amateur press associations is the regular exchange of work among the members. From the very beginning, NORBAG organized a Christmas card exchange. Present here are cards from the earliest exchanges from the founding year of the organziation, with a few earlier examples. There is also a run of cards from 1999 to…

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    Humboldt County, California: 1994-96; 1999-2003; 2005. NORBAG, founded in 1995, is a group of amateur and semi-professional book artists, who meet regularly to learn new techniques and to exchange work. Just as various amateur press associations and local printers' chappels echo the fine press movement, local book arts guilds use the same techniques and book forms as professional book artists. One common element of book arts guilds and amateur press associations is the regular exchange of work among the members. From the very beginning, NORBAG organized a Christmas card exchange. Present here are cards from the earliest exchanges from the founding year of the organziation, with a few earlier examples. There is also a run of cards from 1999 to 2005, lacking 2004. The cards offer an interesting look at the amateur book arts, as the participants explore screenprinting, embossing, various book structures, collage techniques, and paper styles. This collection includes more than 100 cards from about three dozen different artists, many contributing cards in multiple years. All in all, an interesting look into the amateur book arts world. ISBN: 281AIB1036819.

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    Most cards fine; a few with bent corners. Most are signed by the artist, but some are unidentified. This collection came from the estate of one of the founding members of the organization.

    Book ID: 179216
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  • Hawai'i One Summer: 1978 [Deluxe Edition] by Kingston, Maxine Hong; illustrated by Deng Ming-Dao
    Kingston, Maxine Hong; illustrated by Deng Ming-Dao
    Hawai'i One Summer: 1978 [Deluxe Edition]

    First Edition

    San Francisco: Meadow Press, 1987. 52 pages. 9-1/2 by 12-1/2inches. An autobiographical story of a summer spent in Hawai'i. Illustrated with color woodcuts by Deng Ming-Dao. Printed by Leigh McLellan on Korean Kozo papers. One of 75 deluxe copies specially bound by the printer and signed by the author, the artist, and the printer. There were also 75 case bound copies. ISBN: 281AIB1044024.

    First edition (first printing). A fine hardcover copy; no dust jacket, as issued. In a fine original slipcase. Signed by the author, artist, and printer on the limitation pages.

    Book ID: 223304
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  • M. Fabii Quinctiliani, ut Ferunt Declamationes XIX majores, et Quae ex CCCLXXXVIII SupersuntCXLV Minores. et Calpurnii lacci Declamationes. cum Notis Doctorum Virorum; Curant Petro Burmanno.
    M. Fabii Quinctiliani, ut Ferunt Declamationes XIX majores, et Quae ex CCCLXXXVIII SupersuntCXLV Minores. et Calpurnii lacci Declamationes. cum Notis Doctorum Virorum; Curant Petro Burmanno.

    First Edition

    Lugduni Batavorum: Apud Joannem de Vivie, 1720. {4} 838 {132} pages. Edited by the great classical scholar Pieter Berman, the 19 major Declamations and selected minor ones are heavily annotated (approximately half of each page is notes), and occupy the first 790 pages. Calpurnius Flaccus takes up the next 46 pages, followed by the extensive index. Some have questioned the authorship of the Declamations, but apparently Berman felt they were Quintilian's. ISBN: 281AIB1047610.

    First edition (first printing). A very good copy in green-stained vellum. Title page in red and black, with printer's device.. The first few pages have some mends and an unsuccerssful attempt to erase some later writing in ink.

    Book ID: 262203
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  • Noticia de la California y de su conquista temporal y espiritual hasta el tiempo presente. Sacada de la historia manuscrita, formada en Mexico ano de 1739 [3 volumes] by Venegas, Miguel
    Venegas, Miguel
    Noticia de la California y de su conquista temporal y espiritual hasta el tiempo presente. Sacada de la historia manuscrita, formada en Mexico ano de 1739 [3 volumes]

    Mexico: L. Alvarez y Alvarez de la Cadena [Editorial Layac], 1943-1944. Three volumes. 169, 348, 255 pages, plus six folding maps (2 in vol. 2 and 4 in volume 3). A reprint of the 1757 original, newly typeset with decorative chapter headings. Volume 3 includes texts by Andres Marcos Burriel, Sebastian Vizcaino, and Ferdinand Konsag, as did the original. An attractive and scarce reprint of a hard-to-obtain Zamorano 80 title (no. 78), published during the Second World War, with maps not included in the original. The book mostly relates to Baja California. ISBN: 281AIB1030883.

    Spotting to spine of volume two; one map with a tear in the margin, repaired on the verso (back) with tape. A nice set, seldom encountered. [JSP01]

    Book ID: 139981
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  • A Severed Head: A Play in Three Acts [Original Playscript] by Murdoch, Iris and J. B. Priestley
    Murdoch, Iris and J. B. Priestley
    A Severed Head: A Play in Three Acts [Original Playscript]

    London: Michael Codron Ltd, (n.d. but ca. 1960s). 8-1/2 by 11 inches. 117 leaves. Murdoch attempted to adapt her novel for the stage but was dissatisfied with the results and nearly abandoned the project. For a while she was working with the West End producer Michael Codron, and they discussed the project on September 29, 1962. Soon after, she sent her working draft to J. B. Priestley, who offered to collaborate on the play. Their joint script became a big hit, playing more than 1000 performances. Codron did not end up producing the play in London and what his involvement was is hard to determine. That he was involved early on but did not have his name associated with…

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    London: Michael Codron Ltd, (n.d. but ca. 1960s). 8-1/2 by 11 inches. 117 leaves. Murdoch attempted to adapt her novel for the stage but was dissatisfied with the results and nearly abandoned the project. For a while she was working with the West End producer Michael Codron, and they discussed the project on September 29, 1962. Soon after, she sent her working draft to J. B. Priestley, who offered to collaborate on the play. Their joint script became a big hit, playing more than 1000 performances. Codron did not end up producing the play in London and what his involvement was is hard to determine. That he was involved early on but did not have his name associated with the public productions suggests that this playscript dates from late 1962 or early 1963. An uncommon Murdoch and Priestly item. Not on OCLC. ISBN: 281AIB1041150.

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    Bradbound into paper covers, die cut to reveal the title. Very good; wrappers a bit worn at the corners.

    Book ID: 207352
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  • Price, Reynolds
    August Snow: A Play

    First Edition

    (N.-pl.): (n.p.), 1985. 65 pages. 8-1/2 by 11 inches. A typed script printed recto (front side) only. The script was published six years later in Dramatist Play Service series. ISBN: 281AIB1040941.

    First edition (first printing). Very good in red wrappers (paperback) with velo binding. Some fading and creasing to covers. Inscribed by Price to his typist Dorothy Roberts ("Dot"): "Still working! With long good years of love & thanks & hope." An ALS to Dot from a co-worker laid in reports news of Price's health. Also laid in is a program from a performance of the play at Berkeley Plantation.

    Book ID: 206701
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  • The Villa Farnesina in Rome (Marabilia Italiae) by Frommel, Christoph Luitpold
    Frommel, Christoph Luitpold
    The Villa Farnesina in Rome (Marabilia Italiae)

    First Edition

    Modena: Franco Cosimo Panini, 2003. 230 pages in text volume; 291 pages in plate volume. Housed in beautiful cloth covered box with silk ribbon. Text volume is in Italian. Plate volume has text and plate descriptions in Italian and English. ISBN: 9788882900083.

    First edition (first printing). Near fine copies in black coth covers with bright gold lettering and illustrations. Blindstamp of prior owner on last page in text volume. Housed in near fine cloth covered slipcase with very slight surface wear.

    Book ID: 262756
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  • The Future is Ours, Comrade: Conversations with the Russians by Kosinski, Jerzy (writing as Joseph Novak)
    Kosinski, Jerzy (writing as Joseph Novak)
    The Future is Ours, Comrade: Conversations with the Russians

    First Edition

    Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc, 1960. 286 pages. The author's first book. A look at everyday life in the Soviet Union. Introduction by Irving R. Levine. ISBN: B000N7FXVG.

    First edition (first printing). A bit of edge wear, and top of page block toned, thus near fine. In a dust jacket with light wear to spine ends, else near fine. Review copy with publisher's review slip laid in. Inscribed on the front free endpaper by the author in 1974 to the previous owner and signed both as "Jerzy" and "Joseph Novak." [JSP01]

    Book ID: 177061
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  • Huacaynan: El Camino Del Llanto / The Way of Tears by Guayasamin, Oswaldo. Carrion, Benjamin (introduction)
    Guayasamin, Oswaldo. Carrion, Benjamin (introduction)
    Huacaynan: El Camino Del Llanto / The Way of Tears

    Quito: Casa De La Cultura Ecuatoriana, 1953. 43 separate sheets, most folding, organized by theme: Indio, 12 folding, 3 single sheets; Mestizo: 13 folding, 3 single sheets; Negro, 8 folding, 1 single sheet; Portraits, 2 folding (with 3 images); Mural, 1 folding sheet. Folded sheets have more than one image. Additional commentary by Alfredo Pareja Diezcanseco, Julio E. Payro, Alejandro Carrion, Jorge Romero Brest, Pedro Jorge Vera, Alfred Frankenstein, Jorge Carrera Andrade, A. K., Atanasion Viteri, and Carlos Bravomalo Roatta. Text in English and Spanish. One color tipped-in plate on Catalogue page. ISBN: B002QYEYNM.

    Signed by the artist on colophon page. Limited edition, #495/700 copies. Very good copy in ribbon-tied illustrated white thick paper portfolio. The front cover has a long, 13 inch, closed tear from lower spine margin almost to the top of the cover page.The cover is tanned at edges and on spine. Cover is worn at corners and edges. Stamp of Leonardo J. Munoz on rear of cover

    Book ID: 264559
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  • The Texas Arts Journal, Number One: The Manuscript Edition by Updike, John
    Updike, John
    The Texas Arts Journal, Number One: The Manuscript Edition

    First Edition

    Dallas: Texas Arts Journal, 1977. 109 pages. 8-3/8 by 10-7/8 inches. Contains Updike's libretto for a Grimm-inspired children's opera, The Fisherman and His Wife. Limited to 22 copies, with a page of the original typescript signed by Updike laid-in to a folder labeled with limitation details. The opera premiered at the Opera Company of Boston in 1970, with score by Gunther Schuller. ISBN: B002WAITHM.

    First edition (first printing). Small snag to cover edge, thus a near fine copy; labeled folder and signed typescript page fine (page 28). A photocopied letter from Updike laid-in explains: "I talked Knopf into letting me make it a children's book in format like other opera plots...But when I settled to the task it appeared to me I should spare bookbuyer[s] and booksellers one more volume to deal with." Enclosed in publisher's slipcase with paper label stating edition details. [JSP01]

    Book ID: 191182
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  • The Man Who Murdered Goliath by Homes, Geoffrey [Daniel Mainwaring]
    Homes, Geoffrey [Daniel Mainwaring]
    The Man Who Murdered Goliath

    First Edition

    New York: William Morrow & Co, 1938. 274 pages. Daniel Mainwaring (1902-1977) writing as Homes wrote a series of mystery novels before going on to a career as Hollywood screenwriter for films including The Big Steal, This Woman is Dangerous (starring Joan Crawford) and the original version of Invasion of the Body Snatchers. ISBN: 281AIB1050609.

    First edition (first printing). A near fine copy in black cloth with yellow lettering. Edge wear along lower spine. Some tanning in gutters. In a dust jacket with light fading to the spine and some loss at the head not affecting text, tear to the flap fold and a 2-inch tear at top of front edge.

    Book ID: 267225
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  • Balada del arbol que fue rosa by Coscia, Jorge
    Coscia, Jorge
    Balada del arbol que fue rosa

    Holguin, Cuba: Casa Editora Cuadernos Papiro, 2015. 13-1/2 by 17 inches. 12 leaves printed letterpress on rectos (one-side) only. Several types of paper are used, including sheets made from recycled Communist party newspapers.

    Jose Emilio Leyva Azze illustrates Coscia's poems with linocuts, shaped newspaper collages, and hand-colored elements. The binding is done with cord punched through the leaves in a zig-zag patter.

    Published in an edition of 100 copies. ISBN: 9789597163527.

    Corners slightly bumped, else fine. With a "certificado de autenticacion" laid in. [webonly]

    Book ID: 223349
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  • Harlan, Robert D. editor.
    Bibliography of the Grabhorn Press 1957-1966 & Grabhorn-Hoyem 1966-1973. [With a check-list 1916-1956 and a Complete Specimen of Types].

    San Francisco: John Howell Books, 1977. ISBN: B000SVQIB6.

    Very Good

    Book ID: 49506
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  • Why I Live Where I Live by Elkin, Stanley
    Elkin, Stanley
    Why I Live Where I Live

    First Edition

    University City, MO: Contre Coup Press, 1983. 8 leaves (2 blank). An essay that first appeared in Esquire, published in an edition of just 30 copies. Undoubtedly Elkins toughest book, especially considering that 9 copies are recorded in libraries (WorldCat). ISBN: 281AIB1037164.

    First edition (first printing). A fine copy in wrappers (paperback). Signed by the printer on the colophon and while not called for, by Elkin on the title page. [JSP01]

    Book ID: 182819
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  • I've Found the Job Where I Fit Best. Find Your War Job in Industry - Agriculture - Business by Rapp, George
    Rapp, George
    I've Found the Job Where I Fit Best. Find Your War Job in Industry - Agriculture - Business

    Washington, DC: Office of War Information, 1943. 22-1/4 by 16 inches. OWI Poster no. 55. Poster depicting a woman in a headscarf and uniform operates a machine, perhaps a lathe. Despite the vast number of posters issued by government agencies during the Second World War, this is one of the few depicting women doing traditionally male jobs, like manufacturing. Not much has been written about the artist, but he produced many magazine and advertising illustrations. ISBN: 281AIB1017649.

    Small bit of loss to one corner, else a fine, bright example. Folded twice, for mailing, as issued. Laid down on a stiff, archival paper backing. [JSP02; JSP04]

    Book ID: 78833
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