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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • The Bookman: A Story About Larry McMurtry's Other Day Job by Bonner, Stayton; introduction by Larry McMurtry
    Bonner, Stayton; introduction by Larry McMurtry
    The Bookman: A Story About Larry McMurtry's Other Day Job

    First Edition

    (Archer City, TX): Three Dog Press, 2006. Deluxe edition, one of 200 copies. 8 by 11-1/2 by 2-3/4-inch pine box containing items related to McMurtry's life as a bookseller beginning with his first bricks-and-mortar bookstore, Booked Up, in Washington D. C.

    Included in the box are 1) A signed copy of The Bookman in handsewn wrappers; 2) eight 4 by 6-inch glossy photos of McMurtry; 3) a facsimile copy of Washington D. C. Booked Up Permanent Want List; 4) Booked Up Archer City, TX business card; 5) Booked up Archer City, TX bumper sticker (folded once to fit in the box), and 6) Booked Up blue-and-white pig logo sticker. There is also a piece of burlap, used…

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    (Archer City, TX): Three Dog Press, 2006. Deluxe edition, one of 200 copies. 8 by 11-1/2 by 2-3/4-inch pine box containing items related to McMurtry's life as a bookseller beginning with his first bricks-and-mortar bookstore, Booked Up, in Washington D. C.

    Included in the box are 1) A signed copy of The Bookman in handsewn wrappers; 2) eight 4 by 6-inch glossy photos of McMurtry; 3) a facsimile copy of Washington D. C. Booked Up Permanent Want List; 4) Booked Up Archer City, TX business card; 5) Booked up Archer City, TX bumper sticker (folded once to fit in the box), and 6) Booked Up blue-and-white pig logo sticker. There is also a piece of burlap, used to fill the empty space in the box and a piece of string used to tie the items in a bundle. ISBN: B001GTI2QI.

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    First edition (first printing). Box opened and bellyband peeled up from box edges (the only way to open the package). The Bookman pamphlet signed by McMurty and Bonner.

    In addition to the regular contents of this collection, this copy includes a hand-corrected proof of "The Bookman" (the changes are in an unknown hand, but almost certainly not McMurtry's); a trade copy of The Bookman inscribed by Bonner; an extra bumpersticker; and a white-on-white Booked Up logo sticker, perhaps a trial item. A unique assemblage.

    Book ID: 230113
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  • The Bookman: A Story About Larry McMurtry's Other Day Job by Bonner, Stayton; introduction by Larry McMurtry
    Bonner, Stayton; introduction by Larry McMurtry
    The Bookman: A Story About Larry McMurtry's Other Day Job

    (Archer City, TX): Three Dog Press, 2006. Deluxe edition, one of 200 copies. 8 by 11-1/2 by 2-3/4-inch pine box containing items related to McMurtry's life as a bookseller beginning with his first bricks-and-mortar bookstore, Booked Up, in Washington D. C.

    Included in the box are 1) A signed copy of The Bookman in handsewn wrappers; 2) eight 4 by 6-inch glossy photos of McMurtry; 3) a facsimile copy of Washington D. C. Booked Up Permanent Want List; 4) Booked Up Archer City, TX business card; 5) Booked up Archer City, TX bumper sticker (folded once to fit in the box), and 6) Booked Up blue-and-white pig logo sticker. There is also a piece of burlap, used…

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    (Archer City, TX): Three Dog Press, 2006. Deluxe edition, one of 200 copies. 8 by 11-1/2 by 2-3/4-inch pine box containing items related to McMurtry's life as a bookseller beginning with his first bricks-and-mortar bookstore, Booked Up, in Washington D. C.

    Included in the box are 1) A signed copy of The Bookman in handsewn wrappers; 2) eight 4 by 6-inch glossy photos of McMurtry; 3) a facsimile copy of Washington D. C. Booked Up Permanent Want List; 4) Booked Up Archer City, TX business card; 5) Booked up Archer City, TX bumper sticker (folded once to fit in the box), and 6) Booked Up blue-and-white pig logo sticker. There is also a piece of burlap, used to fill the empty space in the box and a piece of string used to tie the items in a bundle. ISBN: B001GTI2QI.

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    First edition (first printing). Box and contents fine and UNOPENED. Photos are for reference only. Decorative bellyband with paper label and limitation number. Bookman signed by Bonner and McMurtry.

    Book ID: 208095
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  • The Bookman: A Story About Larry McMurtry's Other Day Job by Bonner, Stayton; introduction by Larry McMurtry
    Bonner, Stayton; introduction by Larry McMurtry
    The Bookman: A Story About Larry McMurtry's Other Day Job

    (Archer City, TX): Three Dog Press, 2006. Deluxe edition, one of 200 copies. 8 by 11-1/2 by 2-3/4-inch pine box containing items related to McMurtry's life as a bookseller beginning with his first bricks-and-mortar bookstore, Booked Up, in Washington D. C.

    Included in the box are 1) A signed copy of The Bookman in handsewn wrappers; 2) eight 4 by 6-inch glossy photos of McMurtry; 3) a facsimile copy of Washington D. C. Booked Up Permanent Want List; 4) Booked Up Archer City, TX business card; 5) Booked up Archer City, TX bumper sticker (folded once to fit in the box), and 6) Booked Up blue-and-white pig logo sticker. There is also a piece of burlap, used…

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    (Archer City, TX): Three Dog Press, 2006. Deluxe edition, one of 200 copies. 8 by 11-1/2 by 2-3/4-inch pine box containing items related to McMurtry's life as a bookseller beginning with his first bricks-and-mortar bookstore, Booked Up, in Washington D. C.

    Included in the box are 1) A signed copy of The Bookman in handsewn wrappers; 2) eight 4 by 6-inch glossy photos of McMurtry; 3) a facsimile copy of Washington D. C. Booked Up Permanent Want List; 4) Booked Up Archer City, TX business card; 5) Booked up Archer City, TX bumper sticker (folded once to fit in the box), and 6) Booked Up blue-and-white pig logo sticker. There is also a piece of burlap, used to fill the empty space in the box and a piece of string used to tie the items in a bundle. ISBN: B001GTI2QI.

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    First edition (first printing). Box and contents fine and UNOPENED. Photos are for reference only. Decorative bellyband with paper label and limitation number. Bookman signed by Bonner and McMurtry.

    Book ID: 208096
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  • The Bookman: A Story About Larry McMurtry's Other Day Job by Bonner, Stayton; introduction by Larry McMurtry
    Bonner, Stayton; introduction by Larry McMurtry
    The Bookman: A Story About Larry McMurtry's Other Day Job

    (Archer City, TX): Three Dog Press, 2006. Deluxe edition, one of 200 copies. 8 by 11-1/2 by 2-3/4-inch pine box containing items related to McMurtry's life as a bookseller beginning with his first bricks-and-mortar bookstore, Booked Up, in Washington D. C.

    Included in the box are 1) A signed copy of The Bookman in handsewn wrappers; 2) eight 4 by 6-inch glossy photos of McMurtry; 3) a facsimile copy of Washington D. C. Booked Up Permanent Want List; 4) Booked Up Archer City, TX business card; 5) Booked up Archer City, TX bumper sticker (folded once to fit in the box), and 6) Booked Up blue-and-white pig logo sticker. There is also a piece of burlap, used…

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    (Archer City, TX): Three Dog Press, 2006. Deluxe edition, one of 200 copies. 8 by 11-1/2 by 2-3/4-inch pine box containing items related to McMurtry's life as a bookseller beginning with his first bricks-and-mortar bookstore, Booked Up, in Washington D. C.

    Included in the box are 1) A signed copy of The Bookman in handsewn wrappers; 2) eight 4 by 6-inch glossy photos of McMurtry; 3) a facsimile copy of Washington D. C. Booked Up Permanent Want List; 4) Booked Up Archer City, TX business card; 5) Booked up Archer City, TX bumper sticker (folded once to fit in the box), and 6) Booked Up blue-and-white pig logo sticker. There is also a piece of burlap, used to fill the empty space in the box and a piece of string used to tie the items in a bundle. ISBN: B001GTI2QI.

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    First edition (first printing). Box and contents fine and UNOPENED. Photos are for reference only. Decorative bellyband with paper label and limitation number. Bookman signed by Bonner and McMurtry.

    Book ID: 208097
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  • The Bookman: A Story About Larry McMurtry's Other Day Job by Bonner, Stayton; introduction by Larry McMurtry
    Bonner, Stayton; introduction by Larry McMurtry
    The Bookman: A Story About Larry McMurtry's Other Day Job

    First Edition

    (Archer City, TX): Three Dog Press, 2006. Deluxe edition, one of 200 copies. 8 by 11-1/2 by 2-3/4-inch pine box containing items related to McMurtry's life as a bookseller beginning with his first bricks-and-mortar bookstore, Booked Up, in Washington D. C.

    Included in the box are 1) A signed copy of The Bookman in handsewn wrappers; 2) eight 4 by 6-inch glossy photos of McMurtry; 3) a facsimile copy of Washington D. C. Booked Up Permanent Want List; 4) Booked Up Archer City, TX business card; 5) Booked up Archer City, TX bumper sticker (folded once to fit in the box), and 6) Booked Up blue-and-white pig logo sticker. There is also a piece of burlap, used…

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    (Archer City, TX): Three Dog Press, 2006. Deluxe edition, one of 200 copies. 8 by 11-1/2 by 2-3/4-inch pine box containing items related to McMurtry's life as a bookseller beginning with his first bricks-and-mortar bookstore, Booked Up, in Washington D. C.

    Included in the box are 1) A signed copy of The Bookman in handsewn wrappers; 2) eight 4 by 6-inch glossy photos of McMurtry; 3) a facsimile copy of Washington D. C. Booked Up Permanent Want List; 4) Booked Up Archer City, TX business card; 5) Booked up Archer City, TX bumper sticker (folded once to fit in the box), and 6) Booked Up blue-and-white pig logo sticker. There is also a piece of burlap, used to fill the empty space in the box and a piece of string used to tie the items in a bundle. ISBN: B001GTI2QI.

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    First edition (first printing). Box and contents fine and UNOPENED. Photos are for reference only. Decorative bellyband with paper label and limitation number. Bookman signed by Bonner and McMurtry. [JSP02]

    Book ID: 208098
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  • John Henry Nash, Printer: Legend and Fact in the Development of a Fine Press Intimately Reviewed by FauntLeRoy, Joseph
    FauntLeRoy, Joseph
    John Henry Nash, Printer: Legend and Fact in the Development of a Fine Press Intimately Reviewed

    First Edition

    Oakland: Westgate Press, 1948. 69 pages. First edition. #127 of 235 numbered copies printed by Alfred and Lawton Kennedy, and Joseph FauntLeRoy, onDutch handmade paper specially watermarked with Nash's name. ISBN: B0006EAQPE.

    Inscribed by author on front free endpaper "Carl I. Wheat from his friend Joseph FauntLeroy." Linen and Japanese paper over boards, paper spine label, edges untrimmed. Two tipped-in photogravure portraits. Colored initial. First edition. Near fine copy.

    Book ID: 260692
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  • The Fowler Architectural Collection of the Johns Hopkins University: Catalogue by Fowler, Laurence Hall and Elizabeth Baer
    Fowler, Laurence Hall and Elizabeth Baer
    The Fowler Architectural Collection of the Johns Hopkins University: Catalogue

    First Edition

    San Francisco: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts, 1991. 383 pages. The catalogue "provides complete descriptive detail for the 448 works in the collection." - from the front flyleaf. Thirty black-and-white full-page plates. 11.25 x 8.5 inches. ISBN: 9781556601286.

    First edition (first printing). Near fine in a near fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 136642
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  • Catalogue of the John Carter Brown Library Volume I, Part II, 1570-1599. Bibliotheca Americana: Catalogue of the John Carter Brown Library in Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, Volume II, Part I, 1600-1634; Volume II, Part II, 1634-1658. (3 Volume Set) by Brown, John Carter
    Brown, John Carter
    Catalogue of the John Carter Brown Library Volume I, Part II, 1570-1599. Bibliotheca Americana: Catalogue of the John Carter Brown Library in Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, Volume II, Part I, 1600-1634; Volume II, Part II, 1634-1658. (3 Volume Set)

    First Edition

    Providence: Published by the Library, 1921. Volume I, pages 241-511; Volume II, Part I, pages 1-250; Volume II, Part II, pages 25-522. ISBN: 281AIB1048013.

    First edition (first printing). Near fine 3 volume set with matched bindings.Damaged glassine wrappers on Volume II, Part I and II. Pages uncut.

    Book ID: 262926
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  • Leaves of Tea: A Collaboration by Benjamin, Elaine; Dorothy Swendeman, et al.
    Benjamin, Elaine; Dorothy Swendeman, et al.
    Leaves of Tea: A Collaboration

    First Edition

    (N.-pl. but Eureka, CA): (n.p.), 1997. 15 leaves, plus hand-painted, endpapers handpainted with tea; colophon and title page screenprinted. Bound in Lupus paper embedded with mango leaves. Binding probably by Dorothy Swendeman, a Eureka book artist. A charming artist's book in which a dozen book artists contribute individual pages on the theme of tea. The artists are Gail Rossi (a collage), Dorothy Swendeman (a two-piece screenprint), Kay Carignan (calligraphy), Eris Wagner (laserprinted lift-the-flap illustration), Daryl Ngee Chinn (laserprinted poem), Peggy Marrs (handcolored print), Grace Battjes (collage), Karen Nutter (laserprinted play on words with the letters T E A), Elaine Benjamin (of Blue Chair Press, embossed tea-bag design, colored with tea); Val Hall (screenprint), Heather Lee Smith (screenprint), and Brenda Tuxford (pop-up). Issued in an edition of 50 copies. ISBN: 281AIB1036807.

    First edition (first printing). A fine copy in wrappers (paperback). Number 17 of 50 copies. Each work signed by the contributor except Nutter and Smith. No copies recorded on OCLC.

    Book ID: 179006
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  • Designing and Working with Gocco by LaPlantz, Shereen
    LaPlantz, Shereen
    Designing and Working with Gocco

    First Edition

    Bayside, Humboldt County, California: Press de LaPlantz, 1996. 36 pages, 16 original Gocco prints, 13 unnumbered leaves providing technical details for the prints, plus a four-color Gocco cover. In the 1980s and 1990s in Japan, Gocco was an extremely popular small, self-contained home screenprinting set. It acquired some cult status in the US, but never really caught on. LaPlantz, a tireless book-arts educator, fell in love with the technique and issued this guide to the process, illustrated with original Gocco prints. LaPlantz, who spent much of her working life in Humboldt County, in far Northwestern California, exhibited widely and was the subject of a posthumous solo exhibition at the University of Puget Sound library. This is a rather scarce…

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    Bayside, Humboldt County, California: Press de LaPlantz, 1996. 36 pages, 16 original Gocco prints, 13 unnumbered leaves providing technical details for the prints, plus a four-color Gocco cover. In the 1980s and 1990s in Japan, Gocco was an extremely popular small, self-contained home screenprinting set. It acquired some cult status in the US, but never really caught on. LaPlantz, a tireless book-arts educator, fell in love with the technique and issued this guide to the process, illustrated with original Gocco prints. LaPlantz, who spent much of her working life in Humboldt County, in far Northwestern California, exhibited widely and was the subject of a posthumous solo exhibition at the University of Puget Sound library. This is a rather scarce book, issued in a numbered open edition, but probably in no more than a couple of hundred copies. OCLC records three copies. ISBN: B00R57HS6K.

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    First edition (first printing). A near fine copy, stringbound using four colors of twine. This is copy 50, signed by the author.

    Book ID: 178999
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  • Mohammed and The Holy Qur'an by Enay, Narc-Edouard (editor)
    Enay, Narc-Edouard (editor)
    Mohammed and The Holy Qur'an

    First Edition

    Hamburg: Verlag im Orient-Antiquariat, 1995. 223 pages. Edition limited to 450 copies. Text in German, English, and Arabic. The first part of the book begins with a number of Mohammed biographies, followed by a collection of historic Koran editions, followed by studies of the Koran, and is completed with a number of important pieces of Islamic literature. ISBN: 9783000000942.

    First edition (first printing). Near fine in red cloth with gold decoration. No dust jacket. Few small spots on front cover.

    Book ID: 143571
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  • Portfolio by Crosby, Caresse (designer)
    Crosby, Caresse (designer)
    Portfolio

    First Edition

    Washington, D.C: Black Sun Press, 1945. Portfolio with cover leaf plus 26 additional loose leaves in comb-bound thick paper printed folder with ribbon ties. Limited to 1300 copies. Contributors include Kay Boyle, Henry Miller, Gwendolyn Brooks, Henry Moore, Karl Shapiro, Ruth Herschberger, Romare Bearden, Harry Crosby and many others. Four of the leaves are photographs, 7 are drawings, 10 are prose and 6 are poetry. 16.5 x 12.5 inches. ISBN: 281AIB1049512.

    First edition (first printing). Very good in red and black printed thick paper covers. Comb-binding with rear cover loose. Covers are soiled and spotted. Rear cover missing the 1/4 inch bound edge which has pulled away from the binding. Contents are very good plus.

    Book ID: 265287
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  • Catalogue of the Wymberley Jones De Renne Georgia Library by Clizbee, Azalea (compiler)
    Clizbee, Azalea (compiler)
    Catalogue of the Wymberley Jones De Renne Georgia Library

    Storrs-Mansfield, Connecticut: Maurizio Martino, (n.d.). Three volume reprint edition, limited to 150 copies, of privately printed 1931 catalogue. The books are an important catalogue of historical and literary material relating primarily to Georgia as a colony and as a state, listing over 6500 books, documents, maps, and manuscripts. ISBN: 9781888262735.

    Reprint edition. Fine copies in green cloth with gold lettering. Still in publisher's shrinkwrap.

    Book ID: 122409
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  • Crichton, Michael
    Jurassic Park [Voyager Expanded Book]

    Santa Monica, CA: Voyager Company, 1991. A single 3-1/2 inch computer disc in a folding paper cover. Voyager released the first commercially produced e-books in 1991, exclusively for Macintosh computers. The books, which displayed text on the computer monitor, offered search, the ability to add notes, and to highlight text. Jurrasic Park is one of the first three books launched simultaneously for MacWorld, which was held in San Francisco in January 1992. The company's explanation of the concept is printed on the back panel of the folder: "Just as computers have changed the way you write, they are beginning to transform the way you read. Electronic text is a dynamic medium that enables you to become a more active…

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    Santa Monica, CA: Voyager Company, 1991. A single 3-1/2 inch computer disc in a folding paper cover. Voyager released the first commercially produced e-books in 1991, exclusively for Macintosh computers. The books, which displayed text on the computer monitor, offered search, the ability to add notes, and to highlight text. Jurrasic Park is one of the first three books launched simultaneously for MacWorld, which was held in San Francisco in January 1992. The company's explanation of the concept is printed on the back panel of the folder: "Just as computers have changed the way you write, they are beginning to transform the way you read. Electronic text is a dynamic medium that enables you to become a more active reader." Voyager ultimately released about 60 books, which were the first shots fired in the e-book revolution. Rather scarce. ISBN: 9781559401845.

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    Near Fine

    Book ID: 147593
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  • Robert Duncan: A Descriptive Bibliography by (Duncan, Robert) Bertholf, Robert J. Preface by Robert Creeley
    (Duncan, Robert) Bertholf, Robert J. Preface by Robert Creeley
    Robert Duncan: A Descriptive Bibliography

    First Edition

    Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1986. 491 pages. An elaborate and comprehensive bibliography of a modern author. ISBN: 9780876856215.

    Signed by Duncan, Creeley and Bertholf. #6/176 special copies handbound by Earle Gray. First edition (first printing). Near fine in original acetate dust jacket. Mild edge wear to book.

    Book ID: 130462
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  • Robert Duncan: A Descriptive Bibliography by (Duncan, Robert) Bertholf, Robert J. Preface by Robert Creeley
    (Duncan, Robert) Bertholf, Robert J. Preface by Robert Creeley
    Robert Duncan: A Descriptive Bibliography

    First Edition

    Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1986. 491 pages. An elaborate and comprehensive bibliography of a modern author. ISBN: 9780876856215.

    Signed by Duncan, Creeley and Bertholf. #106/176 special copies handbound by Earle Gray. First edition (first printing). Near fine in original acetate dust jacket. Mild edge wear to book.

    Book ID: 132673
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  • Thomas Sterns Eliot: Poet, Critic and Dramatist. The Julius M. Cruse Collection by (Eliot, Thomas Sterns) White, Donna G. (compiler)
    (Eliot, Thomas Sterns) White, Donna G. (compiler)
    Thomas Sterns Eliot: Poet, Critic and Dramatist. The Julius M. Cruse Collection

    First Edition

    New York: St. Marks Library, The General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church, 2004. 357 pages. Cruse singles out Peter Howard as "the patron saint of book collectors" in the preface to the book. Scarce, with WorldCat recording 13 copies. ISBN: 281AIB1028970.

    First edition (first printing). Near fine. No dust jacket, probably as issued. Autograph letter from Cruse to Peter B. Howard, owner of Serendipity Books, Berkeley, California, laid in: "With genuine appreciation for all of your successful efforts related to the Eliot collection." Dated 28 Feb. 2004.

    Book ID: 132654
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