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On the Edge: the Life and Climbs of Henry Barber
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On the Edge: the Life and Climbs of Henry Barber

By Chip Lee; with David Roberts and Kenneth Andrasko

Boston, Massachusetts: Appalachian Mountain Club, 1982. First edition. Original Wraps. Very Good/Without dust jacket. Octavo, 9 1/4" tall, xxvii + 291 pages with intertextual b&w illustration, blue boards. A very good, generally clean, sturdy hardcover edition with moderate shelf wear over all, but cover edges worn through to boards at fore-corner tips and spine edges; binding tight, paper white, but a previous owner's inscription on the front endpaper. Without dust jacket if issued

$8.50

The Greatest Team of All Time: as selected by Baseball'sImmortals, from Ty Cobb to Willie Mays

By Nicholas Acocella and Donald Dewey

Holbrook, MA: Bob Adams, 1994. First edition. Hardcover--quarter cloth. Near fine/near fine. 12mo, 6 1/2" square, xii + 180 pages with intertextual black and white illustration, green quarter-cloth. A near fine, clean, neat hard cover with light shelf wear but slight soiling to the top fore-edge ; binding tight, paper cream white.

$7.50

Touring Topics: a magazine for motorists: Vol. XVII (17), No. 10; October, 1925.Highway to Heaven--story; The Motor Dodo; Exploring Baja California's Mountains; White Caravans of the Blue Pacific; etc

By William M. Henry (editor); Isabelle Florence, Adison Johnson, Loyd Cooper, Arthur Millier, William Ullman, Ernest McGaffey, Hubert Howe Bancroft, Ernest Coloer, Don Ryan, et al with Ray Winters cover.

New York, New York: Automobile Club of Southern California, 1925. First printing. Original Wraps. Good + . A single original issue with original advertisements--color full page cover ads for Shell motor oil and gasline; Standard Oil Red Crown Gasoline, and Baldwin Shock Absorbers. Quarto, 11 1/2" tall, wire saddle stitch, 54 pages (black and white interior) + 8 page 'Rotagravure' section printed in green + stiff color cover. A good plus, original magazine overall with moderate edge wear, but stamp and address marking to the top of the cover and light soiling to the cover margins, with a subscriber's label on the front cover, wire saddle-stitches rusting and spine slightly roughed and a few scattered edge tears. The original newsprint paper used for the photogravure section has high acid content and is more yellowed. A terrific portrait of the time with ads and illustration and relatively scarce.

$25.00

Touring Topics: a magazine for motorists: Vol. XVII (17), No. 7; July, 1925. Bad Lies and Good--a golf story; Driving the first motor car into Yosemite; The evergreen playground of the Pacific Northwest; More Money for Southern California Roads; etc

By William M. Henry (editor); Harry E. MacPherson Franz Gerits, Karl Mattern, George Law et al with R.F. Hackman cover.

New York, New York: Automobile Club of Southern California, 1925. First printing. Original Wraps. Very good . A single original issue with original advertisements--color full page cover ads for Hoo Dye / Houdaille-Pacific; Standard Oil Zerolene, and Baldwin Shock Absorbers. Quarto, 11 1/2" tall, wire saddle stitch, 54 pages (black and white interior) + 8 page 'Rotagravure' section printed in purple + stiff color cover. A very good, original magazine overall with moderate edge wear, but slight soiling to the cover margins, and a subscriber's label on the back cover, wire saddle-stitches rusting and spine slightly roughed and a few scattered edge tears. The original newsprint paper used for the photogravure section has high acid content and is more yellowed. A terrific portrait of the time with ads and illustration and relatively scarce.

$35.00

Touring Topics: a magazine for motorists: Vol. XVII (17), No. 8; August, 1925. Primitive Hopies; Rattlesnakes; A motor jaunt through the Swiss Alps; How to buy and automobile; etc

By William M. Henry (editor); George Law, Foster Lloyd, Kenneth Chamberlain, Maroie Widmer, Harry Roberts, et al with Ray Winters cover.

New York, New York: Automobile Club of Southern California, 1925. First printing. Original Wraps. Good + . A single original issue with original advertisements--color full page cover ads for Shell motor oil and gasline; Standard Oil Red Crown Gasoline, and Baldwin Shock Absorbers. Quarto, 11 1/2" tall, wire saddle stitch, 54 pages (black and white interior) + 8 page 'Rotagravure' section printed in blue + stiff color cover. A good plus, original magazine overall with moderate edge wear, but a dampstain to the bottom fore-corner and light soiling to the cover margins, with a subscriber's label on the back cover, wire saddle-stitches rusting and spine slightly roughed and a few scattered edge tears. The original newsprint paper used for the photogravure section has high acid content and is more yellowed. A terrific portrait of the time with ads and illustration and relatively scarce.

$25.00

Touring Topics: a magazine for motorists: Vol. XVIII, No. 3; March 1926. New Sequoia Road; Timberline Battlefield; Trans-Sierra Highway; Hair O' the Dog---story; etc

By William M. Henry (editor); Henry W. Keller, W. L. Valentine, O. A Ward, Claude G. Kreider, George Law, Velva Darling, et al, with Raymond P. Winters cover.

New York, New York: Automobile Club of Southern California, 1926. First printing. Original Wraps. Very good. A single original issue with original advertisements--color full page cover ads for Baldwin Shock Absorbers; Standard Oil Red Crown Gasoline, and Shell Motor Oil. Quarto, 11 1/2" tall, wire saddle stitch, 62 pages (black and white interior) + 8 page 'Rotagravure' section printed in brown + stiff color cover. A very good, original magazine overall with moderate edge wear, but light soiling to the cover margins, and a subscriber's label on the cover; light yellowing to pages, but some minor finger staining to some fore-edge margins, wire saddle-stitches rusting and spine slightly roughed and a few scattered edge tears. The original newsprint paper used for the photogravure section has high acid content and is more yellowed. A terrific portrait of the time with ads and illustration and relatively scarce.

$35.00

Touring Topics: a magazine for motorists: Vol. XVII (17), No. 5; May, 1925. The Fabulous Kingdom of Cibola; Outfitting the Car for the Motoring Vacation; Are Midget Autos ComingBret Hart's California; Why People Buy Motor Cars In the Beginning; etc

By William M. Henry (editor); Phil Townsend Hanna / photos by Edward S. Curtis; Franz Gerits (prints), Ernest McGaffey, Robert S. Hall Martin Walsh, et al with Raymond P. Winters cover.

New York, New York: Automobile Club of Southern California, 1925. First printing. Original Wraps. Very good . A single original issue with original advertisements--color full page cover ads for Hoo Dye / Houdaille-Pacific; Standard Oil Red Crown Gasoline, and Baldwin Shock Absorbers. Quarto,11 1/2" tall, wire saddle stitch, 54 pages (black and white interior) + 8 page 'Rotagravure' section printed in green + stiff color cover. A very good, original magazine overall with moderate edge wear, but slight soiling to the cover margins, and a subscriber's label on the back cover, wire saddle-stitches rusting and spine slightly roughed and a few scattered edge tears. The original newsprint paper used for the photogravure section has high acid content and is more yellowed. A terrific portrait of the time with ads and illustration and relatively scarce.

$40.00

Touring Topics: a magazine for motorists: Vol. XVII (17), No. 1; January, 1925. Little Journeys to Southern California Snowfields; Petrified Forest; The Car of the Future circa 2024; etc

By William M. Henry (editor); C.H. Vivian Claude Kreiger, Fred Archer, Minor M. Farleigh et al with Lee C. Jennings cover.

New York, New York: Automobile Club of Southern California, 1925. First printing. Original Wraps. Good +. A single original issue with original advertisements--color full page cover ads for Hoo Dye / Houdaille-Pacific; Standard Oil Zeroline, and Baldwin Shock Absorbers. Quarto, 11 1/2" tall, wire saddle stitch, 54 pages (black and white interior) + 8 page 'Rotagravure' section printed in brown + stiff color cover. A good plus, original magazine overall with moderate edge wear, BUT dampstaining to pages from the back side visible to the lower portion of the last 12 pages; light soiling to the cover margins, and a subscriber's label on the cover ; light yellowing to pages, but some minor finger staining to some fore-edge margins, wire saddle-stitches rusting and spine slightly roughed and a few scattered edge tears. The original newsprint paper used for the photogravure section has high acid content and is more yellowed. A terrific portrait of the time with ads and illustration and relatively scarce.

$25.00

Touring Topics: a magazine for motorists: Vol. XVIII, No. 11; November 1926. Toting Tourists in the High Sierra--2; Afoot through the Superstition Mountains; Grand Larceny---story; etc

By William M. Henry (editor); Jose Rodriguez, Phillip Johnston, Ross Miller, George Momyer, Orie Oliver Robertson, Don Ryan, et al, with Raymond P. Winters cover.

New York, New York: Automobile Club of Southern California, 1926. First printing. Original Wraps. Very good. A single original issue with original advertisements--color full page cover ads for Winter Calpet Gasoline; Standard Oil Red Crown Gasoline, and Shell Motor Oil. Quarto, 11 1/2" tall, wire saddle stitch, 50 pages (black and white interior) + 8 page 'Rotagravure' section printed in green + stiff color cover. A very good, original magazine overall with moderate edge wear, but light soiling to the cover margins, and a subscriber's label on the cover; light yellowing to pages, but some minor finger staining to some fore-edge margins, wire saddle-stitches rusting and spine slightly roughed and a few scattered edge tears. The original newsprint paper used for the photogravure section has high acid content and is more yellowed. A terrific portrait of the time with ads and illustration and relatively scarce.

$35.00

Touring Topics: a magazine for motorists: Vol. XVII (17), No. 2; February, 1925. In the Canyon of Red Rocks; The Motorists Nemesis ; Lower Californias Game Paradise; Then and Now--story; The Evils of the Gasoline Tax; etc

By William M. Henry (editor); Fred Archer, Martin Justice, Minor M. Farleigh, Ceph B. Salisbury et al with Lee C. Jennings cover

New York, New York: Automobile Club of Southern California, 1925. First printing. Original Wraps. Very good -. A single original issue with original advertisements--color full page cover ads for Hoo Dye / Houdaille-Pacific; Standard Oil Red Crown Gasoline, and Baldwin Shock Absorbers. Quarto, 11 1/2" tall, wire saddle stitch, 54 pages (black and white interior) + 8 page 'Rotagravure' section printed in blue + stiff color cover. A very good minus, original magazine overall with moderate edge wear, but slight soiling to the cover margins, and a subscriber's label on the cover ; light yellowing to pages, wire saddle-stitches rusting and spine slightly roughed and a few scattered edge tears. The original newsprint paper used for the photogravure section has high acid content and is more yellowed. A terrific portrait of the time with ads and illustration and relatively scarce.

$25.00

Touring Topics: a magazine for motorists: Vol. XVII (17), No. 4; April, 1925. Touring the Pacific by AIr; Amateur Photographer's Holiday; Mullet Island; Aunt Julie Stays Home; etc

By William M. Henry (editor); Mrs. Corliss C. Moseley, Franz Geritz, Margaret Romer, Isabelle M. Horn, Ceph B. Salisbury, G. K. Spencer, et al with R.F. Heckman cover

New York, New York: Automobile Club of Southern California, 1925. First printing. Original Wraps. Very good . A single original issue with original advertisements--color full page cover ads for Hoo Dye / Houdaille-Pacific; Standard Oil Red Crown Gasoline, and Baldwin Shock Absorbers. Quarto, 11 1/2" tall, wire saddle stitch, 54 pages (black and white interior) + 8 page 'Rotagravure' section printed in blue + stiff color cover. A very good, original magazine overall with moderate edge wear, but slight soiling to the cover margins, and a subscriber's label on the cover, wire saddle-stitches rusting and spine slightly roughed and a few scattered edge tears. The original newsprint paper used for the photogravure section has high acid content and is more yellowed. A terrific portrait of the time with ads and illustration and relatively scarce.

$35.00

Touring Topics: a magazine for motorists: Vol. XIX (19), No. 9; September, 1927. America's Great Natural Chemical Crucible; Black Angels; Kit Carson in California; Where Reigned the Utes; Along the Western Colorado Skyline; etc

By William M. Henry (editor); Philip Johnston, Martin Walsh; Paul Jordan-Smith; Chauncey H. Vivian; Phil Townsend Hanna, et al, with Raymond P. Winters cover.

New York, New York: Automobile Club of Southern California, 1927. First printing. Original Wraps. Good +. A single original issue with original advertisements--color full page cover ads for Associated Gasoline; Standard Oil Zerolene, and Shell Motor Oil. Quarto, 11 1/2" tall, wire saddle stitch, 50 pages (black and white interior) + 8 page 'Rotagravure' section printed in green + stiff color cover. A good plus, original magazine overall with moderate edge wear, but moderate soiling to the cover, primarily at the margins and pencil writing marring the illustration as well as a long scuff likely caused by tape removal, and a subscriber's label on the cover; moderate yellowing to pages, but some minor finger staining to some fore-edge margins, wire saddle-stitches rusting and spine slightly roughed and a few scattered edge tears. The original newsprint paper used for the photogravure section has high acid content and is more yellowed. A terrific portrait of the time with ads and illustration and relatively scarce.

$19.00

Touring Topics: a magazine for motorists: Vol. XVIII, No. 4; April 1926. New Sequoia Road; Timberline Battlefield; Trans-Sierra Highway; Hair O' the Dog---story; etc

By William M. Henry (editor); Harry E. MacPherson, John R. White, Chauncy H. Vivian, J. Allen Douglas, Floyd Byrnes, et al, with Raymond P. Winters cover.

New York, New York: Automobile Club of Southern California, 1926. First printing. Original Wraps. Very good. A single original issue with original advertisements--color full page cover ads for Hood Tires; Standard Oil Zerolene, and Shell Motor Oil. Quarto, 11 1/2" tall, wire saddle stitch, 58 pages (black and white interior) + 8 page 'Rotagravure' section printed in green + stiff color cover. A very good, original magazine overall with moderate edge wear, but light soiling to the cover margins, and a subscriber's label on the cover; light yellowing to pages, but some minor finger staining to some fore-edge margins, wire saddle-stitches rusting and spine slightly roughed and a few scattered edge tears. The original newsprint paper used for the photogravure section has high acid content and is more yellowed. A terrific portrait of the time with ads and illustration and relatively scarce.

$35.00

Touring Topics: a magazine for motorists: Vol. XVIII, No. 6; June, 1926. The Lost City of Nevada--Pueblo Grande; Festina Lente--a short story; The Sierran Home of Bret Harte; California Wildflowers; etc

By William M. Henry (editor); Phil Townsend, Alfred I. Tooke, George King, William Ullman, Ken Chamberlain, Loyd Cooper (photograhs)et al with Raymond P. Winters cover.

New York, New York: Automobile Club of Southern California, 1926. First printing. Original Wraps. Very good-. A single original issue with original advertisements--color full page cover ads for Standard Oil Zerolene, Shell Motor Oil, and Balwin Shock Absorbers . Quarto, 11 1/2" tall, wire saddle stitch, 66 pages (black and white interior) + 8 page 'Rotagravure' section printed in blue + stiff color cover. A very good minus, original magazine overall with moderate edge wear, but light foxing to the cover margins, and a subscriber's label on the cover; light yellowing to pages, but some minor finger staining to some fore-edge margins, wire saddle-stitches rusting and spine slightly roughed and a few scattered edge tears. The original newsprint paper used for the photogravure section has high acid content and is more yellowed. A terrific portrait of the time with ads and illustration and relatively scarce.

$35.00

Touring Topics: a magazine for motorists: Vol. XVIII, No. 7; July, 1926. Yosemite Re-born; Surrender--a short story; Klamath Bridge; Beating Traffic Congestion; California Wildflowers; etc

By William M. Henry (editor); Phil Townsend Hanna, Jose Rodriguez, William Ullman, W.N. Harris, et al with Raymond P. Winters cover.

New York, New York: Automobile Club of Southern California, 1926. First printing. Original Wraps. Very good-. A single original issue with original advertisements--color full page cover ads for Standard Oil Red Crown Gasoline, Shell Motor Oil, and Balwin Shock Absorbers. Quarto, 11 1/2" tall, wire saddle stitch, 62 pages (black and white interior) + 8 page 'Rotagravure' section printed in blue + stiff color cover. A very good minus, original magazine overall with moderate edge wear, but light foxing to the cover margins, and a subscriber's label on the cover; light yellowing to pages, but some minor finger staining to some fore-edge margins, wire saddle-stitches rusting and spine slightly roughed and a few scattered edge tears. The original newsprint paper used for the photogravure section has high acid content and is more yellowed. A terrific portrait of the time with ads and illustration and relatively scarce.

$35.00

Touring Topics: a magazine for motorists: Vol. XVIII, No. 5; May, 1926. Circling the Western Wonderland; The Penalty of Pep; Style Trends for the Woman who Motors; California Wildflowers; etc

By William M. Henry (editor); Phil Townsend, Alfred I. Tooke, George King, William Ullman, Ken Chamberlain, Loyd Cooper (photograhs)et al with Raymond P. Winters cover.

New York, New York: Automobile Club of Southern California, 1926. First printing. Original Wraps. Very good -. A single original issue with original advertisements--color full page cover ads for Hood Tires; Standard Oil Red Crown Gasoline, and Shell Motor Oil. Quarto, 11 1/2" tall, wire saddle stitch, 62 pages (black and white interior) + 8 page 'Rotagravure' section printed in maroon + stiff color cover. A very good minus, original magazine overall with moderate edge wear, but light soiling to the cover margins, and a subscriber's label on the cover as well as on corner, about 1 1/2" torn away with no image loss; light yellowing to pages, but some minor finger staining to some fore-edge margins, wire saddle-stitches rusting and spine slightly roughed and a few scattered edge tears. The original newsprint paper used for the photogravure section has high acid content and is more yellowed. A terrific portrait of the time with ads and illustration and relatively scarce.

$35.00

Death In The Afternoon.

By Ernest Hemingway,

New York, New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1952. Reprint. Hardcover--cloth. Good. A good reading copy only. Originally published in 1932. Octavo, 9 1/4" tall, 515 pages with intertextual black and white photographic plates, black cloth. A good, sturdy hard cover reading copy in the original format, with general shelf wear and rubbing, spine edges frayed, fore-corners through to boards; hinges and binding sturdy, paper just slightly yellowed. Lacking dust jacket.

$9.50

Riding (The Aldin Series)

By Lady Hunloke, O.B.E. & Cecil Aldin

London, England: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1934. Later edition. Hardcover--cloth. Very good/good. Octavo, 7 1/2" tall, 125 pages with intertextual illustration + fold out diagram, red cloth. A very good, clean, neat, hardcover edition with minor shelfwear and color fading to cloth edges, light foxing to fore-edges, hinges and binding tight, pages lightly yellowed with a small dampstain to the top fore-edge margin (not affecting text). In a good, edge worn dust jacket with slight chipping at the corners and several small closed tears at extremities.

$9.50

Just Fishing

By Ray Bergman; illustrated by Fred Everett; Dr. Edgar Burke (fly plates)

New York, New York: Penn Publishing, 1941. Early Printing. Hardcover--cloth. Good/Without Dustjacket. Signed by the author, Bergman, on the half-title page. Originally published in 1932. Octavo, 9" tall, 418 pages, brick-red cloth. A good copy only, with moderate shelf wear, BUT dampstained cover cloth lightly soiled and faded; hinges and binding solid, paper generally clean, lightly yellowed, but endpapers stained and a previous owner's inscription on the front endpaper. Without dust jacket.

$9.50

Slider
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Slider

By Patrick Robinson

New York, New York: Harper Collins (Harpercollins), 2002. First printing. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. Octavo, 9 1/2" tall, 404 pages, red and white boards. A fine, clean, neat hard cover first edition with little shelf wear; hinges and binding tight, paper white. In a fine dust jacket with price clipped.

$7.50

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