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Myself When Young (with an Essay on The Art of Henry Handel Richardson, By J.G. Robertson)

By Richardson, Henry Handel.

New York: Norton, 1948. Mild crimp to spine crown, light tanning to text, else near fine in good plus, bright and clean dust jacket, chipped and creased along top of front panel, affecting part of the author's first name, one inch tear to top of front flap at the fold.. First Edition. Hard Cover.

$15.00

Under the Mountain Wall (a Chronicle of Two Seasons in the Stone Age)
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Under the Mountain Wall (a Chronicle of Two Seasons in the Stone Age)

By Matthiessen, Peter

New York: Viking, 1962. Minimal wear, near fine, signed by the author on title page in very good, unclipped dust jacket, with light wear to spine ends, and a minimal amount to fold of front flap, thin scratch to front panel.. Signed by Author. First Edition, Second Issue. Hardcover.

$75.00

Lewis Carroll

By Hudson, Derek

London: Constable, 1954. Near fine very good plus, price clipped, lightly edgeworn dust jacket, with rub-spots to rear white panel.. First Edition. Hardcover.

$15.00

A Choice of Weapons

By Parks, Gordon

New York: Harper & Row, 1966. Minor foxing to top edges, very light wear to tips and spine ends, else tightly bound and near fine in lightly soiled, very good, or better dust jacket.. Hardcover.

$25.00

The Shadow in the Glass (a Novel Based on the Life of the First Governor of Wisconsin)

By Derleth, August

New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1963. Fine in crisp, lightly soiled, lightly rubbed, very good dust jacket.. First Edition (stated). Hardcover.

$20.00

Dangerous Corner

By Vlaminck, Maurice (Michael Ross, translator)

New Haven, CT: Abelard-Schuman, 1967. Review copy with slip laid-in. Fine in very good plus, slightly rubbed dust jacket. Illustrated.. 1st American Edition. Hard Cover.

$15.00

Wildlife in America
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Wildlife in America

By Matthiessen, Peter

New York: Viking, 1959. Dampstain to fore-edge of front cover, not affecting contents, page 241 detached at hinge, repaired with clear tape which has aged and fallen away, leaving brown glue stain and faintly image of erased numbers in margin of page 241, else a crisp, fresh, solid and clean, about near fine book, signed by the author on title page. Very good dust jacket is slightly edgeworn, with lightly soiled rear panel, SEP 22 1959 stamped on front flap. Illustrated by Bob Hines. Introduction by Richard H. Pough.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover.

$150.00

Tertium Organum (The Third Organ of Thought) A Key to the Enigmas of the World
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Tertium Organum (The Third Organ of Thought) A Key to the Enigmas of the World

By Ouspensky, P.D. (Translated from the Russian by Nicholas Bessaraboff and Claude Bragdon.)

Rochester, NY: Manas Press, 1920. Black cloth stamped in orange on front and spine. 8vo. 344pp. Fold out chart at rear. Cloth slightly rubbed, modest general wear, short, neatly scripted gift inscription on front flyleaf, light tanning and small stain to front endpapers. Book is square, contents bright, and would be a nearly fine copy, but for unprofessionally repaired hinges.. 1st American Edition. Hard Cover.

$85.00

Pedro de Valdivia: Conqueror of Chili
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Pedro de Valdivia: Conqueror of Chili

By Graham, R. B. Cunninghame

London: Heinemann, 1926. Red cloth, brightly stamped in gilt on spine. 8vo. 227pp. frontispiece, index, with fold-out map, at rear. Corners bumped, page edges foxed, else solid and near fine in about very good, slightly soiled and rubbed dust jacket, one small chip, one small tear.. First Edition. Hard Cover.

$25.00

Porsche 911 SC Service Manual. Coupe, Targa and Cabriolet: 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983

By Bentley Publishers

Bentley Publishers Fine and unread, still in shrink wrap.. paperback.

$100.00

The Long, Lonely Leap

By Kittinger, Captain Joseph W. Jr, USAF, with Martin Caidin

New York: Dutton, 1961. Color frontispiece, illustrated with photographs. Very minor wear to tips and spine ends, else fine in crisp and bright, lightly worn, unclipped, very good dust jacket, that would be near fine, but for one-inch creased tear to front panel.. First Edition (stated). Hard Cover.

$500.00

Mark Twain and the Backwoods Angel: The Matter of Innocence in the Works of Samuel L. Clemens

By Spengemann, William C

Ohio: Kent State University Press, 1966. Redish-brown cloth, stamped in gilt on spine, tall 8vo., 143+1pp, including Index and Notes. Fine, in near fine dust jacket, with tissue guard, as issued. Jacket suffers mild toning to rear panel, and very tiny piece missing mid-spine.. First Edition (stated). Hard Cover.

$25.00

Music of the Past (William Aspenwall Bradley, Translator)

By Landowska, Wanda

New York: Knopf, 1924. Frontispiece, and three additional photographs within text. Erratum slip, bound in at Illustration Page. Slight edge wear, spine dulled, as is gilt lettering on front cover, binding is square and solid, text clean; overall quite a nice copy, very good copy, no dust jacket.. First Edition. Hard Cover.

$20.00

The Diary of an Ad Man: The War Years, June 1, 1942 to December 31, 1943

By Young, James Webb

Chicago: Advertising Publications, 1944. Light-green linen covered boards, printed paper label on spine. 12mo. 256pp. Light rubbing to spine label, lightly sunned cloth, else solid and Near Fine; no dustwrapper. An historically important book, written by the former director of the giant advertising agency, J. Walter Thompson.. First Edition. Hard Cover. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$85.00

A Modern Plutarch: Being an Account of Some Great Lives in the Nineteenth Century, Together with Some Comparisons Between the Latin and the Anglo- Saxon Genius

By Cournos, John

London: Thornton Butterworth, 1928. Minimally worn and Near Fine in Near Fine, slightly rubbed dustwrapper, with tiny chip to spine crown. Fascinating biographical essays, pairing: Gauguin and Thoreau; Mark Twain and Antole France; Robert E. Lee and Simon Bolivar, others.352pp, including Bibliography.. First Edition. Hard Cover.

$25.00

James Joyce: His Way of Interpreting the Modern World
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James Joyce: His Way of Interpreting the Modern World

By Tindall, W. Y

New York: Scribner's, 1950. Black cloth, spine stamped in gilt. Octavo. 134pp. Index. Corner bump, else fine in near fine dustjacket, with one small chip. VIEW IMAGE - CLICK ICON AT LEFT.. First Edition. Hard Cover.

$10.00

Jam and Genius (Articles from Punch)

By Milne, Angela

London: Nicholas Vane, 1947. "First Cheap Edition." Binding minimally cocked, gift iinscription on front free endpaper, bright and Near Fine in very good, lightly used dust jacket, bright and clean with light tanning to spine. Illustrated by Fuzz.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Illus. by Fuzz.

$10.00

Antique Blue and White Spode
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Antique Blue and White Spode

By Williams, Sydney B

London: B. T. Batsford, 1945. Light blue cloth, stamped in white. Oversize 8vo. 242pp. Index. 123 illustrations. Bumped, else fine in near fine dust jacket. VIEW IMAGE - CLICK ICON left of title.. First Edition, Second Impression. Hard Cover.

$25.00

THE WILD FLAG (Editorials from The New Yorker on Federal World Government & Other Matters)

By White, E. B

Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1946. Very close to fine in very good, price clipped dust wrapper, lightly chipped at tips and spine ends, nicks to edges, lightly rubbed.. First Edition. Hard Cover.

$15.00

SHERWOOD ANDERSON: His Life and Work

By Schevill, James

Denver: University of Denver Press, 1951. Very close to fine in very good dust jacket, slightly tanned, and with barely noticeable one-inch tear--externally mended--on front panel. Frontispiece photo of Anderson by Imogen Cunningham.. First Edition. Hard Cover.

$17.50

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