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Afternoon in Spain

By Simont, Marc

New York: William Morrow & Co., 1965. First edition. Hardcover. Fine in Very Good DJ; small repaired tears at top of dj; price clipped; all else-clean, tight, & attractive; dj protected by new Mylar wrap.. Marc Simont. Sm 4 to; yellow boards with red line drawing of a torero in bottom right corner; darker red linen spine strip; silver spine lettering; black endpapers; unpaged; both color & b/w illust. throughout; brightly illust. dj. "...colorful drawings and ...authoritative tet present ....ecitement and action of the bullfight and humor to which any such man-made pageant is vulnerable."


A Zuni Artist Looks at Frank Hamilton Cushing

By Hughte, Phil

Zuni, NM: Pueblo of Zuni Arts & Crafts, 1994. First edition. Trade Paperback. Near Fine in Wraps; clean, thight, & attractive.. Phil Hughte. 8 1/2 x 11 1/2 rectangular trade paper; 125 pp; Captions by Phil Hughte, Discourse by Jim Ostler, Foreword by Triloki Nath Pandey, Commentary by Krisztina Kosse. In 1879, Frank Hamilton Cushing, a young ethnologist arrived at the Pueblo of Zuni to study its people and traditions. He became an initiated member of the community, and his writings gave Zuni a prominence it never sought. This book turns the tables on Cushing and tells the story form the Zuni perspective.


Stories Done

By Gilmore, Mikal

New York: Free Press, 2008. Hardcover. Fine in Fine DJ; clean, tight, & attractive; dj protected by new Mylar wrap.. 8 vo; ivory boards with black spine strip; gilt spine lettering; 390 pp; dj illust. with portraits of icons of the 60's & 70's. Includes essays on Ginsberg, Leary, Grateful Dead, George Harrison, John Lennon, Johnny Cash, Hunter Thompson, et al.


Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan First Series

By Hearn, Lafcadio

London: Jonathan Cape, 1927. Hardcover. Very Good - no dj; slight rubbing at spine ends & corners; p.o's name & date on flyleaf; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. 16 mo; dark blue boards; gilt spine lettering & Traveller's Library logo; 320 pp; + a list of 53 other titles & order form.


Jan Ken Po

By Ogawa, Dennis M.

Honolulu: Japanese American Research Center, 1973. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good in Good + DJ; dj has moderate chipping; all else-clean, tight, & attractive; dj protected by new Mylar wrap.. 8 vo; green cloth boards with gilt front board & spine lettering; 181 pp; b/w photographs throughout; color photograph on front dj & b/w photograph of children of Hawaii on back of dj. Inscribed by the author on front endpaper. Foreword by Senator Daniel K. Inouye; author discusses the Japanese American in terms of historical experience in Hawaii.


Children of Ol' Man River

By Bryant, Billy (Martin Ridge, ed.)

Chicago: R. R. Donnelley & Sons, 1988 (1940's?). Lakeside reprint. Hardcover. As New - no dj as issued; clean, tight, & attractive; as unread.. 16 mo; black cloth boards with publisher's logo in gilt on front board; gilt spine lettering; 360 pp; includes: prologue, author's introduction, epilogue, index, b/w photographs & illust. throughout, and List of Lakeside Classics. Recollections of a family who lived their lives as showboat entertainers on American rivers.


Revolutionary Days

By Cantacuzene, Princess Julia, Countess Speransky, nee Grant; (Terence Emmons, ed.)

Chicago: R. R. Donnelley & Sons, 1999 (1921?). Lakeside reprint. Hardcover. As New - no dj as issued; clean, tight, & attractive; as unread.. 16 mo; black cloth boards with publisher's logo in gilt on front board; gilt spine lettering; 449 pp; includes: b/w photographs & illust. throughout; historical introduction, index, and List of Lakeside classics. Memoirs of Julia (Grant), daughter of Ulysses S. Grant, and her life in Russia after her marriage to a Russian Count.


Gems of American Architecture

By Greer, William Royal

St. Paul, Mn: Brown & Bigelow, 1935. Staplebound. Very Good in Wraps; light rust stains at staple sites; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. Charles E. Calder (embellishments). 32 mo; stapled wraps; unpaged; b/w photographs throughout. Interesting catalogue parody of outhouses for sale; humorous discriptions; fake pricing and item names. It really is funny because all the photographs are of real outhouses.


Eneas Africanus

By Edwards, Harry STillwell

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1940. Hardcover. Near Fine in Very Good DJ; sm pieces chipped & absent from dj top; all else-clean, tight, & attractive; dj protected by new Mylar wrap.. Ernest Towsend. 8 vo; bright green boards with black lettering & small illust. on front board; map of Eneas's travels illust. on endpapers; 38 pp; b/w illust. throughout; illust. dj. scarce title and fine condition.


Mr. Dooley and the Chicago Irish: An Anthology

By Fanning, Charles (ed.)

Arno Press, 1976. First edition. Hardcover. As New - no dj; clean, tight, & attractive.. 8 vo; light blue cloth boards with black lettering on front board & spine; 477 pp; + 2 pp of other titles in this series; includes introduction ix-xxi. One volume of "The Irish-Americans" edited by Lawrence J. McCaffrey. includes chapeters on Ireland, Emigration, Early Bridgeport, Daily Life in Bridgeport in the nineties, Chicago poitics, etc.


Waheenee, An Indian Girl's Story

By Waheenee (told to Gilbert L. Wilson)

St. Paul, Minn: Webb Publishing, 1921. Reprint. Trade Paperback. Near Fine in Wraps. Frederick N. Wilson. glued illust. wraps; 188 pp; includes: Editor's Preface by James E. Sperry, selected bibliography, foreword by author, glossary of Indian Words. Special supplement includes: How to Make an Indian Camp, Indian Cooking, etc.


My North Dakota Prairie Childhood

By Brauer, Rose Marie Leininger Oetting

St. Louis, Mo: Gregory Publishers, 1990. Later printing. Trade Paperback. Very Good. trade pb; 138 pps.; b/w photographs throughout. inscribed by the author.


Indian Why Stories

By Linderman, Frank B.

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1926. Hardcover. Good - no dj; p.o.'s name in pencil inside front board; some pg. turning smudges; text & illust. are very good. . Charles M. Russell. 12 mo; green library binding; gilt stamped lettering on spine; 236 pgs.; 6 full page color illust. by Russell + b/w illust. throughout.


Choctaw Little Folk

By Martin, Novella Goodman

San Antonio, TX: Naylor Co., 1970. Hardcover. Very Good in Good DJ; dj has toning on spine & moderate chipping at top; repaired split at spine of dj; all else-clean, tight, & attractive; dj protected by new Mylar wrap.. Jackie Letzerich. 8 vo; red boards with black illust. of raven; black spine lettering; 82 pgs.; b/w illust. throughout.; illust. dj.


Florida as Lived by a Native

By Hudson, E. Frankie

New York: Vantage, 1991. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good in Very Good DJ; clean, tight, & attractive; dj protected by new Mylar wrap.. 12 mo; black boards with white spine lettering; 72 pgs.; b/w photographs throughout; faux marbleized dj. signed by the author on the front fly leaf.


Yours Till Niagara Falls

By Morrison, Lillian

New York: Scholastic, 1959. 7th printing. Trade Paperback. Very Good; wraps are slightly faded; pages are lightly toned; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. Marjorie Bauernschmidt. paperback; 32 mo; rectangular shape; illust. wraps; 96 pgs.; b/w illust. throughout.


Women Can Be Engineers

By Goff, Alice C.

Youngstown, OH: self published, 1946. First edition thus. Hardcover. Very Good - no dj; ex-lib with usual markings & expected imperfections; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. 8 vo; green boards with gilt lettering; 227 pgs. biographical essays on pioneering women engineers.



By Ellis, Edward S.

New York: McLoughlin Brothers, 1914. Hardcover. Very Good - no dj; moderate rubbing & soiling to boards; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.; text & illust. are in fine condition.. E.B. Comstock. 8 vo; teal boards with gilt lettering & color illust. & decoration in American Indian motif; 138 pgs.; chromlithographic frontispiece; b/w illust. with several tinted illust. throughout.


Neurotica , The Machine

By Landesman, Jay Irving (ed)

New York: Neurotica Publishing Co., 1951. Original Wraps. good; wraps faded and edge worn; text is very good.. 8 vo; blue wraps, stapled, with silver graphic illust. and lettering; 80 pgs.; includes index for vol. 1-8 (1948-1951) of journal's content. includes articles by Marshall McLuhan, Jacques Schnier, & Carl Goy. Important but short lived journal of the Beat generation


Adella Mary in Old New Mexico

By Means, Florence Crannell

BOSTON: HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN CO., 1939. Hard cover. Very good. No dust jacket. ex-lib (school) with usual markings & expected imperfections; moderate soiling to boards; ALL ELSE-CLEAN, TIGHT, & ATTRACTIVE.. Herbert Morton Stoops. 8 vo; tan cloth boards with red lettering & illust.; 227 pgs.; b/w illust. throughout.


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