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School-Community Relations (previously "Home, School, Community Relations")

By Yeager, William A. (Allison)

New York: Dryden Press, 1951. Better than Fair, but slightly less than Good. Revised Second Edition of the original "Home-School-Community Relations," expanded, with new added illustrations. Illustrated by Harvey B. Cushman, with new ones by Wesley Mills. Printed and bound by the Haddon Craftsmen, with design by Stanley Burnshaw and William Bayless. Ex-Library, but still sound otherwise; with usual university library ownership and discard marks, pocket and bar code sticker to endpaper; spine-area catalog label removed. General shelfwear and some aging otherwise, with fraying to covering cloth at corners and some to lower front edge and back edge of spine. Internally, text well bound, hinges secure and strong, else clean, with some age-toning to page paper. No dust jacket; in original printed green cloth with blue pictorial design and silver titles. From a professional bookseller, independent since 1996. All orders packaged with care.. First Printing Thus (Revised Second Ed.). Hard Cover. Ex-Library/No Jacket. Illus. by Harvey B. Cushman and Wesley Mills.. Octavo.


To Renew America

By Gingrich, Newt

Norwalk, CT: The Easton Press, 1995. This book is still in good, sound shape but with two big flaws that will deter the Easton perfectionist. The lower fore-corner of covers has abrasion down to the boards in a limited but obvious area, with mild associated bumping there to that corner. Two page leaves have crumpling and tears which have been repaired somewhat irregularly with clear tape; honestly, these look kind of like a puppy got to the book. Otherwise it ain't bad, it looks good on the shelf, and of course it's signed by Newt. SOLD AS IS. Leatherbound Limited and Signed First Edition, in the usual Easton style, silk endpapers and ribbon, gilt decorated covers and page edges.. Signed. Signed First Edition. HARDCOVER. As Is/No Jacket as published. Octavo.


The Kynoch Press Notebook 1953

By Kynoch Press

Birmingham, UK: Kynoch Press, 1953. Sound and clean text, well bound, unmarked, with mild wear only. Engravings by Mary Burrows, letterpress printing, red cloth spine and paper boards, the 75th anniversary of the Press. Notes on paper sizes, typefaces, and proof correction.. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Mary Burrows.


Modern Books and Writersn 1951: The Catalogue of an Exhibition at the National Book League

By National Book League

London: Cambridge University Press, 1951. In original wrap covers. Sound and clean text, well bound, unmarked, with mild wear only, a hint of aging.. Paperback. Very Good. Octavo.


Tree of Song (Unicorn Keepsake Series) [TREEOFSONG]

By Lorca, Federico Garcia; Alan Brilliant, trans.

Santa Barbara, CA: Unicorn Press, 1971. Clean text, plain paper (cream white) cover wraps show hints of foxing. Hand printed and set by Rudy Villanueva, and stitch-bound. Bilingual; with green block prints to front first two pages. In a protective folded tagboard folder.. Edition Unstated. Soft Cover, in Wraps. Very Good-. Octavo.


Directions for a Kitchin Garden: Every Month in the Year [Kitchen]

By Tyler, Gillian (engravings)

Barre, MA: Barre Publishers, 1970. Mysteriously bound in plain grey laid paper WRAPS only (not rebound or disbound), not in hardcover as was usual for the 1000 copies of this limited edition. Signed by the engraver, Gillian Tyler. Clean text, with mild wrinkle, mild general shelf wear. NOTE: the binding string at the spine fold of the pages is broken and is not fully holding the booklet tightly, just enough to hold it together--this could easily be restitched (it is done in three-hole side-saddle style stitching), but as it is it's a perfectly decent reading copy. . Signed. Limited Edition; Signed by Artist. Softcover. Good, As Is. Octavo.



By Buck, Bill

San Francisco: Greenwood Press, 1955. With Wallace Look & Jane Stern. Usual university lib. ownership and discard marks, pocket and bar code sticker to inner side of front cover, catalog label to upper front cover near spine. Rear cover has some tiny dents and holes that affect the last few mostly blank pages a little. Else clean and well bound text; with moderate general wear. In publisher's original red stiff paper binding with French flaps, quality laid paper.. Edition Unstated. Soft Cover. Ex-Library, else Good. Octavo.


The Brimming Cup, and Potsherds: Poems

By MacIntyre, Carlyle

Pasadena: Harry Ward Ritchie, 1930. Clean and well bound text, with minor aging; in original stitched string binding. Inscription to front endpage, "To DCW, now this (?--illegible) in return for two of his;" unknown if this is from the author or publisher, as it is not signed beneath. In original printed wrap covers which show some small chipping at edges, some small holes apparently due to insect nibbling to back wrapper at the spine area, some sunning to front resulting in a minor two-tone effect. . Limited Edition, One of 200 Copies. Soft Cover, Staplebound. Good. Illus. by Ward Ritchie, printer. Octavo.


Flow'r-of-the-Mist: An Epic

By Bronson, George Cathcart

Hollywood, CA: Wings Publishing Association, 1920. Clean and well bound, excellent text, signature folds still unopened at the fore-edges. Cover wraps show small tears and crimping, a few tiny chips at the edges.. Edition Unstated. Soft Cover. Good+.



By Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, Illustrated by Hill, Jeff

Mt. Vernon, NY: Peter Pauper Press This is the 86-page Jeff Hill illustrated edition. Clean and well bound, with very minor wear only. Basically Gd. slipcase moderately rubbed, with small areas of damage at tips of insertion end, though fundamentally sound, with nice frontal pastedown label quite mildly sunned.. Edition Unstated, Undated. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket, in Slipcase. Illus. by Jeff Hill. Octavo.


Poems by Goldsmith and Parnell

By Goldsmith, Oliver & Thomas Parnell

San Francisco, CA: Charles R. Wood & Associates "Reproduced by permission of the Huntington Library." Facsimile of a 1795 London issue, containing the lives of Goldsmith and Parnell, The Traveller, The Deserted Village and The Hermit. Fine press binding. This being #77 of only 250 copies thus issued; large format. Clean, well bound text; mild to moderate shelfwear to covers, with a little corner wear. Two prev. owner stamps to front endpaper, one of which is from the UC Berkeley library--no other lib.-type signs or marks, however. Publication of this edition is undated though the Amazon database claims it was done in 1956.. Limited Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good-/No Jacket. Quarto.


Catalogue of Some Five Hundred Examples of the Printing of Edwin and Robert Grabhorn, 1917 - 1960, Two Gentlemen from Indiana Now Resident in California (Offered For Sale at the Book Shop of David Magee)

By Magee, David; Edwin and Robert Grabhorn

San Francisco, CA: Grabhorn Press, 1961. Clean, well bound, excellent text. Original book, with covers, bound (sewn) in lib. card covers, with cloth spine and hinges. Book itself bears minor ownership stamps, blotted neatly, to upper and lower page edges, discard stamp to verso of title page. Inner side of front cover bears catalog and bar code stickers, outer catalog label has come free, with typed title label affixed to front. Covers bear mild shelfwear. This large format catalog of the near-omnium gatherum of the Press is itself printed by the Grabhorns. Includes 64 pages, plus a nice introductory essay on the history.. Edition Unstated. Soft Cover, in Card Covers. Ex-Library, else Very Good. Quarto.



By Sepet, Marius

Paris: Librairie de Victor Palme, 1870. Nicely bound in quarter green leather over marbled boards, raised bands, gilt titles, interestingly patterned endpapers; 136 pages. Clean and well bound, with mild affects of age only; coves moderately rubbed at edges. Prev. owner's tasteful bookplate to front endpaper; a lending lib. stamp to verso of title page, with a book number stamped in the margin of one page. A scan of any detail may be had by request. Text entirely in French.. Limited Edition, 1 of 100 copies. Hard Cover. Good+/No Jacket. Octavo.


THE FRIENDS SPEAK: Thoughts on Living

By Smith, Harold and Alma Smith ("received by")

Sacramento, CA: Har-ma Press, 1981. Clean and well bound, with only minor wear. This copy numbered 140 of 160 printed in this limited issue. This is a channeled work, received from The Friends.. Limited Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good+/No Jacket. Octavo.