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By Butler, Max

New York: Vantage Press, 1959. Clean and well bound text, with mild touch of aging; covers moderately edge-rubbed. DJ somewhat rubbed generally, with minor paper lost at corners, some toining and slight stains; but still presenting nicely in new, archival protective wrapper. Butler, a painter and professor in Fine Arts at Humboldt State College, served in Italy during WWII. In the poignant cover image a soldier discovers a flower amongst the rubble of war.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good-/Good. Octavo.


Letters to Nanette (Contemporary Literature Series)
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Letters to Nanette (Contemporary Literature Series)

By Biderman, Bob

San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.: Early Stages Press, 1982. Clean and well bound text, with slight, faint page edge stains. One spine crease, but still tight. Covers with moderate shelfwear, rubs, sunning to spine.. First Paperback Edition. Trade Paperback. Good+. Out of Print.


WINGS FOR AMERICA: America at Work series

By Dunn, Marshall and Lloyd N. Morrisett

Yonkers-on-Hudson, NY: World Book Company, 1943. Still well bound text, moderate shelfwear, with some darkening to spine. Former school textbook copy, with a couple of stamps. A student has neatly though somewhat heavily traced in pencil outline some of the airplanes in the illustrations, leaving denting to the pages there. Not too obtrusive; moderate perusal wear otherwise.. Edition Unstated. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket.


THE NAZI ERA 1919-1945: A Select Bibliography of Published Works from the Early Roots to 1980

By Kehr, Helen and Janet Langmaid editors

London: Mansell Publishing, 1982. Book itself shows minor, moderate wear; tightly bound with text clean. The DJ--though looking pretty good in new, lined archival jacket--has chips: a small one at upper edge of front panel, and another to the back, lower edge, where a good 2 inches of the entire panel are missing (the flap and spine are not affected, however); some edgewear as well.. First Edition. Full Cloth. Very Good+/Good-.