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HARLEM 1900-1929; Spiritual Home of Black America
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HARLEM 1900-1929; Spiritual Home of Black America

by Haskins, Jim and Broecker, Louise

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New York: Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, The New York Public Library, 1974. First Edition. Pictorial boards. Near fine. Scarce exhibit portfolio titled HARLEM 1900-1929: Spiritual Home of Black America published by the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.. Folio, [4pp], [50 plates]. Loose illustrated plates with four-page introductory leaflet and title cover. Complete with fifty plates, all near fine examples. Faint sunning to edge of title sheet, else fine. Held in matching slipcase, with some wear to edges and faint soiling to panels. In 1925, the Division of Negro Literature, History and Prints opened as a special collection of the 135th Street Branch of the New York Public Library to provide new materials to the changing community. One year later, the personal collection of Arturo Alfonso Schomburg was added to the Division. Schomburg's collection included over 5,000 books; 3,000 manuscripts; 2,000 etchings and paintings; and several thousand pamphlets. While the… Read More
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A Half Century of Naval Service
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A Half Century of Naval Service

by Schroeder, Seaton

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New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1922. First Edition. Cloth. Near fine/very good. First edition of A Half Century of Naval Service by Seaton Schroeder.. Octavo, ix, [3], 443pp [1]. Publisher's gilt decorated blue cloth with dust jacket. (Moebs 163). A biography of fifty years of naval service. Schroeder served with Commodore John Rodgers on the 1871 Korean expedition, commanded the battleship Virginia, and later Louisiana during the world cruise of the Great White Fleet. He commanded the Atlantic Fleet from 1906 until his retirement in 1911.
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The Hamlet
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The Hamlet

by Faulkner, William

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New York: Random House, 1940. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/near fine. Signed limited edition of The Hamlet, the first book in the Snopes Trilogy, by William Faulkner.. Octavo, [10], 421pp. Light green patterned board, green cloth spine with title stamped in gilt. Top edge gilt. Slight lean to text block, faint toning to front endpapers, a near fine example. Publisher's original acetate jacket, chipping on back panel, very good. Signed by the author on tipped-in limitation page, number 51 of 250 copies. William Faulkner (1897-1962) was a two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning author, recognized for A Fable in 1955 and The Reivers in 1963. The Sound and the Fury, As I Lay Dying, and Light in August were recognized by The Modern Library on their 1998 list of 100 Best English-language Novels of the 20th Century. Faulkner primarily set his stories in the American South, many of which took place in the fictional Yoknapatawpha County.
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A Handful of Dust
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A Handful of Dust

by Waugh, Evelyn

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New York: Little, Brown and Company, 1934. Early Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/very good. First New Classics edition of A Handful of Dust by Evelyn Waugh.. Octavo, 308pp. Tan hardcover, title stamped in red on spine. Stated "A Handful of Dust was first published in the New Classics Series in 1945" on copyright page. Slight lean to text block, faint wear to edges of spine and front cover. Some previous ownership notations in pen throughout. In the publisher's dust jacket, price-clipped, some chipping to corners and edges, notably the spine. Sunned spine, a few stains from previous tape repairs. A very good copy of a classic satirical novel. Evelyn Waugh (1903-1966) was a renowned English novelist known for his distinctive satirical style. Educated at Oxford, Waugh gained early recognition with his debut novel, "Decline and Fall" (1928), and went on to produce a series of critically acclaimed works, including this, "A Handful of Dust" (1934), and "Brideshead Revisited" (1945).
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The Handmaid's Tale
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The Handmaid's Tale

by Atwood, Margaret

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Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1986. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. Fine/fine. First edition, first printing of The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood.. Octavo, 311pp. Gray boards, green cloth spine, title in silver over cloth. First edition, first printing, with full number line on copyright page, beginning with "1." Solid text block, free of markings or notable wear. In the publisher's first state dust jacket, fine condition, with $16.95 price on front flap, a beautiful example.
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Handwritten Letter: President William J. Clinton to Walter Kaye, family friend of Monica Lewinsky
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Handwritten Letter: President William J. Clinton to Walter Kaye, family friend of Monica Lewinsky

by Clinton, Bill [Lewinsky Association]

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Washington DC: White House Letterhead, 1995. Signed Letter. Paper. Fine. A personal note from President William J. Clinton to Walter Kaye, a retired insurance executive and close friend of Hillary Clinton. Mr. Kaye advised the Clintons on their personal insurance liability as it related to the Paula Jones sexual harassment suit. At the same time, Mr. Kaye recommended Monica Lewinsky for a White House internship, through his relationship with her mother, Marcia Lewis. The document is framed. The note is written on White House stationery and dated June 12, 1995, one month before Monica Lewinsky began her White House internship. The signed letter offers birthday wishes to Walter Kaye, with a personalized note below, thanking him "for being such a good friend." Even through all the turmoil of the Monica Lewinsky affair and subsequent impeachment, President Clinton remained close with Mr. Kaye after his presidency.
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Handwritten Letter from Ronald Reagan
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Handwritten Letter from Ronald Reagan

by Reagan, Ronald

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[Los Angeles]: Office of Ronald Reagan, 1962. Handwritten Letter. Paper. Fine. Handwritten letter from Ronald Reagan on personal letterhead.. Framed with museum plexi-glass, white matte, includes a presidential portrait of Ronald Reagan. This letter is not dated, but similar letters to "Mr. Daniels" were handwritten in the early 1960's. The letter states: "Dear Mr. Daniels, Enclosed is a different picture - the biog is ok except I was a "sports announcer" not writer. Galley proofs will not be needed but I'll appreciate a few copies for my own use. The govt. research figures on page 16 in my hand are correct as you have deciphered them. I'm sorry I don't have any material which might illustrate the article. Best Regards, Ronald Reagan." Previously sold by the Kenneth W. Rendell Gallery of New York.
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Handwritten letter from Charles Guiteau to his defense attorney
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Handwritten letter from Charles Guiteau to his defense attorney

by [Garfield Assassination] Guiteau, Charles J.

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Washington DC: Postal Card, 1882. ALS. Paper. Very good. Letter from Charles J. Guiteau, the assassin of President James A. Garfield, to his defense attorney while on trial in Washington, D.C. The letter is dated January 4th, 1882, days before his conviction and sentencing.. The letter is written on a postal card, measures 3" x 5.25". Housed in custom blue cloth folder, title in gilt on cover over red morocco label. Encapsulated in archival sleeve. The letter reads as follows: "Jan 4, 1882 / 4PM / Mr. Scoville, Please come see me at once about my meals. There is far more danger of my being poisoned from jail food than other wise...C.G." The letter is addressed to "Attn. Scoville / Tremont House / Washington D.C. / C.J. Guiteau / January 4/82." Presidential assassin Charles Guiteau had good reason to fear being poisoned while in jail. Three months prior to this letter, a prison guard named William Mason fired at Guiteau, but missed. Mason was sentenced to 8-years in prison for the offense. The… Read More
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Handwritten Letters and Photographs from African American Private First Class
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Handwritten Letters and Photographs from African American Private First Class

by [World War II] Ferguson, Henry B.

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[Pacific Theater], 1945. Handwritten Letters. Paper. Very good. Series of photographs and handwritten letters from Private First Class Henry B. Ferguson, an African American solider serving in the 742nd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion in the South Pacific during World War II, to Miss Elizabeth Webb of Bradenton. Series of photographs and handwritten letters from Private First Class Henry B. Ferguson, an African American solider serving in the 742nd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion in the South Pacific during World War II, to Miss Elizabeth Webb of Bradenton, Florida. Twenty-four letters ranging from September 1944 to April 1946. Handwritten on various forms of stationery, including thin blue paper and the War & Navy Department's V-Mail Service. All envelopes torn along one edge, faint wear to corners. Twenty-one photographs of various African American servicemen in multiple locations throughout the Pacific, some with photo album page remnants remaining on verso. Faint wear to corners, a few with… Read More
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Hangover Square; Or The Man With Two Minds. A Story Of Darkest Earl's Court In The Year 1939
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Hangover Square; Or The Man With Two Minds. A Story Of Darkest Earl's Court In The Year 1939

by Hamilton, Patrick

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New York: Random House, 1942. First American Edition, First Printing. Cloth. Near fine/very good. First American edition of Hangover Square or The Man with Two Minds by Patrick Hamilton.. Octavo, [8], 308pp. Green cloth, title in black and silver on spine. Top edge dyed black. Stated "First Printing" on copyright page. Solid text block, faint toning along top edge and endpapers, a near fine example. In the publisher's dust jacket, $2.50 retail price on front flap, small chipping to spine, corners, and flap folds. Light sunning to spine and a short closed tear to rear panel. (Dark Page I, p. 130).
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Hannibal
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Hannibal

by Harris, Thomas

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New York: Delacorte Press, 1999. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. Fine/fine. First edition of Hannibal by Thomas Harris, in first issue dust jacket.. Octavo, 486pp. Red hardcover, black spine, title stamped in gilt. Full number line on copyright page. Appears unread. In the publisher's first state dust jacket, $27.95 on front flap, fine condition. This novel is the finale of the Silence of the Lambs trilogy.
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Hannibal's Footsteps
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Hannibal's Footsteps

by Levin, Bernard

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ISBN 10 / ISBN 13
9780224022736 / 0224022733
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London: Jonathan Cape, 1985. First Edition. Cloth. Near fine/near fine. First edition of Hannibal's Footsteps by Bernard Levin, inscribed to actress Lauren Bacall.. Octavo, xii, 174pp. Black cloth, gilt title on spine. Illustrated end papers, with maps and woodcuts. Color plates. Dust jacket near fine. Inscribed by author to Mrs. Lauren Bacall: "For Betty, with much love, from Bernard." Mrs. Lauren Bacall was an Academy Award Nominated Actress, starring along side notable actors such as Humphrey Bogart, Marilyn Monroe and Betty Grable. She was also known as a democratic political supporter, with close ties to the Kennedy family and President Harry Truman. She passed away in 2014 in New York City. Provenance: from The Lauren Bacall Collection at Bonhams, May 2015.
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The Harbinger; A May-Gift
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The Harbinger; A May-Gift

by Holmes, Oliver Wendell

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Boston: Carter, Hendee and Company, 1833. First Edition. Full leather. Near fine. First edition of The Harbinger with poems by Oliver Wendell Holmes, published in 1833, from the Robert Hoe III book collection.. Small octavo, vi, 96pp. Full red morocco, gilt-ruled covers. Five raised bands, title in gilt on spine. All edges gilt, gilt turn-ins, marbled endpapers. Silk bookmark sewn in. This work is in three parts, with Poems by Park Benjamin in Part I, seventeen poems by Oliver Wendell Holmes in Part II, and poems by John O. Sargent in Part III. Solid text block, faint wear to joints, a near fine example. Previous ownership bookplate of Robert Hoe III affixed to front endpaper. (BAL 8723) Provenance: Anderson Galleries, April 1912, Lot 1559. Robert Hoe III was a prominent American businessman and book collector. He was a founding member and the first president of the Grolier Club of New York.
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Hard Rain Falling
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Hard Rain Falling

by Carpenter, Don

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New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc, 1966. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/near fine. First edition of Hard Rain Falling by Don Carpenter.. Octavo, 308pp. Gray cloth, title stamped in black on spine. Red endpapers. Top edge stained red. Stated "First edition" on copyright page. Top edge of front cover bumped near spine. Light foxing to fore edge. Clean text, no marks or notations. In publisher's near fine dust jacket with illustration of the author on back panel, retail price $5.95 on front flap, light shelf wear, toning to spine. A nice copy of the author's first novel.
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Harmonium
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Harmonium

by Stevens, Wallace

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1923. First Edition. Cloth. Near fine/good. First edition of Harmonium by Wallace Stevens, in the scarce first state dust jacket.. Octavo, 140pp. Blue cloth, title in red on yellow paper label affixed to spine. The first edition, with "Published, September, 1923" on copyright page. This is the third issue binding with full blue cloth. Solid text block, touch of wear to corners, a near fine example. In the publisher's first state dust jacket, $2.00 retail price listed on front flap, chipped top edge, lightly soiled panels. Some splitting along hinges reinforced with archival tape and Japanese tissue. (Edelstein A1.a) A delicate example of an incredibly rare dust jacket. Wallace Stevens (1879-1955) was an American modernist poet known for his complex and philosophical verse. His poetry often explored the interplay between imagination, reality, and the nature of perception. Stevens received the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1955, shortly before his death, and his works,… Read More
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Harry S. Truman Bill Signing Pen - Judicial Salary Bill
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Harry S. Truman Bill Signing Pen - Judicial Salary Bill

by Truman, Harry S.

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Washington DC: White House, 1946. Bill Signing Pen. Framed. Near fine. Signed photograph of President Harry S. Truman signing the "Judicial Salary Bill" on July 31, 1946, with the pen used to sign the bill mounted below photograph. From the estate of Assistant Attorney General H. Graham Morison.. Framed photograph, measures 15" x 14." Includes two additional framed photographs of H. Graham Morison; one with President Harry Truman and the other with Truman and Rep. W. Pat Jennings of Virginia. The pen used in the bill signing is a Triumph 1331 dip pen from the Eberhard Faber Pencil Company. Provenance: Estate of Assistant Attorney General H. Graham Morison, via Case Antiques of Knoxville, TN. The "Judicial Salary Bill," also known as Public Law 567, set the salaries for several members of the Judicial Branch, including the Chief Justice of the United States, Associate Justices of the Supreme Court, circuit court judges and the Court of Customs and Patent Appeals. It was signed into law by President… Read More
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Harvard Square; A Novel
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Harvard Square; A Novel

by Aciman, André

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New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 2013. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. Fine/fine. Signed first edition of Harvard Square: A Novel by André Aciman.. Octavo, 292pp. Red hardcover, title in gilt on spine. Stated "First Edition" on copyright page, with full number line. In the publisher's dust jacket, $25.95 retail price on front flap, a fine example. Signed by the author in blue pen on title page. André Aciman (b. 1951) is an Italian-American author and distinguished professor at the Graduate Center of City University of New York. His acclaimed debut novel, Call Me by Your Name, delves into themes of love, desire, and identity with a unique lyrical and introspective prose style. Aciman's other notable works, including Eight White Nights, Harvard Square, Enigma Variations, and Find Me, feature similar themes, securing his space as a prolific contemporary author.
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The Hash Knife Outfit
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The Hash Knife Outfit

by Grey, Zane

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New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1933. First Edition, First Printing. Cloth. Near fine/very good. First edition of The Hash Knife Outfit by Zane Grey.. Octavo, 323pp. Black cloth, title in red on front cover and spine. Stated "First Edition" on copyright page with publisher's code "G-H." Solid text block, light rubbing to edges of cloth, a near fine example. Previous ownership inscription on front free endpaper. In publisher's dust jacket, $2.00 retail price on front flap, chipping to corners and spine, tape repairs to verso.
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Hatchet
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Hatchet

by Paulsen, Gary

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Hardcover
ISBN 10 / ISBN 13
9780027701302 / 0027701301
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New York: Bradbury Press, 1987. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. Near fine/near fine. First printing of Hatchet by Gary Paulsen.. Octavo, [6], 195pp. Blue hardcover, title on blue cloth spine. Full number line on copyright page. Clean text throughout, touch of dust along top edge of text block. Previous ownership notation on title page. In publisher's first state dust jacket, $12.95 on front flap, "11/13; 6/8" code on rear flap, light shelf wear, a near fine example, lacking the Newbery Award sticker, as required. A near fine example of this young adult classic. Chosen as a Newbery Honor Book in 1988. The first printing appeared in September of 1987.
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The Heart Has Its Reasons; The Memoirs of The Duchess of Windsor
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The Heart Has Its Reasons; The Memoirs of The Duchess of Windsor

by Duchess of Windsor [Wallis Simpson]

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London: Michael Joseph, 1956. First Edition, First Issue. Cloth. Near fine/very good. Signed first edition, first issue of The Heart Has Its Reasons by the Duchess of Windsor, Wallis Simpson.. Octavo, 381pp. Red cloth, title in gilt over blue stamped label. First issue statement on copyright page. Previous ownership signature on front free endpaper. Solid text block, light soiling along top edge, otherwise fine. In the publisher's dust jacket, retail price on front flap, chip to top edge of rear panel, light rubbing to edges, vibrant blue color, an attractive example. Signed on the half-title by the author: "Wallis, Duchess of Windsor." Wallis Simpson, Duchess of Windsor (1896-1986), was the wife of King Edward VIII. Their decision to marry lead to the abdication crisis of 1936, resulting in Edward VIII abdicating the throne of Great Britain.
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