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DOBLE STEAM CARS
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DOBLE STEAM CARS: BUSES, LORRIES AND RAILCARS

by J. N. Walton

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revised
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Kirkland, Washington
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209 pp, 83 illustrations. Fine, 1965 edition. Previous owners name stamped on ffep with date and price paid, name stamp on bottom of last free page, otherwise clean and unmarked throughout. Abner Doble was a technically-advanced innovator in steam powered vehicles. The history of the company with descriptions of steam engines and chassis designs, highly technical explanations of steam power, and black and white photos of automobiles, steam railcars, buses, trucks. Included is a one page subscription form for "Light Steam Power," a magazine published in the Isle of Man by the book publisher (see photos).
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Queering the Redneck Riviera

Queering the Redneck Riviera: Sexuality and the Rise of Florida Tourism

by Jerry T. Watkins III

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As New
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First
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Hardcover
ISBN 13
9780813056913
ISBN 10
0813056918
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Kirkland, Washington
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188pp. History of gay men and lesbians in North Florida following World War II. Provides insights about the relationships between sexuality, capitalism, and conservative morality in the second half of the twentieth century. List price is $79.95.
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Elvis at 21

Elvis at 21: New York to Memphis

by Wertheimer, Alfred

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As New
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First printing
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Hardcover
ISBN 13
9781933784014
ISBN 10
1933784016
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Kirkland, Washington
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San Rafael: Insight Editions, 2006. First printing. As New/as new. 253pp, grey cloth with stamped silver gilt lettering on cover and spine, 11.5 x 14 inches, photo on dustjacket, photos on endpapers. Introduction by Chris Murray, Foreword by Peter Guralnick, text and photography by Alfred Wertheimer. Photos printed in quadratone process using four inks: two blacks, a special warm grey and a metallic pewter. As new with protective clear cover on dustjacket. A large format, beautifully printed book of Elvis Presley's early months in 1956 as he begins his rise to fame. Wertheimer follows Presley around New York City for television appearances and Presley's home in Memphis with unlimited access to the performer.
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Ernest Withers: The Memphis Blues Again
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Ernest Withers: The Memphis Blues Again: Six Decades of Memphis Music Photographs

by Ernest Withers; Daniel Wolff

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Used - Fine
Edition
First printing first edition
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Hardcover
ISBN 13
9780670030316
ISBN 10
0670030317
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Kirkland, Washington
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175pp, first edition, first printing. Signed by author in black marker on ffep (see photos): "To Brenda and Jeff Bryer, My love to you, Ernest C. Withers." Printed in Japan on thick coated stock. Gorgeous photographs from the 50s, 60s, and 70s, taken primarily in Memphis. Withers photographed the clubs, dance halls, auditoriums, recording studios, churches and streets of Memphis, home to one of the most vibrant music scenes in America. Subjects include W.C. Handy, Ray Charles, B.B. King, Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie, Lionel Hampton, a young Elvis Presley, Sam Cooke, Otis Redding, Marvin Gaye, Al Green, James Brown, Charlie Pride, Rufus Thomas, Staples Singers, Bobby "Blue" Bland, Ike and Tina Turner, Isaac Hayes and many more. Incomparable collection of photographic images, beautifully presented. Out of print and rare signed copy. Barely noticeable curling at top of dust jacket necessitates dj rating of Near Fine.
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Tomorrow!
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Tomorrow!

by Philip Wylie

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Used - Fine
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First printing first edition
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Hardcover
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Kirkland, Washington
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372pp, black boards with red quarter-cloth. DJ (in clear protective jacket) has small chip on front upper right, chipping on top spine, foxing on edges but is complete, including price (see both photos of dj). True first edition/first printing with Rinehart logo on copyright page. Pages are evenly and lightly foxed throughout for the first inch or so from edges, common for a book of this age printed on less-expensive paper. Wylie was a prolific writer; this book concerns how two neighboring cities prepare for a nuclear blast, written during the cold war. "Wylie's 1954 novel Tomorrow! dealt graphically with the civilian impact of thermonuclear was to make a case for a strong Civil Defense network in the United States, as he told the story of two neighboring cities (one prepared, one unprepared) before and after an attack by missile-armed Soviet bombers. This was adapted on October 17, 1956, by ABC Radio, as a one-hour drama narrated by Orson Welles produced in cooperation with the Federal Civil… Read More
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