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Ernest Hemingway 1898-1961: Books, manuscripts, and letters from the library of Clinton J. Smullyan with additions from stock

New York: Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, n.d. Softcover. One of 1500 copies. Bookseller catalog with 57 items fully described and with price list laid in. In grey wrappers with title on front cover and Glenn Horowitz on spine. Backstrip lightly sunned, otherwise fine. 54 pages. Very Good / Very Good.
[Book #30301]
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John Drinkwater, 1882-1937: A Memorial Exhibition at the Times Bookshop.

London: The Times Bookshop, 1962. Softcover. One of 750 copies. A catalogue of an exhibition of books, manuscripts, paintings, drawings, and associated items to mark the twenty-fifth anniversary of his death In grey printed wrappers. Unevenly sunned, otherwise very good. 51 pages. BOB/102016. Very Good.
[Book #30279]
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The Abinger Chronicle---Nine Issues

Dorking, Surrey: The Abinger Chronicle, 1941. Paperback. A collection of nine scattered issues ranging from 1941 - 1944. Much of the prose and poetry contained addresses wartime issues, hope, and death. Stapled gray wrappers with black title to front covers. Slightly dusty, otherwise very good. Edited by Sylvia Sprigge. Vol. 2 (1941), no. 6-8; Vol. 3 (1942), no. 1-3, 5/6; Vol. 4 (1943), no. 3; Vol. 5 (1944), no. 1 (last issue). Contributions by E.M. Forster, Max Beerbohm, R.C. Trevelyan, Kenneth Hopkins, Nicholas Moore. Each issues is about 10 pages. PER/100716. Very Good.
[Book #30514]
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Women / poems. Number III

Lexington, MA: Women/Poems Press, [1974]. Paperback. A collection of 20 poems by women including: "Amnesia" by Adrienne Rich, "The Bumpity Road to Mutual Devotion" by Marge Piercy, and "Anne's wedding" by Celia Gilbert. Bound in orange stapled wrappers with black title to front cover. Slight dampstain to rear cover, else clean and bright. Unpaginated. POEANTH/101216. Very Good.
[Book #30521]
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Bibliotheque d'architecture d'un amateur, De Vitruve a Ledoux

Paris: Alde, 2014. Hardcover. 4to. Blue cloth covered boards with silver title to front board and spine and illustration to front board. Lower corners lightly bumped, otherwise fine. Pristine interior. Lavishly illustrated. Introduction by Alexandre Cojannot. The catalog for the March 6 auction. Estimated price list laid in. Text in French. 267 pages. BOB/101416. Near Fine.
[Book #30520]
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Three Madrigals. John Ashbery.

Three Madrigals

New York: Poet's Press, (1968). Limited Edition. Paperback. LIMITED EDITION SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. NUMBER 53 OF 150. First edition. 12mo. Side stapled purple paper wrappers with black title to front wrapper. Lightly faded at edges. otherwise near fine. Facsimile holograph. 10 pages. PRI/102516. Near Fine.
[Book #30178]
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A Sequel to An Enquiry Into the Nature of Certain Nineteenth Century Pamphlets By John Carter and Graham Pollard. The forgeries of H. Buxton Forman and T.J. Wise re-examined by Nicolas Barker and John Collins

London and Berkeley: Scolar Press, 1983. Hardcover. First edition. Reveals new facts on type, paper and records of sale, with an extensive list of forgeries and suspect works sold at auction, 1888-1920. Illustrated. Red cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Clean and bright. In cream dust jacket with black title to spine and front panel. Minor sunning to spine of jacket, light dampstain mark to spine of jacket, and light wear to edges of jacket. 394 pages. BOB/102016. Fine / Very Good.
[Book #30502]
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Under cover, an illustrated history of American mass market paperbacks. Foreword by John Tebbel

New York: [Penguin Books, [1982]. Paperback. First edition. Illustrated white wrappers with black title to spine. 144 pages. BOB/101216. Very Good.
[Book #30494]
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The Sinclairs of Old Fort Des Moines, a historical romance

Cedar Rapids: Torch Press, 1927. Hardcover. First edition. Johnson was a historian and long-time State Librarian of Iowa. The Iowa Library Association awards the Johnson Brigham Plaque to meritorious Iowa authors. Near fine in the original blue cloth boards with gilt title to spine and front cover. Gilt slightly darkened, wear to lower corner. Without dust jacket. Clean and bright. 245 pages. LIT/102616. Near Fine.
[Book #30199]
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Ocean paper stone, the catalogue of an exhibition of printed objects which chronicle more than a century of literary publishing in British Columbia

Vancouver: William Hoffer, 1984. Paperback. One of 1250 copies. Printed white wrappers with black title to spine and red title to front cover. Offsetting to front endpaper, otherwise fine. First edition. Illustrated. Preface by William Hofer. 111 pages. BOB/101216. Fine.
[Book #30489]
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Joseph Heller: A Descriptive Bibliography

New Castle DE and Pittsburgh: Oak Knoll Press and University of Pittsburgh Press, 2002. Hardcover. First Edition of the first comprehensive bibliography of Heller's works. Bound in dark blue cloth with silver title and authors to front cover and spine. In pictorial brown dust jacket with photo of Heller on front cover. In find condition. Fine / Fine.
[Book #30300]
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Emily Dickinson, an annotated bibliography. Writings, scholarship, criticism, and ana 1850-1968

Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1970. Hardcover. A comprehensive compilation of more than 2,600 writings about Dickinson between 1850-1968. Bound in dark green cloth in bright pink dust jacket with title to spine. Very good in chipped, price clipped dust jacket. 322 pages. BOB/102016. Very Good / Very Good Minus.
[Book #30274]
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How do you do, a nonsense drama

[Mill Valley, California]: Illuminations Press, 1965. Paperback. First edition. Black dramatist's first book. Near fine in side-stapled paper wrappers with white title to front cover. Minor rubbing to covers, else fine. 31 pages. DRA/102616. Near Fine.
[Book #30537]
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A price guide to magic books: 1639-1990

New York: Volcanick Press, 1997. Paperback. Includes information on identifying first editions, conventions used in this guide, market analysis, notes about the author, information on publishers, sources, how to interpret the prices listed, the price guide, and more. The price guide portion includes low, high, and auction prices. Printed gray wrappers in black plastic comb binding with black title to front cover. Fine. Second printing. Includes laid in bookmark with list of abbreviations. 192 pages including title index. Size: quarto. BOB/101216. Near Fine.
[Book #30458]
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The listener in the town [and] The listener in the country. 2 volumes

Boston: Copeland and Day, 1896. Hardcover. First edition. 2 volumes. A collection of essays on observations made in the city and country. Essays and fragments reprinted, with modifications, from the Boston "Transcript". Bound in the original green cloth boards lettered in gold on the spines and front covers. Minor wear to the extremities and offsetting to endpapers. Minor offsetting to endpapers, else clean interiors. 142 pages in volume one; 126 pages in volume two. LIT/102616. Very Good.
[Book #30200]
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Pacific Mail Steamships

San Francisco: Book Club of California, 2011. First Edition. Paperback. FIRST EDITION. Blue paper wrappers with dark blue title to front wrapper and to spine. Pristine interior with full color illustrations throughout. 47 pages. Contributors are Robert Eric Barde, Robert J. Chandler, Stephen Davies, James P. Delgado, William Kooiman, Gary F. Kurutz, Stephen J. Potash, Robert V. Schwemmer. Keepsake for Book Club of California.. Maritime. NAV/101216. Fine.
[Book #30516]
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Heartbreak Hotel: short stories by Tom Clark, accompanied by the author's drawings

West Branch, Iowa: The Toothpaste Press, 1981. Paperback. First edition. Number 340 of 500 numbered copies signed by the author. Printed in Goudy Modern type. Designed Allan Kornblum and printed by Ellen Weis. Stab sewn in tan paper wrappers with black title to front cover. Measures about 5 x 5 inches. 4 unnumbered pages. PRI/102616. Fine.
[Book #30201]
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Edwin Arlington Robinson, 1869-1935, a Collection of his Works from the Library of Bacon Collamore

Hartford, CT: 1936. Hardcover. Scarce. Compiled by Bacon Collamore and Lawrance R. Thompson in connection with an exhibition at Wesleyan University. Copies were not for sale. Inscribed at the colophon "For John S. Van E. Kohn / from Bacon Collamore / and Larry Thompson / March 30, 1936." Henry Bacon Collamore was an insurance executive and book collector, particularly of the works of Beatrix Potter. The recipient, John Van Kohn was a bibliophile and co-founder of the Seven Gables Bookshop in New York. The preface states that the purpose of this catalog was to weave biographical anecdotes and bibliographical data about the published writings of Robinson. Bound in blue paper boards with blue cloth spine with Robinson's name. Some fading to paper boards and light aging to page margins. Very good condition. Frontis portrait of Robinson as a young man. 65 pages including index. BOB/102116. Very Good.
[Book #30366]
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Italian Blackshirt 1935-45

Oxford, UK, Long Island City, NY: Osprey Publishing, (2010). Paperback. Fine in fine white and maroon illustrated paper wrappers with black title to front wrapper and spine. Pristine interior with illustrations throughout. Index, 64 pages. ITA/101016. Fine.
[Book #30565]
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From here to there: a guide to English-Canadian literature since 1960; Our Nature - Our Voices, Vol. II

Erin, Ontario: Press Porcepic, 1974. Paperback. Second printing. Includes descriptions of over 50 authors with a bibliography of both literature written by the author and also articles / books written about them. Illustrated yellow wrappers with black title to spine and front cover. Lightly rubbed and creased, otherwise very good. Toning to pages. Illustrated. 288 pages. BOB/101216. Very Good.
[Book #30490]
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The Blood of Others

New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1948. Hardcover. The first De Beauvoir novel to be published in English in the U.S. Bound in orange cloth with author name to front cover and title and author to spine. Spine lightly faded, otherwise very good without dust jacket. 292 pages. LIT/102616. Very Good.
[Book #30073]
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On the Psychology of Military Incompetence

New York: Basic Books, (2016). Paperback. Thick 8vo. Fine in fine white illustrated paper wrappers with blue title to front wrapper and to spine. Interior is clean and bright. Index, 496 pages. General Military History. MIL/101016. Fine.
[Book #30569]
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Sister Carrie.

New York: B. W. Dodge & Company, 1907. Hardcover. Second edition of Dreiser's controverial book, issued seven years after the suppressed first edition. Bound in the original tan cloth lettered in gold on the spine and in red on the front cover. Front cover has gilt broken cup. Front free endpaper lacking, covers worn, hinges cracked text shaken. Good condition. With the color frontis illustration of Carrie on stage. 557 pages. Good.
[Book #30074]
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Journalism versus art.

New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1916. Hardcover. First edition. A compilation of four essays by writer and political activist Max Eastman. Bound in pale green paper boards lettered in yellow. Gouge on the spine, number stamped at the extreme left corner of the front pastedown, tiny bookseller's label on the rear pastedown, otherwise very good, largely unopened. Illustrated in b&w by various artists. 146 pages. LIT/102616. Very Good.
[Book #30075]
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Science and the Unseen World.

London: ,George Allen & Unwin Ltd. [1929]. Hardcover. Issued as part of the Swarthmore Lecture Series. Bound in green cloth with title and author in gilt to front cover. Endpapers and pastedowns darkened, cloth lightly spotted, otherwise very good, without dust jacket. First edition. Review copy with review slip laid in. 56 pages. SCI/102616. Very Good.
[Book #30076]
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