Frederick Fell Inc., 1946. Hardcover. FIRST EDITION. PRESENTATION COPY SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. 8vo. Very good in brick red cloth with gilt title to front baorda nd gilt and black title to spine. Slight bumping to spine ends. Author's inscription to front free end page. Light browning to end pages. Pages yellowed. Illustrations throughout. 336 pages. Humor. HUM1/5250. Very Good.
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Williamsburg, VA: The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1977. Hardcover. SIGNED BY AUTHOR, PRESENTATION COPY INSCRIBED on title-page: To Olivia Rodgers an old & dear friend John and also signed under his printed name. Fine blue coated cloth backed blue linen boards, gilt title to spine. Very good plus pictorial d.j. (one closed tear to rear flap, small amount of creasing, edgewear). Interior is very nice, bright and clean, though a few areas have some ink underlining. Contains 144 plates, many in color. 153 pp. + facsimile reproduction of the 1755 Chelsea sale catalog, an important source documents for students of English porcelain. Ceramics. CER/8223. Very Good + in Very Good DJ.
London: W.H. Allen & Co., 1888. Hardcover. First Edition. Inscribed: "To Linda Falconer from the Author." Wyke Bayliss (1835-1906) was a British painter and author who was affiliated with the Pre-Raphaelites and friendds with such figures as Millais, Leighton, and Burne-Jones. Bound in dark red cloth with title and author in gilt to spine. Discolorations and bumping to boards. Light water stains to first few pages and some creases and light marks to last few pages. Several b&w illustrations. Very good minus condition. 207 pages. ART/032313. Very Good -.
Baltimore: Hawke and Robinson, 1958. Hardcover. Thin 4to. SCARCE IN JACKET. Presentation copy from the author to Barr Harris with a long inscription in blue pen on the front free endpaper. Orange cloth boards with black title to spine. Clean, bright interior filled with photographic illustrations. Brown illustrated dust jacket with orange and black title to front panel. Minor wear and tears to edges of jacket. Orioles sticker from 1966 stuck on front panel of jacket. Includes supplements (some in duplicate) up to 1966. 50 pages plus supplements. BALT/102721. Very Good / Very Good.
Hong Kong: Phoenix Press, 1965. Paperback. First Edition. Inscribed: "To Mr. Zorthian With the compliments of the author. Nov. 19,1968." The recipient was Barry Zorthian, the well regarded U.S. spokesman during the Vietnam War. The author, a journalist and professor, wrote this book about Tung Chi-ping, who fled from the Chinese embassy in Burundi Africa to seek refuge with the U.S. Embassy there. Bound in brown paper wrappers with author and title to fron tocover. In near fine condition. 77 pages. CHINA/010913. Near Fine in Wraps.
New York: Harper and Row, 1964. Hardcover. INSCRIBED BY JOHN CHEEVER PRESENTATION COPY. Later edition. Very good plus black cloth covered boards with gilt title to spine. Author's inscription and signature to front free end page. Interior is clean and bright. Very good red and black price clipped dustjacket with white title to front and spine panels. Minor edge wear to dust jacket and one small portion of a cup ring to front panel. Minor fading to edges of dust jacket. 275 pages. Literature. LIT/5213. Very Good plus / Very Good.
Boston: Hill and Company, (1988). Hardcover. 4to. PRESENTATION COPY from authors. Near fine in black cloth backed lavender paper covered boards with blue title to spine. Minor fading to edges of boards. Interior is clean and bright with black and white photographic illustrations on every page. Blue illustrated dust jacket with yellow and purple title to front and spine panels. 134 pages. Women's Studies. WOM/702. Near Fine in Near Fine Dust Jacket.
Paris: Gauthier-Villars, Imprimeur-Libraire, 1870. Paperback. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY. 8vo. Signed by author on front wrapper. Beige paper wrappers with black title to front wrapper. Browning to front wrapper as well as one very small open tear. Minor chipping and creasing to edges of wrappers. Minor browning to edges as well as minor foxing throughout. Text is clean and bright with many graphs and illustrations. 66 pages. SCI/042408. Very Good.
Washington: Duff Green, 1830. Paperback. Presentation copy from John Taliaferro to his granddaughter Lucy Taliaferro. Good in marbled paper wraps. Spine chipped, front cover starting to come loose, dampstaining to lower half of pages through about half the text. Text is bright. Agriculture. AGR1/4061. Good.
Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 2001. Hardcover. First Edition. Inscribed on title page: To Barry A distinguished member of the old Breed, Semper fi, Jim." Dickenson was a Washington journalist who served in the Marines in the 1950s. The book is inscribed to Barry Zorthian, the U.S. government spokesman to the media in Saigon in the 1960s. Bound in red cloth with black and red pictorial dust jacket with photo of a Marine on the front cover. In near fine condition. 232 pages. Near Fine in Near Fine Dust Jacket.
Baltimore: [By the Author], 1955. Hardcover. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. Very good-. Light blue paper bound boards with gilt title to front board and to spine. Fading to spine and edges of boards. Light damp staining to boards. presentation copy. Text is clean bright. 70 pages. Travel. TRA/10142. Very Good -.
New York: St Martin's, . Hardcover. First Edition. Inscribed by author: "To Barry, One of the admirable figures in some of the events chronicled in this book - a book in which I am indebted for his valuable help. With best wishes, Bob / The Asia Society September 20, 1984." The author was the Washington bureau chief for two major newspapers during the Truman and Johnson administrations. The book is inscribed to Barry Zorthian, who was the U.S. government spokesman to the media during the Vietnam War, and is from his personal library. Bound in cream paper boards with linen spine. Interior is clean and bright, and book is near fine. The dust jacket is cream, green, and red with title and author to spine. Some nicks and chipping but very good. 216 pages. VIET/011013. Near Fine.
Paris: Au Semeur, (1892). Hardcover. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. Very good in modern black leatherette with gilt lettering on spine. Presentation copy signed by the author on the front free end page. Brown damp stain and minor damage to lower righthand corner of margin (does not affect text). Text is clean and bright. 241 pages. French Language. FRE109150. Very Good.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1968. Hardcover. First Edition. Inscribed by author to Barry and Margaret Zorthian. John Kenneth Galbraith was one of the most important economists of the twentieth century. Barry Zorthian was an American diplomat who was the U.S. government spokesman during the Vietnam war. In blue cloth with blue and red pictorial dust jacket. Jacket is chipped and bumped, and a closed tear is affixed by glue to the rear board of book. Otherwise very good condition. 239 pages. LIT/011113. Very Good.
Washington DC: Center of Military History / Government Printing Office, 1996. Hardcover. Interesting Presentation Copy. Inscribed, "For Barry Zorthian With the deepest thanks for your support and assistance over the years! William Hammond January 8 1997. This book and its predecessor covering 1962-68 analyze the factors that shaped the way in which the U.S. government and the military related to the press during the Vietnam War. Barry Zorthian was the highly esteemed U.S. spokesman to the media in Vietnam during the 1960s. Hammond was a historian with the U.S. Army Center of Military History. Bound in dark brown cloth with military insignia in gilt to cover and title and author in gilt to spine. In pictorial dust jacket with chips and small tears along edges. Near fine in very good dj. 659 pages including index. VIET/011013. Near Fine.
Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas, . Hardcover. Nice presentation copy. Inscribed "For Barry Zorthian With deepest appreciation for all you've done! William Hammond 6 December 1998."The author was a senior historian at the U.S. Army's Center of Military History. In this book he analyzes how the relations between the media and the military evolved during the Vietnam War from one of shared views to a state of animosity and mistrust. Barry Zorthian was the U.S. spokesman to the media during the 1960s in Saigon. He remained a trusted and well-regarded figure during his tenure there. Bound in black cloth with title and author in green to spine. In pictorial dust jacket with photograph of soldier next to helicopter on front. Fine in near fine dust jacket. 362 pages. Fine.
Baltimore: Contemporary Poetry, 1963. Hardcover. 1st edition presentation copy, signed by author inside cover. Near fine blue boards with gilt title to front board and to spine. Minor fading to spine. Author;s inscription reads "For John, Loyal friend and best of companions in grim times and in gay. Richard, May 26, 1986."47 pages. Poetry. POE/9262. Very Good +.