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Afternoon in Spain

By Simont, Marc

New York: William Morrow & Co., 1965. First edition. Hardcover. Fine in Very Good DJ; small repaired tears at top of dj; price clipped; all else-clean, tight, & attractive; dj protected by new Mylar wrap.. Marc Simont. Sm 4 to; yellow boards with red line drawing of a torero in bottom right corner; darker red linen spine strip; silver spine lettering; black endpapers; unpaged; both color & b/w illust. throughout; brightly illust. dj. "...colorful drawings and ...authoritative tet present ....ecitement and action of the bullfight and humor to which any such man-made pageant is vulnerable."

$20.00

A Zuni Artist Looks at Frank Hamilton Cushing

By Hughte, Phil

Zuni, NM: Pueblo of Zuni Arts & Crafts, 1994. First edition. Trade Paperback. Near Fine in Wraps; clean, thight, & attractive.. Phil Hughte. 8 1/2 x 11 1/2 rectangular trade paper; 125 pp; Captions by Phil Hughte, Discourse by Jim Ostler, Foreword by Triloki Nath Pandey, Commentary by Krisztina Kosse. In 1879, Frank Hamilton Cushing, a young ethnologist arrived at the Pueblo of Zuni to study its people and traditions. He became an initiated member of the community, and his writings gave Zuni a prominence it never sought. This book turns the tables on Cushing and tells the story form the Zuni perspective.

$47.50

Stories Done

By Gilmore, Mikal

New York: Free Press, 2008. Hardcover. Fine in Fine DJ; clean, tight, & attractive; dj protected by new Mylar wrap.. 8 vo; ivory boards with black spine strip; gilt spine lettering; 390 pp; dj illust. with portraits of icons of the 60's & 70's. Includes essays on Ginsberg, Leary, Grateful Dead, George Harrison, John Lennon, Johnny Cash, Hunter Thompson, et al.

$6.00

Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan First Series

By Hearn, Lafcadio

London: Jonathan Cape, 1927. Hardcover. Very Good - no dj; slight rubbing at spine ends & corners; p.o's name & date on flyleaf; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. 16 mo; dark blue boards; gilt spine lettering & Traveller's Library logo; 320 pp; + a list of 53 other titles & order form.

$13.00

Jan Ken Po

By Ogawa, Dennis M.

Honolulu: Japanese American Research Center, 1973. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good in Good + DJ; dj has moderate chipping; all else-clean, tight, & attractive; dj protected by new Mylar wrap.. 8 vo; green cloth boards with gilt front board & spine lettering; 181 pp; b/w photographs throughout; color photograph on front dj & b/w photograph of children of Hawaii on back of dj. Inscribed by the author on front endpaper. Foreword by Senator Daniel K. Inouye; author discusses the Japanese American in terms of historical experience in Hawaii.

$15.00

Children of Ol' Man River

By Bryant, Billy (Martin Ridge, ed.)

Chicago: R. R. Donnelley & Sons, 1988 (1940's?). Lakeside reprint. Hardcover. As New - no dj as issued; clean, tight, & attractive; as unread.. 16 mo; black cloth boards with publisher's logo in gilt on front board; gilt spine lettering; 360 pp; includes: prologue, author's introduction, epilogue, index, b/w photographs & illust. throughout, and List of Lakeside Classics. Recollections of a family who lived their lives as showboat entertainers on American rivers.

$12.50

Revolutionary Days

By Cantacuzene, Princess Julia, Countess Speransky, nee Grant; (Terence Emmons, ed.)

Chicago: R. R. Donnelley & Sons, 1999 (1921?). Lakeside reprint. Hardcover. As New - no dj as issued; clean, tight, & attractive; as unread.. 16 mo; black cloth boards with publisher's logo in gilt on front board; gilt spine lettering; 449 pp; includes: b/w photographs & illust. throughout; historical introduction, index, and List of Lakeside classics. Memoirs of Julia (Grant), daughter of Ulysses S. Grant, and her life in Russia after her marriage to a Russian Count.

$20.00

Gems of American Architecture

By Greer, William Royal

St. Paul, Mn: Brown & Bigelow, 1935. Staplebound. Very Good in Wraps; light rust stains at staple sites; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. Charles E. Calder (embellishments). 32 mo; stapled wraps; unpaged; b/w photographs throughout. Interesting catalogue parody of outhouses for sale; humorous discriptions; fake pricing and item names. It really is funny because all the photographs are of real outhouses.

$9.00

Eneas Africanus

By Edwards, Harry STillwell

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1940. Hardcover. Near Fine in Very Good DJ; sm pieces chipped & absent from dj top; all else-clean, tight, & attractive; dj protected by new Mylar wrap.. Ernest Towsend. 8 vo; bright green boards with black lettering & small illust. on front board; map of Eneas's travels illust. on endpapers; 38 pp; b/w illust. throughout; illust. dj. scarce title and fine condition.

$20.00

Mr. Dooley and the Chicago Irish: An Anthology

By Fanning, Charles (ed.)

Arno Press, 1976. First edition. Hardcover. As New - no dj; clean, tight, & attractive.. 8 vo; light blue cloth boards with black lettering on front board & spine; 477 pp; + 2 pp of other titles in this series; includes introduction ix-xxi. One volume of "The Irish-Americans" edited by Lawrence J. McCaffrey. includes chapeters on Ireland, Emigration, Early Bridgeport, Daily Life in Bridgeport in the nineties, Chicago poitics, etc.

$15.00

Waheenee, An Indian Girl's Story

By Waheenee (told to Gilbert L. Wilson)

St. Paul, Minn: Webb Publishing, 1921. Reprint. Trade Paperback. Near Fine in Wraps. Frederick N. Wilson. glued illust. wraps; 188 pp; includes: Editor's Preface by James E. Sperry, selected bibliography, foreword by author, glossary of Indian Words. Special supplement includes: How to Make an Indian Camp, Indian Cooking, etc.

$7.50

My North Dakota Prairie Childhood

By Brauer, Rose Marie Leininger Oetting

St. Louis, Mo: Gregory Publishers, 1990. Later printing. Trade Paperback. Very Good. trade pb; 138 pps.; b/w photographs throughout. inscribed by the author.

$4.00

Indian Why Stories

By Linderman, Frank B.

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1926. Hardcover. Good - no dj; p.o.'s name in pencil inside front board; some pg. turning smudges; text & illust. are very good. . Charles M. Russell. 12 mo; green library binding; gilt stamped lettering on spine; 236 pgs.; 6 full page color illust. by Russell + b/w illust. throughout.

$32.50

Choctaw Little Folk

By Martin, Novella Goodman

San Antonio, TX: Naylor Co., 1970. Hardcover. Very Good in Good DJ; dj has toning on spine & moderate chipping at top; repaired split at spine of dj; all else-clean, tight, & attractive; dj protected by new Mylar wrap.. Jackie Letzerich. 8 vo; red boards with black illust. of raven; black spine lettering; 82 pgs.; b/w illust. throughout.; illust. dj.

$10.00

Florida as Lived by a Native

By Hudson, E. Frankie

New York: Vantage, 1991. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good in Very Good DJ; clean, tight, & attractive; dj protected by new Mylar wrap.. 12 mo; black boards with white spine lettering; 72 pgs.; b/w photographs throughout; faux marbleized dj. signed by the author on the front fly leaf.

$9.00

Yours Till Niagara Falls

By Morrison, Lillian

New York: Scholastic, 1959. 7th printing. Trade Paperback. Very Good; wraps are slightly faded; pages are lightly toned; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. Marjorie Bauernschmidt. paperback; 32 mo; rectangular shape; illust. wraps; 96 pgs.; b/w illust. throughout.

$7.00

Women Can Be Engineers

By Goff, Alice C.

Youngstown, OH: self published, 1946. First edition thus. Hardcover. Very Good - no dj; ex-lib with usual markings & expected imperfections; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. 8 vo; green boards with gilt lettering; 227 pgs. biographical essays on pioneering women engineers.

$27.50

Pocahontas

By Ellis, Edward S.

New York: McLoughlin Brothers, 1914. Hardcover. Very Good - no dj; moderate rubbing & soiling to boards; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.; text & illust. are in fine condition.. E.B. Comstock. 8 vo; teal boards with gilt lettering & color illust. & decoration in American Indian motif; 138 pgs.; chromlithographic frontispiece; b/w illust. with several tinted illust. throughout.

$6.00

Neurotica , The Machine

By Landesman, Jay Irving (ed)

New York: Neurotica Publishing Co., 1951. Original Wraps. good; wraps faded and edge worn; text is very good.. 8 vo; blue wraps, stapled, with silver graphic illust. and lettering; 80 pgs.; includes index for vol. 1-8 (1948-1951) of journal's content. includes articles by Marshall McLuhan, Jacques Schnier, & Carl Goy. Important but short lived journal of the Beat generation

$17.50

Adella Mary in Old New Mexico

By Means, Florence Crannell

BOSTON: HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN CO., 1939. Hard cover. Very good. No dust jacket. ex-lib (school) with usual markings & expected imperfections; moderate soiling to boards; ALL ELSE-CLEAN, TIGHT, & ATTRACTIVE.. Herbert Morton Stoops. 8 vo; tan cloth boards with red lettering & illust.; 227 pgs.; b/w illust. throughout.

$10.00

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