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The Value of Literary Study Today

The Value of Literary Study Today

by WILLEY, Basil

[Charlottesville]: University of Virginia, 1948. Softcover. Fine. First edition. One leaf folded in quarters. Fine. Program for The Ninth McGregor Room Seminar in Contemporary Prose and Poetry.
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$45.00
Crane: The Aspiring Clown

Crane: The Aspiring Clown

by LEWIS, R.W.B. (Hart Crane)

[Charlottesville]: University of Virginia, 1962. Softcover. Fine. First edition. One leaf folded in quarters. Fine. Program for The Twenty-Fifth Peters Rushton Seminar in Contemporary Prose and Poetry.
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$50.00
Ten Unpublished Poems

Ten Unpublished Poems

by CRANE, Hart

New York: Gotham Book Mart, 1972. Softcover. Fine. First edition. Wrappers. Fine. One of 500 numbered copies.
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$45.00
Brawley

Brawley

Brawley, California: Brawley Chamber of Commerce, pre-1920. Very good - with minor age toning. 9 X 4 inch paper brochure folded five times to form six panels printed on both sides to form 12 unnumbered pages, descriptive text illustrated with photos, and a map emphasizing proximity to Los Angeles and . . . "close enough to points of interest east to reach them in a few hours." "The Winter Garden of America" with emphasis on agricultural opportunities.
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$30.00
Scapegoats and Rabies

Scapegoats and Rabies

by HUGHES, Ted

London: Poet & Printer, 1967. Softcover. Fine. First edition. Self-wrappers. Fine. An as new example. One of a little more than 400 copies printed. *Sagar & Tabor* A11.
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$50.00
An Early Flemish Painter

An Early Flemish Painter

by FIRBANK, Ronald

(London): Enitharmon Press, 1969. Softcover. Fine. First edition. Introductory note by Miriam J. Benkovitz. Wrappers. Fine in original mailing envelope. Issued as a Christmas greeting by Enitharmon Press. One of 300 copies.
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$65.00
The Vital Alliance. Remarks of the President at the Ceremony Commemorating the Fourth Anniversary of the Alliance for Progress. August 17, 1965

The Vital Alliance. Remarks of the President at the Ceremony Commemorating the Fourth Anniversary of the Alliance for Progress. August 17, 1965

by JOHNSON, Lyndon B

(Washington, D.C.): Government Printing Office, 1965. Softcover. Fine. First edition. Stapled ivory wrappers printed in gold. Octavo. 20, [1]pp. Very slight age-toning, else fine.
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$45.00
Who Has Been Tampering with These Pianos

Who Has Been Tampering with These Pianos

by O'REILLY, Montagu (pseudonym of Wayne Andrews)

New York: New Directions, 1947. Softcover. Near Fine. First edition. Wrappers. A little age-toning, very near fine. Issued as Direction Four. Short surrealist novel.
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$45.00
Andy Warhol: Still Lifes and Feet 1956-1961

Andy Warhol: Still Lifes and Feet 1956-1961

by Andy Warhol

This 2010 catalogue reproduces each of the 58 ballpoint pen drawings which made up the exhibition; these early works are by turns elegant and quirky, and quintessentially Warhol.
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€158.88
Letter from an Assistant to John Irving

Letter from an Assistant to John Irving

by [IRVING, John]

1992. Unbound. Fine. Typed letter. 1p., with original mailing envelope. Fine. An amusing letter sent to an autograph collector who is informed "John Irving is a grumpy man, who guards his free time fiercely," but told that nevertheless they will get his book signed as long as he "doesn't make a habit out of this, or tell your friends how you got your book signed!"
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$50.00
odyssee eines kokoschka-plakats

odyssee eines kokoschka-plakats

by kokoschka

Eight page text intro in German, four page contents and ten loose plates, some in colour, contained in the original portfolio. Page size ;- 30.5 x 21 cm. c.12 x 8.1/4 inches. portfolio slightly soiled / rubbed /creased but sound. contents fine. Signed and dated by Kokoschka "Xmas 73" in pencil.
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£120.00
1966 ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT DIARY, PHOTO ALBUM AND SCRAPBOOK OF TWO [2] BIG  GAME HUNTING TRIPS BY A WILDLIFE ARTIST STALKING MOOSE AND CARIBOU IN  CANADA AND ANTELOPE IN WYOMING

1966 ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT DIARY, PHOTO ALBUM AND SCRAPBOOK OF TWO [2] BIG GAME HUNTING TRIPS BY A WILDLIFE ARTIST STALKING MOOSE AND CARIBOU IN CANADA AND ANTELOPE IN WYOMING

by JOHN [JACK] I. LASHWAY

CORNERBROOK NEWFOUNDLAND CANADA WYOMING USA. Good+. 1966. On offer is a substantial, original fascinating 80 page photo album, diary and scrapbook of John I. Lashway sometimes Jack, a Pleasant Valley New York hunter who extensively details a pair of disparate trips in 1966: caribou and moose in Newfoundland Canada and antelope in Wyoming. [BIO NOTE: Research suggests that this is almost undoubtedly Jack Lashway a noted wildlife artist.] The trip to Newfoundland, about 60% [58 pages] of the very... Read more
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$1,485.99
Look Through the Big Telescope

Look Through the Big Telescope

San Jose, California: San Jose Sightseeing Co., ca. 1915. Very good - Some age staining along top edge of first panel, Peck-Judah rubber stamp in bottom margin of one panel, neither affecting images or text.. 9 1/2 X 4 inch paper advertising sheet folded four times to make a brochure of five unnumbered panels printed on both sides, illustrated with captioned photos, and descriptive text; featuring a photo of the famous telescope on the cover. Promoting a sightseeing trip up the mountain by motor car... Read more
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$24.50
The Rodent Who Came to Dinner

The Rodent Who Came to Dinner

by CLARK, Tom

[No place]: Am Here Books / Immediate Editions, 1981. Softcover. Near Fine. First edition. Stapled mimeographed illustrated wrappers. Slight age-toning, near fine.
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$20.00
Democracy vs. Sovereignty: An After Dinner Response delivered November 18, 1915, at the 147th Annual Banquet of the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York

Democracy vs. Sovereignty: An After Dinner Response delivered November 18, 1915, at the 147th Annual Banquet of the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York

by KINGSLEY, Darwin P

New York: Waldorf-Astoria / League to Enforce Peace, 1915. Softcover. Very Good. First edition. Octavo. 14pp. Brown stapled printed wrappers. Small chip on front wrap, faint tidemark in one corner affecting no text, else very good.
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$35.00
Evolution and Cyclicism in Contemporary Poetry

Evolution and Cyclicism in Contemporary Poetry

by ONG, Walter J., Rev., S.J

[Charlottesville]: University of Virginia, 1964. Softcover. Fine. First edition. One leaf folded in quarters. Fine. Program for The Thirty-First Peters Rushton Seminar in Contemporary Prose and Poetry.
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$35.00
The Edward Gorey Calendar for 1980

The Edward Gorey Calendar for 1980

by GOREY, Edward

New York: Workman Publishing Company, 1979. Hardcover. Fine. First edition. Quarto. Spiral bound. Fine, lacking the original envelope illustrated by Gorey.
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$35.00
Willa Cather: A Biographical Sketch, An English Opinion, An American Opinion, Reviews and Articles and An Abridged Bibliography

Willa Cather: A Biographical Sketch, An English Opinion, An American Opinion, Reviews and Articles and An Abridged Bibliography

by CATHER, Willa

New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1940. Softcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. First revised edition. Stapled wrappers. 31, (1)pp. About fine. Issued as a promotional piece for the author's works in the 1920s, the biographical section was actually prepared by Cather at her publisher's request, this was revised with additional material.
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$85.00
Un Poco Loco - March 1979

Un Poco Loco - March 1979

by FAGIN, Larry, edited by, with contributions by

(New York: The Poetry Project at St. Mark's Church In-the-Bowery), 1979. Softcover. Near Fine. Magazine. (9)pp., with overleaf for a mailing label. Sheets printed both side and attached with a staple. Two light creases, near fine. A poetry magazine edited by Fagin and distributed by mail with most copies folded and hand addressed or affixed with a mailing label. This copy is clean with no writing, stamp, or label, and features poems from Sam Kashner.
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$50.00
Wrong Songs

Wrong Songs

by TATE, James

Cambridge: Halty Ferguson, 1970. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper. One of 200 numbered copies Signed by the poet. An as new copy.
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$250.00
Playbill In-Line

Playbill In-Line

by Theatre Development Fund (TKTS)

New York: Playbill, 1999. Softcover. Fine. Folded Broadside. (January 1999). 22 cm., folded. Fine. Advertisement broadside for the Theatre Development Fund's TKTS Discount Theatre Centers at Times Square and 2 World Trade Center.
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$20.00
Poetry Folios

Poetry Folios

by COMFORT, Alex and Peter Wells, editors

(London: Poetry Folios), 1943. Softcover. Near Fine. Stapled wrappers. Modest age-toning, else near fine. Prospectus for the next issue laid in. Poetry from Oscar Williams, Anne Ridler, and others.
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$30.00
The Noble Adventure. Remarks of the President at the Smithsonian Bicentennial Celebration. September 16, 1965

The Noble Adventure. Remarks of the President at the Smithsonian Bicentennial Celebration. September 16, 1965

by JOHNSON, Lyndon B

(Washington, D.C.): Government Printing Office, 1965. Softcover. Fine. First edition. Stapled purple wrappers. Octavo. [16]pp. Fine.
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$40.00
T.S.E. — A Memoir. Monday Evening Papers: No. 5

T.S.E. — A Memoir. Monday Evening Papers: No. 5

by (ELIOT, T.S.). READ, Herbert

(Middletown, Connecticut): Center for Advanced Studies Wesleyan University, 1966. Softcover. Fine. First edition. Stapled wrappers. A touch of age-toning, else fine. A memoir of T.S. Eliot.
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$35.00
Youth was a "Wife" for Six Years (Press photograph of transgender woman Mary Baker being sentenced to a 90 day prison term)

Youth was a "Wife" for Six Years (Press photograph of transgender woman Mary Baker being sentenced to a 90 day prison term)

by [Richeson, William; Mary Baker]

New York: ACME, 1937. Near Fine. 9" x 7. Gelatin silver print. Press photo depicting William Richardson, who went by Mary Baker, of Bay Ridge, New York. Richardson, age 26, passed as a woman so successfully "that he had held jobs as a waitress, laundress, chorus cutie, and for the last six years has been a 'wife' to another man. His arrest for allegedly accosting a plainclothesman, led to his unmasking." The image shows Richardson with his attorney and probation officer in a... Read more
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$250.00