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Amsterdam: Netherlands Inst. for Int'l. Cultural Relations, 1973. I:2,3; XV:1-4; and XVI:1-3. Seven issues. Pictorial wrappers. Illustrations and photographs. Near fine. Edited by E.J. Dijksterhuis, et al. A well- appointed quarterly showcasing the literary, visual, plastic and practical arts in the Netherlands, along with developments in science, architecture, etc. An insert in XVI:3 announces the suspension of publication after a forthcoming final issue. Additional postal charges apply.

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New York, 1941. Whole number seven. Printed wrapper over boards. Plates. Wrapper handsoiled and dusty, lower fore corners bumped, internally very good. Edited by Dorothy Norman. One of the most important journals of its times, founded and maintained in part under the influence of Alfred Stieglitz, 291 and American Place. Equal attention is paid to progressive, humanistic concerns for justice under the law at home and abroad, and the ongoing worldwide tragedy of the war, race discrimination, transgressions against civil liberties and the like. The boardbound issue of this number, with contributions by Ansel Adams, O'Keeffe, Bourne (posthumous), Enters, Rukeyser, Nin, Beecher, Norman, Roger Baldwin, et al. HOFFMAN, et al, p. 344.

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New York, 1941. Whole number seven. Printed wrapper over boards. Plates. Wrapper a bit smudged, with faint tide-mark to top edge, crayon price on inner front flap, otherwise very good. Edited by Dorothy Norman. One of the most important journals of its times, founded and maintained in part under the influence of Alfred Stieglitz, 291 and American Place. Equal attention is paid to progressive, humanistic concerns for justice under the law at home and abroad, and the ongoing worldwide tragedy of the war, race discrimination, transgressions against civil liberties and the like. The boardbound issue of this number, with contributions by Ansel Adams, O'Keeffe, Bourne (posthumous), Enters, Rukeyser, Nin, Beecher, Norman, Roger Baldwin, et al. HOFFMAN, et al, p. 344.

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New York, 1941. Whole number seven. Printed wrapper over boards. Plates. Wrapper a bit smudged and dusty, with small nick at top of one joint, otherwise very good. Edited by Dorothy Norman. One of the most important journals of its times, founded and maintained in part under the influence of Alfred Stieglitz, 291 and American Place. Equal attention is paid to progressive, humanistic concerns for justice under the law at home and abroad, and the ongoing worldwide tragedy of the war, race discrimination, transgressions against civil liberties and the like. The boardbound issue of this number, with contributions by Ansel Adams, O'Keeffe, Bourne (posthumous), Enters, Rukeyser, Nin, Beecher, Norman, Roger Baldwin, et al. HOFFMAN, et al, p. 344.

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New York, 1939. Whole number two. Cloth (copies were also issued in wrappers). Plates. A few foxmarks to cloth, but a very good copy in frayed, nick and handsoiled dust jacket. The loose insert for this issue is not present. Edited by Dorothy Norman. One of the most important journals of its times, founded and maintained in part under the influence of Alfred Stieglitz, 291 and American Place. Equal attention is paid to progressive, humanistic concerns for justice under the law at home and abroad, and the ongoing worldwide tragedy of the war, race discrimination, transgressions against civil liberties and the like. Contributors to this number include W.C. Williams, Marin, E. Porter, Bourne, Laughlin, Cardozo, Shaw, Mumford, Gropius, et al. The inserts are often absent. HOFFMAN, et al, p. 344. WALLACE C272.

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New York, 1939. Whole number two. Printed wrappers. Plates. Wrappers somewhat foxed, otherwise very good. With the folded insert intact, along with the separately printed "Introductory Note." Edited by Dorothy Norman. One of the most important journals of its times, founded and maintained in part under the influence of Alfred Stieglitz, 291 and American Place. Equal attention is paid to progressive, humanistic concerns for justice under the law at home and abroad, and the ongoing worldwide tragedy of the war, race discrimination, transgressions against civil liberties and the like. Contributors to this number include W.C. Williams, Marin, E. Porter, Bourne, Laughlin, Cardozo, Shaw, Mumford, Gropius, et al. The inserts are often absent. HOFFMAN, et al, p. 344. WALLACE C272.

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New York, 1948. Whole numbers one through fifteen (in nine issues), lacking the final, 10th anniversary number. Variously printed wrappers, printed wrappers over boards, and cloth, in printed dust jackets (as below). Nine volumes, including double numbers. Edited by Dorothy Norman. One of the most important journals of its times, founded and maintained in part under the influence of Alfred Stieglitz, 291 and American Place. Literary contributors include Rilke, Bourne, Olson (his first appearance in print), Cummings, Malraux, Dreiser, Nin, Kafka, Williams, Proust, Laughlin, Mann, Toller, Rukeyser, Patchen, Saroyan, Beecher, Miller, Anderson, Frank, Crane, Stein, Wright, Ignatow, Murray, et al. Included are superior reproductions of photographs and other artworks by Stieglitz, B. Weston, Marin, Porter, Wright Morris, Norman, O'Keeffe, Adams, Grosz, et al. An original silver gelatin print of a photograph by Todd Webb is mounted and bound into double number X/XI. Equal attention is paid to progressive, humanist ... Read more

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New York, 1940. Double number III/IV. Printed wrappers. Plates. Snags at crown and toe of lower joint, wrappers a bit tanned, bump to upper forecorner of text block, otherwise very good. Edited by Dorothy Norman. One of the most important journals of its times, founded and maintained in part under the influence of Alfred Stieglitz, 291 and American Place. Equal attention is paid to progressive, humanistic concerns for justice under the law at home and abroad, and the ongoing worldwide tragedy of the war, race discrimination, transgressions against civil liberties and the like. This number includes contributions by Ellis, Frank, Fry, Mann, Toller, Roditi, Enters, Saroyan, Rosenfeld, Hartley, Rukeyser, Patchen, et al. HOFFMAN, et al, p. 344.

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THE MONKEY WRENCH GANG

Abbey, Edward

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Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1975. Large octavo. Pictorial yellow wrappers. A trace of very minor dust smudging to wrappers, light but visible discoloration to fore-edge and margin at top corner, otherwise a very good or better copy. Advance reading copy of the first edition of Abbey's most widely admired novel. Laid into this copy is a typed letter signed from the senior vice president of Lippincott to historian/biographer/novelist William Manchester, forwarding this copy and soliciting a blurb from him.

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RESIST MUCH, OBEY LITTLE SOME NOTES ON EDWARD ABBEY

[Abbey, Edward]: Hepworth, James, and Gregory McNamee [eds]

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Tucson: Harbinger House, 1989. Pictorial wrappers. Revised and updated edition. About fine. Contributors include Berry, Eastlake, Barry Lopez, Wakoski, and Gary Snyder.

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THE MONKEY WRENCH GANG

Abbey, Edward

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Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1975. Large octavo. Cloth and boards. First edition of the author's most admired novel. Just a hint of sunning to spine through the dust jacket, otherwise a fine copy in bright, fresh jacket with a thin strip of light offsetting (typical of being stacked in the warehouse) down the lower joint and some sunning to the spine.

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New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1984. Cloth and boards. Bookplate on front pastedown, otherwise fine in dust jacket (state with the spelling error on the front panel). First edition, clothbound issue. Inscribed on the front free endsheet: "To the James S. Copley Library Edward Abbey La Jolla 1984."

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THE HIDDEN CANYON A RIVER JOURNEY

Abbey, Edward, and John Blaustein [photographer]

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New York: Viking Press, 1977. Gilt cloth. Oblong quarto. Color photographs by John Blaustein. Introduction by Martin Litton. First edition. As often, the heavy text block and oblong format have resulted in some cracking to the inner hinges, but a good copy in near fine, price-clipped dust jacket.

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Kingston, NY: Henry Abbey, 1886. v,[1],256pp. Blue cloth, lettered in gilt. Binding a bit dull and rubbed, textblock uniformly tanned at edges; a good, sound copy. "New and Enlarged Edition" (in fact, enlarged by over 100 pages from the 1879 edition). A good association copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endsheet: "To Mr. Edmund Gosse from Henry Abbey with kind regard." During his later years, Abbey enjoyed a somewhat more appreciative audience among British reviewers than he did in the US, but in 1906 he left his mark on popular memory with the poem, "What Do We Plant When We Plant a Tree?"

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Kingston, NY: Styles & Kiersted, 1901. Small octavo. Blue cloth, spine stamped in gilt. First edition. One of 750 copies printed. Light rubbing to edges, otherwise a very good (or better) copy. Copies also appeared in orange cloth.

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London: Privately Printed at the Curwen Press, 1953. xxi,427,[1]pp. Color frontispiece plus thirty- two fine collotype plates. Large, thick quarto. Polished buckram, t.e.g., gilt label. A few patches of light flecking to sizing along edges of boards, ink name on endsheet (see below), otherwise a very good copy, without dust jacket. First edition. One of four hundred numbered copies. Among the most comprehensive works in its field, carefully describing over 600 books, panoramas, periodicals, and the like, depicting British life in aquatint and lithography. With the ownership signature of noted specialist antiquarian bookseller, Ben Weinreb.

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London: Privately Printed at the Curwen Press, 1952. xx,399,[1]pp. Color frontispiece plus thirty- three fine collotype plates. Large, thick quarto. Polished buckram, t.e.g., gilt label. A few patches of light flecking to sizing along edges of boards, ink name on endsheet (see below), otherwise a very good copy, without dust jacket. First edition. One of five hundred numbered copies. Among the most comprehensive works in its field, carefully describing over 550 plate books, depicting British and Irish views in aquatint and lithography. With the ownership signature of noted specialist antiquarian bookseller, Ben Weinreb.

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Warwick: Printed and Published by Henry Sharpe, 1849. 35,[1]pp. Quarto. Sewn printed self-wrapper. Text in double columns. A couple of minor smudges on title, otherwise about fine. The transcript of the trial for libel brought against Charles Griffin by Chandos Leigh, 1st Baron Leigh, for references in his pamphlet, STONELEIGH ABBEY, THIRTY FOUR YEARS AGO, that again cast Lord Leigh under suspicion of guilt for the "Missing Monument Murders" (1811-13), charges for which he stood trial in 1848. Griffin was sentenced to two years in jail for his efforts. Leigh, a minor poet, was an intimate of Byron, and a relative of Jane Austen, casting it all into an interesting, if somewhat vague, literary context. A somewhat amplified treatment was printed in London the same year. OCLC/Worldcat locates a single copy of this printing, from the collection of Gordon Ray, at the Morgan Library. OCLC: 886666116.

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Worcester: Stanbrook Abbey Press, 1970. Medium brown cloth, lettered in gilt. Frontis, plates and facsimiles. First edition. One of 450 copies bound thus, from a total edition of 500 copies. Fine, without dust jacket.

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IRELAND'S ABBEY THEATRE A HISTORY 1899 - 1951

[Abbey Theatre]: Robinson, Lennox [comp]

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London: Sidgwick & Jackson Ltd., 1951. Gilt mustard-brown cloth. Photographs. Very good or better in spine tanned dust jacket with tiny inner mend at edge. First edition. The official and essential history to its date, including cast lists, lists of plays in Gaelic and those noted as "experimental," etc.

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