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In the National Interest
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In the National Interest

by Kalb, Marvin; Koppel, Ted [William Safire]

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New York: Simon and Schuster, 1977. First Edition. Cloth. Near fine/near fine. First edition of In the National Interest by Marvin Kalb and Ted Koppel, inscribed to William Safire. Octavo, 371pp. Blue hardcover, title in gilt on spine over black cloth. First edition, first printing with full number line on copyright page. In publisher's dust jacket, retail price on front flap, light shelf wear, overall near fine. Inscribed by Marvin Kalb: "To Bill - I just want you to move over. here off the list - Best, Marvin Kalb." Additional signature from Ted Koppel on half title. The inscription by Marvin Kalb is likely a reference to the "Nixon Enemies List," which Kalb joined due to his coverage of the Watergate scandal. The recipient of this book, William Safire, was a Pulitzer Prize winning conservative columnist for the New York Times. He was a frequent guest on Meet The Press, describing himself as the voice of "libertarian conservatives." Before joining the New York Times, Safire served as a… Read More
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America; Foreword by Gerald R. Ford
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America; Foreword by Gerald R. Ford

by Karp, Marvin [Ford, Gerald R.]

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[New York]: Portland House, 1987. First Edition, First Printing. Cloth. Near fine/very good. First edition of America by Marvin Karp, signed by former President Gerald R. Ford.. Folio, 336pp. Black cloth, title in gilt on cover and spine. First printing with full alphabetical line on copyright page. Hundreds of color photographs, from all 50 states. In publisher's dust jacket, light shelf wear, bright illustrations. Signed by President Gerald R. Ford on the title page, dated December 1987.
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Beggar on Horseback; A Play In Two Parts
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Beggar on Horseback; A Play In Two Parts

by Kaufman, George S. and Connelly, Marc

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New York: Boni and Liveright, 1924. First Edition. Cloth. Very good/very good. First edition of Beggar on Horseback by George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly, in first state dust jacket.. Octavo, 237pp. Black cloth, title on orange label affixed to spine and cover. First edition, with no additional printings mentioned on copyright page. Bookplate affixed to front endpaper. Fold-out newspaper clippings included, originally affixed to book between Part I and Part II, now in delicate condition, broken at seams and fragile. In publisher's first state jacket, $2.00, reinforced at hinges with archival repairs, toning to spine, but overall bright illustrations and vibrant colors, a very good example. Beggar on Horseback played on Broadway in 1924 and ran for 223 performances. It was released as a silent film in 1925 by Paramount Pictures and the play was revived in 1970 for a short run at the Lincoln Center.
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Dulcy: A Comedy In Three Acts; Introduction By Booth Tarkington
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Dulcy: A Comedy In Three Acts; Introduction By Booth Tarkington

by Kaufman, George S. and Connelly, Marc

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New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons / The Knickerbocker Press, 1921. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/very good. First edition of Dulcy: A Comedy in Three Acts by George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly, in scarce dust jacket.. Octavo, xv, 207pp, [4pp ads]. Light tan paper boards over brown cloth, paper label covering the full spine, title printed in brown. Complete with frontispiece by Neysa McMein and four full-page photographic illustrations. Previous ownership notation on front free endpaper, note in pen opposite copyright page, otherwise a near fine example, solid text block. In the publisher's scarce first state dust jacket, heavily chipped and worn, some loss at spine, stable hinges, a very good example. Dulcy was the first hit comedy by George S. Kaufman and his first collaboration with Marc Connelly. It is based on a comic heroine made popular by Frank Pierce Adams, with the authors making note on the title page: "With a Bow to Franklin P. Adams.
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One Moment Please!; Christopher Daily Guides To Better Living
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One Moment Please!; Christopher Daily Guides To Better Living

by Keller, James [George H.W. Bush]

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Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc, 1950. First Edition. Cloth. Very good/near fine. First edition of One Moment Please! by James Keller, inscribed by a close friend to George H.W. Bush and Barbara Bush.. Octavo, xiii, 365pp. Blue cloth, title stamped in gilt on spine. Stated "first edition" on copyright page. Foxing to leaf ends, dust remnant along top edge, sunning to spine. Generally clean text block, solid binding. Paired with the publisher's first state dust jacket, $2.00 retail price on front flap, light wear from handling at top edge of spine, a near fine example. Inscribed on the front free endpaper: "To Bar + Pop - Who in their lovely lives, live very close to Him. Xmas 1950." Provenance: From the Bush Family Estate in Kennebunkport, ME.
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The End Of Certainty; The story of the 1980s
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The End Of Certainty; The story of the 1980s

by Kelly, Paul

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St. Leonards, Australia: Allen & Unwin, 1992. First Edition, Early Printing. Paperback. Fine. First edition of The End of Certainty by Paul Kelly, inscribed to U.S. Ambassador Ed Perkins.. Octavo, ix, 755pp. Paperback. Stated "First published in 1992" on copyright page, with number line ending in 3. Solid text block, a fine example. Inscribed by Kelly on title page, "For Ambassador Perkins, United States Ambassador to Australia, with kind regards, Paul Kelly August 1995." Paul John Kelly (b. 1947) is a political correspondent and author from Sydney, Australia. Dr. Edward J. Perkins (1928-2020) served as U.S. Ambassador to Liberia, South Africa, Australia, and the United Nations throughout his 25-year foreign service career. Perkins served in Australia from 1993-1996, likely meeting Kelly multiple times in the duration of his stay. In 1996 Perkins retired with the rank of Career Minister in the U.S. Foreign Service.
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The Salmon Fly; How To Dress It And How To Use It
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The Salmon Fly; How To Dress It And How To Use It

by Kelson, George M.

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London: Published by the Author c/o Messrs. Wyman & Sons, Limited, 1895. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good +. First edition of George M. Kelson's The Salmon Fly: How to Dress It and How to Use It.. Quarto, xiv, 510pp, [advertisements xlv pp]. Purple cloth, beveled board edges. Title and illustrations stamped in gilt on spine and front cover. Top edge gilt. Professionally restored, spine reglued and hinges reinforced, headcap repaired, cosmetic touch ups to cloth, new endpapers. Slight bow to back cover with fore edge lightly bumped. Occasional mild foxing to text pages, otherwise clean. Complete with frontispiece portrait of the author, numerous in-text illustrations and 8 brightly colored full-page plates with tissue covers. (Heckscher 1150) An attractive example of this important work on salmon flies.
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The Fear
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The Fear

by Keneally, Thomas

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Melbourne: Cassell Australia, 1965. First Edition, First Printing. Cloth. Near fine/near fine. First edition of The Fear by Thomas Keneally.. Octavo, 229pp. Navy blue cloth, title in white on spine. Stated "First published 1965" on copyright page. Solid text block, scuff to front cover, trace of wear to corners, a clean, near fine example. In the publisher's near fine dust jacket, faint toning to verso, and vibrant imagery, even on spine. Thomas Keneally (b. 1935) is best known for his novel Schindler's Ark, which was famously adapted into Schindler's List by Stephen Spielberg in 1993. The Fear was Keneally's second novel, published 17 years before Schindler's Ark.
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The Burden And The Glory; Edited by Allan Nevins. Foreword by President Lyndon B. Johnson
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The Burden And The Glory; Edited by Allan Nevins. Foreword by President Lyndon B. Johnson

by Kennedy, John F. [Jacqueline Kennedy]

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New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1964. Limited Edition / First Edition. Leather bound. Near fine. Deluxe limited edition of The Burden and the Glory by President John F. Kennedy, signed by First Lady Jackie Kennedy.. Octavo, xvii, [3], 293pp. Deluxe blue morocco binding, title in gilt on spine, presidential seal stamped in gilt on front cover. Marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Light wear to spine, as is typical with this binding. In publisher's marbled slipcase, felt lined interior, solid binding, rubbing to lower panel and tips. (Newcomb, 2) Signed on front flyleaf: "Jacqueline Kennedy." From a limited edition of 100 copies, printed the year following President Kennedy's death in Dallas, Texas. A handful of copies of the deluxe edition were personally inscribed and distributed by Jackie Kennedy, with others given to attendees at the first John F. Kennedy Presidential Library fundraiser in 1964. This book is from the private collection of Helen Keyes (1922-1992), longtime Kennedy family… Read More
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My Senator and Me; A Dog's-Eye View of Washington, D.C.
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My Senator and Me; A Dog's-Eye View of Washington, D.C.

by Kennedy, Edward M. [George Voinovich]

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New York: Scholastic Press, 2006. First Edition, First Printing. Pictorial boards. Near fine/near fine. First edition of My Senator and Me: A Dog's-Eye View of Washington, D.C. by Senator Ted Kennedy, inscribed to fellow senator George Voinovich.. Quarto, [unpaginated]. Glossy pictorial covers. Stated "first edition" on copyright page. In the publisher's near fine dust jacket, touch of wear along top edge, bright illustrations. Inscribed on the front free endpaper: "For George and Janet, For the children in your lives. My best. Ted Kennedy / March 06." George V. Voinovich (1936-2016) was the 65th Governor of Ohio (1991-1998) and a United States Senator from Ohio (1999-2011).
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The Story Of The Films; As Told By Leaders Of The Industry To The Students Of The Graduate School...
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The Story Of The Films; As Told By Leaders Of The Industry To The Students Of The Graduate School of Business Administration, George F. Baker Foundation, Harvard University

by Kennedy, Joseph P.

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Chicago: A.W. Shaw Company, 1927. First Edition. Cloth. Fine/near fine. First edition of The Story Of The Films by Joseph P. Kennedy, in scarce first state dust jacket.. Octavo, xxi, 377pp. Green cloth, title stamped in gilt. Bookseller's small tag on front free endpaper. In publisher's near fine dust jacket, blue and silver foil, previous fold line on both flaps, light wear to top edge at spine, an exceptional example of this scarce jacket. This rare volume was edited by Joseph P. Kennedy, the father of President John F. Kennedy. At the time, Kennedy was the head of FBO Pictures. Notable contributors include director Cecil B. DeMille, Adolph Zukor (founder of Paramount Pictures), William Fox (founder of Fox Film Corporation), and Harry M. Warner (founder of Warner Bros.).
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Funeral Mass Program and Telegram Invitation

Funeral Mass Program and Telegram Invitation

by Kennedy, Robert F.

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New York: [St. Patrick's Cathedral], 1968. First Edition. Framed. Very good. Funeral mass program and Western Union telegram invitation to the funeral of Robert F. Kennedy, sent to the Assistant Attorney General after Kennedy's assassination in June 1968.. Black wood frame, white matte, full piece measures 11.25" x 18". Not examined outside frame. Light rubbing to frame, a near fine example. The Western Union telegram was sent on June 7, 1968, inviting Assistant Attorney General J. Walter Yeagley to the funeral mass at St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York City on Saturday, June 8, 1968. The telegram also invited him to attend the interment at Arlington National Cemetery the same day. The telegram is worn and folded, as it was used for admittance to the cathedral and cemetery. The recipient of this invitation, J. Walter Yeagley (1909-1990), served on the District of Columbia Court of Appeals from 1970-1984. Before his appointment to the Court of Appeals, he was Assistant Attorney General and director… Read More
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Signed Photograph: Harvard Classmate

Signed Photograph: Harvard Classmate

by Kennedy, Ted

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Office of Senator Edward Kennedy, 1976. Signed Photograph. Signed Photograph. Near fine. Photograph of Senator Ted Kennedy with Chicago banking executive Gene Heytow. Mahogany frame (18"x16"), gilt border, matted photograph, museum glass. Signed by Senator Ted Kennedy: "To Eugene Heytow, The years since Harvard have flow by. Good to see you again. Ted Kennedy. '76." Eugene P. Heytow (1934 - 2010) was a prominent Chicago banking executive, civic leader and political power broker. He was known for being an advocate for organized labor through this bank, the Amalgamated Bank of Chicago, which specialized in providing banking services to labor organizers. He was also a heavy investor in Midwestern riverboat casinos, combing his political influence and personal wealth to build gambling operations around Chicago . He was a close friend of Chicago mayor Richard J. Daley, Richard M. Daley and politicians across the political spectrum. He was known to keep a low profile in public, often refusing to have his… Read More
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Decisions For A Decade; Policies And Programs For The 1970s. Preface by George F. Kennan
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Decisions For A Decade; Policies And Programs For The 1970s. Preface by George F. Kennan

by Kennedy, Edward M.

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London: Michael Joseph, 1968. First English Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/very good. First English edition of Decisions for a Decade, signed by Senator Ted Kennedy.. Octavo, 222pp. Brown hardcover, title stamped in gilt on spine. Stated "first published in Great Britain by Michael Joseph, Ltd" on copyright page. No additional printings mentioned. Publisher's dust jacket with 35s net on front flap, very good condition, light soiling to yellow paper, bright illustrations. Signed by Senator Ted Kennedy on the title page. After the untimely death of his two older brothers, Senator Kennedy emerged as the torchbearer for the Kennedy Family. This book lays out his political ideology in late 1968.
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Decisions For A Decade; Policies And Programs For The 1970s. Preface by George F. Kennan
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Decisions For A Decade; Policies And Programs For The 1970s. Preface by George F. Kennan

by Kennedy, Edward M.

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Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc, 1968. Limited Edition. Leather bound. Fine. An inscribed limited edition of Decisions For A Decade by Senator Edward M. Kennedy.. Octavo, 222pp. Bound in red morocco, title in gilt on spine with decorative raised bands. Stated "First Edition" on the copyright page. Top edge gilt. Marbled end papers. Bound by The Harcourt Bindery for the personal use of Senator Edward Kennedy. There is no limitation page in this volume. (Newcomb, 239). Inscribed by Senator Ted Kennedy: "To Erik Axelson, With my deep appreciation and best wishes for the future. Ted Kennedy. April, 1971." From a small limited edition of leather-bound copies of Senator Ted Kennedy's first book.
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The Fruitful Bough; A Tribute to Joseph P. Kennedy
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The Fruitful Bough; A Tribute to Joseph P. Kennedy

by Kennedy, Edward M.

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U.S.A.: Printed by Halliday Lithograph Corporation, 1965. Privately Printed / Limited Edition. Cloth. Very good. The Fruitful Bough by Edward Kennedy, published for the Kennedy Family in 1965.. Octavo, xii, 288pp. Dark blue cloth, gilt title on spine, gilt title and family crest on cover. Light shelf wear to blue cloth, rubbing to tips of spine. Occasional foxing, no impact to text. Frontispiece portrait of Joe Kennedy. (Newcomb, 240) This copy is not signed.
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Why England Slept
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Why England Slept

by Kennedy, John F.

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New York: Wilfred Funk, Inc, 1940. First Edition, First Printing. Cloth. Near fine/very good. First edition, first printing of Why England Slept by John F. Kennedy.. Octavo, xxx, 252pp, [5]. Red cloth boards, title stamped in white over blue, light wear to top edge of spine. First printing, with no additional printings mentioned on the copyright page. Solid text block, free of any marks or notations. Offsetting to endpapers, light dust along top edge of text block. (Newcomb 10) In publisher's first state dust jacket, $2.00 price on front flap, blurb by Henry R. Luce on back panel and no mention of later printings on front panel. Chipping and light soiling to rear cover, closed tear to rear panel, faint toning to spine, a scarce dust jacket. "Why England Slept" originated from John F. Kennedy's senior thesis at Harvard University. Originally titled "Appeasement at Munich," Kennedy's work delved into the reasons for Britain's policy of appeasement towards Nazi Germany in the lead-up to World War II.… Read More
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The Fruitful Bough; A Tribute to Joseph P. Kennedy
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The Fruitful Bough; A Tribute to Joseph P. Kennedy

by Kennedy, Edward M.

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U.S.A.: Printed by Halliday Lithograph Corporation, 1965. Privately Printed / Limited Edition. Cloth. Near fine. The Fruitful Bough by Edward Kennedy, written in honor of his father, Joseph P. Kennedy and inscribed to a contributor to the book, Admiral Emery Scott Land, U.S.N.. Octavo, 288pp. Dark blue cloth, gilt title on spine, gilt title and family crest on cover. Light shelf wear to boards. (Newcomb, 240) Inscribed by Ted Kennedy to Admiral Emery Scott Land: "To Admiral Land, Who helped make The Fruitful Bough possible. With appreciation. Ted Kennedy / Sept 6, 1965." Admiral Emery S. Land (1879-1971) contributed a chapter to The Fruitful Bough, discussing with admiration the time he spent with Joe Kennedy on the United States Maritime Commission. Joe Kennedy was appointed by President Roosevelt to head the commission in 1936, before his appointment as United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom. Admiral Land was a fellow member of the commission and succeeded Joe Kennedy as chairman in 1938.… Read More
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Movie Script: PT 109; Screenplay by Richard L. Breen. Based on the book by Robert J. Donovan
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Movie Script: PT 109; Screenplay by Richard L. Breen. Based on the book by Robert J. Donovan

by [Kennedy, John F.] Breen, Richard L.

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Burbank, California: Warner Bros. Pictures Inc, 1962. Third Rev. Final. Wraps. Near fine. The shooting script for PT 109 by Richard L. Breen, the film version of John F. Kennedy's World War II survival story in the Solomon Islands.. Octavo, 134pp. Yellow printed covers, bound at spine with brass fasteners. Printed on heavy tissue paper. Free of any marks or production notes. Light wear to cover, some chipping along bottom edge. Text block is solid. A fine piece of film history. This film was adapted from the book titled PT 109: John F. Kennedy in World War II by Robert J. Donovan. The film adaptation was done by Vincent Flaherty and Howard Sheehan, with the screenplay written by Richard L. Breen. The movie starred Cliff Robertson as John F. Kennedy, along with the following Hollywood stars: Ty Hardin, James Gregory, Robert Culp, Grant Williams, and Robert 'Bobby' Blake. The film was released on June 19th, 1963 and was considered a commercial success. Kennedy saw the film and said it was a "good… Read More
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Profiles In Courage
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Profiles In Courage

by Kennedy, John

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New York: Harper & Brothers, 1956. First Edition / First Printing. Cloth. Near fine/very good. First edition, first printing of Profiles in Courage by John F. Kennedy, in the publisher's first state dust jacket.. Octavo, xix, 266pp. Blue cloth, black cloth spine, title in gold on spine. Stated "first edition" on copyright page, with "M-E" noting first printing. Light wear to tips of spine, offsetting to endpapers from dust jacket. Internally clean, free of marks or notations. In the publisher's first state dust jacket, $3.50 on front flap, with "In Courage" on cover in vibrant red, "No. 4622" on back panel and "No. 5922A" on bottom of front flap. Dust jacket in very good condition, with vibrant colors on front panel, wear at edges, light toning to spine. An attractive example.
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