Refine search resultsSkip to search results
Seattle: The Walter O. Evans Foundation for Art and Literature and the University of Washington, 1999. Paperback. 165p., 9.5x10.5 inches, profusely illustrated with color and b&w illustrations of the works from the Evans collection, very good first edition trade paperback catalog in pictorial wraps.
Springfield: Charles C. Thomas, Pub. 1957. Hardcover. xiii, 171p., frontis-portrait, small correction in first page of text, synonyms (with hand-corrections in ink) references, notes, index, illustrated with graphic b&w medical photos of patients, some handwritten corrections in early pages otherwise a good first edition in green pebbled cloth boards and.....
New York: Health Policy Advisory Center of the Institue for Policy Studies, 1968-1978. Seventy-eight issues of the bulletin, spanning the period from June 1968 to February 1978. Various pagination, all until Number 56 7 x 11 inches, Number 56 and after all 8.5 x 11 inches. The first six issues...
San Francisco: Phillips & Van Orden Co., 1919. Hardcover. 91p., frontis-portrait, personal inscription signed by author, very good first edition in decorated tan cloth boards. Celebrations of San Francisco in poetry, blank verse done in pseudo Native American, plainly inspired by Longfellow's Hiawatha.
various: various, 1980s-1990s. Two handwritten notes signed by Cantwell, one on a small leaflet advertising his book "The Cancer Microbe" and the other on a reproduction of the cover for his paperback book "AIDS: the mystery and the solution" a two-page photocopy of his article "AIDS Bio-warfare, an unsigned letter.....
Philadelphia: Blanchard and Lea, 1862. xvi+655p., (pp.1-32 comprise the catalog at rear), editor's preface, prefaces to third and fourth editions, preliminary observations, footnotes, appendix, illustrated throughout with wood-engravings, minor foxing, full calf with black leather label gilt, binding dampstained and very worn, lowest inch of backstrip is missing.
no city, Oklahoma: Oklahoma Historical Society, 1949. Staplebound offprint, coated paperstock throughout with b&w period photography and text, 9x6 inch titled decorated wraps, slight dust-soil and mild signs of handling, good copy. First plate is an aerial view of the buildings and grounds in 1922, in Tulsa.
New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1969. Hardcover. xxi, 280p., illustrated with lab photos, first edition green cloth in dust jacket. Casing near-immaculate, textblock top edge faintly dust-soiled, while the jacket is edgeworn with misfoldings, tiny chips and verso tape-repair; jacket is now presentable in an archival-grade brodart to size...