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New York: Random House, 1953. Hardcover. 182p., frontis-photo, production stills throughout, name in ink, good-only first US edition in boards with production still tipped to the front cover, in edgeworn, unclipped dj chipped at head of spine. Young 85*. Basis of the Deborah Kerr film.
Paris: Fémina Théåtre Robert Anderson et Roger-Ferdinand, 1957. Magazine. 40p., 7x11 inches, illustrated with production stills, lightly-worn stapled magazine with the full text of the play in French, orange pictorial wraps creased and rubbed. This production starred Ingrid Bergman as "Laura Reynolds," and there are five production stills that show.....
Las Cruces: Creative Writing Center of New Mexico State University, 1974. Paperback. 112p., illlustrations, texts in English and Spanish, very good trade paperback journal in green printed wraps with sunned spine. Mei-Mei Berssenbrugge was born in Beijing and went on to win the American Book Award. Interview with playwright Mark.....
Norwalk CT: The Easton Press, 1983. Hardcover. 117p., rubricated titlepage, marginal cues and Picasso's smaller illustrations (which are quite numerous; every page is in two colors, red and black), with six fullpage Picasso plates excellently reproduced as black linework on grey tint-blocks. Hardbound in 11x8.5 inch boards furnished entirely in.....
Lipsiae [Leipzig]: Sumtu Siegfr. Lebr. Crusii, 1782. 188p., Greek text on calendared paperstock (alkaline, only slightly toned) with subscribed Latin commentary printed double-column in smallpoint. A remarkable clean sound copy with two original blanks, re-cased into dark green buckram boards with brown leather spine label gilt. No ownership marks or.....
Chicago: Empty Closet Ent. 1992. Magazine. 76p., 8.5x11 inches, directory of addresses and numbers for various women in the arts broken down by musicians, songwriters, theatre artists, producers, distributors etc., photos, illustrations, very good booklet in stapled blue pictorial wraps. Includes the unknown and the famous, like Elizabeth Taylor.
San Francisco: Franklin Bowles Galleries, 2004. Paperback. 78p., 8.5x11 inches, introduction, essay, curriculum vitae, catalogue, index, fine monograph illustrated with color plates several of which fold-out, trade paperback in black pictorial wraps. Spanish abstract painter and theatrical designer.
New York: Random House, 1955. ix, 368p., archival and personal photos, hardbound, later printing: decorated clothbacked boards in a bright red dust jacket. Spine panel has a faint reader's crease, jacket has a little edgewear and spine is fractionally sunned, still pretty bright. A very good copy.
San Francisco: Artfull Circle Theatre, . 11x17 inch handbill/program folded to 8.5x11 inches, illustration of Mae West, W.C. Fields etc. by M. Grove, cast and crew bios, song titles, history of the theatre, upcoming season, two fold creases and some wear. The cast list includes Ann Drogynous as Mae West.....
San Francisco: Asian American Theater Company, 1986-1997. Seven posters, generally around 11x17 inches, very good with the occasional corner crease or edgewear. Five are cheaply printed, but the posters for Wendy Sodetani's "Obon: Festival of the Dead" and Velina Hasu Houston's "Thirst" are more handsomely printed.
San Francisco: Asian American Theater Company, 1989. Single sheet poster 10x16 inches, illustration of a wall and red & whote stripes of an American flag on glossy white stock. "When You're At Home With Yourself, That's When the War's Over." Barroga was temporary artistic director for TnT in the'90s.
San Francisco: Asian American Theater Company, 1989. Single sheet poster 13.5x19.5 inches, illustration of two boxers fighting in blue on white, text in yellow and white, very good on heavy semi-glossy stock. "The time is 1940. The place, Puukolii, Maui. Two brothers try to box and punch their way out.....
San Francisco: Asian American Theater Company, 1982. Single sheet poster 11x17 inches, illustration of two masks on dark purple on a light blue thin paper stock. Early collaboration by two of the most influential Asian American playwrights/directors of the 1970s-present. Poster from the World Premier.