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Madrid: Editorial Camarasa, 1942. 196p., letterpress on curious grey paperstock, 6.6x4.6 incheswraps with armless Christ printed red and black, city in the background, trimmed rather too close unfortunately, rebound in library buckram, ex libris in uglified buckram, title page pencilled (probably erasible) . The paperstock is sometimes misfolded and before.....
Venice: Stamperia di Venezia editrice, circa 1966, when first published in Italian. Paperback. 143, xxvii [documents]p., numerous site and instrument photos plus floorplans &c; an upright softbound in 8.5x4.5 inch photo-decorated glossy wraps. A bit edgeworn with light corner-creasing, free of any marks within, a good copy.
Santa Fe: Self-published by the author, undated, circa 2000. 75p. plus unpaginated index and bibliography, copyshop printing and binding (wire spiral under clear acetate cover leaf). Nice exemplar, no wear or damage or any markings. Laid in is a promotional sheet with Harry's Santa Fe address. His thesis concerns a......
New York: Centro Catolico de Pastoral para Hispanos del Nordeste, Inc., 1981. 64p., 5.5x8.5 inches, text in Spanish, introduction, lightly-used first edition booklet in stapled pictorial wraps with ownership label on cover. Monsignor Sanchez who wrote the introduction was the first US-born Hispanic Archbishop (later resigned due to a sex-scandal).....
Washington DC: Publications Office, United States Catholic Conference, 1978. Pamphlet. 25p., softbound in 8.5x5.5 inch stapled wraps. Titlepage and back cover bear a rubber-stamped ownership notice belonging to Germain Grisez, a lay theologian; else free of any markings, a sound clean copy.
St. Paul, MN: Guild Press, 1944. Hardcover. 160p., very good condition in a worn and chipped dj. "Authoritarian eutopia. Everything immoral (e.g. divorce) is illegal." *p. 112 in Lyman Tower Sargent's British and American utopian literature, 1516-1975, an annotated bibliography. Partly based on the theology of Pope Pius XII...