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Los Angeles: World's Fair Association and Bureau of Information Print, 1893. Trade Paperback. 112p. 5.75x9 inches, color map, photos, tables, very good paperback in pictorial wraps. Produced for the 1893 Chicago World's Fair (see image of the California Building on rear cover). Great front cover illustration. Covers somewhat soiled and.....
San Francisco: Relocation Consultants, 1981. Magazine. 36p. includes covers, 8.25x10.75 inches, populations, housing, rentals, food, entertainment, parks, transit, taxes, illustrated with color photos, figures and tables, maps, very good booklet in stapled pictorial wraps with wraparound photo of the Golden Gate Bridge. Interesting look back at nearly 40 years ago.....
Boston: Marshall Jones Company, 1910. Total of 1.476 pages in eight volumes, the last volume including an index to the whole series. 10.75 x 8 inch boards in green buckram with gilt titles, gilt edges. Quite a sound and good looking set. Two later volumes, on Alaska and India, were.....
Havana: the proprietor, no date, circa late 1930s. Single small leaf folded once to make a 4p. handout of about 6x3.5 inches. Front and back printblocks are identical, the doublefold within describes the three-hour tour and is composed as a single printblock. Presswork on light blue paper, illustrated with a......
San Mateo, CA: California State Automobile Association, 1951. Magazine. 27p, 5.75x8.75 inches, photos of several Missions, auto accidents, landscapes etc., lightly-worn digest-size magazine in stapled pictorial pink and white wraps with two-inch tear at top of spine, mildly soiled. CSAA's monthly magazine - Visit the old Missions of CA.
New York: Random House, 1956. Hardcover. 182p., very good third printing in attractive decorative black cloth boards and price-clipped dj. Capote's narrative of the US production of Porty and Bess' trip to the Soviet Union, the first American theatrical company to travel there during the cold war.
New York: Vantage Press, 1976. Hardcover. 126p., preface, personal inscription signed by the author, very good first edition in cloth boards and unclipped dj with minor egewear. Self-published memoir of a Mad Woman (advertising executive) and her trips on a cargo ship fitted-out for passengers.
Martinez: self-published, 1992. v, 170p., forword, illustrated with photos and drawings, very good first edition self-published trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Lengthy personal inscription drawing attention to several pages in the text (which are marked) indicating that the inscribee was part of the stories. Signed by the Martinez-based author...