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Norwich, CT: Wm. Faulkner, 1833. 704p., fourth edition ('revised, corrected and improved'), staining and foxing throughout, full calf casing is exceedingly rubbed and worn with a torn head (yet still intact and handleable), spine label present but illegible. The autobiography of one of the great itinerants of the second great.....
Novato: Cottonwood Press, 1989. 50p., softbound in 8x5 inch decorated wraps; introduction, brief history, illustrations, numerous line-drawn maps. Reader will find check-marks next to places previous owner visited, otherwise very good in original pictorial wraps. Personal inscription signed by the author.
Milwaukee: The Bruce Pub. Co., 1945. xiii+290p., preface, title page map, illustrated with photos, very good first edition in a worn dj. The Science and Culture Series, Rev. Joseph Husslein, S.J., Ph.D., General Editor. Inscribed, signed and dated 1946 by the author, a San Francisco-based Jesuit priest and authority on.....
Berkeley: Fernwell and Associates, 1997. Trade Paperback. vi, 96p., scattered illus., inscribed by the African American poet, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Poetry and prose descriptions of the city and its people by the African American poet and tour guide.
San Juan Capistrano: Downtown Merchants, no date. 12 panel brochure folded to 3.5x8.5 inches, history of San Juan Capistrano with a fold-out elevated map of the shopping district by Eding which displays various shops, restaurants and hotels, on rear panel a simple map of directions between Los Angeles and Tijuana.....
Philadelphia / Richmond VA: Published by Benjamin Warner, William Greer, Printer. 1818. 331, 298p., duodecimo 5.5x3.5 inch polished calf boards in matching design, edgeworn, foxed, all hinges and joints are cracked, spine panels chipped, no legible titling, and v.I has cracked-through readers' creases to spine panel (though textblocks are sound).....
Gerona: Dalmau Carles y Comp.--Editores, 1914. Paperback. 284p., illustrated with vignette b&w photos and ads (fuzzily reproduced), fancy map in colors (with near-illegible legends), softbound in 6.5x4.5 inch decorated wraps. Cover somewhat edgeworn, paperstock toned, rear wrap has begun to split at the joint; a good-only copy.
Tien-Tsin (Tianjin): Librairie Française, 1937. 347p., hardcover, very good. Small, contemporaneous bookseller's label of the French Bookstore in Beijing inside the rear cover. An overview of the sights and people of Beijing, with occasional black and white photos. Includes an advertisement section at the rear.