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Philadelphia: the university, 1916. 139-200p., coated paperstock, site and exhibit photos, perfectbound 10x7 inch self-wraps with photodecoration. Spinefold is somewhat abraded with a long chip, private library stamps, good copy. Memorial for Eckley Coxe, museum administration problems, the Asian holdings, Chines statuary, Ishtar's journey to hell, the Bagobo.
Selangor: published for the Asia Society by the Union Cultural Organization, 1971. Paperback. viii, 136p., 8.25x10 inches, preface, bios, galleries, appendixes, illustrated with b&w and color plates. Softbound; covers are creased and edgeworn, spine panel sunned to white and bears pale hand-lettering, an otherwise good first edition.
London: Heinemann, 1971. Hardcover. ix, 266p., illustrated with b&w photography (and color pix on the dust jacket), hardbound first edition in 8.5x5.5 inch medium blue cloth boards gilt and dj. Extremities of casebinding are a little worn and there's a small ownership signature ("Jimbo") on front free endsheet; the jacket.....
Middlesex England: Penguin Books, 1973. Mass Market Paperback. ix, 301p., illustrated with b&w photography (fewer photos than the clothbound issue), small paperback in 7x4 inch wraps. Front cover (with color portrait) is very good, back cover bears a sharp vertical crease and a little crimping. Paperstock is toned throughout, evenly.....
Delhi: Macmillan India, 1996. xii, 310p., wraps. This joint project of the Japanese Institute for International Affairs, the Institue of the America's and UCSD' Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies and the Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies focuses primarily on the US and Japan.
Amherst: Humanity Books, an imprint of Prometheus Books, 2009. Paperback. 359p., trade paperback original, first edition with color cover by artist Jesse Lindsay and two uncredited color plates in the text. Autographed by Williams, fine copy. From p.149: "Somehow we need evils in variety and profusion.. This cunning world substitutes.....
Los Angeles: Chinese Historical Society of Southern California, 2004. xv, 227p., high-gloss paperstock throughout with a CD in rear pocket, numerous period portrait photos in sepia, b&w and color, first edition 10.3x10.1 inch openweave cloth boards gilt in glossy decorated dust jacket. A lower corner just perceptably turned, a fine.....