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Seoul: Haep'yong Yun Ssi Taedongbo Kanhaeng Wiwonhoe, 1983. Four large hardcover volumes, averaging around 1,000 pages apiece, very good in original slipcases, text in Korean. Handsome genealogical treatise. A 2005 edition appeared in six volumes, but this is the complete 1983 edition.
Honolulu: Honolulu Academy of Arts, . unpaginated, 8.25x5.25 inches oblong, introduction, illustrated with a floorplan of the building and b&w photos of the art and buildings, very good in original stapled pictorial wraps. Booklet about the history of the academy with budget, attendance and contact information. To judge from the.....
Lampung, Indonesia: Hua Lien Middle School, 2003. 39p., fully illustrated glossy brochure discussing the Chinese-Indonesian school's history, introducing its staff, etc. 8x12 inches. Congratulatory messages and ads occupy a significant portion of the publication. Text is mostly in Chinese with some Bahasa portions. Music and lyrics to school anthem also.....
Berkeley: International House, 1931. 31p., sepia site and portrait photography on coated paper with spot color framing; 10x6.8 inch decorated wraps; heel slightly bumped, a very good copy but ex libris: cased into library boards with minimal accession apparatus and a "withdrawn" stamp; wraps preserved, booklet slightly trimmed but otherwise.....
Washington DC: International Campaign for Tibet, 2007. 44p., slender paperback pamphlet, very good. "Interpreting Tibet' gives a reality check on the sights of Lhasa, exploring how both China's assertions of power and Tibetan expressions of identity are revealed in the architecture of the city, as well as the reality behind.....
Tokyo: National Museum of Modern Art, 1984. Paperback. 238p., coated paperstock throughout with captioned color reproductions, mostly full-page, dual-language introductory text and captions; softbound book in 9.5x9.5 inch decorated cardstock wraps, slightest edgewear, a near-fine copy. Terminal half-dozen pages display prize holdings in European work (a fine Picasso, Chagall, Rousseau.....
San Francisco: Department of the Pacific Area Golden Gate International Exposition, 1938. 30p., 5.5x8.5 inches, introduction, essay, bibliography, very good pamphlet in stapled wraps with very slight coverwear. Pacific House Bibliography No. 1. Divided into sections: Race & Migration; Crafts, Industries & their products;Design; Architecture etc.
East Palo Alto; Mountain View: The Pacific Studies Center, 1969-1982. Twenty-six issues of the newsletter, later simply titled "Pacific Research," all 8.5x11 inches, staplebound; staples rusting on some issues, several with marginalia. Issues present are vol. 1 no. 1, vol. 2 no. 6, vol. 4 no. 4, vol. 5 no.....
[Bangkok]: [Royal Institute], 1961. Nine folded maps of Thailand bound between pebbled green covers with gilt titles; bound with cord. Boards are mildly worn, more so at upper right corner; the maps are generally in very good condition, with occasional corner splits at folds. All text in Thai.
Singapore: Spink Singapore Pte Ltd, 1997. Paperback. 51p., wraps, 8.25 x 11.75 inches, chiefly illustrations, very good condition with price list laid in. Catalogue for a sale of Buddhist art from China, India, Southeast Asia, Japan, Tibet, Nepal, Mongolia, and Buriatia held at the Spink Singapore in 1997.
Washington, DC: the Gallery, 1966. Eight-panel fold-out work, Chinese calligraphy and color motifs with discursive text in English on religious themes by the Taiwan-born artist. Bound in red boards, edgeworn, now almost completely split along spine. Published for an exhibition that ran from Sept. 10 to 30, 1966.