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Oakland: Kennedy Art Center Gallery /Holy Names College, 1999. Unpaginated, some 19 full-color exhibit images from photography, printed announcement leaf with map to gallery laid in, 8.2x6 inch cardstock wraps. A very good copy. Astronomically themed works by the Bay Area-based Korean immigrant artist.
Seoul: T'uranno, 2005. 335p., very good in wraps, text in Korean, inscribed on front endpaper. The author co-founded the Christian Association for Medical Mission to provide food, clothing, and medical care, including the establishment of a hospital in Pyongyang. This book describes his work to aid North Koreans.
New York: Exposition Press, 1967. 119p., hardcover, signed by the author in English and Hanja; minor stain to cover, spine ends rubbed, ownership signature, generally very good. Lectures on current events, the public good, and faith in the future, given by the Korean-American professor at Missouri State Teachers College.
Honolulu: Bamboo Ridge Press, 1983. 196p., rubricated title page, trade-size decorated wraps; somewhat worn and handled, with reader's creasing. This copy is inscribed and signed on the ffep by the Korean American author, the inscribee's personal label adjacent, and the text is filled with her neat pencilled critical notes.