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Ukiah: Mendocino County Historical Society, 1979. 24p., 8.5x11 inches, text typewriter-set and xeroxed doubleside on standard leaves, illustrated with a few period photographs and a lot of poorly-rendered sketches. Softbound first edition in green copyshop wraps with plain binder's tape spine, front cover has a bad corner crease which has...
Ukiah: Mendocino County Historical Society, Inc., 1976. Paperback. 16p., text typewriter-set and xeroxed doubleside on standard leaves, illustrated with period photographs. Softbound first edition in 11x8.5 inch copyshop wraps with plain binder's tape spine, clean and sound, a very good copy. Monograph no. 11.
n.p. Dhammapuja Fund, 2010. 140 pages, very good paperback. "On the auspicious occasion that Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery, California, U.S.A., is celebrating its new monks' utility building, the Bhikkhu Commons, on July 4, 2010, the Dhammapuja Fund has respectfully sought and received kind permission from our 6 ajahns to publish a....
Fort Bragg: Mendocino Lithographers, for The Greenwood Hobbyists, 1991. 47p., illustrated with several period photos on inserted coated stock and the matte cover photo; third printing of a 1980 first, per a rubberstamp addendum, 11x8.5 inch staplebound wraps, light external dust and handling, a very good copy. Settlers most European...
Little River, CA: The Abalone Press, 1994. 100p., illust.; this "perfectbound" book is beginning to come apart, so far title page only is loose. Wraps somewhat shelfworn. Inscribed and signed by Ole Hervilla, the Finnish-American founder of the historic inn. Laid in is a nice color postcard reproducing a very...
Little River: Abalone Press, 1994. 100p., illustrated with photos, signed by author and inscribed, first edition in pictorial wraps. A number of movies were shot in the vicinity, the casts usually eating at Little River. Julie Harris offered to help during a waitress shortage, James Dean ("East of Eden") was...
Fort Bragg: Mendocino County Historical Society, Inc., 1979. Paperback. 73, iii p., text typewriter-set and xeroxed doubleside on standard leaves, illustrated with period photographs. Softbound first edition in 11x8.5 inch copyshop wraps with plain binder's tape spine, clean and sound, a very good copy. Monograph no. 12.
Ukiah: Mendocino County Historical Society, Inc, 1981. 42p., text typewriter-set and xeroxed doubleside on standard leaves, plenty of period photography fairly well reproduced (horses, barns, wagons and landscapes). Softbound in 11x8.5 inch copyshop wraps with plain binder's tape spine, clean and sound, a very good copy. Monograph 14.
Annapolis / Mendocino, CA: An Apple Press, 1981 - 1988. A broken run consisting of v.I nos. 1,2; v.III nos. 2,3; v.IV nos. 2,3,4; v.V nos. 1,2; v.VI nos. 1,3; v.VII n.4. Very pleasant productions on matte alkaline stock, averaging some forty pages, staplebound 10x7 inch sketch-decorated wraps. Scattered pressure...
Kenwood, CA: The Eden Project, 2000. 20p., staplebound booklet, corners cut (as issued), very good. "The Eden Project is to create a 1,600 acre land based Permaculture Eco-Village Community in the mountains of Northern Mendocino County in Northern California..." Outlines the hoped-for community.
Santa Cruz: University of California, Santa Cruz, 1981. Paperback. xv, 296p., text reproduced from keyboard-set mss and illustrated with line maps, charts and some b&w photography; oblong paperbound in 8.5x11 inch map-decorated wraps. Mild edgewear, sound and clean, a very good copy. Experimental field program publication no. 6. Big River...
Gualala, CA: printed for the festival by Copy Plus, 2007. 17p., slick coated paperstock throughout with "live" sketch portraits of readers and performers, 8.5x5.5 inch staplebound wraps, slightly abraded spinefold, very good. Features Ronald Sauer, Rebecca Peters, QR Hand, Fionna Perkins, Janet DeBar, blake more and Leo Barton, poets, and...
Albuqurque: Sun Books, 1976. 48p., 8.5x11 inches, essays by William Henry Bishop, Thomas Magee and Charles Nordhoff, vintage illustrations, somewhat worn and faded first printing in original pictorial wraps that were issued blue, now fading to green. The "Old/100 Years Ago" Series assembled from Harper's 1883, Harper's 1873, and Scribner's 1873.