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Oakland: Oakland Museum, 1986. 111p., 10x7.5 inches, color illustrations and photos extensively captioned amidst running texts, very good first edition trade paperback catalog of the exhibition in pictorial black wraps. Titlepage bears a notice penned in neat italic that the item is a gift from senior curator Harvey Jones.
Bucharest: Arta Grafica, 1965. Paperback. Unpaginated, about fifty pages of color and b&w exhibit photography, with captioned reproductions recto-only, facing blank versos. Softbound in 7.5-inch-square color wraps. Fore margins affected by stain or age (front cover) and a heavy crease (back cover), otherwise good copy.
Indianapolis: the Templar Masons, 1925. 216p., coated paperstock throughout; 10x7 inch printed cardstock wraps are detached, re-attachable; yapp (overlapping) edges are worn and a little torn with a tiny chip, very serviceable copy but as is. Many many period mugshots. Not the (or one of the) notorious Templar tendencies.
London: Verso, 1995. vii, 226p., first wraps issue, trade-size softbound. Endsheet bears a datestamp, otherwise faint sings of handling, a very good copy. "Bram Stoker's sexual ethnology and the question of Irish nationalism," for starters. But it's more than just lit crit, another essay recounts how remote Brazilian tribes are.....
Boone: North Carolina Folklore Society, 1980. Three volumes [112p], 6x9 inches, photos, illustrations, plans, very good in original stapled pictorial wraps. The Society usually published only twice a year, May and November, but occasionally put out a special issue, usually in December but sometimes in summer.
Boone: North Carolina Folklore Society, 1980. Two volumes [92p.], 6x9 inches, photos, illustrations, plans, music transcriptions, very good in original stapled pictorial wraps. The Society usually published only twice a year, May and November, but occasionally put out a special issue, usually in December but sometimes in summer.
Bucurest: La Biblioteca Americana, 1979. Paperback. 209p., reproduced from keyboard-set text; softbound, 9x6.5 inch wraps with a binder's-tape spine as issued. One small corner of the binderstape has lifted up, edges are a little worn, a very good clean copy. First text is by Robert Coover, who appears to have.....