no place [presumably San Francisco]: Northern California Japanese Sword Club, 1978. Paperback. 22p. 8 1/2 x 11 in stapled wraps. Lightly soiled covers. Presented as a paper at the January, 1978 meeting of the Japanese Sword Club of Northern Califorbnia.Includes a total of 28 black and white 'figures' (photos or illustrations)interspresed with the text.
Oakland: Regent Press, 2003. 71p., preface, introduction, drawings, very good second edition in pictorial wraps. Poetry by the late editor of the San Francisco Oracle, who kept a shop on upper Grant Avenue (specializing in hats). His customers, to judge by these portrait poems, tended evidently to the eccentric.
Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire): organization, 2000. Snazzy white cloth sun hat with short cream brim, shows organization name inside blue map of DR Congo at front of hat with native shooting arrow through a red print SIDA, French slogan in red on sides of hat, appears unworn...
San Francisco: Cypress House, 2003. Hardcover. 138p., first printing. profusely illus. with color photos showing work by San Francisco's most prominent African American hatmaker, one of 1,000 copies of the limited edition inscribed and numbered by Garland-Dewson, 9x11.5 inches in landscape format. Flyer for reception for book laid in. Boards...
Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell International, 1992. Paperback. 93p., plus several pages of publishers' ads (other 'Scripta Minora'), printed on highly glazed paperstock throughout, softbound, a paperback in 9x6.5 inch plain printed wraps. Faintest signs of handling to cover, faint erasures on titlepage (another dealer's codes), a very good clean copy...
New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1917. Hardcover. x, 276p., frontis and twenty photographs by Lewis W. Hine on inserted coated stock (most of which show seamstresses amidst a multitude of chapeaux), very good first edition in green cloth boards & gilt. Minor edge wear; a clean, sound very good copy.