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n.p. n.pub. [194-]. Approximately 3x3.5 inch card, printed one side, evenly toned. Lists wartime accomplishments of Irish-Americans, beginning "The first American soldier to kill a Jap was Mike Murphy, The first American pilot to sink a Jap battleship was Colin Kelly..." with five more examples, then concluding "The first son.....
Dublin: Sinn Féin, 1973. 12p., tabloid format newspaper, several termite holes going straight through, loss of a letter or two on each page, still readable; eight page centerfold supplement by the Irish Republican Clubs USA on Irish history. Pro-IRA newspaper with much on prisoners, Sinn Fein electoral campaign, etc.
San Francisco: the school, 1946. Hardcover. Unpaginated, standard yearbook format on glossy paperstock illustrated with b&w photos only; hardbound in titled 11x8 inch textured white cloth boards gilt-titled, edges are worn with tiny losses at head and tail, a marginal damp-ripple affects all leaves along top edge, else clean and.....
Ashland: Lewis Osborne, 1972. Hardcover. 84p., 7.5x11 inches, rubricated and decorated title page, foreword, vintage illustrations, hardbound in black openweave cloth boards, spine- and cover-titled gilt. Expect a light small stain to bottom edge and a sunned spine panel (titling remains legible), otherwise a very good copy of this limited...
Montreal: the society, 1992. Hardcover. 135, 15p. (Appendix), hardbound in velvety green boards with a printed period decoration laid down on the front cover. Signed by author on title page with a handwritten note opposite declaring this to be "copy 3 of 32". Nice item, clean and sound and quite...
New York: Random House, 1961. Hardcover. 118p., hardbound first edition in 8.5x5.5 inch clothbacked boards gilt in dust jacket. The dj is very nearly perfect, just a bit of edgewear next to the unclipped flap corner, a crease-line to leaf 21/22, no markings of any kind, a very good copy.
New York: Patrick J. Ford, Publisher, 1930-31. Magazine. 64p., 64p. & 32p., 8.25x11.25 inches, semi-coated paperstock throughout with double-column text and plenty of b&w photo-illustrations, magazines, somewhat worn with creasings and small chips, ex library with minimal accession / discard stamps. stapled pictorial wraps. Good-only copies, the 3 together. Find...
New York: Harrington Park Press/Southern Tier Editions, 2002. Hardcover. 243p., lightly-foxed edges otherwise a very good first edition in pictorial boards and clear mylar jacket. Southern Tier Editions: Gay Men's Fiction series, Jay Quinn, editor. Gay Irish-Catholic Southies up to no good and real good.