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San Francisco: The Mint, 1974. Single 8.5x14 inch sheet printed with text on one side only, two folds, heavy toning to right edge otherwise very good. Includes prize list, rules and information and an application form. The Great Tricycle Race was a charity event begun in 1972 by the Mint.....
Milano: the club, 1912. Hardcover. A bound year with the fabulous color covers retained, in attractive cloth: 720p. of coated alkaline paperstock plus extensive ad sections (unpaginated) and subscriber/membership sections (roman numerals, these run over twenty pages) on newsprint. Some ads embellished with spot-color lettering and imagery. Articles are illustrated.....
New York: St. Martin's Press, 2004. Hardcover. 233p., very good first edition, first printing stated in boards and bright unclipped dj. Author Adachi (Japanese father, Hungarian mother) was a bike messenger in the Big Apple and taught English as a foreign language. The heroine of his novel is a Korean/Japanese.....
Portland: Cantankerous, . Paperback. [60p.], very good in wraps, 5.5x7 inches. Takes facsimiles of original Portland police reports from the crackdown on Critical Mass (1993-2005), and turns parts of them into mad libs. A key at the end supplies the words used in the original reports.
New York: St. Martin's Griffin, 2003. Paperback. xv, 287p., personal inscription signed by the author, Hag Anthem, very good first trade paperback edition, first printing stated in pictorial wraps. Butch bike messenger Jim leaves her girlfriend and San Francisco for NYC to get clean of drugs.
Novato: Cottonwood Press, 1989. 50p., softbound in 8x5 inch decorated wraps; introduction, brief history, illustrations, numerous line-drawn maps. Reader will find check-marks next to places previous owner visited, otherwise very good in original pictorial wraps. Personal inscription signed by the author.
San Mateo: Liberation Publications, 1984. Magazine. 54p., + 40p. pink Classifieds section, news, opinion, photos, ads, reviews, magazine format tabloid newspaper in stapled color pictorial wraps lightly-worn on newsprint. Bush on the Gay Vote 1984. Toby Johnson on Aging. Rod Nelson cycles through China. Plowright photography.
Ho Chi Minh City: Ho Chi Minh General Publishing House, 2004. Hardcover. Unpaginated, perhaps 90 or 100 pages with captioned color site and portrait photos (some in calculated sepia), with brief introductory and terminal comments by the photographer. Small hardbound 7.5 inches square in laminated pictorial boards, dust jacket and.....
Philadelphia: I.D. Ware, Publisher Coach-makers' International Journal, 1872. Original issue, re-cased: xiv, 368p., plus 32p period parts ads. Ex Library (provenance on request), minimal markings within, cased into brown buckram boards with utilitarian spine titling and too-bright Dewey decimals. Illustrated with numerous white-on-black plates and vignettes and, as a sort.....