Portland, OR: Columbia University, 1926. Paperback. 7 issues, various paginations, 6.25x9.5 inches, a few scattered illustrations and photos, This set represents the end of the 1925-1926 school year, skipping the summer months July-September when the publcation did not print, and includes the first half of the 1926-1927 school year.
Seattle: US Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, 2005. xiii+342p., 12x8.5 inches oblong, abstract, summary, background, purpose, affected environment, etc, etc, appendices, glossary, bibliography, index, heavily illustrated with b&w and color photos, maps, graphs, charts, tables etc., very good in original spiralbound pictorial wraps. Press release and color newsletter...
Seattle: ParaTheatrical Research, 1991-1994. Five issues of the tabloid newspaper-format journal, pages toned, one issue with a closed tear at the outer edge of the fold. Numbers present are vol. 1 no. 2, vol. 2 nos. 1 and 4, vol. 3 no. 2, and vol. 4 no. 2. Mixture of local arts and poetry with some neo-Pagan material.
San Francisco / Los Angeles: The Peck-Judah Co., 1917. Pamphlet. 64p., small staplebound pamphlet printed on (mostly) alkaline india-paper (better than newsprint, anyway) with slick monochrome wraps. Plenty of ads and several route maps and city plats. A poorish copy, unfortunately; the very worn cover is nearly detached from the...
Seattle: North Cascades Conservation Council, 1969-73. Ten issues of the staplebound newsletter, each 9.5x7 inches, mild handling wear, generally very good. Issues present are June-July 1969, Feb/March, May, June/July, Aug/Sept. 1970, Feb/March, April/May, Aug/Sept, Oct/November 1972, and June/July 1973. Some issues have penciled notations in the corner of the rear...
San Francisco: produced by Lewis and Dorothy Allen at The Allen Press for The Book Club of California, 1955. Hardcover. 79p., frontis-map, introduction, footnotes, very good first limited edition thus (originally printed in 1830) limited to 350 copies bound in 10x6.5 inch grey-blue paper boards decorated with minuscule Cyrillic texts...
Omaha: Union Pacific Railroad, no date, circa 1920. Pamphlet. 47p., coated paperstock throughout, with b&w photography, sketches and line maps. Softbound pamphlet in 10x7 inch decorated stapled wraps. Slightest edgewear, clean and sound, a very good copy. Date guessed at from automobiles pictured.
Seattle: Citizens to Retain Fair Employment, 1978. Two six-panel brochures opposing the initiative that would amend Seattle's Fair Employment and Open Housing ordinances to remove prohibitions against discrimination by sexual orientation. Some emphasis of the threat to straight people, as no proof of gay conduct would be required.