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Vitoria (Espana): Editores: Heraclio Fournier, 1952. Paperback. 120p., each page panelled in blue, line-drawn illustrations of cards and "hands;" softbound in 5.5x4 inch color-decorated wraps, spine and overlapping edges a bit worn, mild dust-soil and faint foxing to endsheets, a good copy.
Paris: Printed by E. Desfosses-Neogravure [for the state], 1936, 1949. Pamphlet. Respectively  and p., both items are 10x8 inch pamphlets, staplebound. The 1936 piece is illustrated in b&w with facsimiles of documents establishing the game and remarkably clear small photogravures from various periods; somewhat handled and dusty with a......
Peoria, ILL: Archarena Co., 1899. 40p., stapled pictorial wraps, 6.75 x 4 inches, illus., wraps worn, a few small stains on front wrap, 1/2 inch closed tear along spine, staples rusted, small section torn out of front wrap which extends through to page 6, a reading copy only. The front.....
San Francisco: the newspaper, 1987. Single issue of the tabloid format newspaper, evenly toned, otherwise very good, 23 pages. Published by associates of the Kerista commune, with articles reflecting the polyfidelic sexual aspect of the group as well as issues like self-esteem. Centerfold is the Gestalt-O-Rama board game.
Ulaanbaatar: Sukhbaataryn nermzhit khevleliin kombinat, 1963. Pamphlet. 55p., illustrated wraps, text in Mongolian, pages curled in upper right corner. Ownership signature inside front cover. Booklet on children's games and playground equipment, with each textual entry facing a page with a line drawing of the equipment or the activity described.
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1940. Paperback. vii, 109p., sewn signatures, two line-drawn maps, text reproduced from double-column typed ms. Softbound in plain printed cardstock covers with black binder's-tape backstrip; paperstock is a little toned, with a textblock gap at pp.80/81 (one sees the threads, but these are holding); clean.....
Oahu: United States Army, undated, mid-1950s to early 60s. Single cardstock leaf, 7x4 inches, printed in blue and red inks and folded (once) to make a scorecard with rules of play; mildly edgeworn with corner-tip crumple-lines and faintest touch of dust. Quite a nice look to this, and it has.....
[San Francisco]: Self-published by the author, 1971. Pamphlet. 69p., 5.5x8.5 inches, staplebound booklet in stapled pictorial wraps, inscribed by the author to "Bro. Peter, whose rap is better than his chess game." The author constructed crossword puzzles for Essence, and his shaped or "concrete" poems reflect this aptitude.