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    • THE FRIENDS OF THE BANCROFT LIBRARY, 1966
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    • Bibliographic details: Folio Illustrated with photographs, coloured frontispiece original green cloth decoratively stamped and lettered in gilt Includes extensive listing of the Weber papers, manuscripts, correspondence, maps, books, pictures and memorabilia, with an index newspaper clipping laid in Fine One of 700 copies designed and printed by Lawton and Alfred Kennedy Read more
    • THE DERRYDALE PRESS, (1937)
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    • Bibliographic details: Quarto Illustrated by Aiden L. Ripley original brown mottled cloth, ruled and lettered in gilt Inscribed "To Richard E. Danielson without whose early encouragement these tales would never have been written." PHB Spine gilt a quite dulled and ends a little rubbed, else fine Copy 5 of 950 copies, designed and printed by Eugene V. Connett [Siegel #115] Read more
    • THE PENN PUBLISHING COMPANY, (1936)
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    • Bibliographic details: Octavo Illustrated in colour and black and white by Roland V. Shutts original brown, patterned cloth decorated and lettered in gilt, upper edges stained brown, pictorial endpapers Spine gilt a little dulled and ends a little rubbed, else fine Inscribed and signed by the author to the writer of the foreword Read more
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    • BONANZA BOOKS, (1953)
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    • Bibliographic details: Quarto Illustrated by Paul Landacre original brown cloth lettered in gilt pictorial dust jacket (fine) “The sylva of western North America is the most impressive and humanly significant in the world. For here grows the tallest of all forest trees and the densest stands of merchantable timber. Foremost in the minds of even those who have never seen our Pacific coast the the two Sequoias -the California Bigtree and the Coast Redwood - which for age, girth, and height are unsurpassed. ...” from the dust jacket Fine With the bookplate of the noted California historian Roger Larson Read more
    • A.M. ROBERTSON, 1915
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    • Bibliographic details: Quarto original light green boards lettered in black, tan cloth spine Fine One of 525 copies, inscribed and dated by Sterling in the month of publication. The inscription reads: ‘For / Mrs. I. N. Walter, / with the sincere admiration / of a friend of Edgar (peixotto?)and /Albert (Bender?). George Sterling. / San Francisco, / Nov. 19th, 1915.’ [BAL 18762] Read more
    • LEDERLE LABORATIES, 1987
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    • Bibliographic details: Quarto Illustrated original blue cloth lettered in black and gilt, publishers paper chemise This classic in medical literature, although English, became the most influential ethical feature in the history of American Medicine. In 1791, the board of trustees of the Manchester Infirmary in Manchester, England asked one of their most respected members to draw up a code of conduct for the staff. That member was Thomas Percival, a physician, philanthropist, man of science and letters, and student of medical and ethical questions. Percival wrote the code for the Manchester Infirmary and went on t... Read more
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    • BEVERLY TUCKER, 1857
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    • Bibliographic details: Volume VII only Large quarto Illustrated with than 8 plates of scenery, 12 paleontology plates, 14 plates of geology, 2 coloured maps (folding): Geological Plan ...San Francisco to Los Angeles and Geologic Plan...Rio Grande to Pimas Villages (a little creased and with light tears where affixed), and 8 botanical plates original black cloth decoratively stamped in blind, lettered in gilt on spine Senate, 33rd Congress, 2nd Session, Executive Document 78. Jefferson Davis was Secretary of War at the time of the Survey expedition. A large number of issues surrounding the whole project existed st... Read more
    • FINE ARTS PRESS, [1934]
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    • Bibliographic details: Small folio light green wrappers lettered in gilt Wrappers lightly browned at edges and spine, else fine One of 125 copies printed for private distribution only, at the Fine Arts Press. With the bookplate of John Haskell Kemble. Inscribed and signed by Wagner Read more
    • DOROTHY SLOAN- RARE BOOKS, INC, 2003
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    • Bibliographic details: Quarto Profusely illustrated both in colour and black and white blue wrappers lettered in gilt The extensively documented collection of Daniel Volkmann, containing a complete collection of the Zamorano 80, was sold individually at auction in San Francisco in February 2003. The collection was one of the very few complete collections of all 80 items and afforded collectors a rare opportunity to obtain scarce items of Californiana Fine Read more
    • THE VIKING PRESS, 1939
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    • Bibliographic details: Octavo Frontispiece portrait and other illustrations blue cloth spine lettered in gilt over yellow cloth boards pictorial dust jacket (glued to a carrier of paper, some loss of paper at spine ends and corners) Top edges a little dust soiled, else fine With a lengthy inscription dated De. 39, and signature of Knud Merrild Read more
    • AUGUST 25, 1913
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    • Bibliographic details: 8.5" x 11" single letter sized sheet of paper letterhead in black, typed in black, signature in black ink Offsetting due to another sheet laid on top, long narrow piece lacking at bottom right, cello residue on back Read more
    • AUGUST 28, 1897
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    • Bibliographic details: 8.5" x 11" single letter sized sheet of paper, letterhead in black, typed in blue, signed by the president in black ink, red rubber stamp at top front corner, red stamped endorsement on the back signed in ink To: "Sir" stating that in addition to present duties the recipient, Oliver D. Norton, U. S. N., is permitted to take a course in practical bacteriology at the U. S. Navel Laboratory. "Naval Laboratory and Department of Instruction Brooklyn, N. Y. Aug 30, 1897 P.A. Surgeon, U. S. N." Crease marks of original folding, very scarce spotting, cello tape residue to back not effecting text, e... Read more
    • 1898
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    • Bibliographic details: 16mo yellow wrappers sewn in yellow, lettered in black, with admission card laid in Invitation to an instrumental concert and program of speeches celebrating the California Golden Jubilee. Admission card to the Golden Jubilee Reception by the Society of California Pioneers at Pioneer Hall on the evening following the concert Fine Read more
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