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    • H.D. SYMONDS AND J. WALKER, 1804
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    • Bibliographic details: Three volumes bound in four Thick quarto Illustrated with 418 plates, all present tan boards, green leather spines, printed paper labels on spines, top edge cut, others uncut and untrimmed The author discusses various traits and have illustrated those with portraits of well known personages, such as Albert [sic] Durer for instance, as well as unknowns and pure illustrations Boards and spines worn, labels, remnants of old cellotape repairs, edges browned, internally fine [Graesse IV, 126. Lowndes 1321] Read more
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    • MACMILLAN, 1917
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    • Bibliographic details: Octavo Frontispiece illustration in colour original red cloth, pictoirally stamped and lettered in black and gilt Spine a tad darkened with ends a bit rubbed, covers slghtly dust soiled, contemporary ink inscription on front free endpaper Read more
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    • HARPER & BROTHERS, (1923)
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    • Bibliographic details: Quarto Illustrated in colour by Charles S. Chapman and Frank Street original black cloth lettered in gilt, colur plate affixed to front cover no dust jacket Spine a little faded, else fine Signed by the author on front fly leaf Read more
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    • UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA PRESS, (1993)
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    • Bibliographic details: Small folio Illustrated with photographs, paintings, drawings and maps red cloth lettered in gilt pictorial dust jacket (fine) “In full color, with two hundred illustrations, Scared Encounters captures on the page the emotional tension drama, and multiple voices of the exhibition of the same title. With the collaboration of more than one hundred Native American, Jesuit, curatorial, and academic consultants ... bridges the fine arts, history, and ethnography to evoke the ongoing dialogue between Christianity and traditional Indian belief that produced new ways of life and new ways of believi... Read more
    • THE CUMMING PRESS, (1977)
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    • Bibliographic details: Quarto original green cloth decorated and lettered in gilt "For those who could afford the high cost, the Panama route to California in 1849 was the fastest way to the gold fields. ... the United States had made preparations for awarding contracts for the transportation of mail to the Pacific coast by steamers. The route chosen for the mail was across the Isthmus of Panama. ... carry the mail to Chagres in Panama, where it would be forwarded to the city of Panama on the Pacific Coast. Here another steamship line .... would transport the mail to California and Oregon. The initial voyage ... ... Read more
    • INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS, (1994)
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    • Bibliographic details: Octavo original blue cloth lettered in gilt pictorial dust jacket (as new) “John Gibbon was a seasoned frontier soldier, not given to the public theatrics of some of his contemporaries. His writings represent a vivid glimpse of the West while it was still untamed - an interesting and informative contribution to the literature of westward expansion.” -from the dust jacket As new Read more
    • OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, USA, 2000
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    • Bibliographic details: 336 pages 9.6 x 6.8 x 1 inches Profusely illustrated with photographs by Brett Morgan gray green cloth lettered in silver pictorial dust jacket (fine) "Buildings of Nevada, the latest volume in the Society of Architectural Historian's Buildings of the United States series, demonstrates how rich and interesting the subject state's built environment actually is when approached from a serious, scholarly perspective. This volume is indispensable for anyone with an interest in the built environment who lives in or visits the state. But it is also an important reference work. Together with other ... Read more
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    • RANDOM HOUSE, (2017)
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    • Bibliographic details: Quarto teal boards lettered in silver on spine pictorial dust jacket (remainder mark at bottom edge) Henry Prize-winning Author Emily Ruskovich, Winner of The Pacific Northwest Book Award, Winner of the Dublin Literary Award Fine Read more
    • PROMONTORY PRESS, (1974)
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    • Bibliographic details: Octavo brown cloth lettered in black pictorial dust jacket (slightly rubbed, some dust spotting) “Both guidebooks not only provide excellent examples of the diversity of material available to the forty-niners, but also contain enjoyable and invaluable information on the life and times of California’s early days” -from the dust jacket Slight dust spotting to edges and ednpapers Read more
    • THE CUMMING PRESS, (1977)
    • Bookshop: Antiquarian open bookshop Randall House Rare Books & Fine Arts (United States)
    • Bibliographic details: Quarto original blue cloth decorated and lettered in gilt "The excitement of 1849 when thousands of hopeful goldseekers made the long journey to California did not abate ... increased twofold by the next spring. ... Newspaper editors in Michigan complained about the amount of money that was being taken from the state; ... Reports on the arrivals and successes of the California emigrants from Lenawee County, Michigan, began to find their way into newspaper columns in Adrian and Tecumseh in that county late in the fall. ... Real evidence of the opportunity for wealth came with the announcemen... Read more
    • THE CUMMING PRESS, (1971)
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    • Bibliographic details: Quarto original burgundy cloth decorated and lettered in gilt "Winter in 1849 was an exciting period for the young men of Jackson, Michigan, ... it was a time of planning and organizing for the long arduous journey to the gold fields of California ... a notice appeared in the Jackson "Patriot": 'A company is now being formed at Jackson ...purpose of emigrating to Calfiornia ...armed with a rifle, pistols, &c. ...leave ...26th March ... equire of H. C. Hodge, Pulaski, ..." -from the introduction As new Read more
    • BOOK CLUB OF CALIFORNIA, 1974
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    • Bibliographic details: I – X (complete), with introduction Quarto folded leaf, in custom quarter blue morocco slipcase with gilt lettered spine label This series of Keepsakes consists of eleven folders prepared for the members of The Book Club of California, and issued during 1974 under the general direction of Sam Stark Some silverfishing to some leaves, else fine Read more
    • FRIENDS OF THE BANCROFT LIBRARY, 1980
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    • Bibliographic details: Octavo Illustrated cream wrappers decorated and lettered in black Issued to accompany an exhibition at the Bancroft Library, February 25 to May 16, 1980. Includes information about Gelett Burgess, Bruce Porter, Willis Polk, Porter Garnett, Yone Noguchi, Florence Lundgorg, and Ernest Peixotto Back wrapper detaching but present Designed and printed by Peter Koch at the Black Stone Press, San Francisco Read more
    • MONTGOMERY ART MUSEUM, 1974)
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    • Bibliographic details: Quarto Illustrated decorated wrappers Zelda had a genuine three-dimensional artistic talent: painting, writing and dancing. However, as she has been quoted,“I wish that I had been able to do better one thing and not so given to running into cul-de-sacs with so many”. This is a catalogue of an exhibition of her idiosyncratic, vividly intense paintings, held in Zelda’s hometown Some silverfishing to front free endpaper Very scarce [Bruccoli, Supplement to F. Scott Fitzgerald. A Descriptive Bibliography I 36] Read more
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