By Dirck St. Remy, pseud. Sepia photographic print opposite title page. 163pp. 16mo, original cloth; (text lightly browned, spine ends worn, cloth lightly soiled, small hole in margin of table of contents). Saratoga Springs: A.S. Baker, 1868. Seven short stories set in the Hudson River Valley. Wright II, 1528. Inscribed, "Mrs. Snedeker, with kind regards of the Author."
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Hong Kong: The Oriental Publishers, 1950. Frontispiece and many other black-and-white photographs. 329 pages, tall 8vo, decorative red cloth (corners gently bumped; previous owner's signature on front free endpaper; hinges cracked but intact). Hong Kong: The Oriental Publishers, (1950). A good, readable copy. Signed in full by the author on the half-title page.
London: Crowder, 1794. Containing an Explanation of the Theory of that Science; Extracted from the Works of Dr. Linnaeus. Illustrated with 12 copper plates, 2 explanatory tables, an appendix and glossary. 434pp., 8vo, beautiful contemporary speckled calf binding with gilt-tooled spine and red leather label. London: S. Crowder, 1794. Fifth corrected edition. Scattered foxing, else near fine.
Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1984. Essay by Philip Chadwick Foster Smith. 270 illustrations including many in color. 232 pages. 4to, rust cloth, d.w. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. (1984). One corner slightly bumped, still a near fine copy, in the original shrinkwrap. Published as the catalogue for the 1984 exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
San Marino: Huntington Library, 1955. Edited and Annotated by Robert Glass Cleland and Juanita Brooks. 4 Illus., one in color. 2 Vols. 8vo, brown cloth, d.w. lightly soiled on both volumes, d.w. chipped on volume II, corners of cloth lightly bumped on both volumes. San Marino: Huntington Library, 1955. First Edition Author, an adopted son of Brigham Young, migrated to the valley of the Great Salt Lake in 1848. Lee participated in the Mountain Meadows Massacre of 1857 and was.....
1940. Highly detailed oversize colorful pastel portrait -- a glamorous image executed on heavy stock paper, measuring 12 x 9 inches, mounted on an artist board to 14 x 11 inches, by artist Pat Arnold, no place, no date, circa 1940. Inscribed to the artist: "To Pat - With Admiration for your Talent! Sincerely, Peggy Lee." Very good condition with outstanding contrast. American jazz and popular music singer, songwriter, composer, and actress whose career spanned over six decades. She was.....