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New York: Delacorte, 1974. Illustrated in color and black-and-white doodles and photography throughout. Un-paginated, very slim 4to, turquoise patterned boards with metallic blue pictorial stamping. New York: Delacorte, 1974. Blacked-out price on front endpaper, else a very good(+) copy. Printed in the authors' handwriting.
Santa Fe: Clear Light, 1993. Color plate illustrations reproducing photographs of each sculptor's work. Foreword by Roger G. Kennedy. Slim 4to, 139 pp., silver stamped black cloth, slipcase. A handsome survey of 18 prominent native sculptors. Santa: Fe Clear Light Publishers, 1993. Signed on the limitation page by the 13 living artists of the total of 18 featured in the survey . Limited Edition. Fine. Limited to one of 300 numbered copies.
Chicago: Wilcox and Follet, 1950. Illustrated. 502 pages. 4to, stamped worn blue cloth, mylar-wrapped chipped and edge-worn pictorial wrapper. Ex-library: stamp on end page, embossment on title page. First edition. Chicago: Wilcox & Follet, 1950. A very good copy in a good wrapper. Scarce. Signed by the author on title page.
1935. 10 x 8 inches including a half-inch white border, no place, circa 1935. This black-and-white half-portrait depicts de Forest with deep-set, shadowed eyes and a handsome, knowing smile. Inscribed with excellent contrast on the right side: "To Dr. Alfred Kaiser from Lee de Forest." Faint creasing; near fine condition. American inventor and technical innovator in radio, film, and television.