New York: ACA Gallery Publications, 1938. Profusely illustrated in black & white. Slim 4to, pictorial linen. New York; ACA Gallery Publications, 1938. First Edition. Very good(+). + 2 exhibition catalogues from the Associated American Artists Galleries, 1944 and the other undated, ca. 1945. Inscribed and dated on the fly-leaf with an additional hand written signed invitation to a neighbor laid in.
Millbrae: Celestial Arts, 1981. Edited by Edward Summer. Profusely illustrated, mostly in color. Tall 4to, full burgundy morocco, gilt lettering and design with inlaid picture on front cover. Millbrae: Celestial Arts, 1981. Fine. Limited Numbered Edition with a separate numbered color lithograph of the painting "Wanderers of Wonderlands", signed by Mr. Barks.
London: Grant Richards, 1899. Illustrated with 24 single-sided lithographic plates, each printed in color with humorous drawings by F. Carruthers Gould and poems by Begbie. Short slim 4to, red cloth-backed pictorial boards (minor edgewear and neatly re-enforced hinges). London: Grant Richards, 1899. First edition. A near fine clean copy of this rather scarce book - A parody of Hoffman's children's book which lampoons British political figures of the era.
Norwalk: Easton. 2 volumes. Facsimile reproduction of Berryman's two volumes of autographs, each with accompanied by a caricature drawn by Berryman. Oblong 12mo, black leather, a.e.g. slipcase. Norwalk: The Easton Press, n.d. A fine, as new copy. Authorized Reproduction--Treasures of the Library of Congress.
New York: Routledge, 1886. Sepia photographic frontis. portrait. 172 black & white illustrations. 8vo, green pictorial cloth lettered in gilt (lightly edgeworn; head and tail repaired), a.e.g. New York: George Routledge & Sons, 1886. First several pages are foxed, the rest is very clean. Embossed ex-lib stamp on title page, inked digits on spine, otherwise very good.
Seattle: Fantagraphics, 2017. With essays by Art Spiegelman, Justin Green et al. Lavishly illustrated with hundreds of examples of drawings by Art Young. 381 pages. 4to, pictorial boards. Seattle: Fantagraphics, (2017). First edition. Art Young (1866-1943) was an American political cartoonist best known for his drawings and editorial contributions to the Socialist monthly magazine, The Masses (1911-1917). Young started out drawing for mainstream news and humor publications, earning a position at the Chicago Interocean where he worked with the well-known...