New York: Tiber Press, 1954. Illus., 4to, loose, as issued in printed paper folder (folder lightly toned). New York: Tiber Press, 1954. First Edition. Contain's Ashbery's poem "Pastoral". Other contributors include Anne Bernays, (her first published work). Kenneth Koch, Frank O'Hara. Original color serigraph by Alfred Leslie.
London: Ackermann, 1818. 15 fine color plates. 3 separate issues bound together: Volume V. May 1, 1818 No. 29, pages 250 - 314: Volume V. June 1, 1818. No. 30. pages 315 - 384: Volume VI. November 1. 1818, No. 35. pages 245- 310. slim 8vo, 3/4 red leather, marbled boards (rubbed). London: Ackermann, 1818. Very good (+). With a presentation and letter laid in by John Carnegie.
New York: Town Topics, 1896. 256 pages, 12mo, rebound in cloth backed marbled boards, original stiff tan printed wrappers bound in. New York: Town Topics Publishing Co., 1896. First Edition. Very Good. Scarce. No. 22. Quarterly. On the Altar of Passion and others stories and poems. Previous owners ownership stamp on page 7. Small reinforcements with tape.
New York: Stokes, 1920. A Volume devoted to Arts and Letters. This First Volume contains numerous Poems and Stories, Essays on the Arts ...and some One Hundred and Sixty Reproductions of Etchings, Lithographs, Woodcuts and Drawings by Modern Artists. Includes Frank Brangwyn, Wyndham Lewis, John Nash, Augustus John, Gordon Craig, Steinlen. Folio, gray cloth with apple device on cover; spine repaired. New York: Stokes, . Very good.
New York: McGraw-Hill, 1980. Illustrated in color. 34 volumes, comprising 136 issues of the periodical. Thick 4tos, uniformly bound in red library buckram, gilt stamped text on spines, corners square and bindings tight. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1980-1989. A fine set. Specially bound for the library of Mildred Schmertz, editor in chief of Architectural Record, with her initials in gilt on spines. Note: this set is large and heavy and will require extra postage.
New York: Washington Square Bookshop, 1920. Illus. 14pp. folio, pictorial wrappers. New York, May, 1921. First Edition. Playboy was published irregularly in 9 numbers, from 1919-1924. This issue, with a cover drawing after Gauguin, has drawings by Gauguin, Rockwell Kent, Max Weber & contributions from R. McAlmon & Whistler.
New York: Washington Square Bookshop, 1921. Illus. 24pp. folio, pictorial wrappers. New York, May, 1921. First Edition. Playboy was published irregularly in 9 numbers, from 1919-1924. This issue, with a cover drawing after Gaston Lachaise, has drawings by Rockwell Kent, George Biddle & Mina Loy, a photograph of Ezra Pound by Coburn, contributions by Djuna Barnes, Richard Aldington & others.
Parts 11 and 12. Port.of J.A. Unzer; large vignette frontispieces. Bound in one volume, thick 8vo, cont. half calf (worn). Hamburg, 1764. Hirsch notes that this journal made a significant contribution to the enlightenment of the general public in medical matters. Garrison, Medical & Scientific Periodicals of the 17th and 18th Centuries, 305. This year comprising nos. 261-313 (last No. issued), plus index for the entire run.
Philadelphia: Samuel C. Atkinson, 1833. One colored women's fashion plate, engraved b/w plates. 288pp. 8vo, contemporary 3/4 calf, leather label, spine and edges of corners worn, blank pages in front and back creased, text lightly creased throughout in middle of pages, some pages of text browned, scattered light foxing, including margins of plates. Philadelphia: Samuel C. Atkinson, 1833. The publisher, Samuel Atkinson, founded the Saturday Evening Post in 1821. In 1826, he began publishing the Casket, which achieved a very large circulation.
Boston: 1946. Volumes 179, 180 & 181. 36 issues, bound in 3 volumes of green buckram. Boston: Atlantic Monthly, January, 1946 - December 1948. The Atlantic Monthly was created in 1857 as a literary & cultural commentary magazine. It was important for recognizing and publishing new writers. Included in these issues are Carl Sandburg, Lord Dunsany, Robert Frost, Wallace Stegner, Thomas Wolfe, Somerset Maugham, May Sarton and many others. The first 12 issues are bound without wrappers; the others have thei original printed wrappers, and, starting with November 1947, pictorial wrappers.
Boston: Atlantic Monthly, 1950. Volume 185. 36 issues ,4to, bound in green buckram; pictorial wrappers included. Boston: Atlantic Monthly, January - December 1950. The Atlantic Monthly was created in 1857 as a literary & cultural commentary magazine. It was important for recognizing and publishing new writers. Included in this issue are Nicolas Nabokov, Virginia Woolf, Edwin O'Connor, James Norman Hall, C.S. Lewis, Louis Auchincloss, Edna St. Vincent Millay & many others.
Clarksburg, W.Va. Gray Barker, 1956. Illustrated with both black-and-white photographs and drawings. 99pp, 8vo, printed wrappers; minor wear at corners and small ownership stamp on first blank page Everybody's Book Shop. Clarksburg, W. Va.: Gray Barker, (1956). Very good(+) copy, in plastic sleeve. Gray Barker introduced the notion of Men In Black to UFO lore. In addition to Barker, this volume includes text penned by Jacqueline Sanders, M.K. Jessup, Alice K. Wells, George Adamski, Laimon A. Mitris, Justin Case, R....
Clarksburg, W. Va. Gray Barker, 1955. Illustrated with both black-and-white photographs, drawings, and cartoons. 62pp, 8vo, printed wrappers; minor edge wear, last five pages upper corners repaired, small ownership stamp on first blank page Everybody's Book Shop. Clarksburg, W. Va.: Gray Barker, (1955). Very good(-) copy, in plastic sleeve. Gray Barker introduced the notion of Men In Black to UFO lore. In addition to Barker's name, this volume includes text penned by Frank Edwards, Vaughn Maynard Greene, George Adamski, John...
New York: LIterary Guild of America, 1930. 16mo, pictorial wrappers, stapled. New York: Literary Guild of America, December, 1930. Rockwell Kent number, with cover illustration and other illustrations by him; The Making of an Artist, by Kent, and Why the Editorial Board Selected "N by E", by Carl Van Doren.