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New York: Crown, 1965. 8vo, cloth, d.w. (lightly edge-worn & chipped with some repairs; large but light stain on spine; entire front panel has been neatly replaced from another copy). New York: Crown, (1965). First edition. A fine copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper that looks a bit better than it sounds. Basis for the 1968 John Wayne film. Signed in green ink - "Robin Moore/ Fort Bragg"
Milwaukie: Kitchen Sink Books, 2016. Volume 2 only. Illustrated profusely in black and white. 185 pages. Slim 4to, white pictorial boards. Milwaukie: Kitchen Sink Books, (2016). A near fine copy-- very light scuffs on front board. Featuring work by Harvey Kurtzman, Will Elder, Al Jaffe, Jack Davis, Mel Brooks, Arnold Roth, Russ Heath, and Wally Wood. Essays and annotations by Denis Kitchen.
Neshannock: Hermes, 2007. Illustrated profusely in color and black and white. 176 pages. Slim 4to, glossy pictorial boards, d.w. (sunned along top edge). Neshannock: Hermes, (2007). A near fine copy-- boards and pages are lightly yellowed along top edge-- in a near fine dust wrapper. Good Girl Art chronicles the history of the good girl in comics from the beginning, in the comic book sweatshops in the late 1930s, through the war years, the 1950s, in the aftermath of the.....
1975. Good content T.L.S. on U.S. Senate letterhead, 1 page, 4to, Washington, September 18, 1975. A friendly letter to then U.S. Representative to the United Nations Daniel P. Moynihan. In part: "...Congratulations on the remarkable job that you're doing at the United Nations...for the U.S., it was a major diplomatic coup, reversing a decade of deteriorating political relations with the Third World...the manner in which you handled these delicate negotiations makes all of us even more proud of you than.....
1994. T.L.S. on his gold-embossed letterhead. 1 pages, 8vo, [n.p.], March 23, 1994 to former congressman Roger Zion congratulating him on penning his memoirs and referring Zion to his own memoirs for information requested. FORD, Gerald R. (1913-2006). 38th President of the United States who assumed office upon the resignation of Richard Nixon, who Ford later pardoned for any involvement in the Watergate scandal.
New York: Heritage. Critical Introduction by Edward F. O'Day. Small 4to, tan cloth backed marbled boards, all edges red. New York: Heritage Press, (no date, circa 1960). Fine copy in a very good board slipcase -- lightly soiled and worn. Heritage Anniversary Edition. Based on the edition created by John Henry Nash for the Limited Editions Club in 1934.
Kent: Privately Printed. 2 volumes. 24 tipped in color plates of Bermuda and the flowers of Bermuda. Original stiff pictorial wrappers bound together in one volume, 3/4 crimson calf. Kent: Privately Printed, ca. 1930. Near Fine. Signed on the title page by Catherine Tucker. Early attractive bookplate.
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1961. Four Parts and Epliogue, bound in one volume. Illustrated with Lithographs by Fritz Eichenberg. Translated by Constance Garnett. Revised with an Introduction by Avrahm Yarmolinsky. Small 4to, pictorial boards with tan cloth spine, board slipcase. New York: Heritage Press, (1961). Spine lightly sunned, still a near fine copy in a near fine box.