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New York: Chelsea House, 1970. Introduction by Ellery Queen. 291 pages. Small folio, black pictorial cloth, d.w. New York; Chelsea House, (1970). First Edition. Top edges are a bit foxed, else a near fine copy in very good dust wrapper. Presentation copy, autographed by Chester Gould, with a profile drawing of Dick Tracy.
Norwalk: Easton, 1996. Delicate color illustrations by C.E. and H.M. Brock. 397 pages, 8vo, full red leather, stamped in gilt and black, peach silk moire endpapers, all edges gilt. Norwalk: Easton Press, (1996). A near fine copy (only issue being a very tiny scuffed area to the bottom of spine) The 100 Greatest Books Ever Written series.
Cambridge: Riverside, 1903. Hundreds of illustrations: portraits, maps, views, documents, etc. 2 volumes. xxvii + 256 pages and xxvi + 374 pages. Thick 8vos, white cloth-backed boards with paper spine labels; some pages unopened, edges untrimmed, a few pages with very minor foxing. Cambridge: Printed at The Riverside Press, 1903. Large paper edition. Spines are sun-darkened, still a very good(+) copy. Number 194 of 250 copies printed.
Montreal: Canadian Pacific, 1930. 2 large folding folding plates with maps, itineraries, and images of the Empress of Scotland and Empress of France, filled with black-and-white photographs. 115 pages, thin 12mo, cloth-backed boards with mounted plate front cover; edges worn. Montreal: Canadian Pacific, (1930). A very good copy. Canadian Pacific, (1930). Cruise schedules for the Empress of Scotland and Empress of France.
Franklin Center: Franklin, 1979. Preface by Willa Cather. Illustrated with the photographs of Chansonetta Stanley Emmons. 425 pages, thick 8vo, gilt-stamped brown leather, all edges gilt. Franklin Library, 1979. A near fine copy (edges of endpapers a little sunned and slight rubbing at corners of leather). 100 Greatest Masterpieces of American Literature series. Collection of beautiful short stories about Maine.