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London: Bee Research, 1953. 9 full-page black-and-white photographs, 66 other illustrations. 352 pages, 8vo, cloth, d.w; several ownership signatures front free endpaper, some minor chipping to dust wrapper spine ends, some foxing on preliminary pages. London: Bee Research Association, 1953. A very good(+) copy in a very good(-) largely intact dust wrapper.
New York: 1984. Important T.L.S. Mayor of New York, 4to. 1 page, April 11th 1984, to Mrs. Vincent Astor, The Vincent Astor Foundation, thanking Brooke Astor for underwriting the landmark restoration of Gracie Mansion, in full: "How can I thank you for all that you have done to help the renovation of Gracie Mansion! You have led the way and your help and guidance have been very critical to our efforts. I was delighted to co-host the luncheon with you.....
New York: 1988. Exceptional content T.L.S., 4to, 1 page, Cardinal's Office, New York City, August 17th 1988 to patron of teh arts and philanthropist Brooke Astor, congratulating her on a lifetime achievement, in full: "I wish to add my congratulations to those of your family and friends on you're receiving the National Medal of Arts presented by President Reagan and Mrs. Reagan. Your contribution to the Arts through the Vincent Astor Foundation has provided cultural enrichment for so many Americans.....
New York: 1971. Excellent content T.L.S. 4to. 1 page, Office of the Mayor, City of New York, June 8th 1971, to patron of the arts and philanthropist Mrs. Vincent Astor, better known as Brooke Astor, who has funded construction of a new wing being built at the Bronx Zoo to be called "Tropical Asia", in full: "I want to keep you posted on the progress being made in setting up 'Tropical Asia' at the Bronx Zoo. After some minor problems.....
New York: John Day, 1929. Illustrated by Mahlon Blaine. Frontis plus 12 full-page plates, additional text illustrations. vii + 342 pages, 8vo, black cloth with red & gold illustration on front cover; lightly rubbed and spine lettering a bit dulled. New York: The John Day Company, 1929. A very good(+) copy. One of 3000 copies.
1917. Poster. Lithograph. 4 sheets joined, mounted on linen. 108 1/4 x 80 3/4 inches. Magnificent 9 x 7 foot billboard of World War I American military might. Paper loss and chipping at center fold; paper loss and abrasions in image but margins in tact. 4-sheets joined. Issued by the City of Boston Public Safety Committee.
Buffalo, New York: Niagara Litho Co. Poster mounted on linen. Original color lithograph. Poster measures 35 5/8" x 55 1/2". Homefront poster from World War I promoting war bonds. This vividly colored lithograph depicts soldiers fighting in the trenches with the American flag waving amidst a dawn sky. Mounted on linen. Beautiful colors, in very good condition.
Garden City: Doubleday, 1971. Illustrated in black and white. 189 pages. 8vo, brown boards, dust wrapper. Garden City: Doubleday, (1971). First edition, fifth printing. Wrapper sunned and with a small tear near spine; a fine copy in a very good(+) wrapper. Signed by Borge with a three line inscription opposite preface.
London: The Eighteen Nineties Society, 1957. Edited by G. Krishnamurti. Photographic illustrations. 8vo, pp viii, 139 white buckram lettered and ornately decorated in gilt. Top edge gilt. Number A 17 of only 50 copies signed by the author and the editor. London: Published by The Eighteen Nineties Society, (1957). First Edition. Some foxing to the cloth, else a near fine copy.