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Salt Lake City: Straight Arrow, 1974. Introduction by Hunter Thompson. Oblong 4to, black cloth, worn d.w. (San Francisco: Straight Arrow Books, 1974). A very good(-) copy in a poor dust wrapper. The black binding is lightly stained. The dust wrapper is rice-clipped, worn at the edges & has a small tape reinforcement on the verso.
New York: Pictorial Maps, Inc., 1963. Map. Colored lithograph. Image measures 32 1/2" x 41 1/2". This pictorial map of New York City was included as part of the "Official World's Fair Edition" map and guide for the 1964 World's Fair. As the description printed on the inside of the outer sleeve notes, this bird's-eye-view of midtown Manhattan was "the first such map to be drawn of the city since 1866." With his design, Bollmann presented an innovative solution to.....
London: Bathurst, Strahan, 1778. 12 volumes. 8vo, full polished contemporary calf with black spine labels; a few inner hinges reinforced, rubbed and some foxing. An engraved portrait frontispiece after Droeshout, one other engraved portrait of Shakespeare, facsimile plate of Shakespeare's handwriting, all in volume 1; one other plate in volume 5. London: C. Bathurst, W. Strahan [et al.], 1778. The second edition revised and augmented.
Syracuse: Mason, 1878. Illustrated with portraits and lithographed scenes of the county and a hand colored map of the County. 430 pages. Very thick tall 4to, handsomely rebound in brown cloth with the original decorative cover laid in, all edges gilt. Syracuse: D. Mason & Co., 1878. First Edition. Fine.
Boston: Prang, 1879. Translated from the Third German Edition, edited, with Notes by Charles C. Perkins. 60 chromolithographs, albertotypes, and typographic etchings (some in color, with tissue guards). 166 text illustrations. 356 pages. 4to, rebound in black cloth with the original decorative cover, all edges gilt. Boston: Prang, 1879. Fine. First American Edition of the decorative arts classic.
New York: Scribner, 1922. 8vo, original green cloth, stamped in blind on the cover & in gilt on the spine, (dulled, but legible). New York Scribner, 1922. First Edition. A good copy, with a light ring stain on the front cover (glass of champagne?) & lightly foxed end-papers, in a fine, facsimile dust wrapper.
London: Thames & Hudson, 1987. 123 illustrations, 93 in colour. 208 pages. Tall folio, cream cloth, d.w. (London): Thames & Hudson, (1987). Fine in fine dust wrapper. This is a facsimile of the album compiled by Barbara Johnson with 18th and 19th century fabrics and descriptive text. It provides a complete record of the clothes bought by, and for her, throughout her long life in England 1738-1825.
Tokyo: A.D.A. Edita, 1972. Illustrated in color and with some well-printed photogravures. Slim folio, glossy pictorial wrappers; lightly worn at corners. 48 pages with text in Japanese but with the four-page English translation laid in. Tokyo: A.D.A. Edita, 1972. First edition. A very good(+) copy, inscribed by Johnson in red ink on the front endpaper. GA: An Encyclopedia of Modern Architecture, No. 12.
New York: Scribner, 1920. Green cloth, cover stamped in blind; spine in gilt ( slightly dulled). Light stain on back cover, light foxing on end-papers. New York: Scribner, 1920. First Edition, 9th printing, October, 1920. Very good copy of Fitzgerald's first book, with the Scribner seal on the copyright page.