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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.
Editions du Grenier/Haybarn Press, 2010. Signed lithograph frontispiece. Loose folio sheets each with a poem and a laser printed color vignette. Housed in a linen portfolio with color pictorial label. Editions du Grenier/Haybarn Press, 2010. Number 8 of 125 signed copies. The poets & translators inclue Anania, Caws, Char, Collins, Graham, Hawks, Jabes, Johnson, Kasper, Kouvel, Neruda, Norris, Pease, Sutzkever, Vance, Waldrop, Walker & Zumoff. A portfolio marking 50 years of works with poetry and prints.
1919. Fine content A.L.S. "Raoul Dufy", capturing the excitement of the legendary Paris cultural night-life shortly after the end of World War I, 8vo. 1 page, in French (translated), Thursday, 9 o'clock, circa 1919, to French author and poet "Mon Cher [Joachim] Gasquet", thanking him for a wonderful evening and reminiscing on the signing by operatic soprano [Lucienne] Breval, the wonderful music by composer [Antoine] Marriotte, and dancing performed by famed ballerina [Carlotta] Zambelli. Desiring his further company, Dufy states...
London: Simpkin & Marshal, 1835. 40 full-page engraved plates by Thomas Barber, one folding map at rear, engraved title page. 110 pages, 8vo, red cloth with gilt spine-lettering and front cover decoration; covers rubbed and faded at edges, spine worn with some repairs. London: Simpkin & Marshall, (ca. 1835). A worn copy, but still very good.
East Hampton: East Hampton, 1926. Contains the Book of the Paegent Celebrating the Two Hundred and Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of the Founding of the Town written by Miss Abigail Halsey. Illustrated. 140 pages, 4to, cloth-backed green boards with paper label on front cover, clear mylar dust wrapper; bookplate inside front cover and minor wear at corners; pages a bit toned and with faint waviness at top margins. East Hampton: The Community of East Hampton, Long Island, 1926. A very good(+) copy.