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Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2000. A new and complete transcription edited by Robert Latham and William Matthews. 9 volumes. tall thick 8vo, stiff pictorial wrappers, volumes 2 through 8 still in the original plastic. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, (2000). Fine.
New York: Free Press, 1999. 244 pages, 8vo, salmon and beige cloth-backed boards (bumped at top and bottom of spine), dust wrapper (gently dust-soiled). New York: The Free Press, (1999). A very good copy. Inscribed on the front free endpaper to theater critic Howard Kissel: "For Howard, with great respect and gratitude for a most intelligent conversation. Best, Norman Podhoretz Feb 1999."
Philadelphia: David McKay, 1929. Illustrated by Potter with 6 color plates and 20 in b/w, plus 42 smaller vignettes within the text. 225 pages. 8vo, original green cloth with inset color pictorial label (one small abrasion partially degrading the "e" in "Beatrix"). Philadelphia: David McKay, (1929). Limited first American edition -- number 99 of only 100 copies, with limitation and signature on a thin parchment leaf. A clean, tight and near fine copy. This is the last of Potter's major.....
Garden City: Doubleday, 1980. Frontispiece and other black-and-white illustrations by Joby Baker. 383 pages, 8vo, tan boards with a red cloth spine, dust wrapper (worn and stained). Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1980. First edition. A very good copy in a good dust wrapper. Inscribed on the front free endpaper: "Apr. 1980. To Ellie Woods - With good wishes. Thank you for the lovely week in the Hotel - Dory Previn."
Boston: Little Brown, 1972. 311 pages. 8vo, orange cloth backed boards, dust wrapper; wrapper with small tear at back near spine. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, (1972). A near fine copy in a very good wrapper. Signed by the author on title page: "The word is 'Love' Anthony Quinn." Included is a menu from a luncheon in the author's honor hosted by the New York Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, St. Regis Sheraton, NYC, October.....
New York: Delacorte, 1989. Illustrated. 236 pages with illustrated post-script. Red cloth backed tan boards. First edition. New York: Delacorte, 1989. A near fine copy in a near fine wrapper. Inscribed on title page: "To JR, a fine actor whom I hope this book does not corrupt. Tony Randall 11 May 96"
New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc., 1980. Illustrated with black-and-white photographs. 219 pages, 8vo, green and white cloth-backed boards. New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc., 1980. First Edition. Near fine. Inscribed and signed on the front free endpaper: "To Arthur + Lisa, Nancy Reagan."
San Francisco: North Point Press, 1987. 205 pages, small 8vo, gray cloth with a gilt-stamped spine (covers subtly cocked), dust wrapper. San Francisco: North Point Press, 1987. A very good(+) copy in a near fine dust wrapper. Presentation copy, signed and inscribed on the front free endpaper: "For Shirley (Hazzard) and Francis (Steegmuller) with much affection, Alastair, November 1990." Alastair Reid was a noted Scottish poet, translator and New Yorker Essayist.
New York: Metropolitan Magazine, 1921. Frontispiece, illustrated in black, white, and green. 79 pages, slim 12mo, tan cloth spine over mottled tan boards, paper spine label, stamped in black and gilt (toned and a bit edgeworn, stains from the glue of label on spine). New York: The Review of Reviews/Metropolitan Magazine, 1921. A very good copy. Autographed edition. Signed in full by the author, who was the son of Theodore Roosevelt. This books is one chapter extracted from Kermit Roosevelt's.....