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Oxford: Nexus, 1962. Cover photography by Hans Beacham. 64pp. Tall 12mo, stiff printed wrappers. Oxford: Nexus, November 1962. Slightly edge-worn, still a very good(+) copy. With essays about T.S. Eliot by John Bayley, F.W. Bateson, Michael Hamburger, Martin Dodsworth, Gwenn R. Boardman, John Fuller, W.W. Robson, and Colin Falck.
New York: Boni & Liveright, 1942. Profusely illustrated with color and monochrome photographs, gravures, overlays and transparencies. 4 volumes in 3, as issued. Slim 4to, original colored printed wrappers (some sun fading and worn edges, but for a few minor spots, a very nice clean set). New York: Boni & Liveright, 1942, 1943, 1944. First Editions. A very good(+) set of this scarce surrealist magazine. A literary and fine art journal with Andre Breton, Marcel Duchamp and Max Ernst as.....
New York: Harper, 1899. New Series, Vol. I, No. 1-Vol. II, No. 24. November, 1897-October, 1899. 24 monthly issues bound in 2 volumes, black & white woodcut illustrations, 4to, 3/4 contemporary leather; (spine ends worn). New York, 1897-99. Very good. Contains 14 articles on Cuba and the Spanish American War.
London: Law, Dodsley, 1797. 4 vols. Frontispiece portrait of John Hawkesworth and 3 other plates. 12mo, full contemporary mottled calf, (worn, spine labels chipped, hinge strengthened). London: B. Law, J. Dodsley et al, 1797. Very good. An edition of the 1752-54 semi-weekly periodical with John Hawkesworth, Samuel Johnson, Richard Bathurst, and Joseph Warton as the principal contributers. "The papers with the signatures of T. are by Dr. Johnson." Halkett & Laing I 38. Lowndes 13.
Mexico City: 1879. Semimonthly. Vol. 1, numbers 1-22 (July 1, 1879 - June 15, 1880 and Vol.2 (July 1,1880 - June 15, 1881). Full page woodcut portraits. Small folio, contemporary red boards with tan leather spine (rubbed). Mexico City, 1879-1881. Very good. Rare Mexican medical journal. Each number contains reports from Mexican and foreign contributors on all aspects of medicine. Included are articles by or about Paul Bert, Chevreul, Charcot, Bernheim, Vulpian, Adrian Segura, Augustin Andrade, Luis Munoz, and Leopoldo.....
London: The Studio, 1919. Numerous charming illustrations in color & in black and white and floor plans. 136 pages, 4to, pictorial wrappers, (toned but with very little wear) neatly rebacked in black cloth. London: "The Studio" 1914. A very good(+) copy. On the designing of cottages and small houses.
London: 1903. Illustrated. 4to, pictorial boards, linen backed; pictorial end-papers. London, 1903. First Edition. Beautifully printed at the Pear Tree Press, this is the first volume of a short series. Contributors include Chesterton, Hardy, Masefield, Francis Thompson, & Ricketts. The linen spine is worn, & the inner hinges cracked , but internally fine. Colored woodblock ex-libris.
East Aurora: Roycrofters, 1907. 4 volumes. Small, thick 8vo, original brown suede backed buff boards.East Aurora: The Roycrofters, 1907 -1915. Each volume contains 6 issues of the periodical which was the spearhead of the Arts & Crafts movement in America, published between 1895 and Hubbard's death in 1915. This set is in unusually fine condition.
Salt Lake City: Gibbs Smith, 1999. Foreword by John Huey; Historical Essay by Daniel Okrent. Color illustrations, some full page, depicting the magazine's cover collection from 1930 to 1950. 4to, cloth, d.w. Salt Lake City: Gibbs Smith, (1999). First Edition. A celebration of Fortune Magazine's 70th anniversary.
London: 1934. Vol. I, Nos. 1-73. April 2, 1834-August 22, 1835. + lxxii pp. supplement and monthly supplement dated June 30, 1835. folio, orig. cloth; (spine worn and repaired, scattered light foxing). (London: Sparrow), 1834-1835. Good. "His (Hunt's) next venture, one of the best-known of his periodicals, was `Leigh Hunt's London Journal' begun in 1834. ... it was a miscellany of essays, sketches, criticisms, striking passages from books...and romantic short stories of real life." DNB X, p. 271. The London.....
Madrid: 1895. Revista de Bellas Artes y Actualidades. Ano. XXXIX, Num. XXV-XLVIII. The whole year 1895 bound in one volume. numerous woodcut illustrations. Elephant folio, 1/2 contemporary black morocco; (spine rubbed, cloth spotted). Madrid, 1895. Very Good. Many articles on the Cuban uprising against Spain.
Paris: 1915. 8 issues (out of a complete run of 20). Folio, pictorial wrappers, bound with one staple. Paris, January - July, 1915.J Sardonic, vitriolic anti-German, World War I bi-monthly periodical, a collaboration of Iribe & Cocteau, including the illustrations of both, Cocteau signing his drawings as "Jim". Consists of issues No. 4, 9, 12, & 16 -20. Unusually fine copies of a fragile publication.
Paris: Transition, 1927. 8vo, printed wrappers; pages browned as usual, front cover detached and quite chipped at the edges; spine worn. Paris, June, 1927. First Edition. Contributions by Gertrude Stein (As A Wife Has a Cow), Joyce (Continuation of a Work in Progress), Morley Callaghan, Kay Boyle, & others.
Paris: Shakespeare & Co., 1927. 8vo, printed tan wrappers. Paris: Shakespeare & Co., August, 1927. Contains Hemingway's story "Hills Like White Elephants" and contributions by James Joyce, Andre Breton, Robert McAlmon and others. The bottom third of the front cover has big coffee(?) splash, and there are similar stains to the bottom blank margins of many of the pages; the spine is chipped at the lower edge.