New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1955. Some b/w photographs. 252 pages. 8vo, red cloth, d.w. (several small chips and tears; price-clipped and spine evenly faded). New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1955. First edition. Gift inscription on front endpaper and faint stain on fore-edge, still a near fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper.
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New York: 1935. Yearbook for the James Madison High School Senior Class, Volume XIX, boldly signed in fountain pen on page 26 next to his image and short bio. He is described as "City champion football and track star. However, knowing he was graduating and knowing he was training for the 1936 Berlin Olympics, the school dedicated three-quarters of page 114 to heralding his accomplishments, in small part: "...Marty is the greatest runner ever to put shoes on...He holds the.....
1996. 10.5 x 7.75-inch color photo of Lewis standing triumphantly after winning a medal at the Olympics -- no place, no date, circa 1996. Triple-matted in red, blue, and white and set in a gold and black frame measuring 18 x 15.5 inches. Fine condition. American track and field athlete, who won 10 Olympic medals.
New York: Nike, 2000. Map. Lithograph on translucent paper. Measures 10 1/8" x 60". This artistic interpretation of the NYC Marathon was published by Nike as part of their 2000 "I Run NY" artist series. Maher depicts the marathon route as a river, flowing over the Verrazano Bridge and through several neighborhoods in Brooklyn before rushing over Roosevelt Island and into Manhattan. Along the map, Maher includes short musings on her experience running the marathon, some being personal reflections or.....
New York: Conde Nast, 1989. Print. Offset lithograph. 11 x 8 inches. In very good condition. Charming depiction of the New York City marathon showing a bird's eye view of the city, with a mass of runners weaving around buildings. Jean-Jacque Sempe (1932-2022) was a beloved French cartoonist and children's illustrator. He created over a hundred covers for the New Yorker magazine, starting in 1978.