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Toronto: Birch Lane Press, 1998. Illustrated in black and white. 212 pages, wide 8vo, cream boards (light soil to bottom front edge), dust wrapper (subtle foxing to upper interior edge and top page edge, interior clean). Toronto: Birch Lane Press, (1998). A very good copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper.
Paris: Editions Artulis, 2009. 280pp., 4to, hand-bound in acid-etched pewter paper with spine exposed; slipcase. Paris: Editions Artulis, 2009. Limited First Edition. 14 notebooks, the only surviving writings by Dreyfus from the days of his imprisonment, are here published in facsimile, printed in serigraphs. They consist of 500 pages of Dreyfus's elegant handwriting, created to keep his mind sharp and as a tool of resistance. One of 300 copies.
San Francisco: Pinkerton National Detective Agency, 1904. 10.5 x 8.75 inches, issued by the Pinkerton National Detective Agency, San Francisco, California, announcing a $250 Reward for the arrest of Abe G. Schwartz, charged with the crime of Embezzlement, described as a 27-year-old bookkeeper, with "Pronounced Jewish features." He's a "quick nervous walker" who "usually smokes cigars." Also, he is an "inveterate gambler" who "will probably frequent pool rooms, race tracks and poker games." Further details note that Mr. Schwartz has.....