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Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1975. 8vo, red cloth backed black boards, d.w. Philadelphia: Lippincott, (1975). First Edition. Signed "Ed Abbey" on the cartographic fly-leaf. The book is in very good condition. The price-intact dust wrapper has 2 diagonal folds at the bottom of the front panel & some short, closed tears at the base of the spine & back panel.
Neuchatel: Griffon, 1962. All texts by the artist, translated from the French. Illustrated throughout, a few in color; musical record in pouch at rear. 129pp. Slim 4to, white-lettered gray cloth, d.w. Neuchatel: Editions du Griffon, 1962. First edition. A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper, inscribed by the artist on the title page. the Sculpture of the Twentieth Century. A collection edited and published by Marcel Joray.
New York: Leon Amiel, 1980. Illustrated with 126 color plates and 128 in b/w, plus 2 original color lithographs, both lank on rear. 160 pages. Thin 4to, pink textured boards, d.w. New York: Leon Amiel, (1980). Boards are bumped at corners and fore-edge, and the text pages are a bit toned at edges, still about very good in very good(-) dust wrapper. This copy has an original ink drawing and signed inscription on the front end papers.
Londonderry: 1831. Fine content A.D.S., folio, 1 page, Londonderry, January 14, 1831, an affidavit by pub owner John Aiken to the Committee opposing the roadway that would pass his establishment, in part: "...I John Aiken keep a Public House in Londonderry on the road leading from Charter to Manchester - am well acquainted with the road all the way and think myself and have frequently heard the teamsters and other travelers remark that with some trifling attention in the town.....
Van Nuys: 2000. American television personality, author, composer, musician and actor who achieved national fame as the first host of The Tonight Show; the first late-night television talk show. Excellent content T.L.S. "Steve", reminiscing about the early days on the Tonight Show. 4to. 1 page, personal letterhead, Van Nuys, California, February 21st 2000 Written just a few months before his death, to long time friend and collaborator Herb Sargent. The letter reads in full: "I'm hurrying to finish up a......
Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1969. 177 pages, 8vo, red cloth with a gilt-lettered spine, dust wrapper (worn and chipped). Carbondale & Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University Press, (1969). A near fine copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper. Inscribed and signed "Marcia" by the editor on the front free endpaper.
New YorkB: Boni & Liveright, 1925. 317 pages. Large 8vo, original vellum-backed black boards (spine sun-darkened and foxed, as usual; contemporary ownership info on front pastedown; wrinkle on front flyleaf). New York: Boni & Liveright, 1925. Limited First Edition. A very good copy. Number 80 of 350 signed copies.
London: Annely Juda Fine Art, 2005. Illustrated in color and black and white. 72 pages, slim oblong 8vo, tan pictorially stamped cloth. London: Annely Juda Fine Art, 2005. A fine copy (every so slightly bumped spine ends). Signed David Nash on the title page with a drawing of a pyramid, a sphere, and a cube.
New York: Weyhe, 1956. 28 plates by Weston. 102pp., very small stain on fore edge, not affecting the margins. Square 4to, black cloth (extremities of spine rubbed and worn), d.w. is present, but tattered and in pieces. New York: Weyhe, (1956). First Edition. Very good(+). Inscribed on the fly-leaf by the author "Merle & Isabell"
New York: Knopf, 1983. Numerous color photographic illustrations. Oblong 4to, glossy blue boards, d.w. (wrapper yellowed and a bit mis-aligned; small dampstain at foot). New York: Alfred Knopf, 1983. First Edition. A near fine copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper . Signed on the fly-leaf by the photographer.