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New York: 1973. 1 page, 11 x 8.5 inches, New York City, November 22, 1973. Exceptional typed letter with one handwritten line in which Barrett shares his NYU private phone number. Written to fellow philosopher Henry David Aiken, reflecting on their long friendship and the fact that both are getting older, in part: "...This is a love-letter to you, in lieu of seeing you. It doesn't do for seeing you, talking with you, but for the time being it must.....
London: Encyclopaedic Press, 1953. Black & white drawings and photographic illustrations throughout. 111 pages. 4to, blue cloth with gilt lettering. London: Encyclopaedic Press, (1953). Spine, boards and pages lightly toned. Hilary Knight's ink stamp on front endpaper. A very good(+) copy lacking the dust wrapper.
New York: (CUNY), 1943. Many black-and-white illustrations. Small folio, grey pictorial cloth; weak hinges, corners dented, worn at edges. New York: (The City College of New York), (1943). Internally very good, a good copy, rather rough on covers. Included is a small metal dedication plate adhered to the flyleaf commemorating Dr. Valentino Mazzia, Professor of Anesthesia at NYU.