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Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii, 1972. With color and b/w illustrations throughout. 270 pages. 4to, blue cloth, d.w. Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii, (1972). First printing. A very good(-) copy -- light foxing and spotting to outer edges, minor dampstaining and fading to lower edge of front cloth, sticker residue to front pastedown; in a very good(-) dust wrapper, edgeworn with wear to head and rear panel corner.
Paris: 1785. Engraving. 9 x 18 1/4 inches. Margin trimmed to neat line on left, folded as issued. Lively scene with groups of people at work in front of a village on the Hawaiian Village on the Island of Kauai. The island is the oldest of the Hawaiian Islands and the fourth largest of the archipelago. From the French edition of the Official Report of Cook's 3rd voyage.
London: H. Fisher, Son, and P. Jackson, 1827. and remarks on the manners, customs, traditions, history, and language of their inhabitants. Complete with 2 folding maps, frontispiece portrait of the author, and 8 plates. viii, 480pp. 8vo, beautifully rebound in modern 3/4 black morocco, spine lightly sunned, both maps have light foxing, mostly to margins, portrait and plates have light foxing to small areas of the images. London: H. Fisher, Son, and P. Jackson, 1827. Second Edition. Very good Author.....
Washington: Government Printing Office, 1919. 1911-1912. 95 plates. 112 text illustrations. 677pp. 4to, green cloth. Washington: Governmant Printing Office, 1919. First edition. Near Fine. Papers include: Gilmore, Melvin Randolph. Uses of Plants by Indians of the Missouri River Region; Fewkes, Jesse Walter. Designs on Prehistoric Hopi Pottery; Beckwith, Martha Warren. The Hawaiian Romance of Laieikawai.
New York: Norton, 1995. Illustrated with a handful of b/w images. 398 pages. 8vo, cloth-backed boards, d.w. New York: Norton, (1995). First American edition. A very good(-) ex-library copy--foxing to outer edges, residue from partially removed plate on front pastedown, rear endpaper removed; in a very good(-) wrapper, lightly scuffed with paper damage to lower spine.
Washington: 1911. Important Department of State memorandum, 1 page, 10 x 7.75 inches, Washington, April 22, 1911, embossed letterhead and Great Seal, concerning the sanitary conditions in the Territory of Hawaii, in part: "...I have the honor to inform you with regret that cholera has again appeared in Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, a case having occurred on April 12 and two additional cases being reported on April 15...the local health authorities, assisted by officers of the Marine Hospital Service, are.....
Honolulu: 1934. Photo text Illus. 400pp. 8vo, red cloth, d.w. which is dampstained and chipped, spine of cloth very lightly dampstained, one corner bumped on front cloth cover. Honolulu, 1934. Pages 285-400 comprises a continuation titled, " Hawaii Since Annexation," by Wallace R. Farrington, former Governor of the Territory of Hawaii.
Seattle: University of Washington Book Store, 1928. 12 woodcuts by the author. 8 unnumbered pages. 8vo, original wrappers with original d.w. Seattle: University of Washington Book Store, 1928. Second Printing Author lived in Hawaii from 1910 to 1917. Lovely prints showing island life including surfing and night fishing. Dust wrapper is lightly soiled, chipped on some edges, and worn on the spine portion, wrappers of book are chipped on corners. Internally, a tight bright copy. University of Washington Chapbooks, Number.....