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San Juan: Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico, 2000. Hundreds of color illustrations. 420pp., 4to, cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper edgeworn. San Juan: Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico, (2000). First edition. A very good (+) copy in a very good dust wrapper. Text in both Spanish and English. Printed in and edition of 4000 copies.
New York: Street and Smith, 1898. 2 folding maps of Cuba and Puerto Rico. 2 volumes in one. 12mo, decorated blue cloth, light foxing to both title pages, very light wear to top and bottom of spine. New York: Street and Smith, (1898). First Edition. Each map has a small tear in the margin near its attachment to the book.
San Juan: Biblioteca de Autores Puertorriquenos, 1950. Inscribed by the author to Jose Ferrer. 132pp. 12mo, stiff printed wrappers. San Juan: Biblioteca de Autores Puertorriquenos, 1950. Foxed cover, otherwise an internally clean and very good copy. Inscribed by Mercedes Negron Munoz to Jose Ferrer on the title page: "A Jose Ferrer - Por quien le ha realizado el milagro de que una pequena isla aislada, nuestra patria, sea hoy universal. Clara Lair, Puerto Rico, 1950."
Philadelphia: George Barrie, 1907. Color Frontis., b/w plates. xviii, 516pp. 8vo, publisher's 3/4 brown morocco, margins uncut, spine ends heavily rubbed, spine sunned. Philadelphia: George Barrie, (1907). First Edition One of 100 numbered copies. The history of Puerto Rico and the Philippines under Spanish and United States rule, the history of Hawaii as an independent nation and as a United States possession, and the history of Cuba from 1895 until the United States ended its occupation of the island. The...
San Juan: Universidad de Puerto Rico, 1957. xxxx, 146pp. 8vo, pr. wrs., wrappers lightly soiled. San Juan: Universidad de Puerto Rico, 1957. Comprendidas desde la Conquista hasta fin de diciembre de 1775. Extractadas de algunas antiguas tradiciones y archivos. Author was an infantry captain serving in Puerto Rico in 1775.
Avon: Limited Editions Club, 1975. Translated and edited by Daymond Turner. Illustrated with 8 color plates. 143pp. Short 4to, vellum-backed orange cloth; publisher's box. Avon: The Limited Editions Club, 1975. A fine copy in a fine slipcase. "In later life Oviedo was the first `Chronicler of the Indies.' He passed several years in Central America and West Indian Islands. He had ample knowledge from personal experience, from conversations with explorers and from access to official documents." Larned. Signed by the...