New York: Weatherhill, 1970. Introduction by Charles J. Dunn. Illustrated throughout in color and b/w. 222pp. 12mo, cloth, d.w. (some edge-wear) New York: Weatherhill, (1970). Very good(+) in very good d.w.
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New York: Bonanza, 1973. Signed with original color drawing. Profusely illustrated in color. 251pp. Tall 4to, gilt-decorated red boards, slightly edge-worn d.w. New York: Bonanza Books, (1973). A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. Signed and inscribed on the copyright page with an original color drawing from the author to Martin Segal: "For Martin Segal, With much appreciation for the support he has given our theater. Bil and Susanna Baird."
New York: Macmillan, 1965. Illustrated title page, and numerous illustrations throughout in color and in black & white. 251pp. 4to, red cloth, d.w. New York: Macmillan, (1965). A fine copy. The history of puppetry around the world.
New York: Cooper Square, 1966. Translated by Josephine Nicoll. With a Note on Puppets by George Bernard Shaw. Extensively illustrated. 522pp., short, thick 8vo, red cloth. New York: Cooper Square, 1966. Very good (+).
Black and white illustrations. Color silk screened pieces by the Rochester Folk Art Guild, made to be cut out for paper marionettes. 14 pages, plus silkscreens at rear, slim 8vo, sewn green paper wrappers (wrappers edge-worn, one smudge to font). Wrappers very good, interior clean and fine. Dramatized from an old Chinese tale.
London: Evans Brothers Limited, 1950. A near fine copy in a very good jacket. 165 pages, 8vo, mint color cloth with gilt stamping, dust wrapper (all over general soiling but very little wear). London: Evans Brothers Limited, (1950). A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper.