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  • Irving, Washington

    Published by Cornelia and Waller Barrett. 1961. No Place., 1961

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Wrappers. Frontispiece. The publisher notes that few have written about Christmas "with such charm and vivacity as Washington Irving". Printed from a manuscript in the Barrett Library at the University of Virginia. Last page of the author's manuscript reprinted herein.

    Seller Inventory # 2060

  • Horne, Charles F.

    Published by Gamma Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. 1899. No City., 1899

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Wrappers. 22 pages. Speech read before the Chapter.

    Seller Inventory # 2078

  • Various

    Published by Historical Society of Southern California, 1950

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Fine. 15 pages; illustrations; illustrated paper wrappers. An exhibit catalog. The catalog describes the items to be exhibited and cities and times of the exhibits. Works to be shown by notables such as: Gertrude Atherton, Ambrose Bierce, Ina Coolbrith, Richard Henry Dana, Jr., Bret Harte, John Muir, Robert Louis Stevenson, Charles Erskine Scott Wood, etc.

    Seller Inventory # 2098

  • Goris, Jan-Albert

    Published by Belgian Government Information Center. 1946. New York., 1946

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Wrappers. Illustrations. Slight ink smudge on page 42.

    Seller Inventory # 2102

  • Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Wrappers.

    Seller Inventory # 2103

  • Otis, William Bradley, and Morriss H. Needleman

    Published by Barnes & Noble, Inc. (1943) New York., 1943

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Wrappers. Library stamp on front cover. Lionel Trilling wrote a review of the author's book, "Survey-History of English Literature". The authors took exception to the review and have written their critique of the Trilling review.

    Seller Inventory # 2104

  • Various

    Published by Keystone View Company, Meadville, PA

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    No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Undated. The scene shows a room with a stone floor and a small fireplace on one wall; the adjoining wall holds a plate and cup rack. The corner of these two walls holds a radiator and a small stool. A description on the back of the photograph describes this corner as the chimney corner and is referred to as a "wee bit ingle" in Burns's poem "The Cotter's Saturday Night". The "Cotter" was Burns's father.

    Seller Inventory # 3620

  • Hart, Walter Morris

    Published by University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1943

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    Illustrated Wrappers. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. 16-page booklet. University of California Publications in Classical Philology, Volume 12, No. 14, pp. 263-278. From the first page (page 263), the author notes: "The Odyssey is romance, but it is rich in comedy; its comic scenes are developed by Homer with especial and loving elaboration". The author goes on to describe the humor in the Odyssey. Ink notation front cover.

    Seller Inventory # 4171

  • Hewlett, Maurice

    Published by The Macmillan Company, New York, New York

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. 31 pages; portrait; paper wrapper (4 1/4 x 6 1/2 inch), Contains a sketch of his career and several reviews. Small chip missing from the lower front cover (1/2 x 1/2 inch).

    Seller Inventory # 10301

  • Various

    Published by University of California. 1935. Berkeley, California., 1935

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    Hardcover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Illustrated wrappers. The Horace Festival consisted of Introductory Addresses, A Pageant, and two poems, "Carmen Saeculare" and "Hymn to Apollo and Diana". Participating Institutions were Mills College, Saint Mary's College, Stanford University, University of California, University of San Francisco and University of Santa Clara.

    Seller Inventory # 3078

  • Jaffa, Aileen

    Published by Printed by the Author. (1939). (No City)., 1939

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    Hardcover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Wrappers. Sonnets are untitled. No. 12 of 100 copies printed. Signed by the author.

    Seller Inventory # 3082

  • Hansen, Harry

    Publication Date: 1962

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    Hardcover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Illustrated wrappers. Illustrations. This pamphlet provides a biographical sketch of Herman Wouk, author of "The Caine Mutiny"; "Marjorie Morningstar"; "Youngblood Hawke" and other novels. He was born in 1915 to Russian Jewish parents who had emigrated from Minsk. He attended public schools in the Bronx and later was graduated from Columbia University in Manhattan. From 1936 to 1941 he and a partner wrote for Fred Allen. After the attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941, Wouk joined the Navy a nd was assigned to a destroyer-mine-sweeper in the Pacific for the next three years. After his 1946 release from military duty he plunged into the world of writing novels.

    Seller Inventory # 3138

  • London, Jack

    Published by The Holmes Book Company. 1971. Oakland., 1971

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    Hardcover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. First edition. A Play. Wrappers. Frontispiece. With a Chronological Bibliography of Jack London's plays compiled by James E. Sisson. Spoiled rich girl wants more from life than baubles.

    Seller Inventory # 3150

  • Anonymous

    Published by Duffield Company, New York, New York

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    No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Folded flyer (5 1/4 x 6 1/2 inch) for a new set of Shakespeare's works, in forty volumes.

    Seller Inventory # 10300

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    Soft cover. Condition: Fine. Original light green wrapper with black lettering and black illustrations on front cover. 6 X 9 inches. Pages 183-218. 4 black and white illustrations. Contents in this issue, "Hidden Treasures" by Mary A. Denison, "At Bed-Time" (Poem) by Ruth Argyle, "The Konigstein" by C.M. Bennett, "O, Dear!" (Poem) by Josephine Pollard, "The Fox and the Three Little Pigs" by S.J.A. Hunter, "A Court Festival" by Fannie R. Feudge, "Grandma's Story" by A. E. Williams, "The Angel Of The Flowers" (Poem) by Mrs. L. M. Blinn, "Among The Glassmakers" by Carrie F. Miller, "Morning Glory" (Poem) by Ellis Gray, "Little Runaway" (Poem) by Ellis Gray, "The Tower of London" by Helen E. Smith, "Mud Houses" by H.M.M., "The Gray Turkey" by M.E.N. Hatheway, "A Song of Summer" (Poem) by Hattie S. Russell, "Uncle Dick's Legacy" byEmily Huntington Miller, "The Baltimore Oriole" by Mrs. Parizade V. Hathaway, "Kept In" (Poem) by Rosa Graham, "The Old Gander and the Goslings" by Majasa, "Little Barefoot" (Poem) by Mrs. H. E. Brown, "How The Zulus Live" by E. B. Tyler, Kitty's Way" (Poem) by M.E.N. Hatheway. Light foxing on several pages. Chipping on both covers. Pages are clean and complete.

    Seller Inventory # 018263

  • McCarthy, Mary

    Published by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc., New York, 1965

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    Cloth Backed Boards. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. (1965). Limited edition published as a New Year's greeting to friends of the author and the publisher. Winter Visitors is taken from Birds of America a novel by Mary McCarthy which will be published in the year 1971. Owl illustration front cover. Visitors to the Wild Life Sanctuary.

    Seller Inventory # 278

  • Pierce, Edward Lillie

    Publication Date: 1866

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    No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Edward Lillie Pierce (b. 1829 -- d. 1897). Letter to Congressman Thomas Dawes Eliot. Milton, Massachusetts, October 6, 1866. Pierce was a lawyer, civil servant and author. He is remembered as a close friend of Charles Sumner and his biographer. In this letter he writes Congressman Eliot (b. 1808 -- d. 1870) encouraging him to seek re-election. Signed by Author(s).

    Seller Inventory # 3715

  • Twain, Mark

    Published by The Huntington., San Marino, California, 1947

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Fine. First Edition. Printed by The Ward Ritchie Press. 33 pages; illustrations; orange paper wrapper (5 1/2 x 8 5/8 inch). Hand list prepared by Edwin H. Carpenter, Jr., Introduction by Dixon Wecter. Description of manuscripts and books written by Samuel Clemens which are held or are on loan to the Huntington Library. Fine clean copy.

    Seller Inventory # 12671

  • Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. circa 1917. 32 page almanac interspersed with phonetic advice and humor, printed wrapper, 8 x 5". "Nevr ask the hired man to cut wood or milk. He is hired to farm, and yoar wife is suppoazd to doo the choars.".

    Seller Inventory # 5743

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    No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. 17 pages of verse, one done for Mr. Chittick, Lit. 21, Feb. 7, 1935, probably while at Reed College, others not dated. Another, "For Morris R. Cohen" has manuscript note on back. One titled "From a Naval Hospital; some notes on remembering Pearl Harbor", 5 pages, is a typed carbon. Edge worn, some tears. Read (1916-82) wrote books on various rivers, including the Arkansas and San Antonio, on changing neighborhoods, and on San Francisco restaurants. From 1975-82 he wrote a Food Column "The Underground Gourmet" for the San Francisco Examiner.

    Seller Inventory # 6625

  • Various

    Published by Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, New York, 1949

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. June, 1949. Paper cover with color illustrations, some chipping at top and bottom of spine. Dimensions 7 x 10 inches. "Amazing Stories" has been published, with various publishers, from 1926 to 2005. It was the first magazine dedicated to exclusively to science fiction. This issue includes "Dynasty of the Devil" by Alexander Blade, "The Outcast" by S. M. Tenneshaw, "I Murdered You" by Rubbert Carlin, "Twisted House" by Guy Archette, "Land of the Golden Men" by Robert Moore Williams, "Death's Double" by Grover Kent, and "Supermen, Incorporated" by George Grauman, along with various articles and advertisements.

    Seller Inventory # 15234

  • Various

    Published by Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, New York, 1948

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. December 1948. Paper cover with color illustrations, some chipping at top and bottom of spine and botton edge. Dimensions 7 x 10 inches. "Amazing Stories" has been published, with various publishers, from 1926 to 2005. It was the first magazine dedicated to exclusively to science fiction and helped define the genre of pulp fiction. This issue includes "Daughter of the Night" by Richard S. Shaver, "The Plotters" by Alexander Blade, "Tillie" by Craig Browning, "Once Upon a Planet" by J. J. Allerton, "The Unthinking Destroyer" by Rog Phillips, "Beyond the Thunder" by H. B. Hickey, and "The Return of Tharn" by Howard Browne , along with various articles and advertisements.

    Seller Inventory # 15235

  • Various

    Published by Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, New York, 1947

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. August 1947. Paper cover with color illustrations, some chipping at top and bottom of spine and along edges of cover. Dimensions 7 x 10 inches. "Amazing Stories" has been published, with various publishers, from 1926 to 2005. It was the first magazine dedicated to exclusively to science fiction and helped define the genre of pulp fiction. This issue includes "So Shall Ye Reap" by Rog Phillips, "The Prop" by William Lawrence Hamling, "Negative Problem" by Frances Yerxa, "First Rocket" by D. Richard Sharpe, and "Mer-Witch of Ether 18" by Richard S. Shaver, along with various articles and advertisements.

    Seller Inventory # 15236

  • Various

    Published by Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, New York, 1951

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. February 1951. Paper cover with color illustrations, some chipping at top and bottom of spine and along edges of cover. Dimensions 7 x 10 inches. "Amazing Stories" has been published, with various publishers, from 1926 to 2005. It was the first magazine dedicated to exclusively to science fiction and helped define the genre of pulp fiction. This issue includes "Vanguard of the Doomed" by Gerald Vance, "The Man who Forgot" by Charles Creighton, "Terror Out of Zanadu" by Robert Moore Williams, "That a World Might Live" by Burt B. Liston, "The Boy Who Cried Wolf 359" by Kentall Foster Crossen, "Gordak's Cargo" by Milton Lesser, and "The Way of the Weeb" by H. B. Hickey, along with various articles and advertisements.

    Seller Inventory # 15238

  • Various

    Published by Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, New York, 1947

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. September 1947. Paper cover with color illustrations, some chipping at top and bottom of spine and along edges of cover. Dimensions 7 x 10 inches. "Amazing Stories" has been published, with various publishers, from 1926 to 2005. It was the first magazine dedicated to exclusively to science fiction and helped define the genre of pulp fiction. This issue includes "The Star Kings" by Edmond Hamilton, "The Uninvited Jest" by Rog Phillips, "Terror on the Telephone" by Lee Francis, and " One More Spring" by Frances Yerxa, along with various articles and advertisements.

    Seller Inventory # 15239

  • Various

    Published by Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, New Bennington, Vt., 1948

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. June 1948. Paper cover with color illustrations, some chipping at top and bottom of spine and along edges of cover. Dimensions 7 x 10 inches. "Amazing Stories" has been published, with various publishers, from 1926 to 2005. It was the first magazine dedicated to exclusively to science fiction and helped define the genre of pulp fiction. This issue includes "Ice City of the Gorgons" by Richard S. Shaver and Chester S. Geier, "The Pied Piper of Space' by S. M. Tenneshaw, "Lunar Monkey Business" by Warren Kastel, "The Valley of Madness" by Alexander Blade", and "The Ocean Den of Mercury" by Miles Shelton, along with various articles and advertisements.

    Seller Inventory # 15240

  • Various

    Published by Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, New York, 1949

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. November 1949. Paper cover with color illustrations, some chipping at top and bottom of spine and along edges of cover. Dimensions 7 x 10 inches. "Amazing Stories" has been published, with various publishers, from 1926 to 2005. It was the first magazine dedicated to exclusively to science fiction and helped define the genre of pulp fiction. This issue includes "Prometheus' Daughter" by Alexander Blade, "Beyond the Matrix of Time" by Rog Phillips, "Battle in Eternity" by Richard S. Shaver and Chester S. Geier, "Mr. Jones' Eternal Camera" by Berkeley Livingston, and "The Avenger" by Norma Lazell Easton, along with various articles and advertisements.

    Seller Inventory # 15241

  • Various

    Published by Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, New York, 1949

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. February 1949. Paper cover with color illustrations, chipping at top and bottom of spine and along edges of cover. Dimensions 7 x 10 inches. "Amazing Stories" has been published, with various publishers, from 1926 to 2005. It was the first magazine dedicated to exclusively to science fiction and helped define the genre of pulp fiction. This issue includes "M'Bong-Ah" by Rog Phillips, "The Venomous Girdle" by Lester Barclay, "The Insane Planet" by Alexander Blade, "The Immortal Menace" by Craig Browning, "Lunar Legacy" by Charles Recour, and "Half-Way Street" by Joseph R. Galt, along with various articles and advertisements.

    Seller Inventory # 15242

  • Various

    Published by Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, New York, 1950

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. May 1950. Paper cover with color illustrations, some chipping at top and bottom of spine and along edges of cover. Dimensions 7 x 10 inches. "Amazing Stories" has been published, with various publishers, from 1926 to 2005. It was the first magazine dedicated to exclusively to science fiction and helped define the genre of pulp fiction. This issue includes "Slaves of the Crystal Brain" by William Carter Sawtelle, "If This be Utopia" by Kris Neville, "The Lost Bomb" by Rog Phillips, "Keep it Simple" by Frances M. Deegan, "Tooth or Consequences" by Robert Block, "Let's Do It My Way" by E. K. Jarvis, "The Psyche Steps Out" by Gerald Vance, "United We Stand" by Mack Reynolds and "The Unremembered" by Paul Lohrman, along with various articles and advertisements.

    Seller Inventory # 15243

  • Various

    Published by Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, New York, 1950

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    Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. November 1950. Paper cover with color illustrations, some chipping at top and bottom of spine and along edges of cover. Dimensions 7 x 10 inches. "Amazing Stories" has been published, with various publishers, from 1926 to 2005. It was the first magazine dedicated to exclusively to science fiction and helped define the genre of pulp fiction. This issue includes "All Heroes are Hated" by Milton Lesser, "Who's that Knocking at my Door" by S. M. Tenneshaw, "The World of Reluctant Virgins" by Robert Moore Williams, "Brothers Under the Skin" by Gerald Vance, "The Day the Bomb Fell" by Leslie A Croutch, "One of our Planets is Missing" by Mack Reynolds and "The Devil in a Box" by Alexander Blade, along with various articles and advertisements.

    Seller Inventory # 15244