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O IS FOR OUTLAW
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O IS FOR OUTLAW

by Grafton, Sue

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New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1999. Near fine in near fine dust jacket.. Signed first printing of this Alphabet Mystery that hits close to home for Kinsey Millhone, as she finds herself top of the suspect list when her ex-husband is shot with her own gun. The success of the Kinsey Millhone books inspired a generation of writers to create their own casually badass heroines, to the delight of millions of readers. 9'' x 6''. Original two-tone boards. Original unclipped ($26.00) color pictorial dust jacket. 318 pages. Signed by Grafton to title page. Jacket and binding with a hint of edgewear. Bright.
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O TO BE A DRAGON: New Poems
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O TO BE A DRAGON: New Poems

by Moore, Marianne

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New York: The Viking Press, 1959. First edition. Near fine in very good plus jacket.. First printing of Moore's 15-poem collection, published when the great Modernist poet had won nearly every literary prize and honor worth having and reached full-fledged celebrity status. 8.75'' x 5.5''. Original grey and blue cloth. Grey endpapers. In original unclipped ($2.75) dust jacket. 37, [1] pages. Light edgewear and toning to boards and jacket, a few tiny chips and creases to jacket edges.
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OBJECT / TYPE LANDSCAPES
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OBJECT / TYPE LANDSCAPES

by Ames, Anthony; Almy, Dean

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(Knoxville): The University of Tennessee, 1996. First edition. Fine.. Inscribed copy of the catalogue to an exhibition of the architect's paintings, with a handwritten note to another architect laid in. 10'' x 10''. Original white printed wrappers. 48 pages. Illustrated with color plates, including one fold-out. Inscribed by Ames on title page. Handwritten letter on Ames's stationery laid in: "It was a pleasure talking with you the other day. I am enclosing a small catalog of an exhibition of paintings - I hope you find it of interest. Best regards, Tony." Minimal edgewear.
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THE OBJECT ALPHABET BOOK
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THE OBJECT ALPHABET BOOK

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Kenosha, WI: Samuel Lowe, 1944. Near fine.. Clever alphabet book pairing each object with a child interacting with it: "U is for Ursula and her Umbrella"; "Y is for Yasha with his Yacht." 8.25'' x 6.75''. Original pictorial wrappers. Charming color illustrations on every page.
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OBJECT ABC BOOK
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OBJECT ABC BOOK

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Akron, Ohio / New York: The Saalfield Publishing Company, 1926. Very good.. Great object ABC mounted on muslin for easy use by young children, with no text except for large block letters accompanied by a rich illustration and primarily one-word captions. Illustrated in bright colors, this book is part of "Saalfield's Muslin Books" described as "EVER WEAR-NEVER TEAR." Among the letters, "A" is for "Auto," "B" is for "Book," and "N" is for "Noah's Ark." 6.5'' x 8.75''. Original pictorial linen wrappers. Top and bottom edges decoratively serrated. Leaves (including endpapers) illustrated with three to four colorful images and block letters. [4] pages, printed one side only, folded at fore-edge and bound at gutter. Ink gift inscription dated 1931 at front spine. Minor fraying at edges, some soil to interior.
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OBJECT LESSONS ABC

OBJECT LESSONS ABC

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[Chicago]: M.A. Donahue & Co, 1916. Very good.. WWI-era American alphabet book, including "S" for Uncle Sam. Large folio. Original color pictorial wrappers. Illustrated in two colors on every page of text. Light wear.
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AN OCEAN WORLD
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AN OCEAN WORLD

by Sis, Peter

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9780688090678 / 0688090672
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New York: Greenwillow Books, 1992. First edition. Fine in fine dust jacket.. Signed first printing of this largely wordless tale of a whale born into captivity who experiences freedom for the first time - with original drawing. Hans Christian Andersen Medal-winning artist Peter Sis's entrancing, joyful, and detailed illustrations mix technical prowess with a love for the medium. His work boasts man accolades, including seven NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW Best Illustrated Book of the Year awards, Society of Illustrators gold and silver medals, and three Caldecott Honors. 9'' x 12''. Original color pictorial boards. Original unclipped ($14.00) color pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated in color. [28] pages. Signed by Sis to title page, with an original drawing of a winged fish with a man's face. Sharp and bright.
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OCTOBER SMILED BACK
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OCTOBER SMILED BACK

by Young, Ed; Peters, Lisa Westberg

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9780805017762 / 0805017763
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New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1996. First edition. Fine in near fine dust jacket.. Signed first printing of this delightful poem that personifies the months, and places them within the life cycle of friendship. Ed Young entered the world of illustration as a commercial artist, and this background in compelling visual storytelling is evident in all his books. Over his long career, he has earned two Caldecott Honors and two nominations for the prestigious Hans Christian Andersen Award. 11'' x 9''. Original brown boards. Original unclipped ($14.95) color pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated in color. [32] pages. Signed by Young to front flyleaf. Jacket with mild bumping to top of spine, with tiny chip. Tight.
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ODD MAN PAYS
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ODD MAN PAYS

by Teilhet, Darwin L.

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Boston: Brown and Company, 1944. Very good plus in very good jacket.. First edition of this WWII-era Dick Whittington mystery set in London. 7.5'' x 5''. Original brown cloth, red lettering to front, spine. In original unclipped ($2.50) dust jacket. 300 pages. Old Capital Club ink stamp to front free endpaper. Jacket moderately edgeworn, with some shallow chipping at spine, faint spot of dampstain to rear corner. Foxing to top edge. Sound, unmarked, clean.
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THE ODES OF KEATS: And Their Earliest Known Manuscripts
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THE ODES OF KEATS: And Their Earliest Known Manuscripts

by Gittings, Robert; Keats, John

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[Kent, OH]: The Kent State University Press, 1970. Very good plus.. First edition of Gittings's commentary on the five odes of Keats published in 1820, with facsimile reproductions and transcriptions of the earliest known manuscripts. 11.25'' x 8.5''. Original grey cloth with gilt-lettered spine. Lacking original dust jacket. 79, [1] pages. Corner of front free endpaper clipped. Mild edgewear, faint soil to boards.
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THE ODIOUS OGRE
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THE ODIOUS OGRE

by Juster, Norton; Feiffer, Jules

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9780545162029 / 0545162025
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[New York]: Michael Di Capua Books / Scholastic, 2010. First edition. Fine in fine jacket.. Doubly signed first printing of Juster and Feiffer's entertaining children's story about an ogre with a bad reputation, brought down by baked goods. 12'' x 9''. Original pictorial boards. In original unclipped ($17.95) pictorial dust jacket. Color illustrations by Feiffer throughout. Unpaginated. Signed by both Juster and Feiffer on title page. Trace edgewear. Bright, sharp, and clean overall.
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THE ODYSSEY
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THE ODYSSEY

by Homer; Mackail, J.W. [John William Mackail]

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London: John Murray, 1910. Near fine.. Beautiful Edwardian-era set of the Ancient Greek epic, bound in rich full goatskin by Roger de Coverly and Sons. Scottish-born Mackail was Oxford Professor of Poetry and a champion of William Morris. This edition takes a number of cues from Mackail's fine press friends, with lush paper and a clean design. A striking library set of the classic of loss and isolation, wit and adventure. Three octavo volumes, 7.75'' x 5'' each. Full contemporary green goatskin by Roger de Coverly and Sons, double-gilt rules, raised bands, spines lettered in gilt. Marbled endpapers, top edges gilt, other edges uncut. [8], 224; [6], 242; [6], 220 pages. Gentle toning to spines and a touch at top edges. Some foxing to fore-edges; interiors clean. Unrubbed and bright.
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OEUVRES DE JEAN RACINE
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OEUVRES DE JEAN RACINE

by Racine, Jean; [Currer, Frances Mary Richardson]

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Paris: A. Belin, 1813. Very good.. Beautifully bound set of the works of the French playwright, from the library of Frances Mary Richardson Currer, who was among the most celebrated book collectors of her era. This set was once owned by Yorkshire coal heiress Frances Mary Richardson Currer (1785-1861), who built a celebrated library of some 20,000 volumes. Contemporaries praised Currer's scholarship and taste, as well as the rigorous organization and "choice condition" of her books. The bibliographer Thomas Frognall Dibdin called her a "book-genius," and remarked of her library: "I may fairly and honestly say, that with the exception of Althorpe, Chatsworth, and Stowe, I know of NO such collection of books, situated in the country that can pretend to break a lance with it [...] The 'Collections' are nearly perfect." In 1820, and again in 1833, Currer issued a catalogue of her holdings, widely viewed as "the model catalogue of a private library" (DNB), and sent copies to book collectors across… Read More
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OF FALLING AND FLOATING
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OF FALLING AND FLOATING

by Gowin, Elijah; Rexer, Lyle

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Kansas City, MO: Tin Roof, 2011. Near fine in near fine jacket.. Signed first edition of this monograph of the photographer and artist's work, featuring his series "Watering" and "Of Falling and Floating." 12.25'' x 11.25''. Original blue cloth, blue-lettered spine, blind-lettered front board. In original color photographic jacket, no price (as issued). Blue photographic endpapers. Illustrated in color throughout. Unpaginated. Signed by Gowin to title page. Jacket with minor edgewear. Book with slight bumping to front board top-edge, sliver of sunning to bottom edge. Interior clean, vibrant.
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OF HUMAN BONDAGE
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OF HUMAN BONDAGE

by Maugham, W. Somerset

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New York: George H. Doran Company, 1915. Very good plus.. Inscribed first US edition, first issue of this semi-autobiographical classic, which predates the English edition by one day; adapted for the big screen on three separate occasions. OF HUMAN BONDAGE was an early career work in which, "we have nearly all the motifs that reappear in the later Maugham," notes Alexander Boyle, including his habit of writing parts of himself into many of his books: OF HUMAN BONDAGE is certainly his most autobiographical. Its first film adaptation, pre-code in 1934, starred Leslie Howard and a very slinky and emotionally raw Bette Davis. It was Davis's first large-scale success, and though she was passed over for the Best Actress Oscar that year, the role established her as a star. This copy features interesting bookish provenance: Maugham inscribed it to Ohio bookseller Paul North, and it contains the bookplate of Wallace Hugh Cathcart, Cleveland bookseller, philanthropist, book collector, and one of the founders… Read More
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OF MICE AND MEN: A Play In 3 Acts
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OF MICE AND MEN: A Play In 3 Acts

by Steinbeck, John

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New York: Covici Friede Publishers, 1937. Near fine in like dust jacket.. First edition of the play version of John Steinbeck's landmark work, following the tragedy of two migrant farm workers in the Great Depression. Published in the same year as the novella, the OF MICE AND MEN play was adapted for the stage by Steinbeck himself. The play made its Broadway debut under director George S. Kaufman while the novella was still at the top of the bestseller list; Kaufman advised Steinbeck on the stage adaptation, urging him to "preserve the marvelous tenderness of the book," but also to add "a little more humor" to "heighten the subsequent tragedy by comparison" (Steinbeck and Wallsten). Lon Chaney, Jr., the originator of the role of Lennie in the initial production, would go on to reprise his role in the 1939 film. 7.5'' x 5''. Original beige cloth binding with black and brown titles. Original unclipped ($2.00) blue, beige, and white dust jacket. Yellow endpapers. Blue topstain. Title page with blue… Read More
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THE OFFICERS' GUIDE
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THE OFFICERS' GUIDE

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Harrisburg, PA: The Military Service Publishing Company, 1941. Fourth edition, second printing. Very good plus.. WWII-era edition of the officer's reference manual belonging to Captain Herbert Roy Orr, commanding officer of the first African American signal aircraft warning company. Orr, a Washington DC native, joined the ROTC while studying electrical engineering at Howard University, where he earned a bachelor's degree in 1931 and a master of science in 1935; he subsequently taught electronics at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College. Upon the United States's entry into World War II, he was assigned to the 366th Infantry Regiment at Fort Devens, Massachusetts. His copy of the OFFICERS' GUIDE is labeled with this unit name and address. The 366th was notable in the US Army for being an all Black unit: having Black officers as well as troops. Prior to the war, the Army and Navy had only a small handful of Black officers, making Orr one of the first to earn his commission. In 1942, Orr was… Read More
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THE OFFICIAL 1955 "BANDSTAND" YEARBOOK [Cover Title]

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Philadelphia: WFIL-TV, 1955. First Edition. Very good.. Souvenir book for the 1955 season of BANDSTAND. The program, originally airing simultaneously on Philadelphia radio and television station WFIL became a major hit in the local market and was eventually picked up by ABC and renamed AMERICAN BANDSTAND hosted by Dick Clark. The iconic live pop music show was a major part of the creation story for the American teenager. This program dates from the third season of the show, featuring the original host Bob Horn. With numerous photographs of the Bandstand studio, fans, performers and crew, the year book describes the inner workings of the show, spotlights fans, visitors to the show and recent acts like Debbie Reynolds, Rudy Vallee, and Tony Bennett. An rare interesting relic from the beginnings of a touchstone of 20th century pop culture. Not found in OCLC. Wraps. 4to. Saddle-stapled in photographic wraps printed in black and pink. Minor toning to wraps. Very slight toning to interior pages. Single… Read More
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OH, THE THINKS YOU CAN THINK!
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OH, THE THINKS YOU CAN THINK!

by Seuss, Dr

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(New York): Beginner Books / Random House, 1975. Near fine.. Elusive first edition, first printing of the classic picture book praising feats of imagination, with a title Seuss would riff upon in his last published book - its natural companion OH, THE PLACES YOU'LL GO. Dr. Seuss leads by example in encouraging children to think bigger, push boundaries, and do it joyfully all the while in this inspirational picture book. Seuss creates exuberant technologies, like a big balloon swimming pool, next to fantastical realms with unusual creatures - each pushing the reader to think in a new and unexpected way. A scarce title in the Seuss oeuvre, this copy is in beautiful condition. 9'' x 6.5''. Original glazed color pictorial boards. No dust jacket as issued. Purple pictorial endpapers. [40] pages. Some areas of finger soil to text, light bumping to spine ends.
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OH WHAT A BEAUTIFUL DAY!
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OH WHAT A BEAUTIFUL DAY!

by Guertik, Hélène; Père Castor

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Poughkeepsie, New York: Artists and Writers Guild, Inc, 1935. Very good.. Authorized American edition of this early large format Père Castor book, featuring striking and stylized Art Deco color lithographs by Russian émigré artist Guertik with dotted lines for children to finish the designs. It was émigré artists like Guertik, Nathalie Parain, Alexandra Exter, Feodor Rojankowsky, and Georges Cherkessof, working with avant-garde Constructivist, Dadaist, and Minimalist art philosophies, that gave the Père Castor books their greatest distinction and gained them long-lasting fame. This book first published by Flammarion in 1934. A nice intact copy. 10.5'' x 9.5''. Original side-stapled color pictorial flexible card wrappers. Illustrated by Guertik in color throughout, with "finishing" images intact and unused. [20] pages. Slight edge wear and soiling to wrappers, top front corner bumped.
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