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Together with a supplement bound in at the front: PHRENOLOGICAL JOURNAL SUPPLEMENT; Institute Extra. Devoted to the interests of the American Institute of Phrenology. No. 1. October. 1876. 10 &  pages plus 5-page publisher's catalog, unopened. 1 black- and-white illustration. There is a small stain to the top corner of the first page & there are creases to the bottom corners of the first 3 leaves. Good.
The American supplement is rare.
Among the illustrated articles in this issue of the journal, in addition to profiles of D. Mariano Cubi y Soler, "the eminent Spanish Phrenologist and Educator", and "colored divine and editor" the Rev. Benjamin F. Tanner, are "The Chin and What It Signifies", "Nations in the Fair" [the Philadelphia Centennial Fair], and "How to Teach; Phrenology in the School-Room and the Family". Good .
This substantial catalog includes essays by Helen Parmelin, M. Teresa Ocana y Nuria Rivero, Werner Spies and Rosa Vives. The text is in Spanish. Very good .
Many of the stories are about animals and the book is wonderfully illustrated with engravings of animals in human dress. Good .
As early as 1896, a group of Greenwich Village artists, poets and other artistic and literary personalities were meeting weekly at Maria Del Prato's Italian restaurant on MacDougal Street. The group, which became known as The Pleaides Club, included Paul Du Chaillu, Mark Twain, Stephen Crane, William Garrison, Clara Louise Kellogg and other luminaries among its early members. As it grew and needed larger quarters, the group first moved to the Black Cat then to the Hungaria, eventually settling in at the Hotel Brevoort in 1906. The club's mission was simply to provide a convivial and friendly audience to inexperienced artists through its weekly meetings and publication of their work in its yearbook, The Pleiad. Good .
Limited edition of 500 copies. Very good .
The text is in French. Good .
The Premio Eugenio Mendoza is a juried prize for emerging Venezuelan artists. This publication, the fourth in the series documenting the prize, is a catalog for an exhibition shown at the Sala Mendoza in July 1988. For each of the ten featured artists the catalog includes biographical information and a reproduction of one of the artist's works. The text is in Spanish. Very good .
Together with: PRINCETON UNIVERSITY LIBRARY CHRONICLE. Volume LXIII, Numbers 1 & 2. Autumn 2001-Winter 2002. Supplement. Octavo, printed cream wrappers. 25 pages. Illustrated with facsimiles. Fine.
The Supplement refers to a three-day conference, "Celebrating Jewish-American Writers" hosted by Princeton in October 2001. A collection of writings by Jewish American writers was published in a double issue of the Chronicle [Volume LXIII, Numbers 1 & 2]. This supplement to that issue publishes facsimiles of correspondence that was not available earlier, including letters from Saul Bellow, Bernard Malamud, S. J. Perelman and Delmore Schwartz. Fine .
Among the contents are speeches presenting medals to Leon Edel by Malcolm Cowley, to Samuel Barber by William Schumann and to Allen Tate by Stanley Kunitz, with brief acceptance speeches by Edel and Barber. There are commemorative tributes to Samuel Eliot Morison by Henry Steele Commager, to Walter Lippmann by George F. Kennan and to Thornton Wilder by Leon Edel. An address by Henry Steele Commager is titled "Recreating the Community of Culture". Richard Wilbur gives the opening introduction. Very good .
Among the contents are commemorative tributes to John Cheever by Saul Bellow, to Archibald MacLeish by Howard Nemerov, to Marcel Breuer by I. M. Pei and to William Saroyan by Kurt Vonnegut. Very good .
Among the contents is an interview with Marianne Moore by Grace Schulman. Good .
The Fall volume of a projected work depicting the four seasons of the Territoire of Belfort, France. Other volumes were published in the preceding and following years.
"The Four Seasons of the Territoire: The towns of the Territoire de Belfort have been divided among the photographers. The project requires each of the photographers to produce, over a period of four years, one season per year, a body of photographic work concerning the landscape of the towns attributed to him." . Fine .