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 BUTTONS, RED (1919-2006). AMERICAN ACTOR AND COMEDIAN WHO WON AN OSCAR AND GOLDEN GLOBE FOR HIS ROLE IN THE 1957 MOVIE "SAYONARA"., Original Matte-Finish Photograph Signed by the American Actor & Comedian Red Buttons.
BUTTONS, RED (1919-2006). AMERICAN ACTOR AND COMEDIAN WHO WON AN OSCAR AND GOLDEN GLOBE FOR HIS ROLE IN THE 1957 MOVIE "SAYONARA".
Original Matte-Finish Photograph Signed by the American Actor & Comedian Red Buttons.
Good. - An original 9-1/4 inch high by 7-1/4 inch wide matte-finish photograph of the actor Red Buttons. The image portrays the young actor and comedian from the chest up attired in a light colored herringbone jacket over a white shirt and tie. The photograph is inscribed and signed "Ho Ho! Red Buttons" across the jacket at lower left. There are staple holes and stains near the corners along the top and bottom borders and a couple of stained indentations to the image, two tiny ones across the bridge of Red Buttons' nose. Good. The American actor and comedian Red Buttons (1919-2006) was born Aaron Chwatt. He first worked as an "entertaining bellhop" at Ryan's Tavern in the Bronx when he was sixteen years old. The orchestra leader Charles "Dinty" Moore nicknamed him "Red Buttons" because of his red hair and the shiny buttons of his uniform. He performed on the Borscht Belt with Robert Alda as his straight man. He went on to work for Minsky's Burlesque and subsequently appeared on Broadway and in movies winning both an Oscar and Golden Globe for his role in the 1957 film "Sayonara". Good .
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Catalogue: Film
Keywords: FILM; THEATRE; COMIC; COMEDIAN; ACTOR; RED BUTTONS; ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH; SIGNED; AUTOGRAPH; SIGNATURE; TWENTIETH CENTURY; 20TH CENTURY; PERFORMER.

 PETROVA, OLGA. (1894-1977). SILENT FILM ACTOR AND PLAYWRIGHT., Typed Letter to Agent Chamberlain Brown, Probably a Fragment, Signed by Silent Film Actor Olga Petrova.
PETROVA, OLGA. (1894-1977). SILENT FILM ACTOR AND PLAYWRIGHT.
Typed Letter to Agent Chamberlain Brown, Probably a Fragment, Signed by Silent Film Actor Olga Petrova.
September 20, 1948. 1948. September 20, 1948. 1948. Good. - Four double-spaced lines typed on a partial sheet of paper, 6-1/2 inches high by 8-1/2 inches wide. Boldly signed in green ink "Olga Petrova". Dated in pencil by an unknown hand. The top edge is somewhat unevenly cut & there is a horizontal crease where the letter has been folded. Good.

From the estate of agent Chamberlain Brown. This appears to be the closing lines of a letter excised from a full sheet of paper. Petrova writes: "Your enthusiasm is very precious particularly in days of despair and gloom. And what person of the theatre hasn't at some time such days? Few I think. And your faith must gild many a black cloud, of that I am sure.."

Olga Petrova [1884-1977] was an American actor, screenwriter and playwright. She was born Muriel Harding in England, moved to the United States and became a vaudeville star using Olga Petrova as her stage name. She starred in films for Solax Studios and was Metro Studio's first diva, usually playing femme fatale roles. Most of her films are now lost. She wrote several screenplays and, after retiring from the film industry in 1918, acted in Broadway productions and wrote three plays. Good .

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Book number: 34230
USD 35.00 [Appr.: EURO 29 | £UK 25 | JP¥ 3828]
Catalogue: Film
Keywords: FILM; SILENT FILM; MOVIES; CINEMA; SILENT FILM ACTRESS; AMERICAN ACTOR; PLAYWRIGHT; OLGA PETROVA; TYPE LETTER SIGNED; TLS; T.L.S.; SIGNATURE; AUTOGRAPH.

 THOMAS, LOWELL (1892-1981). AMERICAN TRAVEL WRITER, ACTOR AND BROADCASTER, REMEMBERED FOR PUBLICIZING T. E. LAWRENCE (LAWRENCE OF ARABIA)., Typed Note Signed by Travel Writer, Actor, and Broadcaster Lowell Thomas.
THOMAS, LOWELL (1892-1981). AMERICAN TRAVEL WRITER, ACTOR AND BROADCASTER, REMEMBERED FOR PUBLICIZING T. E. LAWRENCE (LAWRENCE OF ARABIA).
Typed Note Signed by Travel Writer, Actor, and Broadcaster Lowell Thomas.
Rawling, New York, October 14, 1948. 1948. - Over 30 words typed on his personal embossed 10-1/2 inch high by 7-1/4 inch wide stationery. A brief note to Mr. Saltford thanking him for his note and expressing that his "only regret was that I had to miss most of the game. I hope we can do it again one of these days." Signed "Lowell Thomas". There is a faint indentation from a paper clip along the top edge and a faint stamp at top right indicating the note was received on October 16th. Near fine. Lowell Jackson Thomas [1892-1981] was an American writer, actor, broadcaster and traveler. He wrote many travel books and is remembered for publicizing T. E. Lawrence [Lawrence of Arabia]. He was also involved in promoting the Cinerama widescreen system. .
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Catalogue: Travel
Keywords: BOOKS-ON-BOOKS; TYPED NOTE SIGNED; TNS; AUTOGRAPH; SIGNATURE; TRAVEL WRITER; LOWELL THOMAS ; AMERICAN AUTHOR; ACTOR; BROADCASTER; TRAVELER; TRAVEL BOOKS; T. E. LAWRENCE; LAWRENCE OF ARABIA; CINERAMA WIDESCREEN SYSTEM; 20TH CENTURY; TWENTIETH CENTURY.

 HOUSEMAN, JOHN. (1902-1988). BRITISH-AMERICAN ACTOR AND DIRECTOR. FOUNDING DIRECTOR OF THE DRAMA DIVISION AT THE JUILLIARD SCHOOL., Typed Letter to City Center Producer Jean Dalrymple Signed by Actor and Producer John Houseman.
HOUSEMAN, JOHN. (1902-1988). BRITISH-AMERICAN ACTOR AND DIRECTOR. FOUNDING DIRECTOR OF THE DRAMA DIVISION AT THE JUILLIARD SCHOOL.
Typed Letter to City Center Producer Jean Dalrymple Signed by Actor and Producer John Houseman.
New York: November 22, 1986. 1986. - A few words typed on a 8-3/4 inch high by 7-3/8 inch wide sheet of his personalized letterhead with his bold signature printed in black at the top. Signed "John". Folded twice for mailing. Fine. Houseman acknowledges Jean Dalrymple's note to him about Dennis Hedlund and writes that he will await his call. John Houseman [1902-1988] was a British American actor and producer who became known for his highly publicized collaboration with Orson Welles from their days in the Federal Theatre Project through the production of "Citizen Kane". As the producer of "The Blue Dahlia" he also collaborated with Raymond Chandler who wrote the screenplay for that film. As an actor, he is probably best known for his role in "The Paper Chase" for which he won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. Houseman became the founding director of the Drama Division at The Juilliard School, and held this position from 1968 until 1976. Unwilling to see Juillard's very first class disbanded upon graduation, Houseman and his Juilliard colleague Margot Harley formed them into an independent, touring repertory company they named the "Group 1 Acting Company" [later renamed The Acting Company]. Jean Dalrymple (1902-1998) was the dynamic producer and director of theater and light-opera at Manhattan's City Center. Dalrymple began her career in Vaudeville, appearing with James Cagney and Cary Grant in the early 1930s. She was a founding member of the American Theatre Wing, the theatre service organization. She worked over the years as a personal manager for the likes of Leopold Stokowski, Mary Martin, Jose Iturbi, Andre Kostalanetz, Nathan Milstein and Lily Pons. She began her work at City Center with its founding in 1943, serving as a board member, producer, and publicist. Her productions there from the 1940s through the 1960s were a revitalizing influence on the whole New York theatre scene. In 1951, Jean Dalrymple married Major-General Philip deWitt Ginder, commander of the Thunderbirds in Korea. She was a friend to Presidents and entertainment personalities throughout the world. Fine .
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Book number: 37137
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Catalogue: Theatre
Keywords: THEATRE; THEATER; FILM; ACTOR-PRODUCER; TYPED LETTER TO CITY CENTER PRODUCER JEAN DALRYMPLE SIGNED BY ACTOR AND PRODUCER JOHN HOUSEMAN; SIGNATURE; AUTOGRAPH; JUILLARD SCHOOL; THE ACTING COMPANY; ORSON WELLES; CITY CENTER PRODUCER; JEAN DALRYMPLE;.

 
RANKIN [BLANCHARD], ELIZABETH [KATE] "KITTY" (1847-1911). POPULAR AMERICAN STAGE ACTRESS AND WIFE OF THE ACTOR MCKEE RANKIN.
Autograph Letter Signed by the Popular 19th Century American Stage Actress Kitty Blanchard Rankin.
New York, April 23rd, 1887. 1887. - Over 50 words penned on two 7 inch high by 4-1/2 inch wide attached leaves. The actress Kitty Blanchard writes to "Miss Thompson", sending her autograph "Preparatory leaving for Phila tearing up letters etc thought I had better send my autograph as you had requested it.." She goes on to say that her husband, the actor McKee Rankin is "very busy" but will "possibly send his later." Signed "Kate Rankin ('Mrs. McKee Rankin')". There is a tiny tear to the bottom of the fold and paper remnants with glue stains to the corners of the blank verso of the second page. Very good. The popular American stage actress from Pennsylvania Elizabeth "Kitty" Blanchard (1847-1911) was also known as "Katherine Blanchard" as evidenced from the coroner's report published in the December 15, 1911 Washington Evening Star. Popular throughout the 1870's and 80's she costarred with Kate Claxton in "The Two Orphans" and was a member of the cast in the New York production of George Bermard Shaw's "Arms and the Man". Married to the actor McKee Rankin, their children went on to marry into other stage families including the Barrymores, Drews and Davenports. Very good .
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Book number: 96578
USD 125.00 [Appr.: EURO 103 | £UK 88.75 | JP¥ 13671]
Catalogue: Theatre
Keywords: THEATRE; STAGE ACTRESS; AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED; SIGNATURE; ELIZABETH KITTY BLANCHARD; KATE RANKIN; KATHERINE RANKIN; MRS. MCKEE RANKIN; NINETEENTH CENTURY; 19TH CENTURY; THEATER.

 LANDI, ELISSA. (1904-1948). ITALIAN-BORN FILM ACTRESS AND AUTHOR., Card Signed by Elissa Landi.
LANDI, ELISSA. (1904-1948). ITALIAN-BORN FILM ACTRESS AND AUTHOR.
Card Signed by Elissa Landi.
Circa [1935]. [1935]. Circa [1935]. [1935]. Very good. - Lined index card, 3 inches high by 5 inches wide. Signed on the blank side "Sincerely, / Elissa Landi". The bottom left corner and the top & right edges of the card are darkened & there is a tiny crease to the top right corner. Very good.

Elissa Landi (1904-1948), an Italian-born actress, was educated in England. After writing her first novel at the age of twenty, she joined the Oxford Repertory Company and appeared in many British and American stage successes. During the 1920s she acted in a number of films, then traveled to the United States and appeared in a Broadway production of "Farewell to Arms". She was signed to a contract by Fox Film Corporation in 1931 and thereafter was paired successfully with such major leading men as Charles Farrell, Warner Baxter and Ronald Colman. She appeared with Robert Donat in the box office hit "The Count of Monte Cristo" [1934]. After her Fox contract was canceled in 1936 over a disputed role, she acted in several films for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. She retired in 1943, became a naturalized U.S. citizen and devoted herself to writing novels and poetry. Very good .

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Book number: 34079
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Catalogue: Film
Keywords: THEATRE; THEATER; STAGE; FILM; MOVIES; ITALIAN-BORN ACTRESS; AUTHOR; CARD SIGNED BY ELISSA LANDI; SIGNATURE; AUTOGRAPH.

 
TUCKER, SOPHIE (1887-1966). "THE LAST OF THE RED HOT MAMAS". UKRAINIAN-BORN AMERICAN SINGER, COMEDIAN, ACTRESS AND RADIO PERSONALITY.
Original Sienna-Toned Photograph of the Singer, Comedian and Actress Sophie Tucker, Nicknamed "the Last of the Red Hot Mamas", Signed by Her.
1934. 1934. - An original 10-1/8 inch high by 8 inch wide sienna-toned photograph of Sophie Tucker by Maurice Seymour of Chicago. The image portrays the short haired blond performer from the chest up. Attired in a sleeveless dark dress, her right arm rests on the unseen arm of a chair. The photographer's name is printed in white within the image at bottom right and his credits are stamped on the verso. Inscribed, signed and dated in blue ink by Sophie Tucker at bottom left: With compliments / Sophie Tucker / to Sonny Fuller / 1934". Round white cloth mounting tape reinforces the edges of two holes which have been punched through the top of the photograph. The photograph is lightly soiled with creases along the edges and corners, including two heavier horizontal creases along the right edge. Good. The Ukrainian-born American singer, comedian, actress and radio personality Sophie Tucker (1887-1966) was known for her powerful performances of comical and risque songs and was nicknamed "The Last of the Red Hot Mamas". Good .
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Book number: 37064
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Catalogue: Music
Keywords: MUSIC; AMERICAN SINGER; COMEDIAN; ACTRESS; STAGE; RADIO; SOPHIE TUCKER; THE LAST OF THE RED HOT MAMAS; ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH; PHOTOGRAPHY; SIGNED; INSCRIBED; INSCRIPTION; SIGNATURE; AUTOGRAPH; 20TH CENTURY; PERFORMER; TWENTIETH CENTURY.

 DAVENPORT. FANNY. (1850-1898). ANGLO-AMERICAN STAGE ACTRESS., Signature of Anglo-American Stage Actress Fanny Davenport.
DAVENPORT. FANNY. (1850-1898). ANGLO-AMERICAN STAGE ACTRESS.
Signature of Anglo-American Stage Actress Fanny Davenport.
1886. 1886. - A slip of cream paper approximately 3 inches high by 4-1/2 inches wide is boldly signed in black ink "Fanny Davenport / 1886". The paper is mounted on a piece of card of the same size. Remnants of paper adhere to the verso of the mount & a small area of its surface is rubbed away where it has been removed from an album. The paper is slightly rippled from the mounting & there is some very light glue staining to its top right corner. Very good.

Fanny Davenport [1850-1898] was an Anglo-American actress, born in London and brought to the United States in 1854. She made her debut in 1862 at the age of 12, appearing as the King of Spain in "Faint Heart Never Won Fair Lady" at Niblo's Garden in New York City. In 1869 she joined Augustin Daly's company and later, with a company of her own, appeared with great success in Sardou's "Fedora" [1883]. She took over emotional Sardou roles that had been originated in Europe by Sarah Bernhardt. Her last appearance was at the Grand Opera House in Chicago in March 1898, not long before her death. Very good .

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Book number: 36024
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Catalogue: Theatre
Keywords: THEATRE; THEATER; SIGNATURE OF ANGLO-AMERICAN STAGE ACTRESS FANNY DAVENPORT; SIGNED CARD; AUTOGRAPH; NINETEENTH CENTURY; 19TH CENTURY.

 PETROVA, OLGA. (1894-1977). SILENT FILM ACTRESS AND PLAYWRIGHT., Typed Letter Signed by Silent Film Actress and Playwright Olga Petrova to Agent Chamberlain Brown.
PETROVA, OLGA. (1894-1977). SILENT FILM ACTRESS AND PLAYWRIGHT.
Typed Letter Signed by Silent Film Actress and Playwright Olga Petrova to Agent Chamberlain Brown.
Clearwater, FL: December 15th, 1953. 1953. - 50 words typed on a sheet of glassine stock, 10-1/4 inches high by 7-1/4 inches wide, and dated "December 15th 1953". Boldly signed in green ink "Olga Petrovna" below her typed name. There is some very light creasing to the letter. Folded twice for mailing. Very good.

Olga Petrovna sends Christmas and New Year greetings to agent Chamberlain Brown: "Another Christmas. Another New Year and once again I write to tell you I'm thinking of you, hoping that the first may be a pleasant one and that the second may be VERY kind.."

Olga Petrova [1884-1977] was an American actor, screenwriter and playwright. She was born Muriel Harding in England, moved to the United States and became a vaudeville star using Olga Petrovna as her stage name. She starred in films for Solax Studios and was Metro Studio's first diva, usually playing femme fatale roles. Most of her films are now lost. She wrote several screenplays and, after retiring from the film industry in 1918, acted in Broadway productions and wrote three plays. Very good .

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Book number: 31953
USD 50.00 [Appr.: EURO 41.25 | £UK 35.5 | JP¥ 5468]
Catalogue: Film
Keywords: FILM; SILENT FILM STAR; AMERICAN ACTRESS; PLAYWRIGHT; SCREENWRITER; OLGA PETROVA; TYPED LETTER SIGNED; TLS; T.L.S.; SIGNATURE; AUTOGRAPH; AGENT; CHAMBERLAIN BROWN.

 ACUNA, ANGELINA., El Llamado de la Cumbre: Prosas. (Seleccion Minima).
ACUNA, ANGELINA.
El Llamado de la Cumbre: Prosas. (Seleccion Minima).
Guatemala: Editorial del Ministerio de Educacion Publica, 1960. 1960. - Octavo, softcover bound in pictorial wrappers. The spine is darkened with the head chipped. The wraps are lightly foxed & soiled. The front wrap is darkened along the spine with some staining to the top & front edges. The rear wrap is unevenly darkened. 98 pages & [2] leaves plus colophon. The gutters & the edges of the pages are darkened. Good.

First edition, limited to 1,500 copies.

Maria Angelina Acuna Sagastume de Castaneda [1905-2006] was a Guatemalan writer of prose and poetry. A major poet in her country, Acuna began publishing poetry in the 1930s. Her skillful use of language helped her to succeed and gain recognition in a society where men's intelligence was still believed to be superior to women's. Unlike some of her fellow Guatemalan female writers, like Elisa Hall de Asturias who gave up writing because of the prevailing misogyny, or Magdelena Spinola who faced ostracism during the dictatorship of Jorge Ubico Castaneda, Acuna was able to manipulate language and use poetic form to address the culture without appearing to be a threat. She celebrated her nationalism by employing imagery of mother earth's fertility to evoke both pride in her homeland and address the patriarchy of her times without explicit confrontation. Good .

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Book number: 35796
USD 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 62 | £UK 53.25 | JP¥ 8203]
Catalogue: Literature
Keywords: LITERATURE; CENTRAL AMERICAN LITERATURE; GUATEMALAN LITERATURE; GUATEMALAN POET; FEMALE GUATEMALAN AUTHOR; ANGELINA ACUNA; EL LLAMADO DE LA CUMBRE: PROSAS. (SELECCION MINIMA); MISOGYNY; PATRIARCHAL SOCIETY; LIMITED EDITION; FIRST EDITION; 1ST EDITION.

 
ADAIR, VIRGINIA
Women of a Higher Nature
(Fowey, Cornwall, U.K.: Alexander Associates, 1998). 1998). (Fowey, Cornwall, U.K.: Alexander Associates, 1998). 1998). Very good. INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY VIRGINIA ADAIR - Octavo, softcover bound in pictorial wrappers. There is a price-sticker on the rear wrapper. 239 pages. 8 pages of black-and-white illustrations. Near fine.

Prepublication edition.

Inscribed by the author on the title page: "To .. -- who has the gift of healing -- / With love and all good wishes / Virginia Adair".

A study of women with healing, clairvoyant and other parapsychological powers. Very good .

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Book number: 23049
USD 25.00 [Appr.: EURO 20.75 | £UK 17.75 | JP¥ 2734]
Catalogue: Metaphysics
Keywords: METAPHYSICS; PARAPSYCHOLOGICAL POWERS; CLAIRVOYANCE; SIXTH SENSE; HEALING POWERS; INTUITION; THIRD EYE; PARANORMAL GIFTS; PSYCHIC RESEARCH; EXTRASENSORY PERCEPTION; PSYCHICS; WOMEN OF A HIGHER NATURE; VIRGINIA ADAIR; PREPUBLICATION EDITION; INSCRIBED; SIG

 
(JESS). ADAM, HELEN
Ballads by Helen Adam: Signed by the Author
New York: Arcadia Press, (1964). (1964). New York: Arcadia Press, (1964). (1964). Very good. - Octavo, softcover bound in decorative gray wraps. The wraps are lightly rubbed, stained & foxed. [47] pages. 1 signature is pulled. Black-and- white full-page illustrations & decorations by Jess. Very good.

First trade edition.

Inscribed "Best wishes / Helen Adam" on the front endpaper. Very good .

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Book number: 30687
USD 125.00 [Appr.: EURO 103 | £UK 88.75 | JP¥ 13671]
Catalogue: Literature
Keywords: LITERATURE; POETRY; POEMS; POET; WOMAN POET; HELEN ADAM; INSCRIBED; SIGNED; SIGNATURE; AUTOGRAPH; BALLADS BY HELEN ADAM; ILLUSTRATOR; JESS; ILLUSTRATIONS; FIRST TRADE EDITION; 1ST TRADE EDITION.

 
(JESS). ADAM, HELEN
Ballads by Helen Adam
New York: Acadia Press, (1964). (1964). New York: Acadia Press, (1964). (1964). Very good. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY HELEN ADAM - Octavo, softcover bound in pictorial light gray wrappers. The binding is lightly bumped & soiled with some very light foxing or staining. [48] pages. Illustrated in black & white with full-page illustrattions and head- & tail-pieces by Jess. The contents are bright & fine. Very good.

First ediiton. With a preface by Robert Duncan.

Inscribed by the poet on the front endpaper and signed in full. Very good .

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Book number: 33374
USD 45.00 [Appr.: EURO 37.25 | £UK 32 | JP¥ 4922]
Catalogue: Literature
Keywords: LITERATURE; POETRY; POEMS; POET; BALLADS BY HELEN ADAM; INSCRIBED; SIGNED; SIGNATURE; AUTOGRAPH; ROBERT DUNCAN; FIRST EDITION; 1ST EDITION.

 ADAM, HELEN; BUKOWSKI, CHARLES; PURDY, CAROL; OLDS, SHARON; DICKEY, JAMES., The New York Quarterly, Number 21, 1978. (Cover Title).
ADAM, HELEN; BUKOWSKI, CHARLES; PURDY, CAROL; OLDS, SHARON; DICKEY, JAMES.
The New York Quarterly, Number 21, 1978. (Cover Title).
New York: The New York Quarterly Foundation, 1978. 1978. - Octavo, softcover bound in pictorial black-and-white wrappers. The binding is lightly bumped with some minor soiling. 116 pages. Black-and-white illustrations. Very good.

Among the contents of this issue are an interview with Helen Adam; poems by Charles Bukowski, Sharon Olds, James Dickey and many others; and an illustrated report on the First Annual NYQ Poetry Day Banquet, held on October 15, 1977. The occasion was a tribute to James Dickey and bestowed on him the NYQ Poetry Day award. Very good .

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Book number: 35345
USD 15.00 [Appr.: EURO 12.5 | £UK 10.75 | JP¥ 1641]
Catalogue: Literature
Keywords: LITERATURE; POETRY; PERIODICAL; THE NEW YORK QUARTERLY, NUMBER 21, 1978; POETS; INTERVIEW; HELEN ADAM; CHARLES BUKOWSKI; CAROL PURDY; SHARON OLDS; TRIBUTE TO JAMES DICKEY; FIRST ANNUAL NYQ POETRY DAY BANQUET; NYQ POETRY DAY AWARD.

 
ADAM, LEONHARD
Nordwest-Amerikanische Indianerkunst
Berlin: Verlag Ernst Wasmuth, [1923]. [1923]. Berlin: Verlag Ernst Wasmuth, [1923]. [1923]. Good. - Small quarto [10 inches high by 7 inches wide], black boards with printed paper labels on the front board & spine. The boards are warped & lightly bumped & rubbed. The head of the spine is torn with a small piece out, the tail is chipped & the label on the spine is darkened. 44 pages plus 48 pages of black-and-white illustrations. Also with black-and-white head- & tail-pieces. There is an owner's stamp on the front pastedown, the hinges are just starting & the page edges are darkened. Good.

Orbis Pictus/Weltkunst Bucherei, herausgegeben von Paul Westheim, Band 17. The text is in German. Good .

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Book number: 10581
USD 20.00 [Appr.: EURO 16.5 | £UK 14.25 | JP¥ 2187]
Catalogue: Art
Keywords: ART; NATIVE AMERICAN ART; AMERICAN INDIANS; NORTHWEST; LEONHARD ADAM; ILLUSTRATIONS; NORDWEST-AMERIKANISCHE INDIANERKUNST.

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