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Bargain Books Sale - $ 2 - $ 5 each

Art

1. Rembrandt. Zweite Mappe. Eduard Roloff. Verlag Von E.A.
Seemanns(?).
Runftlermappen 46. 1922(?). 8 color plates. 10" x 13". 14 pages of
text (in German),
includes photographs. Cardboard cover with color plate (of
Rembrandt-?). Excellent
condition.
2. Eakins Watercolors. Donelson F. Hooper. 1971. Watson-Guptil. DJ.
87 pages.
10 ½ x 11. 32 full-page color reproductions. 14 black and white
illustrations. Excellent condition.
3. McKittrick's Art Price Guide. 1988-9. Vol. 2. Excellent condition.
4. La Peinture Moderne. Marcel Brion. 1957. Editions D'Art Somogy
(French). Color
photographs. DJ. Excellent condition.
7. The Lost Museum-Nazi Conspiracy to Steal the World's Greatest Works
of Art. By Hector Feliciano. Basic Books, 1997. 278 pages, hardcover
with DJ. Mint condition. "A dramatic blend of World War II narrative,
art history and investigative journalism ... this is the first book to
reveal the details behind the international scandal...." Illustarted
with more than 60 photographs, most depicting paintings that have
vanished forever. Published at $27.50.
8. Space (ISBN:071669901X) Becklake, Sue, Bines, Gary (illustrator)
Two-Can Publishing, 1997. Paper. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. 48pp.
Index. Glossary. Numerous photos, drawings, and other color
illustrations. Top and bottom corner of cover are lightly creased.
9. Pablo Picasso text by William S. Lieberman Copyright 1954.
Picasso : Pablo Picasso : Blue and Rose Periods. 6 pages of text by
William S. Lieberman. Part of the Abrams Art Book Series. With 16 full
page and full color plates. Published by Art Treasures of the World,
Harry N. Abrams, Inc. copyright 1954. The pages are 12 1/2" x 11". The
pages are in good condition and the binding is mostly firm. However,
there are some loose plates and pages - none missing. The paper cover
with one of the plates pasted to the front cover has some light
discoloration and light edgewear. Celaphane covering has some tearing.
4" of binding bottom frayed.
10. Manet. Abrams Art Book, 1953. 12 x 15. "16 Beautiful Full Color
Prints." 6 pages of text. 2" bottom binding frayed. VG cond.
11. Utrillo. Abrams Art Book. 1953. 12 x 15. "16 Beautiful Full Color
Prints." 6 pages of text. Slight bottom left corner edge wear & slight
cover wear.
12. Renoir. Abrams Art Book.1952. 12 x 15. "16 Beautiful Full Color
Prints." 6 pages of text. 1" left corner bottom edge wear & rear
bottom left frayed slightly.
13. Modigliani 2. Pinacotteca De Los Genios. 10 x 14. 1964. Editorial
Codex, Brazil. . "16 Beautiful Full Color Prints (back to back)." 4
pages of text in Spanish. Pen writing & small name stamp on cover with
some fraying near left eye of art &circle showing bottom of bottle
residue; also left side edge wear and left side edge small tears and
inside separated from binding.
14. Renoir and His Contemporaries. Engagement Calendar, 1986. Selected
paintings from the Art Institute of Chicago and the Museum of Fine
Arts, Boston with notes. Rings bound. Harry N. Abrams, 7 x 9.
Excellent condition.
15. La Pieta D’Avignon. Albert Skiva Ed. Large size. 4/15/47. Geneva,
Switzerland. Germain Bazin’s text. 14th Century. 8 plates. Ex. Cond.

Antiques and Collectibles
Hardcovers
1. Country Furniture. By Aldren A. Watson. Lyons & Burford Publishers,
1994. 288 pages, 7 1/2 x 10, Paperback. Over 100 pencil drawings.
Published at $18.95. Excellent condition. "Valuable to a woodworker
and entertaining for the most casual reader." (NY Times). A practical
guide to crafting traditional country furniture by hand. Explains the
tools, techniques and methods of the early American cabinetmakers.
Contains an illustrated glossary of all the old cabinetmaker's terms.
"In truth, it is about as a good as a book can be." (Commonweal).
2. Lyle Official Antiques Review. 1974-5. DJ.
3. Collectors' Progress. Stanley W. Fisher. 1971. Michael Joseph-
British. Hardcover with DJ. 206 pages. Buying at auction from dealers
and privately – true and amusing stories about the eccentricities of
dealers and their clients. Excellent condition.
4. The Collectors. Rau, Bob anecdotes and answers about antiques and
collectibles Portland, OR Graphic Arts Center, 1988. Hardcover with
dust jacket. Near Mint condition; gold-stamped oversized textured red
bds. 104 pgs. Companion to the PBS series. Foreword by Dana Garrett.
Indexed. Illustrated by color photos. 1st edition. Intro. to
Collecting; Auctions; Estate Sales; Buying From An Antique Shop; It's
Show Time; Flea Markets; Publications for Collectors; Tax Guidelines;
Appraisals; Caring for Your Collectibles; Potpourri; Index.
5. COLLECTING: The Passionate Pastime. By Susanna Johnston & Tim
Beddow. Harper & Row, 1986, First U.S. Edition, 136 pages, 9 x 11.
Hardcover with dust jacket, Excellent condition. Published at $24.95.
29 strange and spectacular collections and the rare individuals behind
them. Antique Woodworking Tools; Sewing Machines; Churchilliana and
Other Commemorabilia; Steam Locomotives and Rolling Stock;
Architectural relics; Angler's Equipment; A Collection from China &
Japan; Unicorns; Prams, Mail Carts & Bassinets; Wemyss Ware; Milk
Bottles; Plastics; Butterflies; Sir Arhtur Conan Doyle; The Mander &
Mitchenson Theatre Collection; British Police Equipment; Toy Soldiers;
The Pack Age Revisited; Snowshill Manor; Vintage Cameras etc.
6. EMYL JENKINS' APPRAISAL BOOK: IDENTIFYING, UNDERSTANDING, AND
VALUING YOUR TREASURES. 1989. Crown (USA). First edition. Published at
$24.95. DJ.Excellent condition. 9.5 x 7.5. 326pp. B/w photos & illus
throughout. This book provides step-by-step advice on evaluating the
worth of your possessions, tips on how to use and hire an appraiser,
as well as how to go about getting insurance to protect against loss.
Sections: Why Your Possessions are Valuable; Why You Need to Know What
Your Possessions are Worth; How You Can Make Your Own Inventory or
Appraisal; What is It & What is It Worth; Where to Find Other
Answers.
8. Antiques-An Illustrated A to Z. Therel Hughes. 1972. World
Publishing. Ex. lib. DJ.
9. Collecting Bygones. Amoret & Christopher Scott. 1964. David McKay
Co. Illustrations and photographs. DJ.
14. Collecting Tomorrow's Antiques Today. Norma Flayderman & Edna
Lagerwall. 1972.
Doubleday & Co. 80 photographs. DJ-tear.
15. Antiques For the Home. Alice R. Rollins. 1946. Harper Bros.
Photographs. DJ-tear.
16. Collecting Nostalgia-First Guide to Antiques of the 30s and 40s.
John Mebane. 1972.
Popular Library. Photographs. Ex. lib.
17. How To Collect Anything Book. Sylvia O'Neill Dorn. 1976. Doubleday
& Co.
21. Primer of American Antiques. Carl W. Drepperd. 1944. Doubleday,
Doran & Co.
Illustrations.
34. Discovering Antiques-Vol. 1. 1972. Greystone Press. Color & Black
& White
photographs.
49. Collecting Baseball Cards. Donn Pearlman. Bonus Books, 1988. 118
pages, softbound. Excellent condition. "How to buy them, store them,
trade them, and keep track of their value as investments." "This fully
illustrated book shows how collecting baseball cards can be a money-
making adventure, educational, and, course, fun!
51. How To Recognize & Refinish Antiques For Pleasure & Profit. By
Jacqueline Peake. Harper & Row, 1984, First Edition. 242 pages,
hardcover with dust jacket. Numerous photos. Excellent condition.
Originally published at $15.95. Where to look for bargains; ways to
tell an antique from a reproduction. You'll learn everything you need
to know - from uncovering a battered piece of old furniture to
restoring it to its former glory. Options for turning your hobby into
a business.
53. Everybody's Guide to Plate Collecting. By Herschell Lewis and
Margo Lewis. Bonus Books, 1988, 180 pages, softbound. Includes 16
pages of photos. Published at $9.95. Excellent condition. Strategies
for both new and experienced plate collectors. They include a fast-
paced history of plate collecting, outline the rise of modern limited
edition plates and explain the intricacies of the backstamp. They
answer questions every collector asks.
58. The Joy of Collecting, with Craven Moore. Rinker, Harry L. / Hill,
Frank R.. Wallace-Homestead Book Company Lombard, Illinois 1985 First
Trade Paperback Trade. 7¾" - 9¾". Excellent condition
61. Matchbook Collector’s Price Guide. By Phil Retskin. WorldComm,
1994. Softbound, Advance Uncorrected Proofs. 352 pages. How to Grade
Matchcovers, Hints for New Collectors, and much more. Excellent
condition.
62. Stoneware in the Blue and White. By M.H. Alexander. An
Identification and Value Guide. Paperback, 136 pages. Pitchers by
Pattern, Bowls & Crocks, Butters by Pattern, Salts by Pattern,
Canisters, Cookies, Coolers and Containers, Spongeware, Sleepy Eye.
Numerous illustrations. Excellent condition.
64. I Buy Junk. I Sell Antiques. Written and Illustrated by John R.
Stiger. 169 pages, paperback. Humorous book about colorful side of the
antiques business – collectors, dealers, auctioneers, show managers,
buyers and flea marketers. Excellent condition.
65. Blue Book of American Antiques. By Paul Fellows. Wynwood Press,
366 pages, paperback. Numerous illustrations. Americana, Art, Banks,
Baskets, Candlesticks, Clocks, Fireplace Items, Furniture, Mirrors,
Pottery, Redware, Stoneware, Toys, Utensils, Weathervanes. Excellent
condition.
66. Timeless Treasures. Emilie Barnes. Harvest House Publishers,
galley, 78 pages, 8 ½ x 11, paperback. Illustrations. True and
poignant stories about people’s treasures that hold special meaning
for them. Excellent condition.

Books – Dolls
McMasters Teddy Bears Picnic – Auction Catalog. June 6, 1994. 92
pages, 245 lots. Illustrated – color. $7

Toys
1. Wind-Ups-Tin Toy Dreams. Teruhisa Kitahara. Chronicle Books, 1985.
127 pages, 7 ¼ x 10. Color and Black & White photos. Excellent
condition.
2. Yesterday's Toys-Robots, Celluloid Dolls, Clowns and Animals.
Teruhisa Kitahara. Chronicle Books, 1988. 9 x 12, 116 pages. Fabulous
color photos. Excellent condition.

Hobbies
1. Country Furniture. By Aldren A. Watson. Lyons & Burford Publishers,
1994. 288 pages, 7 1/2 x 10, Paperback. Over 100 pencil drawings.
Published at $18.95. Excellent condition. "Valuable to a woodworker
and entertaining for the most casual reader." (NY Times). A practical
guide to crafting traditional country furniture by hand. Explains the
tools, techniques and methods of the early American cabinetmakers.
Contains an illustrated glossary of all the old cabinetmaker's terms.
"In truth, it is about as a good as a book can be." (Commonweal).
2. Space (ISBN:071669901X) Becklake, Sue, Bines, Gary (illustrator)
Two-Can Publishing, 1997. Paper. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. 48pp.
Index. Glossary. Numerous photos, drawings, and other color
illustrations. Top and bottom corner of cover are lightly creased.
3. Painting Furniture – A Practical Guide to Hand Painted, Broken
Color and Faux Finishes For Furniture. By Rosie Fisher. Little Brown,
1989. 160 pages. 330 color photographs. Step-by-step diagrams. Good
easy-to-follow instructions for a wide range of paint effects. 9 x 11
½. Hardcover with dust jacket.

Music
1. Jazz Expose: The New York Jazz Museum and the Power Struggle That
Destroyed It. By Howard E. Fischer, Founder and Executive Director of
the Museum. The New York Jazz Museum was the most significant
institution for jazz in the world from 1972 to 1977. Why you never
heard of it; the Museum had an archive of 25,000 items; the Museum had
its own building in New York City on West 55th Street off 6th Avenue;
the Museum was supported by the federal and state of New York
governments, it won awards; its Boards included well-known jazz
musicians, producers, writers, etc.; Louis Armstrong was its Honorary
President; the Power Struggle went on for 10 years; what the Today
Show, the New York Times etc. said about the New York Jazz Museum.
$15.
2. The Great Operas-Tannhauser, Wagner. Cuthbert J. Hadden. T.C. & E.
C. Jack - Frederick A Stokes Co. 1907(?). Illustrated - 4 color plates
and black and white. 4 1/2" x 6". 46 pages. Inscribed inside first
facing page "To Erich from Bessie Dec. 25, 1907". Cover titles and art
in gold leaf. Binding slightly loose. Cover stains-not major.
Otherwise good condition.
4. Buds and Blossoms-Melodic Music Course. S. H. Lightner. 1891.
Binding broken.
6. They Still Sing of Love. Sigmund Spaeth. 1929.
7. Music. William Lyons Phelps. 1930. Inscription. DJ (torn).
8. D.D. Samuel M. Worcester. Crocker & Brewster. 1857. Small size.
DJ. Water stains; binding loose.
16. Comprehensive Catalogue of Vocal Solos. Chappell Group. 1959. .
32. Nine Lives of Billy Rose. Polly Rose Gottleib. 1968. DJ. (2
copies).
35. Wunnerful, Wunnerful-Lawrence Welk. Prentice-Hall. 1971. DJ.
38. Official Price Guide to Music Collectibles. Susan Gould & Robert
Fredericks. House of Collectibles. 1980. 406 pages. DJ.
40. The Harrison Catalog. Vol. I, No. 2. 45rpm Extended Play records.
April, 1953. 66 pages. Paper.
49. Music Tracker 1.0 Software - "Inventory & Pricing Software for
Vinyl Record Collectors - Point. Click. Collect." Use with Microsoft
Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000 or ME. CD-ROM Drive.
54. The History of Music. Paul Landormy. Charles Scribner’s Sons,
1934. Hardcover. 405 pages. Binding loose and ½ torn.
55. Chopin. Antoni Gronowicz. Drawings by George Avison. Thomas Nelson
& Sons, 1944. Hardcover. 202 pages. Binding loose and part torn; cover
stained. All pages in excellent condition.
56. Women Making Music – The Western Art Tradition, 1150-1950. Edited
by Jane Bowers and Judith Tick. University of Illinois Press, 1987.
Softcover. 409 pages, 6 x 9. Very good condition.
58. Sing For Your Supper. Rodgers and Hart. Libretto & Principal-
Chorus Part (Complete Vocal Book). Rodgers and Hammerstein Theatre
Library, 1978. Softcover. Tape on cover, edge wear. 75 pages, 6 x 9.
59. The Enjoyment of Music. Third Edition/Shorter. By Joseph Machlis.
W.W. Norton & Co., 1963. Hardcover. 501 pages. Very good condition
with a few pages having yellow highlights. Color and black and white
photos.
60. Harmony. Third Edition. By Walter Piston. W.W. Norton & Co., 1969.
Hardcover. 374 pages. Writing and yellow highlights on some pages;
binding slightly loose.
62. Tin Pan Alley – The Songs, The Performers & Their Times. By David
A. Jasen. 1988, Primus. Softcover. 312 pages. Illustrated. Excellent
condition.
63. Buried Alive. Janis Joplin. H w/DJ.
64. Strange Fruit. Lillian Smith. Signet Books, 1944. Paperback. 286
pages. Good condition.
65. The Jazz Tradition. Martin Williams. Mentor Book. Paperback. 191
pp. First Printing, June 1971. Good condition.

Dance
1. Dancers of the Ballet. Margaret F. Atkinson & May Hillman. 1955.
Spine torn cover soiled.
2. Dance To The Piper. Agnes DeMille. 1952. DJ. Very good condition.

Film & Theatre
1. THE LONG VIEW. By Basil Wright. "An idiosyncratic history and
appreciation of the movies, from Vitascope to Video, from Melies to
Last Tango ..." International history of film. 707 pages. Hardcover
with Dust jacket. Excellent condition.
3. Cinema of Edward G. Robinson. 1972. By James Robert Parish and
Alvin H. Marill. A.S. Barnes & Co. DJ. Photographs. Large size. 270
pages. Numerous photos. Excellent condition. $20.
4. This Way Miss. George Jessel. 1955. DJ.
5. Gone With the Wind Sourcebook. Pauline Bartels. Paper. 1993. (plus
advance uncorrected galleys).
6. Collecting Movie Memorabilia. By Sol Chaneles. Arco Publishing Co.
176 pages, paperbound. Numerous rare photos. Very good condition.
Chapters- Black & White Movie Stills; Color Photographs & Negatives;
Posters, Lobby Cards, and Inserts; 3-D, Decorative memorabilia,
Curious and Knickknacks; Fan Magazines (Fanzines); Press Books; Movie
Books:Novelizations, Big Little Books, Scrapbooks and Books About
Movies; Sound Tracks and Other Movie Music; Resources. Excellent
resource for the new collector, the avid collector and the dealer who
handles movie memorabilia on an occasional basis. Covers the gamut!
8. ACTOR'S GUIDE. By Donald Farber. Drama Book Specialists, 134 pages,
softbound. Excellent condition. What you should know about the
contracts you sign. "This book clearly explains what you are entitled
to, and what is expected of you. Contracts with agents, agencies, and
personal managers are explained in detail. Prepares you for sensible
decisions and helps determine specific questions you may want to ask
an employer.
9. From Option to Opening. By Donald C. Farber. DBS Publications. 131
pages, hardcover with dust jacket. Excellent condition. For the
professional or potential producer anywhere-for the student, actor,
writer, director or investor. By noted theatrical attorney.
10. The Neighborhood Playhouse. By Alice Lewisohn Crowley. Theater
Arts Books, 1959, 266 pages, hardcover with dust jacket. Inscribed in
pen on first blank facing page by "Noel (?)"-2 lines, otherwise in
excellent condition. Numerous rare photos. This experimental theater
group on New York's lower East Side from 1915 to 1927 spawned first
performances of many important plays with stage legends Ethel
Barrymore, Ellen Terry, Coomaaraswamy, Tagore, Robert Edmond Jones
plus Martha Graham and many others. It was called the "miracle on
Grand Street" and was "a recapitulation of the evolutionary history of
theatre itself."
11. Anatomy of Me - Fannie Hurst. 367 pages, hardcover with dust
jacket. Excellent condition. "Millions of readers have loved Fannie
Hurst's short stories and novels and yet know little about the
remarkable woman who wrote them. Her special creative gift has been
her ability to see beyond the tedium and disappointments of daily
existence and write inspiringly of the true excitement and meaning to
be found in every person's life. And the special fascination of
Anatomy of Me is that it reveals the sources of this sympathy and
understanding, for it is a vivid self-portrait of a colorful warm-
hearted writer whose lifelong 'hobby' has been people."
12. Nine Lives of Billy Rose. "An Intimate Biography by Polly Rose
Gottlieb." Crown Publishers, 1968, 290 pages, 75 photographs.
Hardcover with dust jacket. Excellent condition. "Billy Rose was one
of the most fabulous personalities of our time. His nine amazing
careers and his five tangled marriages made headlines-and legends-
around the world. And for many months after his death in 1966, the
contest over his burial and over his will made major news items in the
newspapers and magazines of the country."
13. HELEN HAYES on Reflection. An Autobiography with Sanford Doty. M.
Evans & Co., 1968, 253 pages, hardcover with dust jacket. Excellent
condition. Our "The First Lady of the Theater" tells all.
14. Films Deliver – Teaching Creatively With Film. Anthony Schillaci
and John M. Culkin, Editors. Citation Press, 1970. 394 pages. (P).
Excellent condition.
15. The World in a Frame: What We See in Film. By Leo Braudy.
University of Chicago Press, 1976. (P). 274 pages. (P). Excellent
condition.
16. A Pictorial History of the Movies. By Deems Taylor. Simon &
Schuster, 1943. (H). 350 pages. Excellent condition.
17. All Talking! All Singing! All Dancing! – A pictorial history of
the movie musical. By John Springer. Citadel press, 1966. 256 pages.
Large-size (H) (DJ – edges frayed). Excellent condition.
18. A Treasury of Laughter. Selected & Edited by Louis Untermeyer;
Illustrated by Lucille Corcos. Simon & Schuster, 1946. 712 pages,
hardcover. Humorous stories, poems, essays, tall tales, jokes, boners,
epigrams, memorable quips and devastating crushers. Good condition.
Contributions by H.L. Mencken, Ogden Nash, Robert Benchley, George S.
Kaufman, Dorothy Parker et al.
19. Living Theater: A History by Edwin Wilson & Alvin Goldfarb.
Publisher: N.Y. McGraw Hill., 1994.; Med 8vo. (X1X,550pp). Plates:
Profusely Illust With B/W Photo's, Line Drawings & Maps. Orig Colored
Illust Bds . Book is in excellent condition except that up to P.169
and a few pages thereafter there are many pen underlines and yellow
highlights. Contents include- Early Theater,Roman Theater, Medieval
Theater, Theaters Of The Renaissance, The Italian Renaissance,The
Spanish Golden Age, French Neoclassical, Theater From
1660-1875,Theater In The Eighteenth Century Theater From 1800-1875,
Modern Theater, Theater From 1915-1945, 1945-1970 & Contemporary
Theater. 2nd ed. Selling elsewhere for more than $50.
20. Black Theater in America. By James Haskins. Thomas Y. Crowell, NY.
1982. 184 pages. Numerous rare photographs. DJ. Excellent condition.
21. Development Through Drama. Brian Way. Longman, 1973. Softcover.
308 pages. Underlining on pages. Good condition.
22. Continental Stagecraft. Kenneth Macgowan, Robert Edmond Jones.
Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1922. Hardcover. 233 pages. Color and black and
white plates. Binding loose and torn away and back cover separated.
Pages excellent.
23. Films of Shirley MacLaine. By Christopher Paul Denis. Citadel
press, 1980. Softcover. 224 pages. Top corner edge is water stained
throughout; otherwise good condition. 9 x 12. Tons of black and white
photos.
24. David Niven – Bring on the Empty Horses. G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1975.
336 pages. Hardcover with dust jacket (edge wear). First few pages
have water stain at bottom fold; otherwise good condition. 16 pages of
rare black and white photos.
25. Susan Strasberg. Bitter Sweet. G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1980. Hardcover
with dust jacket (slight tear at upper left). 285 pages. Very good
condition.
26. Due to Circumstances Beyond Our Control. Fred W. Friendly. Random
House, 1967. Hardcover. 325 pages. Very good condition.
27. Introduction to Drama. Robert C. Roby, Barry Ulanov. McGraw-Hill,
1962. Hardcover. 704 pages. 3 names signed inside front cover. Good
condition. Oedipus Rex, Medea, Miles Gloriosus, The Satire of the
Three Estates, The Alchemist, The Duchess of Malfi, The Misanthrope,
Phaedra, The Way of the World, Rusmersholm, The Dance of Death, Man &
Superman, The Cherry Orchard, From Morn to Midnight, Tiger at the
Gates. Glossary, Bibliography, Chronology.
28. Elizabethan Drama. The Harvard Classics. Edited by Charles W.
Eliot LLD. Vol. II. P.F. Collier, 1910. Hardcover. Pages 447 to 899.
Good condition. The Shoemaker’s Holiday, The Alchemist, Philaster, The
Duchess of Malfi, A New Way to Pay Old Debts.
29. Continental Drama. The Harvard Classics. Edited by Charles W.
Eliot LLD. Vol. 26. P.F. Collier & Son, 1910. 474 pages. Hardcover.
Good condition. Life is a Dream, Polyeucte, Phaedra, Tartuffe, Minna
von Barnhelm, William Tell, Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller.
30. Cyrano de Bergerac. Edmond Rostand. Oxford French Series. Second
Edition. Oxford University Press, 1962. Introduction in English.
Hardcover. 419 pages. Good condition.
31. Opportunities in Acting Careers. Dick Moore. VGM Career Horizons,
1985. Softcover. 144 pages. Ex-lib. Good condition.
32. Making Plays – The Writer-Director Relationship in the Theatre
Today. Richard Nelson & David Jones. Faber & Faber, 1995. Softcover.
165 pages. Inscription (may be from David Jones). Good condition.
33. DUKE John Wayne Album -OOP 1979. Over 200 photos, B & W and color.
160 pages, 8 1/2 x 11. Very good condition.

SPORTS
1. Strike Three. Clair Bee. Grosset & Dunlap (1949). VG condition.
3. Great Hitters of the Major Leagues. Frank Graham, Jr. Randon House
(1969). Excellent condition.
4. Strange But True Baseball Stories. Furman Bisher. Random House
(1966). Excellent condition.
6. Collecting Baseball Cards. Donn Pearlman. Bonus Books, 1988. 118
pages, softbound. Excellent condition. "How to buy them, store them,
trade them, and keep track of their value as investments." "This fully
illustrated book shows how collecting baseball cards can be a money-
making adventure, educational, and, course, fun!

Children's
1. Clifford The Big Red Dog. Norman Bridwell. Scholastic Inc. 27
pages. Excellent condition.
2. My Friend Mac-The Story of Little Baptiste and the Moose. By May
McNeer & Lynd Ward. Hardcover with dust jacket (some edge wear),
illustrated, 79 pages, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1960. Excellent
condition." This hilarious story of a boy's search for a friend and
the satisfying way he finds one is certain to appeal to beginning
readers. It has all the elements they look for in a book - vocabulary
they know, lots of action, and pictures on every page."
3. BILL COSBY'S-Friends of A Feather. Beautifully illustrated by Erika
Cosby. 9 3/4 x 8 3/4. Hardcover, Harper Entertainment, 2003. "This
book is dedicated to all parents, children, and elders who join to
strengthen youngsters." "In this story about a zealous bird who learns
to soar from under the shadow of his best friend's wing comes a
powerful message about being oneself and the glorious freedom that can
bring!" Published at $16.95. Excellent condition.
4. TOY BOOK - Steven Caney-Turtle Races, Moustache and More Than 50
Other Good Toys to Make With Children. Softcover, approx. 8 x 9, 175
pages, illustrated throughout with Black & White Photographs and
Drawings. Includes instructions for Discovery Toys, Pretending Toys,
Games, Building Toys, Action Toys and Design Toys. In Very Good-
condition. Cany "is a well-known designer and consultant on toys and
educational materials." Selling elsewhere for $20!
5. Rock of Ages. By Tonya Bolden. Illustrated by R. Gregory Christie.
Dell Dragonfly Books, 2001. 8 ½ x 11, 35 pages. “…a moving poem to the
Black Church in America.” Excellent condition.
6. Space (ISBN:071669901X) Becklake, Sue, Bines, Gary (illustrator)
Two-Can Publishing, 1997. Paper. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. 48pp.
Index. Glossary. Numerous photos, drawings, and other color
illustrations. Top and bottom corner of cover are lightly creased.
7. The Shadow Puppet Book. Janet Lynch-Watson. Sterling Publishing
Co. Inc., 1980. 128 pages, 8 x 9, hardcover. Basic patterns for making
all kinds of shadow puppet actors; ideas and drawings; 3 complete
plays to perform; dozens of tips and ideas; numerous illustrations.
Library markings at bottom of spine on some inside pages. Very good
condition.
8. RARE A Picture Story Book for children. Illusrated. Designed by
Maywill Dudley.1934. Hardcover, 9 1/2" x 12". Whitman Publishing Co.
Binding is loose. Small handwritten inscription inside front cover and
small red word written near top on facing page inside front cover.
Cover shows general wear.
9. K is for Kwanzaa.

Miscellaneous Fiction and Non-Fiction
All hardcovers unless indicated (P)
Fiction
1. Der Fluch der Schonheit. By Wilherlm Riehl. Ginn & Co. 1908.
Hardcover. 137 pages. Biograhical Sketch and Historical Background.
Edited with Introduction, Notes, Exercises in Conversation and
Composition, and Vocabulary by Arthur N. Leonard. "Prepared to meet
the needs of second and third year pupils in preparatory school, or of
beginners in college work." Good condition.
3. Payne, Darwin. The Man of Only Yesterday. 1975 (First Edition).
Harper & Row. DJ. Excellent condition.
4. The Horse Whisperer. Nicholas Evans. Delacorte Press, 1995. 404
pages. DJ. Excellent condition.
5. Cooper, James Fenimore. Last of the Mohicans. 1923. J.H. Sears &
Co. Pages loose, cover broken. Small size.
6. Yerby, Frank. Pride's Castle. 1949. Dial Press. DJ.
10. The Liberation Of Lord Byron Jones. Ford, Jesse Hill. Atlantic
Little Brown 1965. First edition. His second novel and third book.
Made into a movie in 1970. Fine in a fine dust jacket with just a
touch of wear to the edges.
11. John Brown’s Body. Stephen Vincent Benet. Rinehart and Company,
Inc., 1954. Hardcover. First edition thus. Illustrated by Fritz
Kredell and Warren Chappell. 7¾" - 9¾". Famous Civil War poem.Hard
bound with grey mottled paper boards and blue back-strip, orange
title. Front board has blue motif of cavalry bugler on horseback. 368
pages. Good condition.
12. A Farewell to Arms. Ernest Hemingway. Charles Scribner's Sons, New
York, 1957. Hardcover 8" x 9" tall. Blue Cloth and Gilt Stamped. No
Jacket. 314 pp. No Date but copyright was renewed by Ernest Hemingway
in 1957. 1st of this edition. This is a facsimile of the first edition
published by Charles Scribner's Sons, NY, in 1929. Very good
condition.
13. Death in the Afternoon. Ernest Hemingway. Scribners, New York and
London, 1955. 515 pp. 6.75 X 9. Hardcover with dust jacket (some
tears); newspaper articles in Spanish and photos pasted inside and
some pages faded therefor. Formated as the first issue. With a
profusion of full-page photographs of the bullfights. "In this book,
Hemingway has brought into focus a great deal that is significant
about human living and dying, and about the trade called literature,
put into this book, [are] the profound and subtle reasons why
bullfighting is so wonderful to so many men, why it is moving and
important and exalting. By virtue of an undismayed and undeceived
honesty he has been able to see what actually happens during moments
of overwhelming emotion when the exact cause of the exaltation is
usually unnoticed. There are episodes of gorgeous comedy and satire,
dicta about writing so honest and true, will very likely become common
axioms, so vivid and sincere and convincing is their presentation."
14. Bulldog Drummond Returns. H.C. McNeile. Doubleday & Co., 1953.
Hardcover, 185 pages. “A Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Crime Club Classic.”
Slight tears on spine; otherwise very good condition.
15. Strange Fruit. Lillian Smith. Signet Books, 1944. Paperback. 286
pages. Good condition.
16. Complete Works of William Shakespeare. Includes 7 poems. Abbey
Library. 1,099 pages - one volume. With DJ (torn at top - see photo).
Printed in Romania. "In this text the plays are presented as they
appear in the First Folio of 1623." Attached fabric place mark string.
Binding is firm - all pages excellent.

Non-Fiction
1. Bloom, Sol. The Story of the Constitution-1787-1937. 1st Edition.
1937. U.S. Constitution Sesquicentennial Commission. 192 pages.
Photographs. Some water stain at bottom fold. Includes text of the
Constitution and Portraits and Sketches of the Signers. Cardboard
binding edge torn away. Ex-libris.
2. Spradling, Mary Mace. In Black & White. 3rd Edition. 1985. Gale
Research Co. 628 pages. Large size.
3. FREEDOM -WHEN? James Farmer. Random House, 1966, hardcover with
dust jacket. 187 pages. Excellent condition. The then National
Director of CORE answers the hard questions facing the civil rights
revolution.
4. New Testament. NY Bible Society. Very small size.
5. Ghosts : vintage aircraft of World War II. Makanna, Philip & Fwd:
Chuck Yeager; Thomasson-Grant 1987 1st. Hardback, DJ. . VF/VF: AS NEW.
FIRST EDITION. 120 pgs. Has a wide range of attractive photographs of
flying WW II aircraft and a glossary with pertinent facts and 3 view
drawings of each aircraft pictured. The photographs are exceptional
and spawned the large yearly calendar of the same name. The late Jeff
Ethell "compiled" this book, although author credit is to Phil
Makanna. After you look at the pictures, make sure you read the
adjacent commentaries. Of the 9,500 P-38 Lightnings manufactured
during WWII, only four fly today. American factories produced over a
quarter of a million aircraft between 1940 and 1945. Today, only a
handful of the incredible Warbirds of WWII are flying, having been
bought as surplus or salvaged from desert sands, ocean floors, South
American jungles and Arctic slopes. World famous aviation photographer
Philip Makanna captures the vitality and grace of these restored
planes in this brand new coffee table book. It includes a forward by
Chuck Yeager as well as a nine page section filled with aircraft
specifications and sillouettes. There are 72 color photographs by
Philip Makanna as well as 22 historical B&W photos. 10½"x 12",
hardbound. $35
6.Chappie: America's First Black Four Star General - The Life and Time
of Daniel James, Jr. PHELPS, J. ALFRED. Novato, CA, Presido Press.
1991, First Edition. (ISBN: 0-374-17563-2) Hard Cover with dust
jacket. Very Good/Very Good. $18
7. Vacationing With Your Pet. By Eileen Barish. Pet-Friendly
Publications, 1994, 408 pages, softbound. Excellent condition.
Vacation Across America with Your Pet;Trip Tips on Vacationing With
Your Pet; Vacationing By Car - "Kennel Up"; To Kennel or Not To
Kennel; Travel Manners; What and How Do I Pack For My Pet; Make
Vacation Time Pleasureable Time; Travelling By Plane; My Pet's
Identification. Eileen's Directory of Pet-Friendly Lodging- Over
10,000 Listings of Hotels, Motels, Inns, Ranches and B and B's That
Welcome Guests with Pets! All 50 States and District of Columbia.
8. The UK to USA Dictionary. By John Hunter and Claudine Dervaes.
Solitaire Publishing, 1994. 4 3/4 x 5 1/2, 81 pages. Softbound.
Excellent condition. UK to USA Words and Expressions; USA to UK Words
and Expressions; Birds Common to Europe and North America; Temperature
Conversions; Comparative measures, Comparative Sizes, Electricity and
Emergencies. For Anglophiles, Trivia Buffs, Travellers.
9. Nobody Said it Better!- 2700 Wise & Witty Quotations About Famous
People. By Miriam Ringo. Rand McNally & Co., 1980, 382 pages,
hardcover with dust jacket. Excellent condition. Clever, sarcastic,
cutting, insightful, and often just downright funny remarks by and
about noted and notorious people through the ages make up this feast
of wit. Arranged by occupation. Useful as pure entertainment and for
speakers and writers to gain the attention of the audience or make a
point.
10. The Complete Book of Bicycling. By Eugene A. Sloane. Trident
Press, 1970. 342 pages. Hardcover with Dust Jacket. “A Comprehensive
Guide to all Aspects of Bicycles and Bicycling.” Over 160
illustrations. Very good condition.
11. The Railroad Station-An Architectural History. By Carroll L.V.
Meeks. Dover Publications, 1995. Softbound. More than 230
illustrations – photographs, floor plans, cutaways and more.
203 Pages. Fabulous landmarks in Europe and America. Excellent
condition.
12. Brink, William and Harris, Louis : THE NEGRO REVOLUTION IN
AMERICA. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1963. 249 pages. Hardcover with
dust jacket (very good condition except for slim upper edge fraying
and name written in pen at top of 3rd blank page; otherwise book is in
very good condition). A study based on a nationwide survey by Newsweek
Magazine, which attempts to answer the questions what Negroes want,
why and how they are fighting, whom they support, and what whites
think of them and their demands. Index.
13. Goethe – The History of Man. By Emil Ludwig. G.P. Putnam Sons,
1928, Seventh Impression, May 1934. Hardcover, 647 pages. Good
condition.
14. Handbook of SPECIAL EVENTS for Nonprofit Organizations. "Tested
Ideas for Fund Raising and Public Relations." How to run successful
award dinners, charity events, fashion shows, art exhibits, bazaars,
fairs, house tours, theater benefits, etc. How to get expense
underwriting and sponsorship. 224 pages. Hardcover with dust jacket.
Very good condition.
15. Rodeo - Cowboys, Bulls, and Broncos. Hardcover with dust-jacket,
tan cloth boards, pictorial end-papers, published 1963 by Doubleday &
Co. Inc., Garden City NY, written and illustrated by Sam Savitt. Book
measures app. 9x12 inches, 104 pages, includes 22 full-color
reproductions of watercolor paintings by the artist/author (several
are two-page spreads), and numerous black-and-white sketches. Chapters
include bareback riding, calf roping, saddle broncs, steer wrestling,
team roping bull riding, and girls barrel racing. Cover and selected
paintings - all are printed separately and ideal for framing in
standard off-the-shelf frames (if you're willing to remove them). Book
is 43 years old and long out of print, can be found at used book
dealers at prices up to $90. Condition – dust jacket has some tears;
ex-lib; some markings inside on text, otherwise good condition.
16. "Listen! The Wind" by Anne Morrow Lindbergh is the story of a
survey flight around the North Atlantic Ocean in 1933. With a forward
and map drawings by Charles A. Lindbergh. This is a 275-page hardcover
that was published in 1938 by Harcourt, Brace and Company and is
stated as a "first edition" on the copyright page. It is in nice
original condition with a bright red cover (small section of top spine
slight damage). Yellowing newspaper review with her picture included.
17. A Treasury of Laughter. Consisting of Humorous Stories, Poems,
Essays, Tall Tales, Jokes, Boners, Epigrams, Memorable Quips and
Devastating Crushers. Selected and edited, with an introduction by
Louis Untermeyer. Illustrated by Lucille Corcos. Published by Simon
and Schuster, New York in 1946. This FIRST EDITION book has some wear
on the cover, other than that it is in very good condition. 712 pages
and many illustrations.
18. Black American Pioneers-Stamped on History. Profiles of Twenty
Black Americans on United States Postage Stamps. By Glenderlyn Johnson
and Howard E. Fischer. Venture Publishing Co., 1987. 22 pages.
Illustrated with photos of the stamps. Stamp details, biographical
information and selected bibliographies. Booker T. Washington, George
Washington Carver, Frederick Douglass, W.C. Handy, Henry O. Tanner,
Salem Poor, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Harriet Tubman, Martin Luther King,
Jr., Benjamin Banneker, Whitney M. Young, Jr., Charles R. Drew, Ralph
Bunche, Jackie Robinson, Scott Joplin, Carter G. Woodson, Mary McLeod
Bethune, Sojourner Truth, Duke Ellington, Matthew Henson. Mint
condition.
19. Jeanne Jones ENTERTAINS. Cook It Light Menus for Every Occasion.
Crown Publishers, 1991. 176 pages, 9 x 11. Hardcover with dust jacket.
“Gloriously illustrated collection of 22 menus for breakfast, brunch,
lunch, dinner and holidays….Elegant and imaginative meals that are
nutritious as they are delicious.” Excellent condition.
20. Eugenics and Sex Relations for Men and Women. By Dr. Marc Henry
Frank, M.D., Ph.d. Preferred Publications Inc., 1932. 542 pages. Aims
of Eugenics, Physical and Mental Aspects of Marriage, Fertilization,
Sex at Will, Impotence and Sterility, Heredity and Breeding, Birth
Control, Trial Marriage, Divorce, Sex Education of Children,
Pregnancy, Care of Baby, Menopause, Diseases of Women, Prostate,
Venereal Disease, Masturbation, Hygiene, Nutrition, Anatomy, etc. Edge
wear on textured cover. Good condition.
21. Closing the Ring. Winston Churchill. Houghton Mifflin, Boston,
1951. Hardcover. 749 pages, including index. The fifth in a series of
six works by Winston Churchill on the history of World War II. From
Mr. Churchill's preface: " `Closing the Ring' sets forth the year of
conflict from June 1943 to June 1944." Very good condition.
24. Blood, Sweat & Tears. Winston Churchill. G. P. Putnam’s, 1941.
462pp. War speeches. Red clothbound. Cover has some damage; otherwise
very good condition.
25. The Life and Letters of John Greenleaf Whittier. By Samuel T.
Pickard. Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1894. Hardcover, 402 pages.
This authoritative biography and correspondence of the Quaker poet and
hymn writer was first and still essential Whittier biography and
collection of letters. Ex-lib. Good condition.
26. Brave Men. Ernie Pyle. Henry Holt and Company, New York, 1944. 474
pages. 6 X 9.
Hardcover. 1st Edition. Wartime correspondent Ernie Pyle's account of
the Anzio and Normandy landing and other WWII heroic exploits of the
American Expeditionary Forces. Very good condition except for small
tear at base of spine.
29. Paul Revere and the World He Lived In. Ester Forbes. Houghton
Mifflin, 1942. Cloth. First Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 510
pages, includes index. 32 illustrations, including frontis. The book
is covered in red cloth and has black lettering on spine with design
on front; endpapers are a map of Boston in 1769 and several
illustrations. This is more than a biography of Paul Revere, It is a
picture of the eighteenth century city of Boston; a panorama of royal
governors and their Redcoats; John Hancock, Sam Adams and the young
republic. Spineremoved; otherwise very good condition.
30. PT109 John F. Kennedy in World War II. Robert J. Donovan. McGraw-
Hill 1961. First Edition. Illustrated w/B&W photographs, in sections.
Photographic dust jacket. 220 pp. include index and list of
illustrations. The story of President John F. Kennedys WWII
experiences aboard the navy war boat, PT 109 near the Soloman Islands
in the Pacific Theater. Very good condition.
31. Brownie-Girl Scout Handbook. Girl Scouts of the USA, 1965.
Softbound in pastic; 8 x 9, 224 pages. Some writing inside front
cover; tear in upper area of front cover binding edge. Condition
inside very good. Profusely illustrated in color.
32. Geronimo – His Own Story. Edited by S.M. Barrett. E.P. Dutton,
1970. Hardcover with dust jacket. 190 pages. Jacket has a few small
tears, otherwise very good condition.
33. Cowboy Clothing and Gear. The Complete Hamley Catalog of 1942.
Dover Publications. Softcover. 1995. 160 pages. Excellent condition.
34. A Pictorial History of the American Indian. Oliver La Farge. 1957.
272 pages. 9” x 12”. Very good condition.


Books-Writing & Publishing – all books in very good condition

2. How to Publish Your Own Book. By L.W. Mueller. Paperback. 180
pages. How to promote your book before its published, how to get your
book reviewed, selling to wholesalers, bookstores and libraries, how
to promote your book after its published, etc. $5

3. Publishing Newsletters. By Howard Penn Hudson. Hardback (DJ). 205
pages. A Complete Guide to Markets, Editorial Content, Design,
Printing, Subscriptions, Management and more. $6

4. The Unabashed Self-Promoter’s Guide. By Dr. Jeffrey Lant. Large
size. Paperback. 365 pages. Producing the standard media kit; finding
and using information sources; arranging articles about you; how to
use photographs; publishing and using books by and about you; a
potpourri of promotional possibilities; sample news releases, letters,
etc. $8

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