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[Louis-Emile Edmond]. THÉATRE DES MARIONNETTES DU JARDIN DES TUILERIES. Texte et composition des dessins par M. Duranty. Paris: Imprimerie de Dubuisson et Cie., (1863). First edition. Illustrated with 24 hand-colored plates and with 25 color vignette illustrations laid-down on text pages within a printed double-rule border. [2] ff., ii, 387, [3] pp. Quarto, 11 by 7.5 in. (28 x 19 cm), in a modern binding of red cloth-backed marbled boards, with a black morocco spine label, and the original printed paper wrappers bound-in. The text is comprised of a brief introduction followed by the texts of 24 plays performed at the puppet theater in the Tuilieries Garden. Each play is accompanied by a full-page plate and has a vignette illustration laid-down at the head of the first page. The plays and illustrations feature Commedia dell'arte characters such as Polichinelle, Arlequin, Cassandre, Le Gendarme, Le Diable, Columbine, Pierrot, and Le Sorcier. Although this copy lacks the dedication page and has some scattered light foxing throughout, it is otherwise complete and attractive, having bright and lively illustrations, and in very good condition. Edmond Duranty (1833-1880) was an author and influential art critic, being the first to write an insightful analysis of Impressionism in 1876. Initially a champion of Realism, having co- founded the monthly journal Réalisme in 1856, and having writtenseveral novels in the Realist-Naturalist style in the 1860s, he became a champion of the new Impressionist art after 1863 when Emilie Zola introduced him to Impressionist painters. Edouard Manet and Edgar Degas became good friends, and Degas painted a great portrait of him in 1879. References: Vicaire III: 534. Sorensen, Lee. "Duranty, [Louis-Emile] Edmond Duranty." Dictionary of Art Historians (website). www.dictionaryofarthistorians.org/durantyl.htm
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$850.00


Books from the library of Moorfield Storey

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Four books warmly inscribed by James Russell Lowell to Charles W. Storey

1.   LOWELL, James Russell. FIRESIDE TRAVELS. Boston: Ticknor & Fields, 1864. 324p. First edition.  Unrecorded state as it has 5 blank pages before the list of Mr. Lowell's writings.  Bound in terra cotta cloth which is somewhat faded. Gilt stamped spine and blind stamped boards. Chips to head and tail. Inscribed "To / C.W.Story, / With the Author's love / 1864."   In addition, the book was passed to the recipient's son, Moorfield Storey, the first president of the NAACP with his bookplate on the front pastedown. (BAL 13117).        $650.00
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2.   LOWELL, James Russell.  UNDER THE WILLOWS and Other Poems. Boston: Fields, Osgood, & Co., 1869. 286p. Bound in brick colored cloth with gilt stamping to spine and front board. Blind stamping to rear board.  Boards have beveled edges.  This is an inscribed presentation from Lowell to his good friend Charles W. Storey dated 21 Nov.1868 and signed "with the author's love." (The second printing was not undertaken until 28 Nov.) This copy conforms to the deposit copy in all respects being a first edition, first printing, with erratum slip in the rear.  The sheets are state B (with a hand written correction by Lowell on page 224), binding A.  A few minor bumps to edges and slight wear to head and tail.  (BAL 13129)  A wonderful association.          $650.00
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3.   LOWELL, James Russell. MY STUDY WINDOW. Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, 1871. 433p. First edition. This has all the points consistent with a first printing, however an inscription date prior to 3 February is necessary to seal the deal.  Lowell has inscribed this copy twice.  First without date to "C.W.S. from J.R.L." Then again on the title page to "Chas. W. Storey / from the Author / Apr. 20. 1875", Bound in green cloth with blind stamping and beveled boards. Gilt spine. Interior hinges have been strengthened and there has been a bit of repair. Cloth bubbling from front board.  The general appearance is just very good.          $450.00
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4.    LOWELL, James Russell.  DEMOCRACY AND OTHER ADDRESSES. Cambridge: Houghton Mifflin, 1887. 245p.8vo. First edition, first printing, (full/trade format). The two corrections made

 

in the second printing are made in ink by Lowell.  Bound in green cloth with gilt stamping to spine. Inscribed presentation "To / Charles W. Storey / With the affectionate regards / of / J. R. Lowell / Xmas,1886."  A good copy. (BAL 13187).        $450.00
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7  books with Moorfield Storey's bookplate, of which 5 are inscribed by Edward Waldo Emerson 

5.   ADAMS, Henry, editor.  DOCUMENTS RELATING TO NEW-ENGLAND FEDERALISM 1800-1815.  Boston: Little, Brown & Company, 1877. First edition.  xii, 437 pp.  Preface by Adams on pages [v]-viii. Octavo, red cloth, gilt title on spine.  Bookplate of Moorfield Storey (American, 1845-1929), an attorney and an important civil rights activist who served as the first president of the NAACP.  A near fine copy, slightly darkened on spine, with a touch of wear at heel and crown, else clean and crisp.  (BAL 8).          $475.00
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7.   EMERSON, Edward Waldo.  EMERSON IN CONCORD: A MEMOIR. Written for the "Social circle" in Concord, Massachusetts.  Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, Cambridge: The Riverside Press, 1889.  First edition, with an early ink inscription, dated December 1888, from the author Edward W. Emerson, son of Ralph Waldo Emerson, to Moorfield Storey, whose bookplate is present on ffep. Storey (American, 1845-1929) was an attorney and an important civil rights activist, who served as the first president of the NAACP.  266 pp.  Octavo, bound in publisher's green cloth with gilt spine lettering, t.e.g.  Binding is scuffed and lightly edge-worn.  Text leaves are clean but lightly toned at edges.  A good-plus copy with an interesting association.           $350.00
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8.   EMERSON, Ralph Waldo, and John Sterling.  A CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN JOHN STERLING AND RALPH WALDO EMERSON. With a Sketch of Sterling's Life by Edward Waldo Emerson.  Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, Cambridge: The Riverside Press, 1897.  96 pp.  12mo., bound in publisher's green cloth with gilt lettering on spine and upper board, t.e.g.  Binding is slightly askew and sunned at spine. Text leaves are clean but lightly toned at edges.  Inscribed presentation from Edward W. Emerson, son of Ralph Waldo Emerson, to Moorfield Storey, whose bookplate is present on ffep.  Storey (American, 1845-1929) was an attorney and an important civil rights activist who served as the first president of the NAACP.  A very good copy with an interesting association.         $250.00
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9.   EMERSON, Ralph Waldo.  LECTURES AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, Cambridge: The Riverside Press, 1884.  Being Volume X of Emerson's Complete Works, The Riverside Edition.  463p.  Octavo, bound in publisher's blue cloth with gilt spine lettering, t.e.g.  Slight wear to head and tail. Inscribed presentation from Edward W. Emerson, son of Ralph Waldo Emerson, to Moorfield Storey, whose bookplate is present on ffep. Storey (American, 1845-1929) was an attorney and an important civil rights activist who served as the first president of the NAACP.  A very good copy with an interesting association.        $195.00
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10.   EMERSON, Ralph Waldo.  POEMS.  New and Revised edition. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, Cambridge: The Riverside Press, 1884.  Being Volume IX of Emerson's Complete Works, The Riverside Edition.  315 pp.  Octavo, bound in publisher's blue cloth with gilt spine lettering, t.e.g.  Slight wear to head and tail.  Text leaves are clean but lightly toned at edges, and a few are partially sprung.  Inscribed presentation from Edward W. Emerson, son of Ralph Waldo Emerson, to Moorfield Storey, whose bookplate is present on ffep.  Storey (American, 1845-1929) was an attorney and an important civil rights activist who served as the first president of the NAACP.  A very good copy with an interesting association.         SOLD
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11.   HOLMES, Oliver Wendell.  SOUNDINGS FROM THE ATLANTIC. Boston: Ticknor & Fields, 1864.  First edition.  [viii] 1-468 pp., + 22 pp. publisher's advertisement dated November, 1863.  Octavo, bound in publisher's green cloth with gilt lettering and decoration on spine and blind-stamped boards.  An attractive near-fine copy, it is clean inside and out, showing only a bit of negligible wear to cloth.  Early gift inscription - within weeks of publication, dated 25 December 1863, to Moorfield Storey (American, 1845-1929), an attorney and an important civil rights activist who served as the first president of the NAACP, with his bookplate on front pastedown.  All but one of the articles in this compilation first appeared in The Atlantic Monthly, from 1868 to 1864.  Included are some of Holmes' essays on photography, including "Stereoscope and the Stereograph."  (BAL 8829; Currier & Tilton, pp. 123-124).          $200.00
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72 FRENCH FASHION PLATES

[FASHION - WOMEN'S - PERIODICAL] LE PETIT MESSAGER DES MODES ET LE CONFIDENT RÉUNIS: TOME VII, NOS. 1-17, 22-24; TOME IX, NOS. 1-13, 15-17.Paris: Imprim. Schneider et Langrand, 1847 and 1849. Thirty-six issues illustrated with 72 lovely hand-colored engraved plates, of which 33 are by Héloise Leloir and 12 by Laure Colin Noel.

Quarto. Text: 2,7-136,169-192; 104,113-128,121-128 pp. 10 1/4 by 7 in. Nineteenth-century binding: quarter black morocco, marbled boards, gilt title on spine, marbled endpapers. The binding is shelfworn, with top joint is starting and lower joint tender. The first issue is missing four text pages; otherwise, despite some misleading errors in pagination, all text is present. Most issues have a timbre royal mark (a French duty stamp) on one text page (but not on the plates). The plates are generally clean and fresh; however, there are a few exceptions: 1. - Both plates in Vol. VII, no. 1, have old paper repairs on the inner margin, and the top fore-corner of one has been clipped; 2. - The two plates in Vol. VII, no. 2, have been trimmed 1/4" shy of the fore-edge of the bookblock; 3. - One plate in Vol. IX, no. 15, which is the only horizontal image in the entire volume, has been trimmed to the top-edge of the image at the fore-edge.

LE PETIT MESSAGER DES MODES was a bi-weekly publication, appearing on the 1st and 16th of each month, comprised of eight pages of text, that was to include 22 engraved plates and 3 large patterns in each six-month period. This volume is bound without any of the large patterns and, instead, an additional plate has been inserted wherever a pattern is called for. These `extra' plates have been supplied from issues that are not included in this volume. Although most issues are complete with text and appropriate plates together, there are twelve instances in this volume, including the plates-for-patterns substitutions, of plates being misbound or of a plate from another issue replacing the expected plate. And so, while the plates are lovely and in very good condition, it is for these reasons that the volume is offered as is. $975.00

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ANTHONY, Edgar Waterman. A HISTORY OF MOSAICS: The First Comprehensive History of Mosaics from 3000 B.C. to the Present. Boston: Porter Sargent, 1935. 332p. includes 80 additional pages of 300 illustrations. Bound in full black leather with gilt titles to front and spine, single line gilt border to boards and spine, gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers, AEG. Housed in box with printed label pasted to top lid. Box bears the light wear that might otherwise have been inflicted on this mint, though out of series, copy. $375.00

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RISK, R. T.  FOUR PRIVATE PRESSES. Francetown, New Hampshire: Typographem Press, 1993. Limited Edition of 125 copies, printed and bound by the author. Bound in black cloth with printed paper spine label. Interiors include 5 tipped in plates. Includes typewritten letter from the author, prospectus for the title, as well as single-sheet catalog from the press. $125.00 
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AUTHOR'S COPY

RUZICKA, Rudolph.  Thomas Bewick, Engraver. New York: The Typophiles, 1943. 70pp. Typophile Chapbook Number Eight, octavo 1/2 bound in patterned orange cloth over boards with black cloth on spine. Limited Numbered Edition, Author's copy with bookplate and inscribed presentation. A fine copy. $425.00
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TYPOGRAPHY London: the Pelican Press, 1923. Quarto in blue buckram with paper title on spine. Compiled and for the most part written by Francis Mynell  Ex-library copy, shelf number bottom of spine, library plate on front pastedown endpaper and some ink stamps on pastedowns and recto of one folding plate. Printing specimens throughout in three colors, three fold-out plates. Spine slightly faded. A very good copy. Scarce, a fine copy. $275.00
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HOOVER, Herbert. A BOYHOOD IN IOWA. With a Forew[o]rd by Will Irwin and Wood Engravings by John Depol. Council Bluff: The Yellow Barn Press, 1986. Bound in cloth backed patterned papers with printed spine label. Limited edition numbered 7 of 125. Includes  prospectus and errata.   $75.00
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ART AND ARCHITECTURE

85729VOLUME ONE: THEORETICAL (DICTIONARY); VOLUME TWO: PRACTICAL (PLANS)
A SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS. THE BUILDER'S MAGAZINE: OR MONTHLY COMPANION FOR ARCHITECTS, CARPENTERS, MASONS, BRICKLAYERS &C. ... [ALPHABETICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE TERMS OF ART WHICH ARE USED IN BUILDING; FORMING ALSO A COMPLETE BUILDER'S DICTIONARY, 2 VOLS]. London: Printed for the Authors; and sold by F. Newbery, 1774. [4] + 338 pp./179 engraved plates + 96 text pages. 4to., speckled calf, rebacked but missing backstrips. Leather chipped at corners, worn. Owner's inkstamp to front flyleaves. Hinges reinforced with cloth. A few pages have small closed tears or small holes, not affecting text or images. Light soil to title page. Volume Two begins with plates. Text in very good condItion overall, as are the plates. Of the 179 plates, three are hand-colored and nine are folding. Title page continued: "as well as for Every Gentleman who would wish to be a competent Judge of the elegant and necessary Art of Building. Consisting of Designs in Architecture, in every Stile and Taste, from the most magnificent and superb Structures, down to the most simple and unadorned; together with the Plans and Sections, serving as an unerring Assistant in the Construction of any Building, from a Palace to a Cottage. In which will be introduced Grand and Elegant Designs for Chimney-Pieces, Cielings (sic), Doors, Windows &c. proper for Halls, Saloons, Vestibules, State Rooms, Dining Rooms, Parlours, Drawing Rooms, Anti Rooms, Dressing Rooms, Bed Rooms, &c. Together with Designes for Churches, Hospitals, and other Public Buildings. Also, Plans, Elevations, and Sections, in the Greek, Roman and Gothic Taste, calculated to embellish Parks, Gardens, Forests, Woods, Canals, Mounts, Vistos, and Islands, extensive Views, &c. The Whole Forming A Complete System of Architecture, in all its Branches; and so disposed, as to render the Surveyor, Carpenter, Mason, &c. equally capable to erect a Cathedral, a Mansion, a Temple, or a Rural Cot." The first volume is the dictionary, the second volume is the plates with explanatory text. $1,750.00 #85729 order or inquire



72577PHILLIPS, Watts. AN ACCOMMODATION BILL. Drawn by Watts Phillips, which he trusts will be accepted by the public. [London]: D. Bogue, [n.d., circa 1850]. First edition. 18 leaves of plates, accordion fold, in the original illustrated paper boards, 5 1/2 by 3 7/8 in. (13.7 x 9.8 cm). Covers have a touch of rubbing and edgewear, and some general light soiling, else a fine and quite pleasing copy. Title information is taken from the illustrated cover. The story is a satire relating the trials of trying to recover a loan made to a friend; the back cover, showing a fly caught in a spider's web, provides a graphic summation of the tale. Watts Phillips (1825-1874) was the only pupil of George Cruikshank. He was an early contributor to Punch, and the founder of the short- lived periodical Journal for Laughter. He gradually abandoned caricature and illustration for success as a dramatist and, less successfully, as a novelist. (D.N.B.; Houfe, Dict. of Brit. Bk. Illus. & Caric.). $625.00 #72577 order or inquire

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




83710ONE OF 200 SIGNED COPIES WITH PERSONAL INSCRIPTION AND CATALOGUE
OFFNER, Elliot. THE GRANJON ARABESQUE: THIRTY ARRANGEMENTS OF THE ORNAMENTS WITH TYPE AND AN INTRODUCTION BY ELLIOT OFFNER. Northampton, MA: The Rosemary Press, 1969. No. 179 of 200 signed copies, also a presentation copy with inscription from Offner and his family on front flyleaf. 32 pp. 8vo., pale art vellum spine with green paper covered boards, spine and front cover stamped in gilt. Spine darkened, covers bright. Interior fine. Laid in is a catalogue from Elliot Offner's 1964 exhibit at New York's Forum Gallery, with black and white photo reproductions of his sculptures. $425.00 #83710 order or inquire

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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[TUCK, Edward] SOME WORKS OF ART BELONGING TO EDWARD TUCK IN PARIS. London: Privately printed by J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd., 1910. Folio, 186 pp. + photogravure and color litho plates. Half art vellum over paper covered boards with gilt morocco spine label. Label slightly chipped, light soil and minor shelfwear to vellum. Printed on high quality paper. Deckle fore-edge. A stunning set of plates, unfoxed, with several color lithos on linenette or satin textured paper tipped in, a few with embossed gilt detail. Tapestries, ceramics, paintings, furniture, watches, snuff boxes, more. $950.00 #80586

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

575269 ROUX-SPITZ, Michel. BATIMENTS ET JARDINS. Exposition des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, 1925. Cent planches en héliogravure avec une introduction et des notices par M. Roux-Spitz. Paris: Éditions Albert Lévy, [1928]. One hundred heliogravure plates (12 3/4 by 9 3/4 in.; 32.5 x 25 cm) in the original portfolio. The plates show minor edgewear and occasional light soiling to margins; otherwise they are clean and fine. The portfolio is sunned and very worn, with severe abrasions to the paper sides, and large chips to the head and heel of spine. However, the silver-gilt titles on the upper board and spine are unaffected, and the original ties are all present. An earlier, interior repair to the joints and spine is starting. The 55 page booklet containing the introduction, notes, and plans is crisp and unopened, with just a touch of soiling to the wrappers; the paper spine has split and the signatures are loose. The plates show buildings designed for the Paris Exposition des Arts Décoratifs, 1925, mostly in the Art Deco style, with buildings designed by Le Corbusier, Josef Hoffman, Horta, Melnikoff, and others. $700.00 #57526

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

76880ARCHITECTURAL ENGRAVINGS
RANGONI, FRANCESCO NICCOLO. PROPOSITIONES EX UNIVERSA PHILOSOPHIA, Theoremata ex Architectura Civili et Militari, Constructiones atque Usus Geometricos Instrumentorum pro utraque Architectura, Agrimetria, Longimetria &c. Rome, Johannes Zempel, 1765. Quarto. 46pp. +18ff. Contains eighteen folding plates with copperplate architectural engravings: materials, moldings, capitals and ornaments, as well as groundplans, elevations and three-dimensional renderings of fortifications. Lacks portrait. Title in red and black with woodcut vignette. Several fine woodcut headpieces and ornaments. "Franciscus Nicolaus Rangonius" states his intention to lecture and debate on these his "propositiones" for a period of two days under the auspices of Pope Clement XIII. He starts with cosmology, psychology, "Physica Newtoniana," astronomy, anatomy, and electricity (both natural and artificial). He promises to refute Lucretius, Hobbes, and Locke. He then moves on to civil and military architecture, measuring and surveying. The mysterious Rangonius, who seems to have published nothing else, may be a member of the Rangoni family of Modena, descendents of Niccolo Macchiavelli. Not in the British Museum or Library of Congress. Only one copy is located by both the NUC and OCLC, at the University of Texas, and that copy is incomplete, probably lacking the section on construction and use of mathematical and surveying instruments. In original plain pale green wrappers, the front cover detached. Waterstained and foxed throughout. $975.00 #76880

 

 

84929"THE WORLD'S GREAT LAUGHING PICTURE!"
[MOVIE POSTER, lithograph]. THE GOLD RUSH (United Artists, R- 1942) ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH. "The Gold Rush" is considered by many to be Chaplin's greatest masterpiece. This is a poster for the 1942 re-release of the 1925 film, for which Chaplin composed and recorded a musical score and added a narration which he recorded himself. British Door Panel (20" X 60"). This color poster shows the "Little Tramp," wrapped in a shawl and shivering in the snow, before a large wooden sign that reads: "THE WORLD'S GREAT | LAUGHING PICTURE! | CHARLIE | CHAPLIN | in | THE | GOLD RUSH | Written and directed by | Charles Chaplin | with MUSIC | and WORDS." In the bottom left corner is a small seal: "Distributed by UNITED ARTISTS," and in the bottom right corner is another small seal, that of the British Board of Film Censors. Printed in very small type in the bottom border, beneath the image, is "Printed in England," a two-line terms-of-use statement, "STAFFORD & CO., LTD., Netherfield, Nottingham : and London," " No 6128A." There is a 2" tear at top, a 1.5 inch tear at the bottom, and a few nicks along the borders. Overall fine. $4,000.00 #84929

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

84236WITH 5 ORIGINAL WOOD ENGRAVING PRINTS/
5 GRABADOS ORIGINALES

ART - MEXICO. ALBUM TGP MEXICO: EL TALLER DE GRAFICA POPULAR DOCE ANOS DE OBRA ARTISTICA COLECTIVA/THE WORKSHOP FOR POPULAR GRAPHIC ART A RECORD OF TWELVE YEARS OF COLLECTIVE WORK. Mexico: La Estampa Mexicana, 1949. Oblong 4to., spiral binding, stiff laminated paper wrappers, black printed in white. Corners chipped, bottom of spine slightly chipped. Includes 5 original signed wood engravings printed in black on tinted paper, by Alfredo Zalce, Alberto Beltran, G. Fernandez Ledesma, Francisco Mora and Carlos Merida. Light rubbing to first page. B/w illustrations in the text. Text in Spanish. $975.00  #84236

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

83938
STUNNING COLOR REPRODUCTIONS IN SIX FASCICLES
[BLAKE, William]. Introduction by Laurence BINYON and Geoffrey KEYNES. ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE BOOK OF JOB BY WILLIAM BLAKE. BEING ALL THE WATER-COLOUR DESIGNS PENCIL DRAWINGS AND ENGRAVINGS REPRODUCED IN FACSIMILE. New York: The Pierpont Morgan Library, 1935. First edition. var pp. Folio, clamshell cloth covered case with printed paper spine label, and six fascicles: an introduction with notes, and five different complete sets of the Job illustrations (watercolors, proofs, etc.) Case is somewhat shelfworn, sunned; fascicles within are fine. Extra postage is required. The set: $1,500.00 #83938

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




83671CIRCUS, DANCE, JAZZ, STREET LIFE, ARCHITECTURE
HOOGENDYK, Marianna van Rossen. 1955 SKETCHBOOK WITH 90 ORIGINAL DRAWINGS, PAINTINGS, WATERCOLORS & MIXED MEDIA PIECES. In a standard composition notebook (unlined); there are blank pages following the paintings/drawings, and the next to last two pages are pencil lecture notes. The first page, a pencil, ink and wash drawing of a young girl, is dated 4/4/55. The rest are undated; all are unsigned, but the notebook cover bears the artist's name in capital letters. Ms. Hoogendyk, also known as Marianne, was an art student at the Sorbonne; her family was from Sharon, Connecticut at the time. There are some accomplished sketches of buildings, of circus scenes with animals and clowns, some studies of men and children on the street, of musicians in concert/jamming, and of costumed dancers (most of the latter are crayon or pastel). Overall: 20 pencil, ink and wash drawings; 39 pencil drawings; 7 watercolor paintings; 17 crayon/pastel drawings; and 7 mixed media paintings. A nicely preserved archive. $850.00 #83671 click image for more details, pictures


78786BIANCO, Pamela. FLORA: A BOOK OF DRAWINGS. With Illustrative Poems by Walter de la Mare. London: William Heinemann, (1919). First edition of Bianco's first book; it is inscribed by her on the ffep.: "For Harriet Sprague, with love from Pamela Bianco." Illustrated with 8 color plates and many line illustrations. [8],43 pp. Quarto, illustrated paper boards. A little minor wear to boards, else a fine copy in a very good illustrated dust- wrapper, which has some occasional light soiling, is starting at spine folds, and has shallow loss at heel and crown. Pamela Bianco, born in 1906, was a drawing prodigy; and this book is a result of her first exhibition at the Leicester Galleries, in 1919, when she was thirteen. Walter de la Mare, a visitor to the show, was moved by her exquisite drawings to write the poems that accompany them in this volume. Bianco went on to illustrated books written by others, including her mother, Margery Williams Bianco, as well as books that she wrote. (National Book League, Walter de la Mare: A Checklist, A36 mentions that there are at least five variants to this edition, due to binding errors, causing misplacement of poems and drawings; but it does not list them. In this copy, the last poem, "Sephina," finishes on p.43 with a small illustration at the bottom.) $750.00 #78786

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

52803WILLUMSEN, J.-F. LA JEUNESSE DU PEINTRE EL GRECO. Essai sur la transformation de l'artiste byzantin en peintre européen. Paris: Les Éditions G. Crés & Cie, 1927. Limited edition, one of 1100 copies. In two volumes. Illustrated with 106 half-tone plates and numerous text illustrations. pp. 597 & 747. Tall 8vo., three- quarter green morocco, marbled sides with matching endpapers, lettered in gilt, top edge gilt, other edges untrimmed. In volume I, the first eight pages show some minor creasing and the final few leaves show some dampstaining to the lower edge. The spines have sunned to brown and show some wear. A very good set. $325.00 #52803

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7741212 ORIGINAL AQUATINTS(RATHBONE, Augusta). FRENCH RIVIERA VILLAGES. Aquatints by Augusta Rathbone, photographs by Juliet Thompson, Text by Virginia Thompson. New York: Mitchell Kennerly, 1938. First Edition. 1/1000 copies, 4to., tan buckram, paper title labels lettered in black. Illustrated throughout, including 12 original full-colour aquatints. Internally a fine copy with a touch of external wear and soil. $675.00 #77412

 

 

 

 

 


78788 SHELTON, William Henry. THE JUMEL MANSION: Being a full History of the House on Harlem Heights built by Roger Morris before the Revolution. Together with some account of its more notable occupants. Boston & New York: Houghton Mifflin Company; Cambridge: The Riverside Press, 1916. This is one of an (unnumbered) edition of 800 copies. Inscribed by the author to Mr. E.B. Sweezy on half- title. Illustrated. xii,257 pp. Large octavo, green cloth, gilt- stamped title to spine, upper board has color-printed illustration and gilt-stamped decoration and type, t.e.g. Save for some light spotting on upper board, this is a bright, fresh and fine. $350.00 #78788

 

 

 

 

60682[FOLK ART] PENNSYLVANIA GERMAN DESIGNS. A Portfolio of Silk Screen Prints. The Index of American Design; The National Gallery of Art; Research by the Pennsylvania W.P.A. Art Project. [New York]: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, (1943). First edition. [4] pp., + 20 loose plates, as issued. The plates reproduce decorative details from Pennsylvania German designs on chests, ceramics, birth certificates, and decorations painted on paper. Each print is an original silk screen by The Creative Printmakers Group; they have copied the bright colors and, in some cases, even simulated the paint finishes of the original objects. The plates are printed on poster board and measure 14 by 11 inches; a description and a line drawing of the entire object are printed on the reverse of each plate. All of the plates are toned at the edges, and some show light edgewear or marginal dust soiling. Housed in the original cloth-backed portfolio; white cloth, terra cotta sides, with decoration and letters printed in white to upper board. It is moderately soiled overall, a little edgeworn, and the cloth is starting. The plates are nicely printed and in very good condition. $275.00 #60682

 

82773

BEAUTIFUL CHROMOLITHOGRAPHS FROM WATERCOLOR ORIGINALS
GRAHAM, C. THE WINTERS ART LITHOGRAPHING COMPANY'S POPULAR PORTFOLIOS OF THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION. Chicago: The Winters Art Lithographing Company (n.d. ca. 1891). [29 pp.] Oblong 8vo., grey pictorial wrappers cord-bound. Light age toning to edges of wrappers; slight offset to pages facing illustrations. One double-page bird's-eye view at center. Fine. $195.00  #82773

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FICTION AND LITERATURE

 


77861 YEATS, John Butler. PASSAGES FROM THE LETTERS OF JOHN BUTLER YEATS. Selected by Ezra Pound. Churchtown, Dundrum: The Cuala Press, 1917. First edition. One of four hundred copies published and printed by Elizabeth Corbet Yeats on paper made in Ireland, at the Cuala Press. Octavo. [8],60,[2] pp.; lacks the "Errata" slip that was loosely laid into some copies. Blue-grey paper boards printed in black on front cover, with matching endpapers; natural linen back, but with only a small remnant of the spine label. Binding is lightly sunned on spine, shows slight wear at spine ends and corners, and has a small nick in fore-edge of front cover. It is a very good copy of an uncommon title. $375.00 #77861 order or inquire

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

29431 HUMPHREY, Maud. POEMS BY DOBSON, LOCKER AND PRAED. With fac-similes of water-color paintings by Maud Humphrey. Together with illustrations in black-and-white by various artists. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1892. First edition. 4to., half white cloth, green floral print cloth-covered boards, stamped in silver and gilt, t.e.g. Wear at spine and edges, the cloth is slightly chipped at front seam and at rear board. Light soiling of boards, staining to gutter pp. 16-17. This copy is just very good. $200.00 #29431 order or inquire

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 









32393BARRIE, J.M. SENTIMENTAL TOMMY. London: Cassell, 1896. Signed first edition, first issue. 8vo, purple cloth, darkened on spine with some wear at crown and heel. Front hinge starting, but still overall this is a very good copy. (Cutler 46). $500.00 #32393 order or inquire

 

 

 

 

 

 









76432SHELLEY, THE BROWNINGS ET ALIA
NICOLL, W. Robertson and Thomas J. Wise, eds. LITERARY ANECDOTES OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY; Contributions Towards a Literary History of the Period. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1895(-1896). First edition. 2 volumes. Illustrated with a frontispiece etching of William Blake as well as manuscript facsimiles and sketches. Bound by Morrell. 8vo., half calf, marbled paper sides (with matching endpapers), gilt tooling to 6 spine compartments, leather spine label, t.e.g. Bookplate to front pastedowns. Lightly edgeworn, especially at bottom opening corner of volume 2. Very bright and fresh within; partially unopened. A lovely set. Near fine. $500.00 #76432 click image for more details, pictures

 


 

GARDENING, NATURE AND FLORICULTURE

81096CORY, Charles B. A NATURALIST IN THE MAGDALEN ISLANDS; GIVING A DESCRIPTION OF THE ISLANDS AND LIST OF THE BIRDS TAKEN THERE, WITH OTHER ORNITHOLOGICAL NOTES. Illustrated by engravings after sketches by the author. 93 pp. 8vo., original maroon cloth stamped in gilt. Ex-library with usual markings. Fair to good, lacks front endpaper. Moderate shelfwear to corners. With Index. Scarce. The Magdalens (Quebec) are in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, north of Prince Edward Island. $100.00 order or inquire

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83400COBBETT, William. THE WOODLANDS: OR, A TREATISE On the preparing of ground for planting; on the planting; on the cultivating; and on the cutting down of Forest Trees and Underwoods ... London: William Cobbett, 1825. [8], unpaginated (601 paragraphs, numbered). Complete. With 4 pp. publisher's advertisements. Very good. 8vo., dark green polished calf (sunned to brown at spine) with gilt-ruled boards, gilt edges, raised bands, and two gilt leather spine labels. Minor wear to rear board. Joints slightly tender; boards slightly bowed. Handsome green marbled endpapers. Minor foxing to front and rear matter, else fine inside. Index of trees at rear. $300.00 #83400 order or inquire

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




85316SIGNED; WOODBURYTYPE FRONTISPIECE PORTRAIT
HENDERSON, William. MY LIFE AS AN ANGLER. London: W. Stachell, Peyton & Co., 1879. First trade edition, signed by the author beneath Woodburytype frontispiece portrait of same. xvi, 312 pp. 8vo., dark green cloth stamped in gilt, black and blind, with angling vignette on front cover; t.e.g.. Beveled boards with light rubbing, minor corner wear. Gilt bright. Front hinge starting. A few small spots of wear to Woodburytype, with the crackling texture often seen in this process. 67 black and white woodcuts in the text by Edmund Evans after various artists. Text clean and tight. Preceded by a privately printed edition in 1876. Quite a pleasing copy. $375.00 #85316 order or inquire

 

 

 


84386ORNITHOLOGICAL TREASURE WITH SIGNED LETTERS FROM MORRIS
MORRIS, Robert O. THE BIRDS OF SPRINGFIELD AND VICINITY (AARON BAGG'S ANNOTATED MS.). [n.p., n.p., ca. 1917] Red paper covered boards, Cord-bound 4to., no spine, printed paper label affixed to front cover: "The Birds of Springfield and Vicinity by Robert O. Morris," with "1901" in pencil below. Covers worn, chipped at corners. Cords detached from rear board. 10 typed signed or manuscript letters from Morse are included, along with other letters from Edward Howe Forbush, A. K. Fisher, Allen Treadway, Winthrop Packard and H. C. Lodge, etc. Noted ornithologist Bagg has pasted the text of pp. 6 - 44 of Morris's book to blank notepaper, and has written his own birding notes on the facing page. Following this is Bagg's signed certificate from the American Ornithologist's Union, confirming his appointment to Associate (from the 34th meeting, Nov. 1916). The index from Morris's index to his book follows this, as before pasted to blank notepaper. Lastly, pasted to the rear endpapers is a newsclipping about bird migration. A fascinating collection of correspondence and notes. $850.00 #84386

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

81534THE KING OF FISH
SCROPE, William. DAYS AND NIGHTS OF SALMON FISHING IN THE TWEED; WITH A SHORT ACCOUNT OF THE NATURAL HISTORY AND HABITS OF THE SALMON, INSTRUCTIONS TO SPORTSMEN, ANECDOTES, ETC. London: John Murray, 1843. xvii + [3] + 298 pp. + 2 pp. publisher's advertisements and 13 chromolithograph plates throughout. 8vo., green cloth stamped in gilt and blind. Corners bumped, a few pale spots to boards, spine sunned, cocked; spine worn at heel and crown with small closed tear. Owner's name tipped in at front pastedown. Text clean and tight. Very good overall. Wonderful plates, some with minor foxing at edges. Entertaining anecdotes abound, and useful information relating to making flies and the fine art of salmon fishing is masterfully recounted. $1,250.00  #81534

 

 


 



79599FORSYTH, William, and William Cobbett. A TREATISE ON THE CULTURE AND MANAGEMENT OF FRUIT TREES; IN WHICH A NEW METHOD OF PRUNING AND TRAINING IS FULLY DESCRIBED, TOGETHER WITH OBSERVATIONS ON THE DISEASES, DEFECTS AND INJURIES, IN ALL KINDS OF FRUIT AND FOREST TREES... Albany: D. & S. Whiting, 1803. 280 pp. + thirteen plates (engravings). 8vo., full leather with gilt black leather spine label. Good, front board bowed, leather a bit scuffed. As might befit a book carried in an orchard, there is a bit of worming to the inside covers and rear endpapers. Light to moderate foxing throughout. The folding plates are printed on heavy paper, and are moderately to heavily foxed. The pruning engravings are detailed and well annotated; the last folding plate (xiii) illustrate an assortment of arborists's tools. Title page continued: "...as also, an Account of a Particular Method of Cure, Made Public by Order of the British Government...to which are added, an introduction and Notes, Adapting the Rules of the Treatise to the Climates and Seasons of the United States of America (by William Cobbett). $175.00 #79599

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY

80205MORISON, Samuel Eliot. HARVARD IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY, 2 VOLUMES. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1936. xx + 360 pp./xiii + 361-707 pp. 8vo., recently rebound in half red morocco with gilt spine lettering and decoration, gilt rules and raised bands, over red cloth boards. TEG, red marbled endpapers. Owner's bookplate to front pastedowns, else fine. B/w maps, illustrations. $300.00 #80205

 

 

 

 

 

 





80203MORISON, Samuel Eliot, ed. THE DEVELOPMENT OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY SINCE THE INAUGURATION OF PRESIDENT ELIOT 1869-1929. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1930. xc + 660 pp. 8vo., recently rebound in half red morocco with gilt spine lettering and decoration, gilt rules and raised bands, over red cloth boards. TEG, red marbled endpapers. Owner's bookplate to front pastedown, else fine. $200.00 #80203 order or inquire

 

 

 

 

 

 






80204[HARVARD UNIVERSITY] THE TERCENTENARY OF HARVARD COLLEGE: A CHRONICLE OF THE TERCENTENARY YEAR 1935-1936. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1937. xiv + 492 pp. 8vo., recently rebound in half red morocco with gilt spine lettering and decoration, gilt rules and raised bands, over red cloth boards. TEG, red marbled endpapers. Owner's bookplate to front pastedown, else fine. Commemorative volume by fellows and faculty. Color frontispiece, b/w plates. $175.00 #80204 order or inquire

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

75238(CARLYLE, Robert, ed.) CROMWELL, Oliver. OLIVER CROMWELL'S LETTERS AND SPEECHES: WITH ELUCIDATIONS. In Two Volumes. New York: Wiley & Putnam, 1845. First American edition, second printing, first issue. Two volumes bound in four, part of Wiley and Putnam's Library of Choice Reading, vols. 39-42. xvi,[1]-258 + ii adv.; [iv],[259]-560; x,[1]-252; [iv],[253]-437 + ii adv. 12mo., brown printed wrappers. Pencil ownership. Wrappers are lightly sunned at spines, with a couple of small nicks, and show very light dust-soiling overall. Text leaves are clean and fresh. A near fine copy in a fragile format. (Tarr A14.2.I-IV.b1). $350.00 #75238 order or inquire

 

 

 

 

 












82367WITH PUBLISHER'S PROSPECTUS LAID IN
LOWELL, A. Lawrence, intro. NEW ENGLAND AVIATORS 1914-1918 THEIR PORTRAITS AND THEIR RECORDS, 2 volumes. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1919. 472/480 pp. 8vo., light brown cloth stamped in white, blue and gilt. Very good, some shelfwear and rubbing to cloth, spine titles faded. Light soil to bottom edge of bookblocks. Interiors clean and fresh with only a few thumbed pages. Ink ownership to front flyleaf of volume 2. Halftone photo reproductions. $225.00 #82367

 

 

 

 

 



75979CHURCHILL, Winston Spencer. LONDON TO LADYSMITH VIA PRETORIA. New York: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1900. First American edition. Illustrated with maps and plans, including three fold-out maps. Octavo. [xiv], 496 pp. Red buckram, gilt-stamped lettering to spine and upper board, t.e.g. Sunned at spine and showing light soiling and rubbing all over. Clean within, it is a sound and very good copy overall. $300.00 #75979 order or inquire

 

 

 

 

 

 

 











80401AQUINO, Benigno S. Jr. (Ninoy). TESTAMENT FROM A PRISON CELL. Manila: Benigno S. Aquino Jr. Foundation, 1984. Inscribed by Corazon C. (Cory) Aquino on title page. 135 pp. 8vo., orange wrappers with b/w photo reproduction on front cover, black and red lettering. Very good, slight wrinkling to spine, minor rubbing. Color frontispiece, black and white halftone illustrations. Aquino defies Marcos. $295.00 #80401

 

 

 

 

 

 











83930MORISON'S ORIGINAL TYPED MANUSCRIPT WITH CORRECTIONS
MORISON, Samuel Eliot, ed. OF PLYMOUTH PLANTATION 1620-1647 BY WILLIAM BRADFORD, SOMETIME GOVERNOR OF THE SAME. A NEW EDITION: THE COMPLETE TEXT, WITH NOTES AND AN INTRODUCTION. (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1952 date of publication). Marked "Definitive copy" in red pencil on title page, which is dated 11/9/51, with the initials SEM at the bottom left corner. 576 pp. + index. Loose typewritten or xeroxed pages, white (text) or blue (SEM's footnotes) paper. Proofreader's Style Sheet page laid in; corrections in text in red pencil. $4,500.00 order or inquire

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77728 DELAFIELD, Richard. REPORT ON THE ART OF WAR IN EUROPE IN 1854, 1855, AND 1856. By Major Richard Delafield, Corps of Engineers, from his notes and observations made as a member of a "Military Commission to the Theater of War in Europe," under the orders of the Hon. Jefferson Davis, Secretary of War. Washington: George W. Bowman, Printer, 1860. Issued by the 36th Congress, 2nd Session, House of Representatives, Ex Doc., First edition. Profusely illustrated with engraved and lithographed plates, maps and diagrams, and an additional title-page, which is illustrated and lithographed in color. There are numerous plates and figures mostly bound at the end of the volume; many of these are folding plates, maps of diagrams and in good condition as they have likely never been unfolded.. Some plates show light wear and foxing; and there is some foxing in the text. Thick 4to.: xvi, 277 pp., Ex library. The backstrip is missing; original cloth sides. A very good and serviceable copy, with spectacular illustrations of fortifications around Europe, including Russia, particularly at Sebastopol. $350.00 #77728

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

81553INSCRIBED BY BOXER 'GENTLEMAN JIM'
CORBETT, James J. THE ROAR OF THE CROWD: THE TRUE TALE OF THE RISE AND FALL OF A CHAMPION. Foreword by Robert Gordon Anderson. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, The Knickerbocker Press, 1925. First edition. Ink inscription from Corbett on ffep. "with best wishes" and signed "Jas J Corbett Apl 11/25." Illustrated. Octavo. xiv, 329,[1] pp., + [2] adv. pp. Publisher's green cloth binding with title printed in gold on spine and upper board. Cloth is slightly darkened on spine and shows occasional light wear overall. Front hinge has a hairline crack. Text leaves are clean but for some small spots of soiling and/or thumbing in margins. One leaf (p. 145/6) has a short closed tear. A very good copy, inscribed. $1250.00 #81553 click image for more details, pictures

 


81244THE SENSATIONS OF THE DAY
[PERIODICAL] THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS, VOLUME XCV, JULY TO DECEMBER, 1889. 844 pp. Folio, royal blue cloth elaborately stamped in gilt and black, edges speckled red. Corners bumped, spine and bottom front corner slightly frayed, cloth and gilt bright. Rear hinge starting. Illustrated profusely with reproductions of engravings throughout, full page images for each issue, numerous illustrated advertisements. A desirable copy of a potboiler of a paper. Serial fiction, current events. $550.00 #81244 click image for more details, pictures

 

 

 

 


MISCELLANEOUS

 

 

 

 

78643 KARAGEORGHIS, V., & M. Demas. PYLA-KOKKINOKREMOS: A late 13th- century B.C. fortified settlement in Cyprus. With appendices by Emilia Masson, J.-C. Courtois, Carolyn Elliott, D. Kypris, N.H. Gale and Z.A. Stos-Gale. Nicosia: Published for the Republic of Cyprus by the Department of Antiquities, Cyprus; and printed by Chr. Nicolaou & Sons Ltd., 1984. Review copy; ink ownership of Emily O.T. Vermeule (Dept. of Classics, Harvard University), with small pencil notes in margins, several loose sheets of notes and drafts of her review, and two typed copies of the review for the American Journal of Archaeology. Quarto. Color frontispiece, x,116,(2) pp. + LIII plates, including two folding, and 2 plans in a pocket at the end. Publisher's binding of orange cloth, with title printed in black to spine, in a white dust-jacket. Except for some negligible soiling and slight edgewear to dust-jacket, this is a fine copy. $500.00 #78643 order or inquire

 

 

64156HUTZEL, Eleonore L. THE POLICEWOMAN'S HANDBOOK. By Eleonore L. Hutzel, Deputy Commissioner of the Detroit Police Department. Assisted by Madeline L. MacGregor, Chief of Social Service, Grand Rapids Child Guidance Clinic. With an Introduction by Leonard V. Harrison, Bureau of Social Hygiene, New York. New York: Columbia University Press, 1933. First edition of what is very likely the first policewoman's handbook. 8vo., green cloth, spine in gilt, top-edge speckled; [vii] + 303 pp. + ads. Spine is slightly darkened, and there is just a touch of rubbing to the cloth at the front panel and edges. Two leaves bear some slight nicks to the fore-edge and there are just occasional faint spots of foxing, but overall, this is solid, tight, clean copy; near fine. Rare. $150.00 #64156 order or inquire

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

79507WRIGHT, Andrew. COURT HAND RESTORED; OR, THE STUDENT'S ASSISTANT IN READING OLD DEEDS, CHARTERS, &C. WITH AN APPENDIX; CONTAINING THE ANCIENT NAMES OF PLACES IN GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND; AND ALSO, AN ALPHABETICAL TABLE OF ANCIENT SURNAMES. London: Printed for Benjamin White, 1776. [4 pp.] + 99 pp. + 20 engraved plates. Rebound in olive green leather, new endpapers. Ex-library with the only marking being an inkstamp on verso of first blank leaf following p. 99. Minor occasional foxing to plate and page edges. Fine edition of this handsome work. $195.00 #79507 order or inquire

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

52757FOSTER, Stephen. SONGS, COMPOSITIONS, AND ARRANGEMENTS. Produced by the Staff of Foster Hall. Indianapolis, Indiana: Privately Printed by Josiah Kirby Lilly, 1933. Foster Hall Reproductions. Limited edition, being number 895 of 1000 copies. This collected edition of Foster's works features reprints in facsimile of first editions, where available, or the earliest obtainable editions where copyright editions are not on file in the Library of Congress. Each reproduction is in the form of the original, be it sheet, broadside, in magazine or in songbook, and is printed on specially made rag paper, water-marked "Foster Hall Reproduction." Two hundred and one original songs and compositions are reproduced, to which are added guitar and other arrangements of Foster's work and his arrangements of the work of other composers, and one original first editon (My Story of Love. NY: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., 1946) is laid-in, for a total of 229 pieces. The set is nearly complete, lacking only one piece. (The missing piece is Jeanie with the light brown hair; however, an arrangement of the work for guitar is present.) A comprehensive index accompanies the set. As the set was offered only to libraries when issued, and not for public sale, this set is exlibrary; all of the individual pieces are neatly marked in the upper right corner with the call number. The condition of most pieces is quite fine; but some of the more popular compositions, like Beautiful Dreamer, show moderate soil and wear. The sheets are housed in three heavy buckram clamshell cases, which show mild wear; the cases are stored within a specially designed steel slipcase. $325.00 #52757 order or inquire

 

84910FIRST SECRETARY OF EDUCATION
MANN, Horace. LECTURES ON EDUCATION. Boston: Wm. B. Fowle and N. Capen, 1845. First edition. Inscribed presentation copy from Mann to the publisher (Fowle), inscription on front flyleaf. 338 pp. 12mo., dark brown ribbed-textured leather, recently and skillfully rebacked with gilt spine lettering and rules. A.e.g. Slightly cocked. Light foxing to endpapers, front and rear pages including title; a little internal foxing here and there. Four pages have offset from newsclippings (120-121; 148-149). Binding tight.

In 1837 Horace Mann accepted the position of First Secretary of the State Board of Education in Massachusetts. His humanitarian nature led him to abandon a highly promising career in politics in favor of education. He is known for his achievements in this field: establishment of the first Normal School for Teachers in Lexington in 1839; advocating for free libraries; doubling the wages of teachers and compensating school committees, building 50 new secondary schools, doubling the State aid for education, and imnproving textbooks and equipment; and his editorship of the "Common School Journal," for which he wrote twelve annual reports. For the latter part of his life, from 1853 until his death in 1859, he was President of Antioch College.

Mann's Lectures are elegantly written and illustrate his commitment to the establishment of free, public, non-sectarian education for every man and woman. $1,500.00 #84910

 

 

 

 

OCCULT

82077HAUNTING TALES AND SPINE TINGLING ACCOUNTS
STEAD, W. T., ed. REAL GHOST STORIES: A RECORD OF AUTHENTIC APPARITIONS. BEING THE CHRISTMAS NUMBER OF THE REVIEW OF REVIEWS together with MORE GHOST STORIES: A SEQUEL TO "REAL GHOST STORIES. BEING A NEW YEAR'S EXTRA NUMBER OF THE REVIEW OF REVIEWS (2 volumes). London and New York: The Review of Reviews, 1892. First editions, later reprinted. 4to., pictorial printed wrappers. Good, rear wrapper detached from REAL GHOST STORIES, spine slightly chipped. Occasional light foxing. Illustrated in b/w. MORE GHOST STORIES: loose binding, staples removed, covers intact but splitting at front joint. Complete. Light foxing. Spiritualism, haunted houses in England, ghostly apparitions, premonitions, more paranormal phenomena. Highly collectible and very interesting gathering of stories. With warning to readers: not for the timid!! $650.00 #82077 click image for more details, pictures