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En un Lugar de la Mancha., Alexander A. MacKenzie.
1 Alexander A. MacKenzie. En un Lugar de la Mancha.
Los Angeles: Ward Ritchie, 1933 First Edition Hardcover Used: Very Good Hardcover 
FIRST EDITION of MacKenzie's travel story set in Spain. 8vo. 8 x 5 1/2 inches. Title page printed in red and black inks, printed on laid paper; text clean, unmarked. Brown paper over boards, added clear mylar dust-jacket; binding square and tight, spine faded with a few small, light water-stains, otherwise fine. Very Good. "Printed by Ward Ritchie" on the copyright page. Ritchie, The Ward Ritchie Press and Anderson, Ritchie & Simon, p. 70. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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Herschel Logan: Man of Many Careers., Anthony L. Lehman (193501988).
2 Anthony L. Lehman (193501988). Herschel Logan: Man of Many Careers.
Van Nuys: The Westerners, Los Angeles Corral, 1986 Hardcover Used: Very Good Hardcover 
LIMITED EDITION of 500 copies. 8vo. 9 1/2 x 6 1/4 inches. (32) pp. Frontispiece, black-and-white photograph on title page, woodcuts by Herschel Logan throughout; text clean, unmarked. Blind-stamped black cloth, silver-titled spine; binding square and tight, light shelf wear. Very Good. Printed by Richard J. Hoffman. A short biography of Herschel Logan. Logan was a commercial artist who launched his personal press, Log-Anne Press, after retirement. He wrote and illustrated his own books with woodcut engravings. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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3 Beatrice Warde (1900-1969). Words in Their Hands: A Series of Photographs by Walter Nurnberg, with a Commentary by Beatrice Warde, For Friends at Christmas.
Cambridge: Privately Printed at the University Printing House, 1964 Hardcover Used: Very Good Hardcover Walter Nurnberg. 
LIMITED EDITION of 500, printed on Ambassador white art paper supplied by Alex Cowan and Sons, blocks engraved by John Swain and Sons, endpapers from a design by Clarke Hutton, privately printed and bound at the University Printing House, Cambridge. 8vo. 8 3/4 x 7 1/4 inches. 22, [32] pp. 14 black-and-white photographs; text clean, unmarked. Textured black cloth gilt-stamped on spine, blind-stamped on front board, figurative end-papers designed by Clarke Hutton; binding square and tight, minor wear to cloth, else Fine. This book contains a series of photographs that show the human hand performing printing and binding operations in the production of a book in the mid-twentieth century. Reference: Crutchley, A Printer's Christmas Books, p. 31-32. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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Serious Reflections on the Dangerous Tendency of the Common Practice of Card-playing; Especially of the Game of All-Fours, as it Hath Been Publickly Play'd at Oxford, in this Present Year of our Lord, MDCCLIV.  In a Letter from Mr. Gyles Smith, to his Friend Abraham Nixon, Esq; of the Inner Temple., Benjamin Buckler (1716-1780).
4 Benjamin Buckler (1716-1780). Serious Reflections on the Dangerous Tendency of the Common Practice of Card-playing; Especially of the Game of All-Fours, as it Hath Been Publickly Play'd at Oxford, in this Present Year of our Lord, MDCCLIV. In a Letter from Mr. Gyles Smith, to his Friend Abraham Nixon, Esq; of the Inner Temple.
Los Angeles: The Plantin Press, 1977 Hardcover Used: Very Good Hardcover 
LIMITED EDITION of 100 copies, this is number 100. 8vo. 8 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches. [iv], iii, (21) pp. 1 illustration; text clean, unmarked. Red cloth, gilt-titled spine, clear plastic dust jacket; binding square and tight, shelf wear. Very Good. A reprint of the original letter, published by W. Owen at Homer's Head near Temple-Bar in 1754. "While the pamphlet is ostensibly a comment about card playing at Oxford it is actually an allegory dealing with Parliamentary debates revolving around the Oxfordshire elections of April 1754." Introduction. The pseudonym Gyles Smith was previously attributed to either Sir William Blackstone or William King. Modern scholarship now identifies the author as Benjamin Buckler, an antiquarian and academic at the University of Oxford. REFERENCE: Harmsen and Tabor, The Plantin Press, No. 402, binding type 1. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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Knights of the Lash: The Stagecoach Stories of Major Benjamin C. Truman., Benjamin C. Truman (1835-1916) and Gary F. Kurutz (b. 1948), editor.
5 Benjamin C. Truman (1835-1916) and Gary F. Kurutz (b. 1948), editor. Knights of the Lash: The Stagecoach Stories of Major Benjamin C. Truman.
San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 2005 First Edition Hardcover Used: Like New Hardcover 
FIRST EDITION, LIMITED to 350 copies. Series: Book Club of California Publication, No. 219. Tall 8vo. 10 x 7 inches. (xxxii), (119) pp. Text printed in black and dark blue, frontispiece, illustration of a whip in dark blue on title page, black-and-white illustrations throughout, headpiece on colophon; text clean, unmarked. Gilt-titled blue cloth spine, blind-stamped paper, printed paper label on front cover, decorative end-papers, clear plastic dust jacket; binding square and tight. Comes with original prospectus and postcard-sized announcement. Fine. Designed and printed by The Castle Press, bound by Mariana Blau; typefaces are Perpetua Titling and Centaur, paper is Natural Finch Vanilla Vellum. "A Civil War correspondent and noted California booster, Truman first took the overland stage to the Golden State in 1866 and became fascinated by that daring breed of men he dubbed 'Knights of the Lash.'" Prospectus. Truman wrote several stories about the popular stagecoach drivers of the West, collected here in this anthology edited by Gary Kurutz. Kurutz was the Curator of Special Collections at the California State Library, and authored a biography of Truman. He provides an introduction and notes to each of the stories included here. 
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You Are Now My Enemy., Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) and William Strahan (1715-1785).
6 Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) and William Strahan (1715-1785). You Are Now My Enemy.
Kirkwood, MO: The Printery, 1972 Hardcover Used: Very Good Hardcover 
LIMITED EDITION of 100 copies. 8vo. 9 x 6 inches. Unpaginated. [28] pp. Facsimile letter from Franklin to Strahan tipped-in on front pastedown, portraits of Franklin and Strahan tipped in, ornamentation and borders in red and blue ink; text clean, unmarked. Gilt-titled blue leather spine, marbled paper boards; binding square and tight, front joint cracked, shelf wear. Comes with a complimentary card from The Printery. Very Good. This volume contains a brief monograph regarding the friendship & correspondence of two Journeymen, Benjamin Franklin and the Scottish printer William Strahan, including what drew them together, what split them apart, and how their trade reunited them. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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7 Brooke Crutchley (1907-2003). The University Printing Houses at Cambridge from the Sixteenth to the Twentieth Century.
Cambridge: Printed at the University Press, 1962 First Edition Paperback Collectible: Very Good Paperback 
LIMITED EDITION of 500 copies. Oblong 4to. 7 1/8 x 11 inches. [ii], (16) pp. Half-title, introductory text printed within a red ruled border, title-page vignette in red, red initial, 8 illustrations, (3 color); text clean, unmarked. Gilt-stamped brick-red cloth, brown end-papers; binding square and tight, minor shelf wear. Comes with the original clip case covered in marbled paper; extremities rubbed. Very Good. Approximately every 150 years, Cambridge University Press moved to new buildings; this volume documents the various printing houses which have served the university since 1520. Reference: Crutchley, A Printer's Christmas Books, p. 31. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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The Telling Takes Me Home., Bruce Duncan
8 Bruce Duncan "Utah" Phillips (1935-2008). The Telling Takes Me Home.
Salt Lake City, UT: Peter and Donna Thomas, 2011 Hardcover Used: Like New Hardcover 
LIMITED EDITION of 4 copies. Miniature Book. 2 7/8 x 1 7/8 inches. [8] pp. Hand-painted water-colors by Donna Thomas on Peter's handmade paper and hand-stitched into the folded panels, folded accordion-style; text clean, unmarked. Stiff boards with maps mounted on front and rear covers, hand-colored, hand-lettered, and hand-stitched title label on front cover; binding square and tight. Fine. The text of this miniature book is from the Utah Phillips song "The Telling Takes Me Home." On June 19, 2011 Peter and Donna Thomas arrived in Salt Lake City during their Gypsy Wagon Book Mobile Tour. Their visit coincided with a concert given by Duncan Phillips for "The Long Memory Project," which is building a public archive for the works of Bruce "Utah" Phillips. In between songs, Peter and Donna created this beautiful miniature book to benefit the project. Only 4 copies were made. Utah Phillips was a labor organizer, folk singer, storyteller, poet and the "Golden Voice of the Great Southwest." He described the struggles of labor unions and the power of direct action, self-identifying as an anarchist. He often promoted the Industrial Workers of the World in his music, actions, and words. 
Price: 275.00 USD
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Bookbinding: A Brief Checklist of References, Sources, Libraries &c., Bruce William Bradley.
9 Bruce William Bradley. Bookbinding: A Brief Checklist of References, Sources, Libraries &c.
San Francisco: The Bird in Hand Press, 1969 Hardcover Used: Like New Hardcover 
LIMITED EDITION of 125 copies, this is number 126 [sic!]. Hardcover Pamphlet. 6 1/4 x 4 1/2 inches. Unpaginated. [16] pp. Decorative initials in red ink, headpieces and illustrations in blue ink; text clean, unmarked. Quarter red cloth, orange paper boards, illustrated with a paper label on front cover, brown paper pages, red paper dust jacket; binding square and tight, dust jacket torn and creased at tail. Comes with a signed letter to Pall Bohne from author, June 7, 1971. SIGNED by author. Very Good. "This Keepsake was produced for the Graphics Class, taught by Joan R. Abelson, at the Walnut Creek Civic Arts Center. It was given to the students as a suppliment [sic] to a brief Lecture & Demonstration of Hand Bookbinding." 
Price: 50.00 USD
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Eight Hundred Years of Fine Printing: Catalogue of an Exhibition of Rare Books 1146-1946., Carl J. Weber (1894-1966), editor.
10 Carl J. Weber (1894-1966), editor. Eight Hundred Years of Fine Printing: Catalogue of an Exhibition of Rare Books 1146-1946.
Waterville, ME: Colby College Library, 1946 Hardcover Used: Very Good Hardcover 
8vo. 8 3/4 x 6 inches. [iv], (19) pp. Decorative initial in red and blue, tailpiece of a book; text clean, unmarked. Red cloth, gilt-titled spine, paper dust jacket in archival mylar; binding square and tight, shelf wear, dust jacket chipped. INSCRIBED by author on dust jacket. Very Good in a Good jacket. LIMITED EDITION of 1,000 copies, this is 1 of 100 bound in red cloth over boards, set in Linotype Janson and original hand-set Janson (c. 1670), printed on rag paper. Printed by the Southworth-Anthoensen Press of Portland, Maine. The Southworth-Anthoensen Press was a nationally renowned creator of fine press books. This is a presentation copy from the bibliographer for the exhibition, Carl J. Weber, to Mrs. Estelle L. Doheny, the famous Los Angeles book collector. 
Price: 60.00 USD
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Lotus-Blossom & Moon-Flower, a Chinese Folk Tale., Carol Cunningham (1925-2013).
11 Carol Cunningham (1925-2013). Lotus-Blossom & Moon-Flower, a Chinese Folk Tale.
Mill Valley, Sunflower Press, 1981 Paperback Used: Like New Paperback 
LIMITED EDITION of 100 copies, this is number 93. Oblong Miniature Book. 2 x 2 3/4 inches. Unpaginated. [22] pp. Illustrations and textual ornamentation in red ink; text clean, unmarked. Gilt-stamped red wrappers, bound with gold string, gold end papers; binding square and tight. Mel Kavin's copy. SIGNED by Carol Cunningham on the colophon. Fine. Printed on hand-made Japanese paper from hand-set type. This lovely artist's book is an adaptation of a Chinese folk tale. REFERENCE: Bradbury, 20th-Century U.S. Miniature Books, No. 810. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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An Enquiry into the Reading of the Lower Classes., David W. Davies (1908-1984).
12 David W. Davies (1908-1984). An Enquiry into the Reading of the Lower Classes.
Pasadena: Grant Dahlstrom, 1970 Hardcover Used: Like New Hardcover 
LIMITED EDITION of 750 copies. 8vo. 9 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches. (xvi), (94) pp. Color frontispiece, 17 illustrations; text clean, unmarked. Patterned cloth; binding square and tight. Pall Bohne's copy with pencil notations of inventory number, from whom he acquired the book, and date on rear pastedown. Comes with an invitation to a memorial gathering for David W. Davies and a page of notes. INSCRIBED by the author to Pall Bohne, May 26, 1983. Fine. A somewhat tongue-in-cheek account of printed works for the lower classes in England, focusing on the years 1800-1850. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Clyde Browne: His Abbey & His Press., David William Davies (1908-1984).
13 David William Davies (1908-1984). Clyde Browne: His Abbey & His Press.
Pasadena: The Castle Press, 1982 First Edition Paperback Used: Good Paperback 
LIMITED EDITION of 325 copies, 225 for members of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs and 100 privately printed. 8vo. 9 x 5 3/4 inches. [vi], 38, [2] pp. decorations throughout in red ink, black-and-white half-tone illustrations throughout, bibliography; text unmarked except in the notes and bibliography with some pencil marginalia. Burnt-orange wrappers printed with red ink; binding square and tight, shelf / use wear, insect damage to the wrappers. Good. Clyde Browne (1872-1942) established the Abbey Press and was a printer in the Los Angeles area for approximately forty years until his death in 1942. Browne moved to Los Angeles about 1902 or 1903, where he worked at the Los Angeles Examiner for four years. In 1909, he set up his own prints shop, and by 1910 had established the firm of Browne and Cartwright with Alexander Cartwright. Shortly afterwards he helped Occidental College and the university of Southern California start their own school newspapers. Browne printed his own work as well as that of others. Various printed rented studio space from Brown in the Abbey San Encino, including Ward Ritchie, House Olson and Scott Hazleton. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Reed, Pen, & Brush Alphabets for Writing and Lettering., Edward M. Catich (1906-1979).
14 Edward M. Catich (1906-1979). Reed, Pen, & Brush Alphabets for Writing and Lettering.
Davenport, IA: Catfish Press, 1972 First Edition Hardcover Used: Very Good Hardcover 
FIRST EDITION. Two Volumes. 8vo. 10 x 6 1/2 inches. viii, 32, [2] pp. First gathering mis-numbered, printer's device on title page, printed in 3 colors, textual ornaments and headers printed in blue and brown inks, decorative initial, index of plates; text clean, unmarked. Gilt-titled gray cloth spine, marbled paper boards with paper label on front cover, decorative end papers; binding square and tight, shelf wear, small blue paint stain on label. Comes with an additional 8-page Praenotanda, a lecture given by Catich, The Origin of Letter Forms, laid in. SIGNED by Catich in preliminaries. Very Good. WITH: CATICH. Reed, Pen, & Brush Alphabets for Writing and Lettering. Davenport, IA: The Catfish Press, (1972). Portfolio. 11 3/4 x 9 inches. 27 ff. Printer's device on title page, printed in 3 colors, recto of each leaf printed with a letter of the alphabet, versos printed with samples of fonts. Gilt-titled gray cloth spine, marbled paper boards with paper label on front cover; binding square and tight, light shelf wear. Very Good. Edward Catich was an American calligrapher whose calligraphy and stone work was internationally renowned. He is well-known for his theory on the origin of serifs in Imperial Rome. Here he writes about the Roman-alphabet writing tools - the reed, the brush, and the square-tipped pen - and provides a portfolio with examples of the alphabet written in each, and printed on archival-quality Mohawk Superfine text and cover stock. 
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The Man With The Hoe, Written After Seeing Millet's World-Famous Painting., Edwin Markham (1852-1940).
15 Edwin Markham (1852-1940). The Man With The Hoe, Written After Seeing Millet's World-Famous Painting.
San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 1916 First Edition Hardcover Used: Very Good Hardcover 
FIRST EDITION, thus, LIMITED to 300 copies, this is number 250. Series: Book Club of California Publication, No. 2. Folio. 11 1/4 x 7 1/2 inches. Frontispiece illustrated portrait of Markham, all pages in pictorial borders and within blue rules, decorative initials and textual ornament in orange, LACKS original photograph of Millet's painting and letter from Markham giving the Club permission to print his poem; text clean, unmarked. Quarter gray linen, paper spine label, blue paper; binding square and tight, shelf wear, covers lightly soiled. Includes a letter from Edwin Markham to Albert M. Bender, August 14, 1915: "After all these years I am having the hardihood to change a word in my poem, 'The Man with the Hoe.' In the last line of the second stanza, I am changing menage to danger. This will clarify and energize the line. Please make this correction in the reprint of the Hoe-poem now under way." Very Good. Printed by John Henry Nash for the Book Club of California, frontispiece and border decorations by Ray F. Coyle. American Oldstyle Italic and Caslon Roman types, printed on San Marco paper. Edwin Markham was an American poet and the Poet Laureate of Oregon. This is his most famous poem, which was a commentary on the plight of American laborers. Markham provides an Introduction before the text of the poem. "This is one of the very early publications of the Book Cub of California. It is now a rare item." O'Day, pg. 4. REFERENCES: O'Day, A Catalogue of Books Printed by John Henry Nash, pg. 3; Harlan, The Two Hundredth Book, No. 2. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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John Muir in Southern California., Elizabeth Pomeroy.
16 Elizabeth Pomeroy. John Muir in Southern California.
Pasadena: The Castle Press, 1999 Hardcover Used: Like New Hardcover 
LIMITED EDITION of 500 copies. 8vo. 10 1/4 x 6 3/4 inches. (xiv), (65) pp. Frontispiece, illustrated title page, 23 illustrations; text clean, unmarked. Gilt-stamped dark green cloth, decorative end papers; binding square and tight. Comes with an invitation to a book signing for this book at a private residence. Pall Bohne's copy, with his pencil notations with his library number, from whom he purchased the book, and date in end pages. PRESENTATION COPY, INSCRIBED to Pall Bohne by Elizabeth Pomeroy, October 1999. Fine. A short biography of John Muir, covering his time in Southern California. John Muir was a naturalist, explorer, author, and conservationist, and first president of the Sierra Club. 
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An Informal Talk by Elmer Adler at the University of Kansas, April 17, 1953.  First Annual Public lecture on Books & Bibliography., Elmer Adler (1884-1962).
17 Elmer Adler (1884-1962). An Informal Talk by Elmer Adler at the University of Kansas, April 17, 1953. First Annual Public lecture on Books & Bibliography.
Los Angeles: Saul and Lillian Marks at the Plantin Press, 1954 First Edition Hardcover Used: Very Good Hardcover 
FIRST EDITION. 12mo. [ii], (46) pp. Lovely typographic borders and decorations on title page, decorative initials, head- and tailpiece, printer's device on colophon; offsetting on pages 20-21 otherwise text clean and unmarked. Quarter beige linen, decorative paper over boards, printed paper spine label, added mylar dust-jacket; binding square and tight. Very Good. Elmer Adler was a Princeton Professor, bibliophile, and coy-founder of The Colophon. This is delightful lecture on bibliophilia presented at the University of Kansas in April 1953. From the library of Ward Ritchie (without distinguishing markings). This copy is Harmsen and Tabor's Binding Variant #2, with #5 Paper, Machine-made, watermarked "Saturn Book." REFERENCE: Harmsen and Tabor, The Plantin Press of Saul & Lillian Marks, No. 116. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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San Francisco in the Seventies, The City as Viewed by a Mexican Political Exile., Guillermo Prieto (1818-1897), and Edwin S. Morby (1909-1985), translator.
18 Guillermo Prieto (1818-1897), and Edwin S. Morby (1909-1985), translator. San Francisco in the Seventies, The City as Viewed by a Mexican Political Exile.
San Francisco: John Henry Nash, 1938 Hardcover Used: Very Good Hardcover 
LIMITED EDITION of 650 copies. 4to. 11 x 8 1/4 inches. [i], (xxiv), (91) pp. Frontispiece, 3 illustrations (including frontispiece), headpieces; text clean, unmarked. Quarter blue cloth, printed paper spine label, marbled paper over boards; binding square and tight, mild shelf wear. Very Good. Guillermo Prieto was a Mexican writer and Liberal politician, and Mexico's national poet during his lifetime. For his Liberal politics he was temporarily exiled from Mexico, and spent several months in 1877 in San Francisco. Upon returning to Mexico he published his notes on his time in the United States. Edwin S. Morby, a professor at the University of Berkeley and a scholar of Spanish theater, translated these publications into English. This volume completed "the series of three items of Californiana, published through the courtesy of the Bancroft Library, University of California. Grateful acknowledgement is hereby made to Dr. Herbert Ingram Priestley, Librarian of the Bancroft Library, for permission to reproduce the two old prints showing cartoons of San Francisco life from The Illustrated Wasp. The two title page ornaments and four headbands, depicting scenes typical of San Francisco of the period, are the work of the well-known artist, William F. Rauschnabel." Colophon. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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The Tiger in the Grass (an excerpt)., Harriet Doerr (1910-2002).
19 Harriet Doerr (1910-2002). The Tiger in the Grass (an excerpt).
Pasadena: Clinker Press, 2002 Hardcover Used: Very Good Hardcover 
LIMITED EDITION of 12 copies, this is number 7. 8vo. 10 1/4 x 6 3/4 inches. Unpaginated. [5] pp. Hand-colored decorative initial, excerpt from The Tiger in the Grass (Viking Penguin, 1995), tissue guard over woodcut illustration, hand-written limitation statement; text clean, unmarked. Dark green-stamped green cloth, green end papers; binding square and tight, covers lightly faded. Comes with a postcard from The Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, NY. Pall Bohne's copy, with his pencil notations with his library number and "Gift from the Chaves" opposite limitation statement. SIGNED by Harriet Doerr. Very Good. Hand printed and illuminated at the Clinker Press. Hand bound by David Weinstein and signed by the author. Harriet Doerr published her first novel at age 73. Tiger in the Grass: Stories and Other Inventions was her third and last publication, a collection of short stories and essays. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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The Wind in the Lilacs., Harris Merton Lyon (1882-1916).
20 Harris Merton Lyon (1882-1916). The Wind in the Lilacs.
San Francisco: Johnck & Seeger and S. T. Farquhar, 1929 Hardcover Used: Very Good Hardcover 
LIMITED EDITION of 230 copies, this is number 70. 12mo. (27) pp. Frontispiece, headpieces; text clean, unmarked. Quarter parchment paper, gray paper over boards, ribbon bookmark; binding square and tight, light toning to spine. PRESENTATION COPY, INSCRIBED by John J. Johnck and Harold N. Seeger to Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wilkins on colophon. Very Good. Presswork by Lawton Kennedy; frontispiece illustration by Blanding Sloan. Harris Merton Lyon was an American short story writer for such magazines as Broadway Magazine, McClure's, Collier's, The Smart Set, and The Illustrated Sunday Magazine. This short story, told by the wind in the lilacs, evokes a slower and more peaceful world than we experience in the twenty-first century, set in a beautiful design by John Johnck and Harold Seeger. James Blanding Sloan (1882-1979) was an American etcher, printmaker, theatrical designer, educator, painter, and puppeteer. In 1923 Sloan and his wife settled in San Francisco where for two decades over forty major exhibitions of his work were displayed; the public demand for his etchings and block prints resulted in a catalogue raisonne in 1926. 
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