Title 8 Miscellaneous Pieces of Jake Zeitlin Ephemera.
Book Condition Collectible: Good
Publisher Various Places Various 1953-1987
Seller ID EE516-143
This lot includes: Item 1: Diamond Jubilee: Jake Zeitlin, "The world's neighborhood bookseller." Los Angeles: Friends of the UCLA Library, November 4, 1977. Invitation, single piece of paper folded twice (6 panels each side), 7 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches folded, also includes 4 additional pieces of ephemera, an rsvp envelope, a map of the UCLA campus, announcement of The UCLA Antiquarian Book Fair, and a parking permit for the Jubilee occasion. Item 2: "Letters to The Times," Wednesday January 10, 1979, with a poem by Robert Nathan, newspaper clipping mounted on blank white paper; toned. Item 3: CONWAY, William E., "Cowans: Father and Son," in UCLA Librarian, Volume XXXIII, No. 1, January 1980, pp. 4-6 (full issue); Item 4: STERN, Stephen and COX, James R., "Jake Zeitlin Oral History," in UCLA Librarian, Volume XXXIV, No. 7, July-August 1981, pp. 52-53 (full issue); Item 5: RITCHIE, Ward. "Los Angeles' Man About Fine Letters," newspaper clipping from Los Angeles Times, Sunday September 6, 1987, Part V, pages 3 and 6, and stapled together with "Adieu, Jake, and a Hearty Amen," which contains an excerpt of a talk given by Jake Zeitlin from The Library Journal, Volume 90, No. 1, June 1, 1965, in a newspaper clipping from the Los Angeles Times Book Review section, 1987; Item 6: Zeitlin & Ver Brugge Booksellers mailing envelope, Addressed to Mr. & Mrs. Charles Phillip Yale and postmarked December 28, 1953; toned and torn; Item 7: Another Zeitlin & Ver Brugge mailing envelope, not addressed; toned and torn. Item 8: Heritage Bookshop, offer sheet, undated, for a group of 7 Jake Zeitlin ephemeral materials relating to Jake's career as a bookseller.
Jake Zeitlin, Ephemera, UCLA Librarian, Los Angeles Times, Robert Nathan, William E. Conway, Robert Ernest Cowan, Stephen Stern, James R. Cox, Ward Ritchie, Charles Phillip Yale, Zeitlin & Ver Brugge, Bookselling