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Philadelphia, PA: George W. Jacobs (1906). First edition; 8vo. Letters to his wife explain the colonel's party at Madison Square Garden. Each page has clever drawings of NYC and its people; boards are sunned and a non-authorial inscription on front free endpaper with some internal foxing else very good.
San Francisco: The Windsor Press,1929. 8vo. 14pp., vellum backed boards with decorative label,hardcover; limited edition of 700 copies, the thirty-seventh in The American Graphic Arts Institute series. Original wood-engraving by Howard Simon. Presswork by Lawton Kennedy. Printed by the Brothers Johnson.
n.p.: E.C. Seale(1964). small square 4to. red decorative boards; what better way to celebrate a royal Christmas wedding between blondes and redheads than with candy canes. Inscribed and signed by the author: “for x and x with affection Priscilla A. Johnson - 1964 lightly sunned pages else a very good.....