Milan: Giampaolo Prearo Editore and Galleria Toselli, (1973). First edition. Baldessari's third artists' book contains 12 plates, each depicting three balls. This is a bonus 13th photographic plate produced, in unknown circumstances, depicting four balls, sometimes it is found as an addition in copies of the portfolio.
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New York: Grove Press, (1954). First edition. Black cloth, a fine copy in a lightly used, price-clipped dust jacket.
New York: Greenberg, 1949-1979. first editions. Volumes 1-5, plus 24, 26-7, 29-31, (1949, 1951-1954 (no issue appeared in 1950), 1973, 1975-1979). Cloth and boards, fine copies in dust jackets (a few jacket spines slightly faded).
Paris: Eric Losfeld, 1969. . Wrappers, 220 pp. extensively illustrated. Fine.
Boston: Small, Maynard, 1923. First edition. Maroon cloth, fine, the scarce dust jacket lacks most of the spine, but the front and back panels are largely present. Contains critical appraisals and descriptions of the production of films, including Nanook of the North, Grandma's Boy, Blood and Sand, The Prisoner of...
New York: Rinehart, (1955). First edition. Cloth , near-fine copy in lightly worn dust jacket. First edition.
Paris, 1938-1939. Miro; Matisse; Miro; Matisse. Publisher's cloth, original wrappers bound in, spine slightly faded and rubbed; one marginal tear from an untrimmed leaf, internally fine otherwise. American issue with Esquire/Coronet sticker on the title page, text in English. Issue 1 has a cover by Matisse, original lithographs by Léger.....
New York: Harper, (1957). Cloth, near fine copy in dust jacket.
Philadelphia: Grigg & Elliot, 1840. First edition. Original printed boards, cloth spine. 96 pp. Lithograph frontispiece and 2 (of 4) lithograph plates. Spine largely perished, boards worn at edges, mild stains. Howes H246.
Philadelphia: Thomas Desilver, 1832. Second edition, enlarged and improved. Original cloth backed printed boards, 188 pp. Light foxing and browning; very good copy.
Louisville, Ky. Prentice & Weissinger, 1838. First edition. Stitched, removed. 23 pp.
Omaha: Privately printed, 1938. First edition. Cloth backed boards, labels, very good copy with faded strip on cover. 263 pp.
New York: Paper Book Gallery, 1965. First edition. Wrappers, spine faded, else fine. First edition.
New York: Knopf, 1945. Kauffer, E. McKnight. Second printing. Inscribed and signed by Hughes "For Lloyd J. Reynolds with my thanks for his kind introduction to my Portland audience tonight, Sincerely, Langston Hughes. Portland, January 23, 1946". Cloth, small spot on top edge, else fine. Hughes spoke in front of...
Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 18669. First edition. Original dark green cloth, stamped in gilt and blind. 1546 copies were printed and bound in three lots, this copy in the "B" binding (no wreath on the sides, spine imprint stamped from sans serif type), described, without any priority assigned, by BAL...
New York: Printed for the Booksellers, 1841. First edition. Original cloth backed boards, with printed spine label, restored, using original materials, to near-fine condition. Pencil notes on the rear endpaper identify the character names with their real-life models. One of the first American books on the stock market. Kress C5511.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1950. First edition. Original cloth, nice copy in dust jacket of this seminal work of American studies.
Santa Fe: Soundings Press, 1984. First edition. Wrappers, very good.
New York: Privately printed, 1925. First edition. Cloth backed boards, near-fine. Inscribed by the author to Ambassador Alexander P. Moore. The front pastedown has ownership stamps of Genie Clair Smith, Del Mar, California (she is said have owned seven houses in Del Mar in the early years of the twentieth century).
New York: Crowell, (1937). First edition. Blue cloth, fine, jacket slightly chipped at top of spine. Inscribed to Ira Gershwin by Harold Arlen. A scarce title; it contains a chapter on George Gershwin.
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1931. First edition. Blue buckram, spine gilt, fine, in a protective jacket from George Gershwin Jr. High School, Brooklyn.. From the library of Ira Gershwin, the book's dedicatee, with posthumous bookplate.
Paris: [s.n.], Autumn 1977, Winter 1979, Summer 1980—Autumn 1980, Spring 1981—Winter 1981. Original wrappers, very good and fine copies.
London: Faber and Faber, 1956. First English edition. 94 p. 21 cm. Yellow cloth, slight lean; an excellent copy in dust jacket, with some slight discoloration, and a little rubbing to the extremities.
London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, (1969). Reprint. Cloth, fine, dust jacket with long closed tear. From lyricist Ira Gershwin's library, with posthumous bookplate.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1919. First edition. Illustrated boards, very good. From lyricist Ira Gershwin's library, with posthumous bookplate.