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  • COUCH FAMILY Photo Album MICHAEL JEAN SUSAN Wedding & Misc. PALO ALTO 1950-1970s COUCH FAMILY Photo Album MICHAEL JEAN SUSAN Wedding & Misc. PALO ALTO 1950-1970s

    Photo Album / Scrapbook containing Photos and Ephemera related to various members of the COUCH FAMILY, primarily Michael Couch, his wife Jean Couch, and his sister Susan Couch. Hardcover photo album, lacking the front cover, 11.5x14 inches, inner pages bound together with two metal bolts..

    Apparently the album was put together by Roberta Couch, the mother of Michael and Susan Couch. The first page is a handwritten transcript of the song from Fiddler1960 on the Roof titled Sunrise, Sunset, a song that reminiscences on how quickly your little boy and girl grow up and get older while you grow old.

    Items include the names of Susan Couch, Michael Couch, Jean Couch, Douglas Couch, and Roberta Couch. There are lots of…

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    Photo Album / Scrapbook containing Photos and Ephemera related to various members of the COUCH FAMILY, primarily Michael Couch, his wife Jean Couch, and his sister Susan Couch. Hardcover photo album, lacking the front cover, 11.5x14 inches, inner pages bound together with two metal bolts..

    Apparently the album was put together by Roberta Couch, the mother of Michael and Susan Couch. The first page is a handwritten transcript of the song from Fiddler1960 on the Roof titled Sunrise, Sunset, a song that reminiscences on how quickly your little boy and girl grow up and get older while you grow old.

    Items include the names of Susan Couch, Michael Couch, Jean Couch, Douglas Couch, and Roberta Couch. There are lots of cards from the children Susan and Michael to their parents. The majority of the photos are of the wedding of Michael and Jean Couch and their wedding reception.

    Items in the album include:

    A clipped newspaper article announcing the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Couch on March 10, 1951 at the Palo Alto Hospital.

    24 pages with handmade cards by Michael and Susan Couch made when they were kids, clearly the 1950s. The cards were made for their Mommy and Daddy (Douglas Couch and Roberta Couch).

    A 1959 Cubberley Senior High School, Palo Alto, Commencement Announcement card listing all the graduates. One of the listed graduates is Michael Couch.

    A 1969 Palo Alto Times newspaper article listing the students graduating from Gunn High School, Palo Alto. One of the listed graduates is Susan Couch.

    A couple telegrams from Mike Couch to Roberta Couch, his mother, wishing her happiness.

    6 professional wedding photos, each mounted on 6x9 inch white cardstock, each signed by the photographer. All the people in the photos are named.

    13 snapshots of Michael and Jean's wedding and reception, all the people in the photos are named.

    A couple postcards from their Honeymoon.

    A 1975 baby announcement for Whitney Ann Couch, and a 1973 baby photo of Matt Couch. Obviously the next Couch generation courtesy of Mike and Jean Couch.

    And a few other items.

    Condition: The album is in POOR condition, the front cover is lacking, the rear cover and spine are worn with the vinyl peeling away from the edges, but the inner sheets are still held in place with the two bolt binding. The photos and pasted in items are all in GOOD condition, still bright and clean.

    From what I can gather, Douglas Couch was a major property owner and developer in Palo Alto and the San Francisco Peninsula. What this meant to his wife, Jean, his children Susan and Michael, and his grandchildren, Matt and Whitney, you get to research for yourself.

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  • 1937-1938 SCRAPBOOK of HAWAIIANA & STEAMSHIP TRAVEL to/from HAWAII including USN Stuff 1937-1938 SCRAPBOOK of HAWAIIANA & STEAMSHIP TRAVEL to/from HAWAII including USN Stuff

    SCRAPBOOK apparently of Mrs. William H. Butcher. She either lived in San Diego and had family in Hawaii, or lived in Hawaii and had family in San Diego, or had a Naval husband stationed in Hawaii, or??? Of these, it seems to me most probable that Mrs. William H. Butcher was married to a Naval Man who was stationed in Hawaii or even Japan. However, there are several letters to Ethel Butcher who lived in Honolulu, Hawaii, so maybe her family did live there. What do I know? Lots of research left to be done, have fun!

    The scrapbook is full of items pasted on pages, most are Hawaii or steamship related, including menus (e.g. Aloha Dinner, S.S. Lurline…

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    SCRAPBOOK apparently of Mrs. William H. Butcher. She either lived in San Diego and had family in Hawaii, or lived in Hawaii and had family in San Diego, or had a Naval husband stationed in Hawaii, or??? Of these, it seems to me most probable that Mrs. William H. Butcher was married to a Naval Man who was stationed in Hawaii or even Japan. However, there are several letters to Ethel Butcher who lived in Honolulu, Hawaii, so maybe her family did live there. What do I know? Lots of research left to be done, have fun!

    The scrapbook is full of items pasted on pages, most are Hawaii or steamship related, including menus (e.g. Aloha Dinner, S.S. Lurline at Sea en Route to Honolulu), tickets (e.g. Matson Navigation Company First Class Contract Ticket, Los Angeles to Honolulu, for Mrs. William H. Butcher), printed coasters, a small Matson Line flag, baggage tags, lots of small cards for various products printed in both Japanese and English (presumably from Hawaii), letters to Mrs. Ethel Butcher of Honolulu,, a printed U.S. Army Transport St. Mihiel envelope, a Japan money order form, 20 illustrated matchbook covers and small cards (a mixture of naval ships and Hawaiiana), a printed envelope from Army & Navy YMCA Honolulu, a printed envelope from USS Pruitt, various Honolulu store cards and receipts, Clippings from Honolulu newspapers concerning various naval ship activities, menu from the Banzi Inn, a souvenir passenger list S.S. Lurline Honolulu to SF and LA with Mrs. W.M. Butcher included in the list, a few printed envelopes of the USS Potomac, and some miscellaneous ephemera. Ends with a large round sticker for the Greater Texas Pan-American Exposition Dallas pasted on the inside rear cover (the expo took place in 1937).

    Photo Album with stiff covers, 8.5x11 inches, lots of 8.5x11 inch leaves. 45 pages have items pasted onto them. Almost all the items are from 1937 to 1938, but there are a few with later dates.

    Condition: The album covers and the inner sheets are in POOR condition, the covers are worn and disbound (now acting more like a folder holding the inner pages), the inner sheets are mostly loose, heavily chipped, torn along all their edges, and with holes. The items themselves are mostly in GOOD condition, some are loose but most remain pasted onto the sheets. It's the 1937-1938 Hawaii and steamship stuff to Hawaii that make the album special, imho.

    INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: This scrapbook is somewhat heavy and will require additional shipping charges. After placing your order you will be notified of the additional charges and be able to accept or reject them before your payment is processed. Or you can contact us ahead of time to find out the shipping charge to your country. Thanks.

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  • KASPARIAN 2,500 FINALES / CHESS END GAMES Published in Argentina SPANISH TEXT 1963 KASPARIAN 2,500 FINALES / CHESS END GAMES Published in Argentina SPANISH TEXT 1963

    2,500 FINALES, by G. M. KASPARIAN. TOMO I.

    Published by Editorial Sopena Argentina, S.A., Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1963. First Edition "Primera Edicion, Marzo de 1963".

    TEXT IN SPANISH.

    A book of Chess Endings by the great chess master G.M. Kasparian.

    This being TOMO I only, it probably only contains 1,250 FINALES / End Games.

    Only FAIR condition. EX-LIBRARY and bound in LIBRARY HARD COVERS. Ex the wonderful MECHANICS' INSTITUTE OF SAN FRANCISCO, with its name on the front cover, shelving label on spine, its cool old bookplate on the front pastedown, and its stamps and marks here and there throughout. There is ALSO a deaccession stamp "WITHDRAWN from the Mechanics' Institute Library" on the front free endpaper. Ex-lib aside, the…

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    2,500 FINALES, by G. M. KASPARIAN. TOMO I.

    Published by Editorial Sopena Argentina, S.A., Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1963. First Edition "Primera Edicion, Marzo de 1963".

    TEXT IN SPANISH.

    A book of Chess Endings by the great chess master G.M. Kasparian.

    This being TOMO I only, it probably only contains 1,250 FINALES / End Games.

    Only FAIR condition. EX-LIBRARY and bound in LIBRARY HARD COVERS. Ex the wonderful MECHANICS' INSTITUTE OF SAN FRANCISCO, with its name on the front cover, shelving label on spine, its cool old bookplate on the front pastedown, and its stamps and marks here and there throughout. There is ALSO a deaccession stamp "WITHDRAWN from the Mechanics' Institute Library" on the front free endpaper. Ex-lib aside, the covers are sturdy and doing their job well, the inner pages are toned, the first few pages have water staining to the front margin, the half title page has a small rectangular piece cut out of its top edge (a previous owner's name?), and there is a bookplate of "Ed Rosenthal" on the half title page. Nonetheless, despite its faults, the book is a complete copy of TOMO I (Volume I) in Spanish, and is sturdily bound in its Mechanic's Institute hard covers.

    The bookplate of the Mechanics' Institute Library on the front cover is worth the price of entrance, imho. The bookplate of Ed Rosenthal is interesting too. He is an advanced amateur chess player of some note, living in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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  • SABAUDIA 1933 CITTA NUOVA FASCISTA / Architecture & Design of a NEW CITY in FASCIST ITALY Exhibition Catalog 1984 by Richard Burdett, Giuseppe Pasquali, et al SABAUDIA 1933 CITTA NUOVA FASCISTA / Architecture & Design of a NEW CITY in FASCIST ITALY Exhibition Catalog 1984
    Richard Burdett, Giuseppe Pasquali, et al

    SABAUDIA 1933 : CITTA NUOVA FASCISTA 1933. Exhibition catalog. "This catalogue has been published to coincide with an exhibition of original drawings and photographs of the Italian new town of Sabaudia, held at the Architectural Association, London, from 15th January - 13th February 1982."

    Published by the Architectural Association, London 1982.

    Booklet / Exhibition Catalog, softcovers, side stapled, 7x7 inches (17.5x17.5 cm), 48 pages. Illustrated throughout. Essays by Richard Burdett, Giuseppe Pasquali, et al.

    GOOD condition, shelf rubbing and light soiling to the rear cover, otherwise tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. A solid, nice copy.

    Sabaudia is an Italian town that was built from the ground up by the Italian Fascist Government in 1933.

    About SABAUDIA (from Wikipedia):

    ******An…

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    SABAUDIA 1933 : CITTA NUOVA FASCISTA 1933. Exhibition catalog. "This catalogue has been published to coincide with an exhibition of original drawings and photographs of the Italian new town of Sabaudia, held at the Architectural Association, London, from 15th January - 13th February 1982."

    Published by the Architectural Association, London 1982.

    Booklet / Exhibition Catalog, softcovers, side stapled, 7x7 inches (17.5x17.5 cm), 48 pages. Illustrated throughout. Essays by Richard Burdett, Giuseppe Pasquali, et al.

    GOOD condition, shelf rubbing and light soiling to the rear cover, otherwise tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. A solid, nice copy.

    Sabaudia is an Italian town that was built from the ground up by the Italian Fascist Government in 1933.

    About SABAUDIA (from Wikipedia):

    ******An hour and a half to the south of Rome, Sabaudia is a coastal town. It is one of several towns built on the reclaimed marshland of the Pontine Marshes Agro Pontino. This marsh was drained under orders from Benito Mussolini. Vast tracts of malaria infested swamp were drained by workers transported from poor areas of northern Italy, leaving the coastal area south of Rome with rich farmland. These towns were built so that the fascist regime could demonstrate the draining of the marshland, as well as to provide housing communities for the increasing urban populations of Italy's large cities.

    Architects Gino Cancellotti, Eugenio Montuori, Luigi Piccinato, and Alfredo Scalpelli were responsible for the town plan and many of the buildings after winning a competition for the design of Sabaudia, sponsored by Mussolini. Work commenced on the town's construction on 5 August 1933 and was completed 253 days later. The city itself is based a Roman grid road layout and rationalist architecture.******

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  • Collection of 54 ASIAN CHOP SEALS Stamped in a Blank Book with Japanese Style Binding Collection of 54 ASIAN CHOP SEALS Stamped in a Blank Book with Japanese Style Binding

    Collection of 54 ASIAN CHOP SEALS stamped in a blank notebook, blue paper covers, Japanese style string binding, 5x8.5 inches, 50 leaves, each leaf printed with a green frame design on one side only. Each leaf is a folded sheet of thin laid paper.

    There are 54 red ink Chop seals on 46 of the leaves, one and sometimes two seals to a page. All the seals are stamped inside the printed green frames. The red ink of each seal is bright and clear, some has lightly bled onto the blank facing pages.

    I have no idea when or where these seals were obtained. The book has a rather recent look and feel to it.

    GOOD condition, the front cover…

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    Collection of 54 ASIAN CHOP SEALS stamped in a blank notebook, blue paper covers, Japanese style string binding, 5x8.5 inches, 50 leaves, each leaf printed with a green frame design on one side only. Each leaf is a folded sheet of thin laid paper.

    There are 54 red ink Chop seals on 46 of the leaves, one and sometimes two seals to a page. All the seals are stamped inside the printed green frames. The red ink of each seal is bright and clear, some has lightly bled onto the blank facing pages.

    I have no idea when or where these seals were obtained. The book has a rather recent look and feel to it.

    GOOD condition, the front cover and front pastedown have creases and a small edge tear, there is some foxing to the page edges and a bit to the first couple of leaves, otherwise lovely.

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  • 1953-54 Original MEDFORD, OREGON, CITY DIRECTORY Including ASHLAND and JACKSON COUNTY with Every RESIDENT & BUSINESS 1953-54 Original MEDFORD, OREGON, CITY DIRECTORY Including ASHLAND and JACKSON COUNTY with Every RESIDENT & BUSINESS

    1953-54 MEDFORD, OREGON, CITY DIRECTORY, Including ASHLAND and JACKSON COUNTY Residents. Containing an Alphabetical Directory of Business Concerns and Private Citizens... and a Complete Classified Business Directory.

    Published by R. L. Polk & Co., Seattle, Washington, 1954. This is an Original, Vintage, Medford, Oregon, City Directory.

    Original hardcovers, printed cloth covered boards and spine, 6x9 inches, 665 pages.

    Contains numerous advertisements of the day. These directories were published as advertising vehicles so ads are everywhere, including the covers and page edges.

    GOOD Condition:The covers have some rubs and light wear but remain bright and solid. There is a stain to the back area of the top page edges (page edges of the closed book), the stain has left…

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    1953-54 MEDFORD, OREGON, CITY DIRECTORY, Including ASHLAND and JACKSON COUNTY Residents. Containing an Alphabetical Directory of Business Concerns and Private Citizens... and a Complete Classified Business Directory.

    Published by R. L. Polk & Co., Seattle, Washington, 1954. This is an Original, Vintage, Medford, Oregon, City Directory.

    Original hardcovers, printed cloth covered boards and spine, 6x9 inches, 665 pages.

    Contains numerous advertisements of the day. These directories were published as advertising vehicles so ads are everywhere, including the covers and page edges.

    GOOD Condition:The covers have some rubs and light wear but remain bright and solid. There is a stain to the back area of the top page edges (page edges of the closed book), the stain has left a stain / shorelining to the top margin of the inner pages, mostly very light, darker on a few pages; otherwise the directory is just lightly used and still tight, bright, clean and unmarked.

    A Complete MEDFORD, OREGON, City Directory from 1954. Rich in Oregon genealogy.

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  • DRAWINGS of LASAR SEGALL Lithuanian Jewish Brazilian ARTIST Limited Edition Published in São Paulo, Brasil PORTUGUESE & ENGLISH Text DRAWINGS of LASAR SEGALL Lithuanian Jewish Brazilian ARTIST Limited Edition Published in São Paulo, Brasil PORTUGUESE & ENGLISH Text

    O DESENHO DE LASAR SEGALL / DRAWING OF LASAR SEGALL.

    Published by Museu Lasar Segall, São Paulo, Brasil, 1991. Limited Edition of 3000 copies.

    From the Colophon Page (the last page): "This edition, celebrating Lasar Segall;s centennial, was sponsored by Metal Leve S.A.; 3,000 copies have been printed on Simaprint couche paper by Industrias de Papel Simao. The book was completed in Sao Paulo, in September 1991."

    Hardcover Book in Dustjacket, 10x11 inches, 169 pages.

    Illustrated with 199 b&w reproductions of Lasar Segall's drawings, most on their own page or two to a page. The text pages are in Portuguese and English.

    Condition: VERY GOOD book, the covers have a few rubs, the bottom corners are bumped, and…

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    O DESENHO DE LASAR SEGALL / DRAWING OF LASAR SEGALL.

    Published by Museu Lasar Segall, São Paulo, Brasil, 1991. Limited Edition of 3000 copies.

    From the Colophon Page (the last page): "This edition, celebrating Lasar Segall;s centennial, was sponsored by Metal Leve S.A.; 3,000 copies have been printed on Simaprint couche paper by Industrias de Papel Simao. The book was completed in Sao Paulo, in September 1991."

    Hardcover Book in Dustjacket, 10x11 inches, 169 pages.

    Illustrated with 199 b&w reproductions of Lasar Segall's drawings, most on their own page or two to a page. The text pages are in Portuguese and English.

    Condition: VERY GOOD book, the covers have a few rubs, the bottom corners are bumped, and there are some pokes (as if from a closed pen) to the upper margin of the rear cover, overall the covers are bright and solid; internally the pages are tight, bright, clean and unmarked. In a GOOD dustjacket that has shelf wear to its front and rear panel, and sunning to the spine. Overall a solid, presentable, used copy.

    About LASAR SEGALL (excerpted from Wikipedia):

    ******Lasar Segall, b.1891 d.1957, was a Lithuanian Jewish and Brazilian painter, engraver and sculptor. Segall's work is derived from impressionism, expressionism and modernism. His most significant themes were depictions of human suffering, war, persecution, and prostitution.******

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  • 1968 OAKLAND A's PREMIER YEARBOOK The Baseball Team's FIRST YEAR in Oakland at the NEW COLISEUM 1968 OAKLAND A's PREMIER YEARBOOK The Baseball Team's FIRST YEAR in Oakland at the NEW COLISEUM

    OAKLAND A's PREMIER YEARBOOK. Introduces the A's Baseball Team to OAKLAND, the Team's new home in 1968.

    Includes articles on the team, the management, and the "Dream Come True" Oakland Coliseum. (The "Dream" has since turned into a nightmare!). The first year Oakland A's Team included Jim Catfish Hunter, Reggie Jackson, and Tony LaRussa. Includes lots of photos.

    Softcovers, side stapled, 8.5x11 inches, 72 pages.

    FAIR condition. The front cover is rubbed, scratched, and creased; the centerfold 4 pages have pulled from the staples (i.e. the centerfold is present but loose); otherwise the pages are rather nice, complete, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. A not bad copy with a not so good (but not torn) front cover.

    Welcome to…

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    OAKLAND A's PREMIER YEARBOOK. Introduces the A's Baseball Team to OAKLAND, the Team's new home in 1968.

    Includes articles on the team, the management, and the "Dream Come True" Oakland Coliseum. (The "Dream" has since turned into a nightmare!). The first year Oakland A's Team included Jim Catfish Hunter, Reggie Jackson, and Tony LaRussa. Includes lots of photos.

    Softcovers, side stapled, 8.5x11 inches, 72 pages.

    FAIR condition. The front cover is rubbed, scratched, and creased; the centerfold 4 pages have pulled from the staples (i.e. the centerfold is present but loose); otherwise the pages are rather nice, complete, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. A not bad copy with a not so good (but not torn) front cover.

    Welcome to Oakland, A's, leaving anytime soon?

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  • 12TH ANNUAL HEIDEGGER CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS 7 Scholarly Philosophy Papers 1978 12TH ANNUAL HEIDEGGER CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS 7 Scholarly Philosophy Papers 1978

    PROCEEDINGS HEIDEGGER CONFERENCE, Twelfth Annual Meeting, Villanova University (Radnor Township, Pennsylvania), CONVENED by JOHN D. CAPUTO. The conference took place on May 26th, 27th & 28th, 1978.

    A compilation of SEVEN CONFERENCE PAPERS by Noted HEIDEGGER PHILOSOPHERS and SCHOLARS. Text in English. The papers are:

    HEIDEGGER'S MISINTERPRETATION OF RILKE, by P. Christopher Smith, University of Lowell, 25 pages;

    THE QUESTION OF GOD IN HEIDEGGER'S THOUGHT, by Joan Stambaugh, Hunter College, 34 pages;

    A DIAGRAMMATICAL APPROACH TO HEIDEGGER'S SCHEMATISM OF EXISTENCE, by Theodore Kisiel, Northern Illinois University, 22 pages;

    TIME AND BEING 1925-27, by Thomas Sheehan, Loyola University of Chicago, [29 pages];

    BRIDGING THE GAP: THE CRITIQUE OF EVERYDAYNESS BY HEIDEGGER AND THE CRITICAL MARXISTS, by Michael Zimmerman, Tulane…

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    PROCEEDINGS HEIDEGGER CONFERENCE, Twelfth Annual Meeting, Villanova University (Radnor Township, Pennsylvania), CONVENED by JOHN D. CAPUTO. The conference took place on May 26th, 27th & 28th, 1978.

    A compilation of SEVEN CONFERENCE PAPERS by Noted HEIDEGGER PHILOSOPHERS and SCHOLARS. Text in English. The papers are:

    HEIDEGGER'S MISINTERPRETATION OF RILKE, by P. Christopher Smith, University of Lowell, 25 pages;

    THE QUESTION OF GOD IN HEIDEGGER'S THOUGHT, by Joan Stambaugh, Hunter College, 34 pages;

    A DIAGRAMMATICAL APPROACH TO HEIDEGGER'S SCHEMATISM OF EXISTENCE, by Theodore Kisiel, Northern Illinois University, 22 pages;

    TIME AND BEING 1925-27, by Thomas Sheehan, Loyola University of Chicago, [29 pages];

    BRIDGING THE GAP: THE CRITIQUE OF EVERYDAYNESS BY HEIDEGGER AND THE CRITICAL MARXISTS, by Michael Zimmerman, Tulane University, 21 pages;

    HEIDEGGER'S PHILOSOPHY OF TECHNOLOGY, by Don Ihde, SUNY, Stony Brook, 41 pages;

    HEIDEGGER'S VALUE-CRITICISM AND ITS BEARING UPON THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF VALUE, by Parvis Emad, DuPaul University, 26 pages.

    Laid in is another Heidegger paper titled: BOREDOM, INDIFFERENCE AND METAPHYSICS, by Reginald Storrs Lilly, Loyola University of Chicago. It consists of 15 pages printed on one side only, bound with a single corner staple. It is not listed in the official Conference Schedule.

    Printed blue paper covers, plastic spiral binding, 8.5x11 inches, approximately 200 photocopied pages (each conference paper numbered separately, plus a few unnumbered introductory and title pages).

    FAIR condition: the front cover has a large light purple stain and associated waviness, appears to be offsetting from something damp; a couple of the cover holes at the top and bottom have pulled from the comb binding; internally, the first few leaves are a bit wavy but have no stains, otherwise just lightly used and still tight, bright, clean and clear. A complete and presentable copy. The laid in Heidegger paper is in good condition, some edge toning, otherwise bright and clean.

    These papers from the 12th Annual Heidegger Proceedings are hard to find.

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  • CHINESE NANMU FURNITURE from NANMU STUDIOS China Guardian Auction Catalog 2013 CHINESE NANMU FURNITURE from NANMU STUDIOS China Guardian Auction Catalog 2013

    LASTING BEAUTY - NANMU FURNITURE from NANMU STUDIO. Fully illustrated, China Guardian AUCTION CATALOG for the auction that took place on November 17, 2013.

    Softcovers, 8x10.5 inches, unpaginated. 16 items of gorgeous furniture made at the Nanmu Studios are fully described and illustrated with multiple photographs. The lots are numbered 3901 to 3906.

    Text in Chinese, with brief details of each lot in English as well.

    VERY GOOD condition a small crease to the upper corner tip, light signs of handling. A solid, very presentable copy.

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  • JOHN ALCORN Poster Calendar PSYCHEDELIC NUDE WOMAN Sanders Printing Promo 1970 JOHN ALCORN Poster Calendar PSYCHEDELIC NUDE WOMAN Sanders Printing Promo 1970

    JOHN ALCORN Calendar / Poster with Psychedelic Image of a Nude Woman. Folded. Unfolded measures 19.5x29.5 inches.

    Apparently printed as a promo for the Sanders Printing Corporation, 1970.

    There is an in plate signature (i.e. printed signature) of John Alcorn in the upper right margin of the image.

    GOOD condition. The poster calendar is folded, there are two horizontal and one vertical folds, there are small closed tears at the beginning of a couple of the horizontal folds, otherwise solid, bright, clean, clear and unmarked.

    A really cool image by the artist John Alcorn.

    This item will be sent folded, as has been its stored state.

    About John Alcorn (from Wikipedia):

    ******John Alcorn, b.1935 d.1992, was an American commercial artist…

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    JOHN ALCORN Calendar / Poster with Psychedelic Image of a Nude Woman. Folded. Unfolded measures 19.5x29.5 inches.

    Apparently printed as a promo for the Sanders Printing Corporation, 1970.

    There is an in plate signature (i.e. printed signature) of John Alcorn in the upper right margin of the image.

    GOOD condition. The poster calendar is folded, there are two horizontal and one vertical folds, there are small closed tears at the beginning of a couple of the horizontal folds, otherwise solid, bright, clean, clear and unmarked.

    A really cool image by the artist John Alcorn.

    This item will be sent folded, as has been its stored state.

    About John Alcorn (from Wikipedia):

    ******John Alcorn, b.1935 d.1992, was an American commercial artist and designer, and an illustrator of children's books. In addition to his accomplishments in the areas of packaging, corporate and dimensional design, Alcorn designed the opening titles for several Federico Fellini films. During his career, Alcorn created numerous book jackets and paperback covers, and his work appeared in many major exhibits.******

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  • TRAFFIC COMPLETE : PIANO - VOCAL - GUITAR Songbook ENGLISH ROCK Starshine Library 1970 by Steve Winwood, Jim Capaldi, Chris Wood, Dave Mason TRAFFIC COMPLETE : PIANO - VOCAL - GUITAR Songbook ENGLISH ROCK Starshine Library 1970
    Steve Winwood, Jim Capaldi, Chris Wood, Dave Mason

    TRAFFIC COMPLETE. The back cover states PIANO - VOCAL - GUITAR.

    Stiff blue paper covers, 8.5x11 inches, 80 pages. Includes 29 songs with lyrics, guitar chords, chord diagrams, and full piano in standard notation. Intermingled among the songs are a four page biography and 13 b&w photos of the band.

    GOOD MINUS condition, The covers are rubbed and scratched, and the cover spine is scraped, creased, and has some wear at the ends, nonetheless the covers are sturdy and doing their job well. Internally, there is a corner crease here and there otherwise the pages are bright, clean, clear and unmarked.

    A complete, presentable copy of this hard to find TRAFFIC songbook.

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  • Archaeology KODIAK ISLAND, ALASKA Harpoons, Projectile Points, Darts, Fish Hooks with 85 PLATES by Robert F. Heizer Archaeology KODIAK ISLAND, ALASKA Harpoons, Projectile Points, Darts, Fish Hooks with 85 PLATES
    Robert F. Heizer

    ARCHAEOLOGY of the UYAK SITE, KODIAK ISLAND, ALASKA, by Robert F. Heizer.

    Published by the University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1956. Published as Anthropological Records, Volume 17 Number 1.

    From the Introduction: "This report concerns the large and important archaeological collection made at Uyak Bay, Kodiak Island, in the summer field seasons of 1931, 1932, 1934, 1935, and 1936 by the late Dr. Ales Hrdlicka, former Curator of Physical Anthropology in the United States National Museum, where the collection is now housed."

    A wonderful look at the spears, harpoons, projectile points, carved bones, and other artifacts found at the site. The first section is a description of the site and objects found there. These text pages…

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    ARCHAEOLOGY of the UYAK SITE, KODIAK ISLAND, ALASKA, by Robert F. Heizer.

    Published by the University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1956. Published as Anthropological Records, Volume 17 Number 1.

    From the Introduction: "This report concerns the large and important archaeological collection made at Uyak Bay, Kodiak Island, in the summer field seasons of 1931, 1932, 1934, 1935, and 1936 by the late Dr. Ales Hrdlicka, former Curator of Physical Anthropology in the United States National Museum, where the collection is now housed."

    A wonderful look at the spears, harpoons, projectile points, carved bones, and other artifacts found at the site. The first section is a description of the site and objects found there. These text pages are richly illustrated with detailed drawings. This is followed by 85 full page photographic plates, a few of the site, the majority showing examples of the many recovered artifacts.

    Paper covers, black cloth tape covered spine, 8.5x11 inches, 199 pages.

    GOOD condition, minor shorelining to the cover's margins that affects only the very bottom corner of the first and last inner page, some staining to the bottom of the spine, some light corner creasing here and there, overall a solid, bright, presentable copy.

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  • HISTORY of CONTRA COSTA COUNTY California WALNUT CREEK & ALL OTHER TOWNSHIPS Genealogy HISTORY of CONTRA COSTA COUNTY California WALNUT CREEK & ALL OTHER TOWNSHIPS Genealogy

    HISTORY of CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA,Including Its Geography, Geology, Topography, Climatography and Description: Together with a Record of the Mexican Grants; The Bear Flag War; The Mount Diablo Coal Fields; The Early History and Settlement, Compiled from the most Authentic Sources; The Names of Original Spanish and Mexican Pioneers; Full Legislative History of the County; Separate History of each Township, showing the Advance in Population and Agriculture; also, Incidents of Pioneer Life; and Biographical Sketches of Early and Prominent Settlers and Representative Men; and of its Towns, Villages, Churches, Secret Societies, Etc.

    Facsimile Reprint Edition, published by Brooks-Sterling Company, Oakland, California, 1974. (Originally published by W. A. Slocum & Co., Publishers, San Francisco, 1882.) ISBN: 0914418017.

    Hardcover Book, no dustjacket…

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    HISTORY of CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA,Including Its Geography, Geology, Topography, Climatography and Description: Together with a Record of the Mexican Grants; The Bear Flag War; The Mount Diablo Coal Fields; The Early History and Settlement, Compiled from the most Authentic Sources; The Names of Original Spanish and Mexican Pioneers; Full Legislative History of the County; Separate History of each Township, showing the Advance in Population and Agriculture; also, Incidents of Pioneer Life; and Biographical Sketches of Early and Prominent Settlers and Representative Men; and of its Towns, Villages, Churches, Secret Societies, Etc.

    Facsimile Reprint Edition, published by Brooks-Sterling Company, Oakland, California, 1974. (Originally published by W. A. Slocum & Co., Publishers, San Francisco, 1882.) ISBN: 0914418017.

    Hardcover Book, no dustjacket as issued, gold cloth covered boards, titles printed on spine imitate the original leather spine title labels, 6.5x9 inches, 710 pages. Illustrated with portraits of many of the men whose "Biographical Sketches" are in the book. (It is well known that the Biographical Sketches are of men who PAID to have their biographies included. That is how the original publisher covered its costs and made profits. It also made profits by selling copies to those whose biographies are in the book. Though originally a VANITY publication, this early look at Contra Costa County has become an important historical and genealogical record of the time.

    NEAR FINE condition, just gently used, still sharp, tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. A solid, lovely copy.

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  • POETICAL MANUSCRIPTS & PORTRAITS of POETS Roy Davids Collection VOLUMES I & II POETICAL MANUSCRIPTS & PORTRAITS of POETS Roy Davids Collection VOLUMES I & II

    The Roy Davids Collection, Part III: Poetry: Poetical Manuscripts & Portraits of Poets, Volumes I and II

    Auction catalogs for the auction that took place in London at Bonhams & Butterfields on April 10 and May 8, 2013.

    Two large catalogs. Softcovers, 8.25x10.5 inches. The two volumes are: Part III: Volume I: A-K, 285 pages, 263 lots. Part III: Volume II: L-Y, 289 pages, 263 lots (numbered 264-526).

    Illustrated throughout with photographic reproductions of handwritten poems, letters, marginalia, and the like; as well as numerous portraits, mostly photographic, of the various poets.

    Both volumes are in FINE unused condition.

    An important and useful reference to the handwriting of many English poets.

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    The Roy Davids Collection, Part III: Poetry: Poetical Manuscripts & Portraits of Poets, Volumes I and II

    Auction catalogs for the auction that took place in London at Bonhams & Butterfields on April 10 and May 8, 2013.

    Two large catalogs. Softcovers, 8.25x10.5 inches. The two volumes are: Part III: Volume I: A-K, 285 pages, 263 lots. Part III: Volume II: L-Y, 289 pages, 263 lots (numbered 264-526).

    Illustrated throughout with photographic reproductions of handwritten poems, letters, marginalia, and the like; as well as numerous portraits, mostly photographic, of the various poets.

    Both volumes are in FINE unused condition.

    An important and useful reference to the handwriting of many English poets.

    INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: These two catalogs are heavy and will require substantial additional shipping charges. After placing your order you will be notified of the additional charges and be able to accept or reject them before your payment is processed. Or you can contact us ahead of time to find out the shipping charge to your country. Thanks.

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  • SEVEN STONES at the HILL of the WITCH: PHOTOGRAPHS by JEAN McMANN Fine Printing JUNGLE GARDEN PRESS 2005 by Jean McMann SEVEN STONES at the HILL of the WITCH: PHOTOGRAPHS by JEAN McMANN Fine Printing JUNGLE GARDEN PRESS 2005
    Jean McMann

    SEVEN STONES at the HILL of the WITCH: PHOTOGRAPHS by JEAN McMANN.

    FINE PRINTING. LIMITED EDITION of only 100 COPIES, each SIGNED and NUMBERED.

    Published by the JUNGLE GARDEN PRESS, Fairfax, California, 2005.

    Eleven finely printed, loose leaves in a handmade clamshell box. The leaves are:

    SEVEN FINELY PRINTED B&W PHOTOGRAPHS, each beautifully printed on its own leaf. The photographer, Jean McMann, SIGNED each photograph on the backside, and included handwritten information about the Stone or Cairn in each photo, the year the photo was taken, the limitation of the printing (in this case #41/100) and the date she signed the photo (2005). The photograph leaves have deckled edges.

    A Title Page.

    A Poem by Kimo Meyer, b.1859…

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    SEVEN STONES at the HILL of the WITCH: PHOTOGRAPHS by JEAN McMANN.

    FINE PRINTING. LIMITED EDITION of only 100 COPIES, each SIGNED and NUMBERED.

    Published by the JUNGLE GARDEN PRESS, Fairfax, California, 2005.

    Eleven finely printed, loose leaves in a handmade clamshell box. The leaves are:

    SEVEN FINELY PRINTED B&W PHOTOGRAPHS, each beautifully printed on its own leaf. The photographer, Jean McMann, SIGNED each photograph on the backside, and included handwritten information about the Stone or Cairn in each photo, the year the photo was taken, the limitation of the printing (in this case #41/100) and the date she signed the photo (2005). The photograph leaves have deckled edges.

    A Title Page.

    A Poem by Kimo Meyer, b.1859 d.1919, translated from the Gaelic.

    The photographer's statement of her multi-year photographic journey among the Loughcrew kerbstones and cairns.

    A Colophon / Limitation Page. The limitation page is hand numbered, signed and dated by Jean McMann.

    The clamshell box is covered with silk cloth, it measures 9.5x9.5 inches. The 11 leaves measure 9x9 inches.

    CONDITION: The 11 leaves and the clamshell box are all in FINE condition. Each photograph would look great mounted and or framed.

    From the Limitation Page:

    ******Archival pigment prints were printed on Somerset rag paper at Urban Digital Color, San Francisco. The printing is letterpress using Janson type on Somerset paper. It was done at the Jungle Garden Press, Fairfax, California. John DeMerritt, Emeryville, California, made the boxes for the edition. Of the edition of 100, this is copy number 41.******

    From the Photographer's Statement leaf:

    ******I photographed these kerbstones again and again from 1989 to 1992, lying behind my splayed tripod in the wet grass of Irish summer mornings. They stand on the rest of a hilly ridge now mostly called Loughcrew, about fifty miles southwest of Dublin in county Meath, Ireland. For centuries the place was known as Slieve na Callighe or Sliabh na Cailli (the Hill of the Witch or Hag). The stones are part of a Neolithic ceremonial center, a site of veneration and pilgrimage built sometime around 5,500 years ago to house and honor the dead. It also may have served as a tribute or means of connection to the sun, moon, stars, as well as to the earth and its seasons. Together with sacred architecture worldwide, the many stone monuments in ruins at Loughcrew speak to us of the purpose and meaning of human existence - our births and deaths, the deeds and events of our lives over time. Deep-rooted and comforting, these stones represent the power of human imagination and our connection to the cosmos.******

    About the Photographer, Jean McMann:

    ******Jean M. McMann graduated from the College of Environmental Design at the University of California, Berkeley with both a Master of Arts in Design in 1976 and a Ph.D. in Architecture in 1991. She taught courses in writing, photography, and cultural studies at her alma mater and at the San Francisco Art Institute. She authored Riddles of the Stone Age: Rock Carvings of Ancient Europe, and Altars and Icons: Sacred Spaces in Everyday Life. Ms. McMann lived in Mill Valley, California, with her husband, Doug Muir. Both were noted photographers. Jean McMann died in 2015 (her husband a year later).******

    As of this writing, after an extensive search on the Internet, I could only find one copy for sale, listed for $650.

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  • 1939 FORTUNE MAGAZINE Special NEW YORK CITY Issue with FOLDING MAP - Bound in Hardcovers 1939 FORTUNE MAGAZINE Special NEW YORK CITY Issue with FOLDING MAP - Bound in Hardcovers

    FORTUNE MAGAZINE, JULY 1939. The NEW YORK CITY issue.

    Published by Time, Inc. New York, July, 1939.

    Bound in special Publisher's Hardcovers with the FULL ISSUE bound in, including covers. The special binding consists of leather spine and corners with red cloth covered boards, gilt lining to the leather edges, top edge stained gilt, 11x14 inches. The issue is 244 pages.

    What makes this issue special, and worthy of the half leather binding, is it contains a comprehensive look at New York City as it was in the midst of the Great Depression. It is nicely illustrated with b&w photographs by some of the major depression era photographers, including Bernice Abbott. It also contains a section titled The Painter's…

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    FORTUNE MAGAZINE, JULY 1939. The NEW YORK CITY issue.

    Published by Time, Inc. New York, July, 1939.

    Bound in special Publisher's Hardcovers with the FULL ISSUE bound in, including covers. The special binding consists of leather spine and corners with red cloth covered boards, gilt lining to the leather edges, top edge stained gilt, 11x14 inches. The issue is 244 pages.

    What makes this issue special, and worthy of the half leather binding, is it contains a comprehensive look at New York City as it was in the midst of the Great Depression. It is nicely illustrated with b&w photographs by some of the major depression era photographers, including Bernice Abbott. It also contains a section titled The Painter's City that includes color reproductions of art by John Sloan, Reginald Marsh, George Bellows, Georgia O'Keefe, George Grosz and others.

    Laid in is a lovely FOLD OPEN COLOR MAP OF NEW YORK CITY including all its Boroughs. The map measures 22x27 inches unfolded. When folded, the backside of the map is the Table of Contents. It is laid in as page 65.

    GOOD MINUS condition. The covers' leather is peeling at the top and bottom of the spine, rubbed at the spine folds and cover edges,and places along the spine folds, otherwise the covers are solid and doing their job well. The bound in issue has creasing to its top front margin area, else the covers and pages are nice, tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. There is a very light ink stamp at the top of the title page side of the fold open map that has a number and a barely legible "University High School". There are NO other stamps elsewhere that I can find.

    A nice copy of the hard to find NEW YORK CITY issue in a special hardcover binding.

    INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: This book is heavy and will require substantial additional shipping charges. After placing your order you will be notified of the additional charges and be able to accept or reject them before your payment is processed. Or you can contact us ahead of time to find out the shipping charge to your country. Thanks.

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  • 1967-1969 Two MGM Movie Campaign Books Upcoming Films including Original announcement for 2001: A SPACE ODYSSE by Stanley Kubrick, et al 1967-1969 Two MGM Movie Campaign Books Upcoming Films including Original announcement for 2001: A SPACE ODYSSE
    Stanley Kubrick, et al

    Two MGM Film Campaign Books of Upcoming Motion Pictures. STANLEY KUBRICK'S film 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY is in both.

    (1) M-G-M LIONPOWER FOR 1967-68. Published for theatrical distributors and exhibitors. Highlights MGM films scheduled to be released during the upcoming 1967-68 film seasons. Guess what was released in April 1968? You guessed it! 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY. The film is promoted on two pages, the last page and the inside rear cover. Otherwise the campaign book shows the usual mix of films that came and went in 1967 and 1968, including Point Blank, The Fearless Vampire Killers, and the film I'm sure everyone went to see, Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter starring Herman's Hermits. 9x12 inches. 20 pages…

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    Two MGM Film Campaign Books of Upcoming Motion Pictures. STANLEY KUBRICK'S film 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY is in both.

    (1) M-G-M LIONPOWER FOR 1967-68. Published for theatrical distributors and exhibitors. Highlights MGM films scheduled to be released during the upcoming 1967-68 film seasons. Guess what was released in April 1968? You guessed it! 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY. The film is promoted on two pages, the last page and the inside rear cover. Otherwise the campaign book shows the usual mix of films that came and went in 1967 and 1968, including Point Blank, The Fearless Vampire Killers, and the film I'm sure everyone went to see, Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter starring Herman's Hermits. 9x12 inches. 20 pages including covers.

    (2) LIONPOWER 68/69 FROM MGM. Highlights MGM films scheduled to be released during the upcoming 1967-68 film seasons. The recently released 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY is featured on two pages, the inside front cover and the facing first page. Otherwise a mix of mostly forgettable films, led by Ice Station Zebra. 9x12 inches. 20 pages including covers.

    The TWO CAMPAIGN BOOKS are in FAIR condition, both have been stapled at the left margin near the spine edge (the staples have since been removed but the holes remain), scraped along their spine edge, and glued at the spine edge; the inner pages are a bit shaky but the binding is still holding; otherwise the pages themselves are in good condition, complete, bright, clean, clear and unmarked.

    BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE! I am also including a 1970s UA/MGM campaign book that includes an image of the poster issued for the 1971 re-release of 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY. Side stapled, 16 pages including covers, one page has a piece torn off from its upper front margin, otherwise clean and bright.

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  • 1930s PHOTO ALBUM Canada, Upper Midwest, Cold Places, Old Cars, Landscapes, Mines 1930s PHOTO ALBUM Canada, Upper Midwest, Cold Places, Old Cars, Landscapes, Mines

    Photo Album containing approximately 250 Snapshot Photos, from circa 1937. Three photos have the date 1937 printed in their white margin. And the cars in many of the photos are certainly from the 1930s.

    The photos range in size from1.5x2.5 inches to 3.5x4.5 inches, with most being the smaller 1.5x2.5 and 2.5x3.5 inch size.

    Perhaps the photo album is of a family trip across parts of Canada and the Upper Midwest. Most of the photos seem to be from Canadian locations, but some, including the first few album pages, are from places in the Northern Midwest. Perhaps these are photos from along their route. Included are photos of fishing in desolate spots, canoeing, lakesides, etc.

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    Photo Album containing approximately 250 Snapshot Photos, from circa 1937. Three photos have the date 1937 printed in their white margin. And the cars in many of the photos are certainly from the 1930s.

    The photos range in size from1.5x2.5 inches to 3.5x4.5 inches, with most being the smaller 1.5x2.5 and 2.5x3.5 inch size.

    Perhaps the photo album is of a family trip across parts of Canada and the Upper Midwest. Most of the photos seem to be from Canadian locations, but some, including the first few album pages, are from places in the Northern Midwest. Perhaps these are photos from along their route. Included are photos of fishing in desolate spots, canoeing, lakesides, etc.

    There are location names written beneath some of the photos, including: Fort Francis, Ontario; Duluth, Minnesota, Port Arthur; Fort William; Nipigon; Eagle River; Dryden; Schrieber; Rossport, Ontario; Kenora to Madson - Red Lake; and Center Island, Toronto.

    There are a few family photos. Two have family names written beneath them, one says "Ethel, May, and Lawrence Pfleger", the other says "Ethel & Mr. Lock".

    There are 12 photos of what looks like an abandoned mine. One album page has two small panoramic photos of the Sullivan Consolidated Mine. One consists of two photos glued together. It measures 2.25 x 6.5 inches. The other consists of 4 small photos glued together. It measures 1 x 5.5 inches. There is lots of snow in some of the photos. My favorite photo is of a dog sled going down a snow covered street.

    Old cars are in many of the photos.

    Lovely old leather covers, cord bound, black album pages, 7x10 inches. Photos glued on.

    Condition: These full leather covers are rubbed and worn, which actually gives them a nice, old leather look and feel; the covers and album pages are slightly bowed, bowing but not creasing the photos glued on the upper and lower sides of the album pages. The photos are bright and clear.

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  • 1977 20th Century Fox Movie Press Campaign Book of Upcoming Films EARLY STAR WARS PROMO 1977 20th Century Fox Movie Press Campaign Book of Upcoming Films EARLY STAR WARS PROMO

    20th CENTURY FOX FOR SEVENTY SEVEN.

    Original Campaign / Pressbook announcing UPCOMING FILMS to be released in 1977. Includes 19 upcoming films, each with its own page. What makes this campaign book quite historic is that though it includes STAR WARS as one of the upcoming films, it is the 8th film in the book, i.e. the expectations for this film were not high. The Star Wars promo page comes after Silver Streak, All This And World War II (huh?), Wizards, Rolling Thunder, Mr. Billion, The Other Side Of Midnight, and 3 Women.

    Softcover campaign book in a fold open printed paper folder. The book is side stapled, 10x14 inches (25x35 cm) oblong, 24 pages.

    Condition: VERY GOOD book, a…

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    20th CENTURY FOX FOR SEVENTY SEVEN.

    Original Campaign / Pressbook announcing UPCOMING FILMS to be released in 1977. Includes 19 upcoming films, each with its own page. What makes this campaign book quite historic is that though it includes STAR WARS as one of the upcoming films, it is the 8th film in the book, i.e. the expectations for this film were not high. The Star Wars promo page comes after Silver Streak, All This And World War II (huh?), Wizards, Rolling Thunder, Mr. Billion, The Other Side Of Midnight, and 3 Women.

    Softcover campaign book in a fold open printed paper folder. The book is side stapled, 10x14 inches (25x35 cm) oblong, 24 pages.

    Condition: VERY GOOD book, a light crease to the spine, four small pokes to the rear cover (as if from a closed pen, overall just gently used and still tight, bright, clean and unmarked; in a GOOD folding folder that has scrapes and creases to its edges, and bent and worn corners, but is still bright, solid and doing it job well.

    An interesting look at STAR WARS before it became a mega hit.

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