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Binding: Hard Cover
Condition: Very Good
Jacket: Very Good


Price:
$15.00

Port, Weimar
CHICAGO THE PAGAN
Chicago: Judy Publishing Co., 1953

First edition. Octavo. 175 pp; b/w photos & drawings by the author; index to illustrations; subject index. Cloth with black-stamped lettering on cover & spine, map endpapers, in dustjacket. VG/VG, no ownership marks, jacket lightly soiled, minor chipping at head of spine. Pseudonym of Will Judy (1891-1973), non-fiction writer, publisher, diarist, poet, and dog lover. The author depicts Chicago as"'a pagan woman with a come hither look."
Inventory number #000478



Binding: Hard Cover
Condition: Fine
Jacket: Fine


Price:
$15.00

Friedman, Mildred & Glenn M. Andres
HHPA: Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates: Buildings and Projects 1992-1998
NY: Rizzoli, 1999

First edition. Quarto. 224 pp; profusely illustrated in color & b/w photographs. Cloth with dustjacket. Fine/Fine, a crisp, unmarked copy; jacket in protective mylar cover. HHPA is especially renowned for its theater and performing arts complexes. This book features the presentation of 50 projects (interiors and exteriors), plus works in progress and planning projects. They include: Windows on the World restaurant at the World Trade Center and Bryant Park in New York City; Cleveland Library, Hawaii Theatre Center in Honolulu; the comprehensive development plan for Warner Bros. Hollywood Studios; and the Los Angeles Public Library, Central Library, built in 1926 by Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue.
Inventory number #000351



Binding: Hard Cover
Condition: Fine
Jacket: Fine


Price:
$25.00

Trocme, Suzanne
RETRO HOME
NY: Rizzoli, 2001

First edition. Octavo. 143 pp; profusely illustrated in color; directory; index. Cloth with dustjacket. Fine/Near Fine, a clean, unmarked copy; no wear to jacket. A nostalgic look at 20th-century house style decade by decade from 1910 to 1990. Each chapter features a guide to the trends of the times, followed by advice on re-creating the look. In addition, the book offers a glimpse into the homes of people whose authentic interiors reflect that era today.
Inventory number #000350



Binding: Hard Cover
Condition: Very Good
Jacket: Very Good


Price:
$15.00

Parsons, Denys
MANY A TRUE WORD
London: Macdonald, 1958

First edition. Twelvemo. 54 pp; drawings by Anton. Gray cloth with red spine lettering in dj. VG/VG-, light wear to dj spine, dj not price-clipped. The fifth in a series of books of "misprints and howlers" as they appeared in newspapers and magazines
Inventory number #000293



Binding: Hard Cover
Condition: Near Fine
Jacket: Near Fine


Price:
$15.00

Kerr, Jean
THE SNAKE HAS ALL THE LINES
Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1960

First edition (stated). Octavo. 168 pp; drawings by Whitney Darrow, Jr. Cloth with dustjacket. Near Fine/Near Fine, a clean, unmarked copy; unclipped jacket has a bit of edge toning on back cover, minimal wear to spine ends and corners
Inventory number #000156



Binding: Hard Cover
Condition: Very Good
Jacket: Very Good


Price:
$25.00

Lewis, Roy Harley
ANTIQUARIAN BOOKS: An Insider's Account
NY: Arco Publishing Company, Inc., 1978

First edition. Octavo. 200 pp; bibliography; index. Cloth with dj. VG/VG.
Inventory number #000108



Binding: Hard Cover
Condition: Very Good
Jacket: Very Good


Price:
$17.50

Root, Waverley
THE PARIS EDITION: The Autobiography of Waverley Root 1927-1934
San Francisco: North Point Press, 1987

First edition. Octavo. xvi, 208 pp. Cloth with dj. VG/VG.
Inventory number #000091



Binding: Hard Cover
Condition: Near Fine
Jacket: Near Fine


Price:
$15.00

Seebohm, Caroline
NO REGRETS: The Life of Marietta Tree
NY: Simon & Schuster, 1997

First edition. Octavo. 447 pp; numerous b/w photographs; source notes; index. Cloth with dustjacket. Near Fine/Near Fine. Marietta Tree (1917-1991) was both political activist and society doyenne. She was among the last of a small, select group of women (which included Pamela Harriman and Slim Keith) who helped define the new standards of American womanhood.
Inventory number #000079



Binding: Hard Cover
Condition: Very Good
Jacket: Very Good


Price:
$25.00

Macleod, Dawn
DOWN-TO-EARTH WOMEN: Those Who Care for the Soil
Edinburgh: William Blackwood, 1982

First edition. Octavo. xx, 186 pp; numerous b/w illustrations; book list; index. Green cloth with gilt-lettered spine in dustjacket. VG/VG. Well-known gardeners - Gertrude Jekyll, V. Sackville-West, Margery Fish are included, as well as others lesser known - Caroline Hamilton, Theresa Earle, Ellen Willmott, Dorothy Hewer, Margaret Brownlow, Mairi Sawyer, Phyllis Reiss, Elsie Matley Moore, Cecily Mure, Enid Money, and Betty Prentice.
Inventory number #000026