Nürnberg: Verlegung des auxtoris Gedruckt bey Johann Ernst Adelbuler, 1731. Folio; G; bound in faded red cloth, faded titling to front cover; moderate wear, including fraying to corners, spine largely detached, remnants of cloth ties to boards; With title page, 42 pages of text in German, 14 maps of the celestial sphere, 77 terrestrial maps; all celestial and 73 terrestrial maps hand-colored contemporaneously; lacking allegorical frontispiece engraved by Casper Luyken and the portrait of Charles VI in black and white; the backs of the majority of maps with a child's drawings, majority in pencil, some crayon, circa 1880, very sparse pencil to the maps themselves; some scattered repair; title page missing the lower fore corner, does not impact text; With a fully global collection of maps, including the constellations, both the Copernican and Tychonic models of the orbits, maps of both hemispheres, Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Maps of North America do include the names of some Native American Tribes. Interestingly, the maps are inconsistent as to whether California is an island. The title vignette is a map of the world as seen from above the north pole, includes California as an island. All maps with emblematic cartouches and ornamented with engravings.; consignment; shelved map case.
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1968-1974, 1980. Three large bound volumes containing a variety of 1960's counterculture newspapers. Thee are a total of 113 Issues. Volume 1 contains Issues of the Berkeley Barbs, starting at Vol. 6, No. 7, Issue 131, February 16-22, 1968 and running through Vol. 8, No. 7, Issue 183, February 14-21, 1969. It contains Issues 131-146, 149, 150, 152-159, 161, 162, 164-170, 172-176, 178-183, with 174 misnumbered as 173 and 178 done twice, being a total of 48 Issues. Volume 2 contains Issues of the Berkeley Barbs, starting at Vol. 8, No. 8, Issue 184, February 21-27 1969 and running through Vol. 10, No. 1, Issue 230, January 9-15, 1970. It contains Issues 184-204, Berkeley Tribe #2, 205-214, 216-221, 223, 225, 227-230, being a total of 43 issues of the Berkeley Barbs plus 1 issue of the Berkeley Tribe. This volume includes the special Barb on Strike issue, after which the staff launched their own rival newspaper, the Berkeley Tribe. Volume 3 contains a variety of issues from various magazines and newspapers, including: Rolling Stone, issue 120, October 1972, Berkeley Barb Vol. 15 No. 8 Issue 367, August 25-31 1972, National Enquirer Vol. 46 No. 20. January 16 1972, Rolling Stone Issue 82, May 13 1971, Rolling Stone Issue 80, April 15, 1971, Rolling Stone Issue 76, February 18 1974, Los Angeles Free Press, Issue 333, December 4 1970, The Organ, Vol. 1 Issue 2, September 1984, Tribe, Vol. 3 No. 11, Issue 63, September 18-25 1970, Earthtimes No. 2, May 1970, Earthtimes No. 1, April 1970, Rolling Stone No. 53, March 7, 1970, Los Angeles Free Press, Vol. 5 No. 46, Issue 226, November 15-21, 1968, Los Angeles Free Press Vol. 5 No. 29, Issue 209, July 19-25, 1968, Los Angeles Free Press, Vol. 5 No. 19, Issue 199, May 10-16 1968, Los Angeles Free Press Vol. 5 No. 16 Issue 196, April 19, 1968, San Fransisco Express Cities, Vol. 1 No. 12, April 11 1968, The Bay Guardian, Vol. 2 No. 9, April 5 1968, Los Angeles Free Press, Vol. 5 No. 9, May 1-7 1968, The Bay Guardian, Vol. 2 No. 8, February 28, 1968, Los Angeles Free Press Vol. 5 No. 7, Issue 187, February 16-22, 1968, The Bay Guardian, Vol. 2 No. 6, February 7, 1968 being a total of 22 Issues.
Philadelphia: S. Augustus Mitchell, 1871. Folio, unpaginated; VG-; newly rebacked with brown cloth, majority of original front board cloth preserved, including gilt titling; spine with black label, gilt titling; water-damage to upper half of the volume, more pronounced on the first 5 pages, impacts mags, but does not affect coloring; With 67 hand-colored maps (plus insets) on 56 mapsheets (including 9 double-page), plus time table page, reference table, and appendices; shelved above case 3.
Washington: Thomas H. Ford, 1860. First Edition. Tall quarto; 358, (41) pp. Rebound in modern cloth, with leather spine and leather spine label. With 70 color plates; lacking two of the three folding maps at rear; the third is present but has a longitudinal tear halfway through the middle. Foxing to interior and many of the plates. Good copy only; Shelved in Case # 4.
San Francisco: Simon J. Lubin Society of California, Inc., 1938. First Edition, First Issue. Octavo., 34pp.; VG; pamphlet, wrappers; inside front cover has a glue-stain where it appears as though something was removed; small booksellers sticker to the upper fore corner of the inside rear cover; with the famous front cover photo by Dorthea Lange of the migrant mother breast feeding her child; precursor to Steineck's The Grapes of Wrath; KT consignment; shelved case 2.
San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 1931. first limited edition (300 copies). Tall folio in beige hardcovers with leatherette five-band embossed spine and gold letters; VG; minimal shelf wear on spine; slightly open gutter in front; printed on thick parchment paper with deckle edges; contains folded engraved, colored maps throughout; list of members of the Illinois Company who left in 1849; pp. 272; shelved above case # 2; please contact us for shipping costs.
New York: Sheldon and Company, 1874. First Edition. Octavo, 256 pages; G-; bound in publisher's brown cloth, gilt and black tooling; mild rubbing and wear to boards, corners bumped; front gutter shaken and loosening; multiple old newspaper clippings pasted to endpapers, also pasted to rear of one plate, some offsetting from clippings present; one endpaper loose, but present; with portrait frontispiece; shelved case 1.
Austin: The Alcalde Press, 1964. First Edition. Octavo, 80 pages; VG/VG; spine beige with black titling; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering, price uncut '$3.00,' mild toning to spine, very light wear; Inscribed by Lyndon Baines Johnson on the half-title: “To Molly - With love and gratitude Lyndon B. Johnson June 9, 1965”; slight smudging from the ink at the 'n' of 'Johnson' and the '5' of '1965'; EF consignment; shelved case 5.
Washington: Government Printing Office, 1905. Octavo; VG; bound in three quarter dark blue calf, paneled spine, gilt titling and tooling, marbled endpapers; mild wear and rubbing; top edge gilt; A Collection of speeches, reports, and the Bill regarding admitting the Oklahoma, Arizona, New Mexico, and Indian Territories to the Union in one binding. From the collection of Albert J. Beveridge, chair of the Senate Committee on Territories. Mounted clipped signature of Beveridge loose within. Contains the following: Washington: 1905. Speech of Hon. Albert J. Beveridge, of Indiana, Closing the Debate on the Statehood Bill, in the Senate of the United States, February 6, 1905 (47 pages); Washington: 1905. Statehood Bill - Speech of Hon. William B. Bate, of Tennessee, in the Senate of the United States, Friday, January 20, and Monday, January 23, 1905. (39 pages) Washington: 1905. The Autonomy of Arizona Guaranteed Forever - Speech of Hon. Thomas R. Bard, of California, in the Senate of the United States, Friday, January 6, 1905 (27 pages); Washington: 1903. Statehood Bill - Speech of Hon. Thomas R. Bard, of California, in the Senate of the United States, January 29 and February 2, 1903 (26 pages); Washington: 1903. Omnibus Statehood Bill - Speech of Hon. William P. Dillingham, of Vermont, in the Senate of the United States, Monday and Tuesday, December 15 and 16, 1902 (47 pages); Washington: 1903. Statehood Bill - Speech of Hon. Chauncey M. Depew of New York, in the Senate of the United States, February 11, 12, 13, and 17, 1903 (64 pages); Washington: 1905. Statehood Bill - Speech of Hon. Joseph B. Foraker of Ohio, in the Senate of the United States, February 6 and 7, 1905 (24 pages); Washington: 1903. Statehood Bill - Speech of Hon. Joseph B. Foraker of Ohio, in the Senate of the United States, Thursday and Monday, January 15 and 19, 1903 (59 pages); Washington: 1905. Speech of Hon. Jacob H. Gallinger of New Hampshire, in the Senate of the United States, Friday, January 27, 1905 (39 pages); Washington: 1903. Statehood Bill - Speech of Hon. John Kean of New Jersey, in the Senate of the United States, February 4, 6, 7, and 9, 1903 (36 pages); Washington: 1905. Immediate Admission of Oklahoma and Indian Territory as a State - Speech of Hon. Chester I. Long of Kansas, in the Senate of the United States, February 4, 1905 (24 pages); Calendar No., 2109 Senate 57th Congress, 2nd Session, Report No. 2206. Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 New Statehood Bill.; House of Representatives 57th Congress, 1st Session, Report No. 1309. Admission of Certain Territories.; House of Representatives 57th Congress, 2d Session, Report No. 2335. Statehood for the Territories.; Washington: 1903. Senate 57th Congress, 2nd Session, Document No. 36. New Statehood Bill - Hearings before the subcommittee of the Committee on Territories [Nov. 12-24, 1902] on House bill 12543, to enable the people of Oklahoma, Arizona, and New Mexico, to form constitutions and state governments and be admitted into the Union on an equal footing with the original states. December 10, 1902.--Submitted by Mr. Beveridge and ordered to be printed. (394 pages, with two maps.); shelved case 1.
Washington: Wendell and Van Benthuysen, Printers, 1848. First Edition, House of Representatives issue. Octavo, 11, 614 pages; rebacked with contemporary calf boards preserved, new spine with label preserved, burgundy morocco with gilt lettering; moderate rubbing to boards; mild foxig throughout; First edition, House of Representatives issues of the report, containing the reports of Lieutenant Abert, Colonel Cooke, and Captain Johnson as well as that of Emory; the Senate issue only contained the Emory report; with both folding maps; profusely illustrated; shelved case 1.
San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 1964. first limited edition (400 copies). Tall folio in 3/4 orange and yellow hardcovers with beige cloth spine and brown letters; VG; printed on thick parchment paper with deckle edges; contains 37 plates with folded colored maps on rice paper; in good condition; shelved in Case # 11; please contact us for shipping costs.
Dayton, O[hio]. B. F. Ells, 1840. New Edition. Octavo, 240 pages; G+; bound in period brown calf boards, newly rebacked in matching brown calf, ox-blood label with gilt lettering; moderate rubbing to boards; with frontispiece portraits of Lewis and Clarke, illustrated with 14 woodcut illustrations; entire printing somewhat light; mild foxing and age-toning to pages; small ownership stamp on rear endpaper; shelved case 1.
The Book Club of California, 1950. first limited edition (375 copies). small folio in black and red hardcovers with red leatherette spine and gold letters; VG; printed on thick parchment paper with deckle edges; contains historical accounts of the exploration; 29 maps of the San Francisco Bay, and 9 maps of the Town of San Francisco, including larger folded maps; in good condition; pp. 140; shelved in Case # 11; please contact us for shipping costs.
London: George Virtue, 1840. First Edition. Quartos, 2 volumes; VG-; bound in three quarter green leather, purple cloth boards, paneled spines with ox-blood labels and gilt titling; some rubbing and wear to binding, including bumping to corners, scraping to leather; with 119/120 plates, lacking the map; very mild foxing to some plates, as usual; edges of text block marbled; shelved above front case.
New York: A. Roman and Company, 1870. First Edition. 8vo., 292 pages,  ads; VG; bound in green cloth, gilt lettering to front cover and spine; beveled edges; mild wear to boards, including some small staining to front hinge, chipping to head and tail of spine; frontispiece with tissue-guard; gift inscription on second front endpaper; published six years after President Abraham Lincoln's signed the Yosemite Grant in 1864, and two decades before the land became Yosemite National Park, on October 1, 1890; shelved case 1.
Bowman County, North Dakota: Rural Area Development Committee, 1965. Octavo; pp 488; VG/no-DJ; light brown spine with dark brown text; cloth has light wear to exterior, panel are clean and intact; text block has light ivory toning to exterior edges, previous owner's book plates to front pastedown, interior clean with secure and tight binding; very good condition.
Fort Collins, CO: The Old Army Press, 1974. First Edition. Small Quarto; pp 168; G+/no-DJ; sunned blue spine with gilt text; cloth has slight sunning toward exterior edges; 1/4 bound blue spine with ivory boards; slight wear to edges; small gilt illustrated crossed swords to front; minor splaying to boards; text block shows light wear to exterior edges; interior clean; illustrated; intact binding; frontispiece; inscribed by authors to ffep.
Quarto; VG-/no-DJ; Red spine with gilt text; 6 volumes: 1-TV Underwater: Silver Springs, Florida, April 15, 1956; 2-Barnhart Dam: U.S.-Canada Border, June 3, 1956; 3-Western Plains: Laramie, WY, Sept. 16, 1956; 4-Guided Missiles: White Sands, NM, March 3, 1957; 5- The Immigration Patrol Story on the California-Mexico Border, April 28, 1957; & 6-Marine Assault: Quantico, VA, May 12, 1957; Cloths have slightly sunned spines with minor scratches and rubbing as well as slight white smudges on exterior of panels and lightly rubbed edges and corners but otherwise panels are strong and intact; Text blocks have darkened somewhat on exterior edges due to age with light foxing on some first pages however bindings are tight with fully bound pages.
New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1849. Fourth edition. Small octavo; good/none; blue cloth spine with gilt title; blind stamped decorations on spine and boards; ex libris, name label and stamp; shelf wear and bumping; text block clean; foxing; 480 pp.; binding shaken; spine, sunned; chipping and wear; boards, spot discoloration; else good.
San Antonio: The Naylor Company, 1958. 10mo; pp 74; G/G-; pinkish beige pictorial spine with black text; dust jacket has some chips to corners; few small spots to exterior; some rubbing wear to exterior; mylar wraps; cloth has only slight wear to exterior; minor wear to corners and spine edges; strong boards; text block has slight tone to exterior edges; interior clean; illustrated; rubber stamped author's signature to ffep;.
San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 1955. first limited edition (400 copies). Tall folio in grey cloth hardcovers with burgundy leatherette spine and gold letters; VG; printed on thick parchment paper; offsetting on gutter of end pages (found on most copies); contains 11 plates colored plates; in good condition; pp. 67; shelved in Front Table; please contact us for shipping costs.
Runnemede, NJ: Fran Striker, Jr., 1983. First Edition. Octavo, 143 pages, VG/VG; paperback, golden yellow covers, no lettering to spine, black lettering to front and back covers: mild overall wear to covers; light age-toning/wear to text-block; interior clean, replete with black-and-white graphics; INSCRIBED by Striker, Jr. to title page; label with publisher's information to verso of page 143; shelved Case 13.
Runnemede, NJ: Quest Word, 1993. Limited Commemorative Edition [#27/250]. Octavo, 353 pages, VG/VG; black faux-leather paper boards, bright gold lettering and illustration: minimal wear to boards; very mild wear to clean text-block; interior clean; SIGNED by Fran Striker Jr. beneath limitation label with a facsimile signature of his father, Fran Striker, to front pastedown, No. 27 of 250 numbered commemorative copies; INSCRIBED by Fran Striker, Jr. to ffep; contains "Thank You" card inscribed by "Fran" [Striker, Jr.] with a Certificate of Authenticity also signed by Fran Striker, Jr.; card and COA housed in white envelope to front endpapers; shelved Case 13.
New York: E.P. Dutton & Company, Inc., 1956. 141/375. Octavo; pp 363; G+; 1/2 bound brown spine with gilt text; first edition; limited, signed, numbered copies; this 141 of 375; no jacket; brown/black patterned slipcase; paper label to case at front panel; minor rubbing to corners; book exterior shows slight foxing to panels; minor wear to spine; strong boards; text block clean shows light tone to exterior edges; top edge gilt; pictorial endpapers; frontispiece; interior clean; illustrated; signed by author.
New York: William Morrow and Company, 1961. Octavo; G+/G; Hardcover with DJ; Spine, green, illustrated, with white and yellow print; DJ in mylar, edgewear, tears to spine ends, slight shelfwear, price-clipped; Boards in green cloth with gold print on a black ground and red print, mild wear to corners and spine caps, creasing to front, slight vertical stain to front and rear; Text block clean and tight; Signed in ink by the author on the half-title page; 240 pages, frontispiece (color), illustrated (b&w).
El Paso: Rahtbooks Company, 1919. Octavo; 381 pages; G-; Blue cloth spine with Gold text; Protected by mylar cover, boards shaken, fraying along spine edges, rubbing along edges and at corners, sunning to spine; Textblock has age toning, partial splitting along hinge between front endpaper and pastedown, split hinge between rear endpaper and pastedown, partial separation of frontispiece, split hinge between frontispiece and title page, writing in pencil on rear endpaper; Shelved US-West.
Cincinnati: Henry Howe, 1851. Octavo; Vol. I - II in single binding; G-; Hardcover; Spine, brown with gold print on black banner; Boards in brown leather, wear to spine caps, fraying to corners, scuffing, scratches, and light stains to boards; Text block has marbled endpapers, bookplate on front pastedown, cracked front hinge with otherwise tight binding, large moisture stain to spine edge of endpapers as well as initial and final pages, foxing throughout; paged vi, 33-440, color frontispiece to each volume, illustrated (b&w engravings).
West Chester, PA: Schiffer Publishing Ltd, 1986. First edition. Quarto; pp 199; VG/VG; dark red spine with white text; dust jacket is clean, minor wear to edges; cloth is clean, minor rubbing to edges; text block shows light toning to exterior edges; interior clean; inscribed by Margaret Tafoya and authors; arts - American;.
Dallas: Southwest Railroad Historical Society, Inc., 1983. Reprinted. Large Oblong Octavo; pp 476; G/G-; red spine with yellow text; dust jacket has minor chipping to edges; light sunning to exterior; moderate rubbing to exterior; cloth has slight shelf wear to exterior; slightly splayed boards; text block shows slight wear to exterior edges; pictorial endpapers; profusely illustrated with black and white photographs.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1946. Large octavo; VG/VG; tan spine with black text; jacket has protective mylar cover, rubbing, age toning, staining, price clipped on both flaps; boards are strong, some rubbing; textblock has age toning, gift inscription on verso of copyright page, otherwise clean; pp 431.
San Francisco: The Grahorn Press, 1948 . Limited Edition Reprint [1 of 300]. Folio, 44 pp., VG-; quarter-bound, tan title label with black lettering affixed to red cloth spine, blue/green/yellow pictorial paper boards; mild fading/chipping/tearing with slight material loss to title label affixed towards head of spine (black lettering legible); rubbing to edges and covers of boards; beveled fore-edge, text-block clean; bumping to corners, slight material loss to bottom corner of front board; very mild residue to gutters of endpapers; very mild square of aged paste staining to front paste-down (likely from bookplate); first appeared as a story in THE LUCK OF ROARING CAMP AND OTHER SKETCHES, "reprinted in an edition of three hundred copies" stated to limitation/copyright page; Shelved in Netdesk office, on bookshelf above the Ephemera sections.
College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 1982. Tall quarto, 183pp. Hardcover with dust jacket in VG/VG condition. Bumping and shelf-wear. Dust jacket is bright and clean, encased in a protective mylar covering. No markings or creases to the text. Binding is sturdy. Inscribed by the author on the front free end page. Shelve: AMERICAN WEST Spine is mustard yellow with white text.
New York: Hastings House, 1940. Octavo; G-/VG; Hardcover with DJ; DJ spine, yellow with yellow and green print; DJ has tears at spine ends and flap corners, tears to spine (taped), smudging, soiling, shelfwear; Boards in blue cloth with blue print, wear to corners and spine caps, peripheral tanning/fading; Text block has ink inscription on front flyleaf, tanning/foxing to endpapers, text is clean and tight; "Compiled by Workers of the Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration in Northern California" ... "Sponsored by the City and County of San Francisco"-- title page; xvii, 531 pages, illustrated (b&w plates).
St. Paul: Northern News Co., ca. 1890. Octavo (oblong); G/no DJ; Hardcover w/out DJ; Spine, black without print; Boards in blue cloth with gold print, wear to all edges, heavy wear to outside corners with small spine tears, some spotting, rear cover is stained and chipped; Textblock is a leporello (concertina binding), mild wear to edges, but images are clean and bright; 24 pages of illustrations.
San Francisco: California Historical Society, 1959. First Edition. Thin Octavo; Good; pp 96; light tan spine with gilt text; no jacket; cloth has slight smudges to exterior; mild wear to corners; strong boards; text block exterior edges show mild tone; ex-library stamp to ffep; minor defect to rear hinge; interior clean; illustrated.
St. Helena, CA: Napa Valley Vintners, 2013. First Edition. Oblong quarto; unpaginated; VG-/VG-; black spine with white and yellow text; dust jacket has light wear to exterior; minor wear to edges; cloth has slight wear to exterior; strong boards; text block shows slight wear to exterior edges; interior clean; frontispiece; profusely illustrated; additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders.
Stanford: Academic Reprints, 1954. Octavo; 2 volumes; G/Fair; Hardcover with DJ; DJ spine, brown with white and black print; DJs for both vols. have tears at spine ends and flap corners, edgewear with small tears, peripheral toning, mild shelfwear, v. 1 has small stains on spine and rear and penciled numbers on front; Boards in purple cloth with gold print, both vols. have light wear to corners and spine caps, slight stain to front bottom edge, vol. 1 has fraying to spine tail; Text blocks clean and tight; "A History of the American Fur Trade of the Far West"-- cover title; 2 vols., xl, 1029 pages, frontispiece, folded map tipped in at vol. 1 front pastedown, illustrated (b&w).
Reuel Leslie Olson, 1926. Octavo; First edition, second printing; G+/no DJ; Hardcover w/out DJ; Spine, blue with gold print; Boards in blue cloth with gold print, mild wear to spine caps, slight shelfwear; Text block clean and tight; “Thesis Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy", Harvard University, June, 1926”; xxiv, 527 pages, illustrated.
Portland: Binfords & Mort, 1940. Octavo; G/G-; Hardcover with DJ; DJ spine, blue with white print; DJ in mylar, tears at spine ends and flap corners, edgewear, stains to front and rear, shelfwear; Boards in blue cloth with gold print, mild wear to corners and spine caps, else clean and strong; Text block has mild water stain to lower corner through page 96, else clean and tight; “Compiled by Workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Oregon” … “Sponsored by the Oregon State Board of Control”— title page; xxxii, 549 pages, illustrated (b&w plates) + folded color state map in pocket at rear pastedown.