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New York: Bantam Spectra Books, 1988. first printing. 16mo; VG-/no-DJ paperback; Black spine w/ red & gray text; Covers is lightly sunned; some wear along edges & at corners; Text block has lightly age toned exterior edges; inside covers have browned slightly due to age; clean pages; good, tight binding; pp 158. Inscribed. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera Box J.
Wiesbaden: Verlag von J. F. Bergmann, 1914. 1914 Reprint of 1903 issue. Octavo; good/wraps; blue spine with no text; black text on front panel; ex libris, inscribed, front panel; shelf wear and bumping; text block, clean; 1-62 pp.; illus., Mendel, Galton, tables and text figures;wraps, sunned; foxing; spine, split start, chipping at head edge; else very good; ---TEXT IN GERMAN. [in plastic baggie] shelve box A in Netdesk office.
New York: Corell Press; Press of the Classical School Associated, 1895. Limited/500. 16mo; vg+/wraps; tan spine with no text; brown text on front panel; minor shelf wear and bumping; text block, clean; 47 pp.; decorative engraved text figures and enlarged capitals; spine, sunned; chipping tail-edge; front joint, split start; else very good; ---LIMITATION, 500 copies, no plates made and text type distributed; ---Lawton: American author and educator; graduated from Harvard in 1873, studied at Berlin, 1882-83; member of the Assos expedition; professor of Greek language and literature, 1895-1907, Adelphi College, Brooklyn; owner and principal of the School of the Lackawanna at Scranton for your years; literary work and lecturing; classical editor and contributor to Warner's Library of the World's Best Literature; wrote histories of Greek and Latin literature. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera box B.
New York: Grove Press, 1971. First Series; Octavo; G+/no-DJ paperback; Teal spine with white and green text. Covers have wear, tears along edges and spine, sticker residue and foxing on rear, apart from that, binding strong; Textblock has foxing and wear on edges, age toned, foxing on paste downs and end papers, otherwise, clean, free of underlining/highlighting; pp 811. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera box F.
West Lafayette, IN: Felix and Selma Stefanile, Publishers, 1966. Vagrom Chap Book No. 10. Small Pamphlet; 43 pp; VG-/paperback; yellow covers with black text; covers have slight browning to spine, minor wear otherwise to exterior; text block shows slight toning to edges, intact pages; interior clean; signed by author; Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera Box J.
Munchen: Ludendorffs Verlag, 1935. 11-15 Tausend [10, 11, und 12 Heft der 2. Schriftenreihe]. Octavo; vg/wraps; white spine with no text; red text on blue illustrated yellow front panel; minor shelf wear and bumping; text block, clean; 48 pp; age-toning; else very good; ---TEXT IN GERMAN SCRIPT. shelve in Box A in Netdesk office.
Bourne, Massachusetts: Bourne Historical Society, 1953. US Printing. thin 8vo. VG-/ - no DJ. stapled bound medium blue wraps, with centered black titling upon cover front. gentle fading to spine area and lightly frames the outer edges, gently thumbed. some small patches of faint foxing, but textblock is highlighted by maps, photos and more as figures, numbered to approx. 20 in all. prior owner name in ink on upper right of title page. 30 pp. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera box B.
New York, NY: Classics Illustrated, 1951. First Edition - No. 80. Quarto; VG-/no-DJ paperback; Saddle stitched comic binding, no text; Covers clean, faded with age, with general shelfwear and edgewear, crease at front cover tail corner, light chipping at top corner, creases along spine, tanning along back cover; Textblock darkened and faded with age, musty odor, some pages loose, all edges show signs of wear; pp N/A. Fragile, Several Pages Loose.
Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1907. 1907 Stereotyped Edition. Octavo; Fair/no-DJ; Dark green spine with gold text; Boards age-worn, strong, generally clean with shelfwear and edgewear, rubbing and fraying at corners and both ends of spine; Textblock darkened with age, musty odor, annotated with marginalia and considerable notes made by previous owner on front and back pastedowns and free-end papers, name of previous owner, inscribed on front free-end paper, blacked out marker, boards partially sprung at front end of textblock, webbing exposed, first two pages of textblock have torn top corner pages, first two signatures loose, partially detached, spine cracked, following hinges loose, spine cracked again; pp 192+. Shelve Ephemera Box G.
Annapolis, MD: Leeward Publications, Inc., 1975. US Printing. oblong Qto. VG/ - no DJ. lightly toned thin ivory wraps spine, stapled binding, no characters. color images large and centered between black titling on cover, color graphic on rear. text filled with b/w and color images, photos with details. a clean, unmarked interior, kept under clear protective cover. 36 pp. ISBN# 0915268051. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera box F.
Arlington: Carrollton, 1974. First Edition. Quarto; VG/no-DJ paperback; yellow staple-bound booklet; cover has very slight shelfwear; textblock is clean, comes with separate letter from publisher; pp 4; first facsimile reproduction of Lovecraft's 1936 typescript; limited edition - number 515 of 2000 copies.
Santa Barbara: Capra Press, 1973. Small Booklet [5x7]; pp 45; Good/paperback; beige spine with black text; number eleven, Yes! Capra Chapbook Series; covers show some toning toward edges; intact panels; text block has light shelf wear to exterior edges; interior clean; NOTE: Shelved in 15's ephemera box 5, in Netdesk office.
London, Edinburgh and New York: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1899. Small octavo; good/no dust jacket; patterned green spine with fading yellow text; boards, moderate shelf wear; chipping along the spine and at the corners; endpapers, browned; text block, clean; lightly toned; frontispiece photo of The Honourable Walter Stuart, Master of Blantyre; 97pp. INSCRIBED August 26th 1899 by author on front free endpaper. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera box E.
USA: Pure Oil Company, March 1936. US Printing. small 8vo. VG/ - no DJ. gently lightened blue spine, no text and lightly worn between two original blue panels, the front filled with titles in silver around a large silver illustration. pale blue fep/ffep with toning from age and binding secure for this light volume. perused, all sheets neatly cornered sheets, intact form, but with superficial wear, a stain or scratch to rear board. small illustrations highlight the short textblock chapters. 64 pp. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera box G.
New York: John Lane Company, 1910. Series. 16mo; good/none; gray spine with no text; front with black text and plate; minor shelf wear and bumping; text block, clean; unpaginated, 22 pp.; printed one-side; 4 plates, one with color; light general toning; spine sunned; boards, toning and staining; else very good. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera box B.
St Louis: The Senior Class of 1907, 1907. 8vo; G+/ no dust jacket;green spine with gold text; spine is extremely scarred and torn at both head and tail; boards are extremely stained and scarred but strong; text block is extremely age-toned but legible; 291p. Please see photos for additional details. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera Box J.
Iowa City: A Prairie Press Publication. Octavo; Second Printing; VG; Paperback; Stapled orange spine; Cover tan paper with black print, spine staples rusting, spine faded; Textblock clean and tight; includes printing of "The Dandy Frightening the Squatter"; 20 pages. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera Box J.
Baltimore: Privately Printed, 1960. Octavo; VG+/no-DJ; In greenish-blue wraps with green text inside light blue background. No text on stapled spine. Spine shows very light shelf wear and slightly age-toned. Very light shelf wear to corners; wraps and interior are clean and unmarked. 20pp. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera box C.
Reprinted from 'The Psychoanalytic Review', Vol. XVI, No. 2, April, 1927. Pages 238-245 of referenced periodical bound in a saddle-stitched cover and rebound, with tape, onto a sturdy, brown paperboard cover; the pages and interior covers are lightly bent; text is clean, but toning lightly; text is in English, with some German. No date given for the rebind. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera box E.
Ann Arbor, Michigan: Roger Jackson, Publisher, 1993. US Printing. 8vo. VG-/ - no DJ. light brown paper wraps, stapled binding, lightly read and very slim in size. b/w frontispiece faces title page. very clean copy, skimmed and neatly cornered. 17 pp. in length with some unpaginated rear sheets. Shelved in Netdesk office, ephemera box D.
Birmingham, England: Mitchells & Butlers Ltd., 1929. Reprint; Large Quarto; G+/no-DJ; Spine is dark burgundy leather, edge worn, material loss to crown of spine, blind stamped block letter title; Boards are dark leather, edge worn, bumping to corners, green discoloration due to age in areas, back paste down has a large mark, boards are beginning to separate from text block; Text block is age toned, many of the tipped in photos are creased at corners, and partly detaching from pages, general signs of handling, content is clear, binding is intact but sensitive; pp 120 Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera Box G.
Circa 1915-1947. The following original draft drawings and paintings by Marco Montedoro are being offered as a collection. They include original graphite, pen and ink, and watercolor paintings on paper and artist's board spanning the career of Marco Montedoro as a set and costume designer. The archive is a comprehensive representation of his professional career in Europe and the United States. Before he died, Montedoro gave his collection to his close friend Hella Arensen (ne Aronson), a German Jewish newspaper artist who emigrated from pre-war Nazi Germany to New York. Since Montedoro's death, the collection has remained in the Aronson family. Most images are signed by Montedoro, with an average size of 11" x 14", and are in varying condition. A full photographic gallery of this collection is available upon request. Montedoro's family of musicians considered him a child prodigy and sent him in his teens to Paris to study drawing and painting. He worked as an artist in Paris until 1913, when he became the artistic director of the Berlin Metropole. During WWI, he designed posters for Italian theaters and cinemas. Following the war, Montedoro returned to Paris to design costumes for the Palace, Ambassadeurs, Moulin Rouge, and Folies Bergère, including a 1927 show featuring Josephine Baker. During this period he also designed productions in Milan, Berlin, London, St. Petersburg, and Poland. In 1930, Montedoro relocated to New York City and designed for the Schuberts, including the 1941-1942 Broadway production of La Vie Parisienne. From 1932-1947, Montedoro worked alongside Vincinte Minelli designing sets and costumes for Radio City Music Hall, where Montedoro became head designer. Montedoro's genius is featured om Angelo Luerti's 2006 book 'Non Solo Erté - Not Only Erté, Costume Design for the Paris Music Hall 1918-1940.