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Coltrane, Monk, Bird and Pres - group: BE-BOP; John Coltrane,

BE-BOP; John Coltrane, Thelonius Monk, Charlie 'Bird' Parker, & Lester 'Pres' Willis Young.)

Published by 1953-4 (1953)

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About this Item: 1953-4, 1953. Very good condition. Four individual autograph album leaves from an album kept by pianist Junior Mance, each archivally mounted, framed and glazed together with a photographic portrait of subject, accompanied by a similarly presented image of Mance himself with signature. From the collection of Jazz Hall-of-Famer Junior Mance from his time as house pianist at the Bee Hive in Chicago. None of the the leaves are personalized, apart from that of Coltrane who has inscribed, "Best to Junior, John Coltrane." The Coltrane leaf is mounted with a studio printed photograph by Francis Wolff, a portrait of 'Trane taken in 1956 at bassist Paul Chambers's Blue Note recording sessions for Whims Of Chambers; Pres with an image by the Dutch jazz photographer Gerrit Schilp; Monk, the leaf inscribed "Good luck always" with an original photograph of Monk by Duncan Schiedt; and Bird mounted with a high quality reproduction of the famous James Kriegsmann studio portrait of the young Bird. Junior Mance began playing the piano at the age of five, not receiving formal training until the age of eight, and starting to play professionally during his early teens. He attended Roosevelt College in Chicago as a music major. In 1947 Mance left Roosevelt College to join Gene Ammons' band and began his recording career with Gene. He joined Lester Young in 1949 for almost two years, and rejoined Ammons several months in 1951 before being drafted into the U. S. Army, serving in the 36th Army Band at Fort Knox, Kentucky along with Julian "Cannonball" Adderley. After his discharge from the Army in 1953, he became part of the house rhythm section at the Bee Hive Jazz Club in Chicago for a year, accompanying musicians such as Charlie Parker, Coleman Hawkins, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, and Sonny Stitt. In 1954 Mance joined and toured with Dinah Washington, later working with Dizzy Gillespie, before forming his own trio. Junior Mance was inducted into the International Jazz Hall of Fame in 1997, he continues to work in NYC and Japan. A really lovely group of important, and uncommon, signatures, with a most excellent provenance. Seller Inventory # 81999

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MAJOR EDWARD WILLIS [John Edward Whitridge Linneus Willis]

Published by Charleston South Carolina SC (1899)

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About this Item: Charleston South Carolina SC, 1899. Condition: Good+. On offer is an extraordinary bookplate collection assembled by Major Edward Willis [John Edward Whitridge Linneus Willis though he rarely used his full name] of Charleston, South Carolina. Major Willis' collection was renowned drawing scholars of the art to his home. This one-of-a-kind album contains 143 bookplates, many original and valuable representing the Landgraves who settled South Carolina, with grants of Land from the Crown, and French Huguenots who were refugees in Charleston South Carolina to escape the Massacre after the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes. Further ex-libris stamps and book plates in this work represent many colleges, libraries, institutions, etc; and other notable ex-libris from various states, most American; several rare signatures. Most plates are mounted, a small number have become detached, some with moderate wear, some cello-taped into album, however, for the most part the tape has dried. A high concentration are South Carolina oriented: Coat of Arms, armorial crests, decorative book plates and ex-libris plates include; Daniel Ravenel, Della Torre, Henry Laurens (see biography of Henry Laurens by Dr. Duncan Wallace), Errol Hay, Frederick Tupper Jr. (an ancestor was a Crusader), E. Horry Frost, Louis Manigault, Peter Manigault, Thomas Hayward, Charles Cotesworth Pinckney (famed for the quote: Millions for Defense But Not One Cent For Tribute), James Louis Petigru (famous jurist), Thomas G. Prioleau, John Ashe Alston, Francis Simmons Holmes, W. G. Hinson of James Island, SC, C. E. Stewart, Allen Smith Izard, John M. Huger, Library of Confederate Widows' Home [3], College of Charleston with signature of Hugh S. Legare, C. Cotes Esq., and J. Northrop [3] and many, many more. All of the above are very valuable South Carolina plates and all are considered rare. Further valuable plates from various states include, Calvin Coolidge, Daniel Webster, William Penn, George Washington [1798], Headquarters of The Army, Lloyd Aspinwall, Robert W. Adam, William A. Hammond (related to Maj. Gen. John Hammond of Annapolis, MD). Founding father R. B. Bradford, a "Handmade" plate of John Schnierle [1823], Mary E. Rath Merrill of Columbus, OH, W. J. Booth, W. G. Haywood M.D., Kenwith Lodge, Harold Day Foster, John Walker Gibb-Charleston, SC, Edith E. Fraine, Anna Randolph Darlington Gillespie, Hugh W. Diamond, Surgeon, Julia Andrews Bruge (daughter of the railroad magnate of Youngstown, Ohio), Francis Simmons Holmes, Scientist and Co-founder of Charleston Museum and many more. Colleges and Institutions represented; Harvard, Radcliffe, Yale, Public Library of Boston, MA, College of William and Mary, Princeton, Bowdoin, Smith College, U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD, Charleston Library Society (oldest in America) ++. An accompanying archive contains handwritten letters, one signed by the son of Prioleau [1903], another signed by A. G. Palfrey of New Orleans, LA [1934], and another from The Library of The College of Charleston signed by the librarian Emma A. Bull [1905]. Further contents of the archive identify the plates (rare, original, or duplicate), and are either hand written by Miss Eola Willis the daughter of Maj. Willis, or typed with further notations and descriptions on the bookplates and ex-libris stamps. Hardcover black album measures approximately 10 ½ x 12 ½ inches, shows some shelf wear but overall G+. Size: 8 x 11 Inches Approx. Autograph. Seller Inventory # 000876

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John T Willis

Published by Sweet Pub. Co (1980)

ISBN 10: 0834401150 ISBN 13: 9780834401150

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About this Item: Sweet Pub. Co, 1980. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0834401150

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GRIFFITHS, John Willis

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About this Item: Lithographed frontis., 45 black & white plates, and two printed tables. 420, ii pp. Large 4to, orig. cloth (extremities with very minor wear, some foxing due to the quality of the paper). New York: D. Appleton, 1852. "Third edition" of the first great American book on naval architecture (1st ed.: 1849). Griffiths (1809-82), was one of the earliest outstanding naval architects in America and, during the early 1850s, his steamships were the fastest and finest in the world. "Through his writings Griffiths did more than any one else to put shipbuilding in America on a scientific basis, in place of the 'rule of thumb' methods then in vogue. He was not only an influential theorist, however, but a practical designer of ships as well, and one of the first in the United States outside of naval constructors like Joshua Humphreys, to specialize in designing. Most of his contemporaries, like Donald McKay, Samuel Hall, and Jacob Bell, owned shipyards and actually built the ships they designed.Griffiths, however, with his particular inventive genius and bold originality, was content to draw the plans and let others execute them. He showed amazing versatility in that period of constant innovation, designing outstanding vessels of many sorts - sail and steam, wood and iron, war and commerce. Though the Ann McKim, built at Baltimore in 1832, is often called the pioneer clipper, Griffiths is credited with designing the first 'extreme clipper ship,' the Rainbow, 750 tons, launched in 1845 for the China trade.To secure increased speed by reducing resistance, he gave these ships slender bows and sterns rising high above the water, concave bow waterlines and 'the greatest breadth at a point considerably further aft than had hitherto been considered practicable' (Clark, post, p. 65). Conservative skeptics attacked these innovations, questioning the safety of such sharp, slender ships, but they proved to be the fastest afloat and strongly influenced the subsequent development of the American clipper. Griffiths then turned to steamships, where again his influence was important.His writings and the success of his ships brought him orders from all parts of the world."-D.A.B., IV, pp. 626-27. This book is very attractively illustrated with forty-five striking black & white plates, depicting various parts of ships and matters of design. A fresh copy of a book which does not survive well. Surprisingly rare. There is essentially no difference between the first, second, and third editions. ? Hindle, Technology in Early America, p. 55-"Just after mid-century a remarkable work appeared which was filled with insights not obtainable elsewhere: John W. Griffiths' Treatise?This large undertaking is based on the belief that European treatises did not help much in the United States, because of different terms in use, because they were not fundamentally intended for merchant shipbuilding, and because they were not sufficiently adapted to the knowledge and talents of the operative mechanics. The result is very helpful to the historian.". Seller Inventory # 1624

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Hurst, John Willis

Published by Editorial Médica Panamericana, S.A.

ISBN 10: 8479034165 ISBN 13: 9788479034160

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About this Item: Editorial Médica Panamericana, S.A. Condition: Muy Bueno / Very Good. Seller Inventory # 100000000372083

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Bruce Davidson: Time of Change, Limited Edition: DAVIDSON, Bruce, LEWIS,

DAVIDSON, Bruce, LEWIS, John, WILLIS, Deborah

Published by St. Ann's Press, West Hollywood, California (2002)

ISBN 10: 0971368112 ISBN 13: 9780971368118

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About this Item: St. Ann's Press, West Hollywood, California, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. First edition, first printing. Limited deluxe slipcased edition of 100 copies, hand-numbered and signed in black ink on the half-title page by Davidson, with an original gelatin silver print (cover image of the book), paper size 10 x 8 inches (hand-numbered and signed in pencil on verso by Davidson, print edition 100). The print is housed in a separate cloth portfolio, in a beveled window overmat for presentation (held in place within the portfolio by 4 ribbon corners. Both the book and matted photograph (in cloth portfolio) fit inside the larger cloth slipcase, with title stamped in black.Hardcover. Fine cloth, with title blind-stamped, with plate tipped in debossed front cover, without clear acetate dust jacket, as issued, for the deluxe edition. Photographs and Afterword by Davidson. Foreword by U.S. Congressman John Lewis. Introduction by Deborah Willis. 172 pp., with 140 tritone plates, beautifully printed on heavy stock fine paper by Trifolio, Verona, Italy. 11-1/2 x 12 inches. New in publisher's original packaging (book, print and cloth portfolio all in flawless, pristine condition). From the publisher: "On May 25, 1961, Bruce Davison joined a group of Freedom Riders traveling by bus from Montgomery, Alabama to Jackson, Mississippi. The actions of these youths challenged and disobeyed federal laws allowing for integrated interstate bus travel. These historic episodes, which ended in violence and arrests, marked the beginning of Davidson's exploration into the heart and soul of the civil rights movement in the United States during the years 1961-1965.In 1962, Davidson received a Guggenheim Fellowship and continued documenting the era, including an early Malcolm X rally in Harlem, steel workers in Chicago, a Ku Klux Klan cross burning near Atlanta, farm migrant camps in South Carolina, cotton picking in Mississippi, protest demonstrations in Birmingham, and the heroic Selma March that led to the Voting Rights Act of 1965, which was instrumental in changing the political power base in the segregated Southern states. In the 140 photographs collected here, many of which have never before been published, we see intimate and revealing portraits of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., John Lewis, and other leaders made by Davidson during those turbulent times. These images describe the mood that prevailed during the civil rights movement with a lyrical imagery that is both poignant and profound. As Davidson bears witness to these historical events, and documents the degradation and segregation that were endured, he gives testimony to the struggle for freedom, equality, justice, and human dignity."There are two reasons to buy Time of Change: First, it's flat-out the best photography book about the civil-rights movement; second, it unfolds like a great political drama, beginning in New York in 1961 and ending in the South during the mid-'60s marches.The ability to enter so sympathetically into what seems superficially an alien environment remains Bruce Davidson's sustained triumph; in his investigations he becomes the friendly recorder of tenderness and tragedy." --Henry Geldzahler"Bruce Davidson is my friend, and his pictures are also my friends." --Henri Cartier-Bresson"Few contemporary photographers give us their observations so unembellished--so free of apparent craft or artifice. The presence that fills [Bruce Davidson's] pictures seems the presence of the life that is described, scarcely changed by its transmutation into art." --John Szarkowski. Signed by Author. Seller Inventory # 105892

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DAVIDSON, BRUCE). Davidson, Bruce. Foreword by U.S. Congressman John Lewis. Introduction by Deborah Willis

Published by St. Ann's Press, West Hollywood, CA (2002)

ISBN 10: 0971368120 ISBN 13: 9780971368125

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About this Item: St. Ann's Press, West Hollywood, CA, 2002. Cloth w/Pastedown in Slipcase. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. First Edition 1/100 Deluxe. np (172pp), 144 tritone illustrations. Designed by Paul McMenamin at SPINE. Photographed during the height of the American Civil Rights struggle (with most of these images uncollected in book form until this undertaking), Bruce Davidson's moving portraits of social change from the rural South to the streets of Harlem and Chicago are a revelation some forty years later. Pictured here are the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, the Freedom Riders, National Guardsmen, Cracker lawmen, Klansmen, and the African-American populace undergoing their "Time of Change". A brand new, pristine example of the Deluxe edition of the 2002 first St. Ann's Press (cited on page 223 of Fred Ritchin and Carole Naggar's "Magnum Photobook: A Catalogue Raisonné") limited to one hundred slipcased copies SIGNED with an original 10 x 8" SIGNED AND NUMBERED gelatin silver print of "Mother Brown" by Bruce Davidson. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Signed by the Photographer - with a b&w Photograph. Photography Monograph. Seller Inventory # 019576

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Sammelband of 42 English Sermons, bound in: Leonard Lichfield; Edward

Leonard Lichfield; Edward Stillingfleet; Z. Cradock; Thomas Jekyll; Tho. Whincop; Gilbert Burnet; Richrd Wooddeson; George Hickes; Francis of Ely; Richard Bynns; W. Delaune; Thomas Gooch; Samuel Eccles; John Thomas; Andrew Burnett; Jonathan Bishop of Exeter; Thomas Bisse; John Middleton; Peter Pinnell; John Cornwall; William Sherlock; Matthew Audley; Frederick Bishop of Litchfield; John, Bishop of Oxford; Isaac of Worcester; Samuel Squire; James Penn; Thomas Willis; E. D'Auvergne; William Savage; R. Welton; Bernard Mould; John Peters; Edmund Tew; Ferd. Warner; William Meades; William Cokayne; Gilbert Bishop of Sarum; Edmund Bishop of Lincoln; Thomas Robinson; Joseph Plymley

Published by Various: John Norris; Robert White for Henry Mortlock; Richard Royston; Jonathan Robinson; Walker Kettilby; W. Innys; Robert Clavell; Edward Jones; S. Smith; J. Meres; W. Meadows; Richard Baldwin; W. Wilkins; J. Bonwicke; J. Brotherton; W. Rogers (1670)

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About this Item: Various: John Norris; Robert White for Henry Mortlock; Richard Royston; Jonathan Robinson; Walker Kettilby; W. Innys; Robert Clavell; Edward Jones; S. Smith; J. Meres; W. Meadows; Richard Baldwin; W. Wilkins; J. Bonwicke; J. Brotherton; W. Rogers, 1670. Hardcover. Condition: Used: Good. Thick Sammelband of over 42 Sermons bound in one volume. Over 1130 pages (I didn't count many of the prelim & advertisement pages). Small quarto. Bound in contemporary calf with covers detached and disbound. Most of the sermons good shape, some with wear, soiling. Includes: Leonard Lichfield, A Sermon Preach'd before the University of Oxford (1685) 28 p.; Edward Stillingfleet, A Sermon Preached November V. 1673 at St. Margarets Westminst. (1674) 50 p.; Z. Cradock, A Sermon Preached before the King, February 10th 1677 (1678) 43 p.; Thomas Jekyll, Righteousness and Peace The best Means to prevent Ruin (1681) [3], 34 p.; Tho. Whincop, A Sermon Preach'd before the House of Commons at St. Margaret's… (1702) 27 p.; Gilbert Burnet, A Sermon Preached at the Funeral of Mr. James Houblon (1682) 38 p.; Richrd Wooddeson, A Sermon Preach'd . at the funeral of Joseph Clarke. (1751) 16 p.; George Hickes, A Sermon Preached before the Lord Mayor. of London (1682) 33 p.; Francis of Ely, A Sermon Preached before the King (1685) 30 p.; Richard Bynns, A Sermon Preached before the House of Commons Jan. 30, 1692 (1693) 31 p.; W. Delaune, A Sermon Preached before the House of Commons (1703) 23 p.; Thomas Gooch, A Sermon Preach'd before the Commons 1711 (1712) 22 p.; Samuel Eccles, The Royal Martyr: Or, Virtue Invincible (1754) 13 p.; John Thomas, A Sermon Preached before the . Commons (1758) 20 p.; Andrew Burnett, A Sermon Preached at the Barbican (1696) 23p.; Jonathan Bishop of Exeter, A Sermon Preach'd before the Queen and both Houses of Parliament (1702) 43 p.; Thomas Bisse, A Sermon.Commons (1714) 23 p.; John Middleton, A Sermon Preached.London (1730) 24 p.; Peter Pinnell, Sermon. at St. Paul (1748) 23 p.; John Cornwall, A Sermon.University of Cambridge (1701) 24 p.; William Sherlock, The Nature and Measure of Charity (1697) 30 p.; Matthew Audley, Sermon.Charles Duke of Richmond (1705) 26 p.; Frederick Bishop of Litchfield, Sermon.London Hospital (1752) 23p.; John, Bishop of Oxford, Sermon.London Hospital (1762) 16 p.; Sermon London Hospital (1782) 23 p.; Isaac of Worcester, Sermon Hospital for Small Pox and Inoculation (1752) 24 p.; Samuel Squire, Sermon Hospitals for Small Pox (1760) 34 p.; James Penn, Sermon Preached at Christ-Church (1761) 15 p.; Thomas Willis, Sermon.Cathedral Church of Lincoln (1788) 20 p.; E. D'Auvergne, Sermon . Bishop Startford Church in Hertford.School Feast (1705) 20 p.; William Savage, Sermon . Election of the Lord Mayor (1707) 24 p.; R. Welton, Church-Ornament without Idolatry Vindicated (1714) 24 p.; Bernard Mould, The People's Love and the Pastor's Joy (1717) 28 p.; John Peters, Error in religion destructive of government (1745) 20 p.; Edmund Tew, The Queen of Sheba's Notions of Government Considered (1737) 26 p.; Ferd. Warner, Sermon.city of London (1749) 26 p.; William Meades, Sermon.city of London (1750) 17 p.; William Cokayne, Sermon.city of London (1753) 20 p.; Gilbert Bishop of Sarum, A Charge Given at the Triennial Visitation (1704) 66 p.; The Charge of Edmund Lord Bishop of Lincoln (1717 36 p.; Thomas Robinson, A Charge Delivered.Northumberland (1759) 20 p.; Joseph Plymley, A Charge.Salop and Herford (1793) 21 p. Seller Inventory # 1712300001

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Davidson, Bruce (Photographer); Lewis, John & Willis, Deborah (Contributors)

Published by Los Angeles, CA: St. Ann's Press, 2002

ISBN 10: 0971368120 ISBN 13: 9780971368125

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About this Item: Los Angeles, CA: St. Ann's Press, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: As New. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. Signed. 172 pages. Published in 2002. New Edition of the photographer's classic. One of the greatest photography books of the 20th century. Deluxe Slipcased Edition of 100 numbered and signed copies. Precedes and should not be confused with St. Ann's Press' regular trade edition. The Deluxe Edition is now rare. An austerely elegant production by St. Ann's Press: Oversize-volume format. Black cloth boards with titles embossed on the cover and spine and photographic reproduction pasted on the cover's center. Photographs by Bruce Davidson. Foreword by Congressman John Lewis. Introduction by Deborah Willis. Original 10 X 8 inch photographic print of the cover image, "Mother Brown", enclosed and very beautifully presented in its own matching black cloth portfolio. Black cloth slipcase. Printed in tritone on pristine-white, thick coated stock paper by Trifolio in Verona, Italy to the highest standards. Without DJ, as issued. Re-presents, in the ultimate collectible format, Bruce Davidson's "Time of Change". Possibly the greatest photography book on the Civil Rights Movement. "Intimate and revealing portraits of Dr. Martin Luther King, John Lewis, and other leaders. Describes the mood that prevailed during the Civil Rights Movement with a lyrical imagery that is both poignant and profound. Gives testimony to the struggle for freedom, equality, justice, and human dignity" (Publisher's blurb). "Unfolds like a great political drama, beginning in New York in 1961 and ending in the South during the mid-1960's marches. The ability to enter so sympathetically into what seems superficially an alien environment remains Bruce Davidson's sustained triumph. He becomes the friendly recorder of tenderness and tragedy" (Henry Geldzahler). An absolute "must-have" title for Bruce Davidson collectors. This copy is one of the Deluxe Slipcased Edition, and it is very prominently and beautifully numbered and signed in black ink-pen on the title page by Bruce Davidson. It is signed directly on the page itself, not on a tipped-in page. It also comes with a stunningly beautiful 10 X 8 inch original photographic print of "Mother Brown", the cover image, also very prominently and beautifully numbered and signed in pencil on verso by the photographer. This title is a great photography book. This is one of very few copies of the Deluxe Slipcased Edition still available online and has no flaws, a pristine beauty. A rare signed copy thus. 140 tritone plates, 1 original print. One of the greatest photographers of our time. A flawless collectible copy. (SEE ALSO OTHER BRUCE DAVIDSON TITLES IN OUR CATALOG) ISBN 0971368120. Signed by Author. Seller Inventory # 17926

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Willis, John and Barry Monush

Published by Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, New York

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About this Item: Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, New York. Hardcover in dust jacket 9 1/4 by 7 3/4 inches, 453 pages, illustrated. Ex library. I have removed the clear plastic jacket and spine label. Jacket has little wear as does binding. Apart from typical library marks including Discard stamp, the pages are clean. Seller Inventory # 20401

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deSoto, Lewis; Lucy Puls; Ray Beldner; Ed Osborn; Andries Fourie; Nora Auston; Xavier Tiernan; Brendan Carroll; Zakron; Joel Mesler; Jackie Perez Gratz; Kurt Kemp; Constance Maher; Karen Hill; Connell Ray Little; William F. Wilson Il; Connie Walsh; Decatur Blue; Riccardo Toronto; Lenny Gonzalez; Rob Ceballos; Dona Kopol Bonick; Rob Keller; John Bonick; Dennis Raines; Ry Rocklen; Nancy Willis; Eric Sanchez; Ben Diller; Aaron DeBeers; Mark Garrett; Philip Wagner; Bruce Cannon; Gordon Huether; Robilee Frederick.

Published by Berkeley and Napa: 2003 (2003)

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About this Item: Berkeley and Napa: 2003, 2003. Condition: Good. Portfolio with 34 original graphic works by Northern California artists, each signed and numbered. One of 50 cloth and board slipcases by Taurus Bookbindery, Berkeley. 12 x 9.25 inches.DANGER PORTFOLIOArtist IndexIn no particular order, this portfolio contains the following original works of art:Robilee Frederick: Ash and Bone Ash and oil on drafting tissue; Gordon Huether: Solvent Enamel on monoprint on Reeves BFK paper;Bruce Cannon: Biological Counter Timers, Document Drawing, Mixed Media and Ink on Vellum; Kurt Kemp: Big Mouth Man with Dangerous Bird Intaglio; Nora Auston: Crushed Ink on paper; Andries Fourie: Land Mine, Inkjet print on vellum; Decatur Blue: Bombs Away, Toilet seat cover in glassine; Aaron De Beers: Trained Predators, Inkjet print; Eric Sanchez: Thank Heaven for Little Boys, Inkjet print; Constance Maher: Blood Drip, Construction paper and glue; Ry Rocklen: Nuclear Winter Wonderland, Drawing and glitter on card stock; Dennis Raines: Untitled, Intaglio; Brendan Carroll: Danger, Polaroid transfer; Rob Keller: Blood Hounds, Dog blood on various media; Lucy Puls: Ictus et Macula (Kitchen Knife), Ink on paper; Dona Kopol Bonick: Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood, Inkjet print with bullet hole; Connie Walsh: Untitled, Flocking on photo Inkjet paper; Rob Ceballos: Untitled, Woodcut on Arches paper; Ray Beldner: In Case of Emergency, Inkjet print on Kozo paper; Xavier Tiernan: Untitled, Burns on Reeves BFK paper; Joel Mesler: Cutting Cocaine Lines into Love Letters, Offset print; Ed Osborn: VLF Study #1, Very low frequency spectrogram of earth's natural radio activity; Ben Diller: Danger/Peril, Double woodblock print on Reeves BFK paper; Philip Wagner: Untitled, Offset print; Karen Hill: Folding Laundry, Inkjet print;Nancy Willis: Traces, Lipstick transfer on BFK Reeves paper; John Bonick: Bare It, Magnified sunlight and worry lines on waxed paper; William F. Wilson: II Stigmata, Mixed media inkjet print; Jackie Perez Gratz: Proof C, prints in evidence bag with label; Connell Ray Little: Untitled, Ink on card stock; Riccardo Toronto: War Surplus Hero, Offset print; Mark Garrett: Entropy II, Laser print;Lenny Gonzalez: Noel & Knoller, Inkjet photo print; Zakron: The Fear of Being Held Captive, Silver gelatin print individually processed to last an unknown amount of time.Danger logo design by Lewis deSoto.Each of these portfolio boxes was hand made and assembled by the show's curators. The Danger essay by Alison Bing was letterpress printed on Arches paper. Special thanks to Diane Newel at Taurus Bookbindery and Lisa Rappaport at Littoral Press, both in Berkeley, California.- Rob Keller and John Banick, Co-CuratorsNot all the portfolios contain all the prints so custom orders can be filled. Seller Inventory # 51-1605

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Schlesinger, John (director); Stan Barstow (novel); Keith Waterhouse, Willis Hall (screenwriter); Alan Bates (starring)

Published by Vic Films / Governor Films, London (1962)

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About this Item: Vic Films / Governor Films, London, 1962. Final British Script for the 1962 film, based on the 1960 novel. Along with "Billy Liar" (1963), which he would make the following year, John Schlesinger's first feature film is perhaps the quintessential document of middle-class life in Northern England during the early 1960s. Bates plays a young and somewhat ambitious factory worker who becomes carelessly involved with a young woman and gets her pregnant, resulting in suffocating consequences for both parties. Chartreuse, die-cut titled wrappers. Title page present, with credits for novelist Barstow and screenwriters Waterhouse and Hal. 161 leaves, mechanically reproduced, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus with light wear at the edges, bound with two silver brads. Seller Inventory # 117915

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Willis, John

Published by Applause Theatre & Cinema Books

ISBN 10: 1557834768 ISBN 13: 9781557834768

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About this Item: Applause Theatre & Cinema Books. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1557834768 Please allow 4 - 14 business days for Standard shipping, within the US. Seller Inventory # XM-1557834768

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Blum, Daniel and John Willis

Published by Greenberg / Chilton, Crown / Applause 1944-'45 to 2003-'04 (1944)

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About this Item: Greenberg / Chilton, Crown / Applause 1944-'45 to 2003-'04, 1944. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: fine. Volume 1 lacks a dust jacket. Volumes 50-56 and 60 are paperback, all the rest are hardcover in fine dust jackets. Seller Inventory # 9003847

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Robert Willis; edited with large additions by John Willis Clark

Published by Cambridge at the University Pres (1886)

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About this Item: Cambridge at the University Pres, 1886. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Signed. First Edition. Signed, Limited Edition “Large Paper Edition.” Limited to just 120 Numbered Copies, This being No. 53. Signed by Publisher on the limitation page. This Edition is also bound in ¼ vellum ( or faux vellum) with white paper boards and black text on white paper labels to spines. â€" Complete 4 Volume Set. Very Clean and unmarked. Some wear / rubbing to edges of covers; some toning, or mild soil to areas of covers. Mild wear to some page edges; a bit of foxing to some page edges and endpapers; a few page edges are uncut. All bindings are very good with strong hinges. Very clean and unmarked. Pages: . V.1. xxxvi+cxxxiv+(2)+630pp, 19 engraved plates, some double-page ;V.2. xiii+(3)+776pp, 32 plates, some double-page, 1 colour ; V.4. xi+(1)+722pp, 5 plates, one of which double-page ; vipp, (30) engraved plates, 14 of which double-page, 4 single-page, and 12 with printed tracing paper overlays (9 of those colour). â€" Overall, a VG Set of the Deluxe, Limited Edition. * Additional Postage may apply. Seller Inventory # mon0001163464

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John Willis Daniel Blum Barry Monush

Published by Greenberg / Biblo and Tannen / Chilton / Crown (1949)

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About this Item: Greenberg / Biblo and Tannen / Chilton / Crown, 1949. Hardcover. Condition: Used: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good Dust Jacket. First Edition. Complete run with no reprints . Volumes 1 through 64 1949 through 2012. All volumes have dust jackets (until they stopped using jackets in 2010). Some of the early jackets have chipping. But most jackets are quite clean. NOte there was no 1950 issue volume 2 is 1951. Price includes shipping -Quality Counts! All books shipped in Cardboard and all books with dust jackets have mylar jacket protectors., Seller Inventory # 170517007

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Grania Willis, John Morris (Photographer)

Published by Weidenfeld & Nicolson Ltd (1993)

ISBN 10: 029783052X ISBN 13: 9780297830528

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About this Item: Weidenfeld & Nicolson Ltd, 1993. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX029783052X

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John Willis

Published by Applause Theatre & Cinema Books (2003)

ISBN 10: 1557834768 ISBN 13: 9781557834768

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Dr. John A. Larson, Carol Rodriguez, David Willis (Foreword)

Published by Forge Books (1999)

ISBN 10: 0312890583 ISBN 13: 9780312890582

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About this Item: Forge Books, 1999. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0312890583

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Treatise on Marine and Naval Architecture or: Griffiths, John W.

Griffiths, John W. (Willis) 1809- 82

Published by Illustrated with More Than Fifty Engravings. 45 Pgs. Plates, D. Appleton (1853)

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About this Item: Illustrated with More Than Fifty Engravings. 45 Pgs. Plates, D. Appleton, 1853. leather/cloth. Condition: Very Good. Third Edition. Brown/gilt spine. Professionally restored with new cloth covers with tooled leather work attached to front, mull, tube, headbands, new endpages, pages restored. All plates present, clean, (8) 420 pgs. Index. mild foxing. An impressive work. Quite rare OCLC lists 2 copies. From a Bath, Maine estate. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Maritime. Seller Inventory # 00282318

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Ralph W. Lobenstine, Harold C. Bailey, Clifford G. Grulee and Barnet E. Bonar, Borden S. Veeder, Bronson Crothers, Willis C. Campbell, John A. Foote, Frank C. Neff, William L. Funkhouser and Robert George McAliley, Lawrence T. Royster, William Palmer Lucas and Alfred H. Washburn, Herbert B. Wilcox, Fritz B. Talbot, Henry Larned Keith Shaw, Richard Walker Bolling, Howard Fox, Philip C. Jeans and Jean V. Cooke, Charles Hendee Smith and Lucy Porter Sutton and Gertrude H. B. Nicolson, HenryF. Helmholz and Samuel Amberg, JOhn D. Lyttle plus Supoervising Editor Royal Storrs Haynes

Published by D. Appleton and Company (1926)

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About this Item: D. Appleton and Company, 1926. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dustjacket. First Edition. ISBN . Twenty Volume Hardback set. No Dust jackets. 1926 to 1930 dates for all tttwenty volumes. First Printing. Bound in green cloth with gold gilt lettering on spine. Good to Very Good Condition. Tight sound unmarked copy with with dust soiling to top edge, minor brown stains and spots sprinkled through out the twenty volumes, minor rubs to edges and corners of covers. Nice complete set otherwise. Section 1, Shelf 5. No Signature. Seller Inventory # 168978

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Carleton; or, Duty and Patriotism. A Tale: John R. Willis,

John R. Willis, Esq.

Published by London - J. Clements (1841)

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About this Item: London - J. Clements, 1841. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. A scarce fictionalized account of 'Carleton's Raid' on the shores of Lake Champlain during the American War of Independence. Bound in card. Publishedfor the Proprietors of the Romancist and Novelist's Library, with 4pp publisher's catalogue to the rear. Not widely held institutionally. This appears to the first UK edition. It was also published in Philadelphia by Lea & Blanchardin 1841. Little is known about the author, John R. Willis. Condition: The binding is tight and firm. There is wear to the extremities, including bumping and rubbing, with creases to the boards. The backstrip is missing. Internally the pages have some browning with foxing and marks. There are light tidemarks to the first few leaves. There is a small closed tear to the title page. Overall the condition is good for such a rare survival. Seller Inventory # 015812

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Willis, Robert & Clark, John Willis

Published by Cambridge, University Press 1886. (1886)

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About this Item: Cambridge, University Press 1886., 1886. A full and still valuable account of the architectural history of Cambridge by the Rev. Robert Willis, a distinguished scholar at the University in both architectural history and applied mechanics. The text originated as a lecture that Willis had given to the Archaeological Institute, but he died in 1875 before the book was complete, and bequeathed the manuscript to his nephew and Cambridge University colleague John Willis Clark. Clark carried out detailed research, corroborated and edited Willis? text, and eventually produced this monumental work, well illustrated with plates taken from Le Keux?s Memorials of Cambridge. The set includes the accompanying volume of plans. Large 8vo. 4 vols. xxxvi+cxxxiv+(2)+630pp, 19 engraved plates, some double-page ; xiii+(3)+776pp, 32 plates, some double-page, 1 colour ; xi+(1)+722pp, 5 plates, one of which double-page ; vipp, (30) engraved plates, 14 of which double-page, 4 single-page, and 12 with printed tracing paper overlays (9 of those colour). Publisher?s cloth, spines gilt. Spine of first volume neatly repaired at lower joint. A good set. Bookplates of Henry Stuart Maclean Jack, 1908. Subsequently Sir Howard Colvin?s copy, with a lengthy list of corrections in his handwriting loosely inserted. Seller Inventory # 11300

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M. John Cullinane; Willis E. Pequegnat

Published by Noyes Publications (1990)

ISBN 10: 0815512295 ISBN 13: 9780815512295

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About this Item: Noyes Publications, 1990. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0815512295

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About this Item: Elsevier Science Ltd, 1983. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0444422145

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Bund J. W. Willis, and Amphlett John; Eld F. J.;

Published by The Society, Worcester (1893)

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About this Item: The Society, Worcester, 1893. Half-Leather. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. First Edition. six publications bound together in one, dated from 1893 to 1902, bound in tastefully decorated half-leather, five raised bands on spine, some mild scuffing at hinges and edges. There is a fair bit of pencilled marginalia and underlining by an earlier researcher throughout. Scarce. Seller Inventory # 24554

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Willis, John

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About this Item: 1966. Willis, John. Dance World. Volumes 1-14, 8vo.cloth. New York, 1966-19790. Seller Inventory # 109780

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The Golden Age of Pin-Up Art (: Becattini, Alberto (

Becattini, Alberto ( Earle Bergey; Gil Elvgren; Hugh Ward; John Newton Howitt; Enoch Bolles; Peter Driben; Earl Moran; Earl MacPherson; Zoe Mozert; George Quintana; Andrew Loomis;

Published by Italy: Glittering Images / Esthetique Fetish & Bizarre, 1994, 1st Edition, First Printing for Both, Italy (1994)

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About this Item: Italy: Glittering Images / Esthetique Fetish & Bizarre, 1994, 1st Edition, First Printing for Both, Italy, 1994. Hard Cover. Condition: Fine (see description). George Petty; Alberto Vargas (varga); Don Lewis; al Moore; Ernest Chiriaka; Fritz Willis; Robert McGinnis; James Avati; Stanley Zuckerberg; Robert Maguire; Ren Wicks; Ben Hur Baz; Rader; Rudolph Belarski; Barye Phillips; Margaret Brundage; Norman Saunders (illustrator). First Edition. ----------2 volumes (ONE SHIPPING CHARGE), hardcover, both in uniform format, both Fine unread copies, both with decorated boards, both issued without dustjackets, 98% colour photos and illustrations throughout, 79 and 87 Pages , artists include: Earle Bergey ; Gil Elvgren; Hugh Ward; John Newton Howitt; Enoch Bolles; Peter Driben; Earl Moran; Earl MacPherson; Zoe Mozert; George Quintana; Andrew Loomis; George Petty; Alberto Vargas ( Varga ); Don Lewis; Al Moore; Ernest Chiriaka; Fritz Willis; Robert McGinnis; James Avati; Stanley Zuckerberg; Robert Maguire; Ren Wicks; Ben Hur Baz; Rader; Rudolph Belarski; Barye Phillips; Margaret Brundage; Norman Saunders ----magazines and pulps represented include: Movie Story, Wink; Spicy Adventure stories; Cupids & Capers; Titter; Horror Stories; New York Nights; Stolen Sweets; Bedtime Stories; Terror Tales; Spicy Detective; Movie Merry Go Round; Silk Stocking; Saucy Stories; Weird Tales; Tattle Tales; Pep; Gay Parisienne; Gay Broadway; Saucy Movie Tales; Reel Humor; La Paree; Saucy Stories; Eyeful; Titter; Flirt; Whisper; Beauty Parade; Spicy Mystery; Dime Detective; Film Fun; Breezy; Playboy; Esquire; etc.,-----these books are rare, volume 2 used Vargas illustrations without permission, so, the Vargas Corporation threatened a lawsuit so volume 2 was re-called and had the Vargas material destroyed, very few copies of either volume come onto the second hand market, volume 2 with the VARGAS illustrations intact likely only exists in a handful of copies ---this copy is COMPLETE and has not had the Varga illos removed, nice colour illustrated bibliography, an absolutely top notch production all the way around, RARE, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. Not Signed. Seller Inventory # 144156

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John Willis

Published by Crown Pubishers 1957-1968 (1957)

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About this Item: Crown Pubishers 1957-1968, 1957. Condition: Good. *FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING until Tuesday, May 29* Volumes 6-17 (1957-1968),an uninterrupted run of complete volumes partly bound, library markings, textually clean & tight, price is for the lot. Photos available upon request. Seller Inventory # ZB393108

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WILLIS, Robert. Edited with Large Additions, and Brought up to the Present Time by John Willis Clark.

Published by Cambridge: at the University Press:, 1886.

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About this Item: Cambridge: at the University Press:, 1886. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Fair. Imperial 8vo and plans volume 4to., 26.5 cms, pp xxxvi, cxxxiv, [4], contents, errata & a blank, 630; pp xiii, [i] blank, [2] errata in the second volume, 776, pp xi, [i] blank, inserted errata slip, 722, [2] publications list, pp vi and with 29 plans, with overlays and a number in colour. Profusely illustrated. The press's brown cloth gilt, endpapers spotted. The unclipped dustjackets are chipped but have been preserved by being mounted by a previous owner and enclosed in archival sleeves. Textually very fresh and bright, a very good set. Seller Inventory # 3511

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