Cayman ArtVentures, 1978. Pamphlet. This is a staple-bound linguistic exploration of the dialects of the Cayman Islands, originally printed as a souvenir. Clean and tightly bound, though the corners are a little bumped.
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International Collectors Library, 1953. First Thus. Hardcover. This is a limited edition reprint of the classic from International Collectors Library. With ribbon, missing insert. ICL books were published in octavo format from the 1940s-1980s and bound in faux leather with gilt lettering and decoration, each volume based on a specific...
Princeton University Press, 1983. Cloth. This is the complete 2-volume set of founding father Burr's letters. Both volumes missing jackets but in near fine condition, appearing unread. Small stain on top edge of both volumes, scratch on spine of volume 2. Bound in handsome gray cloth with gilt and silver...
Princeton University Press, 1952. Hardcover. This is a memorial retrospective of members of the Princeton University Class of 1945 who perished in World War II. With full page portraits and biographies. No dust jacket. Pastedown artwork from flyleaf has come unglued and is laid inside.
Paperback. This is a comprehensive exploration of the creative class of the Dutch city of Rotterdam. Features many photos and illustrations.
Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1974. Cloth. Fifth printing. This is an archaeologist's guide to identifying and preserving ancient ceramic pottery. Bound in red cloth with gilt decoration and lettering on cover and spine. Owner's stamp on flyleaf and top and side edges.
2003. Paperback. Second printing, signed by author on title page. This is a scarce history book about the role Chicago's black community played in the city's infamous ganster era. Appears unread.
Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther Konig, Koln, 2011. Paperback. This is a presumed first edition of Variantology V, a multidisciplinary study of "deep time relations" and critical theory centered in this case around the Biblioteca Nazionali di Napoli. The Variantologists are a fascinating, heady bunch greatly influenced by Foucault and non-European...