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81 Griffin, Kerstin, et al
Animal Bones, Moss-, Plant-, Insect- and Parasite Remains
Bergen Alvheim & Eide, 1988 
11.75"x8.25" Softcover. 200pp. Black & white illustrations from photographs, diagrams, tables. Volume 5 in the Archaeological Excavations in Gamlebyen, Oslo series. Light shelf wear. Neat inscription atop title page else Very Good+ 
Price: 95.00 USD
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British Fingerpicking Guitar, Grossman, Stefan, compiled by
82 Grossman, Stefan, compiled by
British Fingerpicking Guitar
Pacific: Mel Bay, 1990 
9"x12" Spiral-bound wraps. 156pp with black & white illustrations from photographs, discography. Includes interviews with Davey Graham, Bert Jansch, and John Renbourn and 22 songs with music. A little edge wear and wear at spine ends. About Very Good. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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The Message of the Negro Spiritual, Guy, William E.
83 Guy, William E.
The Message of the Negro Spiritual
Springfield: The Williamson Press (1946) 
8vo Printed wraps. 58pp with illustrations from the author's drawings. Includes musical scores and commentary on the history and religious nature of the songs. Tiny chip at spine heel. Near Fine. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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84 Hall, Ansel Franklin
General Report on the Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition of 1933
Berkeley: 
10.25"x6.75" Printed wraps. 32pp with illustrations from photographs, map. Spine sunned, lower wrap creased, lightly penciled three word notation to one page. Good. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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The Bomb, Harris, Frank
85 Harris, Frank
The Bomb
New York: Self-published, 1920 
8vo Green cloth gilt. 336pp with occasional black & white illustrations from drawings. "A new illustrated edition in 1920. A novel on the Chicago Anarchists which Bernard Shaw asserts has "superseded all other accounts"". Fictionalized account of the 1886 Haymarket Massacre. Fine in dustjacket with small chips at corners and spine ends, a little edge wear, particularly at spine head. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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86 Harrison, Charles
Ancient Warriors of the North Pacific: The Haidas, Their Laws, Customs and Legends, with Some Historical Account of the Queen Charlotte Islands
London: H. F & G. Witherby, 1925 
8vo Red cloth with spine decoration and lettering in black. 222pp. Tissue-guarded frontis and ten black & white plates, folding map, appendix, glossary, index. The author spent forty years living with the Haidas and gained his knowledge of their customs, traditions and social organization directly from principle chiefs. He was the first to reduce the Haida language to writing. Small margin tear to first page of preface, spine head lightly frayed with minor wear to upper corner, spine slightly sunned. Very Good. 
Price: 450.00 USD
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The Beauty of the Beasts: Tales of Hollywood's Wild Animal Stars (signed), Helfer, Ralph
87 Helfer, Ralph
The Beauty of the Beasts: Tales of Hollywood's Wild Animal Stars (signed)
Los Angeles: Tarcher (1990) First Edition 
8vo White boards.223pp with illustrations from photographs. Helfer worked with Gentle Ben, Clint Eastwood's orangutan sidekick Clyde, and Clarence the Cross-Eyed Lion among many famous animals. He supplied animal performers to over 5000 movies and television programs. Presentation copy, inscribed and signed by the author to the half-title to another animal trainer. Very Good in dustjacket. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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Misery, Heller, Suzanne
88 Heller, Suzanne
Misery
New York: Paul S. Eriksson, 1964 
7.5"x5" Illustrated boards. Those now amusing childhood situations which once evoked utter misery are depicted with simple line drawings and sensitive captions. Gift inscription upper paste-down else Very Good in dustjacket (spine and lower panel a little darkened, light silverfishing and small tear to upper panel, price-clipped). 
Price: 10.00 USD
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Dead North (Signed), Henry, Sue
89 Henry, Sue
Dead North (Signed)
New York: Morrow / HarperCollins (2001) First Edition 
8vo Boards. 280pp. Eighth in a series of mysteries set in Alaska. Signed by the author to the title page. Small ink name to rear paste-down else Fine in dustjacket. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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Deus Ex Machina: Technology serves the theatre, Herzfeldt, Rudolf
90 Herzfeldt, Rudolf
Deus Ex Machina: Technology serves the theatre
Wiesbaden Herzfeldt, 1964 
9.5"x10.5" Cloth-backed pictorial boards. 60pp including bibliography. Numerous illustrations from photographs, figs. Translated from the original German. Corners lightly rubbed. Very Good+ 
Price: 150.00 USD
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Through the Garden Gate, Hill, Susan
91 Hill, Susan
Through the Garden Gate
London Hamish Hamilton (1986) First Edition Barrett, Angela 
8vo Green boards gilt. (96)pp with marvelous color illustrations throughout. A really special and exciting book for anyone who loves gardens and gardening. Featured are rose gardens and children's gardens; kitchen gardens and the garden in winter; water gardens, wilderness gardens and the "intoxicating scents of a garden at night." Attractive bookplate tipped to ffep. Fine in Fine dustjacket. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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Baby Blue Eyes, Hirsch, Walter, George Jessel and Jesse Greer
92 Hirsch, Walter, George Jessel and Jesse Greer
Baby Blue Eyes
New York: Richmond-Robbins, 1922 Sheet Music 
9"x12" Illustrated paper wraps. 8pp including covers. As featured in George Jessel's 'Troubles of 1922' with the Courtney Sisters and 25 trouble makers. "Lost my heart today, Found it right away, When I looked into a pair of eyes" Spine splitting at both ends, small edge tears. Good. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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Chess Life & Review, Volume XXIV, Number 11, November 1969, Hochberg, Burt, editor
93 Hochberg, Burt, editor
Chess Life & Review, Volume XXIV, Number 11, November 1969
Newburgh: United States Chess Federation, 1969 
8.5"x11" Wraps. Illustrated periodical. pp 434-475. Cover features Anatoly Karpov winning the World Junior Chess Championship in Stockholm. Article on The United States Open by George Koltanowski. Observation Point by Miro Radojcic. Triumph of a Dark Horse by Robert Byrne. Booster Chess by William Goichberg. Benko's Bafflers by Pal Benko. SMI's Southwestern Open by Burt Hochberg. The Art of Positional Play by Sammy Reshevsky. Industrial Chess by Matt Pavitt. The Rubinstein Memorial: Polanica Zdroj, 1969 by Anthony Saidy. The Fifth Game Annotated by Boris Spassky. Address label to cover, Small inset articl on The Second Annual National High School Championship highlighted else Very Good. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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Chess Life & Review, Volume XXIV, Number 12, December 1969, Hochberg, Burt, editor
94 Hochberg, Burt, editor
Chess Life & Review, Volume XXIV, Number 12, December 1969
Newburgh: United States Chess Federation, 1969 
8.5"x11" Wraps. Illustrated periodical. pp 478-539. The San Juan International by Arthur Bisguier. IBM International by Robert Byrne. Article on the 37th USSR Championship. Game of the Month is Rashomon. Observation Point by Miro Radojcic: Forever Second, Forever Liked. Spotlight on Openings: King's Indian Defense - Samisch Variation - Taimanov System by H. Bouwmeester. Sixty-Five Years in American Chess by Norman T. Whitaker. Larry Evans on Chess. Address label to cover, one line highlighted else Very Good. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Chess Life & Review, Volume XXV, Number 4, April 1970, Hochberg, Burt, editor
95 Hochberg, Burt, editor
Chess Life & Review, Volume XXV, Number 4, April 1970
Newburgh: United States Chess Federation, 1970 
8.5"x11" Wraps. Illustrated periodical. pp 178-235. Cover features Ray Martin, American Open Champion. Looking Back on the American Open, Santa Monica, CA, November 1969 by Carl L. Budd. Tournament at Raach, Second European Zonal Tournament by Dr. Petar Trifunovic. Spassky Speaks by Dimitrije Bjelica. Coudar, McGill Win North American Intercollegiate by Prof. Seth C. Hawkins. Steven Hohensee Is Armed Forces Champion. Address label to cover, spine separated above and below staples, Articled highlighted: Attendance Record Broken at Los Angeles Scholastic Open else Very Good. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Letts Guide to Orchids of the World, Hodgson, Margaret, Roland Paine, Neville Anderson
96 Hodgson, Margaret, Roland Paine, Neville Anderson
Letts Guide to Orchids of the World
(London): Charles Letts (1991) 
4to Boards. iv, 236pp with stunning illustrations from color and black & white photographs, botanical drawings, and small maps. Shows how to identify and cultivate a marvelous array of orchids. More than 450 species are discussed and illustrated. Includes detailed information on classification, pollination, propagation and pests and diseases. Fine in dustjacket. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Chess Review: The Picture Chess Magazine, Volume 37, Number 2, February 1969, Horowitz, I. A., editor
97 Horowitz, I. A., editor
Chess Review: The Picture Chess Magazine, Volume 37, Number 2, February 1969
New York: Chess Review, 1969 
8.5"x11" Wraps. Illustrated periodical. pp 33-64. Game of the Month features the latest game of Tigran Petrosyan. Article on the Chess Acropolis organized by the Greek Chess Federation by Dr. Petar Trifunovich. Article by Walter Korn, The Finishing Touch: The King on the Edge. Address label to cover else Very Good. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Chess Review: The Picture Chess Magazine, Volume 37, Number 6, June 1969, Horowitz, I. A., editor
98 Horowitz, I. A., editor
Chess Review: The Picture Chess Magazine, Volume 37, Number 6, June 1969
New York: Chess Review, 1969 
8.5"x11" Wraps. Illustrated periodical. pp 161-192. Solitaire Chess article is Battle of the Rook Pawns. World Championship features Boris Spassky and Tigran Petrosian at the Piatigorsky Cup Tournament in Los Angeles. Game of the Month features Mark Taimanov's most recent discovery. Report on the Fifth Women's Tournament in Belgrade, March 1969. Cover features the first Woman World Champion of Chess (and the first woman to hold a verified master's title) Vera Menchik, photographed in 1927. Address label to cover, one tournament result highlighted on one page else Very Good. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Armenia on the Road to Independence 1918, Hovannisian, Richard G.
99 Hovannisian, Richard G.
Armenia on the Road to Independence 1918
Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1967 First Edition 
8vo Green cloth. 364pp illustrated with black & white plates, eleven maps. This study presents and analyzes the numerous complex factors that led to the establishment of an Armenian government for the first time in more than five hundred years. Ink inscription to ffep. Flecks of white paint to lower edges (book was on a painted shelf) else Very Good. Dustjacket lightly soiled and frayed, spine sunned. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Mrs. Caliban, Ingalls, Rachel
100 Ingalls, Rachel
Mrs. Caliban
[Boston]: Gambit (1983) First U.S. Edition 
8vo Cloth-backed red boards. 125pp. Mrs. Caliban, at the end of her sad marriage, fortuitously meets Larry the green sea monster. The author's third work of fiction. Fine in dustjacket with bellyband intact. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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