No place: no date (c. 1952), First Edition. quarto, textured blue cloth with gilt stamping and insignia in color on front cover. not paginated (62) pp. Numerous photographic illustrations of officers, airmen, and ground crew. Very fine. Item #19591
(Los Angeles: Occidental Publishing, 1937), First Edition. quarto, printed heavy paper wrappers. 50pp., stapled. Occidental Publishing, Profusely illustrated with photographs and three-view drawings. Smudge on front wrapper, water staining on lower right corner of text block. Item #26630
1979, A Look Back. 38th Anniversary of the First Flight of the Thunderbolt, P-47 Thunderbolt Pilots Association.
[New York: P-47 Thunderbolt Association, 1979], quarto, pictorial wrappers. 80pp. P-47 Thunderbolt Association, Numerous photographs, drawings, and cartoons. Near fine copy. Item #18777
(c. 1916), 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches, 2 original German contact print photographs of captured 20 Squadron FE2b No. 6338 "Ceylon No. 3" brought down near Menin on 29 February 1916. 2Lt L. A. Newbold and 2Lt H. F. Champion became prisoners of war. One image has Feldpost cancellation... Item #25507
(Habbaniya): 40 Staging Post, 1945, First Edition. octavo, mimeographed, hand-colored heavy paper wrappers, tied with cord. (4)pp. 40 Staging Post, Menu includes "Tigris Salmon". Drawing on front wrapper of a naked woman hold a muff or pom pom. RAF Habbaniya was constructed on the west bank of the Euphrates and... Item #26581
New York: Center for the Book Arts, 2015, First Edition, Limited to 40 numbered copies. octavo, softbound in dust jacket. Center for the Book Arts, In honor of the 40th Anniversary of the Center for Book Arts, the past curators of the annual Broadside Reading Series, now in it's 15th... Item #25392
[London Colney: 74 Squadron, 1917], 4" x 13" broadside, mimeographed. 74 Squadron, Original 74 Squadron RFC transfer card. Interesting service memento to be filled out by pilots when leaving their home squadron at London Colney, for transfer to their assigned squadron in France. Blanks not filled in although the date... Item #22033
(Baton Rouge, LA: Army and Navy Publishing Company, no date, 1950), First Edition. quarto, dark blue cloth stamped in blind and gilt and with Air Force wing in red, white and gilt. 88pp. Army and Navy Publishing Company, Extensively illustrated. Pictorial yearbook for the 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Wing for 1950... Item #25071
New York: The Typophiles, 2003, First Edition, Limited to 500 copies. octavo, green wrappers. 29pp. The Typophiles, Introduction by Kit Currie. A tribute to Lerner with essays and a poem by Ronald Gordon, Howard Gralla, Jonathan Hill, Eric Holzenberg, Roland Hoover, Martin Hutner, Herbert Johnson, Jerry Kelly, and Kenneth Auchincloss... Item #13946
Urbana, IL: Accent, Spring, 1942, First Edition. large octavo, printed paper wrappers. (60)pp., stapled. Accent, With contributions by Richard Wright, Katherine Anne Porter, Delmore Schwartz and others. A near fine copy. Item #26156
Frankfort, Germany: D. Stempel AG, no date [circa 1930 - 40], D. Stempel AG, A font designed in 1928 by Herbert Thannhaeuser. Four pieces of promotional ephemera: 7.25 x 8.5" single leaf printed one side only in orange and black, German language; 8.25 x 11.75" single leaf printed two sided... Item #26621
Advertising Poster for the Autobiography of Royal Flying Corps Ace Lieutenant E. M. Roberts, R.F.C., "A Flying Fighter."
, 13" x 20" Published by Harper & Brothers for the biography of this multi-talented RFC ace from New York. "Read: A Flying Fighter...by Lieut. E. M. Roberts, RFC...He was lorry driver, dispatch rider, bomber, observer, air pilot, ace...$1.50." With illustration by Dalton Valentine and featuring a photograph of Lt... Item #24427
New York: Requa Gibson Co. (circa 1910), one quarto sheet folded twice, printed on coated stock. Requa Gibson Co., Propellers of various sizes pictured on brochure. Short tear at fold, otherwise a fine copy. Item #16076
Washington: GPO, 1919, First Edition. large octavo , black cloth. 446 pp. GPO, Issued by the War Department, Air Service Division of Military Aeronautics, Washington, DC. With chapters on Aviation and its medical problems, The establishing of 67 physical examining units, The work of the Flight Surgeon, and more totaling... Item #26290
Washington DC: Lincoln Press, Inc. 1954, First Edition. octavo, green cloth in dust jacket. 463pp. Lincoln Press, Inc., A complete review of the vents and deveopments in military and civil aviation in the U.S. A complete directory of aircraft, executives, statistics, chronology and agencies in U.S. aviation. A pictorial record... Item #18824
Chicago: American Library Association, 1986, Second edition. large quarto, red cloth. (xxvi), 895 pp. American Library Association, Previous owner's name on front endpaper, else a fine, clean copy. Illustrated. Item #23712
The American Spectator: A Literary Newspaper. Vol. I, No. 1 through Vol. I, No. 7; November, 1932 through May, 1933.
The first seven issues folded twice with original print wrap-around band which noted the contributors to that issue. Very fine without wear, fading or chipping. Publication was suspended with the April/May, 1935 issue. These first seven issues were edited by George Jean Nathan, Ernest Boyd, James Branch Cabell, and Eugene... Item #17856
Milan: Touring Club Italiano, (1932), First Edition of this volume. thick octavo, full blue leather stamped in gilt on the front and back covers and spine. 1,116pp. Touring Club Italiano, An exhaustive and heavily illustrated annual of Italian aviation. The original Shell Oil full-color bookmarker is still present. Many attractive... Item #19764
(New Castle): The Delaware Bibliophiles, 1991, First Edition. octavo, boards & cloth. (94)pp. The Delaware Bibliophiles, Limited to 200 numbered copies. Introduction by Gordon A. Pfeiffer, Dr. Barbara Benson contributes an article on the general history of papermaking in Delaware; H. B. Hancock and N. B. Wilkinson on "The Gilpins... Item #7720
London: The Trollope Society, 1992, First Edition. octavo, boards. 64pp. The Trollope Society, Part One of this list of works by and about Anthony Trollope is based on Lance Tingay's The Trollope Collector (1985) which is reprinted here with the twin aims of providing the reader of Trollope with a.... Item #12172
New York: Coward McCann, (1980), First Edition. octavo, boards & cloth in dust jacket. Coward McCann, Gay fiction from "Christopher Street" magazine: Edmund White, Tennessee Williams, Kate Millett, Andrew Holleran, Felice Picano, Jane Rule and twelve others. Scratch to top edge of text block, otherwise a fine copy. Jacket not... Item #10144
The Art of Type Specimen in the Twentieth Century. An exhibition held at ITC Center 1 March - 21 May 1993.
New York: The Typophiles, 1993, First Edition. octavo, wrappers. (64)pp. The Typophiles, Limited to 1,100 copies of which this is one of 500 copies with the imprint of The International Typeface Corporation. With essays on Twentieth Century Type Specimens by David Pankow and John Dreyfus. The 125 items displayed are... Item #10569
December 15, 1911, octavo, orig. printed wrappers. (47)pp. Sale No. 432. Many George Washington letters including of his family. Slight wear to wrappers. Item #26548
The Bacon-Frank Manuscripts from Campsall Hall. Henry V's Manuscript of Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde.
August 11, 1942, octavo, orig. printed wrappers. 14pp. With two plates. 55 items catalogued. Slight corner wear. Item #26549
Bibliotheca Phillippica. Catalogue of English Manuscripts, Autograph Letters and Charters from the Celebrated Collection formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps...New Series: Twelfth Part.
London: Sotheby & Co, June 25, 1974, octavo, printed green wrappers. 154 pp. Sotheby & Co, 256 lots. From the Introduction, "The astonishing range of Sir Thomas Phillipp's collecting interests...has been amply illustrated in earlier sales, and the present catalogue provides further evidence.Besides the raw material of conventional political history...are... Item #23244