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1 Chicagoans Collect in the Eighteenth Century. An Exhibition Comprising Sundry Enlightening and Handsome Books, Manuscripts, Maps, and Artifacts from the Libraries of Roger Barrett, Rudy L. Rugles, Elsie O. and Philip D. Sang, Herman Dunlap Smith, William M. Spencer, Herbert R. Strauss
Chicago The Newberry Library 1967 
First Edition. Paperbound. Fine in printed wrappers. A 22 page finely printed catalogue which accompanied an exhibition of six collections of contemporary Chicagoans including an assortment of letters, manuscripts, contracts, notes, drawings, and other documents from Napoleon Bonaparte, Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, John Quincy Adams, James Monroe, James Madison, etc. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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2 English & American First Editions and Other Books Americana Relating to California and the West Collected by Jean Hersholt, Beverly Hills, Calif. & Sold By His Order
New York Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc. 1954 
First Edition. Auction catalogue for the library of actor Jean Hersholt, including Robinson Crusoe, Poe's Al Aaraaf, Tamarlane and Minor Poems, and a Shakespeare Second Folio and many others. Hersholt is best known for his kindly-country-doctor role of Dr. Paul Christian from radio and film. Near fine with a trace of edge wear in printed wrappers with the prices realized penciled in next to the items. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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3 Three High Points in Collecting at the Richard A. Gleeson Library, Donohue Rare Book Room, University of San Francisco
Los Angeles Richard Gleeson Library 1978 
First Edition. Paperbound. One of 200 unnumbered copies. A commemorative keepsake for attendees of the 20th Biennial Joint Meeting of the Zamorano Club of Los Angeles and the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco, held in Los Angeles on September 23 & 24, 1978, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the testimonial for Father Gleeson which resulted in the decision to build the library at the University of San Francisco named for him, the 20th anniversary of the Gleeson Library Associates, and the 5th anniversary of the dedication of the Donohue Rare Book Room. A very handsome fine press offering containing three impressive holdings of the Richard A. Gleeson Library: the Utopian alphabet as devised by Sir Thomas More, a page of an original calligraphic exercise done by Eric Gill while a student of Edward Johnston, and the front of the printed dust jacket for Thomas Merton's The Solitary Life. Fine. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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4 SAFIRE, WILLIAM Old Books Have a Future
New York ABAA 1993 
First Edition. A speech on book collecting given to members of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America by the noted newspaper columnist and author. Fine in wrappers. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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