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CBA Benevolent Fund Auction Catalog

The CBA Benevolent Fund helps members who have needs for professional development or disaster/accident relief.

The following items have been generously donated by the members of CBA. Auction bidding is limited to CBA members [or other dealers by invitation.]

Three sections: Nonfiction, Ephemera, and Fiction (including Children’s.)

Online bidding is CLOSED. Please check your email for the link to the Zoom auction & meeting happening on Thursday, Nov. 5.


Practice

0. Scott’s Favorite Postcard

In twenty years of selling the occasional pieces of ephemera, I’ve taken home exactly two postcards that I like. I lost one of them, but this is the other.

This is for practice only. You won’t get the card!

Donated by Browsers’ Bookstore

Estimated value: $5
Current high bid: $1 by Scott Givens


Nonfiction

1. Cascade Alpine Guide: Climbing and High Routes.

Fred Beckey

Four [4] volumes, published by The Mountaineers, Seattle, 7″ x 8.5″. All in fine condition includes: Rainy Pass to Fraser River, 1st Edition, 1981; Stevens Pass to Rainy Pass, 1st Edition, 1977, Signed by Author on title page; Columbia River Stevens Pass, 2nd Printing, March 1979; Columbia River to Stevens Pass, 2nd Edition 1987. Indispensable, authoritative, Pacific Northwest guide books to the most accessible climbing and hiking terrain west of the European Alpines.

Donated by Montgomery Rare Books & Manuscripts

Estimated value: $75
Winning bid: $35 by Julie Wallace


2. The Masque Nos. 1-6 (No. 1: A Theatre Notebook, The Old Vic King Lear; No. 2: Designs for the Theatre (Part 1); No. 3: Oscar Wilde and the Theatre; No. 4: Designs for the Theatre Part Two; No. 5: The Masque of Christmas; No. 6: Notes on the Verse Drama)

Lionel Carter (Editor).
London: The Curtain Press, 1946, 1947, 1948.

Pamphlets in Slipcase; 172pp; Slipcase edgeworn with previous owner’s stamp to front, pamphlets clean, tight, unmarked, VG+ in Good+ slipcase.

First six issues (spanning 1946 to 1948) of The Masque, a theatre journal, in slipcase. No. 1: A Theatre Notebook, The Old Vic King Lear Reviewed by Ivor Brown; No. 2: Designs for the Theatre (Part 1) An Appreciation by Cecil Beaton, Foreword by Laurence Whistler; No. 3: Oscar Wilde and the Theatre by James Agate; No. 4: Designs for the Theatre Part Two by Rex Whistler with an Introduction by James Laver; No. 5: The Masque of Christmas; Dramatic Joys of the Festival described by Laurence Whistler with designs by Inigo Jones, Rex Whistler and others; No. 6: Notes on the Verse Drama by Christopher Hassall. Illustrated.

Donated by Book Happy Booksellers

Estimated value: $35
Winning bid: $15 by Gary Mueller


3. The Trianon of Marie-Antoinette.
Pierre de Nolhac.
London: T. Fisher Unwin Ltd., 1925. 

First Edition in English.

Quite pretty contemporary dark blue three-quarter morocco, raised bands, spine gilt in panels containing three closely spaced intricately gilt harp ornaments (with cresting rolls above and below), marbled sides and endpapers, top edge gilt, other edges rough trimmed. With frontispiece portrait of the queen, and four photographs of the Trianon. Spine slightly sunned toward a pleasing dark blue-green, one leaf with three-inch tear from fore edge into text due to rough opening, otherwise a fine copy with only trivial imperfections, the bright, attractive binding unworn.

Written by the former keeper of the Museum at Versailles, this account tells the story of the small pleasure palace built on the grounds of Versailles, primarily for the use of the royal ladies. Although constructed by Louis XIV, its fame comes from the reign of Marie Antoinette, who used it to escape from the rigors of court life by dressing in muslin and playing at being a milkmaid or shepherdess. M. de Nolhac enlivens his narrative by incorporating anecdotes of life at the French court into his description of the building, its appointments, and its grounds.

Donated by Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books & Manuscripts

Estimated value: $275
Winning bid: $150 by Scott Givens


4. 22 printers’ marks and seals designed or redrawn.

W.A. Dwiggins, William Edwin Rudge, New York, 1929.

Very good hard cover book, no dust jacket present. Moderate wear with a bit of loss at the corners, interior is clean. Signed by Dwiggins on limitation page and inscribed to “Thos. A. Larremore”. A question mark in the ___ of 350 copies spot. Dwiggins, an American type and book designer, wrote extensively on the graphic arts during the first half of the 20th century.

Donated by Wallace Books

Estimated value: $150
Winning bid: $120 by Kol Shaver


5. Das “Weize [sic] Haus” Kochbuch.

Gillette, Mrs. F. L., and Hugo Ziemann.
Akron, OH: The Werner Co., 1899.

Illustrated cloth covered boards; frontis of Mrs. McKinley; 651 pp; illustrated, including several
colored plates; index. Measures approximately 8” x 10”.
The White House Cookbook printed in German for German immigrants at the turn of the 20 th century.
The oilcloth-like surfaces of the covers show some cracking at the joints, but are not separated; scuffing
along the edges. Overall, in VG+ condition for an oversized cookbook! [16-DEAN]

Donated by Cultural Images

Estimated value: $25-50
Winning bid: $35 by Jody Boyd


6. Indian Hunts and Indian Hunters of the Old West.

HIBBEN, Frank C.
Long Beach: Safari Press, 1989.

First edition. One of 500 numbered and specially bound copies, signed by the author. Octavo. ix, [1], 228, [1, ad], [1] pp. With twenty-eight photographic illustrations. Publisher’s aqua morocco-grain cloth with gilt cover and spine lettering, gilt skull on front, pictorial endpapers, slipcase. A fine copy.

Donated by Nat DesMarais Rare Books

Estimated value: $250
Winning bid: $100 by John Thomas


7. Animal and Plant Correspondences

A. L. Kip.
New York: The Knickerbocker Press, 1902.

Cloth; First Edition; 237pp; Gray cloth boards, gilt lettering to front & spine, top edge gilt, wear to spine ends & corners of boards, hinges professionally repaired, gift inscription to FFEP with pencil inscription on verso, interior pages clean, binding is sound, VG- condition.

These studies are based on the doctrine that there is an exact parallelism or correspondence between every object in nature and some activity of the mind. Animals correspond in general to the loves or affections for doing things. E.g. the rhinoceros corresponds with the “desire for certitude before believing supernatural things,” and the rabbit’s “chewing its cud represents reflection over the things that are presented, and admiration of them, with perhaps a spasmodic desire of imitating the good that is portrayed.” Decorations at beginning & end of each chapter.

Donated by Book Happy Booksellers

Estimated value: $55
Winning bid: $45 by Rachelle Markley


8. Pictographs & Petroglyphs of the Oregon Country: Parts I & II.

Loring, J. Malcolm & Louise. Los Angeles: UCLA, 1982 & 1983.

A rare 2-volume set of the first edition of the scholarly monographs “Pictographs & Petroglyphs of the Oregon Country”. Part 1 is the Columbia River and Northern Oregon, Part II is Southern Oregon. Published by the Institute of Archaeology at the University of California, Los Angeles, the books are the result of twenty years of searching out and recording the ancient designs and drawings on rocks in Oregon and Washington. A second edition published in 1996 combined the volumes into one book.

Paperback, 326 and 356 pages. VG condition, edgewear to paper wraps; reader’s crease to spine of Part II. I found one set listed online in Germany for $330, and couldn’t locate any individual copies listed online. ISBNS are 0-917965-35-4 and 0-917956-43-5.

Donated by Monograph Bookwerks

Estimated value: $225
Winning bid: $200 by Ed Markiewicz


9. ISSEY MIYAKE Photographs by Irving Penn.
[Issey Miyake].
Boston: New York Graphic Society, 1988.

First edition. 4to. The publication of this book is a singular even in contemporary fashion, photography, and fine bookmaking. It unites the formidable talents of Japanese fashion designer Issey Miyake and American photographer Irving Penn. The first volume released in the United States about Miyake’s work, it is also the first time that Penn has accepted a commission to create a book-length suite of photographs on the work of a fellow artist. A fine copy in slick gleaming white boards in a price-clipped dust jacket (part of $ present).

Donated by Ed Smith Books

Estimated value: $100
Winning bid: $55 by John Brodie


10. The Shin’enkan Collection of Japanese Painting.

Essays by Joe D. Price Published by Kyoto Shoin Inc. 1984.

Green cloth boards are in fine condition, housed in a dark blue silk slip case. Title and publisher in gilt in English on one side, in Japanese on the reverse. Minor sunning to the spine of the slip case. Text is in English and Japanese. Full color plates are beautiful.

Donated by Wallace Books

Estimated value: $75
Winning bid: $25 by Amanda Doimas


11. Arabian Sands

Wilfred Thesiger.
New York: E.P. Dutton, 1959. 

Included by National Geographic in its “100 Greatest Adventure Books of All Time”, Arabian Sands recounts Thesiger’s travels in the Empty Quarter of Arabia. His descriptions of the vanishing way of life of the Bedouin are acclaimed as both honest and respectful.

Very good condition in good dust jacket. Minimal wear to book; main flaw is previous owner’s bookplate. Dust jacket has rubbing, some fading to spine, and an externally taped tear to the top rear hinge (see final photo.) Now in mylar. Folding map intact. First US edition.

Donated by Browsers’ Bookstore

Estimated value: $50
Current high bid: $10 by Joseph Witt


12. 
Sunset’s All-Western Garden Guide

Sunset Magazine, San Francisco, 1933.

Scarce first edition of this now-classic gardening book, currently in its ninth edition, which runs to 768 pages. This one is a scant 94 pages. Light soiling to wrappers, all else very good. 

Donated by Walkabout Books

Estimated value: $65
Winning bid: $40 by Scott Givens


Ephemera & Periodicals

13. Lot of Concert Posters.

Eight posters (some with staple holes from being removed from postings) of performances in Portland at such venues as Mt. Tabor Pub, Bitter End Pub, Roseland, Berbati’s Pan, The Burnside Bean, Conan’s Pub, and Lola’s.  Most date circa 1990s.  All but one measure 17” x 11”.

Donated by Cultural Images

Estimated value: $25
Winning bid: $40 by Glenn Mason


14. Dougan’s Seed Grains Poster.

Dougan Guernsey Farm, Beloit Wisconsin, circa 1940s.

A 1940s farm poster promoting Dougan Guernsey Farm seed and grains of Beloit, Wisconsin.. They offer a “full line of Certified Wisconsin Hybrid Corn” plus Forvic, Clinto & Vicland Oats. With a pedigree chart of “Mount Hope Independence” handwritten on the back, which I believe is a record of cattle and offspring with notes on fat, index and milk numbers with some dates noting 1944 to 1946..

Size is 14″ x 20″ printed on heavy card stock. Folded unevenly horizontally across the middle, with another vertical crease extending vertically to the bottom of the poster. Three pinholes, and very light moisture stains visible on two corners.

Donated by Monograph Bookwerks

Estimated value: $60
Winning bid: $20 by Amanda Doimas


15. Carl Mydans: An Eye Witness to Turbulent Japan, 1941-1951. Together with 3 page signed & corrected typed letter from Carl Mydans, a typed translation, a postcard from the exhibition at Nikon Salon, and a clipping of a newspaper review.

Mydans, Carl; edited by Jun Miki.
Tokyo: Nikkor Club, 1983.

Carl Mydans got his start during the Depression with the Farm Security Agency, and was soon after hired by Life magazine as one of its earliest staff photographers. He captured many images throughout WWII, was held prisoner for almost two years by the Japanese when they invaded the Philippines, and remained in Tokyo at Time-Life’s bureau after the war. 

In his postscript to the catalog, Jun Miki, one of Japan’s pioneers of photojournalism, quotes David Duncan: “I was still young when Carl was a superstar. During the signing of the surrender documents aboard the Missouri, while Carl was shooting the ceremony from behind MacArthur, I was watching from the mast of the Missouri.”

The images in this catalog cover Japan during and after the war. There are also images from the devastating 1948 earthquake in Fukui, which killed almost 4,000 people and destroyed 35,000 homes. Mydans happened to be there with a Relleiflex 120mm camera, and captured the devastation as it happened. 

The negatives for the photos of the Japanese attack on Manila were buried in “tin cans just before the Japanese seized the city. The film lay hidden there until the liberation three yeas later.” These pictures have never been published before.

The typed letter from Mydans gives details about photo #15, showing his wife marching with Japanese troops just 10 days before Pearl Harbor. This image was used by Life in their major story about Pearl Harbor. Mydans had intended for the picture to be just for he & his wife and so didn’t put a caption on it. However, because it was in the last batch of photos to leave Japan before the attack on Pearl Harbor, Life ran with it and supplied a caption, which claimed that Shelly Mydans was carrying a Bible–when in fact, it was her notebook for captions.) Letter dated March 22, 1983.

A stapled English translation is included, with essays by Shelley Mydans, Key K. Tateishi, captions to Carl Mydans’ photos, an interview with Jun Miki and the Mydans, and a postscript by Miki.

An uncommon exhibition, especially with translation, made even more interesting with the letter from Mydans. Very good condition, no flaws to note.

Donated by Browsers’ Bookstore

Estimated value: $150
Winning bid: $70 by Taylor Bowie


16. Personal Sketchbook of Native American Artist.

Susan Shoeships, ca. 1970s.

Commercial spiral bound sketchbook of 100 pages, 5 x 8 inches, approximately half filled with mostly penciled sketches of Native American people in traditional costume, but occasionally other kinds of images or brief notes. “Shoeships” written on front cover, and “My little book of art by Susan Shoeships / age 24 / if lost, please return.” written inside rear cover. Covers worn with water stain to bottom front edge and binding holes pulling away at head and tail, occasional smudges or light soiling to pages.

“Susan Sheoships, enrolled Cayuse-Walla Walla Indian, grew up on the Umatilla Indian Reservation and regularly attended the St. Andrew’s Mission, now home of Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts. Sheoships later attended the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, N.M., in 1969-70 and 1972-74, majoring in printmaking. She currently works as the Education Coordinator at Tamástslikt Cultural Institute, tribal museum of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, and has served as a board member and volunteer for several community arts organizations.” (crowsshadow.org)

Donated by Crooked House Books & Paper

Estimated value: $35
Winning bid: $100 by Kol Shaver


17. A Set of 3 Vintage Sunset Magazines, 1930-1933.

San Francisco: L.W. Lane, 1930-1933.

A set of 3 vintage Sunset Magazines (“The Pacific Monthly”): September 1930, May 1932 and April 1933. Contents and articles include “Through Western Windows,” “What to Do with Venison,” “Rustic Furniture and How to Make It,” “Spanish Furniture for Garden Homes,” and “For a Savage Feast, Try Barbecued Salmon”. Sounds delightful right about now. Side stapled with paper wraps, 42 to 58 pages each.

VG condition, edgewear along spine folds; some light soiling to covers; two issues have mailing addresses printed on front covers, one has address sticker to the back cover; one issue has the word “Fuschias” written in pencil under the title.

Donated by Monograph Bookwerks

Estimated value: $80
Winning bid: $75 by Rachelle Markley


Literature & Poetry

18. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (Pop-Up).

Baum, Frank; art by Robert Sabuda. Simon & Schulster, 2000, first printing of this edition.

Pop-up book and the sheet with price and barcode, blurb, printing information which was included in the original sealed bag. This book has been opened and the pop-ups worked only once; they are all in perfect condition. Book is Fine, clean and unmarked., no wear to the boards, no previous owner name or marks.

Donated by Barbara Mader, Children’s Books

Estimated value: $60
Winning bid: $25 by Phil Bevis


19. The Watcher and Other Stories.

Italo Calvino.
New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1971.

181 pp., 5.75 x 8.25 inches. Translated by William Weaver & Archibald Colquhoun. Cloth over boards in printed dust-jacket. Light rubbing to edges of jacket, and one small closed tear at top of back panel; faint spotting to front endsheets and fore-edge; still a bright, tight copy.

Donated by Passages Bookshop

Estimated value: $40
Winning bid: $35 by Gerry Rouff


20. Exile’s Return. A Literary Odyssey of the 1920s.

COWLEY, Malcolm.
New York: LEC, 1981.

First edition with Berenice Abbott photographs. One of 2000 numbered copies, signed by the author and the photographer. Octavo. xx, [2], 281, [1], [1, colophon], [1] pp. plus twelve full page photographic illustrations (of which four are by Abbott). Publisher’s quarter brown cloth over decorative brown boards, silver spine lettering, slipcase (light wear). A very good copy.

Donated by Nat DesMarais Rare Books

Estimated value: $75
Winning bid: $35 Jody Boyd


21. Little Dorrit.


Charles Dickens.
London: Bradbury and Evans, 1857.

First edition in book form from parts (monthly issue). Recently rebound in Blue Morocco and hand marbled paper. New end papers. Text and Illustrations by H. K. Brown,”Phiz” free of foxing. Usual minor age toning to text.

Donated by Joseph Ziemba, Bookbinder

Estimated value: $475
Winning bid: $100 by Ed Smith


22. Ivan Doig signed limited broadside.

Ivan Doig.
Spring Valley Press, 1983.

Signed and limited Ivan Doig broadside printed in 1983 by Spring Valley Press (Langley, WA).

1 of 200cc presented to members of the Book Club of Washington.

The quote is from Doig’s Winter Brothers, published in 1980.

Donated by Collins Books

Estimated value: $200
Winning bid: $20 by Ed Smith


23. Planet News.

Allen Ginsberg.
San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1982.

Fifth printing. Signed by Allen Ginsberg and dated 11/12/83 on the title page in blue ink. Bound in publisher’s original white wraps printed in black. Very Good or better with some light creasing and toning to wraps. Pages unmarked but lightly toned. A nice copy.

Donated by Burnside Rare Books

Estimated value: $75
Winning bid: $65 by Julie Wallace


24. True North
Jim Harrison.
NY: Grove Press, 2004.

First edition. #211 of 250 numbered copies signed by Jim Harrison. An epic tale that pits a son against the legacy of his family’s desecration of the earth, and his own father’s more personal violations, Jim Harrison’s True North is a beautiful and moving novel that speaks to the territory in our hearts that calls us back to our roots. A fine copy in light blue cloth with matching publisher’s slipcase.

Donated by Ed Smith Books

Estimated value: $75
Winning bid: $35 by Elise Schumock


25. God Emperor of Dune

Frank Herbert.
NY: Putnam, 1981.

First edition. The fourth book in the DUNE series takes place 3500 years after the events of the original trilogy and tells the story of Leto, the son of Paul Atreides, saviour of the planet Dune. Leto still lives but is no longer human. He has traded his humanity for virtual immortality by undergoing what will soon be a total transformation into the magnificent and enormous sandworm of Dune. 411 pages. A fine copy bound in black cloth over boards with brilliant gilt spine lettering in a near fine to fine dust jacket.

Donated by Ed Smith Books

Estimated value: $75
Winning bid: $50 by Jody Boyd


26. LETTERS OF EDWARD LEAR TO CHICHESTER FORTESCUE, LORD CARLINGFORD AND FRANCES, COUNTESS WALDEGRAVE. EDITED BY LADY STRACHEY

LEAR, EDWARD. New York: Duffield and Co. 1907. First American Edition.

Octavo. Green spine over darker green cloth covered boards. Spine has 1/4 inch tear at bottom, and a few light marks to cover, bindng tight.
xi,327 pages, appendix, index. 20 plates, four in color, text illustrations. Note: Frontis portrait is from a Daguerrotype of Lear and Chester Fortescue taken in 1857 Title page in black and red. . Very good, bright copy. Letters from England, Rome, Greece, Corfu, Malta, Switzerland, etc. “Just this moment I think I must have a piano: that may do me good. But then I remember Miss Hendon over my head has one and plays jocular jigs continually.”

Donated by Studio Books

Estimated value: $50
Current high bid: $50 by Karen Tolley


27. Elusive Butterfly and Other Lyrics.

Bob Lind.
Portland: Phoenix Press, 1971.

Cloth in DJ; First Edition; 63pp; Slight wrinkling to rear panel of DJ, DJ protected by mylar sleeve, text unmarked, binding is tight, Near Fine/VG condition. Hand bound edition limited to 500 copies. Mimeographed poem of unknown origin laid in.

Collection of lyrics by the singer-songwriter Bob Lind. His hit song “Elusive Butterfly” reached number five on the US and UK charts in 1966.

Donated by Book Happy Booksellers

Estimated value: $50
Winning bid: $15 by Jody Boyd


28. Mama Day [Signed First Edition].

Naylor, Gloria. New York: Ticknor & Fields, 1988.

First printing, fine copy in fine dust jacket. Signed by Naylor on the half-title page.

Donated by Walkabout Books

Estimated value: $45
Winning bid: $30 Amanda Doimas


29. Cross Creek.
Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings.
NY: Scribner’s, 1942.

First edition. With decorations by Edward Shenton. With the Scribner’s “A” but without the seal, and with the front flap price in red, $2.50. By the author of ‘The Yearling’. The author’s autobiographical account of her relationships with her neighbors and her beloved Florida hammocks. With a jacket design by Robert Camp Jr. A fine copy in a fine dust jacket.

Donated by Ed Smith Books

Estimated value: $200
Winning bid: $70 by Jody Boyd


30. Lot of 7 Books – Classics: Dickens, Rabelais, Manzoni, etc.

Seven titles in this lot:

Dickens, Charles. American Notes for General Circulation. Limited Editions Club, 1975. With glassine wrapper, in slipcase.
Dickens’ Childrens Stories, retold by Mortimer Kaphan. Chicago: Donnohue, 1917.
Gissing, George. The Immortal Dickens. London, Cecil Palmer, 1925. First edition.
Nisbet, Ada. Dickens & Ellen Ternan. Berkeley: University of California, 1952.
Manzoni, Alessandro. I Promessi Sposi (The Betrothed). Limited Editions Club, 1951.
Rabelais. Five books of the Lives, Heroic Deeds and Sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel.. London: Fraser Press, 1970.
Chants et Chansons Populaires de la France. Troisieme Serie. Librairie de Garnier, Freres, 1843. Text in French.

All very good or better.

Donated by Nat DesMarais Rare Books

Estimated value: $150
Winning bid: $45 by Kol Shaver


31. Lot of 35 Ace Doubles.

A group of 35 mass market paperbacks in the Ace Double series. Most are the shorter (older) variety.  Generally good to very good–minimal spine creases, minimal cover creases, covers generally bright. Usual toned pages and stiff binding glue. I’m too lazy to type the full author/titles but the numbers are listed below, and all spines photographed:

F-113
F-117
F-127
F-129
F-199
F-223
F-261
F-289
G-576
G-609
G-614
H-20
H-22
H-27
H-29
H-40
H-51
H-95
M-103
M-105
M-107
M-109
M-113
M-117
M-141
05595
06707
11182
11560
13783
13805
37062
66525
72400
78400

Donated by Browsers’ Bookstore

Estimated value: $35
Winning bid: $70 by Julie Wallace


32. Lot of Two Super-Duper Rare Children’s Books by PNW Authors. One signed. 

Beverly Cleary; illustrated by Earl Thollander. The Hullabaloo ABC. Berkeley: Parnassus Press, 1960.
Evelyn Sibley Lampman; illustrated by Bernard Krigstein. Rusty’s Space Ship. New York: Doubleday, 1957.

Cleary: This book was recently reprinted with new illustrations, but these original Thollander (of Back Roads of Oregon, etc. fame) illustrations are wonderful. Cleary was known by this time, but wasn’t the super-star she is today. I hope this book goes to a dealer who can get it signed! Near fine copy, lime cloth boards, presumed first edition (NAP). DJ is bright but has two taped tears near head of spine panel, longer tear along bottom of front hinge. But it’s nice and clean.

Lampman: The illustrator Bernard Krigstein was a comic book artist who won acclaim for his story “Master Race” (about a Nazi death camp commandant 10 years later) in 1955, and the great dust jacket for 1959’s Manchurian Candidate. Pretty serious stuff, but in between he illustrated this ridiculous science fiction adventure by Lampman, best known today for her classic Shy Stegosaurus books. Inscribed by Lampman on half-title page to a fourth grade teacher. Very good, first edition stated, no serious flaws. DJ is good only with fading to entirety but especially spine panel, long tear (more than half way) along front fore edge (no loss), a few other short tears with minimal loss, price of $2.95 intact.

Note: A quick search on ABE at time of entry shows no copies of the Cleary are for sale; two copies of the Lampman are for sale ($150 sans or $400 w/ jacket) but neither are signed. Set your own price! 🙂

Donated by Browsers’ Bookstore

Estimated value: $250-?
Winning bid: $300 by Dave Smith


33. Winter Prairie Woman

LeSueur, Meridel.
MN Center for Book Art, 1990.

Winter Prairie Woman (1990)
Text by Meridel Le Sueur
Wood engravings by Sandy Spieler
Designed and printed under the direction of Gaylord Schanilec

Deluxe edition bound by Jill Jevne

In cloth clamshell.
Like New

Donated by Save Your Books

Estimated value: $300
Winning bid: $100 by David Abel

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