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UTILITY HOUSE DRESS. WOMEN'S SLEEPWEAR ADVERTISEMENT FOLDOUT.

UTILITY HOUSE DRESS. WOMEN'S SLEEPWEAR ADVERTISEMENT FOLDOUT.

by [M. ALSHULER CO., WAUKEGAN, ILLINOIS]

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Waukegan: M. Alshuler Co., 1915., 1915. First edition. First edition. 6" x 7" sheet folded to 6 panels. Advertisement. Illustrations. Black ink with the Utility Garment shown in blue. The front panel has a picture of a young woman wearing a Utility House Dress, a dress that reverses when soiled. The same young woman is shown slipping on the "UTILITY" like a coat with information on the inside of both folds. Near fine condition. Also includes a 6" x 2 1/4" business card for the Kroeger Piano Company, New York. Front of card shows the portrait of a lovely young lady. Rear of card offers Kroeger business information. Card is soiled and worn at edges and corners. Good plus.
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M. MICHAEL & BRO. WHOLESALER DEALERS IN BUGGIES, CARTS, PHAETONS, ETC. (COVER TITLE)

M. MICHAEL & BRO. WHOLESALER DEALERS IN BUGGIES, CARTS, PHAETONS, ETC. (COVER TITLE)

by [M. MICHAEL & BRO., PEDCAH, KENTUCKY]

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Paducah, Kentucky: Privately printed for M. Michael & Bro., n. d. (ca 1885)., 1885. First edition. 5 7/16" x 8 5/8" oblong printed stapled wrappers, 52 pp., illustrated. A lovely trade catalogue for this Kentucky-based carriage manufacturer. Each page carries an illustration of a different carriage, a few of which show amusing little elves working on the carriages. Most give specifications on the carriages, including wheel and body size, leg room, etc. This M. Michael & Bro. catalogue is not listed on OCLC, which only lists an 1895 catalogue for the firm (three copies located); nor is it listed in Romaine. A small chip to the fore-edge of the front cover else a near fine copy. Scarce and quite nice.
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A SOUVENIR. 1902. A FEW OF THE CHAMPIONS WE HAVE SOLD

A SOUVENIR. 1902. A FEW OF THE CHAMPIONS WE HAVE SOLD

by [M. H. TICHENOR & CO., CHICAGO, ILLINOIS]

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Chicago: M. H. Tichenor, 1902., 1902. First edition. 5" x 21" cardboard sheet, accordion-folded to 5" x 3" and printed on both sides. On front cover is a color picture of The Baby, pulling a carriage. Opens to 12 beautiful color pictures of champion horses bred by Tichenor & Co., whose stable were located at the Union Stock Yards. Artwork was done by Frank Whitney, who was known for artwork of animals and who also did posters for events at the Chicago Stock Yards. The pictures of the champion horses include Drummer Boy, Bagatelle, Wellington, The Only Way, Radiant, Nut Pick, Burlingham, Challenger, Glorious Thunder Cloud, Glorious Flying Cloud, Fly, and Exclusive. Red staining to front cover and to edges of 1 panel as well as damp staining to rear cover. Green ribbon thread through the accordion cards broken in places. Good.
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[COMMITTEE ON THE PACIFIC RAILROAD] REPORT...

[COMMITTEE ON THE PACIFIC RAILROAD] REPORT...

by W.M. STEWART

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[Washington]: 1869., 1869. First edition. First Edition. Disbound. 31pp. Large Folding Map. 27.5"x14". 40th Congress, 3rd Session. Senate. Rep. Com. No. 219. A detailed response by the majority members of the Committee on the Pacific Railroad to criticisms published and reported by a minority of members of the same committee in regard to the reason why the Committee is recommending that the government should provide funding to various railroad companies to develop the railway system. An important report. The map is national in scope and is entitled "THE GREAT RAIL ROAD ROUTES TO THE PACIFIC, AND THEIR CONNECTIONS 1869". Produced by the American Photo-Lithographic Company, New York (Osborne's Process). In regard to railways, the map shows "Northern & Southern Pacific Trunk Lines", Completed Railways, and Projected Railways, with all projected railways shown in the western United States. It also shows most rivers and many mountain ranges, as well as cities and… Read More
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SUPREME MASTER OF WESTERN ART

SUPREME MASTER OF WESTERN ART

by MAC, TANA

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N.P.: True West, 1959., 1959. First edition. Story taken from True West magazine, Vol. 6, No. 4, March-April, 1959. Printed wrappers, 5 pp., illustrated. Charles M. Russell's friends in Montana insist he was the supreme master of western art. Photographs of Russell, his wife, Nancy, and examples of his art. Fine, stapled into a manila folder.
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THE FERGUSON AFFAIR.

THE FERGUSON AFFAIR.

by MACDONALD, ROSS.

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1960., 1960. First edition. First edition. Top staining somewhat faded, former owner's name embossed on front fly leaf, else fine in price-clipped dust jacket lightly toned on the rear cover and lightly rubbed at top corner of front cover. Bill Gunnarson, a young California lawyer, is hired to clear a nurse's name from accusations of theft. What begins as a case involving serial burglaries quickly becomes increasingly complex as murder and kidnapping are added into the mix ... all of which are tied to ill-fated relationships and family dysfunctions years in the making. A handsome copy with none of the usual fading to the mustard yellow of the spine panel. Housed in a cloth slipcase.
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THE GOODBYE LOOK.

THE GOODBYE LOOK.

by MACDONALD, ROSS.

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New York: Knopf, 1969., 1969. First edition. First edition. A review copy with the slip laid-in and the author's personal copy with penciled notations in his hand on the front fly leaf and signed "K. M." He provides the page and the needed corrections to be made. Fine, bright copy in a bright, dust jacket. Housed in a cloth slipcase. Lew Archer is hired to investigate a burglary at the mansion of Irene and Larry Chalmers. The prime suspect is their son, Nick, who has a real talent for disappearing. As Archer zeros in on Nick, he discovers a troubled blonde, a stash of wartime letters, and a mysterious hobo. Then a dead body turns up in a car on an empty beach. And then Nick turns up with a Colt 45! An attractive copy.
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THE MOVING TARGET.

THE MOVING TARGET.

by MACDONALD, JOHN.

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1949., 1949. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Fine in price-clipped dust jacket that is very lightly sunned on the spine and has been professionally restored at the spine ends, corners, and extremities by a paper conservator. The first Lew Archer novel, later made into the hit movie "Harper" with Paul Newman as Lew Archer. California millionaire Ralph Sampson keeps odd company ... a sun-worshiping holy man to whom Sampson once gave his very own mountain; a fading actress with sidelines in astrology and S&M; etc. Now one of Sampson's friends may have arranged his kidnapping. Lew Archer investigates, leading him into a blend of sex, greed and family hatred. A Haycraft/Queen Cornerstone title housed in a cloth slipcase.
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GREAT STORIES OF SUSPENSE.

GREAT STORIES OF SUSPENSE.

by MACDONALD, ROSS [EDITED BY].

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1974., 1974. First edition. First edition. Review copy with the slip laid-in. Signed by Ross Macdonald on the front free fly leaf. Nine-page introduction by Macdonald. Prints four complete novels by Dick Francis, Kenneth Fearing, Agatha Christie, and MacDonald's own "The Far Side of the Dollar," together with stories by Graham Greene, Michael Gilbert, John Collier, and John Cheever. Included are the novel, The Big Clock, by Kenneth Fearing, a bibliomystery set within the community of a large publisher where a young woman is murdered and her killer is a member of the publishing company. Also there is a short story The Terrapin, by Patricia Highsmith, in which a young boy, because of his mis-deeds, is required to memorize poetry by his mother, who is an illustrator of children's books. His concern for a terrapin brought home for soup leads to tragic circumstances. The Comforts of Home by Flannery O'Connor, tells us of a man who writes history for a… Read More
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THE GREEN RIPPER.

THE GREEN RIPPER.

by MACDONALD, JOHN D.

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Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, [1979]., 1979. First edition. First edition. Signed by the author on the half title page. Fine bright copy in a bright dust jacket. An exceptional copy. Travis McGee mystery novel.
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BARRIER ISLAND.

BARRIER ISLAND.

by MACDONALD, JOHN D.

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1986., 1986. First edition. First edition. Inscribed on the half title page, "For Captain Roo -Any friend of T. McGee is a friend of mine! Best regards/ John D. MacDonald/ 19 Aug '86." This is his last book and it is scarce signed. Fine in dust jacket. In West Bay, Mississippi, land developer Tuck Loomis fraudulently acquires Barrier Island and supposedly plans to turn this ecologically important area into an exclusive enclave consisting of million dollar homes. In reality, Loomis plans to sell the island to the U.S. Parks Department at an overly inflated price. When realtor Wade Rowley learns of Loomis' plan, he sets out to thwart the deal. Quickly, Wade discovers that all the right people have been bribed, making Tuck's scheme unstoppable.
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WARRANT FOR X.

WARRANT FOR X.

by MACDONALD, PHILIP.

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New York: Pocket Books, Inc., [1945]., 1945. First edition. First paperback edition. Pocket Book 328. Tiny chip to foot of spine, else fine, unread copy in pictorial wrappers.
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THE BARBAROUS COAST.

THE BARBAROUS COAST.

by MACDONALD, ROSS.

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1956., 1956. First edition. First edition. Fine in dust jacket with light restoration to head of spine. PI Lew Archer is hired to find Hester Campbell, a bomb-shell beauty and swimming instructor at The Channel Club, who has simply disappeared. As Lew pokes around Malibu, he quickly finds himself in a case involving blackmail, blood-money, and murder! Housed in a cloth slipcase.
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THE WRAITH.

THE WRAITH.

by MACDONALD, PHILIP.

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Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., [1931]., 1931. First edition. First U.S. edition. 8vo. Near fine copy in a spectacular, bright dust jacket. An old man crippled by his injuries caused in the World War, lives entirely alone except for his collection of cats which were now his only interest in life. Then one of his cat's horribly mutilated body was discovered by the villagers and that started the whole frightful dance of death. It began with cats, but ended with murder. An exceptional copy and a Crime Club title.
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THE GALTON CASE.

THE GALTON CASE.

by MACDONALD, ROSS

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New York: Knopf, 1959., 1959. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Inscribed by the author to his lawyer and longtime friend, "For Harris and Nancy [Seed] two of the best people I know. Affectionately, Ken, April 1959." Fine in dust jacket with light wear to spine ends, and with one small closed tear to top edge of rear panel. Lew Archer is hired by an elderly woman to find her son, Anthony Galton. Anthony disappeared twenty-three years before along with a suspiciously streetwise bride and several thousand dollars of his family's fortune. Archer's investigation turns up is a headless skeleton, a boy who claims to be Galton's son, and a con game whose stakes are so high that someone is still willing to kill for them. Beautiful copy.
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THE BLUE HAMMER.

THE BLUE HAMMER.

by MACDONALD, ROSS.

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1976., 1976. First edition. First edition. Signed by the author on the front fly leaf. Housed in a cloth slipcase. Boards lightly sunned at the edges, else fine in dust jacket, with a tiny crease to bottom edge of front panel. Lew Archer is hired to find a painting that had been stolen. The painting may or may not be genuine and was painted by an artist who may or may not be dead. Archer digs through the deceit that has been festering for more than 20 years until he uncovers the startling truth. The last Lew Archer novel.
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PERSONS UNKNOWN. AN EXERCISE IN DETECTION.

PERSONS UNKNOWN. AN EXERCISE IN DETECTION.

by MACDONALD, PHILIP.

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Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1931., 1931. First edition. First edition. True first edition. Published in U.K. as The Maze in 1932. Former owner's inked name on front pastedown sheet, small old water stain to bottom edge of some pages, else near fine in a bright dust jacket with light restoration to the edges. "Here, for the first time, is a mystery story that places you in a position of complete equality with the detective--in this case the famous Colonel Anthony Gethryn," says the front cover of the dust jacket. 20th Century Crime & Mystery Writers says, "---Macdonald made his views clear before writing Persons Unknown, stating that he proposed "a due and proper unfolding to the reader of the tale and of the relevant pieces, however small, of the puzzle...the ideal detective story is a sort of competition between author and reader." Attractive copy of a Crime Club mystery.
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THE CHILL.

THE CHILL.

by MACDONALD, ROSS

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1964., 1964. First edition. First edition. 8vo. Inscribed on the front free fly leaf: "For Marvin Epstein, a valued aficanado with my regards, Ken Millar (Ross Macdonald)." Fine, bright, square copy in a bright, sharp dust jacket. Private detective Lew Archer is hired to find a missing wife who has vanished, apparently of her own free will, only a day into her honeymoon. Archer's investigation soon reveals a deeper, darker story involving two murders 20 years apart. An exceptional copy of arguably his finest novel.
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ONE MORE SUNDAY.

ONE MORE SUNDAY.

by MACDONALD, JOHN D.

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1984., 1984. First edition. First edition. Presentation inscription on the half-title page from the author and dated in the year of publication, "For Toni and Dagg, Good companions on the journey. All the best, John and Doro, 3 April '84." Light spotting to the top edges else fine in dust jacket with a hint of wear to the spine ends. The Eternal Church of the Believer, a wholly owned subsidiary of the charismatic Meadows family, has a national following of loyal tithers, round the clock cable TV programming, plenty of valuable real estate and its own university. But lurking beneath the squeaky clean veneer of uncompromising religiosity is a culture of hypocrisy, greed, jealousy and sexual promiscuity.
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EARLY MILLAR. THE FIRST STORIES OF ROSS MACDONALD & MARGARET MILLAR.

EARLY MILLAR. THE FIRST STORIES OF ROSS MACDONALD & MARGARET MILLAR.

by MACDONALD, ROSS AND MARGARET MILLAR.

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Santa Barbara: Cordelia Editions, 1982., 1982. First edition. First edition. 8vo. With an introduction by Ralph B. Sipper. One of 150 numbered copies this being copy 84. In 1931 the first stories by Margaret Sturm (later Millar) and Kenneth Millar appeared in their high school magazine, The Grumbler. The stories appear here and Margaret's Grumbler contribution was a short story titled IMPROMPTU and Kenneth wrote a Sherlock Holmes pastiche called THE SOUTH SEA SOUP CO. Each story, at that early time, foreshadow the writing style for which each is remembered today. As new, unread copy.
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