AND OTHER BOOK-RELATED EVENTS
Portrait of a Black Intellectual
Abraham: A Play by Roswitha, the Nun of Gandersheim, Translated by Richard S. Lambert, Wembley Hill, England: The Stanton Press, 1922, No. 95 of 100 copies printed (Mary Hyde's copy with a presentation card tipped in stating, "For Dearest Mary, from David").
Himalayan Reverie by Philip Hofer, Cambridge, Ma: Privately printed for Philip Hofer, 1958 (presentation copy given to Mary Hyde with an A.L.S. from the author).
The Rector of Justin by Louis Auchincloss, Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1964 (4th printing) Presentation copy given to Donald Hyde with a T. L. S. from the author).
Introductions to the Catalogue of the Ashley Library by various hands, New York: William H. Smith, 1934.
A Tale of Two Books by Ward Ritchie, Van Nuys: Printed by Richard J. Hoffman for The Book Collectors, 1985.
A Burlesque Translation of Homer by Thomas Bridges, New York: At the Sentimental Epicure's Ordinary, 1809, two vols. (A. Edward Newton's copy, lot 277 in the 1941 Newton Sale).
Wings of Tomorrow: the Adventures of a Cadet at the Air Force Academy by Marian Talmadge and Iris Gilmore, New York: Dodd, Mead, 1958
The Old Book Collector's Miscellany, or, a Collection of Readable Reprints of Literary Rarities, Illustrative of the History, Literature, Manners, and biography of the English Nation During the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries by Charles Hindley, London: Reeves and Turner, 1871 (Vol I only, only six copies were printed on this coloured paper).
T. V. Chariot No. 9/10 Nov'78/Jan/79 Battlestar Galactica edited by Robert Cain, Mesa, AZ: T. v. Chariot Productions, 1958 (for my grandkids Dylan and Noah).
Whiling Away the Time with the Catalogue of the Library of a Collector and Amateur