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1) Portrait in Two Colours
Jackman, Stuart B.
  Portrait in Two Colours
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. Very Good in Very Good- dj. 1949. First Edition. Hardcover. (price-clipped) [moderate shelfwear to book, a little soiled on top edge; jacket heavily rubbed w/some wear at edges & corners]. Story of a British veteran who returns from World War II experience in the Persian Desert, and finds himself afflicted with a "mental and physical crisis" brought on by "something at the back of this young man's mind -- something forceful and insistent, t ... more information

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$12.00
2) Sugar and Spite [*SIGNED*]
Jackson, Mike
  Sugar and Spite [*SIGNED*]
Garden City NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc.. Near Fine in Near Fine dj. 1964. First Edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . [bottom rear corner bumped, no other significant wear; jacket shows minor edge- and surface-wear]. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the ffep. A collection of short pieces, "free-wheeling commentary on the vagaries and verities of our untidy times," apparently repurposed newspaper columns from the author's contributions to the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner and the Laguna ... more information

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3) Karin Ellis
Jackson, Michael
  Karin Ellis
Philadelphia: Penn Publishing Company. Very Good. (c.1941). First Edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . (no dust jacket) [solid copy, mild shelfwear, a little soiling to bottom edge, "David O. Selznick Productions" stamped on bottom edge, both pastedowns and title page]. Very hard-to-find novel, about a young woman who becomes a cosmetics/makeup mogul. The "David O. Selznick Productions" stamps which adorn this book would indicate that it was being considered for movie production at one tim ... more information

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$60.00
4) A Daughter of the Pit
Jackson, Margaret Doyle
  A Daughter of the Pit
Boston/New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company. Good+. 1903. First Edition. Hardcover. (no dust jacket) [moderately worn book, light bumping and wear evident at all corners and spine ends, a bit of soiling to page edges and front cover, hinges a little tender]. Novel of life in the coal-mining country of the north of England. .

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$40.00
5) Images of Children in American Film: A Sociocultural Analysis
Jackson, Kathy Merlock
  Images of Children in American Film: A Sociocultural Analysis
Metuchen NJ/London: The Scarecrow Press, Inc.. Near Fine. 1986. First Edition. Hardcover. (no dust jacket, as issued) [a nice, as-new copy, upper part of spine slightly indented, but no other discernible wear]. (B&W photographs) Historical survey of how children have been presented on-screen, from the early silent era to "the Age of Spielberg." "Originally presented as the author's theses (doctoral--Bowling Green State University.") Bibliography and filmography included. ... more information

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$35.00
6) They Called Them Angels: American Military Nurses of World War II
Jackson, Kathi
  They Called Them Angels: American Military Nurses of World War II
Westport CT/London: Praeger. Near Fine. 2000. 2nd printing. Hardcover. 0-275-96899-5 . (no dust jacket, as issued) [minor wear at extremties, faint soiling to top page edges, very shallow dent in top edge of front cover]. (B&W photographs) A history of nursing in the armed services during World War II. About half the book is devoted to chapters about each theater of the war: the Pacific Theater; the Mediterranean Theater; The European Theater; The China-Burma-India Theater; The United States and ... more information

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$50.00
7) Honorable Discharge: Memoirs of an Army Dyke: The Donna Jackson Story
Jackson, Donna
  Honorable Discharge: Memoirs of an Army Dyke: The Donna Jackson Story
San Francisco: The Cristie & Stefin Company. Near Fine. 1994. First Edition. Softcover. 0963985507 . [minor soiling to fore-edge, slight edgewear]. Trade PB "The true story of a Lesbian GI and the people and events that brought Donna to the frontlines of Gays vs. the Army battle." .

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$10.00
8) Whistle for Me
Jackson, Michael
  Whistle for Me
New York: William Morrow & Co.. Very Good in Very Good dj. 1933. First Edition. Hardcover. [a little discoloration to cloth at joints, light staining to gutters and both pastedowns, slight bumping to several corners; jacket is edgeworn and lightly soiled, with various small tears (including 1-1/2" split at bottom front hinge), a bit of paper loss at both ends of spine (no loss of text)] The author's first (and only) novel, about a quartet of young people, two of whom are ambitious musical ... more information

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9) Pantoufle
Jackson, Frederick
  Pantoufle
New York: Alfred A. Knopf. Very Good. 1935. First Edition. Hardcover. (no dust jacket) [moderate shelfwear and light soiling to bottom edges, a bit of smudging to cloth covers, spine cloth slightly darkened]. Novel about a charming half-French, half-English roue, described as a "boudoir slipper" (meaning one who slips in and out of boudoirs), who seduces his way all around Paris and the Riviera. The New York Times reviewer thought it "the kind of book to read in a deck chair and to cas ... more information

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$25.00
10) This Porcelain Clay
Jacob, Naomi
  This Porcelain Clay
New York: The Macmillan Company. Very Good- in Fair dj. 1939. 1st U.S. edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . (price-clipped) [ex-lending library book, worn but intact, markings confined to pocket on front pastedown and remnants of label on ffep; jacket heavily edgeworn, moderately soiled, top 1-1/2" of spine missing (but not affecting spine text), torn and ragged along top edge (more so to rear panel); see note about wrap-around cover]. "The author of the famous novels of Jewish life, the Claudia and ... more information

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11) "Honour Come Back --"
Jacob, Naomi
  "Honour Come Back --"
New York: The Macmillan Company. Fine in Near Fine dj. 1935. First Edition. Hardcover. [lovely copy, tight, square and clean with no discernible wear, attractive vintage bookplate on ffep; jacket has one small closed tear at top of front panel, otherwise just a touch of edgewear here and there and some light soiling to the rear panel]. Story of a young man who, since childhood, has hated the sight of pain, and is considered a coward by his father. "When, despite his loathing of suffering, he is ... more information

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$75.00
12) Barren Metal
Jacob, Naomi
  Barren Metal
New York: The Macmillan Company. Very Good. 1937. Unstated ed. Hardcover. NOISBN . (no dust jacket) [moderate external wear, a bit of soiling to yellow cloth, two previous owners' names on ffep]. Novel about a family of Jewish immigrants in London, which begins in 1880. .

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$15.00
13) The Tinhorn
Jacobs, Arthur N.
  The Tinhorn
Minneapolis: Sexton Press. Very Good+. (c.1927). Second Edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . (no dust jacket) [solid copy, a bit of wear at edges/extremities, rear corners slightly bumped, small bookseller's stamp on front pastedown]. "A novel depicting American political life," which according to the author's introduction "is intended to be not so much a novel as an expose of politics. The story is built around characters that are typical to American political life. These characters ... more information

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$18.00
14) Film Comment (September-October 1989) [Lillian Gish/INTOLERANCE cover]
Jacobson, Harlan, ed.
  Film Comment (September-October 1989) [Lillian Gish/INTOLERANCE cover]
New York: Film Society of Lincoln Center. Near Fine. 1989. (Vol. 25, No. 5). Periodical. NOISBN . [nice clean copy, minor handling wear, very short diagonal crease at upper corner of front cover]. (B&W photographs) Article about the restoration of D.W. Griffith's INTOLERANCE; article about Norman Jewison and IN COUNTRY; article about STORY OF WOMEN (Claude Chabrol); an appreciation of Laurence Olivier, by Richard Schickel; interview with Euzhan Palcy about her film A DRY WHITE SEASON; a review ... more information

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$10.00
15) Hollywood Haunted: A Ghostly Tour of Filmland [*SIGNED*]
Jacobson, Laurie, and Marc Wanamaker
  Hollywood Haunted: A Ghostly Tour of Filmland [*SIGNED*]
Santa Monica CA: Angel City Press. Near Fine. 1994. 2nd printing. Hardcover. (pictorial boards, no dust jacket, as issued) [nice clean copy, slight fading at spine and along top edge of front cover, minor surface wear to rear cover]. (B&W photographs) INSCRIBED and SIGNED by author Jacobson on the ffep. A compendium of tales of supernatural goings-on in Hollywood. The first section, "Supernatural Superstars," features short chapters on Bessie Love; Sharon Tate and Paul Bern; Grace Moore ... more information

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$15.00
16) Salamandastron [*SIGNED*]
Jacques, Brian
  Salamandastron [*SIGNED*]
New York: Philomel Books. Near Fine in Very Good dj. 1993. First American Edition. Hardcover. 0-399-21992-7 . (price-clipped) [nice clean copy, very light wear to cloth at spine extremities; jacket moderately edgeworn, unobtrusive 1-1/2" closed tear at bottom front hinge, some minor creasing near top/bottom edges, minor wear at spine ends, small closed tear at bottom of rear panel, quite presentable in new Brodart jacket protector]. INSCRIBED ("To / my pal / _________") and SIGNED by the ... more information

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$85.00
17) Univers du Cinema
Jacques, Pierre
  Univers du Cinema
Paris: Editions Felix Touron. Near Fine in Very Good+ dj. (c.1966). First Edition. Hardcover. (original clear mylar jacket) [very mild handling wear, faint soiling to bottom edge; mylar jacket shows some surface wear, no tears]. (B&W/color photographs) Profusely illustrated history of world cinema; text in French, but still a visual feast despite the language barrier. [Note: big fat heavy book; extra shipping charges may apply.] (++) .

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$40.00
18) Through Ramona's Country
James, George Wharton
  Through Ramona's Country
Boston: Little, Brown and Company. Very Good. 1909 (c.1908). Later Printing. Hardcover. (pictorial cloth; no dust jacket) [moderately worn and lightly soiled copy, bottom corners bumped, small faded spot at base of spine, both hinges starting; private library label (Library of Frank Graves and Frances Babcock Cressey) on front pastedown, accompanied by contemporary gift inscription to Mrs. Cressey "from her fellow-campers in the mountains of Ramona's Country"; a list of some of the author ... more information

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19) Sleeveless Errand
James, Norah C.
  Sleeveless Errand
New York: William Morrow & Company. Near Fine in Very Good dj. 1929. 5th printing. Hardcover. [bottom corners bumped, otherwise a tight clean copy with no significant wear; jacket is the Grosset & Dunlap (later printing) issue, worn along bottom edge with various small tears and associated creasing, a couple of white scrape marks at front hinge, long vertical crease at edge of front flap]. "At the same table in a London coffee-shop sit a man and a woman. The man has just discovered that ... more information

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$100.00
20) Movietone News; issue number 62-63 (December 29, 1979)
Jameson, Richard T., ed.
  Movietone News; issue number 62-63 (December 29, 1979)
Seattle: The Seattle Film Society. Very Good+. 1979. (No. 62-63). Stapled wraps. NOISBN . [mild wear at corners, subscriber's name/address printed on rear cover]. (B&W photographs) Features include: an interview with Peter Weir; an appreciation of Weir's film PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK; an interview with Philip Noyce, director of NEWSFRONT (illustrated on the cover); an article, "Rossellini' STROMBOLI and [Ingrid] Bergman's Face"; a report on the 1979 Telluride Film Festival ( ... more information

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$12.00
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