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1) Hail, Alma Pater
Dubin, Harry
  Hail, Alma Pater
New York: Hermitage House. Near Fine in Very Good+ dj. 1954. 2nd printing. Hardcover. NOISBN . [minimal wear to book, slight age-toning to edges of text block; jacket lightly soiled, with a few tiny nicks at spine ends, one tiny closed tear at bottom of rear panel]. (line drawings in text) Comic novel "about the funny side of parental guidance and the serious side of son-parent attachment" Set mostly at a fictional prep school, "Fairfield School for Boys," in Riverdale, New York, ... more information

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$35.00
2) Hail, Hero!
Weston, John
  Hail, Hero!
New York: David McKay Company, Inc.. Near Fine in Near Fine dj. (c.1968). First Edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . [nice clean copy, minor wear to base of spine; jacket slightly age-toned at spine, no other significant wear]. Novel about "the twenty-four hours in the life of a young man just before he goes into military service," even though he's passionately against war and does intend to do any killing: "he wants only to look in the face of the man who will try to kill him, and love tha ... more information

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$60.00
3) A Hair Divides
Houghton, Claude
  A Hair Divides
Garden City NY: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc.. Very Good. 1931. 1st (U.S.) edition. Hardcover. (no dust jacket) [quite a decent copy, with light fraying to cloth at bottom corners, various scratches and abrasions to spine; front hinge weak but not split]. A psychological suspense novel, of sorts, about a man who accidentally kills his enemy, then spends the next twenty years or so fretting about: (a) getting away with "murder"; and (b) whether it actually was murder, since he didn' ... more information

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$200.00
4) Hair on a Cue Ball: The Hair-raising Adventures of a Hollywood Writer
Monett, Negley
  Hair on a Cue Ball: The Hair-raising Adventures of a Hollywood Writer
New York: Exposition Press (A Banner Book). Very Good+ in Very Good dj. (c.1955). First Edition. Hardcover. [bumped and slightly cracked at bottom corner of front cover, one-time owner's ink signature on ffep, otherwise tight and clean with no significant wear; jacket lightly edgeworn, small tear at top right-hand corner of front panel, small horizontal scrape on spine]. "The real, unvarnished facts, the revealing story about hair, presented authentically in a humorous autobiography [in which ... more information

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$20.00
5) Hal Foster: Prince of Illustrators -- Father of the Adventure Strip
Kane, Brian M.
  Hal Foster: Prince of Illustrators -- Father of the Adventure Strip
Lebanon NJ: Vanguard Productions. Near Fine in Near Fine dj. 2001. First Edition. Hardcover. 1887591249 . [nice clean book, flawless except for bumping at top corners; jacket equally nice, with just a trace of handling wear]. (B&W and color illustrations, photographs) "The first comprehensive biography of Foster's entire life and 70-year career," including his somewhat overlooked work as an illustrator outside the adventure comic strip genre (Tarzan, Prince Valiant) for which he is j ... more information

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$60.00
6) Half Past Autumn: A Retrospective [*SIGNED*]
Parks, Gordon; essay by Philip Brookman
  Half Past Autumn: A Retrospective [*SIGNED*]
Boston/New York: Bulfinch Press/Little, Brown and Company. Fine in Near Fine dj. (c.1997). First Edition. Hardcover. 0821222988 . [a lovely copy, with no discernible wear, just a small address label (of the one-time owner, the inscribee) on the front pastedown; jacket a teensy bit rubbed, but presents beautifully in a new mylar jacket protector]. (B&W and color photographs) INSCRIBED warmly and SIGNED by the author on the half-title page: "For Betty and Joel -- / with my everlasting appreciat ... more information

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$250.00
7) Half That Glory
Gray, Stanley
  Half That Glory
New York: The Macmillan Company. Very Good+ in Good dj. 1941. First Edition. Hardcover. (price-clipped?) [minimal shelfwear to book, some dust-darkening to top of text block; jacket front flap clipped rather weirdly (although the printed price is still present), a few small chips along top edge and at spine extremities (about 3/4-inch torn away at top of spine, impacting most of the author's name thereupon), light soiling and general wear]. "This picaresque tale of adventure is unusual in its ... more information

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$25.00
8) Half a Loaf
Lewis, Grace Hegger
  Half a Loaf
New York: Horace Liveright, Inc.. Fine in Very Good+ dj. 1931. 3rd printing. Hardcover. (price-clipped) [very nice copy, no significant wear to book; jacket shows just a bit of wear to spine extremities]. The only novel by the then-ex-wife of Sinclair Lewis (they had divorced in 1925 and he had already remarried, to journalist Dorothy Thompson), this book doesn't try very hard (or at all) to put up any kind of a "fictionalized" screen -- the jacket blurb states: "This story of what ... more information

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$100.00
9) Hallmark Hall of Fame: The First Forty Years
(UCLA Film and Television Archive)
  Hallmark Hall of Fame: The First Forty Years
Los Angeles: UCLA Film and Television Archive. Near Fine. 1991. First Edition. Stapled wraps. NOISBN . [tiny bend at bottom corner of front cover, otherwise as-new]. (B&W photographs) Tribute/program guide for a retrospective series of programs from the first four decades of long-running drama series, which began in the era of live TV and continues to this day. Includes program notes (by Kenneth Kirby) for the 32 programs presented in the series proper, presented throughout August and September 19 ... more information

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$25.00
10) Hamlet - Volume II
Miller, Henry, and Michael Fraenkel
  Hamlet - Volume II
New York: Carrefour. Very Good. 1941. First Edition. Softcover. [some external soiling, diagonal crease at bottom right corner of front cover, spine a little browned with minor tears at spine extremities (binding still solid), vintage bookseller's label (Larry Edmund's [sic] Book Shop, Hollywood) on rear pastedown; NOTE that numerous leaves in this copy are unopened at the top edges]. Volume II only (the first volume having been published in 1939), containing the texts of 17 lengthy letters e ... more information

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$100.00
11) Hamlet: A Tragedy: The E.H. Sothern Acting Version
Shakespeare, William
  Hamlet: A Tragedy: The E.H. Sothern Acting Version
New York: McClure, Phillips & Co.. Good. 1903 (c.1901). Later Printing. Hardcover. NOISBN . (pictorial boards; no dust jacket) [heavily worn along spine and edges, bumped a bit at all corners, rear joint partially split (webbing visible) but binding still intact; contemporary Christmas gift inscription in pencil on ffep]. (B&W photographs) Illustrated with photographs of various stage tableaux from the production, and a couple of medium close-up shots of Sothern himself. Sothern, a long-estab ... more information

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$25.00
12) Hammer Marks: A Biographical Novel
Hougham, Arthur
  Hammer Marks: A Biographical Novel
Boston/New York: Houghton Mifflin Company. Very Good+. 1924. 1st (unstated). Hardcover. (no dust jacket) [solid copy, moderate shelfwear, light dust-soiling to top edge, top corner of ffep cut away, faint bookseller's stamp on front pastedown]. A partly autobiographical novel by this Birmingham-born author and artist (1889-1961), who painted murals for churches and theatres as a young man, and later worked in other forms of decorative art. He also contributed stories and poetry to a variety of pe ... more information

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$20.00
13) A Handful of Stars
Camp, Paul K
  A Handful of Stars
New York: David Mckay Company Inc.. Very Good+ in Very Good dj. (c.1969). First Edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . [good solid copy, NOT ex-library, mild wear at bottom edge and extremities; jacket has several chips along top edge of rear panel, some paper loss at top of spine (no text affected), spine sunned]. Novel set in the 1930's, about a young man who "finds the courage to see himself and several companions through a disastrous mine cave-in." .

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$10.00
14) Handies and Footsies
Dunn, Bob
  Handies and Footsies
Racine WI: Whitman Publishing Co.. Good. (c.1936). Unstated edition. Softcover. [worn but intact copy, small piece missing at bottom right-hand corner of front cover and first few pages, small tear at top of front cover (also extending slightly into first few pages), pages browned with age but not brittle; one-time owner's name and date in pencil at top inside front cover]. (cartoon drawings) Wacky cartoon drawings illustrating a sort of variant form of charades, in this case focused exclusively o ... more information

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$20.00
15) The Hands of Orlac
Renard, Maurice (translated and adapted by Florence Crewe-Jones)
  The Hands of Orlac
New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc.. Very Good+ in Fair dj. 1929. 2nd printing. Hardcover. [book is lightly worn, with a touch of dust-soiling and faint spotting on the top edge of the text block; the jacket, alas, is badly compromised, due to a large chunk having been torn away from the top left corner of the front panel (taking with it about half of the title)]. "Body horror" novel, about the psychological havoc wrought upon a famous pianist when his hands, mangled in an accident, are sur ... more information

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$1,200.00
16) The Handyman
See, Carolyn
  The Handyman
New York: Random House. Fine in Fine dj. (c.1999). First Edition. Hardcover. 0-375-50155-X . [beautiful, as-new book, no discernible wear to either book or jacket]. "The story of Bob Hampton, an aspiring young painter who has had to face the humbling fact that he doesn't know what to paint." Thus disillusioned, "Bob trades in his artist's palette for a minivan full of house paints, hammers, and nails, and sets about earning a little cash as a handyman. Although he turns out to ... more information

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$10.00
17) Hangover Square; or, The Man With Two Minds: A Story of Darkest Earl's Court in the Year 1939
Hamilton, Patrick
  Hangover Square; or, The Man With Two Minds: A Story of Darkest Earl's  Court in the Year 1939
New York: Random House. Very Good+. (c.1942). First American Edition. Hardcover. (no dust jacket) [solid attractive copy, minimal shelfwear, spine cloth a little darkened, uneven darkening to cloth around perimeter of front cover]. Classic psychological suspense novel about a schizophrenic, considerably altered for John Brahm' s 1944 film adaptation with Laird Cregar. .

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$100.00
18) Hank Miller
Wolf, M. Herbert
  Hank Miller
New York: Greenberg, Publisher. Very Good. (c.1928). First Edition. Hardcover. (no dust jacket) [solid copy, light dust-soiling to top edge but otherwise clean with light shelfwear to bottom edge, slight bumping to a couple of corners, faint bookseller's stamp on front pastedown]. "A novel of character, revealing the internal life of an individual throughout childhood into mature manhood, thus presenting the evolution of a personality." Apparently the author's only book; Ohio setting ... more information

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$60.00
19) Hanna & Walter: A Love Story [*SIGNED*]
Kohner, Hanna and Walter, with Frederick Kohner
  Hanna & Walter: A Love Story [*SIGNED*]
New York: Random House. Near Fine in Near Fine dj. (c.1984). First Edition. Hardcover. 0-394-52164-1 . [nice clean book, no real wear but a very slight ripple in the text block; jacket shows just a bit of surface wear]. INSCRIBED and SIGNED on the ffep by both authors: "For _____ - good old - / friend - with all / our fondest wishes -- / Affectionately / Walter Kohner" (and) "In friendship to dear / _____ / Hanna Kohner" (and) "Los Angeles, Cal. / June 1984," in what appe ... more information

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$40.00
20) Hanukkah Home Service [*SIGNED*]
Schary, Dore
  Hanukkah Home Service [*SIGNED*]
New York: United Synagogue of America. Good. (c.1950). First Edition. Stapled wraps. [a well-handled copy, with various abrasions, smudges and stains to the covers; definitely a used copy, but used for its intended purpose -- since both the cover and a number of pages are adorned with single drops of dried wax, which I think we can safely presume came from candles that had been used in the ceremony]. INSCRIBED and SIGNED at the bottom of the first page by the noted movie writer-producer-MGM studio hea ... more information

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$40.00
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