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1) P.S. Your Cat is Dead!
Kirkwood, James
  P.S. Your Cat is Dead!
New York: Stein and Day. Good+ in Good+ dj. 1972. First Edition. Hardcover. 0-8128-1511-4 . [moderately shelfworn, a decent enough copy but unfortunately blemished by a brown stain (looks like a tea-spill) affecting the top edge and fore-edge of about a 12-page section in the middle of the book, and severely marking the top section of one of those pages; jacket lightly soiled, with chipping and a bit of paper loss at both ends of spine Comic novel (rather scarce in hardcover) about a guy with a remark ... more information

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$35.00
2) The P&L Book: Advertisements and Instructions by the Petrie-Lewis Manufacturing Company of New Haven, Connecticut [*SIGNED*/limited ed.]
Walker, Barbi, and Robert Seaver, eds.
  The P&L Book: Advertisements and Instructions by the Petrie-Lewis  Manufacturing Company of New Haven, Connecticut [*SIGNED*/limited ed.]
San Leandro CA: Byron Walker. Fine. 1992. First Edition. Hardcover. (dark blue cloth, front cover imprinted with metallic red illustration and gilt border and lettering; no dust jacket, presumably as issued) [lovely, as-new copy, with no discernible wear]. (B&W photographs, facsimiles) Reproductions of ads and instructional materials for the many magic tricks and novelties produced by the Petrie-Lewis company for a half-century after its founding in 1917, prefaced by a group of articles and remin ... more information

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$100.00
3) Pablo Picasso: Lithographs and Linocuts 1945-1964 (Catalogue No. 135)
(Johnson, R. Stanley, text)
  Pablo Picasso: Lithographs and Linocuts 1945-1964 (Catalogue No. 135)
Chicago: R.S. Johnson Fine Art. Near Fine. 1998. First Edition. Softcover. [very light rubbing to covers, teensy bumping to a couple of corners of the rear cover]. (B&W photo frontispiece, art reproductions) Contains 38 full-page reproductions of Picasso's lithographs (18, in black and white) and linocuts (20, in color), plus a few additional illustrations accompanying the introductory essay, "Historical Perspectives: Lithography and the Linocut," by R. Stanley Johnson. .

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4) The Pacer
Paradise, Viola
  The Pacer
New York: E.P. Dutton & Company. Very Good. (c.1927). First Edition. Hardcover. (no dust jacket) [solid clean copy, light bumping at several corners, very slight fraying to cloth at lower extremities, small bookseller's rubber stamp (Bertrand Smith, Long Beach, California) on front pastedown]. First novel by an author who had an intermittent output over the course of the quarter-century or so. (I find four novels for her in OCLC, the last in 1952; she also seems to have been involved in social ... more information

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$25.00
5) Pack Mule
Bloom, Ursula
  Pack Mule
New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc.. Near Fine in Very Good+ dj. 1932. 3rd printing. Hardcover. NOISBN . [minor wear to spine ends, otherwise a tight clean book, apparently unread, vintage price sticker (from The White House, San Francisco) on rear pastedown; jacket shows a little wear along bottom edge and at top corners]. "The story of a man who was a pack mule for women," whatever the hell that means. Oh, I see: the protagonist's "idealistic sense of duty towards women swept h ... more information

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$50.00
6) Page One of 1953: Yearbook of New York's Newspaper Men and Women
(The Newspaper Guild of New York)
  Page One of 1953: Yearbook of New York's Newspaper Men and Women
New York: Newspaper Guild of New York. Very Good. 1953. "20th Anniversary". Hardcover. (pictorial paper label on front cover; no dust jacket, as issued) [shelfwear and bumping to bottom edges, some fraying to cloth at top of spine, a few tiny stains adjacent to spine (on both front and rear covers)] (B&W photographs, cartoons, ads, etc.) Commemorative yearbook, issued to coincide with the "Page One Ball," an annual shindig at which the Big Apple's newspapermen (and probably ... more information

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$150.00
7) Page by Page [*SIGNED*]
Page, Ruth; edited and with an introduction by Andrew Mark Wentink
  Page by Page [*SIGNED*]
Brooklyn NY: Dance Horizons. Near Fine in Very Good dj. (c.1978). First Edition. Hardcover. 0-87127-102-8 . [nice unworn copy, faint dust-soiling to top edge; jacket has a few short closed tears and associated creasing, color-shifting to spine with a little bleed-over to front panel, shallow chip at top rear hinge]. (B&W photographs) INSCRIBED to actress Lois Nettleton "with my sincere admiration" and SIGNED by the author on the title page. Page was a dancer and choreographer who achiev ... more information

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$25.00
8) Painted Lady
Grose, Helena
  Painted Lady
New York: The Macaulay Company. Very Good in Good+ dj. (c.1933). First Edition. Hardcover. [ex-rental library book but marked as such only by label on front pastedown, moderate shelfwear, bottom corners bumped, spine slightly turned, a bit of soiling to top page edges; jacket shows wear along top edge, chipping/rubbing/soiling to spine, small hole in spine, still colorful and attractive]. After returning from a convent(!) and hearing her mother's heartbreaking story about having been kidnapped by ... more information

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9) Painting with Light
Alton, John
  Painting with Light
New York: The Macmillan Company. Very Good in Good+ dj. 1949. First Edition. Hardcover. [light shelfwear to edges and extremities, a bit of foxing on endpapers; jacket has a shallow chip at top left corner of front panel, also a little paper loss at top right corner, a couple of little nicks at top edge of rear panel, minor edgewear elsewhere, light soiling to rear panel]. (B&W/color photographs, line drawings) Indispensible guide to lighting for photography, by one of Hollywood's master cinem ... more information

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$200.00
10) The Paintings of Cheng Shenghu
(Ge Zhengang, ed.)
  The Paintings of Cheng Shenghu
Shanghai: Shanghai People's Fine Arts Publishing House. Near Fine in Near Fine dj. 1999. Presumed 1st. Hardcover. 7532221385 . [a bit of wear to bottom edges of book's covers; jacket very slightly wrinkled along top edge, tiny tear at top front hinge]. (100 color plates) One hundred examples, reproduced in color, of the art of Shanghai-born painter Cheng Shenghu. (All text is in Chinese, except: the title and publisher information (taken from the front cover and front jacket panel), a brief b ... more information

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$450.00
11) A Pair of Jacks: Jack Dempsey & Son [*SIGNED*]
Hay, Jack
  A Pair of Jacks: Jack Dempsey & Son [*SIGNED*]
Los Alamitos CA: Hwong Publishing Company. Very Good+. (c.1982). First Edition. Softcover. 0-89260-261-3 . [moderate wear along spine, minor soiling to bottom edge, a little creasing in rear cover]. Trade PB (B&W halftone photographs) INSCRIBED at length and SIGNED by the author on the front endpaper: "To _______ / My father's career is / the toughest act in history / to follow. This is / the story, as I picked / up the cards Fate dealt / and remember / With / Best / Wishes." (He h ... more information

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$150.00
12) Palace of Light
Atlas, Jacoba
  Palace of Light
New York: E. P. Dutton. Very Good+ in Very Good+ dj. 1989. First Edition. Hardcover. [light shelfwear, one bent page corner; jacket a little rubbed but no tears or chips]. A love story set against the backdrop of labor unrest and the early days of the motion picture industry in Los Angeles. [Although this goes unmentioned in the jacket copy, the author did her college dissertation on the history of Hollywood labor unions, and is also the daughter of screenwriter Leopold Atlas, whose notable credits in ... more information

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$10.00
13) Pale Moon
Burnett, W.R.
  Pale Moon
London: Macdonald. Near Fine in Very Good dj. 1957. First British Edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . [light shelfwear to bottom edge, faint soiling to top of text block; jacket shows a little wear along top and bottom edges, tiny tears and miniscule paper loss at several corners, small internal tape repair at top of spine]. "A novel of the South-west," a sequel to Burnett's 1953 novel "Adobe Walls," set in the same town, "San Miguel." This story tells about "a new ele ... more information

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$30.00
14) Pan in the Parlour
Lindsay, Norman
  Pan in the Parlour
New York: Farrar & Rinehart. Good+. (c.1933). 1st U.S. edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . (no dust jacket) [moderate exterior wear, binding intact, light bumping to corners, slight fraying to cloth at bottom front corner and at top of spine, spine cloth darkened with considerable surface-scratching, light dust-soiling to top edge]. "'Somebody's got to do the gods' dirty work,' said brilliant Laurence, arriving as a gilded and somewhat unwelcome guest in the midst of a small and tight ... more information

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$40.00
15) The Panama Story
Vasilou, George
  The Panama Story
Jericho NY: Exposition Press. Very Good in Very Good dj. (c.1974). First Edition. Hardcover. 0-682-47926-8 . [some shelfwear to bottom edge, top corners and top of spine bumped, slight discoloration to pastedowns; jacket lightly rubbed and a bit edgeworn]. Vanity-press novel set during World War II, about "a draftee first sergeant among the first group of new soldiers shipped to tropical Panama Canal Zone to bolster up the regular forces immediately after the bombing of Pearl Harbor." Per th ... more information

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$40.00
16) Panels (issue no. 2, Spring 1981)
(Benson, John, ed.)
  Panels (issue no. 2, Spring 1981)
New York: John Benson. Near Fine. 1981. (Issue 2). Magazine. [tiny tear at bottom of front cover, no other significant wear]. (cartoon illustrations) 32-page magazine devoted to comic art. About half this issue is related to Carl Barks: a 1975 interview with him, conducted by Edward Summer; excerpts from several letters written by Barks to various correspondents and fans; several pages of reproductions of Barks cartoons (many of them somewhat racy) from his early career at the Calgary Eye-Opener. A ... more information

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17) 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
18) The Paper Gun: A Paul Pine Mystery [*SIGNED*]
Browne, Howard
  The Paper Gun: A Paul Pine Mystery [*SIGNED*]
Belen NM: Dennis McMillan Publications. Near Fine in Near Fine dj. 1985. First Edition. Hardcover. [nice copy, tight and unworn, just a trace of dust-smudging on top edge; jacket shows extremely light surface handling wear]. Limited/numbered edition of 350 copies, this being no. 83, and SIGNED on the limitation page by both the author and his son (the jacket artist); this copy additionally SIGNED by the publisher, Dennis McMillan, on the copyright page. The author, in his foreword, explains that &qu ... more information

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$100.00
19) Parachute
Murphy, Charles J.V.
  Parachute
New York/London: G. P. Putnam's Sons/The Knickerbocker Press. Very Good+. 1930. First Edition. Hardcover. (no dust jacket) [good solid clean copy, light wear to extremities; gilt lettering strong on front cover, a little rubbed but still easily readable on spine; one-time owner's name at top of rear pastedown]. (B&W photographs) General history of parachuting, primarily focusing on developments during World War I and during the 1920s. .

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$40.00
20) Paradise Lost; a play in three acts
Odets, Clifford
  Paradise Lost; a play in three acts
New York: Random House. Good. 1936. First Edition. Hardcover. (no dust jacket) [moderately shelfworn book, slight fraying to cloth at top of spine, bottom corners lightly bumped, gilt spine lettering dulled but still readable]. (B&W photo frontispiece) Odets's play about "the decay of the middle class" (per Harold Clurman, in his introduction). First presented by the Group Theatre in December 1935; the original cast included Morris Carnovsky, Stella Adler, Sanford Meisner, Luther Ad ... more information

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$20.00
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