We are away from February 9 through February 19. We will be exhibiting at the 49th California International Antiquarian Book Fair at the Pasadena Convention Center, 300 E. Green St, Pasadena, CA, February 12 through February 14. You are able to place orders the entire time we are away. The books will be reserved for you but will not be shipped until our return.

New Arrivals

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED; A NOVEL OF 1950
Walker, Jerry
New York: Cosmos Publiscations, 1947.

Very good in very good dust jacket with one tiny chip and light edge wear.


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A COMPREHENSIVE REPORT ON THE REGIONAL PLAN OF HIGHWAYS; SECTION 4, LONG BEACH - REDONDO AREA
Los Angeles, CA: Regional Planning Commission, County of Los Angeles, 1931.

Chapters include; Los Angeles County - Its Origin and History; The Long Beach - Redondo Highway Plan; Official Approval and Adoption of the Plan; Problems Involved in the Design of the Highway Plan; Schedule of Major and Secondary Hig hways. 206 pages of text, photographs and an abundance of maps, plus thirteen foldout tissue maps, all in superb condition as if never opened. Bound in olive green cloth lettered in black with shape of county filled in gilt. Bookplate of W.C. Pollard on front paste-down endpaper. A fine handsome copy.


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SHERIDAN LE FANU: THE DIABOLICAL GENIUS. THE FORGOTTEN CLASSICS OF MYSTERY, VOLUME III [Uncle Silas, The Inn of the Flying Dragon, and Carmilla]
Le Fanu, Sheridan
New York: Juniper Press, [no date, about 1960],

Collects the three titles, Uncle Silas, The Inn of the Flying Dragon, and Carmilla. Near fine in very good dust jacket with some wear to the edges and shallow loss to the spine panel ends.


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FORGOTTEN FRONTIERS; A STUDY OF THE SPANISH INDIAN POLICY OF DON JUAN BAUTISTA DE ANZA, GOVERNOR OF NEW MEXICO, 1777 - 1787
Thomas, Alfred Barnaby, editor
Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1969.

Volume 1 in The Civilization of the American Indian Series. From the original documents in the archives of Spain, Mexico, and New Mexico, translated into English, edited and annotated by Alfred Barnaby Thomas. The theme of this book is the contribution of Governor Anza in handling the Indian barricade in the key Spanish province of New Mexico, "the bulwark of New Spain." 420 pages with two foldout maps. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket with one tiny closed tear.


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FORMATIVE YEARS IN THE FAR WEST; A HISTORY OF STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA AND PREDECESSORS THROUGH 1919
White, Gerald T.
New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts/Meredith Publishing Company, 1962.

In relating the story of the early years of Standard Oil, the author makes a valuable contibution to our knowledge of the American West. 694 pages with photographs, charts, tables, maps, and illustrations. Fine in very good dust jacket fade along spine panel and very slight wear at corners and spine panel ends.


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TRAVELS IN NORTH AMERICA, 1822 - 1824
Wilhelm, Paul, Duke of Wurttemberg
Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1973.

Volume 63 in The American Exploration and Travel Series. New translation for this edition from the German by W. Robert Nitske. Edited by Savoie Lottinville. Wilhelm's early travels in Cuba, midwest, and up the wild Missouri River. Fine in near fine, bright, slightly rubbed dust jacket.


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MASSACRE AT MOUNTAIN MEADOWS: AN AMERICAN LEGEND AND A MONUMENTAL CRIME
Wise, William
New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1976.

In September, 1857, a large and prosperous group of emigrants, the Fancher Party, was passing through the territory of Utah on its way to California. At Mountain Madows, where they had stopped to rest and to water and feeed their stock, they were ambushed and tricked into surrendering. More than 120 men, women, and children were then cold-bloodedly murdered by Indians and members of the Mormon church. 317 pages. Fine in near fine, bright dust jacket with several tiny closed tears.


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THE MANUAL OF BRANDS AND MARKS
Wolfenstine, Manfred
Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press,, 1970.

A complete and serious treatment of brands and marks. Introduction by Ramon F. Adams. 434 pages of text and brand illustrations. Bound in original red/brown cloth. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket .


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THE MANUAL OF BRANDS AND MARKS
Wolfenstine, Manfred
Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press,, 1970.

A complete and serious treatment of brands and marks. Introduction by Ramon F. Adams. 434 pages of text and brand illustrations. Bound in original red/brown cloth. Fine in very good plus dust jacket with light wear to extremities.


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THE MANUAL OF BRANDS AND MARKS
Wolfenstine, Manfred
Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press,, 1981.

A complete and serious treatment of brands and marks. Introduction by Ramon F. Adams. 434 pages of text and brand illustrations. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket. A very handsome copy.


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HELLDORADOS; GHOSTS AND CAMPS OF THE OLD SOUTHWEST
Weis, Norman D.
Caldwell, ID: Caxton Printers, 1977.

365 pages of text and 296 stunning black and white photographs of the weathered ruins of 67 ghost towns in California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, New Mexico and Colorado. Fine in very good price-clipped dust jacket with several closed tears and tiny chips.


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HELLDORADOS; GHOSTS AND CAMPS OF THE OLD SOUTHWEST
Weis, Norman D.
Caldwell, ID: Caxton Printers, 1977.

365 pages of text and 296 stunning black and white photographs of the weathered ruins of 67 ghost towns in California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, New Mexico and Colorado. Fine in near fine, bright dust jacket with just a tad of wear at the head of the spine panel.


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POOR'S MANUAL OF THE RAILROADS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1904
New York: Poor's Railroad Manual Co., 1904.

The Thirty-Seventh Annual Number. Financial information on US, Canadian and Mexican railroads, plus street railways and traction companies, with a short history, location, miles of track, rolling stock, location, and a listing of directors. Also included are industrial and other corporations, plus statements of debts of the United States, the several states, municipalities, etc. 1490 pages with 24 state maps, numerous railroad maps, and 13 pages of ads in the rear. Laid in is revised statement to June 30, 1904, 13 pages, of the Rock Island Company. One small tear to green cloth at heel of spine, else


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POOR'S MANUAL OF THE RAILROADS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1907.
New York: Poor's Railroad Manual Co., 1907.

The Fortieth Annual Number. Financial information on US, Canadian and Mexican railroads, plus street railways and traction companies, with a short history, location, miles of track, rolling stock, location, and a listing of directors. Also included are industrial and other corporations, plus statements of debts of the United States, the several states, municipalities, etc. 1774 pages with 24 state maps, numerous railroad maps, and 19 pages of ads in the rear. Numerous ads in front and rear. Bound in dark green cloth with lettering and rule in gilt. Investment company stamps on top, bottom and leading edges. A very good copy.


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POOR'S MANUAL OF THE RAILROADS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1906
New York: Poor's Railroad Manual Co., 1906.

The Thirty-Ninth Annual Number. Financial information on US, Canadian and Mexican railroads, plus street railways and traction companies, with a short history, location, miles of track, rolling stock, location, and a listing of directors. Also included are industrial and other corporations, plus statements of debts of the United States, the several states, municipalities, etc. 1808 pages with 24 state maps, numerous railroad maps, and 13 pages of ads in the rear. Numerous ads in front and rear. Bound in dark green cloth with lettering and rule in gilt. Investment company stamps on first page and on edges. A very good plus copy.


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POOR'S MANUAL OF THE RAILROADS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1908
New York: Poor's Railroad Manual Co.,, 1908.

The Forty First Annual Number. Financial information on US, Canadian and Mexican railroads, plus street railways and traction companies, with a short history, location, miles of track, rolling stock, location, and a listing of directors. Also included are industrial and other corporations, plus statements of debts of the United States, the several states, municipalities, etc. 2088 pages with 97 maps and numerous ads in front and rear. Light "W.E. Hutton & Co." stamps to page edges. A solid very good copy of this thick book.


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CROTCHETS IN THE AIR; OR, AN (UN)SCIENTIFIC ACCOUNT OF A BALLOON-TRIP IN A FAMILIAR LETTER TO A FRIEND
CROTCHETS IN THE AIR; OR, AN (UN)SCIENTIFIC ACCOUNT OF A BALLOON-TRIP IN A FAMILIAR LETTER TO A FRIEND
Poole, John
London: Henry Colburn, Publisher, 1838.

Poole's eccentric humorous account of a balloon ascension conducted by famous aeronaut Charles Green. 98 pages plus two pages of ads in the rear. Bound in dark blue cloth with lettering and illustration stamped in gilt. Front and rear hinges professionally repaired. Light moisture staining to the cover edges, the endpapers and a few of the initial and final pages. The text is unaffected. An about very good copy.


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THE DIARY OF A LINE OFFICER
THE DIARY OF A LINE OFFICER
Brown, Captain Augustus C.
New York: Augustus C. Brown/Self published, 1906.

Inscribed by Brown on the front endpaper; "With the compliments of A.C. Brown." Fixed to the front endpaper is a signed letter from Brown to Arthur-Haynsworth-Masten relating how few copies he had printed. Additional signed letter from Brown presenting this second enlarged edition, fixed to the rear endpaper. A factual Civil War narrative of Grant's campaign against Richmond in the May to December 1864 period. Dornbush; Military Bibliography of the Civil War, Vol. 1, N20. Broadfoot; Civil War Books, pg 64. Two small notices of the author's death fixed to the rear free endpaper. From the library of Arthur-Haynworth-Masten with his neat bookplate placed on the front paste-down endpaper. Bound in original brown cloth with lettering and border stamped in gilt. A very good plus copy.


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THE NESTORIAN DOCUMENTS AND RELICS IN CHINA
THE NESTORIAN DOCUMENTS AND RELICS IN CHINA
Saeki, P.Y. [Peter Yoshiro]
Tokyo: Toho Bunkwa Gakuin: The Academy of Oriental Culture, Tokyo Institute/Maruzen Company Ltd., 1951.

"The author attempts in this work to usher the ... almost unknown and very much neglected Nestoriana Sinica into the learned Societies in Christendom. The author believes that through these pages Western scholars would clearly see how Chinese thoughts confronted with the Nestorian missionaries some twelve hundred years ago as they do to-day with the Christian missionaries." 523 pages with illustrations and maps, five foldout illustrations and one foldout map, plus index and 96 pages of Chinese text. Chinese charaters written on preliminary page. Edges of the textblock toned. A near fine copy in a very good dust jacket with shallow chipping to the head and heel of the spine panel.


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OFFICIAL RECORDS OF THE UNION AND CONFEDERATE NAVIES IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION; SERIES I, VOLUME 22.
Stewart, Charles W.
Harrisburg, PA;: The National Historical Society,, 1987.

Facsimile reprint of the 1908 edition published by the Government Printing Office. West Gulf Blockading Squadron from January 1, 1865, to January 31, 1866. Naval forces on western waters from May 8, 1861, to April 11, 1862. 965 pages with maps. Bound in original blue cloth with lettering in gilt. Very fine, issued without dust jacket. An as new unread copy. No remainder mark.


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WAGON ROAD MAP OF CALIFORNIA
Judge, W. Elliott, compiled and engraved by
San Francisco, CA: Complete Map Works, 1916.

62 inch by 41 inch folded linen back map of California showing roads, railroads, proposed railroads and interurban lines in 1916. Insets of the San Francisco Bay area and the Los Angeles area. Lists counties, cities and towns. The map is folded into an unlettered and undecorated brown pebbled cloth covers. Name stamp on the linen after each fold. Very good condition.


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THE CHRONICLES OF SOLAR PONS
Derleth, August
Sauk City, WI: Mycroft & Moran (Arkham House), 1973.

The final collection of 10 Solar Pons stories. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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EVERY HOUR - ON THE HOUR: A CHRONICLE OF THE WASHINGTON BALTIMORE & ANNAPOLIS ELECTRIC RAILROAD
Merriken, John E. (Leroy O. King, Jr., editor)
Dallas, TX/Chicago: LeRoy O. King, Jr./Central Electric Railfan's Association/CERA, 1993.

Bulletin number 130 of the Central Electric Railfans Association. WB&A's large and handsome "Electric Pullmans" would impress anybody - they were awesome and fast! 270 pages with historic photographs, maps, car diagrams, one as a foldout, rosters, and index. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket. An as new copy.


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S.P.&S.; THE SPOKANE PORTLAND & SEATTLE RAILWAY
Austin, Ed, and Tom Dill
Edmonds, WA: Pacific Fast Mail/PFM, 1996.

Traces the development and operation of each segment of the S.P.&S. system. 376 pages with text, maps and photographs, some in color. Large folded map affixed in rear. Color map endpapers. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket illustrated by Mike Pearsall. A new unread copy.


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THE TRAIN BOOK: BIG PICTURES & LITTLE STORIES FOR CHILDREN
THE TRAIN BOOK: BIG PICTURES & LITTLE STORIES FOR CHILDREN
Victor, Jeffrey
New York: Madison Square Publishing Co., 1945.

The color illustrated board covers are cut in the shape of a steam locomotive. Color illustrated descriptions of the cars that make up freight and passenger trains. A near fine copy.


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LET'S PLAY TRAIN
LET'S PLAY TRAIN
Schenk, Abe
Garden City, NY: Garden City Books, 1951.

Create your own railroad scenes. Railroad station, trains, baggage, people and signals all in thick color printed die-cut cardboard, never puched out. The folded punch-outs are laid into a color printed thick card folder which becomes the roof of the station. A fine, colorful, unused copy.


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NICHOLAS MORANT'S CANADIAN PACIFIC
NICHOLAS MORANT'S CANADIAN PACIFIC
Garden, J.F.
Revelstoke, BC: Footprint Publishing Co., Ltd., 1991.

For 44 years Morant crisscrossed the country on passenger trains, enroujte to and from photograph assignments to all the subsidiaries of Canadian Pacific. 455 pages of photographs with bibliography and glossary. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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THE MARTIAN CHRONICLES
THE MARTIAN CHRONICLES
Bradbury, Ray
Garden City, NY: Doubleday and Company, 1950.

Inscribed by Bradbury on the title page, "For Dirce Archer - 'Space travel has again made children of us all' -- Best from Ray Bradbury, May 1957." Dirce Archer was a well known sf fan of the 1950's and 60's. "By any measure this work is a major landmark, both in SF and as literature." Barron; Anatomy of Wonder 1995, 3-32. The edges of the text block are mildly toned, else fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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THE CHRONICLES OF SOLAR PONS
Derleth, August
Sauk City, WI: Mycroft & Moran (Arkham House), 1973.

The final collection of 10 Solar Pons stories. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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CHOO CHOO 'ROUND THE WORLD
CHOO CHOO 'ROUND THE WORLD
Sterling, Helen, verses by
London: Pilot Press Ltd. [1946],

Bound in color pictorial paper-covered boards. Bright color illustrations on every page with panorama showing a cutout train puffing its way through the desert, the arctic, Mexico, China, etc. Near fine in very good plus, bright dust jacket with publisher's 5 s. 0 d. net price on the front flap.


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BOB AND THE RAILROAD
BOB AND THE RAILROAD
Tousey, Sanford
Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1941.

A very good, bright copy, without the dust jacket.


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RANDY AND THE CRIMSON ROCKET
RANDY AND THE CRIMSON ROCKET
Friskey, Margaret
Chicago, IL: Albert Whitman & Company, 1944.

Fine in fine and bright dust jacket. An exceptional copy.


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SMOKY POKY
SMOKY POKY
Martin, Bernard H., and William I. Martin, Jr.
Kansas City, MO: Tell-Well Press, 1947.

A very good copy, without the dust jacket.


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LET'S PLAY TRAIN
LET'S PLAY TRAIN
Horn, Mabel, and Betty Carter
Racine, WI: Whitman Publishing Company, 1936.

Book No. 964. Twelve pages. Linen covers and interior pages with full-page color illustrations by Newton. A very good copy.


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BOOK OF TRAINS
BOOK OF TRAINS
New York: Sam'l Gabriel Sons [no date, about late 1930's],

Publisher's "Linette" series No. 803. Seven interior full-page color illustrations by the well known train artist, Grif Teller. One illustration of a 1930's Zephyr is a two page spread. Other pages feature various types of railroad equipment. Two additional color illustrations are presented on the front and rear covers. Cover edges show wear and creases. A good, bright copy.


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MARY AND THE GIANT
MARY AND THE GIANT
Dick, Philip K.
London: Paladin/Grafton Books, 1988.

A fine and bright copy. No creases. An as new copy.


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THE LITTLE ENGINE THAT COULD
THE LITTLE ENGINE THAT COULD
Piper, Watty, retold by
New York: Platt & Munk Co. Ltd. [about 1943],

The Never Grow Old Series listing ends with Lil' Hannibal. Bound in original red cloth with lettering and illustration stamped in black. Color endpapers. The dust jacket flaps are un-cipped but no price is present. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket with very tiny closed tear to the bottom of the front panel. A very attractive copy from the 1940's.


Price: $175.00
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ALL ABOUT STRANGE MONSTERS OF THE RECENT PAST
ALL ABOUT STRANGE MONSTERS OF THE RECENT PAST
Waldrop, Howard
Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints, 1987.

Number 76 of 574 numbered copies signed on the special limitation page by Waldrop, by Gardner Dozois who wrote the introduction, by Lewis Shiner who wrote the afterword, by the eight illustrators, Tim Kirk, Terry Lee, A. Mason, Don Ivan Punchatz, Nancy Niles, Robert Haas, Thomas Blackshear II, and Hank Jankus. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket, within the publisher's slipcase.


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DOOMSDAY BOOK
DOOMSDAY BOOK
Willis, Connie
New York: Bantam Books/Spectra, 1992.

Signed by Willis on the title page. Hugo Award co-winner, 1993. Nebula Award winner 1992. Very tiny and light spotting to the top of the text block, else fine in fine and bright dust jacket with the merest hint of rubbing.


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EBONY AND CRYSTAL; POEMS IN VERSE AND PROSE
EBONY AND CRYSTAL; POEMS IN VERSE AND PROSE
Smith, Clark Ashton
Auburn, CA: Self published/Printed by the Auburn Journal, 1922.

Number 90 of 500 copies signed by Smith on the colophon in the rear. Several corrections to the text by Smith. Bound in original maroon cloth with lettering in gilt. The usual offsetting to the title page and the limitation page in the rear. A fine copy, issued without a dust jacket, though this does have a dust jacket recently produced by CAS Press. The book is also laid into a handsome clam shell case, tan quarter leather over gray cloth with the lettering on the spine stamped in gilt.


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EBONY AND CRYSTAL; POEMS IN VERSE AND PROSE
EBONY AND CRYSTAL; POEMS IN VERSE AND PROSE
Smith, Clark Ashton
Auburn, CA: Self published/Printed by the Auburn Journal, 1912.

Number 142 of 500 copies signed by Smith on the colophon in the rear. Several corrections to the text by Smith. Bound in original maroon cloth with lettering in gilt. The usual offsetting to the title page and the limitation page in the rear. A near fine copy, issued without a dust jacket, though this does have a dust jacket recently produced by CAS Press.


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RAILROADS OF TODAY
RAILROADS OF TODAY
Farrington, S. Kip, Jr.
New York: Coward-McCann, Inc., 1949.

Inscribed by Farrington on the half-title page, "To my friend D.J. Russell, a great American & railroader of 'Today' who has given & gives a lifetime of great experience to a 'Real Railroad of Today.' With my very best wishes, S. Kip Farrington Jr. July 19 in '49." D.J. Russell was Donald Joseph Russell, president, director and member of the executive committee of Southern Pacific Railroad Co. The story of modern railroads, trains and improvements. 306 pages with photographs and index. A few tiny spots of foxing along the top edge of the text block, else a near fine copy in very good dust jacket with moderate edge wear. A nice association copy.


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ALL ABOUT STRANGE MONSTERS OF THE RECENT PAST
ALL ABOUT STRANGE MONSTERS OF THE RECENT PAST
Waldrop, Howard
Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints, 1987.

Number 438 of 574 numbered copies signed on the special limitation page by Waldrop, by Gardner Dozois who wrote the introduction, by Lewis Shiner who wrote the afterword, by the eight illustrators, Tim Kirk, Terry Lee, A. Mason, Don Ivan Punchatz, Nancy Niles, Robert Haas, Thomas Blackshear II, and Hank Jankus. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket, within the publisher's slipcase.


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THE YU-CHI STONE
Snell, Edmund
New York: Macaulay Company, 1926.

A werid "yellow peril" novel with an evil villian in the manner of Fu Manchu. Neat owener's signature on the front endpaper. Textblock mildly toned. Near fine in near fine, price-clipped dust jacket. Colorful jacket illustration by Groom.


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NEW YORK CENTRAL COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY OF ED NOWAK, BOOK I, II, & III
NEW YORK CENTRAL COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY OF ED NOWAK, BOOK I, II, & III
Nowak, Ed
Edison, NJ: Morning Sun Books, Inc., 1992, 1993,

No name of an official company photographer is more famous than that of Ed Nowak. During the 1940's and 50's, his artistry and skill with the camera fashioned the image of the New York Central Railroad. Three volumes of color photographs of the NYCRR. Owner's name on the front endpaper of all three books, else they are fine and bright, issued without dust jackets.


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NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES
NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES
Edson, W.D., H.L. Vail, Jr., and C.M. Smith
Lynchburg, VA: TLC Publishing, Inc., 1995.

Edson was Chief Mechanical Engineer of the New York Central. 212 pages with locomotive photographs, some in color, locomotive diagrams, data, and numerous rosters. Bound in laminated color pictorial boards. Owner's name on page facing the title page, else a fine and bright copy.


Price: $65.00
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THE BROADWAY LIMITED
THE BROADWAY LIMITED
Rosenbaum, Joel, and Tom Gallo
Piscataway, NJ: Railpace Company, 1988.

96 pages with photographs, advertisements, and references. Owner's name on the title page, else a fine and bright copy.


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ED NOWAK'S NEW YORK CENTRAL
ED NOWAK'S NEW YORK CENTRAL
Nowak, Ed, with Karl Zimmermann
Park Forest, IL: PTJ Publishing, 1985.

A 151 page photo album of Ed Nowak's work for the New York Central. Owner's name on the inside front cover, else a fine and bright copy.


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PENNSY K-4'S REMEMBERED; CLASS K-4, THE KEYSTONE OF STEAM PASSENGER POWER
PENNSY K-4'S REMEMBERED; CLASS K-4, THE KEYSTONE OF STEAM PASSENGER POWER
Kramer, Frederick A.
Westfield, NJ: Bells & Whistles, 1992.

32 pages with numerous photographs. Owner's name on the title pages, else a fine and bright copy.


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PENNSY POWER II; STEAM, DIESEL AND ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVES OF THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
PENNSY POWER II; STEAM, DIESEL AND ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVES OF THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
Staufer, Alvin F., and Bert Pennypacker
Medina, OH: Self published/Alvin F. Staufer, 1985.

496 pages with photographs and locomotive data, plus six pages of color illustrations. Owner's name on the front endpaper, else near fine in near fine, bright dust jacket.


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