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Time Exposure: The Autobography of William Henry Jackson.
William Henry Jackson. New York Putnam's 1940.
First edition of this classic from the personal collection of Rock Springs, Wyoming resident H.J. Boice. Boice was an acquaintance
of the famous Western photographer. Included in the book are several personal momentos of Jackson. These are comprised of a tipped in,
hand signed, type written letter to Boice regarding a pair of photographs taken by him and sent to Jackson. These photos are present
with Jackson's signature, notation and date on the back of each. There is also a shorter tipped in type written and signed letter
from Jackson to Mr. Boice thanking him for the sending of several newspaper clippings. Lastly, a personal business card by Mr. Jackson
is also present and tipped in. The book has a number of news clippings tipped in, else is in very good condition in dust jacket.
A splendid addition to your William Henry Jackson collection.
Genre: Colorado, Western Americana, Photography
A Treatise On Diamonds And Pearls. In Which Their Importance is considered; And Plain Rules are exhibited for a ascertaining
the Value of both; And The True Method of manufacturing Diamonds . The Second Edition, with large Improvements.
David Jeffries. London C. and J. Ackers 1751.
An early and important treatment on the subject. Illustrated with 30 engraved plates including charts. Handsomely rebound in 3/4 leather
with marbled boards and raised bands on spine. Some yellowing to title page, else the interior is in very good condition.
Genre: Jewelry, Diamonds, Pearls
Portfolio of WPA Period Woodcuts Published by the Colorado State Historical Society.
Wiiliam Traher; Harold E. Keeler; Roy Hunt; Sam Scott. Denver Colorado State Historical Society.
A portfolio of 12 original woodcuts published by the Colorado Historical Society circa 1938 depicting various scenes and
subjects relating to the early history of the state. The prints were drawn by William Traher, Roy Hunt and Harold Keeler
and cut and printed by Sam Scott and Traher.. Size of each sheet is 17 1/2 x 12 1/4. Some light discoloration on a few,
else all are in very good condition in the original folder as issued. An exceedingly scarce collection.
Genre: Colorado, Western Americana, Art, Woodcuts
Robert Ames Bennet Collection of 16 Inscribed Books in Dust Jackets, Pages of Hand Written Notes, Hand Typed Biography of Himself and Ephemera.
Robert Ames Bennet. Various publishers.
Collection of 16 books by Western and Science Fiction writer Robert Ames Bennet inscribed by the author. There are also a number of pages of
hand written notes by Bennet relating to his writings. Included too is an 8 page typewritten overview of his life and near ancestry addressed
to R.W. Perring of "Town and Country Life" in England and Kenneth Rae of W. Collins & Son, also in Britain along with 11 type written pages
detailing his publishings with a short synopsis of each. 2 magazines of the period that were personal copies of Bennet containing published
stories of his. Some other ephemera. The inscribed books are all in fine condition in dust jackets.
Genre: Modern Firsts, American Literature, Ephemera
Newark A Series of Engravings on Wood by Rudolph Ruzicka With An Appreciation Of The Pictorial Aspects Of The Town By Walter Prichard Eaton.
Rudolph Ruzicka. Newark, New Jersey The Carteret Book Club 1917.
A paean to the old New Jersey city with a series of 5 full page color woodcuts and 12 smaller engravings by Rudolph Ruzicka.
Each woodcut is signed in pencil by the artist. The book cover has edgewear. Bookplate on front endpaper. A scarce and beautiful work.
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