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141 BLY, Robert (et al.) Dacotah Territory 12
Dacotah Territory, Moorhead, MN, 1976, 
BLY, Robert (et al.). Dacotah Territory 12 : (Winter 1975-1976). Moorhead, MN: Dacotah Territory, 1976. Pp. 71. Square 8vo, illustrated tan card covers. The twelfth issue of the Dacotah Territory poetry journal, with contributions from Betsy Adams, William Aitken, Alan Altany, Mary Balazs, Norma Baker Blair, Robert Bly, D. W. Donzella, Dave Etter, Don Eulert, R. Daniel Evans, Carolyn Forché, Andre Grossbardt, Rad Hadley, Glenn Haugen, Harry Humes, Dana Christian Jensen, Thomas Johnson, John Jolly, Deborah Keenan, David Kubach, Michael Lange, Stephen Larson, Stephen Leggett, Mary L. Logue, Jerred Metz, Howard Mohr, Todd Moore, Greg Nelson, Rodney Nelson, Michael Paul Novak, Joe Paddock, David Perkins, Leroy V. Quintana, Cal E. Rollins, Leo Romero, Martha Roth, Norman Russell, Roger Sauls, Susan Fromberg Schaeffer, James Simmons, Ray Smith, Francis Sullvivan, Stephen Tapscott, Clay Thurmond, James Tomsky, Charles Vandersee, Cary Waterman, Charles Webb, John Welle, Dara Wier, Ray A. Young Bear, and Al Zolynas. Edges sunned, else vg. 15.00

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142 BLY, Robert (et al.) Dacotah Territory 5
Dacotah Territory, Moorhead, MN, 1973, 
BLY, Robert (et al.). Dacotah Territory 5 . Moorhead, MN: Dacotah Territory, 1973. Pp. 64. Square 8vo, illustrated white card covers. The fifth issue of the Dacotah Territory poetry journal, with contributions from K. Alen, Jenné Andrews, Robert Bly, Peter Dahl, Bob Edwards, James Fawbush, Roland Flint, Don Gordon, Tim Hagen, Patricia Hampl, Robert Hest, Rory Holscher, Richard Hugo, Dale Jacobson, Jeffrey Jentz, David Martinson, James Moore, Michael Moos, Naomi Replansky, William Stafford, Maggie Sversvold, Robert Waldridge, and Steve Ward. Small brown stain to rear cover, spine sunned, occasional underlining, else vg. 20.00

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143 BLY, Robert North Shore Review, 7) Long Walk Before the Snows Began and The Climber
North Shore Review, Minneapolis, MN, 1976, 
BLY, Robert. "A Long Walk Before the Snows Began" and "The Climber" . Two poems in The North Shore Review, number 7, Fall-Winter 1975/76, pp. 15-16. (Minneapolis, MN): The North Shore Review, 1976. Pp. 131. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. Includes works by: G. T. Wright, William Stafford, Philip Murray, Franklin Brainard, Sigrid Bergie, Thomas Dillon Redshaw, Doris Slutsky, Rochelle Ratner, Stephen Larson, Merrill Gilfillan, Ray DiPalma, Darrell Gray, Mark Vinz, Anne Cherner, John Macoubrie, Mary Ellen Shaw, Alvin Greenberg, Don Gordon, R. L. Neuhaus, Norman Jackson, James C. White, Philip Dentinger, Ken McCullough, John Daniel, David Martinson, Ralph J. Mills, Jr., Phylis Liebling, Jonathan Sisson, Joe Paddock, Elton Glaser, Thomas Kerrigan, Peter Mladinic, Caroline Marshall, J. R. Naiden, Robert Fagone, and J. T. Slater. Spine slightly sunned, light wear to extremities, else vg. Forthe issue. 20.00

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144 BLY, Robert) Poetry East, 4-5, Spring-Summer 1981) HALL, Donald HUGO, Richard Poetry East, numbers 4 and 5 : A Special Double Issue on Robert Bly
Poetry East, Charlottesville, VA, 1981, 
BLY, Robert, et al. Poetry East, numbers 4 and 5 : A Special Double Issue on Robert Bly . Charlottesville, VA: (Poetry East), 1981. Pp. 293. 8vo, illustrated yellow card covers. Includes works relating to Bly by Bly, Donald Hall, Annie Wright, Michael Clifton, Thomas McGrath, Patricia Goedicke, Richard Hugo, Bill Zavatsky, Mark Rudman, Gregory Orr, Victoria Harris, MichaelCuddihy, Larry Lewis, Deborah Baker, John Haines, David Ray, David Ignatow , Howard Nelson, Howard McCord, Leif Sjöerg, David Seal, and William VirgilDavis. Vertical creasing to front cover, spine sunned, else vg. For the do uble-issue. 35.00

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145 BOARDMAN, Joseph. WOLF, Rennold. POLLOCK, Channing. Perfect Lady. A novelization of the Channing Pollock - Rennold Wolf Play. in dustjacket.
Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1915, 
BOARDMAN, Joseph. A Perfect Lady. A novelization of the Channing Pollock - Rennold Wolf Play. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, Publishers, (©1915). Pp. (6),[1]-345,(1). 8vo, green cloth with black lettering to front cover and spine. The dustjacket, curiously, makes no mention of Joseph Boardman, who undertook the novelization. "Lucille Higgins, alias Lucille Le Jambon, is one of those shrewd,merry, big-hearted chorus girls who so often live the life of the footlights through necessity rather than preference. She remains a member of the 'Merry Models' company to support a younger sister in a fashionable boarding school, but when the company is stranded in Sycamore Junction, Kansas, Lucille decides to conceal her former life, settle down there andmake a home for her sister, Claire. She opens the 'Jardin de Danse and Ice Cream Cabaret' and into peaceful Sycamore Junction introduces the tango, d anced a la Broadway. The revolt of the whole town, led by the minister (whom she finally marries), against the Ice Cream Cabaret; Lucille's struggles;the disclosing of her stage life, and her final happiness make an interest ing story, full of delicious humor. In the dramatic production, Rose Stahl scored a decided success as Lucille." - from the dustjacket. With advertisements verso dustjacket. Gift inscription inked to flyleaf, else very good in spine-chipped, brightly illustrated dustjacket. Uncommon with dustjacket.40.00

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146 BOGER, Lorise C. Southern Mountaineer in Literature : An Annotated Bibliography
West Virginia University Library, Morgantown, WV, 1964, 
BOGER, Lorise C. The Southern Mountaineer in Literature : An Annotated Bibliography . Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University Library, 1964. Pp. [i]-ix,(3),1-105,(3). 8vo, green cloth with black lettering to front and spine.A bibliography of Appalachian literature. Faint spotting to front, else vg . 25.00

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147 BOLL, Heinrich) Fat Abbot. Number Three. Summer-Fall 1961
Fat Abbot, Boston, 1961, 
(BÖLL, Heinrich). The Fat Abbot. Number Three. Summer-Fall 1961. Boston : The Fat Abbot, 1961. Pp 82. 8vo, blue card covers. Includes Something Will Be Done : An Action-Packed Story by Heinrich Böll, translated by Yetta Ziolkowski. Spine faded, else a very good to fine copy. 35.00

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148 BOLTON, Frances Eugenia Battle Hymn of My Kingdom
Pacific Press, San Francisco, CA, 1898, 
BOLTON, Frances Eugenia. Battle Hymn of My Kingdom . San Francisco, CA: Pacific Press, (1898). Pp. (36). Unpaginated. Illustrated. 8vo, green cloth with silver illustration to front, gilt lettering to front, blank spine. A slim selection of religious verse. Initial and final leaves foxed, rear innerhinge tender, else vg. Uncommon. 40.00

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149 BOLZ, Peter, and Viola KONIG KONIG, Viola Native American Modernism : Art from North America : The Collection of the Ethnologisches Museum Berlin
Michael Imhof Verlag, Petersberg, Hesse, Germany, 2012, ISBN:9783865687852 
BOLZ, Peter, and Viola KONIG. Native American Modernism : Art from North America : The Collection of the Ethnologisches Museum Berlin. (Petersberg, Hesse, Germany) : Michael Imhof Verlag, (2012). Pp (4),5-192. Illustrated in Colour. 4to, illustrated maroon card covers, French flaps. Veroffentlichungen des EthnologischenMuseums Berlin, Neue Foilge 81 - Fachreferat Amerikanische Ethnologie X. "Native American Modernism presents a "different modernism“ produced in North America: the art of the indigenous peoples that has coevolved along with modern white Anglo-American Modernism. [...] For the first time the museum’s extensive collection of modern Native American art, ranging from the 1970s to the present, is shown and published. [...] The first section of this catalogue deals with the historical development of modern Native American art up to the foundation of the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe in 1962. [...] In the second section of this catalogue, the historical development is documented by means of a quotations, NativeAmerican artists and renowned art historians, critics and curators make st atements about modern Native American art. This collage addresses topics such as cultural self-determination, Native Americans in World War II, militant movements, the interrelationships between Native art and the art market,and the concept of art in North American literature." (from the front flap ). Of Canadaian interest, the chapter on The Northwest Coast (pp 77-103, with 27 illustrations) deals with the Haida, Coast Salish, Kwakiutl, Nootka, Tlingit and other groups of British Columbia. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES MAY BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Very good. 35.00

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150 BOND, F. Fraser Woolly Lamb of God. signed.
Fleming H. Revell, New York, 1933, 
BOND, F. Fraser. The Woolly Lamb of God . New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, (1933). Pp. (10),15-77,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, green cloth with gilt decoration to front, gilt lettering to front and spine. A short religious tale. Spine sunned, previous owner's name (to whom the book was dedicated) to dedication page, else vg. Signed by Bond without inscription on the title page. 50.00

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151 BOND, Larry Dangerous Ground. First Edition in dustjacket.
Forge, New York, 2005, ISBN:076530788x 
BOND, Larry. Dangerous Ground. New York: Forge, (2005). First Printing. Pp.(12),[13]-336. Map. 8vo, blue cloth with metallic lettering to spine. "The USS Memphis, a dilapidated submarine that that should have been mothballed decades ago, has been given one last mission by the newly elected presiden t. The task: To sneak illegally into Russia's coastal waters and recon the leaking nuclear fuel containers hidden on the floor of the Arctic Ocean. More than just an environmental nightmare, this radioactive burial ground houses enough nuclear capability to destroy most of America's major cities. The Memphis's commander, Lowell Hardy, had been looking forward to flag rank and pleasant duty upon the sub's decommissioning. Now he is trapped in an inconceivably dangerous and illegal mission which could easily end his career, if not his life and the lives of his crew. But it's the crew who feel Hardy's tension as he tyrannizes everyone on board to ensure they'll be readyfor anything: Jerry Mitchell: a former naval pilot with political connecti ons, he is a novice submariner, unprepared for his demanding job as a weapons officer. Central to the Memphis's mission, Mitchell may be its greatest liability . . . Or its ultimate salvation. Dr. Joanna Patterson: The seniorcivilian scientist, appointed by and reporting to the president, she is a world-class expert on nuclear fuel contamination--and every bit as demanding as Hardy. Patterson and her partner, Dr. Emily Davis, soon find themselves battling flaring tempers, faulty machinery, lethal radioactivity, and theraging arctic seas. The submariners: Seething with rage at their Captain B ligh-like commander and the equally domineering Joanna Patterson, they are also at war with Jerry Mitchell, and one another. Like the captain, they feel they deserve better, not this antiquated relic, not this hostile scientist, not this novice weapons officer, and definitely not this disastrously dangerous mission. Nor is the mission what it seems. Lurking beneath the frigid, black, radioactive waters is a secret far more deadly than anything naval command could imagine--a secret so menacing the Russian Fleet is hell-bent on destroying the Memphis and all who sail in her." front dj flap. Remainder dot on top-edge, else very good in unclipped dustjacket. 20.00

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152 BONEHILL, Ralph, Capt. Young Oarsmen of Lake View.
M.A. Donahue & Company, Chicago / New York , 1905, 
BONEHILL, Ralph, Capt. Young Oarsmen of Lake View. Chicago / New York : M.A. Donahue & Company, n.d. [1900s]. Pp [i]-iv,[5]-266,(6). 8vo, pictorial yellow cloth, lettered in black. In The Young Sportsman's Series. A work of juvenile fiction. Cocked, cloth rubbed, hinges shaky, some smudges, else good. As is. 20.00

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153 Borestone Mountain Poetry Awards) DICKEY, James WILBUR, Richard SEXTON, Anne Best Poems of 1965 : Borestone Mountain Poetry Awards 1966. A Compilation of Original Poetry Published in Magazines of the English-Speaking World in 1965. First Edition in dustjacket
Pacific Books, Palo Alto, Calif., 1966, 
[Borestone Mountain Poetry Awards]. Best Poems of 1965 : Borestone MountainPoetry Awards 1966. A Compilation of Original Poetry Published in Magazine s of the English-Speaking World in 1965. Eighteenth Annual Issue Volume XVIII. Palo Alto, Calif.: Pacific Books, 1966. First Edition. Pp 124. 8vo, tancloth. With poems by James Dickey [Bruccoli & Baughman, James Dickery: A B ibliography B8], Richard Wilbur, and Anne Sexton, among others. Edges specked, else very good in rubbed dustjacket. 25.00

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154 BOURAOUI, H. A. Musocktail
Tower Publications, Wheaton, IL, 1966, 
BOURAOUI, H. A. Musocktail . Wheaton, IL: Tower Publications, 1966. Pp. (1)-47,[1]. Double column. Small oblong 8vo, printed stapled white and blue card covers. A collection of poems by the Tunisian-born poet. Text in French.Lightly rubbed, else vg. 20.00

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155 BOURINOT, Arthur S. LAMPMAN, Archibald THOMSON, Edward William Archibald Lampman's Letters to Edward William Thomson, 1890-1898. First Edition
Arthur S. Bourinot, Ottawa, 1956, 
BOURINOT, Arthur S. Archibald Lampman's Letters to Edward William Thomson, 1890-1898. Edited with an introduction, annotations, a bibliography with notes, and his "Essay on Happiness" by Arthur S. Bourinot. Ottawa : Publishedby the editor at 158 Carleton Road, Rockcliffe Park, (1956). Limited Editi on of 500 Copies. Pp. (6),1-74. 8vo, stapled printed yellow card covers. Wicken : "Archibald Lampman : An Annotated Bibliography" B164. Edward WilliamThomson (b. February 12, 1849, Toronto township, Peel County, Ontario – d. March 5, 1924 in Boston) was a Canadian journalist and writer. "Thomson an d Lampman had been friends since the publication of 'Among the Millet' (1888). Thomson was then editor of 'The Globe', Toronto, and he wrote a friendly editorial suggesting government recognition and fostering of Canadian genius by the appointment of men like Lampman to better positions in the CivilService. On his part, Lampman tried to place some of Thomson's stories wit h Scribners and Harpers, where Lampman's work frequently appeared. In fact,no Canadian poet living in Canada, (I say, 'living in Canada', because Rob erts, Carman and Stringer , all had appreciative American admirers, but allthree, for a time, at least, livied in the USA), before or since (except p erhaps Service) has had such appreciative public in the States. Early in 1891, Thomson left 'The Globe' to become editor of 'The Youth's Companion'. That is really the beginning of the correspondence. These letters were written during the years 1891 to 1898, starting when Lampman was 31 years of ageand ending in the year before his death. [...] The letters reveal the man and poet as he was in real life from day to day and hour to hour. Sensitiveand retiring, not always sure of himself, yet ambitious and anxious to get himself out of the civil service where he felt he was in a rut." - from th e introduction, p.6. "Withdrawn" stamps verso both covers, bookplate remnant verso front, else very good. 20.00

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156 BOVA, Ben Notes to a Science Fiction Writer. US in dj.
1975, 
BOVA, Ben. Notes to a Science Fiction Writer. N.Y. : (1975). Vg in chipped dj. 20.00

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157 BOVA, Ben Ballantine 25556 Millenium. pbk signed 1st Ballentine
Ballantine Books, 1977, 
BOVA, Ben. Millenium : A Novel About People and Politics in the Year 1999. NY: Ballantine Books, (April 1977). First Ballantine Books Edition. Pp. 295. Small 8vo, ill. card covers. Some creasing along spine, lower corners slightly bumped, previous owner's name, else vg. Author's signed gift inscription to title page. 30.00

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158 BOVA, Ben. Kinsman. Uncorrected Proof, signed.
Dial Press / James Wade, New York, 1979, 
BOVA, Ben. Kinsman. New York : The Dial Press, James Wade, 1979. Uncorrected Proof. Pp. (6),1-[202]. Tall 8vo, pritned red card covers with black lettering to front and spine. Ben Bova, b. November 8, 1932, Philadelphia. "To Chet Kinsman, space held the promise of peace and beauty that Earth denied him -- yet it was Kinsman who stained the purity of space with murder. His atonement shaped his life and the destiny of his planet -- and drew him inexorably to use, and finally betray, those closest to him. Preceding the widely acclaimed 'Millennium' in the author's gripping chronicle of the next quarter century, 'Kinsman' shows the eventful, expanding space program from today's space shuttle to the first permanent moon base, through the eyes ofits dedicated -- and driven -- hero. Drawn from today's and tomorrow's headlines, it is a vivid picture of what the future will mean in human terms." - from the introductory preamble. Nick to head of front outer hinge, else very good. Signed and inscribed by Bova on the half-title. 30.00

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159 BOWER, B.M. FISCHER, Anton Otto Flying U's Last Stand
The Copp, Clark Co., Limited, Toronto, 1915, 
BOWER, B.M. The Flying U's Last Stand. Frontispiece by Anton Otto Fischer. Toronto: The Copp, Clark Co., Limited, 1915. First Canadian Edition. Pp. (1),[1],2-353,(3). Brown cloth with illustrated front cover and gilt lettering to spine and cover. Black smudge on copyright page, brown stain to pg. 337, two blank pages torn out from back, inner front hinge partially cracked,slightly cocked, minor soiling to cover. 18.00

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160 BOWER, B. M. FISCHER, Anton Otto (frontis.) Skyrider. in dj.
Grosset and Dunlap, New York, 1918, 
BOWER, B. M. Skyrider . With frontispiece by Anton Otto Fischer. NY: Grosset and Dunlap, (1918). Pp. (i)-vi,1-317,[1],[12] of ads, frontis. 8vo, lightblue cloth with dark blue lettering and plane illustration to spine. A wes tern novel with an aviation tinge. Faint staining to rear board, else vg inlightly browned, spine-nicked, corner-trimmed dj. 20.00

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