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4.DESCRIPTION: No More Buffalo by Bob Scriver with the assistance of Dr. Harold McCracken, Dr. John C. Ewer, Nicholas de Vore III, Marshall Notice & Carl Cree Medicine. The Lewell Press, Kansas City. Stated FIRST EDITION, c. 1982 by Scriver. The dust jacket has a few tears on the top front and back but the book itself is in great condition. Through the bronze sculptures and insightful text of Bob Scriver, the recipient of the 1990 Montana Governor's Award for Distinguished Achievement in the Arts, NO MORE BUFFALO traces the history of the Blackfeet nomadic pre-horse days, through the coming of the horse, to the flowering of their materially and spiritually rich culture in the 18th and 19th centuries.
5.DESCRIPTION: Very large hardcover coffee table book with dust jacket. Portraits from North American Indian Life by Edward S. Curtis. Published in association with the American Museum of Natural History by BBS Publ. Corp. C. 1972 Outerbridge & Lazard Inc. More than eighty full-sized portraits capture the beauty and pathos of native American life in what the author calls "a record of the Indian's relations with and his dependence on the phenomena of the universe."
6.DESCRIPTION: New condition hardcover coffee table book in new condition. Unstated FIRST EDITION, Mapping the World by Michael Swift, Chartwell Boons, Inc. C. 2006 Compendium Publ. Ltd. A history of maps and map making which details some 200 maps from around the world, from the earliest recorded examples to the end of the Nineteenth Century Illustrated in color throughout.
7.DESCRIPTION: Two hardcover coffee table books with dj's. 1) Harper Collins, Atlas of World History, edited by Geoffrey Baraclough. Published 2003 by Borders Press in association with HarperCollins. C. Time Books, 2003. 2) Hammond World Atlas, Hammond World Atlas Corp, mapmakers for the 21st century, c. 2003, third edition.
8.DESCRIPTION: Unstated FIRST EDITION, Edward Sheriff Curtis: Visions of the First Americans by Don Gulbrandsen. 2006 - Chartwell Books, Inc., c. 2006 Compendium Publ. Another beautiful hardcover coffee table book with dj in new condition. a tribute to the photographer, his work, but above all to the Native Americans he photographed. Chapters on many different Native American tribes make this collection unique. Edward Curtis's recognizable style, saturated with sepia, is immediately recognizable. He captures not only the striking faces of his subjects, but also a glimpse into the lifestyle of each Native American tribe he photographed.
9.DESCRIPTION: Two large hardcover coffee table books. 1) New copy, The Wall Chart of World History from earliest times to the present, a facsimile edition. C. Third Millennium Press Limited, 1997. Six millennia of world history at a glance, in more than 400 illustrations. Through thousands of dates, facts and quotes, all in chronological sequence, a 30-foot, visual panorama of history literally unfolds, revealing untold treasures inside. Great empires, dynasties, rulers from King Solomon to the present day, exciting inventions, and dramatic discoveries: this magnificent, fully updated chart covers 40 centuries before Christ and 20 centuries after his birth. Based on the famous and now very rare Victoria wall chart, first published in 1890. 2) Unstated FIRST EDITION, Maps of North America by Ashley and Miles Baynton-Williams. Quercus, 'untitled map of the United States' 1783, c. 2008. The vignettes depict George Washington and Benjamin Franklin. There is a tear in the spine, see photo.
10.DESCRIPTION: The Rockies by David Muench and Marc Muench, c. 1997. Essay by James R. Udall, Graphic Arts Center Publ. From Banff to Taos, see the grandeur, the awe, and the intimate nature of this great Continental Divide that splits North America, east from west.
11.DESCRIPTION: Large, hardcover coffee table art book with dj. Georgia O'Keeffe, selections from one hundred flowers in the West, the New York years. Callaway publ, New York, c. 2001. Unstated FIRST EDITION. A celebration of the artist's familiar works encompasses one hundred of her famous flower masterpieces as gathered from private collections and leading museums, and is presented in an accessible, coffee-table format.
12.DESCRIPTION: Three beautiful hardcover, coffee table books with dj's, depicting everything about Italy. 1) Pizza & Pasta: over 160 step-by-step recipes. Barnes & Noble Books publ, 2003. C. 2003 Salamander Books Ltd. Unstated FIRST EDITION. 2) Wonders of Italy: A journey into Italian art, Traditions and natural wonders. White Star publ, c. 1998. 3) Italy: The Beautiful Cookbook, authentic recipes from the regions of Italy. Recipes by Lorenzade Medici, text by Patrizia Passigli. HarperCollins publ, c. 1996.
13.DESCRIPTION: Two softcover art books. 1) Mountain Majesty: The Art of John Fery. A traveling exhibition sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. William P. Healey and Mr. and Mrs. John B. Fery, c. 1997. John Fery was active/lived in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Montana / Hungary. He is known for western panoramic landscape painting, cycloramas, promotional painting. 2) From Inside Out: Contemporary Wildlife Art and the Legacy of Carl Rungius, c. 2000. Rungius was active/lived in New York, Wyoming / Canada. He is known for wildlife and landscape painting, illustration, etching.
14.DESCRIPTION: Old and rare six volume set! American Reference Library Edition that was printed from artists' proofs and first impressions from new plates and was limited to 1,000 copies, E.J. Stanley c. 1903. The set consists of: Vol. I, The New World Analytical Reference, by James W. Buel Ph. D, (497 pages). Vol II. Epochs of Discovery (Planting and Independence by John Clark Ridpath, LL.D, (492 pages). Vol. III, Epochs of Nationality, War and Greatness by Ridpath and Buel, (506 pages). Vol IV, Our Wars and New Possessions by Buel and Marcus J. Wright, (478 pages). Vol. V, Encyclopedic Dictionary of American Reference by J. Franklin Jameson and Buel, (488 pages). Vol VI, Encyclopedic Dictionary of American Reference by Jameson and Buel, (476 pages). Hardcover set bound in red leather along the spines and at the corners over marbled paper covered boards with marbled end papers, b/w illustrations.
15.DESCRIPTION: Van Gogh: The Complete Paintings, Volume 1 & 2, hardcover box set by Ingo F. Walther and Rainer Metzger, Benedikt Taschen, c. 1993. Vol. 1 Etten, April 1881-Paris, February 1888. Vol. II Arles, February 1888-Auvers-sur-Oise, July 1890. Considered a founding father of modern painting, Vincent van Gogh is also one of the most famed tragic figures in art history.
16.DESCRIPTION: The Book of Health: A Reliable Family Physician. Giving in detail the cause, symptoms, treatment and history of all diseases of the Human Body and plain instruction for the care of the sick with full directions for treating emergency cases. A description of the structure and functions of the human body, hygiene and rules of health. Illustrated with colored plates, containing dissected manikins showing the organs of the body and head in their relative positions. Revised edition, 1903, The Madison Book Co., 1903. Some of the pages are tearing away from the spine.
17.DESCRIPTION: Two paperback books about our great state of Montana. 1) Montana by Norma Tirrell, photography by John Reddy. Compass American Guides, an imprint of Fodor's Travel Publ., c. 2002, fifth edition. A writing on ghost towns and rodeos, and the best of Montana's guest ranches Winter recreation in Montana's uncrowded ski areas Firsthand information on fishing and hiking in Montana's wilderness Scenic road trips with detailed, full-color maps Literary extracts by nature writers and cowboy poets Spectacular color photographs and archival images "John Reddy's color photographs capture the beauty of Big Sky Country, while Norma Tirrell's lively text and candid hotel and restaurant recommendations will have you ready and rarin' to go." 2) Moon Handbooks: Montana, fifth edition by W.C. McRae & Judy Jewell. Avalon Travel publ., c. 2002.
18.DESCRIPTION: The Next Whole Earth Catalog: Access to Tools, edited by Stewart Brand, Jan. 1981. A vintage Hippie access to a tool supply catalogue. Stated FIRST EDITION, Oct. 1980, 4th printing, 360,000 in print. A very interesting, coffee table size catalog, with much more than tools in between the covers, actually there's very few "tools"! The cover has pulled away from the binding.
19.DESCRIPTION: Three paperback books referencing the National Parks. 1) Going to the Sun Road: Glacier National Park's Highway to the Sky by C.W. Guthrie. Farcountry Press, Helena, Montana, c. 2006. Unstated FIRST EDITION. Laborers toiled for nearly 20 years to complete the 50-mile road that winds an impossible route through the heart of Glacier. Guthrie tells the intriguing tale of the history and the construction of this epic road. Includes more than 60 b & w historic and color photographs, maps. 2) The Playground Trail, The National Park-to-Park Highway: To and Through the National Parks of the West in 1920 by Lee and Jane Whiteley, c. 2003. The book that inspired the PBS presentation of "Paving the Way, the National Park-to-Park Highway" by Brandon Wade. 3) Geology of National Parks, sixth edition by Ann Harris, Esther Tuttle and Sherwood Tuttle with included CD-Rom, c. 2004.
20.DESCRIPTION: We found these tucked away in a book. Vintage Currier & Ives American Homestead prints from Aspelin Art Galleries, 1983. Includes all four seasons; Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter.
21.DESCRIPTION: Four hardcover books in new condition. 1) Unstated FIRST EDITION, Famous Last Words: Fond farewells, deathbed diatribes and exclamations upon expiration. Compiled by Ray Robinson, c. 2003, Workman Publ. 2) Stated FIRST EDITION, This Living Hand and Other Essays by Edmund Morris, c. 2012, Random House publ. 3) The Antidote: Happiness for people who can't stand positive thinking by Oliver Burkeman, c. 2012, Faber and Faber, Inc. 4) Idea Man: A memoir by the co-founder of Microsoft, Paul Allen, Portfolio/Penguin pull, 2011.
22.DESCRIPTION: The Illustrated Biographical Encyclopedia of Artists of the American West by Peggy and Harold Samuels, c. 1976, Doubleday & Co. Inc. Hardcover; 549 pp. photographs, illustrations. A massive, informative, and the most comprehensive reference work on Western American Art ever published. This volume features over 1,700 concise and detailed biographies of painters, illustrators, and sculptors who fell under the spell of the American West.
23.DESCRIPTION: Stated FIRST EDITION, The 20th Century: An illustrated history of our lives and times, editor in chief Lorraine Glennon. JG Press, c. 2000. New condition, hardcover with dj. One hundred eventful years are entertainingly assembled into one manageable package. It is superbly organized; the century is broken into decade by decade chapters, then further divided into year by year sections, each containing six to eight information packed pages per year. The 756 page book contains over 2500 photographs, maps and illustrations.
24.DESCRIPTION: 1) Life: Century of Change: America in Pictures 1900-2000, edited by Richard B. Stolley, A Bulfinch Press Book, c. 2000. Surveys the evolution of daily life in America in the last century, collecting 650 images from the archives of LIFE magazine that visually record significant changes along such themes as parenting, machines, entertainment, fashion, homes, jobs, and shopping. 2) Stated FIRST EDITION, The Century by Peter Jennings and Todd Brewster, Doubleday publ. C. 1998 by ABC Television Network Group.
25.DESCRIPTION: Two art books in new condition. 1) Art Nouveau, Utopia: Reconciling the Irreconcilable by Klaus-Jurgen Sembach, Taschen publ, c. 2002. Art Nouveau, whose emergence at the same time as cinema was no mere coincidence, represents the most remarkable attempt to reconcile the demands of the technical age with the undying wish for beauty and glorification - or to pit the one against the other. 2) Imperishable Beauty: Art Nouveau Jewelry by Yvonne J. Markowitz and Eylse Zorn Karlin. MFA Publ., Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, c. 2008. With nearly 120 ornaments from a single private collection-the finest of its type in America--Imperishable Beauty features all of the major designers and jewelers from this groundbreaking era. Paintings, prints, posters and textiles fill out the presentation, making this book as rich and intoxicating as the aesthetic it portrays.
26.DESCRIPTION: Three books referring to cooking or ingredients, new condition. 1) Change Comes to Dinner. How vertical farmers, urban growers, and other innovators are revolutionizing how America eats by Katherine Gustafson, c. 2012. St. Martin's Griffin publ, stated FIRST EDITION, May 2012. 2) Kitchen Mysteries: Revealing the science of cooking by Herve This, Columbia University Press, c. 2007. 3) The Kingdom Fungi: the biology of mushrooms, molds and lichens by Steven L. Stephenson, c. 2010, Timber Press. The ubiquitous fungi are little known and vastly underappreciated. Yet without them we wouldn't have bread, alcohol, cheese, tofu, or the unique flavors of mushrooms, morels, and truffles. We can't survive without fungi.
27.DESCRIPTION: Two hardcover coffee table books with dj's. 1) Remembering the '40s: A decade in words and pictures by Nick Freeth, Barnes & Noble. C. 2002 Salamander Books Ltd. 2) Big Town Big Time: A New York Epic: 1898-1998. Dailey News Books, 1999. The 100th anniversary of the creation of Greater New York via consolidation of what had previously been dozens of separate communities. These are the greatest moments in New York City history, recreated from the news and picture files of the New York Daily News. From Typhoid Mary to the opening of Yankee Stadium to the unforgettable blackout, it's a time to remember.
28.DESCRIPTION: C. 1968-70, Time-Life, Foods of the World, 6 volumes, plus one duplicate. The Cooking of Provincial France, American Cooking, (2) Wines and Spirits, The Cooking of Italy, The Cooking of Vienna's Empire, The Cooking of Scandinavia.
29.DESCRIPTION: The Old West is a series of books about the fundamental founding of the American Old West, published by Time-Life Books from 1973 through 1980. Each book focuses on a different topic. We have 24 of 26 volumes, no master index. Missing: The Scouts, The End and the Myth.
30.DESCRIPTION: Three hardcover books for the oenophile. 1) Real Wine: The Rediscovery of Natural Winemaking by Patrick Matthews, Mitchell Beazley publ, c. 2000. Unstated FIRST EDITION. 2) Adventures on the Wine Route: A Wine Buyer's Tour of France by Kermit Lynch. Farrar, Straus and Giroux publ. Stated FIRST EDITION, SIGNED and INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR! 3) Harvests of Joy, My Passion for Excellence by Robert Mondavi, c. 1998 with Paul Chutkow.
31.DESCRIPTION: Five culinary books, four hardcover. 1) Stated FIRST EDITION, Extra Virginity: The Sublime and Scandalous World of Olive Oil by Tom Mueller, c. 2012, W.W. Norton & Co. publ. 2) Stated FIRST EDITION, Cooking the Costco Way: Across the Country and Around the World, c. 2003, Anita Thompson editorial director. 3) Unstated FIRST EDITION, library book, Seafood: A Connoisseur's Guide and Cookbook by Alan Davidson, c. 1989. 4) Sunset Seafood Cookbook by the editors of Sunset Books and Magazine, Lance Publ., c. 1981. 5) Library book, Fish by the editors of Time-Life, c. 1979.
32.DESCRIPTION: Five paperback wine books. 1) The Wine Bible by Karen MacNeil, c. 2001, Workman Publ. 2) Adventures on the Wine Route: A Wine Buyer's Tour of France by Kermit Lynch, c. 1988. North Point Press - Farrar, Straus and Giroux publ, stated FIRST EDITION. 3) Touring Washington's Wine Regions. 4) Understanding Wine Technology: A book for the non-scientist that explains the science of winemaking by David Bird, c. 2010, DBQA Publ, third edition. 5) How to Import Wine: An Insider's Guide by Deborah M. Gray, c. 2011, The Wine Appreciation Guild.
33.DESCRIPTION: Unstated FIRST EDITION, George Caleb Bingham, The Saint Louis Art Museum in association with Harry N. Abrams, Inc., c. 1990. New condition. Bingham (March 20, 1811 - July 7, 1879) was an American artist whose paintings of American life in the frontier lands along the Missouri River exemplify the Luminist style. Left to languish in obscurity, Bingham's work was rediscovered in the 1930s. By the time of his bicentennial in 2011, he was considered one of the greatest American painters of the 19th century.
34.DESCRIPTION: 12 of 23 volumes, Time-Life, The American Indians series. Cycles of Life, Keepers of the Totem, People of the Desert, Realm of the Iroquois, The European Challenge, The First Americans, The Mighty Chieftains, The Reservations, The Spirit World, The Way of the Warrior.
35.DESCRIPTION: Six hardcover wine books with dj's. 1) Stated FIRST EDITION, The Emperor of Wine: The rise of Robert M. Parker, Jr. and the reign of American taste by Elin McCoy, c. 2005, Ecco publ. 2) Stated FIRST EDITION, Inventing Wine: A new history of one of the world's most ancient pleasures by Paul Lukas, c. 2012. W.W. Norton & Co. publ. 3) To Cork or Not to Cork: Tradition, romance, science and the battle for the wine bottle by George M. Taber. First Scribner edition, Oct. 2007. 4) Thomas Jefferson on Wine by John Hailman, c. 2006, University Press. 5) Stated FIRST EDITION, Hidden Sonoma, photographs by Wes Walker, c. 2006, Welcome Books. 6) Stated FIRST EDITION, Hidden Napa Valley, photographs by Wes Walker, c. 2010, Welcome Books publ.
36.DESCRIPTION: No More Buffalo by Bob Scriver with the assistance of Dr. Harold McCracken, Dr. John C. Ewer, Nicholas de Vore III, Marshall Noice & Carl Cree Medicine. The Lewell Press, Kansas City. Stated FIRST EDITION, second printing, c. 1982 by Scriver. The dust jacket has a missing piece on the back, bottom. Through the bronze sculptures and insightful text of Bob Scriver, the recipient of the 1990 Montana Governor's Award for Distinguished Achievement in the Arts, NO MORE BUFFALO traces the history of the Blackfeet nomadic pre-horse days, through the coming of the horse, to the flowering of their materially and spiritually rich culture in the 18th and 19th centuries.
37.DESCRIPTION: Nine Hermes House, Anness Publishing books, eight are culinary. 1) Paint Effects, Masterclass: The ultimate source book for creating beautiful, easy-to-achieve interiors by Sacha Cohen, c. 2004. 2) Indian, deliciously authentic dishes by Shehzad Husain & Rafi Fernandez, c. 2002. 3) Mexican, healthy ways with a favorite cuisine by Jane Milton, c. 2002. 4) Thai, the essence of Asian cooking by Judy Bastyra with recipes by Becky Johnson, c. 2003. 5) The Italian Kitchen Bible by Kate Whiteman, Jeni Wright and Angela Boggiano, c. 2004. 6) Good Food Fast, mouthwatering meals in under 30 minutes by Jenni Fleetwood, c. 2003. 7) Japanese Cooking, the traditions, techniques, ingredients and recipes by Emi Kazuko, c. 2003. 8) Pasta, irresistible recipes for perfect pasta, contributing editor Linda Fraser, c. 2003. 9) Appetizers starters & first courses, contributing editor, c. 2004.
38.DESCRIPTION: Four books for the spirits enthusiast, two are hardcover. 1) A Double Scotch: How Chivas Regal and the Glenivet Became Global Iconsby F. Paul Pacult, c. 2005, John Wiley & Sons publ. 2) Everyday Drinking: The distilled Kingsley Amis, Bloomsbury publ. Co. 2008 by the Literary Estate of Sir Kingsley Amis. 3) The Art of Distilling Whiskey and other spirits, edited by Bill Owens and Alan Dikty, Quarry Books, c. 2009. Unstated FIRST EDITION. 4) Malt Whisky Yearbook, 2011, c. MagDig Media 2010.
39.DESCRIPTION: Three architectural/decor hardcover books with dj's. 1) Romance of the Mission: Decorating in the Mission Style by Elmo Baca, c. 1996, Gibbs-Smith publ. 2) Arts & Crafts from classic to contemporary furniture by Kevin P. Rodel and Jonathan Binzen, c. 2003, The Taunton Press. 3) Cabin Style by Janice Brewster, Publications International, 2002.
40.DESCRIPTION: Stated FIRST EDITION, hardcover with dj. New York: An Illustrated History by Ric Burns and James Sanders with Lisa Ades. Alfred A. Knopf publ. 1999, c. 1999 by Steeplechase Films, Inc. New condition, one tear in dj on top of spine. A companion volume to the PBS television series with 500 full-color and black & white illustrations. This lavish and handsomely produced book captures all the beauty, complexity, and power of New York.
41.DESCRIPTION: Frans Hals: The Complete Works by Claus Grimm, translated from the German by Jurgen Riehle. Happy N. Abrams Inc. publ., c. 1990. Unstated FIRST EDITION. Nimble brushstrokes, concise psychological characterizations and the ease of his compositions have earned the Haarlem master a reputation as a forerunner of the impressionists. Grimm, a scholar who has spent 25 years studying Hals's work, is even more specific. His interpretations supported by 471 plates, one-third in color, he calls Hals a direct precursor of Manet in his ability to create compositions of simple, striking silhouettes of figures. He also claims that Hals anticipated Cezanne in his relaxed, individualistic touches and his dissection of faces into mosaics.
42.DESCRIPTION: Two large hardcover coffee table books with dj's. 1) Unstated FIRST EDITION, Netherlandish Paintings in Soviet Museums, Aurora Art Publishers, Leningrad. Compiled, introduced and annotated by Nikolai Nikulin, c. 1987. Shows fifteenth and sixteenth century Dutch paintings, portraits and religious works, and describes the background of each work. 2) In Another Light: Danish Painting in the Nineteenth Century by Patricia G. Berman, The Vendome Press, c. 2007. Unstated FIRST EDITION.
43.DESCRIPTION: Four softcover art books. 1) Oxford World's Classics, The Lives of the Artists by Giorgio Vasari, Oxford Press, reissued 2008. 2) Kitsch and Art by Tomas Kulka, The Pennsylvania State University Press, second printing 2002. 3) Bonhams & Butterfields: California and American Paintings and Sculpture, Monday April 11, 2005, San Francisco and LA. 4) Bonhams & Butterfields: California and American Paintings and Sculpture, Monday Dec. 12, 2005, LA and San Francisco.
44.DESCRIPTION: Two books referring to the great northern expedition. 1) Stated FIRST EDITION, hardcover with dj, The Lewis and Clark Trail, Then and Now by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent, photographs by William Munox, c. 2002. Dutton Children's Books publ. 2) A History of the Lewis and Clark Journals by Paul Russell Cutright, University of Oklahoma Press, c. 1976.
45.DESCRIPTION: Two hardcover books with dj's depicting train history. 1) Train Stations: Whistle stops, rail stations, and train depots of North America by Alexander D. Mitchell IV. Courage Books, c. 2002 by PRC Publ. Ltd. With more than 100 great photographs, both vintage and contemporary, it's amust for any railway enthusiast. 2) Great Northern Empire Builder by Bill Yenne, c. 2005, MBI Publ. Unstated FIRST EDITION. This authoritative and richly illustrated history covers the Empire Builders through their 1970s demise. Included here are the trains, their various forms of motive power and rolling stock, and their services. A wealth of black and white archival images and period color photography depict the Empire Builders along one of the nation's most scenic routes. Also shown are uniforms, dinnerware, terminals and stations, interior views of Pullman and dome cars, period advertisements, and route maps.
46.DESCRIPTION: Unstated FIRST EDITION, Carl Rungius: Artist & Sportsman, c. 2001 The Glenbow Museum, Warwick Publ. New condition, crease in dj on the front. During his lifetime, artist Carl Rungius (1869-1959) enjoyed a reputation similar to that of well-known western painter Frederic Remington. Though interest in his depictions of the wildlife and awesome landscapes of the west declines after his death, growing fascination with our wilderness heritage is bringing Rungius back into the public eye. Rungius tended toward realism in his depiction of wildlife, he did some commercial illustration work for the magazine Field and Stream and paintings for the New York Zoological Society, but he also experimented with contemporary brushwork. Though his training was European, Rungius worked to develop a palette that would better convey the striking contrasts of light and color peculiar to the mountains and prairies of North America. The publication of this book coincides with a travelling exhibit created by the Glenbow Museum of Calgary, Alberta.
47.DESCRIPTION: Traildust: Cowboys, Cattle and Country, the art of James Reynolds. Text by Don Hedgpetch, introduction by Elmer Kelton. The Greenwich Workshop Press, c. 1997. First printing, unstated FIRST EDITION. Explores the work of the American painter as a testament to the rise and perpetuation of the cowboy as a symbol of the American West.
48.DESCRIPTION: A rare find indeed! Who doesn't love Glacier Park? Glacier: Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, including smooth stones, ripple marks, and water by George B. Robinson, Pocket Portfolio no. 12. C. 1998 by Tellurian Press Inc. Plus a 14 postcard book. Both in new condition!
49.DESCRIPTION: New condition, hardcover coffee table book with dj. Bronze by Ekserdjian David, Royal Academy of Arts, c. 2012. This sumptuous catalogue examines bronze's earliest beginnings in North Africa, the Middle East and China, as it left behind tools and weaponry to become a fine-art material. Leading authorities chart the virtuosity of artists in ancient Greece and Rome; later developments in Asia and Africa; bronze's great flowering in the European Renaissance in the hands of such figures as Ghiberti, Donatello and Cellini; and its use in the modern era by artists from Rodin and Picasso to Brancusi and Bourgeois.
50.DESCRIPTION: Two historical music hardcovers. 1) New condition, Crossroads: The Experience Music Project Collection, c. 2000, editor Chris Bruce. A very well crafted historical review of popular music frequently referred to as Rock and Roll. From its early roots to its latest manifestations, this book covers the gamut. As such it is a companion piece to the Experience Music Project Museum in Seattle, and if you can't get to Seattle, this book would at least give you a flavor of what awaits you there. Well written, with beautiful art and photos from electric music roots in 1935 through today. It succeeds in connecting the lineage in words and pictures. 2) The History of Western Music, fifth edition by Donald Jay Grout and Claude V. Palisca. W.W. Norton & Co., c. 1996.
51.DESCRIPTION: Three hardcover auto coffee table books with dj's. 1) Auto Focus: Porsche 911 by Richard Lentinello, Friendman/Fairfax publ, c. 2000. More than 100 lavish color photos-shot by the hottest auto photographers-plus informative captions and introductions capture the artistry and science of this quintessential model. 2) Ferrari by Rainer W. Schlegelmilch, Hartmut Lehbrink, Jochen von Osterroth. Konemann publ., c. 2004. 3) Ferrari: The Road From Maranello by Dennis Adler, c. 2006, Random House. Stated FIRST EDITION.
52.DESCRIPTION: Life's Picture History of Western Man, Time Inc., 1951, Henry R. Luce editor, unstated FIRST EDITION. Writing in ink on front end page. This book is a spiritual biography of Western Man, recording in terms of his own genius what he thought and felt and did about himself and the world around him. It is not a formal history, with dates and dynasties.
53.DESCRIPTION: The Professional Chef: The Culinary Institute of America, 7th edition, John Wiley & Sons publ. This fantastic book guides culinary students-professional aspirants and serious home cooks, alike-to mastery of the kitchen. Over 660 classic and contemporary recipes, with almost 200 variations, were chosen especially for their use of fundamental techniques. These techniques and recipes form a foundation from which a professional chef or home cook can build a personal repertoire.
54.DESCRIPTION: Delahaye Styling and Design by Richard S. Adatto and Diana E. Meredith, photographs by Michael Furman. Published by Dalton Watson Fine Books, 2006. A beautiful coffee table book with dj, new condition.
55.DESCRIPTION: Rare Automobili Lamborghini Catalogue Raisonne, collector's book 1963-2002 by Stefano Pasini, Automobilia, c. 2002. Hardcover with dj in cardboard slip case, new condition.
56.DESCRIPTION: Unstated FIRST EDITION, Italian Auto Legends: Classics of Style and Design by Michel Zumbrunn, text by Richard Heseltine, Merrell publ., c. 2006. Italian car design engenders a unique sense of passion. Its great names - Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Lancia, Maserati - are associated with some of the most seductive cars ever made and resonate the world over. Now in an unabridged compact edition, this bestselling book brings together 57 of the most important Italian cars designed from 1907 to the present day, each one representing a key moment in Italian car design. New condition, hardcover with dj.
57.DESCRIPTION: Three hardcover coffee table culinary books with dj's, new condition. 1) Williams-Sonoma, the best of Taste, Weldon Owen publ., unstated FIRST EDITION. 2) The Pasta Bible: The definitive sourcebook, with over 1000 illustrations by Christian Teubner, Silvio Rizzi and Tan Lee Leng. Chartwell Books, Inc., c. 1996. 3) Giuliano Bugialli's Parma: A capital of Italian Gastronomy, photogaphs by Andy Ryan. Academia Barilla editions, c. 2005. Parma - designated the culinary capital of the European Union is renowned for its unique ingredients, parmagiano reggiano and proscuitto di Parma. Giuliano Bugialli presents the food of this legendary city, dishes that have a classic simplicity and full, rich flavors. More than 120 recipes are included - antipasti, a wide array of pasta dishes, main courses based especially on veal and pork of the region, and, of course, the succulent desserts for which the city is famous.
58.DESCRIPTION: SIGNED and inscribed, No More Buffalo by Bob Scriver with the assistance of Dr. Harold McCracken, Dr. John C. Ewer, Nicholas de Vore III, Marshall Noice & Carl Cree Medicine. The Lewell Press, Kansas City. Stated FIRST EDITION, second printing, c. 1982 by Scriver. The dust jacket has a fear tears on the top front and back but the book itself is in great condition. Through the bronze sculptures and insightful text of Bob Scriver, the recipient of the 1990 Montana Governor's Award for Distinguished Achievement in the Arts, NO MORE BUFFALO traces the history of the Blackfeet nomadic pre-horse days, through the coming of the horse, to the flowering of their materially and spiritually rich culture in the 18th and 19th centuries.
59.DESCRIPTION: The only thing these books have in common is that they're all written in a foreign language. 1) Dutch - Aperitieven & Digestieven, Dranken om volmaakt van te genieten (drinks to enjoy perfect in) Lexicon by Tobias Pehle, R & B publ., c. 2005. 2) Dutch - Stadaard Woordenboek Nederlands, c. 2002. 3) Dutch - Kastelen Langs De Loire (Castles Along the Loire), Konemann publ, c. 1998. Plus two copies of Wines of South Africa, wine tour booklets.
60.DESCRIPTION: Unstated FIRST EDITION, The Allure of the Automobile: Driving in Style, 1930-1965 by Ken Gross and Ronald T. Labaco, principal photographer Peter Harholdt. High Museum of Art, Skira Rizzoli publ., c. 2010. Hardcover with dj, new condition. A celebration of the finest designs of the Golden Age of automotive design. The Allure of the Automobile presents eighteen of the world's rarest and most brilliantly conceived cars from 1930 to the mid-1960s, including masterpieces from Bugatti, Dusenberg, Delage, Porsche, Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar, and Ferrari.
61.DESCRIPTION: Two hardcover books about auto history. 1) Cars of the 50s by James M. Flammang and the editors of Consumer Guide, Publications International, Ltd., c. 2008. 2) Cars of 1965 by Dan Lyons and the editors of Consumer Guide, same publisher, c. 2002.
62.DESCRIPTION: 1) Hardcover with dj, Bill O'Reilly: Who's Looking Out for You? Broadway Books, c. 2003, unstated FIRST EDITION. 2) Hardcover with dj, The Talent Masters: Why smart leaders put people before numbers by Bill Conaty and Ram Charan, c. 2010, Crown Business publ. 3) Culture of Corruption: Obama and his team of tax cheats, crooks, and cronies by Michelle Malkin, c. 2009, Regnery Publ.
63.DESCRIPTION: 1) The Pocket Book of the Corvette: The definitive guide to the all American sports car by Andrew Montgomery, Barnes & Noble, c. 2003, unstated FIRST EDITION. 2) Ultimate Convertibles: Roofless Beauty by M. Holmes, Chartwell Books, Inc., 2007. 3) Great American Convertibles, Publications International, Ltd., c. 2003.
64.DESCRIPTION: Two vintage children's books. 1) The Little Prince by Antoine De Saint-Expuery, a new translation of the beloved classic with restored original art. A Harvest Book, Harcourt, Inc., c. 2000 Richard Howard. 2) Stated FIRST EDITION, E.T.A. Hoffmann, Nutcracker, translated by Ralph Manheim, pictures of Maurice Sendak, c. 1984, Crown Publishers. There are some tears in the dj, the book is in good condition.
65.DESCRIPTION: Two large, softcover culinary books. 1) Italianissimo: Over 600 great recipes from every region of Italy, McRae Books, c. 2007. 2) The Ultimate book of Fish and Shellfish by Kate Whiteman, Hermes House publ., 2004.
66.DESCRIPTION: Two new condition books that will help you in the restaurant business. 1) The Invention of the Restaurant: Paris and Modern Gastronomic Culture by Rebecca L. Spang. Harvard University Press, c. 2000, fifth printing, 2001. 2) Stated FIRST EDITION, Service Included: Four-Star Secrets of an Eavesdropping Waiter by Phoebe Damrosch. William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins publ. C. 2007 by Phoebe Damrosh. Hardcover with dj.
67.DESCRIPTION: 1) Wilderness Predators of the Rockies: The bond between predator and prey by Mike Lapinski, c. 2006, Falcon Guide, Helena, MT. This book takes readers on an in-depth journey into the secluded backcountry where legendary predators such as the mighty grizzly, taciturn wolverine, stately wolf, awesome jaguar, and other wild animals call home. Casting aside the canned, often misleading, biology often cited, this book offers a deeper understanding of wilderness and its predators and prey as well as an explanation about how humans fit into this fascinating cycle. 2) Canadian Rockies Panorama by Stephen Flagler, Altitude Publishing, c. 1999. This is one of the most popular books ever published on the Canadian Rockies, with over 150,000 copies sold in the last few years. The full-colour photos are displayed in a large landscape (horizontal) format.
68.DESCRIPTION: Etiquette: The Blue Book of Social Usage by Emily Post, 1959 Funk & Wagnalls Co, c. 1955, 9th edition, 87th printing. "More than three decades ago Mrs. Post published the first edition of her now world-famous Etiquette. She wrote it initially as a labor of love, because she believed then, as she does today, that truly good manners are the outward expression of an inner respect for other people and pleasure in their company. This wholly reset and completely modernized edition retains the spirit which prompted the original writing and brings up to the immediate moment a work which has always been the ultimate authority in its field."
69.DESCRIPTION: Two old hardcover books. 1) Land of Giants: The drive to the Pacific Northwest 1750-1950 by David Lavender, Mainstream of America Series, edited by Lewis Gannett, c. 1958 Doubleday & Co., 1958. 2) John L. Stoddard's Lectures, c. 1911, volume 7, Geo. L. Shuman & Co. publ. MCMXII (1912).
70.DESCRIPTION: The Copper Kings of Montana by Marian T. Place, c. 1961, illustrated by Ernest Kurt Barth. Landmark Books, Random House publ. There is writing in ink on title and copyright pages. The connivings of the money-mad and power-and mining "kings" are related in this history of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
71.DESCRIPTION: Four geological paperbacks. 1) Cataclysms on the Columbia by John Eliot Allen and Marjorie Burns, Timber Press, c. 1986. A Layman's guide to the features produced by the catastrophic Bretz floods in the Pacific Northwest. 2) Glacial Lake Missoula and its Humongous Floods by David Alt, c. 2001. Mountain Press Publishing Co., 2001. Unstated FIRST EDITION, 2nd printing. 3) On the Trail of the Ice Age Floods: A gelogical field guide to the Mid-Columbia Basin by Bruce Bjornstad, c. 2006, Keokee Books, second printing 2008. 4) Fire, Faults, and Floods: A road & trail guide exploring the origins of the Columbia River Basin by Marge & Ted Mueller, c. 1997, University of Idaho Press.
72.DESCRIPTION: New condition, hardcover with dj. Jeannette Rankin, 1880-1973: Bright Star in the Big Sky by Mary Barmeyer O'Brien. A Two Dot Book, c. 1995 by Falcon Press Publ. Co. The first woman ever elected to the U.S. Congress, Jeannette Rankin represented Montana for two terms in the U.S. House of Representatives. A leading advocate for both woman suffrage and world peace, she was instrumental in securing the right or Montana women to vote, five years before the right was granted nationally. As the sole female member of the U.S. Congress in 1919, Jeanette was the only woman to vote for national suffrage. This biography reveals Jeannette Rankin's life and personal story, exposing her many courageous and remarkable accomplishments.
73.DESCRIPTION: Four paperbacks in new condition, featuring bears/Montana. 1) Unstated FIRST EDITION, Great Montana Bear Stories by Ben Long, c. 2002, Riverbend publ. 2) The Beast that walks like Man: The story of the grizzly bear by Harold McCracken, Roberts Rinehart publ., c. 2003. 3) Bear Attacks: Their cases and avoidance by Stephen Herrero, c. 2002, The Lyons Press. 4) Montana Trivia compiled by Janet Spencer, c. 2002, Rutledge Hill Press.
74.DESCRIPTION: Hardcover coffee table book with dj. The Story of the Boeing Company, revised and updated edition by Bill Yenne, c. 2005. Zenith Press 2005. Unstated FIRST EDITION. In the early years of the twentieth century, William Edward Boeing summed up his new company's mission: "To let no new improvement in flying and flying equipment pass us by." And sure enough, in the century since, nothing and no one has outflown Boeing. The Story of the Boeing Company, the tale of the plane-maker to the world, unfolds on a fittingly grand scale in this book that is at once the history of one company and the story of an industry. Lavishly illustrated, this book showcases historic aircraft that made the company's name.
75.DESCRIPTION: The Oregon Trail: An American Saga by David Dary, c. 2004, Alfred A. Knopf publ. 2004. Stated FIRST EDITION hardcover with dj, new condition. A major one-volume history of the Oregon Trail from its earliest beginnings to the present, by a prize-winning historian of the American West. Starting with an overview of Oregon Country in the early 1800s, a vast area then the object of international rivalry among Spain, Britain, Russia, and the United States, David Dary gives us the whole sweeping story of those who came to explore, to exploit, and, finally, to settle there. Using diaries, journals, company and expedition reports, and newspaper accounts, David Dary takes us inside the experience of the continuing waves of people who traveled the Oregon Trail or took its cutoffs to Utah, Nevada, Montana, Idaho, and California.
76.DESCRIPTION: 1) Bold Spirit: Helga Estby' s Forgotten Walk Across Victorian America by Linda Lawrence Hunt, c. 2003. Anchor Books, a division of Random House publ. Stated FIRST EDITION. 2) Good Time Girls of the Alaska-Yukon Gold Rush by Lael Morgan, c. 1998, Epicenter Press.
77.DESCRIPTION: Stated FIRST EDITION, new condition hardcover with dj. John James Audubon: The Making of an American by Richard Rhodes, c. 2004. Alfred A. Knopf publ. 2004. John James Audubon came to America as a dapper eighteen-year-old eager to make his fortune. He had a talent for drawing and an interest in birds, and he would spend the next thirty-five years traveling to the remotest regions of his new country-often alone and on foot-to render his avian subjects on paper. The works of art he created gave the world its idea of America.
78.DESCRIPTION: Four Geological books, one hardback, new condition. 1) Scenic Trips to the Northwest's Geologic Past no. 2: Cataclysms on the Columbia by John Eliot Allen and Marjorie Burns, Timber Press. A Layman's guide to the features produced by the catastrophic Bretz floods in the Pacific Northwest. 2) Roadside Geology of Montana by David Alt and Donald W. Hyndman, c. 1986, Mountain Press Publ. 11th printing 2003. 3) Roadside History of Montana by Don Spritzer, c. 1999, Mountain Press publ. 1999, 4th printing May 2004. 4) Structural Geology by Haakon Fossen, c. 2010, Cambridge University Press, unstated FIRST EDITION.
79.DESCRIPTION: Dances with Light: The Canadian Rockies by Dawin Wiggett, c. 2005, Altitude publ. New condition hardcover with dj. The Canadian Rockies are a national treasure. For generations, visitors have come from all over the world to experience the astonshing scenery contained in the mountain national parks of Banff, Jasper, Kootenay, Yoho and Waterton. This gallery of photographs captures the essence of this magnificent wilderness in all it's changable moods; dramatic, exciting, colourful, raw, inviting.
80.DESCRIPTION: Four hardcover culinary books with dj's, new condition. 1) Cooking with Apples & Pears by Laura Washburn, c. 2009, Ryland Peters & Small publ. 2009. Unstated FIRST EDITION. 2) Williams-Sonoma, Pie & Tart by Carolyn Beth Weil, Simon & Schuster, 2003. 3) Menus for Special Occasions, Historic Hotels of America, National Trust for Historic Preservation, c. 1992. 4) Best Recipes from Time-Life Books, c. 1986, Wings Books, 1991 edition.
81.DESCRIPTION: Four Montana paperbacks, new condition. 1) The New Montana Story: An Anthology, compiled and edited by Rick Newby, Riverbend publ. c. 2003. 2) Unstated FIRST EDITION, Anacona Montana: Copper Smelting Boom Town on the Western Frontier by Patrick F. Morris, c. 1997, first printing. A story of prospectors, pioneers, railroads, Indian battles and massive industrial development on America's last frontier. 3) This is Montana by Rick and Susie Graetz. A geography-geographic history of Montana, volume 1. Northern Rockies publ., c. 2003. 4) Montana Dateline by Ellis Roberts Parry, c. 2001, Twodot publ.
82.DESCRIPTION: 1) Hardcover with dj, Cabin Fever: Rustic Style Comes Home by Rachel Carley, c. 1998. An Archetype Press Book, Simon & Schuster edition, unstated FIRST EDITION. 2) Home Work Handbuilt Shelter by Lloyd Kahn, c. 2004, Shelter publ. 3) Stated FIRST EDITION, Bathroom Design by Barry Dean, Simon and Schuster, c. 1985 Smallwood & Stewart.
83.DESCRIPTION: 10 volumes, Time-Life, The Enchanted World Series, c. 1985-87. Volumes include: Spells and Bindings, Magical Justice, The Secret Arts (with dj), Seekers and Saviors, Legends of Valor, Giants and Ogres, Fabled Lands, Wizards and Witches, Water Spirits Night Creatures.
84.DESCRIPTION: Time-Life complete Great Ages of Man series in 21 volumes, c. 1965-72. Some of the books are slightly bowed due to how they were stored but would look just find on a shelf (see photo). Volumes include African Kingdoms, Age of Enlightenment, Age of Exploration, Age of Faith, Age of Kings, Age of Progess, Anicent China, Ancient America, Ancient Egypt, Barbarian Europe, Byzantium, Classical Greece, Cradle of Civilization, Early Islam, Early Japan, Historic India, Imperial Rome, Renaissance, Rise of Russia, The Reformation, Twentieth Century.
85.DESCRIPTION: 1) Sun-tzu, The Art of War by Ralph D. Sawyer, c. 1994, Barnes & Noble, unstated FIRST EDITION. 2) World War I by H.P. Willmont, Dorling Kindersley publ., 2006.
86.DESCRIPTION: Three hardcover spirits books with dj's, new condition. 1) Travels with Barley: A journey through beer culture in America by Ken Wells, A Wall Street Journal Book, published by Free Press, c. 2004 by Down Jones & Co. 2) The Brontmans: The Rise and Fall of the House of Seagram by Nicholas Faith, c. 2006. St. Martin's Press, stated FIRST EDITION. 3) Malt Whisky by Charles MacLean, c. 1997. Published by Michael Beazley.
87.DESCRIPTION: No More Buffalo by Bob Scriver with the assistance of Dr. Harold McCracken, Dr. John C. Ewer, Nicholas de Vore III, Marshall Noice & Carl Cree Medicine. The Lewell Press, Kansas City. Stated FIRST EDITION, c. 1982 by Scriver. Through the bronze sculptures and insightful text of Bob Scriver, the recipient of the 1990 Montana Governor's Award for Distinguished Achievement in the Arts, NO MORE BUFFALO traces the history of the Blackfeet nomadic pre-horse days, through the coming of the horse, to the flowering of their materially and spiritually rich culture in the 18th and 19th centuries.
88.DESCRIPTION: Two Western history paperbacks, new condition. 1) Sacajawea by Harold P. Howard, c. 1971 by the University of Oklahoma Press, 8th printing 1987. 2) The Essential Lewis and Clark, Landon Y. Jones, editor, c. 2000, ECCO publ. The journals of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark remain the single most important document in the history of American exploration. Through these tales of adventure, edited and annotated by American Book Award nominee Landon Jones, we meet Indian peoples and see the Great Plains, the Rocky Mountains, and western rivers the way Lewis and Clark first observed them - majestic, pristine, uncharted, and awe-inspiring.
89.DESCRIPTION: Three paperbacks in new condition. 1) Great Montana Bear Stories by Ben Long, c. 2002, Riverbend publ. Unstated FIRST EDITION. 2) Montana Trivia, compiled by Janet Spencer, c. 2002, Rutledge Hill Press. 3) Yonder, a place in Montana by John Heminway, c. 2000, Adventure Press, National Geographic. Unstated FIRST EDITION.
90.DESCRIPTION: 1) The Shaping of America: A people's history of the young republic by Page Smith, volume 3, Penguin Books, c. 1980. 2) The Time Before History: 5 million years of human impact by Colin Tudge, c. 1996. Simon & Schuster publ., a Touchstone Book. 3) Cadillace Desert: The American West and its Disappearing Water by Marc Reisner, revised and updated, Penguin Books, c. 1993. 4) Lies Across America: What our historic sites get wrong by James W. Loewen, c. 1999, The New Press.
91.DESCRIPTION: Complete, twelve volume, Time-Life, History of the United States series, c. 1963. Volumes in order: The New World, Making of a Nation, Growing Years, Sweep Westward, Union Sundered, Union Restored, Age of Steel and Steam, Reaching for Empire, Progressive Era, War Boom and Bust, New Deal and War, Great Age of Change.
92.DESCRIPTION: 1) The King & I: The uncensored tale of Luciano Pavarotti's rise to fame by his manager, friend, and sometime adversary by Herbert Breslin & Anne Midgette, c. 2004. Doubleday publ., unstated FIRST EDITION. 2) Money Changes Everything: How global prosperity is reshaping our needs, values, and lifestyles by Peter Marber, FT Prentice Hall publ., c. 2003 Pearson Education Inc. FIRST printing. 3) My Life as a Quant: Reflections on physics and fiance by Emanuel Derman, c. 2004. Publ. by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 4) Inventing America, Fall Semester, 2004 book.
93.DESCRIPTION: Aston Martin The Story of a Sports Car. Book One (1921 to 1940) by Inman Hunter and F.E. Ellis, Book two (1946-1957) by Dudley Coram with a foreword by David Brown. Motor Racing Publ. Ltd. C. 2004 Centennial Publications. Hardcover with dj, new condition.
94.DESCRIPTION: Rare edition! World Art: The essential illustrated history, foreword by Dr. Mike O'Mahony, Flame Tree publ. New condition hardcover coffee table book with dj. Plus Kahlo (1907-1954): Pain and Passion by Andrea Kettenmann, Taschen publ. 2000.
95.DESCRIPTION: Stated FIRST EDITION, hardcover with dj. New York: An Illustrated History by Ric Burns and James Sanders with Lisa Ades. Alfred A. Knopf publ. 1999, c. 1999 by Steeplechase Films, Inc. New condition, one tar in dj on top of spine. A companion volume to the PBS television series with 500 full-color and black & white illustrations. This lavish and handsomely produced book captures all the beauty, complexity, and power of New York.
96.DESCRIPTION: Stated FIRST ANNUAL volume, unstated FIRST EDITION, coffee table book. O, The Oprah Magazine: Live Your Best Life, Oxmoor House. C. 2005 by Hearst Communications, Inc, first printing. Brings together a selection of more than one hundred inspirational, empowering, and entertaining articles from the pages of O, The Oprah Magazine, featuring advice from Dr. Phil, Suze Orman, Martha Beck, and Oprah, among others on "Your Personal Best," "Relationships," and "Living in the World."
97.DESCRIPTION: Two collector's paperbacks from Collector's Compass, Martingale & Co. publ., unstated FIRST EDITION'S. 1) 20th Century Glass, c. 2000. 2) 20th Century Dinnerware, c. 2001. Your resources for building and caring for a collection!
98.DESCRIPTION: The Splendor of France: Chateaux, Mansions, and Country Houses by Laure Murat. Beaux Arts Editions, c. 1991 Rizzoli International publ. New condition but the dj is ripped on the top, front cover. The elegant chateaux, luxurious estates, and grand private residences built in France over the past centuries are spectacularly presented in this lavish volume. Covering more than forty properties scattered throughout France, from Brittany and Normandy to Aquitaine and Provence, this volume captures their diverse architecture, rich interiors, priceless furniture, painting, and sculpture collections, and fabulous gardens in all their glory.
99.DESCRIPTION: Three paperback culinary books. 1) The Great Garlic Book: A guide with recipes by Chester Aaron, c. 1997, Ten Speed Press. Unstated FIRST EDITION, stated first printing. 2) Tapas Bar: Casual spanish cooking at home by Sophie Brissaud, c. 2003 Silverback Books. 3) 2005, San Francisco Cuisine: Menus and recipes from the Bay area's finest restaurants and top chefs.
100.DESCRIPTION: Rare, signed limited FIRST EDITION, 244 of 350! Leather bound coffee table book. Frederic Remington: Paintings, drawings, and sculpture in the Amon Carter Museum and the Sid W. Richardson Foundation Collections by Peter H. Hassrick, foreword by Ruth Carter Johnson. Published by Harry N. Abrams, Inc., c. 1973. In association with the Amon Carter Museum of Western Art. Superb, full-color large-scale reproductions of paintings by the artist whose name is synonymous with the American West are accompanied by drawings and sculptures immortalizing the cowboys, native Americans, and others who populated the Old West.
101.DESCRIPTION: Stated FIRST EDITION, The Western Reserve: The Story of New Connecticut in Ohio by Harlan Hatcher, The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc. c. 1949. Harlan Hatcher's intricate history of northern Ohio, encompasing the early days of the Connecticut Land Company in the closing decade of the eighteenth century to the industrial growth period of the early twentieth century, uses a combination of first person narrative and biographical anecdotes, as well as other primary documents, to support and enhance a story that is both informative and enjoyable.
102.DESCRIPTION: New condition, unstated FIRST EDITION hardcover, Art Treasures of Gilcrease Museum by Fred A. Myers, director of the Gilcrease Museum. Published on the occasion of the exchange exhibition between the Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, Ft. Worth, Texas, and the Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art, Tulsa, Oklahoma, July 1982, c. 1982.
103.DESCRIPTION: New condition, unstated FIRST EDITION hardcover with dj, The Call of the Mountains: The Artists of Glacier National Park by Larry Len Peterson, c. 2002. Published by Settlers West Galleries. ome of America's most outstanding artists have captured in print, paint, photography, and sculpture the beauty of Glacier's land, animals, and native peoples. Whether you know the region well or are discovering its charms for the first time, you will enjoy this celebration of the art of Glacier. This collection focuses on works before 1930 and features well-known artists, including Edward Curtis, Maynard Dixon, Charles M. Russell, James Willard Schultz, and Joseph H. Sharp. This is the first time the artists of Glacier country have been assembled in a single book. The 250 images from private and public collections offer art lovers and outdoor enthusiasts a fittingly magnificent view of Glacier National Park.
104.DESCRIPTION: New hardcover copy with dj, The American West: People, Places, and Ideas by Suzan Campbell with an essay by Kathleen E. Ash-Milby. C. 2001, Rockwell Museum of Western Art, Western Edge Press. The Great American West-a place familiar yet exotic, one that symbolizes the American spirit and character. But what defines the West? The splendidly varied works of the Rockwell Museum of Western Art in Corning, New York, prove that there is not one West, but many. The American West highlights the museum's western and Native American collection-truly the best of the West in the East.
105.DESCRIPTION: New hardcover copy with dj, Escape to Reality: The Western World of Maynard Dixon by Linda Jones Gibbs. The M. Seth and Maurine D. Horne Center for the Study of Art, Brigham Young University Museum of Art, c. 2000. Unstated FIRST EDITION. In May of 1937, Brigham Young University took possession of 85 paintings and drawings by Maynard Dixon, the groundbreaking artist whose images of the American west-created during long travels and lengthy residences with Native American communities-remain some of the most genuine work in Western Art as a genre. This book, lavishly illustrated with expansive color plates, centers on four texts examining very different topics.
106.DESCRIPTION: Eight packs of six each of new-stock postcards from Olde America Antiques, c. 1992 Susan Davis, Bozeman, Montana. Collectible reproductions, American Indian, Great Northern Railroad featuring Blackfeet Indians. The collection sold with a series of ten different cards. I left them in the plastic wrappers for protection, so all reproductionsin the series aren't pictured.
107.DESCRIPTION: Three Western Art papers in new condition and a Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and Sale catalogue, February 1 - March 2, 2003. 1) William Henry Jackson: Framing the Frontier by Douglas Waitley, c. 1998. Mountain Press Publishing Co, Missoula, Montana 1999. 2) Alfred Jacob Miller (1810-1874): Artist as Explorer, first views of the American Frontier with an essay by Ron Tyler. C. 1999 Gerald Peters Gallery, Inc. 3) Bierstadt's West with an essay by Gerald L. Carr, Sept. 11 - Oct. 24, 1997. Gerald Peters Gallery, c. 1997 The Peters Corporation. Unstated FIRST EDITION. Bierstadt took his first trip West early in 1859 with Frederic Lander. He was chosen to be a civilian artist on a government expedition which set out to improve the wagon roads of the South Pass from Fort Kearny to the eastern border of California. By the middle of the year, Bierstadt was following the same steps taken by Alfred Jacob Miller twenty-two years earlier, on the Oregon Trail. Along the way he met and sketched thousands of discouraged gold seekers and immigrants. In late summer he returned east and began turning his sketches into huge canvases. Included among some of these earlier scenes were Chimney Rock, Fort Laramie and Laramie Park.
108.DESCRIPTION: New hardcover copy with dj. A Danish Photographer of Idaho Indians, Benedicte Wrensted by Joanna Cohan Scherer, forword by Bonnie C. Wuttunee-Wadsworth, University of Oklahoma Press, c. 2006. Joanna Cohan Scherer rescues from oblivion a remarkable photographer-Benedicte Wrensted-who greatly contributed to the visual legacy of the Northern Shoshone, Lemhi, and Bannock ("Sho-Ban") American Indian tribes. This beautifully designed volume reproduces a substantial number of Wrensted's photographs, along with a detailed description of each image, including the names of the subjects, their biographical data, and an ethnographic analysis of their Native attire.
109.DESCRIPTION: New, unstated FIRST EDITION hardcover coffee table book with dj, The Art of Medicine: Over 2000 years of images and imagination by Julie Anderson, Emm Barnes, Emma Shackleton, forword by Antony Gormley. The University of Chicago Press, c. 2011 The Ilex Press Limited. A unique gallery of rarely seen paintings, artifacts, drawings, prints, and extracts from manuscripts and manuals to provide a fascinating visual insight into our knowledge of the human body and mind, and how both have been treated with medicine. A fascinating visual journey through the history of medical practice, exploring contemporary biomedical images, popular art, and caricature alongside venerable Chinese scrolls, prehistoric Mesoamerican drawings, paintings of the European Renaissance, medieval Persian manuscripts, and more. The result is a rare and remarkable visual account of what it was and is to be human in sickness and health.
110.DESCRIPTION: George Catlin and the Old Frontier by Harold McCracken, MCMLIX (1959), Bonanza Books, New York. The first comprehensive picture gallery and biography of George Catlin, the dean of American Indian painters. It contains 36 paintings in brilliant full color and 130 black-and-white reproductions of pictures by the American artist whose talent and achievement place him among the most extraordinary men of the nineteenth century. I believe it to be an unstated FIRST EDITION but not certain. The dust jacket has a few small tears, the book is in good condition. Some writing in ink on the front end paper.
111.DESCRIPTION: Stated FIRST EDITION, hardcover with dj. Wilderness Kingdom, Indian Life in the Rocky Mountains: 1840-1847. The Journals & Paintings of Nicolas Point, S.J. Translated and introduced by Joseph P. Donnelly, S.J. with an appreciation by John C. Ewers. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, c. 1967 by Loyla University Press. The only word and picture report in existence of the Rocky Mountain Indian life in the early days of the American frontier Father Point lived with the Blackfeet, Flatheads and Coeur d'Alenes from 1840-1847. The book is illustrated with 285 paintings, 232 in full color! Customes, habits, war ceremonies, family life, religiion, hunting, 274 pages. Great reference art book by this primitive artist of Indian life.
112.DESCRIPTION: Ghosts in Irish Houses by James Reynolds, Bonanza Books, c. MCMXLVII (1947) Creative Age Press, Inc. Born in Ireland at the end of the nineteenth century, James Reynolds was a talented painter, expert horseman, and the author of Paddy Finucane: A Memoir; A World of Horses; Ghosts in American Houses; and many other books. One of his best works is this lively compilation of Irish ghost stories that reflects the rich Celtic imagination. Drawn from his personal collection of over 200 tales-ranging from the tenth to the twentieth centuries-these twenty-two yarns are a mix of the eerie, the terrifying, and the madly comic.
113.DESCRIPTION: A fascinating, vintage real estate brochure, containing maps, game kill log, etc. of the Braulen Lodge in Scotland. One of Scotland's gret sporting estates set amidst the grandeur and seclusion of the Highlands. Renowned deer forest producing average of 84 states, grouse and ptarmigan shooting, salmon and trout fishing on 8 miles of the River Farrar & Lochs. Impressive 12 bedroomed lodge overlooking estate, 3 superbly located cottages, gret vairety of wildlife, fauna and flora. About 30,000 acres.
114.DESCRIPTION: The Adventure of Archaeology by Brian M. Fagan. Published National Geographic, c. 1985. Stated FIRST EDITION, 260,000 copies. It has a leather-type hardback, gilded page edges. The pages are bowed from storage but the book is in good condition. The book tells about the development of the history of archeology. It contains stories of treasure hunters and tourists and the development of archeology to a scientific field.
115.DESCRIPTION: SIGNED! Cowboy Artists of America, Seventh Annual Exhibition/ 1972 presented at the National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Center, Oklahoma City. "100 copies of this limited edition of the 1972 catalog have been especially bound, this is no. 100. Brown vinyl cloth with thickly woven orange cloth over boards, a gilt stamped title on the spine, and the initials of the Cowboy Artists of America stamped in brown on the front cover. Brown endpapers. Signed by the artists on the limitation page. Includes the signatures of William Moyers, George B. Marks, Melvin Warren, Nick Eggenhofer, Harvey W. Johnson, Jack Swanson, Byron B. Wolfe, Charlie Dye, Joe Beeler, Frank Polk, Grant Speed, Tom Ryan, Irvin (Shorty) Shope, John Clymer, Bob Scriver, Darol Dickinson, Gordon Snidow, Robert Lougheed, John Kittelson, Fred Fellows, James Reynolds, Nicholas Firfires, Fred Harman, John Hampton, Brownell McGrew, and Ned Jacob.
116.DESCRIPTION: The Map Book, edited by Peter Barber, c. 2005, Levenger Press, Walker Publishing Company. Unstated FIRST EDITION, hardcover coffee table book. A historic and lavish atlas, charting the progress of civilization as our knowledge of the world expanded. Simply organized as a progression through time, The Map Book collects some 175 maps that span four millennia - from the famed prehistoric Bedolina (Italy) incision in rock from around 1500 B.C. to the most modern, digitally enhanced rendering. Many of the maps are beautiful works of art in their own right. From Europe to the Americas, Africa to Asia, north to south, there are maps of oceans and continents charted by heroic adventurers sailing into the unknown, as accounts spread of new discoveries, shadowy continents begin to appear n the margins of the world, often labeled 'unknown lands.' Other maps had a more practical use: some demarcated national boundaries or individual plots of land; military plans depicted enemy positions; propaganda treatises showed one country or faction at an advantage over others.
117.DESCRIPTION: Three Western Art catalogues. 1) Clyde Aspevig - Recent Paintings 2004, essays by Steven B. Jackson and Clyde Aspevig, c. 2004. The Museum of the Rockies catalogue that was published in conjunction with an exhibition of Aspevig's paintings that were exhibited from June 5 throught Sept. 26, 2004. 2) The West Explored: The Gerald Peters Collection of Western American Art, c. 1988 The Peters Corp. Published on the occasion of the inaugural exhibition of the Gene Autry WHM. 3) Prix de West Invitational 1998. A show and sale that represents the largest western art exhibition in the National Cowboy Hall of Fame's long-standing tradition of presenting the finest western art crated by the most dynamic painters and sculptors in the country. Works by 89 artists.
118.DESCRIPTION: Large, hardcover coffee table art book with dj. Edward S. Curtis by Barry Pritzker, c. 1993. Reprinted 2003 by World Publications Group, Inc. Curtis's massive photographic projects document all aspects of life, landscapes, and society of Native Americans, from 1895 to 1930, 180 illustrations. The dust jacket is wrinkled and has a small tear on the top spine but the book is in very good condition.
119.DESCRIPTION: Three volumes of Time-Life, World Library series hardcovers, c. 1962: Italy, Ireland, Germany.
120.DESCRIPTION: Four hardcover culinary books. 1) New copy with dj, stated FIRST EDITION, Madhur Jaffrey's World Vegetarian, Clarkson Potter publ. C. 1999 by Jaffrey. 2) New copy with dj, Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone by Deborah Madison, c. 1997, Broadway Books publ. 3) Stated FIRST EDITION, Better Homes and Gardens: Test Kitchen Favorites, Meredith Books, c. 2003. 4) The Rodale Herb Book: How to use, grow, and buy nature's miracle plants. Edited by William H. Hylton, an Organic Gardening and Farming Book, Rodale Press Book Division, c. 1974, fourth printing May 1975. New condition, torn dj.
121.DESCRIPTION: SIGNED, unstated FIRST EDITION hardcover. Rendezvous 1972 Western Art, compiled and edited by Vivian A. Paladin, design and layout by Robert F. Morgan, editorial assistance by Mary Lou Connor. C. 1972 by the Curtis Gallery, Spokane, Washington. Signed by Belva Curtis.
122.DESCRIPTION: New unstated FIRST EDITION, paperback, Charles M. Russell, Word Painter: Letters 1887-1926, edited by Brian W. Dippie, Amon Carter Museum, c. 1993, distributed by Harry N. Abrams, Inc. The most comprehensive collection of Russell's correspondence ever assembled. Letters to his wife Nancy, to patrons and fellow artists, and to the saloon keepers and cowboys who remained his friends for life reveal a surprisingly modest man. Russell downplayed his own verbal skills, but his letters show that he was an artist with words as well as paint, able to evoke a bygone era or make a shrewd social observation in a few well-chosen sentences. Each letter is reproduced in facsimile, allowing readers to see, in the artist's own handwriting and with his inimitable spellings and punctuation, how Russell cleverly interwove colorful sketches and eloquent words to form a memorable whole.
123.DESCRIPTION: Small, antique book by Sir Walter Scott and John Hugh Lockhart. Tales of a Grandfather: Being Stories from the History of France, Vol. II. Printed for W.M. Burgress, New York, 1831, fourth series.
124.DESCRIPTION: Three hardcover coffee table books depicting the lives and culture of Native American's. 1) Unstated FIRST EDITION, Native Americans, consulting editors Dr. David Hurst Thomas and Lorann Pendleton, Barnes & Noble Books, c. 2003. 2) Encyclopedia of Native Tribes of North America by Michael Johnson, Gramercy Books, c. 2000 Compendium Publishing Ltd. 3) The Native Americans: The Indigenous People of North America, Richard Collins editor, Salamander Books, c. 2004.
125.DESCRIPTION: Unstated FIRST EDITION, Western Images, Western Landscapes: Travels Along U.S. 89 by Thomas R. and Geraldine R. Vale, The University of Arizona Press, c. 1989. Examines the landscape along Highway 89 from Arizona to Montana, and discusses how the region is changing. The Vales, geographers and authors of U.S. 40 Today, here cover 1500 miles, checking images against reality. Following U.S. Route 89 north, they pass through cities, ghost towns, bombing ranges, parklands; through desert, mountains, plains. While no single image appears dominant, the question of growth vs. preservation is always present. The authors conclude that the greatest threat to the character of the "Interior West" is increased numbers of people (and their encumbrances) rather than resource development. Neither a travel nor a guidebook, this would be useful as either; its forcefully delivered main point is to verify the different ways we value land. New condition hardcover, wrinkled dj.
126.DESCRIPTION: Three paperbacks depicting Native Americans, new condition. 1) Native American Portraits 1862-1918, photographs from the collection of Kurt Koegler by Nancy Hathaway, c. 1990, Chronicle Books. Over 100 photographs from the renowned Kurt Koegler collection of Native American portraits taken between the end of the Civil War and the end of World War I are featured in this powerful compendium depicting a proud and defeated people. 2) Indians of the Rocky Mountain Parks by Hugh A. Dempsey, c. 1998, Fifth House publ. 3) Encyclopedia of North American Indians, Frederick E. Hoxie editor. Houghton Mifflin Co., c. 1996. History, culture, and life from Paleo-Indians to the present.
127.DESCRIPTION: Three architectural/decor hardcover coffee table books with djs, new condition. All published by Clarkson N. Potter, Inc. 1) Stated FIRST EDITION, Pierre Deux's Normandy: A French Country Style and Source Book by Linda Dannenberg, Pierre Levec, and Pierre Moulin, c. 1988. 2) Stated FIRST EDITION, Greek Style by Suzanne Slesin, Stafford Cliff, & Daniel Rozensztroch, c. 1988. 3) Stated FIRST EDITION, Spanish Style by previous authors, c. 1990.
128.DESCRIPTION: Two hardcover architectural/decor coffee table books with dj's, new condition. 1) Houses of New England by Peter T. Mallary, Thames and Hudson publ., c. 1984 by John Calmann and Cooper Ltd. 2) At Home in Scotland by Lesley Astaire and Roddy Martine, Abbeville Press publ. C. 1987 Thames and Hudson Ltd. Stated FIRST AMERICAN EDITION.
129.DESCRIPTION: Three softcover art treasures. 1) Art catalogue, From the Inside Out" Contemporary Wildlife Art and the Legacy of Carl Rungius, June 10 to Nov. 5, 2000. 2) William Henry Jackson: Framing the Frontier by Douglas Waitley, c. 1998, Mountain Press Publishing Co., Missoula, Montana, 1999. 3) Lure of the West: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum by Amy Pastan. Unstated FIRST EDITION, stated first printing, c. 2000 Smithsonian Institution. Representing one of eight exhibitions in "Treasures to Go" from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, touring the nation through 2002, this book contains paintings and sculptures from the 1820s through the 1940s, including work by such artists as Charles Bird King, George Catlin, Irving Couse, and Olin Warner.
130.DESCRIPTION: Three architectural/decor hardcover coffee table books with djs, new condition. 1) Ryokan: Japan's Finest Spas and Inns by Akihiko Seki and Elizabeth Heilman Brooke, Tuttle publ, c. 2007. 2) Unstated FIRST EDITION, Scandinavia Living Design by Elizabeth Gaynor, c. 1987, Stewart Tabori & Chang publ. 3) The Ahwahnee Hotel by Shirley Sargent, c. 1990 Yosemite Park & Curry Co.
131.DESCRIPTION: Be Here Now paperback by Ram Dass, c. 2012. C. 1971 Lama Foundation, first printing through 43rd printing, 962,824 copies. Hanuman Foundation 1978, distributed by The Crown Publ. Group. With over 150 pages of metaphysical illustrations, practical advice on how to implement a yogic regiment, and a chapter dedicated to quotes and book recommendations, Be Here Now is sure to enrich your emotional, physical, and spiritual life.
132.DESCRIPTION: Montana: The Magazine of Western History, summer 2001 edition. It's the special Western Art issue celebrating 50 years, 1951-2001, volume 51, number 1. Articles include Flying Buffaloes: Artists and the Buffalo Hunt; Origins of the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts; Old Photographs; Maynard Dixon and a Changing West 1917-1935; Julius Seyler: Painting the Blackfeet, Painting Glacier Park 1913-1914; The Montana Traveler: See Bob Scriver's Artwork.
133.DESCRIPTION: Three hardcover culinary books in new condition. 1) Plenty: Vibrant vegetable recipes from London's Ottolenghi by Yotam Ottolenghi. Unstated FIRST EDITION, c. 2010. 2) Cristina's of Sun Valley - Cristina Ceccatelli cook, c. 2006, Gibbs Smith publ. Stated FIRST EDITION. 3) Carluccio's Complete Italian Food by Antonio and Priscilla Carluccio, c. 1997, Thunder Bay Press. Unstated FIRST EDITION.
134.DESCRIPTION: 1) Hardcover with dj, West Point: Two centuries of honor and tradition, edited by Robert Cowley and Thomas Guinzburg, Warner Books. Unstated FIRST EDITION, c. 2002 by the West Point Project, LLC. The bicentennial book of the United States Military Academy. 2) History's Greatest Battles: Masterstrokes of War by Nigel Cawthorne, Capella publ., c. 2005, Arcturus Publishing Limited.
135.DESCRIPTION: SIGNED, unstated FIRST EDITION hardcover with dj, new condition. Glacier's Historic Hotels & Chalets: View with a Room by Ray Djuff and Chris Morrison (signed), c. 2001. Farcountry Press, 2001. This unique book traces the creation and use of Great Northern Railway's hotels and chalet colonies in Glacier National Park and Prince of Wales Hotel in Waterton Lakes National Park. Anecdotes, inside correspondence, and park and corporate lore. Covers history of the Great Northern Railway in both parks. Generously illustrated with color photographs of Great Northern promotional materials, as well as black-and-whites of guests and staff at play and work.
136.DESCRIPTION: Stated FIRST EDITION, Paul Bailey and the Westernlore Press: The first 40 years with annotated bibliography by Ronald Dean Miller, c. 1984 by Sagebrush Press. Total number printed is restricted to 1000 copies only!
137.DESCRIPTION: No More Buffalo by Bob Scriver with the assistance of Dr. Harold McCracken, Dr. John C. Ewer, Nicholas de Vore III, Marshall Noice & Carl Cree Medicine. The Lewell Press, Kansas City. Stated FIRST EDITION, c. 1982 by Scriver. The dust jacket has a fear tears but the book itself is in great condition. Writing in ink on title page. Through the bronze sculptures and insightful text of Bob Scriver, the recipient of the 1990 Montana Governor's Award for Distinguished Achievement in the Arts, NO MORE BUFFALO traces the history of the Blackfeet nomadic pre-horse days, through the coming of the horse, to the flowering of their materially and spiritually rich culture in the 18th and 19th centuries.
138.DESCRIPTION: Four paperbacks depicting Lewis & Clark and their journey West. 1) The Journey of the Corps of Discovery: Lewis & Clark, an illustrated history by Dayton Duncan, Alfred A. Knopf publ. 1999. Based on a documentary film by Ken Burns. C. 1997 by the American Lives Film Project Inc. 2) 2006-2007 Collector's Edition, Along the Trail with Lewis and Clark. Travel planner and guide, the return journey, March 31. 2007. 57 color maps, historical highlights, 65 significant Lewis & Clark sites. 3) Lewis and Clark Voyage of Discovery: The story behind the scenery by Dan Murphy, 7th printing 1999. 4) Joined by a Journey: The lives of the Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery by Mike Crosby. SIGNED by author 1/03/08.
139.DESCRIPTION: Crown of the Continent: The last great wilderness of the Rocky Mountains by Ralph Waldt, c. 2004, Riverbend publ., Helena, MT. This award-winning title is a large book with 150 color photos of the Crown of the Continent ecosystem, which covers more than 10 million acres in Montana and Canada. Author Ralph Waldt, a professional naturalist with The Nature Conservancy, spent more than 30 years exploring the area, including many years at the Conservancy's Pine Butte Guest Ranch. In the book he vividly describes the area's ecology, wildlife, and wild places. New condition.
140.DESCRIPTION: New condition, unstated FIRST EDITION paperback. On the Road Again: Montana's Changing Landscape by William Wyckoff, University of Washington Press, c. 2006. Wyckoff explores Montana's changing physical and cultural landscape by pairing photographs taken by state highway engineers in the 1920s and 1930s with photographs taken at the same sites today. The older photographs, preserved in the archives of the Montana Historical Society, were intended to document the expenditure of federal highway funds. Because it is nearly impossible to photograph a road without also photographing the landscape through which that road passes, these images contain a wealth of information about the state's environment during the early decades of the twentieth century. To highlight landscape changes - and continuities - over more than eighty years, Wyckoff chose fifty-eight documented locations and traveled to each to photograph the exact same view. The pairs of old and new photos and accompanying interpretive essays presented here tell a vivid story of physical, cultural, and economic change.
141.DESCRIPTION: The American Heritage History of Notable American Houses. New York: American Heritage Publishing Co., Inc., 1971. Hardcover with cardboard sleeve. A comprehensive history of American houses, from Cape Cod cottages to the mansions of "The 400" to the inventions of today. The book describes the houses' builders, architects, and the skillful carpenters. Thomas Jefferson as a Renaissance man and innovator; Charles Bulfinch, designer of gracious city homes; the Shakers, who built simply; Catherine Beecher, early advocate of easy-to-care-for houses; and Frank Lloyd Wright, the one-man evolution in modern housing. Illustrated with a collection of photographs, historical paintings, drawings, and floor plans-more than 650 in all, 100 in color.
142.DESCRIPTION: Two hardcover architectural/decor coffee table books with dj's, new condition. 1) Unstated FIRST EDITION, Colonial: Design in the New World by David Larkin, June Sprigg & James Johnson, c. 1988. Stewart Tabori & Chang publ, 1988. 2) Unstated FIRST EDITION, Period Finishes and Effects by Judith and Martin Miller. Rizzoli International publ, c. Mitchell Beazley International Ltd 1992.
143.DESCRIPTION: Three Glacier National Park paperbacks. 1) Glacier National Park Legends and Lore Along Going-to-the-Sun Road by C.W. Guthrie, Farcountry Press, c. 2002. Stories and legends of the Kutenai and Blackfeet Indians, as well as from early whites in this region, plus geological information about the landforms "told" mile-by-mile by 19th-century mountain man Hugh Monroe, adopted by the Blackfeet as Rising Wolf. 2) 100 Beautiful Views of Glacier National Park by Roy E. Hughes, c. 2009. The Digital Block Print method that Hughes uses to captures Glacier National Park s famous vistas invokes nostalgia with bold colors and an old-time feel. 3) Glacier Album: Historic photographs of Glacier National Park by Michael J. Ober c. 2010, Riverbend publ.
144.DESCRIPTION: Two large coffee table books with dj's, new condition. 1) Stated FIRST EDITION, Sun Valley: Architecture and Interiors by Alan Edison and Jo Rabjohn, c. 2006. Published by Gibbs Smith. 2) Sun Valley: An Extraordinary History, c. 1998 by Wendolyn Spence Holland. This thoroughly researched history looks behind the fantasy to reveal a remarkable place and the people who helped make it extraordinary. Sumptuously produced, Sun Valley features vintage maps and more than 300 historic photos.
145.DESCRIPTION: Five paperbacks in new condition that feature California. 1) Fodor's 2008 Northern California with Napa, Sonoma, Yosemite, San Francisco, and Lake Tahoe. Michael Nalepa editor, c. 1028 by Fodor's Travel. 2) Exploring San Luis Obispo County and nearby coastal areas by Ron Stob, c. 2000, 2nd printing, Central Coast Press. 3) Hill Guides Series, Napa Valley: Land of Golden Vines, 3rd edition by Kathleen Thompson and Gerlad N. Hill, c. 2003, The Globe Pequot Press. 4) Chronicles of California, Land in California: The story of mission lands, ranchos, squatters, mining claims, railroad grants, land scrip, homesteads by W.W. Robinson. C. 1948 by the Regents of the Univeristy of California, stated FIRST paperback printing 1979. 5) Find a California Home for $150,000 or less by Louise Lacey, c. 2002, Growing Native publ.
146.DESCRIPTION: Five paperbacks in new condition that feature California and what it has to offer. 1) Hidden Wine Country by Marty Olmstead and Ray Riegert, Ulysses Press, c. 2003. 2) Adventures in Dining: Napa Valley 2003 by Denise Schubert, Grapevine Press, c. 2003, 2nd printing. 3) Exploring San Luis Obispo County and nearby coastal areas by Ron Stob, c. 2000, Central Coast Press. 4) The Napa & Sonoma Book: A complete guide, 6th edition by Time Fish and Peg Melnik, Berkshire House publ, c. 2002. 5) Hidden Highways Northern California, 2nd edition by Richard Harris and Ray Riegert, Ulysses Press, c. 2003.
147.DESCRIPTION: Four paperbacks depicting North American Indians. 1) The Lemhi: Sacajawea's People by Brigham D. Madsen, c. 1979, 2nd printing 1990, Caxton Printers, Ltd. 1990. 2) The Indians of Southern California in 1852: The B.D. Wilson report and a selection of contemporary comment, edited by John Walton Caughey. Introduction to the Bison Books edition, c. 1995 by the University of Nebraska Press. Stated FIRST BISON BOOK EDITION. 3) North American Indians by George Catlin, edited by Peter Matthiessen, Penguin Books, c. 1989. 4) Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs, and Conditions of the North American Indians, written during eight years' travel (1832-1839) amongst the wildest tribes of Indians in North America by George Catlin, volume II. Dover Publications, Inc., c. 1973.
148.DESCRIPTION: Two small hardcovers with dj's by Christine Barnes, W.W. West publ. Both are stated FIRST EDITIONS. 1) El Tovar at Grand Canyon National Park, c. 2001. 2) El Tovar Celebrating 100 Years, c. 2001. Stunning visual celebration of the centennial of the El Toval Hotel, which opened on January 14, 1905. This architectural treasure sits on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon in Arizona. Writing in ink on front end paper.
149.DESCRIPTION: Three paperback National Park books. 1) National Parks: The American Experience, 4th edition by Alfred Runte, c. 2010, Taylor Trade Publ. 2) Park Prisoners: The untold story of Western Canada's National Parks, 1915-1946 by Bill Waiser, c. 1999. Fith House Ltd. publ. 3) The Fires of '88 by Ross W. Simpson, c. 1989, Yellowstone Park & Montana in Flames, published by American Geographic - Montana Magazine.
150.DESCRIPTION: 1) MasterChef Cookbook: The contestants and judges of MasterChef and Joann Cianciulli, Rodale publ, c. 2010 by Reveille Independent LLC. 2) Stated FIRST EDITION, Cheese: A connoisseur's guide to the world's best by Max McCalman & David Gibbons, c. 2005, Clarkson Potter publ. 3) Stated FIRST EDITION, The Volumetrics Eating Plan by Barbara Rolls, Ph.D., c. 2005, HarperCollins publ. Plus a, sealed in plastic, 365 Reasons to Eat Chocolate by Sherrie Weaver booklet. This small bound wired booklet is a calender that has a quote about chocolate for everyday of the year. It can be used as a flip book or has a built in stand to be used as a desk calendar. The calendar is generic in that it does not have a year and can be used every year if you so desired.
151.DESCRIPTION: 1) Glacier National Park: The First 100 Years by C.W. Guthrie, unstated FIRST EDITION, Farcountry Press, c. 2008. features more than 200 exquisite landscape and historical photographs, as well as some of the finest artwork of the region and its people, including Charles M. Russell's sun-splashed paintings of Montana scenes, Winold Reiss's extraordinary portraits of the Blackfeet, Monte Dolack's vivid Glacier views, and Mel Ruder's Pulitzer Prize winning photographs. 2) Images of America, Glacier National Park by Bill Yenne, c. 206. Published by Arcadia Publ.
152.DESCRIPTION: This box of books contains everything you need to know about pools, spas, coastal retreats. A selection of hardcover, paperback, and magazines. Many are new, some still in their original plastic wrap.
153.DESCRIPTION: Time-Life, Mysteries of the Unknown series, 28 volumes, c. 1987-91. A series about the paranormal. Volumes include: Ancient Wisom and Secret Sects, Eastern Mysteries, Hauntings, Magical Arts, Mind Over Matter, Mysterious Creatures, Mystic Places, Powers of Healing, Psychic Powers, Psychic Voyages, Search for the Soul, Secrets of Alchemists, Spirit Summonings, The UFO Phenomenon, Time and Space, Utopian Visions, Visions and Prophecies, Witches and Witchcraft.
154.DESCRIPTION: Six paperback culinary books in new condition. 1) The Healing Powers of Chocolate by Cal Orey, c. 2010, Kensington Books. 2) The Atlas of American Artisan Cheese by Jeffrey P. Roberts, c. 2007, Chelsea Green Publ. Co. 3) The Cheese Companion: A Connoisseur's Guide by Judy Ridgway, Running Press, c. 2004 Quintet Publ. Limited. 4) Best Food Writing 2009, edited by Holly Hughes, c. 2009, De Capo Life Long publ. 5) Best Food Writing 2008, edited by Holly Hughes, c. 2008, Da Capo Life Long publ. 6) The Food Snob's Dictionary: An essential lexicon of gastronomical knowledge by David Kamp, c. 2007 and Marion Rosenfeld, Broadway Books.
155.DESCRIPTION: Six books - absolutely everything you need and don't to know about cheese. Five hardcover, all new condition. 1) Cheese Essentials: An insider's guide to buying and serving cheese with 50 recipes by Laura Werlin, c. 2007, Stewart, Tabori & Chang publ. 2007. Unstated FIRST EDITION. 2) American Cheeses: The best regional, artisan, and framhouse cheese, who makes the, and where to find them by Clark Wolf, stated FIRST Simon & Schuster edition, c. 2008. 3) The Cheese Plate by Max McCalman and David Gibbons, c. 2002, Clarkson N. Potter publ. 4) The All American Cheese and Wine Book: Pairings, Profiles & Recipes by Laura Werlin, c. 2003, Stewart Tabori & Chang publ. Unstated FIRST EDITION. 5) The New American Cheese by Laura Werlin, c. 2000, Stewart Tabori & Chang publ. 2000. Unstated FIRST EDITION. 6) Cheese & Wine: A guide to selecting, pairing, and enjoying by Janet Fletcher, c. 2006, Chronicle Books publ.
156.DESCRIPTION: New, unstated FIRST EDITION, hardcover with dj, Charles M. Russell, Word Painter: Letters 1887-1926, edited by Brian W. Dippie, Amon Carter Museum, c. 1993, distributed by Harry N. Abrams, Inc. The most comprehensive collection of Russell's correspondence ever assembled. Letters to his wife Nancy, to patrons and fellow artists, and to the saloon keepers and cowboys who remained his friends for life reveal a surprisingly modest man. Russell downplayed his own verbal skills, but his letters show that he was an artist with words as well as paint, able to evoke a bygone era or make a shrewd social observation in a few well-chosen sentences. Each letter is reproduced in facsimile, allowing readers to see, in the artist's own handwriting and with his inimitable spellings and punctuation, how Russell cleverly interwove colorful sketches and eloquent words to form a memorable whole.
157.DESCRIPTION: Wild California: Vanishing Lands, Vanishing Wildlife, paperback. Text by A. Starker Leopold, photographs by Tupper Ansel Blake, c. 1985. A special edition for the California Nature Conservancy, published in cooperation with the University of California Press. This is a stunning photographic guide to the six major California regions-from the Sierra Nevada to the desert-and their wildlife. To A. Starker Leopold, conservationist, naturalist, wildlife biologist, and educator, the delicate balance between plants, animals, and humans in each community is precious and fragile. In a highly readable style that mingles authority and eloquence, Leopold reminds us of th aesthetic, educational, and scientific values of undeveloped land. Tupper Ansel Blake, naturalist and wildlife photographer, has contributed one hundred color images that marvelously convey the special beauties of this state.
158.DESCRIPTION: Peter Freuchen's Book of the Eskimos, edited by Dagmar Freuchen, c. 1961, The World Publishing Company. An absorbing and informative introduction to the life and customs of the mysterious people who live at the top of the world. Peter Freuchen, born Lorenz Peter Elfred Freuchen was a Danish explorer, writer and traveler. He spent many years in Thule, Greenland, living with the Polar Inuit. He worked with Knud Rasmussen, crossing the Greenland icecap with him.
159.DESCRIPTION: Four volumes of Time-Life, The Seafarers series, c. 1978. The East Indiamen, The Luxury Yachts, The Great Liners, The Venetians.
160.DESCRIPTION: In Focus, National Geographic Greatest Portraits, c. 2004. The Collectors Series edition of "In Focus" is simply the existing book at a smaller trim size. This magnificent collection of 280 photographs by many of the world's greatest photographers tells the tale of portrait photography over time in page after page of arresting images. Each photograph stands proudly on its own, yet taken together, they tell a much more complex and subtle story of the ever-evolving art form in constant creative response to new ideas, new eras, and new technologies.
161.DESCRIPTION: Three paperbacks all about Glacier Park, new condition. 1) Unstated FIRST EDITION, Man in Glacier by C.W. Buchholtz, publ. by Glacier Natural History Association, Inc, c. 1976. 2) All Aboard! For Glacier, The Great Northern Railway and Glacier National Park by C.W. Guthrie, c. 2004 Farcountry Press. Original photographs, posters, menus, postcards, and other rare materials support this fascinating pictorial history of the creation and promotion of the park by Great Northern as railroad barons raced west and competed for precious territory to expand their empires. 3) Geology Along Going-to-the-Sun Road, Glacier National Park, Montana by Omer B. Raup, Robert L. Earhart, James W. Whipple, and Paul E. Carrara. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the National Park Service, c. 1983.
162.DESCRIPTION: Two paperbacks about Montana. 1) Virginia City and Alder Gulch by Ken and Ellen Sievert, Montana Magazine and American & World Geographic Publ., c. 1993. Unstated FIRST EDITION. 2) Ghost Towns of the Montana Prairie by Don Baker, c. 1997, Fred Pruett Books.
163.DESCRIPTION: Birthplace of Montana: A History of Fort Benton by John G. Lepley, c. 1999, stated FIRST PRINTING, December 1999. From its establishment in 1846 until the turn-of-the-century, Fort Benton's primacy in the history of the northern plains is unequaled. Called the "Birthplace of Montana," Fort Benton is the oldest continuously occupied white settlement in Montana. The rich and famous, scoundrels and killers, merchants and gamblers rubbed elbows on Front Street and the levee as they arrived and embarked aboard mackinaws, keelboats and steamboats. Three-fourths of all freight that came into the region was unloaded on Fort Benton's levee and transported to all points of the compass. Until the coming of the railroad, Fort Benton was the "Chicago of the Plains." In 1965 Fort Benton was designated a National Historic Landmark; the Upper Missouri became part of the National Wild and Scenic River System in 1975. The significant role they played in settlement of the American and Canadian West accorded them national and international importance in the history of both nations.
164.DESCRIPTION: Unstated FIRST EDITION, Corvette, Sixty Years by Randy Leffingwell, c. 2012. MBI Publishing Co. 2012. Through hundreds of rare and unpublished photos from GM's media and design archives and in-depth text by renowned Corvette historian Randy Leffingwell, Corvette Sixty Years celebrates the first six decades of America's sports car, covering the revolution and evolution of America's longest continuously produced nameplate, from Harley Earl's initial concept to the latest 60th anniversary edition built to celebrate the Vette's 60th year.
165.DESCRIPTION: Unstated FIRST EDITION, Montana Spaces: Essays and Photographs in Celebration of Montana. Edited and with an introduction by William Kittredge, photographs by John Smart, c. 1988, Nick Lyons Books. This tribute to Montana features essays by some of America's best writers, as well as a special photographic section that profiles the wide-open Montana. Hardcover with dj, new condition.
166.DESCRIPTION: Silence & Solitude: Yellowstone's Winter Wilderness by Tom Murphy, c. 2002, Riverben publ., second printing. Powerful, brutal, beautiful, and at times, enchanting, winter in Yellowstone National Park is a world unlike any other. It is a season both abstract and profound, where super-heated water erupts into arctic air, where wildlife pushes snow in a constant struggle to survive, and where silence and solitude dominate the park's deep wilderness. Photographer Tom Murphy has experienced Yellowstone's winter wilderness as few others have, skiing far into the backcountry with heavy camera gear, an uncanny ability to weather cold and snow, and an artist's eye for the sublime. His photographs reveal a majestic land where the air is clean and clear and where a wolf's throaty howl carries for miles on a still day.
167.DESCRIPTION: 1) Seattle: Now & Then by Paul Dorpat, c. 1984, 2nd edition. A collection of historical articles and documents of Seattle Washington, from its founding in 1852 up to the present day. Taken from a colleciton of newpaper articles written by Paul Dorpat for the Seattle Times. 2) Redwood: The story behind the scenery, edited by Mary L. Van Camp, fourth printing 1999. 3) Lassen Volcanic: The story behind the scenery, third print, 1998. 4) Mount St. Helens: The story behind the scenery, seventh printing, 2001.
168.DESCRIPTION: A portfolio of watercolor sketches by Thomas Moran: Selected from the collections of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, c. 1999. First Retrospective of Landscapes by Thomas Moran at the National Gallery of Art, September 28, 1997; Includes Yellowstone Images that Inspired U.S. Congress to Establish First National Park.
169.DESCRIPTION: Spirit Bear: Encounters with the white bear of the Western Rainforest by Charles Russell, c. 2002, foreword by Andy Russell, Key Porter Books publ., second edition. Written with vivid detail and passion, Spirit Bear is the story of acclaimed naturalist Charles Russell's journey to study and learn from the extraordinary spirit bears on the remote Princess Royal Island.
170.DESCRIPTION: 1) Fire, a Force of Nature, the story behind the scenery by Jack De Golia, c. 1989 KC Publ. 2) Yellowstone-Teton Country, editor & publisher Scott N. Cullins, Canyon Media, c. 2002. 3) Yellowstone: The official guide to touring America's first National Park, c. 1997, The Yellowstone Association, updated 2000. 4) Montana Living, March/April 2003.
171.DESCRIPTION: Montana paperbacks. 1) Montana's Bob Marshall Country by Rick and Susie Graetz. Bob Marshall, Scapegoat, Great Bear Wilderness Areas & surrounding wildlands. Revised edition 2004, Northern Rockies Publ, c. 2004. 2) SIGNED! The University of Montana, Missoula: A Pictorial History by Stan Cohen (signed) and Don Miller, c. 2003, Pictorial Histories Publ. Co. 3) Geology Along Going-to-the-Sun Road, Glacier National Park, Montana. A self-guided tour for motorists by Omer B. Raup, Robert L. Earhart, James W. Whipple, and Paul E. Carrara, Glacier Natural History Assoc. c. 1983. 4) Montana - Idaho - Wyoming Ghost Towns by Lambert Florin, Superior Publ. Co., c. 1971.
172.DESCRIPTION: Three art books in new condition. 1) Stieglitz and His Artists, Matisee To O'Keefe. The Alfred Stieglitz collection in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, edited by Lisa Mintz Messinger. Published by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, c. 2011. 2) Mervyn Peake: The Man and His Art, compiled by Sebastian Peake and Alison Eldred, edited by G. Peter Winnington, Peter Owen Publ., c. 2009. 3) Tuscany Landscape History Art, text by Franco Cardini with sections on thirty-one towns and cities. Barnes & Noble, SCALA Group, c. 2003.
173.DESCRIPTION: Two softcover coffee table books, unstated FIRST EDITIONS. 1) Sedona: Treasure of the Southwest by Kathleen Bryant. A visual tour of Oak Creek Canyon and Red Rock Country. Northland publ, c. 2002. 2) Grand Canyon: Window of Time by Stewart Aitchison, Sierra Press. Panorama International Productions, Inc, c. 1999.
174.DESCRIPTION: Three paperbacks referring to Glacier. 1) Glacier's Grandest: A pictorial history of the hotels and chalets of Glacier National Park by Bridget Moylan, c. 1995. Pictorial Histories Publ. Co., fifth printing April 2004. 2) Man in Glacier by C.W. Buchholtz, Glacier Natural History Assoc., c. 1976, second printing, May 1993. 3) All Aboard! For Glacier: The Great Northern Railway and Glacier National Park by C.W. Guthrie, Farcountry Press, c. 2004.
175.DESCRIPTION: Two paperbacks from Altitude Publishing, Canadian Rockies/Vancouver. 1) The Canadian Rockies: A History in Photographs by Graeme Pole, c. 1993 third, revised edition. 2) Alberta: A History in Photographs by Faye Reineberg Holt, c. 1996. Unstated FIRST EDITION.
176.DESCRIPTION: Three paperbacks referring to Montana, new condition. 1) Tales of the Mountain Men: Seventeen stories of survival, exploration, and frontier spirit, edited by Lamar Underwood, c. 2004, The Lyons Press. 2) Montana Fly Fishing Guide by John Holt, c. 1995, The Lyons Press. 3) SIGNED, The University of Montana, Missoula: A Pictorial History by Stan Cohen (signed) and Don Miller, c. 2003. Pictorial Histories Publishing Co., Inc.
177.DESCRIPTION: Three achitectural books in new condition. 1) Classic Houses of Seattle: High Style to Vernacular 1870-1950 by Caroline T. Swope, c. 2005, Timber Press Inc. reprinted 2006. 2) A History of Architecture: Settings and Rituals by Spiro Kostof, Oxford University Press, c. 1985. 3) Environmental Systems by Henry J. Cowan and Peter R. Smith, Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., c. 1983.
178.DESCRIPTION: Four books for the oenophile. 1) Pacific Northwest Wining and Dining: The people, places, food, and drink of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and British Columbia by Braiden Rex-Johnson, c. 2007. Unstated FIRST EDITION. 2) Last Call at Elaine's: A journey from one side of the bar to the other by Brian McDonald, c. 2008. St. Martin's Press, stated FIRST EDITION. 3) Wine Trails of Washington: A guide for uncorking your memorable wine tour by Steve Roberts, South Slope Productions, c. 2007. 4) The Billionaire's Vinegar: The myster of the world's most expensive bottle of wine by Benjamin Wallace, c. 2009, stated FIRST EDITION, Three Rivers Press.
179.DESCRIPTION: 1) Landmarks in the Landscape: Historic architecture in the National Parks of the West by Harvey H. Kaiser, c. 1997, Chronicle Books publ. 2) Stated FIRST EDITION, Cabins & Camps by Ralph Kylloe, c. 2002. Published by Gibbs Smith. 3) Unstated FIRST EDITION, Greene & Greene Masterworks by Bruce Smith and Alexander Vertikoff, c. 1998, Chronicle Books publ. All are in new condition, hardcover coffee table book with dj's.
180.DESCRIPTION: 1) Unstated FIRST EDITION, The Arts and Crafts Movement in the Pacific Northwest by Lawrence Kreisman and Glenn Mason, c. 2007, Timber Press, Inc. 2) Unstated FIRST EDITION, A House on the Water: Inspiration for living at the water's edge by Robert Knight, c. 2003, The Taunton Press. 3) Unstated FIRST EDITION, The Seattle Bungalow: People & Houses 1900-1940 by Janet Ore, University of Washington Press, c. 2007.
181.DESCRIPTION: Ex-library, Unstated FIRST EDITION, hardcover with dj and clear plastic cover, Charles M. Russell, Word Painter: Letters 1887-1926, edited by Brian W. Dippie, Amon Carter Museum, c. 1993, distributed by Harry N. Abrams, Inc. The most comprehensive collection of Russell's correspondence ever assembled. Letters to his wife Nancy, to patrons and fellow artists, and to the saloon keepers and cowboys who remained his friends for life reveal a surprisingly modest man. Russell downplayed his own verbal skills, but his letters show that he was an artist with words as well as paint, able to evoke a bygone era or make a shrewd social observation in a few well-chosen sentences. Each letter is reproduced in facsimile, allowing readers to see, in the artist's own handwriting and with his inimitable spellings and punctuation, how Russell cleverly interwove colorful sketches and eloquent words to form a memorable whole.
182.DESCRIPTION: A mix of seven books from around the world. 1) An Italian Education" The further adventures of an expatriate in Verona by Time Parks, c. 1995, 2) New hardcover, stated FIRST EDITION, Passage to Liberty: The story of Italian immigration and the rebirth of America by A. Kenneth Ciongoli and Jay Parini, c. 2002. 3) The Lost History of the Incas: The history, legends, myths and culture of the ancient native peoples of the Andes, with over 500 photographs, maps, artworks and fine art images by Dr. David M. Jones, c. 2007. 4) Wonderland: A photographer's journey into the Bisti by Eduardo Fuss, c. 2003. 5) Shakespeare Country by Susan Hill, c. 1987. 6) Prague: Past and Present by Claudia Sugliano, c. 2001. 7) National Geographic Picture Atlas of Our World, c. 1993.
183.DESCRIPTION: Six books for your bar, mostly new condition. 1) Everyday Drinking: The distilled Kingsley Amis, c. 2008. 2) Booze: When Whisky Ruled the West by James H. Gray, c. 1995. 3) How's Your Drink? Cocktails, culture, and the art of drinking well by Eric Felten, c. 2007. 4) Hardcover, Ultimate Bar Book: The comprehensive guidge to over 1000 cocktails by Mittie Hellmich, c. 2006. 5) Ed McMahon's Barside Companion, c. 1970. 6) Official Liquor Buyers' Guide by Jack Lewis, c. 1969. Stated FIRST PRINTING, unstated FIRST EDITION.
184.DESCRIPTION: Five books in new condition for the wine connoisseur. 1) Hugh Johnson's Pocket Wine Book 2010 by Mitchell Beazley, c. 2009. 2) Back Lane Wineries of Sonoma by Tilar Mazzeo, c. 2009. 3) Wine Report 2009 by Tom Stevenson, c. 2008, stated FIRST American Edition. 4) The Red, White & Rose' of Wines by William E. Massee, c. 1972. 5) Parker's Wine Bargains: The world's best wine values under $25 by Robert M. Parker Jr., c. 2009.
185.DESCRIPTION: Old library, No More Buffalo by Bob Scriver with the assistance of Dr. Harold McCracken, Dr. John C. Ewer, Nicholas de Vore III, Marshall Noice & Carl Cree Medicine. The Lewell Press, Kansas City. Stated FIRST EDITION, c. 1982 by Scriver. Through the bronze sculptures and insightful text of Bob Scriver, the recipient of the 1990 Montana Governor's Award for Distinguished Achievement in the Arts, NO MORE BUFFALO traces the history of the Blackfeet nomadic pre-horse days, through the coming of the horse, to the flowering of their materially and spiritually rich culture in the 18th and 19th centuries.
186.DESCRIPTION: A portfolio of watercolor sketches by Thomas Moran: Selected from the collections of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, c. 1999. First Retrospective of Landscapes by Thomas Moran at the National Gallery of Art, September 28, 1997; Includes Yellowstone Images that Inspired U.S. Congress to Establish First National Park. Please see photos in lot 168, this one is still in factory plastic and I don't want to remove it.
187.DESCRIPTION: Four books that pertain to food, all in new condition. 1) Dorling Kindersley French Cheeses by Kazuko Masui and Tomoko Yamada, c. 2000, reprinted with revisions. 2) Kitchen Kitsch: Vintage Food Graphics, editor Jim Heiman, c. 2002. 3) The Tabasco Cookbook: 125 years of America's favorite pepper sauce by Paul McIlhenny with Barbara Hunter, c. 1993. 4) Restuarant Decors by Hannah Newton, c. 2002.
188.DESCRIPTION: Blessed by Light: Visions of the Colorado Plateau, edited by Stephen Trimble, Gibbs M. Smith publ. c. 1986. "The images in this book of photographs are selected with care and precision, each one popping off the page with its own message. This is not a book of cliche' photographs to be looked at once and set aside, but a book which can be a new experience each time it is opened. Light is the common thread of the book-glorious and subtle light. But the book's highest redeeming quality could possibly be the magical intertwining of prose and image."
189.DESCRIPTION: Five misc. paperbacks in new condition. 1) I Want That! How We All Became Shoppers by Thomas Hine, c. 2002. 2) Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the way we make things by William McDonough & Michael Braungart, c. 2002. 3) Robert's Rules of Writing: 101 unconventional lessons every writer needs to know by Robert Masello, c. 2005. 4) SIGNED, special edition, In No Time At All: Healing with past life regression by Dr. Mona Feirson, c. 1998. 5) Stated FIRST EDITION, Why Do Men Have Nipples? Hundreds of questions you'd only ask a doctor after your third martini by Mark Leyner and Billy Goldberg, M.D., c. 2005.
190.DESCRIPTION: Time-Life, The Epic of Flight series, 21 of 23 volumes. One of the most popular and well-regarded sets ever assembled on the history of flight. Notable because it has a healthy amount of WWII aviation history. Stamped leatherette with color inset to all covers. As with all of these Time-Life sets, the editors were able to tap into Time and Life's enormous image archives. 23 Volumes: The Road to Kitty Hawk, The Explorers, The First Aviators, The Aeronauts, Knights of the Air, Barnstormers & Speed Kings, Flying the Mail, Women Aloft, Designers and Test Pilots, The Giant Airships, The Airline Builders, Fighting Jets, Architects of Air Power, The RAF at War, The Luftwaffe, America in the Air War, The Jet Age, The Pathfinders, The Helicopters, The Soviet Air Force at War, The Bush Pilots. Missing: The Carrier War, Soldiers of Fortune.
191.DESCRIPTION: Time-Life, The Old West series, 16 volumes, c. 1973-80. Includes The Rivermen, Gamblers, Railroaders, Expressmen, Townsmen, Loggers, Trailblazers, Cowboys, Indians, Soldiers, Gunfighters, Pioneers, Great Chiefs, Spanish West, Forty-Niners, Texans.
192.DESCRIPTION: Two hardcover architectural books with dj's, new condition. 1) Greene & Greene Masterworks by Bruce Smith and Alexander Vertikoff, an Archetype Press Book, c. 1998, Chonricle Books. 2) Stated FIRST EDITION, Inside Log Homes: The art & spirit of home decor by Cindy Thiede, c. 2000, Gibbs Smith Publ. From the biggest notions of carefully styled rooms to the smallest comforts and delights of accessorizing a home with your favorite things, Inside Log Homes offers suggestions, understanding, and inspiration regarding the intensely personal and expressive world of log-cabin living.
193.DESCRIPTION: Three "how to" paperbacks. 1) The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook by Joshua Piven and David Borgenicht, Chronicle Books, c. 1999 by Quirk Productions. How to: escape from quicksand, wrestle an alligator, bread down a door, land a plane. 2) The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook: Parenting by Joshua Piven, David Borgenicht, and Sarah Jordan, Chronicle Books, c. 2003 by Quirk Productions. How to: make an emergency bottle, get rit of monsters in the closet, survive a family car trip, deal with teenage angst. 3) The Weather Indentification Handbook by Storm Dunlop, c. 2002. FIRST Lyons Press edition, 2003.
194.DESCRIPTION: Five misc. books in new condition. 1) The Alhambra by Robert Irwin, c. 2004, unstated FIRST EDITION. 2) Unstoppable Global Warming Every 1500 Years by S. Fred Singer and Dennis T. Avery, c. 2007. 3) Claming Ground: A Memoir by Laura Bell, c. 2010, stated FIRST EDITION. 4) Stone by Stone: The magnificent history in New England's stone walls by Rober M. Thorson, c. 2002. 5) Elegant Small Hotels: A Connoisseur's Guide by Pamela Lanier, c. 1986-2001.
195.DESCRIPTION: Three Dutch books and a brochure. 1) Bacterien Moeten Ook Leven (Bacteria Have to Live), c. 2008. 2) Practisch Leerboek, Voor Esperanto (practical reading book, for esperanto) by W. Grolleman, water stained. 3) Houdbaar & Heerlijk (Sustainable & Delicious) cookbook by Nick Sandler and Johnny Acton. The brochure is titled Sfeervol & authentiek Italie (atmospheric & authentic italy).
196.DESCRIPTION: Four 2007 BMW magazines, Cadillac: The Tailfin Years by Robert J. Headrick Jr. c. 2008, Porsche - Four uncompromised - the new Panamera, and a Mazda 6 brochure.
197.DESCRIPTION: Two new hardcover books with dj's, new condition. 1) The Devil's Horsemen: The Mongol Invasion of Europe by James Chambers, c. 1979, Barnes & Noble, 2003. 2) Postwar: A History of Europe Since 1945 by Tony Judt, c. 2005, The Penguin Press 2005. Unstated FIRST EDITION. One of the New York Times' Ten Best Books of the Year. Almost a decade in the making, this much-anticipated grand history of postwar Europe from one of the world's most esteemed historians and intellectuals is a singular achievement. Postwar is the first modern history that covers all of Europe, both east and west, drawing on research in six languages to sweep readers through thirty-four nations and sixty years of political and cultural change-all in one integrated, enthralling narrative. Both intellectually ambitious and compelling to read, thrilling in its scope and delightful in its small details.
198.DESCRIPTION: Rare! Limited, signed edition of the OS Ranch steer roping and art exhibit catalogs, volumes 1 - 7 in three brown leather bound books with gilt embellishments. From 1971-1977, one hundred copies of this special leather bound edition have been issued. This is number four. Signed by Jim Prather, chairman of the steer roping and Tom Ryan, chairman of the art exhibit, c. 1977. The OS Ranch Museum, is a hybrid collection of mainly sculpture and paintings of Texas, the American West, and Asia located in the small city of Post, the seat of Garza County in West Texas. It is owned by Giles Connell McCrary, the founder of the OS Ranch Foundation, whose grandfather was an early proprietor of the nearby ranch for which the museum is named. However, the museum exhibits are largely unrelated to the OS Ranch itself.
199.DESCRIPTION: Historic Photos of Old California, text and captions by Nancy Hendrickson, c. 2009, Turner Publ. Co. Unstated FIRST EDITION, hardcover edition with dj. The spin and dj are torn on the bottom. The story of California began when a Portuguese captain sailing for Spain found a beautiful natural harbor as he plied his way up the Pacific coast. Little could he have imagined that dropping his anchor in what is now San Diego Bay would be the birth of the Golden State. Ask any Californian and you'll quickly learn that California is like two states in one: In the north are rocky cliffs, rugged beaches, and a heritage that harkens back to gold rush days. In the south is the quintessential "postcard" California of orange trees, warm ocean breezes, and boulevards lined with palm trees. Whichever California you favor, both have a rich heritage based in the cultures of Spain, England, Russia, China, and America. Citizens from all these lands came to California early, and all had a hand in building the nation's most populace state. This is her story.
200.DESCRIPTION: The Oxford History of Western Music by Richard Taruskin, complete 6 volume set, Oxford University Press., c. 2005. New condition hardcover with dj's. Volumes include: I - The Earliest Notations to the Sixteenth Century, II - The Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centures, III - The Ninteenth Century, IV - The Early Twentieth Century, V - The Late Twentieth Century, VI - Resources: Chronology, Bibliography, Master Index. A magisterial survey of the traditions of Western music by one of the most prominent and provocative musicologists of our time. This text illuminates, through a representative sampling of masterworks, those themes, styles, and currents that give shape and direction to each musical age. Taking a critical perspective, this text sets the details of music, the chronological sweep of figures, works, and musical ideas, within the larger context of world affairs and cultural history.
201.DESCRIPTION: The Victorians: British Painting 1837-1901 by Malcolm Warner, National Gallery of Art, c. 1997, Harry N. Abrams, Inc. New condition coffee table book with dj. From the medieval tendencies of Dante Gabriel Rossetti to the classicism of Frederick Leighton, Victorian painting is seen to have encompassed a broad range of subjects and styles. This elegant volume showcases the work of a great many Victorian painters, including J.M.W. Turner, John Everett Millais, and James Tissot. Publication to coincide with an exhibition opening at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. 225 illustrations, 75 in color.
202.DESCRIPTION: Picturing History: American Painting 1770-1930, edited by William Ayres, Rizzoli International Publ., c. 1993. This book accompanies the exhibition organized by Fraunces Tavern Museum, New York City. Today the sometimes-tired icons of American History painting raise serious questions of democracy's contradictions. Twelve art scholars have contributed essays to this work offering a refreshing examination of everything from Leutze's "Washington Crossing the Delaware'' and Rothermel's "The Landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth Rock'' to Judy Chicago's "Dinner Party.''
203.DESCRIPTION: Graphic Arts, Garden City Publishing Co, The Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc., c. 1936. Probably between no other two covers could such a mass of authoriative and enlightening material on the subject Graphics Arts be found. The work is a composite production of artists, critics, editors and curators both here and abroad, and represents a cross section of the best informed and least prejudiced modern opinion.
204.DESCRIPTION: Two hardcover coffee table books with dj's referring to whisky. 1) The World Atlas of Whisky by Dave Broom, c. 2010, Octopus Publ. Group 2010, unstated FIRST EDITION. How does one unravel the complexities of whisky? How does one define the flavors and aromas that create the most deliciously teasing and satisfying of drinks? This essential guide to the water of life groups whiskies by style, allowing the reader to identify new whiskies to try from around the world. So, experiment with a new taste or relax with an old favorite and prepare to immerse yourself. 2) Whiskey by Michael Jackson, c. 2005, Dorling Kindersley Ltd. 2005. Unstated FIRST EDITION.
205.DESCRIPTION: WP Commemorative Series, Titanic: 100th Anniversary, no. 1 by Jess Lomas, c. 2011, Wilkkinson Publ. For all Titanic fanatics, this commemorative edition is highly prized. Titanic 100th Anniversary explores the history and building by 3000 workers over a three year period, while exploring the decks and amenities, complete with photos of first and second class menus dated April 2, 10 and 14 (two separate menus for the second and first class passengers, none could be found for the third class). The photography often graces full page and two sheet spreads in colour and in black and white. The book is a little bowed at the top from storage.
206.DESCRIPTION: Gustav Stickley by David Cathers, Phaidon publ., c. 2003, unstated FIRST EDITION. New condition, coffee table book with dj. Gustav Stickley (1858-1942) is one of the iconic and most influential figures of the American Arts and Crafts movement. This is an authoritative monograph on the life and career of Stickley.
207.DESCRIPTION: Liberty and Freedom: A visual history of America's founding ideas by David Hackett Fischer, c. 2005, Oxford University Press 2005, unstated FIRST EDITION.
208.DESCRIPTION: Six, small World and American History hardcovers with dj's, Parragon Publ., c. 1999, from prehistoric times to the present day. Featuring culture, politics, & religion, new condition. Each with over 200 illustrations. 1) World History, general editor: Professor Jeremy Black. 2) World Facts, Dr. James Mackay. 3) American History, Rana K. Williamson, PhD. 4) Great Civilizations, Brenda Ralph Lewis. 5) History Makers, the greatest and most notorious figures, over 1000 key historical people. 6) World Mythology, features on the gods and themes of every myth,; art, artefacts and literature of legend, Arthur Cotterell.
209.DESCRIPTION: Plan your North America vacation with these nine paperback travel guides. 1) The Green Guide: Canada with hotels and restaurants, Michelin Travel Publications, 2003. 2) FIRST EDITION, The Seattle & Vancouver Book by Ray Chatelin, c. 2005. 3) Eyewitness Travel Guides: Chicago, c. 2003. 4) Eyewitness Travel Guides: New Orleans, FIRST AMERICAN EDITION 2002. 5) Insiders Guide: Off the beaten path series - Indiana by Phyllis Thomas, 8th edition, c. 2005. 6) AAA - Tourbook: Arizona & New Mexico, c. 2003. 7) AAA - Tourbook: Michigan & Wisonsin, c. 2004. 8) AAA - Tourbook: New Jersey & Pennsylvania, c. 2004. 9) Eyewitness Travel Guides: Southwest USA & Las Vegas, FIRST AMERICAN EDITION 2001.
210.DESCRIPTION: Maybe you want to travel a little farther? 1) Eyewitness Travel: Back Roads Ireland, 25 leisurely drives with pull out sheet map. 2) Eyewitness Travel: Back Roads Great Britain, 25 leisurely drives with pull out sheet map, FIRST AMERICAN EDITION 2010. 3) Larousse Concise French/English, English/French dictionary, c. 2005.
211.DESCRIPTION: 1) Hugh Johnson's pocket encyclopedia of wine 1994, c. 1993. 2) Vineyards in the Sky, the life of legendary vintner Martin Ray by Eleanor Ray, c. 1993. 3) The Great Wines of America: the top forty vintners, vineyards, and vintages by Paul Lukacs, c. 2005. 4) British Columbia Wine Country, revised and updated by John Schreiner and Kevin Miller, c. 2007, second edition.
212.DESCRIPTION: Stated FIRST EDITION, Fifty Centuries of Art, selections and text by Francis Henry Taylor, director, c. 1954 - The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Harper & Brothers publ. This beautiful book is the first general survey of art, from the early Egyptian to modern times, ever to be published in full color, 342 color reproductions. It answers the universal need for a summary in pictures and text of the major periods in Eastern and Western art and will appeal to a wide audience.
213.DESCRIPTION: Three books about music. 1) Classical Music: The great composers and t heir masterworks by John Stanley, c. 2005, Octopus publ. 2005, reprinted in paperback 2007. 2) Unstated FIRST EDITION, Reader's Digest, Festival of Popular Songs, editor: William L. Simon, c. 1977. Songs from films and Broadway, children's tunes, ragtime, nostalgia, folk favorites, instrumentals, country classics, songs from World War I - a musical parade of American history. Plus the Sing Along! insert, all the words to all the songs in the Reader's Digest festival of popular songs, c. 1977. 3) The Strad: Voice of the string music world since 1890, June 2007.
214.DESCRIPTION: Two paperback art books in original plastic. 1) Lucian Freud Paintings, revised edition, Thames & Hudson publ. With 112 illustrations, 105 in color. It is both startling and disconcerting, producing some of the most powerful and moving visual images to have appeared in the last thirty years. Freud-once dubbed "the Ingres of existentialism"-has almost single-handedly redefined the figurative painting of our time. No other living artist possesses his ability to paint the texture and thinness of skin over flesh, and his distinctive portraits have a haunting quality that makes them impossible to forget. 2) Francis Bacon, the Human Body, An Ahmanson Murphy Fine Arts Book, University of California Press. Francis Bacon (1909-1992) is widely acknowledged as one of the greatest British artists of this century. For over fifty years the intense emotions conveyed in his works have shocked and enthralled an ever-growing audience. David Sylvester, a leading Bacon scholar, brings together many of the artist's best paintings involving the human figure, the central subject of his work. Bacon's diverse body imagery can be seen in his self-portraits; nude studies; portraits of friends such as Henrietta Moraes, George Dyer, and Lucian Freud; and his series of Popes.
215.DESCRIPTION: Whiskey, scotch and vodka. What else could you possibly need to know about? 1) Eyewitness Companions: Whiskey by Charles Maclean, c. 2008 Dorling Kindersley Limited, DK Publishing. The front page is bowed due to storage. 2) Absolut: Biography of a Bottle by Carl Hamilton, c. 2000, Texere publ. 3) Michael Jackson's complete guide to Single Malt Scotch, 5th edition, c. 2004.
216.DESCRIPTION: Three coffee table books with dj's depicting architecture. 1) Stated FIRST EDITION, Historic Houses of South Africa by Graham Viney, photographs by Alain Proust, c. 1987, Abbeville Press publ. 2) Summer Places by Brendan Gill and Dudley Witney, c. 1978, stated FIRST AMERICAN EDITION, Methuen publ. 3) Mary Emmerling's American Country Classics, text by Carol Sama Sheehan, photographs by Chris Mead, c. 1990, Clarkson N. Potter Inc. publ. Unstated FIRST EDITION.
217.DESCRIPTION: Where and where not to travel. 1) Great American Drive of the West: 33 tours, 22 states, and more than 1400 listings, 2nd edition, Fodor's Travel Publications, c. 2004. 2) The Worst Towns in the USA by Maurice Crow, www.worsttownsusa.com publ, c. 2005. Unstated FIRST EDITION. 3) Reader's Disgest, Off the Beaten Path: A travel guide to more than 1000 scenic and interesting places still uncrowded and inviting with up-to-date state maps, newly revised and updated, c. 2009. Unstated FIRST EDITION.
218.DESCRIPTION: Very interesting indeed! Black and White by David Macaulay, c. 1990, special edition. Published by the Trumpet Club, with arrangement Houghton Mifflin Co., October 1992. Hardcover with dj, good condition. "This book appears to contain a number of stories that do not necessarily occur at the same time. But it may contain only one story. Then again, there may be four stories. Or four parts of a story. Careful inspection of both words and pictures is recommended."
219.DESCRIPTION: Galen Avery Rowell (August 23, 1940 - August 11, 2002) was a wilderness photographer, adventure photojournalist and climber. He became a full-time photographer in 1972. These two paperbacks features some of his amazing works. 1) The Art of Adventure, Mountain Light Press, c. 1996. Text written by the editors accompany these stunning photographs, but Rowell's more in-depth captions included near the end provide whole new insight to the pictures. Photographs of mountain ascents Fitz Roy (Patagonia, Argentina), Mt. Everest, and Mt. McKinley and those from the Karakoram ski traverse in Pakistan and free-climbing in Yosemite are balanced by many beautiful shots of sunrises and moonrises, mountains ridges, wildflowers, African plains, and the people and wildlife of the many countries Rowell has visited. 2) Mountain Light: In search of the dynamic landscape, c. 1986.
220.DESCRIPTION: Opus Vino, more than 4000 of the world's greatest wineries and their wines, editor-in-chief Jim Gordon, c. 2010 Dorling Kindersley Limited, stated FIRST AMERICAN edition 2010, DK publ. Provides greater coverage to the wine world than any other illustrated wine book. Organized by country, and then broken down into regions, districts, and wineries, the book looks at more than 4,500 individual wineries, identifies each region's top producers and its rising stars, and entries cover the owner, grapes, wine styles, and their best wines. At 800 pages, Opus Vino takes wine publishing to new heights and gives both professionals and amateur enthusiasts a wine reference fit for the 21st century.
221.DESCRIPTION: Two hardcover art books, one with dj. 1) Treasures of the Uffizi: Florence, editor: Abigail Asher, stated FIRST HARDCOVER EDITION, A Tiny Folio, Abbeville Press c. 1994. 2) The Horizon Book of The Renaissance by the editors of Horizon Magazine, published by American Heritage Publ. Co., c. 1961.
222.DESCRIPTION: Twelfth Revised, Deluxe Edition, Album of Odd Fellows Homes, edited by Ida F. Wolfe of Hiawatha Rebeka Lodge no. 2, I.O.O.F. Published by The Joseph M. Wolfe Company, Minneapolis, Minn, c. 1927. Leatherette binding with gilt embellished front cover, good condition. Most pages with colorized photographs of the Fraternal organizations' old age homes, ophanages and poor houses, many of which are attractive buildings of varying architectural styles, some modest in size, others sprawling or campus-like. Below or beside photos are brief descriptions of the property, its origin, its endowment and/or value, its history, etc.
223.DESCRIPTION: The first generation of Corvette was introduced late in the 1953 model year. Originally designed as a show car for the 1953 Motorama display at the New York Auto Show, it generated enough interest to induce GM to make a production version to sell to the public. 1) Mike Yager's (c. 2007) Corvette Bible with specifications, hundreds of photos, buying tips, Krause publ. 2) Hardcover with dj, Corvette: A piece of the action, new updated edition. Impressions of the marque and the mystique 1953-1985. By the editors of Automobile Quarterly with William L. Mitchell and Allan Girdler, second edition, Princeton Publ. c. 1984.
224.DESCRIPTION: 1) Alaska: Images of the country, photographs by Galen Rowell, text by John McPhee, A Sierra Club Book, c. 1981. 2) Salmon Nation: People, fish, and our common home, updated edition with a portfolio of original maps. Edward C. Wolf and Seth Zuckerman, editors, Ecotrust publ., c. 2003 revised edition.
225.DESCRIPTION: 1) Simon Schama (c. 1987), The Embarrassment of Riches: An interpretation of Dutch Culture in the Golden Age, Vintage Books, a division of Random House, Inc. Drawing on a vast array of period documents and sumptuously reproduced art, Schama re-creates in precise detail a nation's mental state. He tells of bloody uprisings and beached whales, of the cult of hygiene and the plague of tobacco, of thrifty housewives and profligate tulip-speculators. He tells us how the Dutch celebrated themselves and how they were slandered by their enemies. 2) A Short History of the Netherlands from prehistory to the present day by Prof. dr. P.J.A.N. Rietbergen, 6th edition, 2004, Bekking Publ. Amersfoort.
226.DESCRIPTION: A mix of of Dutch architectural, travel, and art books. 1) Suomi Finland, c. 1981 Kuvat. 2) Moederlandse geschiedenis (Mother Country History) by Henk van Os, 1980. 3) Geert Mak In Europa (Go to Europe), c. 2004. 4) De grote wereld (the big world) by Arthur Japin. 5) Tastbare Tijd (Tangible Time): Culturrhistorische atlas van de provincie Utrecht (cultural history atlas of the province of utrecht), c. 2005. 6) Geschiedenis Van De Voc (History of the Voc), c. 1992. 7) Een Prachtvol Lustoord (a beautiful solarium) 8) Capitol Travel Guides - Cuba, c. 2008. 9) Van Dale pocket dictionary German/Dutch. 10) New edition Prism Dictionary. 11) De gesel der Vikinen (the scourage of the vikings). 12) Henri Matisse by Gilles Neret, Taschen publ., c. 1996.
227.DESCRIPTION: The Enchanted World was a series of twenty-one books published in the 1980s. Each book focused on different aspects of mythology or folklore, and all were released by Time Life Books. We have 16 of the 21 volumes. The Book of Christmas, Fall of Camelot, Legends of Valor, Magical Beasts, Seekers and Saviors, Spells and Bindings, Fabled Lands, Fairies and Elves, Giants and Ogres, Wizards and Witches, The Book of Beginnings, Dragons, Dwarfs, Water Spirits, The Lore of Love.
228.DESCRIPTION: Three books about war. 1) Hardcover with dj, new condition. World War I: The African Front by Edward Paice, c. 2008, FIRST Pegasus Books edition. 2) Paris: Six months that changed the world 1919 by Margaret MacMillan, c. 2001, Random House trade paperback edition 2003. 3) The Great War: Perspectives on the first World War, edited by Robert Cowley, c. 2003 by American Historical Publ.
229.DESCRIPTION: New, in plastic coffee table architecture book. Simple Safari by Daryl and Sharna Balfour, March 2001. Two hundred colour photographs and an inspiring text aim to entice home decorators into transforming a city apartment or country house into a home reminiscent of African tree-house camps and lodges. Lodge addresses are provided for the intrepid traveller, along with source lists.
230.DESCRIPTION: Rare! The Search for the Talisman: A Tale of Adventure in Labrador by Henry Frith with six full-age illustrations by John Schonberg, Blackie & Son publ. 1886.
231.DESCRIPTION: The Works of Rudyard Kipling, One Volume Edition, Walter J. Black, Inc. Ca. 1930-40s, no copyright date. RUDYARD KIPLING (1865-1936), born in Bombay, he was brought to England in 1871, where he spent five years living unhappily in Southsea with his younger sister, separated from his parents. From 1882 to 1889 he worked as a journalist in India; many of his early poems and stories were originally published in newspapers or for the Indian Railway Library. In 1896 he returned to England, settling in Sussex, though Kipling continued to travel extensively, spending much time in South Africa, which he first visited in 1900, during the Boer War, where he had first sight of warfare. In 1907 he was the first English writer to receive the Nobel Prize.
232.DESCRIPTION: Five paperbacks for Dummies, Wiley Publishing - a reference for the rest of us. Movie Maker c. 2000, Building a Web Site with CD-Rom c. 2000, Digital Photography - 3rd edition c. 2000 with CD-Rom, Running a Bar c. 2007, eBay - 4th edition c. 2004.
233.DESCRIPTION: A special limited edition of 1000 copies, STATED FIRST EDITION and SIGNED BY AUTHOR, new condition. George Phippen: The man, the artist by Louise Phippen, Ralph Tanner Assocaites, Inc. publ., c. 1983. First printing October, 1985. George Phippen, (11 Jul 1915 - 13 Apr 1966), a western artist from Skull Valley, Arizona, is the co-founder and first president of the Cowboy Artists of America. Phippen did approximately 3,000 works in his brief career. Succumbing to cancer in 1966 (at age 50), he made art for only 20 years. He was a sculptor and painter in representational style of western genre, figures, and horses. His work included the bronze sculpture Cowboy in a Storm.
234.DESCRIPTION: The Life of a Cowboy told through the Drawings, Paintings, and Bronzes of George Phippen, as selected by Louise Phippen, The University of Arizona Press, c. 1969 The Arizona Board of Regents. Unstated FIRST EDITION, hardcover in good condition. Phippen transferred into living art subjects he understood and loved. His artistry tells a story of the Old West authentically, realistically and at times humorously-in a way you can believe. The colorful story of the cowboy through the years is portrayed in forty-three great works: striking lifelike sketches, oils and bronzes.
235.DESCRIPTION: Two western artist paperback catalogues. 1) CM Russell art available from Montana Historical Society. Quality full color lithographic prints. 2) Masters 2006, Masters of the American West fine art exhibition and sale. Autry National Center, Feb. 4 - Mar. 5, 2006.
236.DESCRIPTION: Three hardcover history books in new condition. 1) The American President: A complete history with detailed biographies, historical timelines and inaugural speeches. By Kathryn Moore, c. 2007, Barnes & Noble. 2) Atlas of World History, edited by Kate Santon and Liz McKay, Parragon publ., c. 2005. 3) Our land, our legacy: Our North American World Heritage, c. 1997 by R.R. Leitch publ.
237.DESCRIPTION: 1) Glacier National Park: Legends and Lore along Going-to-the-Sun road by C.W. Guthrie, illustrated by Diane Krage, Farcountry Press c. 2002. 2) Lonely Planet - Banff, Jasper & Glacier National Parks by Korina Miller, Susan Derby, David Lukas, Lonely Planet Publ.c. 2004. Stated FIRST EDITION - March 2004.
238.DESCRIPTION: Two hardcover art books with dj's. 1) O'Keeffe: The Life of an American Legend by Jeffrey Hogrefe, c. 1992. Bantam Books publ. Sept. 1992. Unstated FIRST EDITION. Journalist and author Jeffrey Hogrefe discloses the answers to these questions and more in O'Keeffe, a richly detailed biography that illuminates much of the mystery and intrigue that surround Georgia O'Keeffe, and finally reveals the real woman behind the legend. Hogrefe's encounter with the ninety-three-year-old artist and with Juan Hamilton, the young man she loved in her final years, provided him with unique insights into her private world, as well as into Hamilton's own controversial relationship with O'Keeffe during the last fourteen years of her life. 2) Mantle Fieldings dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors & Engravers, new completely revised, enlarged and updated edition. Edited by Glenn B. Opitz, Apollo Books publ. c. 1983.
239.DESCRIPTION: J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, BBC Dramatization Audio Book 13 CD box set., c. 1999. 13 hours In ancient times the Rings of Power were crafted by the Elven-smiths, and Sauron, The Dark Lord, forged the One Ring, filling it with his own power so that he could rule all others. But the One Ring was taken from him, and though he sought it throughout Middle-earth, it remained lost to him. After many ages it fell, by chance, into the hands of the hobbit, Bilbo Baggins. From his fastness in the Dark Tower of Mordor, Sauron's power spread far and wide. He gathered all the Great Rings to him, but ever he searched far and wide for the One Ring that would complete his dominion. On his eleventy-first birthday Bilbo disappeared, bequeathing to his young cousin Frodo the Ruling Ring and a perilous quest - to journey across Middle-earth, deep into the shadow of the Dark Lord, and destroy the Ring by casting it into the Cracks of Doom. The Lord of the Rings tells of the great quest undertaken by Frodo and the Fellowship of the Ring: Gandalf the Wizard, the hobbits Merry, Pippin, and Sam, Gimli the Dwarf, Legolas the Elf, Boromir of Gondor, and a tall, mysterious stranger called Strider.
240.DESCRIPTION: Available for the first time in audio, The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt is the story of seven men - a naturalist, a writer, a lover, a hunter, a ranchman, a soldier, and a politician - who merged at age 42 to become the youngest American President in history. Twenty-one years ago, this classic biography (the first volume of a planned trilogy; the second, Theodore Rex, was published in 2001) won both the Pulitzer Prize and American Book Award, and since then it has never been out of print.
241.DESCRIPTION: A selection of CD audio book sets. 1) Mozart: A lecture on his life and work in Dutch. 2) The World of Atlas Shrugged: The essential companion to Ayn Rand's Masterpiece, narrated by Edward Hermann and Lynn Redgrave. 3) The World is Flat: A brief history of the 21st Century by Thomas L. Friedman. It includes 20 CD's.
242.DESCRIPTION: Brand new, still sealed in plastic, CD audio book set. J.R.R. Tolkien, the Hobbit - prequel to The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Unabridged 10 CD set, c. 2003. Probably the most famous children's book of modern times - regularly topping polls for 'favourite book'. The Hobbit is the unforgettable story of Bilbo, a peace-loving hobbit, who embarks on a strange and magical adventure. A timeless classic.
243.DESCRIPTION: A selection of audio book cassette sets. 1) The First World War by John Keegan, read by Simon Prebble, c. 1998. It includes 6 cassettes with 9 hours of audio. 2) From Dawn to Decadense: The 20th Century by Jacques Barzun, read by Edward Herrmann, c. 2000. Includes 6 cassettes with 9 hours of audio. 3) Benjamin Franklin: An American Life by Walter Isaacson, read by Boyd Gaines, c. 2003. Approx 7 hours of run time. 4) The Pursuit of Wow! Read by the author, Tom Peters, every person's guide to topsy-turvy times, c. 1994. 5) Theodore Rex by Edmund Morris, read by Harry Chase, c. 2001. Includes 6 cassettes with 9 hours of audio. 6) More Napalm & Silly Putty, written and performed by George Carlin. Unabridged excerpts; 2 1/2 hours on 2 cassettes.
244.DESCRIPTION: Three new condition hardcovers that will get you through those cold nights ahead. 1) Sleeping with the FBI: Sex, booze, Russians and the saga of an American counterspy who couldn't by Russell Warren Howe, c. 1993, National Press publ. 2) Double Cross: The explosive, inside story of the mobster who controlled America by Sam Giancana and Chuck Giancana, c. 1992. Warner Books, FIRST PRINTING, March 1992. 3) Slave by Mende Nazer and Damien Lewis, c. 2003. Published by PublicAffairs.
245.DESCRIPTION: Three softcover art books. 1) Carlsons Guide to Landscape Painting by John F. Carlson, Sterling Publ. 1953. 2) Paintings of California, introduction by Ilene Susan Fort, edited by Arnold Skolnick, University of California Press, c. 1993. 3) New in plastic, Paintings of the Southwest, edited by Arnold Skolnick, introduction of Suzan Campbell.
246.DESCRIPTION: Four paperbacks to enjoy your cozy, quiet time. 1) Mafia Wipeout: How the law put away an entire mob family by Donald W. Cox, c. 1992, Spi publ. 2) Contact: Mountain climbing and environmental thinking, edited by Jeffrey Mathes McCarthy, University of Nevada Press, c. 2008. stated FIRST PRINTING. 3) First Lady, a novel by Michael Malone, c. 2001, Sourcebooks Landmark publ. 4) Someplace to be Flying by Charles De Lint, c. 1998, stated FIRST trade paperback edition - Aug. 2005.
247.DESCRIPTION: 1) The Lewis and Clark Companion: An encyclopedic guide to the voyage of discovery by Stephenie Ambrose Tubbs, c. 2003, An Owl book, Henry Hold and Co. Stated FIRST EDITION 2003. 2) Or Perish in the Attempt: Wilderness medicine in the Lewis & Clark Expedition by David J. Peck, D.O, Farcountry Press, c. 2002. Ingeniously combines the remarkable adventures of Lewis and Clark with an examination of the health problems their expedition faced. Formidable problems indeed, but the author patiently, expertly-and humorously-guides us through the medical travels of the famous journey, juxtaposing treatment then against remedy now. The result is a fascinating book that sheds new light not only on Lewis and Clark and the men and one remarkable woman (and her infant) who accompanied them along an eight-thousand-mile wilderness path but also on the practice of medicine in their time and place.
248.DESCRIPTION: Two vintage hardcover art books. 1) Artists on Art from the XIV to the XX Century with 100 illustrations. Compiled and edited by Robert Goldwater and Marco Treves, Phantheon Books c. 1945, third edition Feb. 1958. Excerpts from the writings of painters and sculptors over a period of seven centuries present a highly personal and authentic history of art. 2) Stated FIRST ENGLISH edition, Five Hundred Self-Portraits from antique times to the present day in sculpture, painting, drawing, and engraving. Chosen, edited and introduced by Ludwig Goldscheider, Phaidon Press MCMXXXVII (1937).
249.DESCRIPTION: Unstated FIRST EDITION, Artists and Illustrators of the Old West 1850-1900, with 72 pages of illustrations by Robert Taft, Charles Scribner's Sons, c. 1953. The dj is tattered but the book is in good condition. A survey of the pictures and illustrations of the Western United States during the period 1850 to 1900 and the men who made them.
250.DESCRIPTION: Welcome to the world of premier artist, Christian Riese Lassen, known around the globe for his unique ability to embody the brilliant light and shimmering colors of our amazing world. His lifelong love of the ocean and its inhabitants has served as his inspiration to create these illustrious masterpieces. 1)The Art of Christian Riese Lassen, Cedo Publ. Co, c. 1992, 5th edition Nov. 1994. 2) The Art of Lassen: A collection of works from Christian Risese Lassen, c. 1993.
251.DESCRIPTION: Who isn't intrigued by Da Vinci? 1) Stated FIRST EDITION, Leonardo Da Vinci: The artist, inventor, scientist - in three-dimensional, movable pictures by A. & M. Provensen. The Caldecott Medal-winning illustrators offer a stunning look at the inventive, artistic, and scientific accomplishments of Leonardo da Vinci. Alice and Martin Provensen, c. 1984. 2) Viktor Schreckengost: American Da Vinci by Henry Adams, Ph.D., c. 2006, Tide-Mark publ.
252.DESCRIPTION: Napoleon: The Immortal Emperor by Gerard Gengembre, c. 2002, The Vendome Press 2003. Hardcover with dj, new condition. This lavishly illustrated book retraces the meteoric career of Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), the "little Corsican" who rose from the ashes of the ancient regime to become the most charismatic and powerful European leader since Alexander the Great. Accompanied by paintings, drawings, engravings, caricatures, sculpture, film stills, posters, and other examples of Napoleonic iconography, the text tells the story of the leader's life, his myth, and his enduring fame over two centuries.
253.DESCRIPTION: The Italian Painters of the Renaissance by Bernard Bersenson, with 400 illustrations, Sixth impression: 1967. The four essays contained in this volume were first published separatley from 1894 to 1907. The present, illustrated edition is published in arrangement with the Clarendon Press, Oxford, and the Oxford University Press, New York.
254.DESCRIPTION: Three interesting hardcover history books in new condition. 1) Collapse: How societies choose to fail or succeed by Jared Diamond, c. 2005. Viking publ. 2005, unstated FIRST EDITION. 2) A Voyage Long and Strange: Rediscovering the new world by Tony Horwitz, c. 2008, Henry Holt & Co. Publ, Stated FIRST EDITION. 3) The New York Times guide to essential knowledge: A desk reference for the curious mind, c. 2004 by the New York Times, St. Martin's Press publ.
255.DESCRIPTION: Misc. art books. 1) Hardcover, Fruit Crate Art by Joe Davidson, The Wellfleet Press, c. 1990. The cover is torn away from the binding. 2) Master Bronzes from the Classical World by David Gordon Mitten and Suzannah F. Doeringer, c. 1968. This is a catalogue of a traveling exhibition in 1967 -1968. It is an attempt to bring together the best Greek, Roman and Etruscan bronzes. It also includes a section on how bronzes were made. 3) Vogels Birds: Prints, drawings and photographs in the collections of the Rijksmuseum Printroom and Library, Amsterdam by Irene M. de Groot, c. 1999. 4) Paintings of California, edited by Arnold Skolnick, c. 1993. Unstated FIRST EDITION.
256.DESCRIPTION: Four audio book sets. Two Lost Civilizations cassette from Time-Life books. Egypt: Journey to the land of the Pharaohs and the Magnificent Maya: Remnants of glory and genius. Plus two audio CD's. Crazies to the Left of Me/Wimps to the Right, written and read by Bernard Goldberg, unabridged edition and Audio Renaissance - Bush County: How Dubya became a great president while driving liberals insane by John Podhoretz.
257.DESCRIPTION: B. Posselli: The Paintings of Bonnie Posselli by John Keahey, c. 2007. Step off the beaten path into the paintings of Bonnie Posselli. Her works are portals to places, times, and experiences. Walk through the Alaskan wilderness, wade in waters of a remote island, or mingle among South American villagers. Known first for her Utah landscapes, Bonnie Posselli has spent nearly four decades painting the West. The Paintings of Bonnie Posselli will take readers from the redrock canyons to the mountains' Quaking Aspen groves to quiet towns rich in their farming and mining heritages. This book follows the path of Bonnie's life, which has been one of both reflection and exploration.
258.DESCRIPTION: All about Utah. 1) Stated FIRST EDITION, Painters of Utah's Canyons and Deserts by Donna L. Poulton & Vern G. Swanson, c. 2009, Gibbs Smith publ. Vividly illustrated and exhaustively researched and documented, Painters of Utah's Canyons and Deserts weaves a sweeping tapestry of artists' attempts to capture the majesty, rare beauty, and raw danger of Utah's frontier West. Beautiful hardcover coffee table book in new condition. 2) Utah by Fred Hirschmann, a Graphic Arts Books, c. 2008. This coffeetable book is the work of professional photographer Fred Hirschmann who began his love affair with Utah as a part time park employee at Bryce Canyon National Park. Hirschmann's images feature breathtaking views of the state's most beloved trademarks, such as Arches, Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks.
259.DESCRIPTION: Unstated FIRST EDITION, The 100 Best Illustrated Letters of Charles M. Russell by Brian W. Dippie, Amon Carter Museum, c. 2008. Contains illustrated letters, commentaries, and transcriptions of Charlie Russell's well known letters. Hard cover, 212 pages, new condition.
260.DESCRIPTION: Two paperbooks about Native Americans and the Old West. 1) Unstated FIRST EDITION, The American West: Painters from Catlin to Russell by Larry Curry, The Viking Press 1972, c. 1972 by Museum Associates of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. 2) Black Elk Speaks: Being the life story of a Holy Man of the Oglala Sioux. As told through John G. Neihardt (Flaming Raindbow) by Nicholas Black Elk. C. 2000 by the University of Nebraska Press. The famous story of the Lakota healer and visionary.
261.DESCRIPTION: Two softcover books about the Rolling Stones. 1) Authentic Guitar Tab Edition: The Rolling Stones, Hot Rocks 1964-1971. Alfred's Classic Album editions, c. MMIX (2009) by ABKCO Music, Inc. Hot Rocks, released almost four decades ago, remains the most significant Rolling Stones compilation ever. It is The Rolling Stones' biggest-selling album-more than 12 million copies! This book features all 21 tracks from this landmark recording-fully transcribed for guitar! 2) It's Only Rock 'N' Roll: The ultimate guide to the Rolling Stones by James Karnbach and Carol Bernson, c. 1997. Facts on File, Inc. publ.
262.DESCRIPTION: A Day at elBulli, Best chef in the world: Ferran Adria. Voted best restaurant in the world, with two million requests for reservations every year, elBulli was notoriously difficult to get a table at. A Day at elBulli, Classic Edition opens the doors to everyone and reveals the inner workings of the kitchen and the gastronomic innovations that have helped create the spectacular food. Illustrated with over 1,000 colour photographs, the book includes recipes and innovative inserts explaining the creative methods and food philosophy, the reservations policy, the history of elBulli and the life of Ferran Adria. New hardcover still in original plastic, 632 pages, 1100 illustrations.
263.DESCRIPTION: The Roosevelts: The American Family that changed the World, Time Inc. Specials, c. 2014, new condition. Foreword by Ken Burns - director of the PBS film "The Roosevelts: An Imtimate History" and co-author of the companion book.
264.DESCRIPTION: Travel with these paperbacks, new condition. 1) The 100 Best Art Town in America: A guide to galleries, museums, festivals, lodging, and dining, 4th edition by John Villani, c. 2005, The Countryman Press. 2) The Complete Idiot's Guide to Geography, 2nd edition by Joseph Gonzalez and Thomas E. Sherer Jr., Penguin Group c. 2004. 3) The Handy Geography Answer Book by Matthew T. Rosenberg, Visible Ink Press c. 2005.
265.DESCRIPTION: George Catlin and his Indian Gallery by Brian W. Dippie, Therese Thau Heyman, Christopher Mulvey, Joan Carpenter Troccoli. C. 2002 by Smithsonian American Art Museum, third printing 2008. New condition hardcover coffee table book with dj. In 1832, George Catlin-showman, entrepreneur, and artist-made the first of four trips into Indian country, painting as he went, in a wonderfully spontaneous, if somewhat naive style. His ambition was to paint every tribe. He fell short. But what he did achieve, and the subject of this splendid volume, is a remarkable look into the faces and daily activities of Native Americans before their lands and their numbers were so radically diminished. And while Catlin was clearly influenced by the idea that Indians were Noble Savages (rapidly acquiring the vices of the white man while losing their "savage" virtues), his passion for his work is evidence of a profound respect and affection for his subjects, clearly demonstrated in this magnificent book. 275 illustrations, 150 in color.
266.DESCRIPTION: Three hardcover coffee table books in new condition. 1) Stated FIRST EDITION, The Rustic Home, written and photographed by Ralph Kylloe, c. 2006, Gibbs Smith publ. Explores the mythical and romantic West through the architecture and artistry of its residents. It reveals how the romance, lore, passion, and history of rugged old cabins, settler shelters, and mountain shacks have influenced and shaped modern Western architecture. 2) Frank Gehry by Jason Miller, c. 2003. This volume surveys about 20 of architect Frank Gehry's innovative designs, from the Schnabel residence in California to the Nationale-Nederlanden building in Prague. 3) The Perfect $100,000 House: A trip across America and back in pursuit of a place to call home by Karrie Jacobs, c. 2006, Viking Penguin 2006, unstated FIRST EDITION.
267.DESCRIPTION: Two new culinary hardcovers. 1) Around my French Table, more than 300 recipes from my home to yours by Dorie Greenspan, c. 2010, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt publ. When Julia Child told Dorie Greenspan, "You write recipes just the way I do," she paid her the ultimate compliment. Julia's praise was echoed by the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times, which referred to Dorie's "wonderfully encouraging voice" and "the sense of a real person who is there to help should you stumble." 2) The Complete Mushroom Book: Savory recipes for wild and cultivated varieties by Antonio Carluccio, the quiet hunt. Rizzoli International Publ. 2003, FIRST American edition.
268.DESCRIPTION: Artistic Luxury: Faberge', Tiffany, Lalique by Stephen Harrison, Emmanuel Ducamp, and Jeannine Falino, The Cleveland Museum of Art, c. 2008. These great designers came together only once to display their goods in what was probably the most opulent exhibition ever mounted. At the 1900 Exposition Universelle in Paris, the three strove to position themselves ahead of their many competitors in the luxury market, each presenting his jewelry and home adornments as high art. Their success is explored in this splendidly illustrated catalogue, which elucidates the prewar pinnacle of European culture. New copy, hardcover with dj.
269.DESCRIPTION: Two hardcover books, drinking and cooking with scotch. 1) Cooking with Scotch Whisky: 100 Luxury Recipes by Rosalie Gow, c. 1990, Gorden Wright Publ. Scotch whisky not only adds delicacy and flavor to cooking, it also tenderizes, preserves, cures and comforts, lending a distinct quality to game, pate, fish and sweet dishes. 2) Michael Jackson's complete guide to Single Malt Scotch, Running Press, c. 2004.
270.DESCRIPTION: George Catlin and the Old Frontier by Harold McCracken, MCMLIX (1959), Bonanza Books, New York. Here is a great adventure in America history - a great collection of treasured American art. George Catlin And The Old Frontier is the first comprehensive picture gallery and biography of George Catlin, the dean of American Indian painters. It contains 36 paintings in brilliant full color and 131 black-and-white reproductions of of pictures by the American artist whose talent and achievement place him among the most extraordinary men of the nineteenth century.
271.DESCRIPTION: Two hardcover books pertaining to opera, new condition. 1) The Oxford Illustrated History of Opera, edited by Roger Parker, Oxford University Press, c. 1994, unstated FIRST EDITION. 2) The Story of Opera by Richard Somerset-Ward, c. 1998, Harry N. Abrams publ. 1998. Unstated FIRST EDITION. A comprehensive salute to the great Italian, German, French, English, and Russian operas and artists covers its four-hundred-year history with a special survey of the directors, performers, and composers of the twentieth century.
272.DESCRIPTION: Three California paperbacks, new condition. 1) Postcard History Series: Resorts of Riverside County by Steve Lech, c. 2005. Arcadia publ. For all the faults attributed to the San Andreas, its one very soothing aspect has been an enormous spiderweb of cracks spreading throughout the geologic formations of what became Riverside County. These fissures yielded springs and grottos of warm waters to which thankful pioneers and snake-oil salesmen alike attributed curative powers. 2) California's El Camino Real and its historic bells by Max Kurillo and Erline M. Tuttle, Sunbelt Publ. c. 2000. Unstated FIRST EDITION. 3) A World Transformed: Firsthand accounts of California before the gold rush, edited with introduction by Joshua Paddison, c. 1999, Heyday Books publ.
273.DESCRIPTION: A history of the Montana Power Company by Cecil H. Kirk with chapters covering 1970 through 2002 by Anne Bauer. Published by Donn B. Kirk, c. 2008. The original manuscript by Cecil H. Kirk is now the property of the Montana Historical Society, Helena, and copyrighted by the society. With the society's permission, this edition has been substantially edited to amend spelling, punctuation and grammatical usage, and to delete some of the author's personal opinions, mottoes and exhortations.
274.DESCRIPTION: Five misc. books, most in new condition. 1) What Clients Love: A field guide to growing your business by Harry Beckwith, c. 2003, Warner Books. 2) The Disheveled Dictionary: A curious caper through our sumptuous lexicon by Karen Elizabeth Gordon, c. 1997 (water stains). 3) 100 Words almost everyone confuses & misuses. From the editors of the American Heritage Dictionaries, c. 2004. 4) Confessions of an Advertising Man by David Ogilvy, c. 2008. 5) Kitsch in Sync: A consumer's guide to bad taste by Peter Ward, c. 1991. Ever since the arbiters of taste first took their mothers' flying ducks off the walls of their suburban semis and displayed them proudly alongside their Bauhaus furniture, or chuckled knowingly at the musical toilet rolls in each other's bathroom, kitsch has become part of the style-setter's anti-style. Peter Ward explores the global culture of kitsch and charts a course through the shallowest waters of trivial bad taste that encompasses all aspects of life - from fashion to furnishings, art to artefacts, through movies, TV, pop and personalities.
275.DESCRIPTION: Stated FIRST EDITION, Landscape Painting: Essential concepts and techniques for plein air and studio practice by Mitchell Albala, c. 2009. Watson-Guptill Publ., new condition hardcover with dj. Albala shares his concepts and practices for translating nature's grandeur, complexity, and color dynamics into convincing representations of space and light. Concise, practical, and inspirational, Landscape Painting focuses on the greatest challenges for the landscape artist.
276.DESCRIPTION: Four hardcover art books, mostly in new condition. 1) Edward Hopper, 1882-1967: Vision of Reality by Ivo Kranzfelder, Taschen GmbH publ, c. 2001. 2) 100 Artists of the West Coast by Douglas Bullis, c. 2003, Shiffer Publ. Ltd. 3) Unstated FIRST EDITION, Art of the Nineteenth Century by Adolf Max Vogt. Universe Books publ, c. 1973 by George Weidenfeld & Nicolson, Ltd. 4) Pop Art by Tilman Osterwold, Taschen publ. 25th anniversary special edition, c. 2007. This book is still sealed in original manufacturers plastic.
277.DESCRIPTION: Unstated FIRST EDITION, Remington and Russell by Leonard Everett Fisher, Gallery Books publ., c. 1985 Bison Books Corp. A lavishly illustrated, full-color guidebook covers the lives, works, and notable contributions of two important artists of the American West. Plus an art booklet: The American Scene presents Frederic Remington, "Coming Through the Rye". Thomas Gilcrease Institue of American History and Art, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Volume IV, no. 2, summer 1961, 35 pages.
278.DESCRIPTION: Two western artist books referring to George Catlin. 1) Unstated FIRST EDITION, First Artist of the West: George Catlin Paintings and Watercolors by Joan Carpenter Troccoli. From the collection of Gilcrease Museum, c. 1993. 2) The George Catlin Book of American Indians by Royal B. Hassrick, Promontory Press, c. 1981. George Catlin (July 26, 1796 - December 23, 1872) was an American painter, author, and traveler, who specialized in portraits of Native Americans in the Old West. Travelling to the American West five times during the 1830s, Catlin was the first white man to depict Plains Indians in their native territory.
279.DESCRIPTION: Three hardcover books for the oenophile, new condition. 1) A Century of Wine: The story of a wine revolution, general editor Stephen Brook, Octopus Publ. Group, c. 2000. Unstated FIRST EDITION. 2) Wine by Design by Sean Stanwick and Loraine Fowlow, second edition. C. 2010 John Wiley & Sons Ltd. 3) Wine, Food & Friends by Karen MacNeil, c. 2006, Oxmoor House publ. 2006. Unstated FIRST EDITION, stated first printing.
280.DESCRIPTION: It's all about Italy in the pages of these four culinary books. Plus a book that will help you speak the language just in case your cooking makes you want to visit there! 1) Antonio Carluccio's Southern Italian Feast, stated FIRST American edition, BBC publ. 2000, c. by Carluccio 1998. 2) Stated FIRST EDITION, Trattoria Grappolo: Simple recipes for traditional Italian cuisine by Leonardo Curti & James O. Fraioli, c. 2007, Gibbs Smith publ. 3) Every Night Italian: 120 simple, delicious recipes you can prepare in 45 minutes or less by Giuliano Hazen, c. 2000, Scribner publ. 4) Mario Batali: Italian Grill with Judith Sutton, c. 2008 by Batali, second edition. HarperCollins publ. Plus Italian Now! Level 1 by Marcel Danesi, Ph.D. Barrton's Education Series, Inc. c. 2005.
281.DESCRIPTION: Stated FIRST EDITION, A Limitless Sky: The Work of Charles M. Russell, in a collection of the Rockwell Museum, Corning, New York. By Ginger Renner, foreword by Robert F. Rockwell, c. 1986 by the Rockwell Museum. The Rockwell Museum is the home of a collection of some of Charles Marion Russell's most interesting work and memorabilia. In addition to oils, watercolors, drawings, bronzes and illustrated letters, the museum also houses the only-known Russell-illustrated set of Francis Parkman's book, The Oregon Trail. The art of the American West has been Ginger Renner's special love for most of her life. She married Frederic G. Renner, a collector long-revered for his knowledge of Russell.
282.DESCRIPTION: Unstated FIRST EDITION, Frederic Remington by James K. Ballinger, c. 1989, Harry N. Abrams, Inc. publ. in association with The National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Instituion. Traces the career of the nineteenth century American artist, discusses his portrayal of the American West, and depicts his development as a painter. New condition hardcover with dj.
283.DESCRIPTION: Travels in the Interior of North America during the years 1832-1834, by Maximilian Prince of Wied, illustrations by Karl Bodmer. Taschen GmbH publ., c. 2001. In 1832 looking to gather images and information about native Americans and their customs, Maximillian Prince of Wied travelled with Swiss painter Karl Bodmer across North America; Wied's travel experiences were published in 1840, his text printed in two volumes and 81 of Bodmers illustrations were published as a portfolio. Reprinted from a splendid hand - coloured copy of the publication still owned by the Wied family, 'Travels in the Interior of North America' is the first book to reproduce a complete original colour version. Focussing on many details in each plate, in depth text serves as a key to the customs, clothes and tools of the native Americans, including well-known figures, such as, Mato-Tope.
284.DESCRIPTION: Four hardcover wine coffee table books, new condition. 1) Hugh Johnson, the Story of Wine, new illustrated edition, Michael Beazley, Octopus Publ. Group, c. 2005. 2) Rhone Renassance by Remington Norman, c. 1996, Wine Appreciation Guild publ. 3) Unstated FIRST EDITION, The Complete Encyclopedia of Wine Beer & Spirits by Robert Joseph, Roger Protz, Dave Broom, Carlton Books publ., c. 2000. 4) Grand Cru, The Great Wines oof Burgundy through the Perspective of its Finest Vineyards by Remington Norman, c. 2010. Published 2011 by Sterling Publishing Co.
285.DESCRIPTION: Four hardcover culinary books with dj's, new condition. 1) Ray's Boathouse: Seafood Secrets of the Pacific Northwest, text by Ken Gouldthorpe, Documentary Media and Ray's Boathouse c. 2003. Stated FIRST EDITION 2003, second printing 2006. 2) Saveur, The New Comfort Food: Home cooking from around the world, edited by James Oseland, Weldon Owen Inc. c. 2011. 3) Tapas: A Classic Collection of Spanish-Style Recipes, Parragon Publ. c. 2004 (tear in dj). 4) The Cuisines of Mexico by Diana Kennedy, c. 1972, Harper & Row publ. (tears in dj).
286.DESCRIPTION: Our National Parks, photography by David Muench, essay by Ruth Rudner, c. MMV (2005), Graphic Arts Publ. Co. Award-winning photographer David Muench captures the well-visited park icons that millions of Americans love and cherish as well as the lesser-known and seldom seen wilderness areas of the parks, the untouched gems where few traveler's venture. Ruth Rudner's moving essay coupled with Muench's visual celebration of these great lands, brings to life everything from the Great Smokies to the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, to Bryce Canyon and hundreds of other unique images.
287.DESCRIPTION: Six books in Dutch or Danish. I'm going to write the titles in English only. 1) Everyone of Dinosaurs (still sealed in original plastic). 2) Wilhelm II Emperor of Germany. 3) Consider Us an Exception. 4) Human Bombs, what makes the suicide bomber? 5) The Art Guide: Symbolism and theme of classical, biblical and religious painting. 6) Enjoyment. All are in very good condition.
288.DESCRIPTION: Stated FIRST EDITION, O.C. Seltzer: Painter of the Old West by Mildred D. Ladner, foreword by Fred A. Myers, University of Oklahoma Press and Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art, Tulsa, c. 1979. Discusses the life and work of Olaf C. Seltzer, one of the most brilliant painters of the Old West. Mildred Ladner, retired book editor of Tulsa World, has carefully researched and written in great detail the full story of Seltzer's life (1877-1957), from his impoverished childhood in Copenhagen to his youth and adulthood in Montana. The book includes numerous color and black & white reproductions of many of the artist's work, endnotes, bibliography, and an index, 224 pages.
289.DESCRIPTION: Seven paperbacks for the win connoisseur. 1) Frommer's Portable, California Wine Country, 4th edition, c. 2004. 2) Parker's Wine Buyer's Guide no. 7 by Robert M. Parker, Jr., 7th edition, c. 2008. 3) Wine Faults: Causes, Effects, Cures by John Hudelson, Ph.D, c. 2011. 4) The University Wine Course: A wine appreciation text & self tutorial by Marian W. Baldy, Ph.D, 3rd edition, 12th printing, 2005. 5) Understanding, Choosing and Enjoying Wine by Stuart Walton, c. 2005. 6) Washington Wine Country by Judy Peterson-Nedry, c. MM (2000). 7) Food and Wine Pairing: A sensory experience by Robert J. Harrington, c. 2008. Unstated FIRST EDITION.
290.DESCRIPTION: Meat! Four hardcovers about the subject, new condition. 1) Unstated FIRST EDITION, Charcuterie: The craft of salting, smoking, and curing by Michael Ruhlman and Brian Polcyn, c. 2005, W.W. Norton & Co. 2) The River Cottage Meat Book by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, c. 2007, Ten Speed Press, stated FIRST PRINTING, unstated FIRST edition. 3) Great Sausage Recipes and Meat Curing by Rytek Kutas, c. 1984. Published by The Sausage Maker Inc. 4) Sausages by Paul Gayler, c. 2011. Stated FIRST Lyons Press ediiton 2012.
291.DESCRIPTION: Time-Life, The American Indians series, nine volumes, c. 1992. Cycles of Life, Keepers of the Totem, People of the Desert, Realm of the Iroquois, European Challenge, First Americans, Mighty Chieftains, Spirit World, Way of the Warrior.
292.DESCRIPTION: No More Buffalo by Bob Scriver with the assistance of Dr. Harold McCracken, Dr. John C. Ewer, Nicholas de Vore III, Marshall Noice & Carl Cree Medicine. The Lewell Press, Kansas City. Stated FIRST EDITION, c. 1982 by Scriver. No dust jacket, old library issue. Through the bronze sculptures and insightful text of Bob Scriver,the recipient of the 1990 Montana Governor's Award for Distinguished Achievement in the Arts, NO MORE BUFFALO traces the history of the Blackfeet nomadic pre-horse days, through the coming of the horse, to the flowering of their materially and spiritually rich culture in the 18th and 19th centuries.
293.DESCRIPTION: A selection of three culinary books. 1) Italy: The Beautiful Cookbook: Authentic recipes from the regions of Italy, by Lorenza De' Medici. HarperCollins publ, c. 1996. 2) Gourmet Today, more than 1000 all-new recipes for the contemporary kitchen, edited by Ruth Reichl. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publ, c. 2009 by Conde Nast Publ. 3) Mediterranean: A taste of the sun in over 150 recipes by Jacqueline Clark and Joanna Farrow, c. Anness Publ. 2001.
294.DESCRIPTION: Two paperback parenting books. 1) Home Game: An accidental guide to fatherhood by Michael Lewis (the author of The Blind Side), c. 2009, W.W. Norton & Co. publ. 2010. When he became a father, Michael Lewis found himself expected to feel things that he didn't feel, and to do things that he couldn't see the point of doing. At first this made him feel guilty, until he realized that all around him fathers were pretending to do one thing, to feel one way, when in fact they felt and did all sorts of things, then engaged in what amounted to an extended cover-up. Lewis decided to keep a written record of what actually happened immediately after the birth of each of his three children. Maybe the funniest, most unsparing account of ordinary daily household life ever recorded. 2) Coaching Your Kids to be Leaders: The keys to unlocking their potential by Pat Williams, c. 2005, Faith Words publ.
295.DESCRIPTION: Three hardcover American history books with dj's. 1) To America: Personal reflections of an historian by Stephen E. Ambrose, Simon & Schuster publ. c. 2002 by Ambrose & Ambrose Inc. Unstated FIRST EDITION. 2) Life - Our Century in Pictures for Young People, edited by Richard B. Stolley. Stated FIRST EDITION, c. 2000 by Little, Brown and Co. Publ. 3) In Search of America by Peter Jennings and Todd Brewster, stated FIRST EDITION, c. 2002 by the America Project, LLC.
296.DESCRIPTION: The last of the culinary books: a mix of hardcover, paperback and two magazines. 1) Zagat Survey: 2006 New York City Restaurants, compliments of The Harbor Group at Smith Barney citgroup. 2) Cheese: A Global History by Andrew Dalby, c. 2009. Unstated FIRST EDITION. 3) The Taste of Tomorrow: Dispatches from the future of food by Josh Schonwald, c. 2012. Stated FIRST EDITION. 4) Chef's Story: 27 chefs talk about what got them into the kitchen, edited by Dorothy Hamilton and Patric Kuh, c. 2007. Stated FIRST EDITION. 5) James McNair's Cheese Cookbook, c. 1989. 6) Lucky Peach, issue 2 - The Sweet Spot, fall/winter 2011. 7) Lucky Peach, issue 3 - Chefs, sprint 2012. 8) More Best Recipes: The companion to The New Best Recipe, from the editors of Cook's Illustrated, c. 2009.
297.DESCRIPTION: Charles M. Russell: Printed Rarities from Private Collections by Larry Len Peterson, c. 2008. Mountain Press Publishing Co., Missoula, Montana 2008. Stated FIRST PRINTING, unstated FIRST EDITION. Softcover coffee table book in very good condition. Russell was one of those rare artists who was famous during his lifetime. Most books about Russell focus on his masterpieces, but Charles M. Russell: Printed Rarities from Private Collections examines the lesser-known but ubiquitous commercial works that made him a household name. These magazine covers, postcards, calendars, cigar boxes, ink blotters, letterheads, and artifacts are today some of the most highly sought after Russell memorabilia. From Great Northern Railway's See America First stamps to a 1904 tray advertising Heptol Splits, many of these items have not been seen since they were first produced. Charles M. Russell: Printed Rarities from Private Collections presents hundreds of these extraordinary gems in a large, full-color format, framed by the story of Russell's remarkable life.
298.DESCRIPTION: Two paperbacks reffering to points of interest. 1) Unstated FIRST EDITION, The Adirondacks by Nathan Farb, c. 1985. Rizzoli Internatinoal Publ. Stunning photographs capture the forest wilderness of New York's largest state park. 2) Montana and Idaho's Continental Divide Trail: The Official Guide, text by Lynna Howard, photography by Leland Howard, c. 2000. Published by Westcliffe Publ. Unstated FIRST EDITION.
299.DESCRIPTION: The last three of the wine and spirit books, all hardcover with dj's. 1) SIGNED and inscribed by author, Women of the Vine: Inside the world of women who make, taste, and enjoy wine by Deborah Brenner, c. 2007. Published by John Wiley & Sons. 2) Au Revoir to All That: Food, wine, and the end of France by Michael Steinberger, c. 2009, Bloomsbury publ. Stated FIRST U.S. edition 2009. 3) SIGNED and inscribed by author, stated FIRST EDITION, Absolut Book. The Absolut Vodka Advertising Story by Richard W. Lewis, c. 1996. Published in 1996 by Journey Editions.
300.DESCRIPTION: Two interesting books about history. 1) Mining in World History by Martin Lynch, c. 2002. First published in 2009 by Reaktion Books, unstated FIRST EDITION. Deals with the history of mining and smelting from the Renaissance to the present day, drawing out, in an engaging and fast-paced fashion, the interplay of personalities, politics and technology which have together shaped the metallurgical industries over the last 500 years. 2) The Building of the Panama Canal in Historic Photographs by Ulrich Keller, c. 2003, Dover Publ. In 1889 the Compagnie Universelle du Canal Interoceanique declared bankruptcy. The French firm's optimistic and ill-planned attempt to construct a canal across the Isthmus of Panama had resulted in the death of 22,000 workers (most from yellow fever, typhoid fever, and malaria); the complete loss of one and a half billion francs for the company's 800,000 shareholders; and the bitter failure of Chief Engineer Ferdinand de Lesseps - the man responsible for the Suez Canal. In 164 magnificent historic photographs and a well-researched text, noted photohistorian Ulrich Keller tells the compelling story of this hitherto unparalleled technological achievement.
301.DESCRIPTION: Art. 1) The Story of Art E.H. Gombrich, pocket edition, c. 2009. 2) Unstated FIRST EDITION, Sunkissed: Sunwear and the Hollywood Beauty 1930-1950 by Joshua James Curtis, c. 2003 by Collectors Press Inc. 3) Triumph of Realism: An exhibition of European and American Realist Paintings 1850-1910, The Brooklyn Museum 1967. 4) Noble Dreams, Wicked Pleasures: Orientalism in America, 1870-1930 by Holly Edwards, c. 2000 Princeton University Press. 5) Art in Latin America: The Modern Era, 1820-1980 by Dawn Ades, c. 1989 by the South Bank Centre and the authors.
302.DESCRIPTION: Three misc. reads, new condition. 1) How Would You Move Mount Fuji? Miscrosoft's cult of the puzzle, how the world's smartest companies select the most creative thinkers by William Poundstone, c. 2003. Stated FIRST EDITION. 2) Sarah, a novel: book one of the Canaan Trilogy by Marek Halter. Three Rivers Press, c. 2004. 3) Pledged: The Secret Life of Sororities by Alexandra Robbins, c. 2004. Stated FIRST EDITION.
303.DESCRIPTION: We saved the best for last! Unstated FIRST EDITION, Charles M. Russell: A Catalogue Raisonne', edited by B. Byron Price, forword by Anne Morand. University of Oklahoma Press in association with Charles M. Russell Center for the Study of Art of the American West (c. 2007), University of Oklahoma, C.M. Russell Museum. New condition, hardcover coffee table book with dj. Charles M. Russell is our most beloved artist of the American West. His paintings, sketches, sculpture, illustrated letters, and stories are an unequaled legacy. Lavishly illustrated with more than 200 color and black-and-white reproductions of Russell's greatest works, this beautiful volume features essays by Russell experts and scholars who address important aspects of the artist's life and career. Inside the book is a unique key code that allows purchasers to access a private online catalogue (www.russellraisonne.com) of more than 4,000 works Russell created and signed during his lifetime. Original owners of the book will have unlimited access to the site once a user name and password have been created.

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