A box of Michener books was stolen this past weekend. Volumes included: MICHENER, James. ALASKA. Random, First Edition. Hardcover. Signed. Fine FIRST EDITION SIGNED LIMITED. Number 716 of 1000. Fine in fine slipcase. MICHENER, James. CENTENNIAL. Random, 1974. First Edition. Hardcover. Signed. Fine FIRST EDITION SIGNED LIMITED. Number 266 of 500. Fine in fine slipcase. MICHENER, James. LEGACY. Random, . First Edition. Hardcover. Signed. Fine FIRST EDITION SIGNED LIMITED. Number 427 of 500. Fine in fine slipcase. MICHENER, James. LITERARY REFLECTIONS. State House Press, First Edition. Hardcover. Signed. Fine FIRST EDITION SIGNED LIMITED. First edition. Quarter morocco and cloth in cloth slipcase. Fine. One of 200 specially bound & numbered copies Signed by Michener. MICHENER, James A.. RECESSIONAL. Random, FIRST. FIRST EDITION signed limi... [more Stolen Box of Michener Books]
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Janine graduated with a BA in English and American Literature from New York University, where she also minored in Visual Arts, and later completed the Documentary Photography and Visual Journalism Program at the International Center of Photography. She is an avid photographer, reader, and concert-goer. Janine started working for the ABAA in 2010 and has been Associate Director of the Association since 2011.
This item was still reported missing as of May 29, 2019. Othello, The Moor of Venice. A Tragedy, Revised by J. P. Kemble. As Performed at the Theatres Covent Garden, New York and Boston. First American edition. Boston: Published by John West, 1807. It is a disbound, 12mo, 80 pages. This book is missing from The Brick Row Book Shop and has been missing for at least 4 months. If offered, please contact: The Brick Row Book Shop 49 Geary Street, #230 San Francisco, California 94108 (415) 398-0414 www.brickrow.com [more Missing from Bay Area: Othello]
These items were still reported missing as of May 24, 2019. 1. BLACKFORD, Charles M., Jr. Annals of the Lynchburg Home Guard. Lynchburg, VA: John W. Rohr, Elecric Power Printer and Binder, 1891. 1st ed. 185 pp. Portrait frontis., portraits. Orig. cloth. Some slight speckling to cloth, tiny corner chip to frontis., else a very good copy. As a component of the 11th Virginia Infantry, the Lynchburg Home Guard (Co. G) participated in nearly all of the major campaigns in the east with the Army of Northern Virginia. Blackford's excellent narrative includes numerous battle accounts and his reflections on the war. Dornbusch II, 1364. 2. CALDWELL, J F J. The History of a Brigade of South Carolinians, Known First as "Gregg's," and Subsequently as "McGowan's Brigade." Phila.: King & Baird, Printers, 1866. 1st ed. 247 pp. Orig. cloth. Front endpapers... [more George S. MacManus Co. reports theft of Civil War era books]