The following modern first editions have been reported missing from the Portland Oregon area as of May 20, 2018.  It is believed that these books have been offered for sale to several dealers in the U.S. and in Europe.

1. A first edition of "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest," Viking, 1962. The book has a PON on the FFE, but is otherwise about fine.
The jacket is very good, with the customary fading to the spine.

2. A first edition of "Andy Warhol," by Rainer Crone, Praeger, 1970. The book is in very good condition. It has been signed by Andy Warhol
and includes his original sketch of a Campbell's soup can. The jacket is good only, with significant wear.

3. A first edition of "The Shining," by Stephen King, Doubleday, 1977. NF/NF.

4. "Thirtyfour Parking Lots," by Ed Ruscha. 1967. VG.

5. A first American edition of "Four Quartets," by T.S. Eliot, Harcourt, 1943. One of 788 copies. PON on FPE, otherwise VG in
G+ second state jacket.

6. A first edition of "Tender Is The Night," by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Scribner's, 1934. VG, no jacket.

7. A first edition of "Homage to Catalonia," by George Orwell, Harcourt, 1952. NF/NF.

8. A signed, limited edition of "Invisible Man," by Ralph Ellison, Franklin Library, 1980. Fine.

Dealers having information about these books, or dealers who have been offered books for sale by Ainsley Powell, are urged to contact Deputy Cody Ringheim of the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office regarding Incident No. 18-014469 at (503) 557-5800, ext. 1271 or cringheim@clackamas.us.

You can also contact the collector at the phone number and email address shown below.

Robert J. Petricciani
(503) 754-6278
bobjpetro@gmail.com
 

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