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 [more Missing from Bay Area: Othello]

This is the famous "revolutionary" photo by C. Ruf taken in Zurich in 1918.  This image was included in a printed subscription order form for Ulysses, published Paris, 1921, and is thus public domain in the United States by virtue of age of publication.  There are several original gravures of it in special collections at Cornell, Yale, University of Buffalo.  It is believed that the only signed one is at Yale. If you have any information regarding this item, please contact HQ immediately. [more Missing Signed Joyce Photograph]

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 and title page professionally restored, else a very good copy. HOWES C-22. "The best unit history from the Palmetto State; the author describes all of the brigade's many engagements and adds enough personal material to make the account both personal and human in scope." Nevins I, p. 66. Originally issued in printed wrappers, most copies were never distributed. Around 1900 Lowdermilk's Bookstore in Washington bought the remainder, removed the original wrappers, and bound the copies in cloth. This copy has a lengthy inscription signed by the author in initials on the front free endpaper: "This narrative was put into the hands of the printer in... [more George S. MacManus Co. reports theft of Civil War era books]