Boston: Little, Brown and Co., November 1925. Limited edition. Hardcover. Orange decorated cloth. 234pp This is copy #420 of 750 total copies printed. Color and black and white illustrations. Gutters weak. There are three small gouges to front cover. One of the gouges has come through cover and has indented...
Winchester Press, 1976. First edition. Hardcover. 246pp. Fully illustrated, indexed, carefully researched. A nice copy in dust jacket. Some faint "foxing" at bottom front and rear endpapers. Jacket has a few tears and light chipping at edges. Sunning to jacket spine. In a brodart protective wrapper.
San Francisco: Chinese Nationalist Daily, 1944. Hardcover. Quarto. Some toning to yellow boards. 150pp. Many photographs. English text. Inscription of previous owner. Documents the trip of Madame Chiang Kai-shek to the United States and Canada in 1943. During WWII, Madame Chiang travelled around the world to promote the Chinese cause.
London: Methuen and Co. Ltd, 1925. First edition. Hardcover. Nice copy in dust jacket. Eight illustrations in color and sixteen other illustrations in black and white. Some toning and chipping to jacket. Gift inscription of former owner on front endpaper. Jacket protected in a brodart protective wrapper.
Atheneum, 1979. First edition. Paperback. Inscribed, signed and dated with a long inscription as well as signed on title page by poet, Philip Levine. Sunned at top corner of spine. There are some occassional pencil notes from previous owner in margins. Poet Laureate of the United States for 2011–2012.
Meadows Museum, Smu, 2008-01. Hardcover. Quarto. 359pp. Exhibition catalogue Jan. 25 - May 17, 2009. A fine copy in simiar dust jacket. In a mylar protective wrapper. The Etruscan's were legendary in the ancient world for their wealth, their religiosity, and the extraordinary sovereignty of their women.