New York: General Program Corp. Annual for the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, season 1945-49. Paperback, 4to. in wraps by Dorthea Tanning. Unpaginated, with ads and illustrations throughout. Good. contents loose in wraps. Edgewear, creasing to wraps. Contents toned at extremities, but remain complete, clean, and unmarked.
Paris: Fernand Nathan, No date (ca. 1965). Hardbound, illustrated, unpaginated, clean unmarked text, Near Fine copy, light rubbing to the tips, minor wear to the endpapers. Text in French.
Chicago: Field Columbian Museum / Field Museum of Natural History, Volume seven in four parts (published 1904-1912), all bound into one volume. Bound in green library buckram, 212 pp. + plates, heavily illustrated, Very Good+ ex-library copy with usual library marks (bookplate, stamps, etc.), closed tear to front flyleaf, minor...
New York: Devin-Adair, Blue cloth hard back with nicely illustrated jacket. Jacket is VG, with some edgewear and wear to spine ends. Light browning to heel of rear of jacket. Pages clean with text unmarked. With instructional photos. 286 pp. Quarto.
La Crosse, WI: The Light, 96 pp. Softcover. A good+ copy in illustrated wraps. Some tearing of edges of wraps. Tearing is also present on outside of title page, but does not affect other pages or text. Discoloration, creasing and rubbing is also present on wraps. Contents of book are...
New York: Universal Art Inc, Annual periodical for the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo for the 1942-1943 American Tour. Paperback, 4to. in wraps by Boris Aronson. Unpaginated, with ads and illustrations. Very good. Earring to upper right corner of front wrap, soil to wraps and title page. Internally unmarked. Housed...
New York: Mitchell Kennerley, 1929, First Edition. Hardcover. 24 b&w photos of Duncan by Genthe. FAIR copy only. Binding is shaken and cracked; tearing to spine cloth and it is mostly detached; previous owner's gift inscription on the front blank. No dust jacket. However, the contents and photos of Duncan...
Brooklyn, NY: Lukas Geronimas, First Edition. c.2009. 1/200 copies. Softcover. 8vo. Unpaginated. Illus. Small scratch on front wraps else Fine. Contents unmarked.
London: Frederick Warne, 1971, Edition not stated. Hardcover in Near Fine condition. The dust jacket is in Very Good condition, with light shelf wear. Else a clean, tight and sharp copy.
London and NY: A. & C. Black / The MacMillan Co., First fourteen issues of this annual anthology and review, published 1947 - 1960, with the first six bearing the Black imprint and numbers 7-14 published by MacMillan. Quarto, cloth, with the first five volumes lacking dust jackets, numbers 6-14...
New York: Weatherhill, First edition, 2001. Cloth hardcover in dust jacket, 160 pp., illustrated, clean unmarked text, Fine copy in Near Fine dust jacket, dust jacket with minor rubbing or creasing to the tips and edges.
New York: Dance Observer, 1937, First Edition, 170 pp. Hardcover, gray cloth, red titles, 8vo. Illustrated. Good copy: covers stained; occasional staining to contents; inner gutters starting.
New York: Kamin Dance Publishers, 1960 Softcover, in Good condition, with moderate shelf wear and handling soil, as well as sunning, to the covers. There is an owner signature and stamp to the front free end paper, and the interior pages are starting to lightly tan. 136 pp.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton Book Company, Reprint, 1987, paperback, octavo, 189pp., sparsely illustrated in b&w. Book near fine with handsome wrap and tight binding, text clean bright and unmarked, but small stain to bottom edge of text block. No DJ.
San Francisco/New York: The American Society for Eastern Arts/Theatre Arts Books, First edition, 1970. Oblong 8vo, paperback, 115 pp. Illustrated in b & w and monochrome. Book is Near Fine, pages are clean and unmarked. Mild creasing to spine and to front cover. This well-designed book was prepared for the...
Pittsburgh: Volkwein Bros., Inc., Softcover. c.1979. 4to. 128pp. Very Good. Light general shelfwear, small ding along top front edge of wraps, very mild soil to wraps. Scarce!
Wausau, WI. 221 pp., illustrated. Fine copy in maroon cloth; Dust jacket also fine. All contents as new; clean, bright and unmarked.
Published 1946 (no date, but research indicates that's when this particular performance started), quarto, pictorial color wraps, 16 pp, illustrated, very good. Born to an African-American father and French Canadian mother, Dunham revolutionized dance in America by incorporation folk and African-American themes in her dance. V.