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New York: Grove Press, 1969. Original souvenir program for the stage production at the Eden Theatre in 1969. Numerous photographs of the cast. Very good, covers a bit creased.
[London]: Sunday Promotions (1972). A very good copy of this promotional booklet for the Rolling Stones' 1972 "Exile on Main Street" Tour. Oblong quarto, eight high-quality black-and-white photos, black and white card stapled covers. Light edge wear, but a very nice copy.
New York: Drug Advisory Committee (November 1, 1934). A quite rare broadside issued by the notorious Drug Advisory Committee, which became entangled with the issue of Mexican immigration in the 1930's: "Marihuana, perhaps now the most insidious of our narcotics, is a direct by-product of unrestricted Mexican immigration. Easily grown, it has been asserted that it has recently been planted between rows in a California penitentiary garden. Mexican peddlers have been caught distributing sample marihuana cigarets to school children. Bills for our quota against Mexico have been blocked mysteriously in every Congress since the 1924 Quota Act. Our nation has more than enough laborers..." (New York Times, Sept 15, 1935, section IV, p 9.) The first commissioner of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, Harry J. Anslinger, led a vigorous anti-pot campaign in the 1930s, which led to the Marijuana Tax Act of 1937, effectively criminalizing the use of marijuana. This is an original poster, not a reprint and is in very good condition with light wear. (14" x 11"). Such ephemera is quite rare- we find no record of any sales of this particular poster.
London: George Allen (1908). First edition of these memoirs. Very good in blue/green cloth, photographic frontispiece.
London: George Allen (1913). A very good in lightly worn navy boards.The first edition appeared in 1898.
London: George Allen (1921). The uncommon "complete edition". Very good in green buckram boards.
Fag Rag Books, Boston, 1989. Gay history with an introduction by Charles Shively. Near fine in wrappers.
San Francisco: Perineum (1983). A near fien copy in wrappers, inscribed by Steward to his friend Doug Martin.
San Francisco: Perineum (1984). A near fine copy in wrappers, inscribed by the author on endpaper.
San Francisco: Perineum (1982). A very good copy in original wrappers, inscribed by the author.
San Francisco: Perineum (1984). A very good copy in wrappers, inscribed by the author on endpaper. In addition, there is a correction in Steward's hand.
San Francisco: Perineum (1984). A near fine copy, inscribed by the author to his longtime friend Doug Martin.
London : Vicky Richardson, 2003. Title from label on outside of box. Limited edition of 100 boxes. Consists of a hinged beech wooden box, the interior divided into eight, with objects by type in the partitions. All relate to materials or objects found at or used on the renovation of a house at Dungeness by Simon Conder Associates. Very good condition.
London: Cassell (1933). Uncommon and influential novel that traces several generations of a family’s life on land in nineteenth-century Ohio. Bromfield traces the interactions between the MacDougals, their neighbours, the nearby town, and the land itself. Very good, rebound in 3/4 leather by Sangorski and Sutcliffe. Inscribed by the author to the socialite Audrey Pleydell Bouverie on endpaper. Bookplate of of Bouverie by Rex Whistler on front endpaper.