THE ITALIAN PUBLISHERS AT THE NEW YORK BOOK EXHIBITION.
First edition. A catalogue of the exhibition of Italian publishers at the Casa di Cultura Italiana at Columbia University in 1928. Includes a brief history of each publisher; with a preface by Antonio Vallardi, head of one of the oldest Italian publishing houses. Paper watermarked "Associazione Editoriale Libraria Italiana Milano." Text in English and Italian. Wrappers discolored. Some pages unopened.
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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA AND THE PACIFIC...
by Cowan, Robert Ernest
First edition. Does not include a small supplement published in 1964. Besterman 1085. Extensive bibliography devoted entirely to California, covering 5,000 books. Topics include, discovery, exploration, colonization and evangelization, government, unusual features and more. Ex library copy with markings including the library name perforated on the title page.