Translated by Haydee Noya.
N.P. Zamorano Club, 1953. tall narrow 4to. stiff paper wrappers with loose green printed paper cover, cord tied. (16) pages. Translated by Haydee Noya. Edition limited to 75 copies. Re-printed for private distribution to members of the Zamorano Club in honor of the ninety-first birthday of Henry R. Wagner who also wrote the introduction. This is a translation, done by Haydee Noya from the Henry E. Huntington Library, of the first piece of original poetry... READ MORE
Fine Press Books
Translated by Haydee Noya.
Anchorage, AK: Karen Stahlecker, 1993. oblong miniature book (5.0 x 7.6 cm). paper-covered boards, Japanese bound. unpaginated. Limited to 10 copies (Bradbury, Karen Stahlecker 1). "Gathered from the land to celebrate and preserve a bit of the brief, fertile Alaska summer for the long dormant season to come." A collection of handmade papers with list of papers included. READ MORE
(New York): Jonathan David, (1963). miniature book (3.8 x 2.6 cm). stiff paper wrappers, title gilt-stamped on front wrapper. unpaginated. Text in English and Hebrew (Bradbury, Jonathan David 2). Illustrations of the letters of the Hebrew alphabet with English transliteration. READ MORE
Leipzig: Gesellschaft der Freunde der deutschen Bücherei/Poeschel & Trepte, 1921. large 8vo. later cloth spine with orignal marbled paper-covered boards, paper cover label. (vi), 169, (3) pages. Limited to 350 numbered copies. Festschrift presented by the Society of the Friends of the German Library to Dr. Georg Minde-Pouet, director of the Deutsche Bücherei (Ger. Lib.) in Leipzig (Rodenberg, p.272). With a portrait sketch of Dr. Minde-Pouet by Walter Tiemann, introduction, and eleven articles, including a.... READ MORE
Chicago: Black Cat Press, 1962. miniature book (4.8 x 6.5 cm). leather, title gilt-stamped on spine, decoration gilt-stamped on front board, gilt edges. 46, (2) pages. Limited to 400 copies, only 100 bound, this being one of the bound copies. (Bradbury, Black Cat Press 15). Translated from The Arabian Nights. Foreword by Lloyd Emerson Siberell. Decorated by Calvin Brazelton. Small label of private collector in corner of back pastedown. READ MORE
Toronto: University of Toronto, 1988. 4to. paper wrappers, stapled. (i), 17+(1) pages. Introduction by Marilyn Rueter. Exhibition catalogue and complete bibliography of books and broadsides produced at the Aliquando Press, shown at the University of Toronto. READ MORE
New York: The Profile Press, n.d. (circa 1946). 8vo. stiff paper wrappers with a hand-made paper dust jacket that includes a cameo cut-out revealing a two-color press logo. not paginated. Printed on two kinds of paper. Includes for each month a calendar, reproductions of famous works of art, and quotes from famous writers. READ MORE
Vernon, BC, Canada: Greenboathouse Press, 2010. 12mo. stiff paper wrappers. 75, (5) pages. Limited to 115 copies, 100 numbered; this copy is thus. The letterforms of Felice Feliciano, circa 1460, as redrawn by Jason Dewinetz. Foreword by Paul F. Gehl of the Newberry Library. Afterword by Dewinetz. With bibliography of works about Feliciano. Wrapper and endsheets made by Reg Lissel of Vancouver, British Columbia. Letters beautifully hand-colored. Prospectus loosely inserted (with one hand-colored letter). READ MORE
N.P. The Ampersand Club, 1965. 8vo. paper wrappers. (16) pages. Limited to 460 copies printed by Emerson Wulling at his Sumac Press. With a full-page reproduction of the title page of FRIENDS, ROMANS, a Christopher Morley story published by this club. With information on Morley, an honorary member of the club. READ MORE
San Francisco, CA: John Henry Nash, 1929. 4to. stiff paper wrappers, bottom edge uncut. 5+(1) pages. O'Day 70. Announcement and prospectus of the publication of Catherine Coffin Phillips, Cornelius Cole: California Pioneer and United States Senator. Sample of four pages of text, and order form, laid in. READ MORE
Tujunga (Los Angeles): (William M. Cheney), 1951. miniature book (7.7 x 5.0 cm). stiff paper wrappers, label on front wrapper. xii, 13+(1) pages. (Bradbury, William M. Cheney 5). Introduction from the printer to the reader. Table of contents. READ MORE
Middletown, CT: Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, (1960). 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. unpaginated. Introductory comments by Russell T. Limbach. A study of the laboratory's privately printed publications since 1943. Black and white illustrations. READ MORE
(New York: Center for Book Arts, 2008). large 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. 32 pages. Organized by Omar Lopez-Chahoud, Independent Curator, and held in New York from July 9 to September 13, 2008, this exhibition examines art publications produced by artists and collaboratives. The publications selected for the exhibitions each embody a spirit of collaboration and experimentation and a DIY ethos. Independent publication allows artists to bypass the gallery system, and to make art cheaply and... READ MORE