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1 Deborah Moses or Pen Pictures of Colonial Life in New England by Wellington, AndrewWellington, Andrew The Good Will Publishing Company 1915 Hardcover

Fair 

One-of-a-Kind Association Copy, signed & inscribed "with love to Hayes from Helen Weed Lobdell (daughter of author)" in pencil on FFEP, both hinges cracking, daughter has also penciled in author's full name: Truman Andrew Wellington Weed, minor wear to edges and corners 550 p. blue cloth over boards, gold gilt lettering on spine and cover 
Price: 85.00 USD

 
2 How High is Up; Modern Law for Modern Man [By] David Loth & Morris L. ErnstLoth, David Goldsmith Indianapolis Bobbs-Merrill B002B9OKKO Hardcover

Good 

B002B9OKKO Signed by Justice William O. Douglas with Library Bookplate bearing his name~Good. No DJ. Hardcover. Ex-Library. Academic library markings/stamps; light to moderate shelf wear; satisfaction guaranteed. 
Price: 14.00 USD

 
 
3 Le Rime Di Francesco Petrarca di su gli Originali, Commentate da Giosue Carducci e Severino Ferrari Nuova TiraturaPetrarca, Francesco G. C. Sansoni Editore Firenze 1949 Hardcover

Fair 

~Fair. No DJ. Hardcover. Text in Italian. Moderate to heavy shelf wear to boards; satisfaction guaranteed. 3/4 teal green faux-snakeskin(?) covers, plant samples taped inside front cover Association copy: This book is from the collection of Elizabeth Story Donno and Daniel J. Donno. Elizabeth Donno was an esteemed Renaissance scholar and alumna of Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington, class of 1944. She received an honorary Doctor of Letters degree from Whitman in 1979. In the summer of 2009 her collection was donated to the Penrose Memorial Library at Whitman and we are slowly making it available for purchase. Proceeds from the sale of Donno's library benefit the Penrose Memorial Library, the local Walla Walla economy, and Earthlight Books, across the street from Whitman. If you are interested in more of her library please contact us directly. 
Price: 38.00 USD

 
4 Living Law of Democratic Society.; Unknown 1949 B001NV9MSG 

Good 

B001NV9MSG ~Good. No DJ. Ex-Library. Hardcover. Academic library markings/stamps; light to moderate shelf wear; satisfaction guaranteed. Whitman College Presentation Bookplate inside front cover with William O. Douglas' name stamped on it. Signed in Douglas' elegant hand on FFEP. William Orville Douglas (October 16, 1898 ? January 19, 1980) was an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court. With a term lasting 36 years and 209 days, he is the longest-serving justice in the history of the Supreme Court. In 1975, a Time article called Douglas "the most doctrinaire and committed civil libertarian ever to sit on the court."[3] During that time, he also established the records for the most opinions written, the most dissents written, the most speeches given, and the most books authored by any member of the Supreme Court. None of his successors has surpassed these records. 
Price: 29.00 USD

 
 
5 Political PhilosophiesMaxey, Chester C. The Macmillan Company 1938 Hardcover

Good 

~Good. No DJ. Ex-Library. Hardcover. Academic library markings/stamps; light to moderate shelf wear; satisfaction guaranteed. Signed by author.? 
Price: 142.50 USD

 
6 Sketches And Studies In Italy And GreeceSymonds, J.A. Charles Scribner 1900 Hardcover

Good 

~Good. No DJ. Light to moderate shelf wear to boards; satisfaction guaranteed. Published in 1900. Two volumes by Scribners, the other by John Murray. In 3 volumes. Association copy: This book is from the collection of Elizabeth Story Donno and Daniel J. Donno. Elizabeth Donno was an esteemed Renaissance scholar and alumna of Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington, class of 1944. She received an honorary Doctor of Letters degree from Whitman in 1979. In the summer of 2009 her collection was donated to the Penrose Memorial Library at Whitman and we are slowly making it available for purchase. Proceeds from the sale of Donno's library benefit the Penrose Memorial Library, the local Walla Walla economy, and Earthlight Books, across the street from Whitman. If you are interested in more of her library please contact us directly. 
Price: 475.00 USD

 
 
7 The Hallelujah Trail.Gulick, Bill Doubleday & Company, Inc. B000ZGK0S6 Hardcover

Very Good 

B000ZGK0S6 Signed and inscribed by author Bill Gulick to Mike Floyd on 1/2 title page. Association copy, signed by Mike Floyd on her bookplate inside front cover. Mrs. L.C. "Mike" Floyd was one of the founders of the Dayton Museum in Dayton, Washington, outside Walla Walla. ~Very Good. VG DJ under mylar. White stain on FFEP. Hardcover. Light shelf wear to boards/DJ; satisfaction guaranteed. 
Price: 226.50 USD

 
8 The Mask Of Jove: A History Of Graeco-Roman Civilization From The Death Of Alexander To The Death Of ConstantineBarr, Stringfellow J.B. Lippincott 1966 Hardcover

Good 

~Good. No DJ. Ex-Library. Hardcover. Academic library markings/stamps; light to moderate shelf wear; satisfaction guaranteed.?Douglas's copy. 
Price: 19.00 USD

 
 
9 The Paradoxes of the American PresidencyCronin, Thomas E.; Genovese, Michael A. Oxford University Press 1998 0195116925 / 9780195116922 Hardcover

Very Good 

0195116925 Very good in very good dust jacket. Signed by author. signed by Cronin to Deal on FFEP, clean text, tight binding, one-of-a-kind! Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 448 p. Audience: General/trade. Tom Cronin was the most recent president of Whitman College in Walla Walla and is a noted political scientist and educator. Prior to overseeing Whitman College he taught at Colorado College (1979-1983), Princeton University (1985-1986), and The University of North Carolina (1967-1970). In 2005, he returned to Colorado College to teach and to write. An authority on the expanding power of the American Presidency in the 20th Century, he was well-known at Whitman College for his ability to remember the names of the majority of students and for bringing cookies to students studying in the college library. We have a sizable chunk of his personal library if anyone is interested in other books from his collection or books signed to him by the authors. David Deal, 62, Whitman College professor, friend, and colleague, died October 15 at his home in Walla Walla. He had been undergoing treatment for cancer. David was a remarkable colleague and a great and wise mentor to everyone who studied with him, worked with him, or knew him, said President Tom Cronin. Few people contributed more to the strengthening of Whitman College in recent decades than did Dave Deal. Deal joined the Whitman faculty in 1969. A Wenatchee native, he earned a bachelor s degree at Whitworth College in Spokane and his Ph.D. in history at the University of Washington. He also attended Allahabad University in India and received a certificate from the Tokyo School of Japanese Language. He was a visiting scholar at Stanford University and a research associate at Harvard University. Deal, who specialized in modern Chinese history, was instrumental in establishing the Whitman in China Exchange program, which he oversaw for nearly 20 years, and he founded the Asian studies major at Whitman. He served the College in many ways including as a division chair and chair of the faculty. He was dean of the faculty from 1989 to 1996. He wrote and lectured extensively, publishing more than 20 articles. Two books are pending 
Price: 22.50 USD

 
10 THE TRAIL OF THE JACKAL; MANOR BOOKS B003CGOVIG MASS MARKET PAPERBACK

Very Good 

B003CGOVIG Clean text, tight binding, light wear to exterior, 23261 code on cover, Association copy: signed and inscribed to Bill & Jeanne Gulick by author's wife(?) and with a bookplate inside the front cover signed by the author. Bill Gulick s writing career, spanning more than six decades, is truly remarkable. He has written twenty-seven novels, eight nonfiction books and several plays. He was a regular contributor to The Saturday Evening Post and other national magazines. His stories have become major motion pictures starring screen legends Burt Lancaster and Jimmy Stewart. A list of his literary friends reads like a Who's Who of Western Writing Elmer Kelton, A. B. Guthrie, Max Evans, Don Coldsmith, Norman Fox, Tommy Thompson, William McCleod Raine, Nelson Nye and his mentor, Walter Stanley Vestal Campbell. Gulick is considered one of the foremost authorities on Pacific Northwest history. Gulick, a University of Oklahoma graduate, began his career writing for the Saturday Evening Post with a story about the Oregon Trail. He later went on to turn the story into the novel, Hallelujah Trail. The story was picked up by Hollywood along with two more of his stories, Bend of the River and Road to Denver. After nine months in Greenwich Village ( 43-44), he married Jeanne Abbot and began writing for Liberty, Colliers, and Esquire along with The Saturday Evening Post. It was shortly after the success of Bend of the River that Jeanne and Bill moved to Walla Walla, WA, where Bill still lives, though Jeanne passed on in 2001. After 64 years as a writer, Bill has 35 books to his credit; 28 of which are novels. Almost the entirety of his work encompasses the Northwest. He is a close friend of my father, David Cosby, owner of Earthlight Books in Walla Walla. We have inherited a large amount of his personal library and are making it available online, including books signed by and to Mr. Gulick. 
Price: 13.00 USD

 
 
11 The wasted Americans;: Cost of our welfare dilemmaMay, Edgar Harper & Row B0006AYW80 Hardcover

Good 

B0006AYW80 ~Good. No DJ. Ex-Library. Hardcover. Academic library markings/stamps; light to moderate shelf wear; satisfaction guaranteed.  Douglas's copy. 
Price: 9.00 USD

 
12 Wholly Human: Western and Eastern Visions of the Self and Its PerfectionClaxton, Guy Law Book Co of Australasia 1981 0710090048 / 9780710090041 PAPERBACK

Good 

0710090048 Good. No dust jacket as issued. Signed by author. Association Copy: signed to Deborah Winter by Swami Ageha on 1/2 title page, Winter's underlining and notes, tight binding, one-of-a-kind! 211 pages Proceeds from the sale of this book benefit the Penrose Memorial Library at Whitman College. Deborah Du Nann Winter came to Whitman College in 1974, fresh from graduate school at the University of New Hampshire. Having grown up in LA, she was glad to return to the West, and discover the Brigadoon of the 1950s, Walla Walla, where time seems to stand still. She teaches Social Psych, Counseling Psych, Historical and Contemporary Issues, Peace Psychology, and like everyone in the department, the Principles course. We have more of her library available. Proceeds from the sale of this book benefit Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington and Earthlight Books, right across the street. Thanks for your business! 
Price: 55.00 USD

 


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