1 edition of John Howell--books 1912-1984 found in the catalog.
John Howell--books 1912-1984
|Contributions||Stinehour, Christopher., John Howell Books (San Francisco, Calif.), Printed Ephemera Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||Portfolio 340, no. 7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.) :|
|LC Control Number||95158184|
The Wonderful World of Jewish Holidays
Blood and water
Practical stamp duties
ecology & conservation of Asian hornbills
Summer saturdays in the west
Tennyson and his Pre-Raphaelite illustrators
Coleman Cooper rug collection.
Industrial report by the Food Manufacturing EDC on the economic assessment to 1972.
Britain and the Netherlands.
work of justice
The Soul of Lond
Abergynolwyn Primary School, Abergynolwyn, Tywyn, Gwynedd LL36 9YP
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John Howell Books (San Francisco, Calif.). [John Howell seated in his San Francisco book shop] [graphic]: [a holiday greeting card.] UC Berkeley Libraries: creatorOf: John Howell Books (San Francisco, Calif.).
John Howell Books records, Stanford University. Department of Special Collections and University Archives: referencedIn. BOOKMAN, WARREN R. HOWELL [James D. Hart] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
A memorial printed for the friends of John Howell-Books. Minor wear, some creasing. 4 pages. self paper wrappers. 12mo. Get this from a library. Bookman Warren R.
Howell, a memorial printed for the members of the Book Club of California. [James D Hart; Book Club of California.; Arion Press.]. The buyer was Warren Howell () a rare-bookseller of San Francisco [John Howell--Books].
There were several other bidders but only one remained when the price got to the $30, level. This was the Carnegie Book Shop of New York, whose representative topped each of the Howell bids by $1, until the price of $43, was reached.
A fine memento linking these two these two up-and-coming bookmen. John Howell () established John Howell—Books in San Francisco in He would soon become the premier antiquarian bookseller on the West Coast. His son, Warren Howell ( Warren R.
Howell (–) was educated at Stanford in the early s and was associated with John Howell–Books in San Francisco for over 50 years. From until his death Warren was president of this internationally renowned antiquarian firm, founded by his father, that specialized in fine and rare books, manuscripts and works of fine.
(26 cm), pp., illustrations. items; priced. Publisher’s printed wrappers. - A selection from the library of Herbert McLean Evans (), that “Nestor of scientific bibliomania” (Jake Zeitlin). Catalogue compiled by Michael Horowitz. Dated in ink on upper cover, annotations in ink beside item ; otherwise a clean copy.
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1 - 20 Next. View results as: John Howell Books records, [ - ] John Howell Books (San Francisco, Calif.) (ca. ), business records, and subject files from John Howell Books. Online. Google Books (Full view) Check availability Special Collections Status of items at. John Howell Books (San Francisco) [Stock catalogues, numbered series: 45] Medicine: Discoveries and other works of importance from the 14th to the 20th centuries.
San Francisco, John Howell, Warren R. Howell (—) was educated at Stanford in the early s and was associated with John Howell—Books in San Francisco for over fifty years.
From until his death Warren was presi- dent of this internationally renowned antiquarian firm, founded by his father, that specialized in fine and rare books, manuscripts and. Full text of "California Historical Society quarterly [microform]" See other formats. Offered are items from Mrs. Spalding's collection.
Randall House notes that some of these books originally came from the legendary San Francisco bookseller John Howell Books, in business from Ron Randall and Pia Oliver of Randall House are veterans of that notable firm. Here are a few of the items from the Spalding collection.
6 - The Center for North American Herpetology. The Dartmouth College Library has two copies of the edition, listed and described under numbers 20 and 2I in Eames's Bibliographic Notes.
16 Neither copy is complete and both lack a provenance of interest as compared to that of the splendid edition.