Friends of the Library Book Sale Oct. 24-28

The fall Friends of the Library Book Sale (October 24 to 28) features 500,000 items in 64 categories. Books, manga, CDs, art, records, comic books, DVDs and more. Shop at the Bookhouse, 430 B North Main Street.
Saturday, Oct 24: 9 AM - 6 PM
Sunday, Oct 25: Noon-6 PM
Monday, Oct 26: Noon-6 PM
Tuesday, Oct 27: Noon-6 PM
 1/2 price day
Wednesday, Oct 28: Noon-6 PM 10-cent day

Check out the Collector’s Corner stocked with first edition books, signed copies, collectibles and rare books for purchase at fair prices. It is located in a separate area at the sale and is open Saturday through Tuesday only. Use this partial list to start your shopping list.

The Quilts of Gee’s Bend, 2002
Georgia O’Keefe, One Hundred Flowers1987
Georgia O’Keefe, Selections from One Hundred Flowers in the West and the New York Years1st edition, 2001
Starstruck, Vintage Movie Posters from Classic Hollywood, 1st edition; 2010
Cabinet of Natural Curiosities, by Albertus Seba; 2001
Robert Fawcelt, The Illustrator’s Illustrator, by David Apatoff, 1st edition, signed
The Dali Museum Collection, Oil Paintings Objects and Works on Pater, new
And I Still See Their Faces – Images of Polish Jews, published by Fundacja Shalom; 1996
Lennon legend: An Illustrated Life of John Lennon, 2003 with CD
The Beatles Anthology, by the Beatles, new

The Romance of the Ten Thousand Islands, by A. E. Philips (Edwin Alberton), includes blue sales brochure; 1909
The Art and Science of William Bartram, by Judith Magee;

The Birdlife of Florida, by Henry Stevenson and Bruce Anderson, 1st printing; 1994
The Life and Work of Dr. A. A. Murphree, by Orland Kay Armstrong, printed and published by the author; 1928
The Story of Fort Myers, by Karl H. Grismer; 1949
Unearthing Pensacola, by Judith Bense; 2006-2007
Artifacts of the Spanish Colonies of Florida and the Caribbean 1500-1800 – Volume I: Ceramics, Glassware, and Beads, by Kathleen Deagan, paperback; 1987
Picturing Florida – From the First Coast to the Space Coast, by Kahren Jones Arbitman and Susan M. Gallo; 2008

The Lord of the Rings, special slip-case edition; A 1987
On the Verge, short stories by Maurice Sandoz with Illustrations by Salvador Dali; 1950
Tigers in the Snow, by Peter Matthiessen, 1st edition, signed; 2000
The Crossroads, by John D. MacDonald, 1st hardcover edition,1959
Maisie Dobbs, by Jacqueline Winspear, 1st edition, signed; 2003
T. S.  Eliot Essay of Introduction to: London: A Poem and the Vanity of Human Wishes, by Samuel Johnson, limited edition, includes a tipped-in signed letter by Eliot
Trump: The Art of the Deal, by Donald J. Trump with Tony Schwartz, signed; 1987.

Memoirs of “Stonewall” Jackson, by his widow, Mary Anna Jackson; 1895

Tip Top at the Zoo, pop-up; 1961

4 World War I Posters

Genealogy and Regional History: 
A large selection of Genealogy and Regional History with an emphasis on Southern and Northeast Regional.

A nice selection of leather bound classics from Easton Press and Franklin Library

As usual, an extensive collection of the Civil War, and World Wars I & II









6 Scott International Albums
with over 12,130 stamps will be sold as a set beginning Sunday.

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Posted by NickieK on October 26, 2015