New York: May 13, 1955. Variant of the print published in PORTRAITS: the Photographs of Carl Van Vechten... Read More
New York: The Viking Press, 1955. First edition. A Rare Inscribed Copy. INSCRIBED on the flyleaf: “For Ruth Cooper, Without whom nothing [underlined] would happen right! Best luck, Arthur Miller.”A fine association copy of this book, which is rarely found inscribed. Ruth Cooper worked for MCA Management, Ltd., which represented.....
New York: February 15, 1941.
Philadelphia: [Lydia R. Bailey] for Johnson and Warner, no. 147, Market Street, 1811. First authorized American edition. Drama aimed to intruct in the proper method of educating the young, written by the prolific Hannah More when she was eighteen.
London: Reprinted for the Shakespeare Society, 1842; 1841; 1842.
Bloomsbury: Nonesuch Press, 1926. Limited edition, number 1080 of 1250 sets on machine-made paper.
London: Nonesuch Press, 1924. First edition, one of 900 sets.
New York: Boni and Liveright, . First edition. Inscribed to His Father-in-Law, with a Letter Concerning Crucifixes. A presentation copy, inscribed on the front endpaper: “To the father-in-law that fate lets me see so little of that one would think we regarded each other as the bad ‘in-laws’ of the.....
[New York]: September 5, 1933. Published in PORTRAITS: the Photographs of Carl Van Vechten (1978), edited by Saul Mauriber. Fine, atmospheric portrait of the playwright.
[New York]: September 5, 1933. Fine, atmospheric portrait of the playwright.
New York: Boni and Liveright, 1924. First edition. Presentation Copy to His Mother-in-Law. A presentation copy, inscribed on the half-title six weeks after the official publication date to the mother of Agnes Boulton, O’Neill’s second wife: “To my Mother-in-law who is more like a Mother than an in-law / With.....
New York: Boni and Liveright, . First edition. Inscribed to His Sister-in-Law, With a Telegram Announcing Oona’s Birth. A presentation copy, inscribed on the front endpaper: “To Belovéd Sister-in-Law — With all my best — Gene.” The recipient was Margery Stevens, the sister of the book’s dedicatee, O’Neill’s second wife.....
New York: Boni and Liveright, . First edition, binding A with middle initial G in author's name on spine and upper cover.
New York: Boni and Liveright, 1921. First edition, later (1921) printing, binding B. Inscribed to a Boulton, O‘Neil’s In-Laws. A presentation copy, inscribed on the front endpaper: “Here is ‘The Moon’ at last! I’ve started to send it a hundred times because I’ve always remembered with gratitude that you were.....
London: Printed for T. Turner, 47, Strand, 1813.
Edinburgh: William Grant, 1869. Unrecorded. An unrecorded dramatic adaptation, or perhaps precedent, of James Payn's short story "An Aunt by Marriage," collected in 1879 volume of his short stories, High Spirits. We find record of the play being produced in London in 1876, but no record of this Edinburgh (or...
London: Printed for Private Circulation, 1875. First edition. Large Paper.
Boston: F.A. Searle, 1868? FOUL PLAY INDEED!!
New York: Metropolitan Publishing Company, 1895. Library Edition.
Philadelphia: Published by John Conrad & Co. No. 30 Chesnut Street[John Bioren, Printer], 1802. First American Edition, from the Sixth British Edition.
London: Printed for S. Highley, (successor to the late Mr. John Murray), 1803.
London: 96 Gloucester Place, Portman Square, Oct 1876. Reading in part: "...already sketched out a new plot for the 'Headless' (The Headless Man) which we must decide on at once if you are pledged to three weeks..."
Boston: Printed [by Joseph Bumstead] for Wm. P. and L. Blake, at the Boston book-store, Cornhill, 1797. First edition with Mrs. Rowson contribution. Libretto only. The music was composed by William Shield. Cf. Grove’s dictionary of music and musicians, 3rd ed. Bumstead’s monogram device appears on p. 68. "The following.....
London: vd. 1. George Colman and David Garrick The Clandestine Marriage: A Comedy as it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. A New EditionLondon: Printed for T. Becket, in Pall Mall. 17852. [Burgoyne, John]. The Heiress: A Comedy in Five Acts: As Performed at the Theatre-Royal Drury LaneFifth...
New York: Atheneum, . Book Club edition. INSCRIBED BY DUSTIN HOFFMAN. INSCRIBED by the play's star, Dustin Hoffman, to agent Mark Fleischman, with a reference to Schisgal's play LUV: “I am grateful (truly) / Luv, / Dustin / Thank you, Mark / (9-1-69).Hoffman, after years of struggle, had just burst...
Sleaford, [Lincolnshire]: Thornill, Printer, April 11th, 1828.