Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1960. Later printing. INSCRIBED, "For J.B. Williams, with best regards, Bob Jones." According to... Read More about Golf Is My Game
London: Henry Graves, 1894. Read More about A Difficult Bunker
New York: Doubleday, Page, 1905. First edition. Read More about John Henry Smith
New York: Charles Scribner's Son, 1936. Aldin, Cecil. First American edition from English sheets. Read More about Hunting Scenes. Forty Sketches of Hunting Scenes and Countries, selected and arranged by......
London: A. & C. Black, 1926. First edition. Read More about Better Golf. Introduction by George W. Greenwood
St. Louis: Allied Printing, 1939. Celebarting Baseball's Centennial. Read More about Broadside: The Sporting News . The Baseball Paper of the World---Schedule of the American,...
Worcestershire: Grant Books, 1990. First edition, Number 516 of 1125 copies, signed by both authors. Inscribed to Janet Seagle Librarian and Curator at Golf House, "To Janet, Remembering your visit to our house during the 1992 Curtis Cup at Holylake. Best wishes, John." Read More about Golf at Holylake. A Royal Liverpool Golf Club Anthology
London and Tunbridge Wells: The Photochrom Co. Ltd, . "(No. 3. First Series)" No. 3 in a series illustrating the technique of pros Hagen, Havers, Sarazen, and Wethered-- "In these pictures the ultra-rapid camera has solved the riddle of golf as the champions play it" Read More about [Cover title:] The World's Champion Golfers: Their Art Disclosed by the Ultra-Rapid Camera....
New York: E.P. Dutton & Co, . First Edition. Read More about A History of Golf. The Royal and Ancient Game
Edinburgh: Privately Published, 1985. First edition, no. 213 of 400 copies, signed by Johnston. Compendium of Clapcott’s papers, introduced by Alastair F. Johnston, with his commentary and observations. Clapcott’s researches on the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers, and his commentary on The Goff, are substantial and original works of lasting..... Read More about The Clapcott Papers. Edited by Alastair J. Johnston
New York: The New Yorker, 1963? Read More about 6 Original drawing finished pen and ink drawing with Satyr chasing Naked woman and golfer...
London: Constable, 1938. First edition. One of a series, "Aspects of Book-Collecting", this work contains chapters on early references to golf, bilbiographies (none of any consequence had yet appeared), poetry, and various categories of golfing books: Rules, Instruction, Histories, Annuals, Fiction, etc., plus a section on Americana. The book was... Read More about Collecting Golf Books 1743-1938. [At head of title:] Aspects of Book Collecting
New York: The Rutledge Press, . First edition, second printing. PRESENTATION BINDING. Given by USGA to members of the Rules Committee. Dr. Silver was a Member of the Rules Committee. This is a major book in its most desirable incarnation. Read More about The Golf Course. Foreword by Robert Trent Jones
Endicott, NY: Castalio Press, 1987. First Edition. Read More about The Game of Golf and The Printed Word 1566-1985. A Bibliography of Golf Literature in the English...
Boston: Small, Maynard & Company, 1898. First edition. First Book. Chapter "On Golf" pp. 249-254. Read More about Mr. Dooley in Peace and in War
[Westfield, N.J.]: Echo Lake Country Club, . Read More about Ninety Years in the Forefront of New Jersey Golf. Echo Lake Country Club
Greensboro, North Carolina: Airlie Hall Press, 1996. First edition. With ALS to Janet Seagle from the author asking for her thoughts on the book, and advicing of misspelling on cover. Read More about Views and Reviews: Golf Clubs in the Trade Press. Foreword by Charles A. Dufner
London: Henry Graves, 1894. Read More about Print: "A Difficult Bunker" A Handsome hand colored Restrike Print depicting a Golfer...
New York: Doubleday, Page, 1905. Frost, A.B. First edition. Read More about John Henry Smith. A Humourous Romance of Outdoor Life
1921. Amusing Golfing Drawing. Read More about "Fore!"
Original Golfing Cartoon Presented to Photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt. The pipe-smoking artist is shown in caricature, adressing the ball, while an athletic figure labeled “Alfred” snaps him from afar. Read More about Original cartoon of golfer being photographed, signed and inscribed “To Alfred Eisenstaedt from...
n.p: 1939. Golf Cartoon Original by Nate Collier. Optimism doesn't necessarily pay. Collier, a talented illustrator, did the pictures for Charlie Gaal's Your Golf, 1949. Read More about ”Golf Bugs: 'Twas Ever Thus” Original of a four-panel cartoon, india ink on light card,...
n.p: Ca. 1939. Golf Cartoon Original by Nate Collier. Nervousness spoils a competitor's aim. Collier, a talented illustrator, did the pictures for Charlie Gaal's Your Golf, 1949. Read More about ”Golf Bugs: Nervous Man Not Sinking Winning Putt” Original of an eight-panel cartoon,...
n.p: Ca. 1939. Golf Cartoon Original by Nate Collier. One hole does not a champion make. Collier, a talented illustrator, did the pictures for Charlie Gaal's Your Golf, 1949. Read More about ”Golf Bugs: The Lone Eagle” Original of an six-panel cartoon, india ink on light card, signed...
n.p: 1939. Golf Cartoon Original by Nate Collier. A slight disagreement over the score. Collier, a talented illustrator, did the pictures for Charlie Gaal's Your Golf, 1949. Read More about “Golf Bugs: The Score” Original of a two-panel cartoon, india ink on light card, signed and...
n.p: Ca. 1939. Golf Cartoon Original by Nate Collier. One-upmanship on the links. Collier, a talented illustrator, did the pictures for Charlie Gaal's Your Golf, 1949. Read More about ”Golf Bugs: You Can't Win” Original of a five-panel cartoon, india ink on light card, signed...