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Publisher: Pasadena, Shakespeare Club, 
Edition: [First Edition]
153 pp., plus 10 pages of advertising pages for local businesses followed by a 6 page index; 8vo [9" x 6"]; green cloth; black & white photo of the Club House. Light fading, soil and cover wear. Former owner's signature (E. D. Mead) in pencil on front endpaper dated 1935.Compiled by the Ways & Means Committee of the Shakespeare Club, Pasadena, California. With a playbill laid in for The Shakespeare Club presentation of "As You Like It", May 14th, ... View more info
By: Jeffs, Julian.
Publisher: London, Faber, 1970,1971
Edition: Second Edition & First edition.
8vo; cloth in white dust jackets. View more info
Publisher: no place, J. Walter Thompson Co., 1952
[I], title; 1-40; S1- S34; [i-vi] questionnaire; typed or mimeograph on one side; 11" x 9"; construction paper cover printed on front; three-hole punch, brad bound. Moderate chipping to foredge of covers.The survey was conducted to study beverage using habits of U. S. families and to determine what changes have taken place in the consumption, preference and use of wine since a previous survey in 1946 and since the industry program began in 1938. Investiga... View more info
Including: 2 issues of Schoonmaker's, News from the Wine Country, A Quarterly Newspaper, 1948; 3 issues News from the Vineyards, A Quarterly Newspaper published by Almaden Vineyards, 1959, 1961 & 1965 edited by Frank Schoonmaker; Schoonmaker Scorns the Rule Book - And Wine Sales Double, based on an interview with Frank Schoonmaker. 5 pps.; reprinted 1951 from Sales Management Magazine of Marketing. Also, Historic Wine Growers of Santa Clara County, 4 pps.; reprinted from... View more info
Publisher: N.Y., Scribner's, 1963
Edition: 1st Edition
370 pp.; cloth in price clipped dust jacket; black & white photographs. Small light smudge to front cover. View more info
Publisher: Winter, CA, Winters Express, 1983
Edition: First Edition, 1/1000 Copies
33 pp., frontis illustration;8"x5.5"; stapled green wrappers printed in black; black & white photos, reproductions of ads, labels, etc. In original mailing envelope. View more info
Publisher: [San Francisco], By the author, no date (c. 1990)
81 pp.; sq 8vo; printed blue wrappers; black & white photos; menu reproductions. Gift inscription on front endpapaper by hotelier Henry de Rooze, who was a member of the Society of Bacchus. Very minor soil. View more info
By: Lynch, Kermit.
Publisher: N.Y., Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1988
Edition: Second Printing
Signed by the author on dedication page. 271 pp., incl. index; 8vo; cloth backed boards in dust jacket Illustrated with black & white photographs by Gail Skoff. View more info
By: Beard, James.
Publisher: No Place, Cone Nast, 1957
title;  pp.; stapled brown wrappers; b&w photo of Beard on final biographical page. View more info
Publisher: Honolulu, The Chinese Committee, International Institute, Y. W. C. A., 1948
Edition: 3rd Edition
86 pp.; 8vo; pebbled red cloth printed in black; full page color photograph, 2 plates of black & white photos; numerous advertising pages for local businesses. Rubbing at edges, corners; light, clear, glue like stains to rear leading edge. View more info
By: Layton, T.A.
Publisher: London, Duckworth, 1959
Edition: Third Printing
169 pp., index;12mo; decorated paper over boards in like dust jacket with a touch of soil to top edge, Thomas Layton's long career with wine included: editor of Wine Magazine, president of the Circle of Wine Tasters, London wine merchant and restaurant owner. His writing on wine and related subjects are much prized for their style. (Gabler 27220) View more info
Publisher: London, The Wine and Food Society, 1950
Edition: First Edition
16mo. 19 pgs. Burgandy boards. Lower spine bumped; faint offset browning to title page. From the series ' Wines of the World ' Pocket Library. Seventeen titles were written by various authors including Simon. (Gabler37500) View more info
Feature articles, recipes [many with photo-illustrations], surveys, many advertisements for restaurants; illustrations and photographs throughout. Text in French. Inscribed "Pour la si gentille, Lucette Schaerli . . . etc., etc."; but we cannot ascertain the name of author.A monthly review of all things related to food, wine, restaurants, etc. in France during the period, founded by Curnonsky et Madeleine Decure. View more info
Publisher: San Francisco, The Ignatian Guild, 1972
157 pp.; sq. 8vo; golden yellow wrappers, printed on like paper stock; black & white photos; line drawings. Last fifty pages a bit crimped at lower leading corner; light soil to wrappers. View more info