Author:STERLING, GEORGE

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Image for Dear Master: letters of George Sterling to Ambrose Bierce 1900 - 1912.  Edited with an introduction by Roger K. Larson.

Dear Master: letters of George Sterling to Ambrose Bierce 1900 - 1912. Edited with an introduction by Roger K. Larson.

By: STERLING, GEORGE .

Price: $75.00

Publisher: San Francisco, The Book Club of California: 2002

Edition: Limited Edition

Seller ID: 9344

Condition: Fine condition in fine slipcase


350 copies designed,composed, and printed letterpress by Peter Koch Printers. 264 pp.; 4to; bound in tan paper on boards with pasted title on red Japanese cloth spine. Green paper-covered slipcase by Arnold Martinez. Illustrated end papers and front cover. Illustrations photolithographed by Susan Schaefer at Watermark Graphics. Bound by CardozaJames, San Francisco. Ten duo-tone photographs and tipped-in facsimile of a letter. View more info

Image for Yosemite, An Ode.  With, A Cover in Colour After the Painting by H. J. Breuer, and, Illustrations After Photographs by W. E. Dassonville.

Yosemite, An Ode. With, A Cover in Colour After the Painting by H. J. Breuer, and, Illustrations After Photographs by W. E. Dassonville.

By: STERLING, GEORGE.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: San Francisco, A. M. Robertson: 1906

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 8972

Condition: Very Good condition


Printed by Taylor & Taylor. 16 pp. frontis; 8vo; gray paper cover over plain boards, front cover and spine lettered in gilt; four full page illustrations in text. Paper cover with closed tear and chip to top front corner near spine; dime-sized orange sticker inside front flap. In a clear mylar cover with a 2.5" split where the cover tear is. View more info

House of Orchids (inscribed by the author).

By: STERLING, GEORGE.

Price: $75.00

Publisher: San Francisco, A. M. Robertson: 1911

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 8994

Condition: Good Condition


First issue (Johnson p. 9); Inscribed by Sterling broadly on front endpaper, "For Miss Anna Holden with happy memories, George Sterling, San Francisco, Aug. 7th, 1919." 140 pp.; 8vo; purple cloth with ornamental design in silver, spine lettered in silver. Spine cloth a little rubbed and toned; endpapers and front pastedown browned; offset browning to pages 66 & 67 as from newspring once laid in. George Sterling (1869-1926), born in Sag Harbor, N.Y., Puritan stock pegged for the priesthood, fell for poetry in school, washed up in Oakland with a sinecure in his uncle's real estat... View more info