Lot 228 of 253:
10 titles from the BCC  

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Ten volumes from the Book Club of California, 1975-1978


San Francisco

Book Club of California

Various dates


10 volumes. Generally cloth and boards, some with jackets. Various limitations. First Editions.

A selection of titles from the BCC. 


  • Taylor, M. The Gold Digger's Song Book. One of 450 copies. 1975. BCC 148.
  • Mathes, W. Michael, editor. Spanish Approaches to the Island of California, 1628-1632. One of 400 copies.1975. BCC 149.
  • Van Nostrand, Jeanne. San Francisco, 1806-1906 in Contemporary Paintings, Drawings and Watercolors. One of 500 copies. 1975. BCC 150.
  • Leighton, Clare. Growing New Roots: An Essay with Fourteen Wood Engravings. Tan cloth. No. 174 of 500 copies signed by the author and printed by Lawton & Alfred Kennedy. 1976. BCC 151.
  • Dreyfus, John. William Caxton and his Quincentenary. San Francisco: Book Club of California, 1976. BCC 152.
  • Dillon, Richard. Images of Chinatown. Profusely illustrated from photographs. One of 450 copies. 1976. BCC153.
  • El Triunfo de la Cruz: A Description of the Building by Father Juan Ugarte... Signed by Valenti Angelo. 1 of 400 copies. 1977. BCC 155.
  • Bliss, Carey S. A Leaf from the 1583 Rembert Dodoens Herbal, Printed by Christopher Plantin. With original leaf. One of 385 copies. 1977.  BCC 156.
  • Steinbeck, John. Letters to Elizabeth: A Selection of Letters from John Steinbeck to Elizabeth Otis. One of 500 copies. 1978. BCC 157.
  • Ritchie, Ward. Frederic Goudy, Joseph Foster and the Press at Scripps College. One of 550 copies. 1978. BCC 158.



Lot Amendments

Occasional light wear; all volumes near fine or better.

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