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70 World Ceramics: Civilization and Cultural Diversity, 3 Volumes Chen, Jinhai World Ceramics in Three Volumes 2006 $300 - $500
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113 A History of Japanese Immigrants in Hawaii. Okahata, J.H. (Hawaii) Significant Work on Japanese Immigrants in Hawaii 1964 $200 - $300
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233 The Afghan Stuccos of the Nouvelle Revue Française Collection Strzygowsky, Josef Chinese-Turkestan stuccos c.1932 $200 - $300
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263 Littell's Living Age Littell, E. (1852) 1st published words of Chinese-Americans in Gold Rush California 1852 $200 - $300
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264 Story of a Chinese Boy and You-Sing: the Chinaman in California Hosmer, Margaret (1867-1868) 1st novels about Chinese-Americans in California 1867-1868 $500 - $800
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265 The Overland Monthly Devoted to The Development of the Country, Volume V Harte, Bret (1870) 1870 Bret Harte’s “Heathen Chinee”, 1st appearance 1870 $200 - $300
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266 When I Was A Boy In China Yan Phou Lee (1887) 1st autobiography of a Chinese immigrant in America 1887 $300 - $500
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267 1st Japanese-American illustrator and the first two Japanese immigrant memoirs (1890-1895) 1st Japanese-American illustrator and the first two Japanese immigrant memoirs $300 - $500
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268 Four periodical appearances of Chinatown fiction by Mary Austin and ‘Sui Sin Far’[Edith Eaton] Austin, Mary and Edith Eaton (1897-1902) Non-racist Chinatown fiction of the 1890s 1897-1902 $300 - $500
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269 Rare Japanese poet's California broadside: Song Unto Brother Americans Noguchi, Yone (1897) Japanese-American poet-novelist as California bohemian August 1887 $300 - $500
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270 Original 1898 ink drawing of a Chinese family in a Chinatown street scene by a noted San Francisco commercial artist Clarence M. Leavy (1898) Original 1898 Chinatown drawing by noted San Francisco commercial artist 1898 $600 - $900
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271 A Japanese Robinson Crusoe Oyabe, Jenichiro (1898) 1st Japanese memoir of life in the United States. 1898 $400 - $600
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272 Miss Nume of Japan / A Japanese-American Romance Watanna, Onoto (1899) 1st book by the first Asian American novelist 1899 $300 - $500
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273 Instruction for Chinese Women and Girls Tsao, Lady (1900) Chinese-American illustrates Chinese Etiquette classic 1900 $400 - $600
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274 6 volumes by Onoto Watanna (pseudonym of Winnifred Eaton) Watanna, Onoto (1902-1915) Onoto Watanna collection, novels and autobiography 1902-1915 $400 - $600
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275 “Japanese Embroidery”, Pg. 10 of St. Louis Daily Globe-Democrat, Feb. 28, 1904 Takahashi, Kosen (1904) Gay Japanese-American architect writer, artist, cartoonist 1904 $200 - $300
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276 Little Almond Blossoms and In The House of the Tiger Knox, Jessie Juliet (1904-1911) Chinatown photographs in 2 volumes of Chinese children's stories 1904-1911 $200 - $300
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277 The Life Stories of Undistinguished Americans As Told by Themselves Holt, Hamiton (editor) (1907) 1st memoir by an “ordinary” Chinese American NY Laundryman 1907 $200 - $300
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278 Mrs. Spring Fragrance Sui Sin Far [pseudonym of Edith Eaton] (1912) 1st Chinese-American book of fiction 1912 $300 - $500
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279 Chinese-Japanese Cook Book Watanna, Onoto [Winnifred Eaton] and Sara Bosse (1914) 1914 1st Asian-American Cookbook 1914 $200 - $300
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280 The Lords of Dawn, A Novel Marsh, George Turner and Ronald Temple (1916) Chiura Obata, famed Japanese-American artist, 1st book illustration, fine binding 1916 $400 - $600
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281 Seven framed color prints by San Francisco Chinese-American artist Wylog Fong Fong, Wylog (1920-1927) 7 framed Chinatown color prints by San Francisco artist Wylog Fong 1920-1927 $400 - $600
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282 “My Chinese Marriage”, serialized in four parts in Asia, The American Magazine On The Orient M.T.F. [Mae Franking and Katharine Anne Porter] (1921) Katharine Anne Porter ghosts memoir of Chinese-Caucasian inter-marriage June-September 1921 $200 - $300
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283 The Red Cord A Romance of China Springer, Thomas Grant (1925) 1st Chinese-American book illustrator, inscribed novel of China 1925 $200 - $300
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284 The Bandit Prince Hayakawa, Sessue (1926) 1st Asian American movie star's only novel 1926 $300 - $500
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285 4 books by Etsu Inagaki Sugimoto Sugimoto, Etsu Inagaki (1926-1935) Most popular Japanese woman author in 1920s America 1926-1935 $200 - $300
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286 The Rendezvous of Mysteries Nakagawa, Karl S. (1928) Very rare first novel by an American-born Japanese 1928 $1,000 - $1,500
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287 Le Voyageur de Nuit, ‘Illustrations de Yun Gee, Peintre Chinois' - only known book illustration by Chinese-American modernist artist Henry-Jacques (1930) San Francisco Chinese-American artist in Hemingway’s Paris June 1930 $300 - $500
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288 3 Publications of Japanese-American Poetry in English Kagawa, Bunichi and Kimi Gengo (1930-1934) 1st 20th century Japanese-American poetry in English 1930-34 $300 - $500
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289 China Red H.T.Tsiang (1931) 1st (radical) novel by an American-born Chinese 1931 $500 - $800
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290 First book illustrated by Gyo Fujikawa, inscribed; with another inscribed book illustrated by her a half-century later Fujikawa, Gyo, illustrator (1931-1978) 1st book illustration by famed Japanese-American children’s author, inscribed 1931-1978 $400 - $600
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291 Holy Prayers In a Horse’s Ear Tamagawa, Kathleen (1932) 1st autobiography of a Japanese-American Nisei woman 1932 $300 - $500
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292 Ah Sin and His Brethren in American Literature Fenn, William Purviance (1933) 1st study, published in China, of anti-Chinese racism in American literature 1933 $200 - $300
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293 3 publications by Younghill Kang Kang, Younghill (1934-1954) "Father of Korean-American Literature" 1934-1954 $200 - $300
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294 Transpacific Wings Endow, Kay Karl (1935) 2nd novel by a Nisei Japanese-American, a California aviator, Inscribed 1935 $800 - $1,200
Sold For (Includes Buyer's Premium): $480
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295 Chinese Digest, A Weekly Publication (1935-1936) Major SF Chinatown weekly magazine of the 1930s, 34 scarce issues 1935-36 $1,000 - $1,500
Sold For (Includes Buyer's Premium): $600
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296 Three children's books illustrated by Bunji Tagawa (1935-1937) Tagawa, Bunji, illustrator Three illustrated by Asian-American Bunji Tagawa Various dates $300 - $500
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297 Chinese Digest 24 Issues (1937-1940) Leading SF Chinatown magazine of the 1930s, 24 scarce issues 1936-37 $800 - $1,200
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298 Father and Glorious Descendant Lowe, Pardee (1937-1943) 1st literary memoir of San Francisco Chinatown by an American-born Chinese. 1943 $300 - $500
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299 To a President’s Taste Lee Ping Quan (1939) Cookbook and memoir of a Chinese-American Presidential chef 1939 $200 - $300
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300 3 Berkeley publications with illustrations by Chiura Obata Obata, Chiura (illustrator) (1940) Japanese-American artist Chiura Obata, 3 pre-war Berkeley imprints 1937-40 $300 - $500
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301 The Seasons at California Obata,Chiura (1940) Japanese-American artist Chiura Obata, UC Berkeley art Portfolio 1940 $600 - $900
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302 Language in Action Hayakawa, S. I. (1941-1945) 2 inscribed books by Japanese-Americans published despite wartime hysteria 1941 $200 - $300
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303 5 Works by early Philippine-American authors Bulosan, Carlos and Bienvenido Santos (1942-1981) Works by 2 pioneers of Philippine-American literature 1942-1981 $200 - $300
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304 Two books by Taro Yashima, pseudonym of Atsushi Iwamatsu Yashima, Taro (pseudonym of Atsushi Iwamatsu) (1943-47) 2 "picture books" by a Japanese political refugee to World War II America 1943-47 $300 - $500
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305 2 books by Buwei Yang Chao Chao, Buwei Yang (1945-1947) Chinese-American Doctor's classic cookbook and scarce autobiography 1945-1947 $300 - $500
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306 Citizen 13660 Okubo, Mine (1946) 1st illustrated memoir of Japanese-American internment, with original art 1946 $300 - $500
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307 Four Illustrations by Dong Kingman (1946-1954) San Francisco artist Dong Kingman, first book illustrations 1946-1954 $300 - $500
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308 First Japanese-American detective story writer - 3 novels Ozaki, Milton K. (1946-1957) 1st Japanese-American detective story writer 1946-1957 $300 - $500
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309 "California's Colorful Campuses" Portfolio Obata, Chiura (1947) Japanese-American artist Chiura Obata, University of California drawings 1947 $400 - $600
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310 Yokohama, California Mori, Toshio (1949) 1st Japanese-American short story anthology 1949 $300 - $500
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311 Nine Books by Yoshiko Uchida, credited with "single-handedly" creating the genre of Japanese-American children's literature Uchida, Yoshiko (1949-1972) 9 books by the "mother" of Japanese-American children's literature Various dates $500 - $800
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312 Upon Their Shoulders Ota, Shelley Ayame Nishimura (1951) 1st novel by a Nisei woman, inscribed, about a Japanese-American family in Hawaii 1951 $300 - $500
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313 15 Japanese Woodcuts / Produced by 9 members of the Japanese Council to Promote Graphic Arts (1952) 1952 Portfolio of radical Japanese-American woodcuts 1952 $300 - $500
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314 4 children's books with Asian-American characters, illustrated by Asian-American artists (1952-1958) 1st Asian-theme children’s books illustrated by Asian-American artists 1952-1958 $200 - $300
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315 Four early children's books by Chinese-American architect Yen Liang Liang, Yen (1952-1961) Four early children's books by Chinese-American architect 1952-61 $300 - $500
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316 First two books by the first Chinese-American woman novelist Chang, Diana (1956-1959) 1st American-born Chinese woman novelist, first two books 1956-1959 $300 - $500
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317 No-No Boy Okada, John (1957) First Nisei novel of the Japanese American internment 1957 $500 - $800
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318 Umbrella Yashima, Taro (1959) Original art in children’s book by former Japanese political refugee 1959 $300 - $500
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319 2 books by Chiura Obata Obata, Chiura (1959-1967) Japanese-American artist Chiura Obata, two books from his later career 1959-1967 $600 - $900
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320 1st three "realistic" Chinese-American novels of San Francisco and New York Chinatown (1961-1963) 1st three “modern” Chinatown novels by Chinese-American authors 1961-1963 $300 - $500
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321 Two novels and two memoirs about the Japanese internment, all inscribed (1971-1982) Four inscribed books about the Japanese wartime internment 1971-1982 $400 - $600
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