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  • Adams, Alice
    CAROLINE'S DAUGHTERS

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1991. dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - Novel set in San Francisco in the 1980's - the story of a mother and her 5 very different daughters (from 3 different marriages.) INSCRIBED on the title page and uncommon thus. 307 pp. ISBN: 0-394-568257.

    Condition: Very near fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 36645
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  • Adams, Alice
    CAROLINE'S DAUGHTERS

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1991. dj. Hardcover first edition - Novel set in San Francisco in the 1980's - the story of a mother and her 5 very different daughters (from 3 different marriages.) 307 pp. ISBN: 0-394-568257.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 6929
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  • BILLY TWITTERS AND HIS BLUE WHALE PROBLEM. by Adams, Rex, illustrator; Mac Barnett.
    Adams, Rex, illustrator; Mac Barnett.
    BILLY TWITTERS AND HIS BLUE WHALE PROBLEM.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Disney / Hyperion, (2009) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - Blue whales - longer than 30 dogs - make terrible pets. Just ask Billy Twitters ! Billy's parents threaten that they will buy him a Blue Whale to care for if he doesn't clean up his room and sure enough, the next day there is a whale blocking the front door - but don't worry, Billy comes up with a great way to handle his problems! SIGNED by Adams on the title page with a small drawing of an octopus. Oblong format, unpaginated. Wrap-around dust jacket showing the Golden Gate Bridge. ISBN: 978-0786849581.

    Condition: Very near fine in a good only dustjacket (taped diagonal tear to front cover of dj - not very noticeable in archival dj cover)

    Book ID: 81881
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  • THE GREAT NIGHT. by Adrian, Chris.
    Adrian, Chris.
    THE GREAT NIGHT.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, (2011). SIGNED hardcover first edition - A retelling of Shakespeares 'A Midsummer Nights Dream.' "On Midsummer Eve 2008, three people, each on the run from a failed relationship, become trapped in San Franciscos Buena Vista Park, the secret home of Titania, Oberon, and their court. On this night, something awful is happening in the faerie kingdom . . . " SIGNED on the half title page and dated in the year of publication. 292 pp. ISBN: 978-0374166410.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 82956
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  • Alef, Daniel.
    PALE TRUTH.

    Edition: First printing.

    Los Angeles: Maxit Publishing, Inc, (2000) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - The first book in the author's California Chronicles. "In 1849, San Francisco"s gold fever sparked an unprecedented maelstrom of opportunity that drew the eccentric, corrupt, powerful and cunning from every corner of the known world. In the eye of this Midas storm comes an unusual woman form the South" - Mary Ellen Pleasant, born into slavery, but in San Francisco she achieved political and financial power and used that to support the cause of abolition. INSCRIBED on the title page. Illustrated. Includes author's afterword, a timeline of California history, bibliography and a preview of the second book in the series. 588 pp. Illustrated endpapers. Book of the Year Award Winner, Foreword Magazine, sticker on front cover. ISBN: 0-970017413.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 85931
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  • MURALS: Walls That Sing. by Ancona, George.
    Ancona, George.
    MURALS: Walls That Sing.

    Edition: First edition.

    Tarrytown, NY: Marshall Cavendish . (2003) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - Award-winning photo-essay on murals from the cave paintings to colonial church murals, to the masterpieces of Diego Rivera, Orozco and other Mexican masters, the singing walls in American cities and graffiti. The vibrant photos - three to four on each spread - vary between broad shots, close-ups of details, and images of a variety of people either creating or viewing the paintings. Most of the works are in the United States, and many are from Latino and Hispanic communities. The paintings capture the spirit, pride, and history of the individuals depicted. SIGNED on the front endpaper by Ancona with a small drawing. Oblong format. 48 pp. ISBN: 0-761451315.

    Condition: Very near fine in glossy illustrated boards in a like dust jacket. Uncommon signed.

    Book ID: 76844
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  • ALL THE BIRDS IN THE SKY. by Anders, Charlie Jane.
    Anders, Charlie Jane.
    ALL THE BIRDS IN THE SKY.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: TOR / Tom Doherty Associates, (2016) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - The second novel by this Hugo-award winning writer. Set in near-future San Francisco, in a world careening into chaos, this is the story of two former teenage friends - one a scientist and an engineer, the other a gifted magician - who come together again, despite their differences, to save the world. Winner of the Nebula award and the Locus Award, nominated for the Hugo. SIGNED on the title page. 316 pp. ISBN: 978-0765379948.

    Condition: Near fine in a fine dust jacket (creasing to half title page, toning to edges textblock)

    Book ID: 86858
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  • ALICE: Memoirs of a Barbary Coast Prostitute. by Anderson, Ivy and Devon Angus, editors.
    Anderson, Ivy and Devon Angus, editors.
    ALICE: Memoirs of a Barbary Coast Prostitute.

    Edition: First printing, a trade paperback original.

    Berkeley & San Francisco: Heyday and California Historical Society, (2016). SIGNED first edition - Foreword by Josh Sides. "In 1913 the San Francisco Bulletin published a serialized, ghostwritten memoir of a prostitute who went by the moniker Alice Smith. "A Voice from the Underworld ". . . candidly related the harrowing events she endured after entering the life. While prostitute narratives had been published before, never had they been as frank in their discussion of the underworld, including topics such as abortion, police corruption, and the unwritten laws of the brothel. . . The response to Alice's story was unprecedented: four thousand letters poured into the Bulletin,many of which were written by other prostitutes ready to share their own…

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    Berkeley & San Francisco: Heyday and California Historical Society, (2016). SIGNED first edition - Foreword by Josh Sides. "In 1913 the San Francisco Bulletin published a serialized, ghostwritten memoir of a prostitute who went by the moniker Alice Smith. "A Voice from the Underworld ". . . candidly related the harrowing events she endured after entering the life. While prostitute narratives had been published before, never had they been as frank in their discussion of the underworld, including topics such as abortion, police corruption, and the unwritten laws of the brothel. . . The response to Alice's story was unprecedented: four thousand letters poured into the Bulletin,many of which were written by other prostitutes ready to share their own stories; and it inspired what may have been the first sex worker rights protest in modern history." This book includes the memoirs of Alice Smith and a selection of letters responding to her story as well as an introduction which places this in the era's sensationalistic journalism as well as revealing themes in Alice's story that extend to issues facing sex workers today. SIGNED on the title page by BOTH editors with the word "thanks" and dated in the year of publication. Introduction and notes. Illustrations. Suggestions for further reading. lxxxii, 244 pp. ISBN: 978-1597143615.

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    Condition: Fine in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 78050
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  • YOUNG MRS. CAVENDISH AND THE KAISER'S MEN. by Beck, K.K.
    Beck, K.K.
    YOUNG MRS. CAVENDISH AND THE KAISER'S MEN.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Walker, (1987) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - The author's fourth mystery, set in San Francisco in 1916, shortly before the US entered the war - a society reporter is determined to get her by-line on the front page, and reporting on a kidnapping should surely do that! SIGNED on the title page, and uncommon thus. 270 pp. ISBN: 0-8027-09796.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 68576
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  • YOUNG MRS. CAVENDISH AND THE KAISER'S MEN. by Beck, K.K.
    Beck, K.K.
    YOUNG MRS. CAVENDISH AND THE KAISER'S MEN.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Walker, (1987) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - The author's fourth mystery, set in San Francisco in 1916, shortly before the US entered the war - a society reporter is determined to get her by-line on the front page, and reporting on a kidnapping should surely do that! INSCRIBED on the title page, and uncommon thus. 270 pp. ISBN: 0-8027-09796.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 70791
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  • MAMMY PLEASANT'S PARTNER. by [Bell, Thomas Frederick] Holdredge, Helen.
    [Bell, Thomas Frederick] Holdredge, Helen.
    MAMMY PLEASANT'S PARTNER.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Putnam, (1954.) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - SIGNED on the title page. The second of the author's rather sensationalized and inaccurate biographies dealing with Mary Ellen Pleasant, a light-skinned black woman who became an important figure in early San Francisco history. While this book focuses on her partner Thomas Bell, (who is shown as coming completely under her domination), Pleasant is only now beginning to receive the recognition she deserved for her work in aiding fugitive slaves and as a supporter of John Brown in his failed raid on Harper's Ferry. A lively picture of early San Francisco, but not an unbiased one. Photographs. Brief bibliography. 300 pp.

    Condition: Very good condition in pink patterned boards with a black spine in a good dust jacket (sunning to the spine, overall edgewear to the dust jacket.)

    Book ID: 60388
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  • MAMMY PLEASANT'S PARTNER. by [Bell, Thomas Frederick] Holdredge, Helen.
    [Bell, Thomas Frederick] Holdredge, Helen.
    MAMMY PLEASANT'S PARTNER.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Putnam, (1954.) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - SIGNED on the title page. The second of the author's rather sensationalized and inaccurate biographies dealing with Mary Ellen Pleasant, a light-skinned black woman who became an important figure in early San Francisco history. While this book focuses on her partner Thomas Bell, (who is shown as coming completely under her domination), Pleasant is only now beginning to receive the recognition she deserved for her work in aiding fugitive slaves and as a supporter of John Brown in his failed raid on Harper's Ferry. A lively picture of early San Francisco, but not an unbiased one. Photographs. Brief bibliography. 300 pp.

    Condition: Very good condition in pink patterned boards with a black spine in a rather poor dust jacket missing the lower 2 inches on the spine, other tears and chips (still the dj did protect the book somewhat and it is now in an archival cover.) Inscription on front endpaper.

    Book ID: 53715
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  • GOLD DUST AND PETTICOATS. by Benezra, Barbara.
    Benezra, Barbara.
    GOLD DUST AND PETTICOATS.

    Edition: First printing.

    Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, (1964.) dj. Hardcover first edition - The author's first book, an exciting historical novel for older children about a 14 year old girl's adventures in rough and colorful San Francisco of the Gold Rush days. Marcy Miller has come to California with her parents and her brother Jeb so her father can establish his medical practice, but when the great fire of 1850 breaks out, she is separated from her family and her adventures begin. 179 pp

    Condition: Very near fine in a like dustjacket (small address sticker from previous owner, but overall an exceptionally good copy.)

    Book ID: 31735
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  • THE BIG HEART. by Bernhard, Ruth (1905-2006) and Melvin Van [Peebles]
    Bernhard, Ruth (1905-2006) and Melvin Van [Peebles]
    THE BIG HEART.

    Edition: First printing.

    San Francisco: Fearon Publishers, (1957.) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - An unusual work for Ruth Bernard (published just a few years after she moved to San Francisco, where she spent the rest of her life): a photo-essay on San Francisco's cable cars and the people who ride them, narrated by young cable car gripman Melvin Van, with unposed black and white photographs by Bernhard on every page. The first book (written when he was just 25) by the independent African American film director and producer, Melvin Van Peebles. SIGNED on the front endpaper by Bernhard with the words "to one who knows" and dated January 24, 1958. A rather uncommon book, and especially so signed by Bernhard. Slightly oversized format, 10 1/4 inches tall by 7 3/16 inches wide. 78 pp.

    Condition: Near fine in a near fine photographic dustjacket.

    Book ID: 37311
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  • Biederman, Marcia
    THE MAKEOVER

    Edition: First edition.

    Chicago: Academy Chicago Publishers, (1984.) dj. Hardcover first edition - Author's first novel - features Muriel Axelrod, a secretary for Lovell Munitions in San Francisco. Funny and absorbing. 240 pp. ISBN: 0-89733-1079.

    Condition: Near fine in a near fine dustjacket ("12M" in red on top edge)

    Book ID: 3505
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  • THE MAKEOVER by Biederman, Marcia
    Biederman, Marcia
    THE MAKEOVER

    Edition: First edition.

    Chicago: Academy Chicago Publishers, (1984.) dj. Hardcover first edition - Author's first novel - features Muriel Axelrod, a secretary for Lovell Munitions in San Francisco. Funny and absorbing. 240 pp. ISBN: 0-89733-1079.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 52509
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  • MURDER SO REAL. by Bird, Al [Pseudonym of Phillip Finch, 1948-2012, and Leon N. Mandel, 1928-2002]
    Bird, Al [Pseudonym of Phillip Finch, 1948-2012, and Leon N. Mandel, 1928-2002]
    MURDER SO REAL.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, (1978) dj. Hardcover first edition - Set in San Francisco, this is a realistic tale of sordid corporate wealth, murder and revenge, and the debut of a memorable investigator, former sportswriter Sinclair Lewis Maxwell, who gets involved when his girlfriend is savagely murdered while investigating organized prostitution. The first and only book written under this pseudonym. 219 pp. ISBN: 0-698-108914.

    Condition: Fine in very good dust jacket (some rubbing to the dj)

    Book ID: 61119
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  • THE WILD PARROTS OF TELEGRAPH HILL: A Love Story . . .with Wings. by Bittner, Mark.
    Bittner, Mark.
    THE WILD PARROTS OF TELEGRAPH HILL: A Love Story . . .with Wings.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Harmony, (2004) dj. Hardcover first edition - Down on his luck, Mark Bittner found a job as a housekeeper for an elderly woman, which came with a rent-free studio apartment on San Francisco's Telegraph Hill - which had somehow become home to a flock of wild parrots. He tells how he became fascinated by the birds and made up his mind to get to know them and gain their trust; he becomes the local wild parrot expert and a tourist attraction - and the subject of an Oscar nominated documentary film. Dust jacket praise from Gary Snyder. Illustrated with photographs, includes a cast of characters. 288 pp. ISBN: 0-609610554.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 83544
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  • YOU CAN'T WIN. by Black, Jack.
    Black, Jack.
    YOU CAN'T WIN.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Macmillan, 1926. Hardcover first edition - The autobiography of a professional burglar and hobo, Jack Black, this book describes describes his days on the road and as a professional thief, convict and escaped prisoner (his mother died when he was 10, and after a few years in a convent school, he hit the road at 14, was in the dock for burglary before he was 20 and by age 25 he was expert house robber) but it is even more an indictment of the criminal justice system. While this book was influential to writers like William S. Burroughs (who mentioned it in "Junkie" and who also wrote the foreword to the 1988 trade paperback) and the Beats,…

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    New York: Macmillan, 1926. Hardcover first edition - The autobiography of a professional burglar and hobo, Jack Black, this book describes describes his days on the road and as a professional thief, convict and escaped prisoner (his mother died when he was 10, and after a few years in a convent school, he hit the road at 14, was in the dock for burglary before he was 20 and by age 25 he was expert house robber) but it is even more an indictment of the criminal justice system. While this book was influential to writers like William S. Burroughs (who mentioned it in "Junkie" and who also wrote the foreword to the 1988 trade paperback) and the Beats, it is perhaps even more relevant to us now with its discussion on how the prison system can be a force for good - the library in a Canadian prison - and also something which dehumanize prisoners - including his experiences of flogging in Canada,and being constrained by a strait jacket at Folsom. Foreword by Robert Herrick. xi, 394 pp.

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    Condition: Very good in red cloth with gold lettering on the spine (offsetting to the endpapers, bookplate on front pastedown, corners somewhat bumped), no dust jacket.

    Book ID: 81836
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  • WHIPSAW. by Brewer, Steve.
    Brewer, Steve.
    WHIPSAW.

    Edition: First printing.

    Madison, WI: Intrigue Press, (2006) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - "Whipsaw is missing. LaCosta refuses to call the cops. DelaTek stands to lose millions" and even though Matt Donohue is retired, he's the one supposed to make the ransom drop. Set in San Francisco in the big money world of computer games. SIGNED on the title page. 311 pp. ISBN: 1890768707.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 66247
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  • RUINED TIME: The 1950s and the Beat. by Briggs, Robert (1929-2015)
    Briggs, Robert (1929-2015)
    RUINED TIME: The 1950s and the Beat.

    Edition: First printing, a large trade paperback original.

    Scappoose, OR: RBA Publishing, 2006. First edition - A memoir of the 1950s and the Beat era, the pivotal decade of the 20th Century in which a Beat Generation revised the awareness of consciousness at the same time as a deceptive military-industrial complex was corporatizing the Cold War. Poet David Meltzer commented that this "is the book within the book, the history within the mystery, the mythology of the '50s, the so-called Beat Generation. Briggs reveals the real deal as a participant in that confounding history. His work is a remarkable embodiment of the personal as the political; a brave demonstration of tough insight, survival and triumph. Briggs brings it all into play - as the ongoing and complex…

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    Scappoose, OR: RBA Publishing, 2006. First edition - A memoir of the 1950s and the Beat era, the pivotal decade of the 20th Century in which a Beat Generation revised the awareness of consciousness at the same time as a deceptive military-industrial complex was corporatizing the Cold War. Poet David Meltzer commented that this "is the book within the book, the history within the mystery, the mythology of the '50s, the so-called Beat Generation. Briggs reveals the real deal as a participant in that confounding history. His work is a remarkable embodiment of the personal as the political; a brave demonstration of tough insight, survival and triumph. Briggs brings it all into play - as the ongoing and complex struggle all dissident spirits had to contend with in dark yet illuminated days." Illustrated with photographs, notes, bibliography, index. Large format. 326 pp. ISBN: 0-931191213.

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    Condition: Fine in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 88693
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  • FATAL TRUTH. by Burcell, Robin.
    Burcell, Robin.
    FATAL TRUTH.

    Edition: Paperback original - first printing.

    New York: Avon, (2002.). SIGNED first edition - Second mystery featuring San Francisco PD Homicide Investigator Kate Gillespie - realistic cop story written by an author who is a real cop. SIGNED on the title page. 266 pp. plus publisher's ads. ISBN: 0-06-1061239.

    Condition: Very near fine (some light toning, no creases)

    Book ID: 79260
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  • DEADLY LEGACY. by Burcell, Robin.
    Burcell, Robin.
    DEADLY LEGACY.

    Edition: Paperback original - first printing.

    New York: Avon, (2003). SIGNED first edition - Third mystery featuring San Francisco PD Homicide Investigator Kate Gillespie - realistic cop story written by an author who is a real cop. SIGNED on the title page. 290 pp. plus publisher's ads. ISBN: 0-06-1057878.

    Condition: Very near fine (some light toning, no creases)

    Book ID: 79261
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  • COLD CASE. by Burcell, Robin.
    Burcell, Robin.
    COLD CASE.

    Edition: Paperback original - first printing.

    New York: Avon, (2004.). SIGNED first edition - Mystery featuring San Francisco PD Homicide Investigator Kate Gillespie - realistic cop story written by an author who is a real cop. SIGNED on the title page. 273 pp. ISBN: 0-06-1053775.

    Condition: Very near fine (some light toning, no creases)

    Book ID: 78325
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  • EVERY MOVE SHE MAKES. by Burcell, Robin.
    Burcell, Robin.
    EVERY MOVE SHE MAKES.

    Edition: Paperback original - first printing.

    New York: Harper Collins, (1999.). SIGNED first edition - First mystery featuring San Francisco PD Homicide Investigator Kate Gillespie - arealistic cop story written by an author who is a real cop. SIGNED on the title page. 388 pp. plus publisher's ads. ISBN: 0-06-101432X.

    Condition: Very good (toning, especially inside covers, upper edge of textblock slightly bumped)

    Book ID: 79373
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  • THE AUDACITY OF INEZ BURNS: Dreams, Desire, Treachery and Ruin in the City of Gold. by [Burns, Inez] Bloom, Stephen G.
    [Burns, Inez] Bloom, Stephen G.
    THE AUDACITY OF INEZ BURNS: Dreams, Desire, Treachery and Ruin in the City of Gold.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Regan Arts, (2018) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - Based on years of research, this is an account of the life - and downfall - of Inez Burns, born in the slums of San Francisco who transformed herself into one of the richest women in the city - as an abortionist, credited with performing over 50,000 of the safest and most hygenic abortions available, for everyone from poor women already burdened with too many children to rich wives, Hollywood stars and others. Pat Brown (later governor and father of Jerry Brown) was determined to take her down - and eventually succeeded when she was 61 in having her convicted. She died in 1976, 3 years after Roe…

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    New York: Regan Arts, (2018) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - Based on years of research, this is an account of the life - and downfall - of Inez Burns, born in the slums of San Francisco who transformed herself into one of the richest women in the city - as an abortionist, credited with performing over 50,000 of the safest and most hygenic abortions available, for everyone from poor women already burdened with too many children to rich wives, Hollywood stars and others. Pat Brown (later governor and father of Jerry Brown) was determined to take her down - and eventually succeeded when she was 61 in having her convicted. She died in 1976, 3 years after Roe vs Wade revolutionized women's choices. SIGNED on the title page. Many photographs, endnotes. 428 pp. Illustrated endpapers. ISBN: 978-1682450093.

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    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket (a new copy.)

    Book ID: 80272
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  • THE AUDACITY OF INEZ BURNS: Dreams, Desire, Treachery and Ruin in the City of Gold. by [Burns, Inez] Bloom, Stephen G.
    [Burns, Inez] Bloom, Stephen G.
    THE AUDACITY OF INEZ BURNS: Dreams, Desire, Treachery and Ruin in the City of Gold.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Regan Arts, (2018) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - Based on years of research, this is an account of the life - and downfall - of Inez Burns, born in the slums of San Francisco who transformed herself into one of the richest women in the city - as an abortionist, credited with performing over 50,000 of the safest and most hygenic abortions available, for everyone from poor women already burdened with too many children to rich wives, Hollywood stars and others. Pat Brown (later governor and father of Jerry Brown) was determined to take her down - and eventually succeeded when she was 61 in having her convicted. She died in 1976, 3 years after Roe…

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    New York: Regan Arts, (2018) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - Based on years of research, this is an account of the life - and downfall - of Inez Burns, born in the slums of San Francisco who transformed herself into one of the richest women in the city - as an abortionist, credited with performing over 50,000 of the safest and most hygenic abortions available, for everyone from poor women already burdened with too many children to rich wives, Hollywood stars and others. Pat Brown (later governor and father of Jerry Brown) was determined to take her down - and eventually succeeded when she was 61 in having her convicted. She died in 1976, 3 years after Roe vs Wade revolutionized women's choices. SIGNED on the title page and dated in 2017. Many photographs, endnotes. 428 pp. Illustrated endpapers. ISBN: 978-1682450093.

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    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket (a new copy.)

    Book ID: 76305
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  • RUMBLING WINE BARRELS. by Buti, Bruno.
    Buti, Bruno.
    RUMBLING WINE BARRELS.

    Edition: First edition.

    Cloverdale, CA: Buti Publications, (1994) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - Novel of an Italian immigrant family's life in San Francisco and Amador County in 1922 during Prohibition. INSCRIBED at some length on the front endpaper including the words "Hail to Bacchus and Eros, the Roman gods of wine and love." Illustrated with drawings by Dug Waggoner. 355 pp. ISBN: 0-64896001.

    Condition: Near fine in near fine dust jacket (some spotting to edges of textblock - a splash of wine, perhaps?)

    Book ID: 82208
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  • RUMBLING WINE BARRELS. by Buti, Bruno.
    Buti, Bruno.
    RUMBLING WINE BARRELS.

    Edition: First edition.

    Cloverdale, CA: Buti Publications, (1994) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - Novel of an Italian immigrant family's life in San Francisco and Amador County in 1922 during Prohibition. INSCRIBED on the front endpaper and dated in 1996. Illustrated with drawings by Dug Waggoner. 355 pp. ISBN: 0-64896001.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 62555
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  • RUMBLING WINE BARRELS. by Buti, Bruno.
    Buti, Bruno.
    RUMBLING WINE BARRELS.

    Edition: First edition.

    Cloverdale, CA: Buti Publications, (1994) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - Novel of an Italian immigrant family's life in San Francisco and Amador County in 1922 during Prohibition. SIGNED on the front endpaper with the words "Hail to Bacchus and Eros, the Roman gods of wine and love." Illustrated with drawings by Dug Waggoner. 355 pp. ISBN: 0-64896001.

    Condition: Very near fine in near fine dust jacket (crease on front flap of dj).

    Book ID: 76069
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