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  • BELL, Julian.
    $35.00
    Woodside: Occasional Works, 1987. First edition. 21 pp. Fine in printed wrappers. One of 200 numbered copies on Rives Heavy paper. Hand set in Monotype Bembo, printed letterpress. Introduction by Peter Stansky and William Abrahams. Eight poems. Julian Bell, son of Vanessa Bell, and the only Bloomsbury poet, was killed while driving an ambulance in the Spanish Civil War.
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    WOOLF, Virginia.
    $20.00
    San Diego: San Diego State University Press, 1972. First edition. viii + 11 pp. Fine in full gilt-stamped blue buckram. No dust jacket, as issued. Suzanne Henig provides an introduction to the title piece, along with “The Experiences of a Pater-familias.” The colophon calls for 2000 numbered copies; this copy is not numbered.
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    WOOLF, Virginia.
    $20.00
    NY: Gulliver Books/Harcourt Brace Jovanovich (1991). First US edition. [30 pp]. Fine in very near fine dust jacket. Color illustrations by Julie Vivas.
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    [BLOOMSBURY]. Caws, Mary Ann and Sarah Bird Wright.
    $30.00
    NY: Oxford University Press (2000). First US edition. xviii + 430 pp w/index. Fine in very near fine dust jacket. Profusely illustrated with b&w images, and a central section of color reproductions.
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    [BLOOMSBURY]. Marsh, Jan.
    $25.00
    NY: Holt (1996). First US edition. 160 pp w/select bibliography. Fine in fine dust jacket. Foreword by Frances Partridge. Fully illustrated in b&w, with a few color reproductions.
  • [BLOOMSBURY]. Stansky, Peter.
    $30.00
    Menlo Park: Occasional Works, 2004. First edition. 28 pp. Fine in wrappers with printed cover label. Printed letterpress from polymer plates by Eric Holub, hand-bound at the Foolscap Press. One of 100 copies. An essay on Leonard Woolf, Julia Margaret Cameron, and Ceylon, instigated by Stansky’s own travel. ‘Of Interest’ Chapbook IV. At publication price:
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    [GRANT, Duncan]. Mortimer, Raymond.
    $45.00
    London: Penguin Books (1948). First edition. 14 pp + 32 plates. Near fine in stiff cardstock covers. Color and b&w illustrations.
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    [WOOLF, Virginia]. Bell, Quentin.
    $25.00
    London: Hogarth Press, 1972. Second and third impressions, respectively. xiii + 230 pp & ix + 300 pp. Inked ownership name in each volume, else very good plus in like dust jackets, each of which have a few edgetears. Volume 2 also has a tear with loss to the bottom edge of the front panel. For the pair: