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    • Rufus W. Adams: The Historic Adams Ranch

    • Ranchers -- Nevada -- Biography; Carson River Valley (Nev.); Genoa (Nev.)
    • Rufus W. Adams, a descendant of some of the earliest pioneers of Carson Valley, Nevada, was born in 1914. His grandfather, John Quincy Adams, arrived in Genoa in the 1850s to establish a ranch home that became a valley landmark. Rufus Adams lives...
    • Winter white

    • Winter in art; Miniature books -- Specimens; Artists' books -- Washington (State)
    • Printed by Giclee... on Tetenal Spectra paper. The accordion folded papers are Crushed Leaf: Sparkles, the font is called Khaki 2, and the covers are sandblasted plastic. --Colophon; Plastic icicle inserted through loops on spine. Accordion...
    • N. A. "Tink" Tinkham: Watchmaker, Music Maker

    • Clock and watch makers -- Nevada -- Biography; Bands (Music) -- Nevada -- Reno; Music -- Nevada -- Reno
    • N. A. "Tink" Tinkham was born in Massachusetts in 1905 and spent most of his youth in New England. Service in the United States Marine Corps took him to California, where he made his home until the 1940s, when the service brought him to Reno. Early...
    • Extracts from Eve's diary ; Extracts from Adam's diary

    • Artists' books; Ada, (Biblical figure) -- Fiction; Eve (Biblica figure) -- Fiction; Bible. O. T. Genesis -- History of Biblical events -- Fiction
    • 17, 17 p. : col. ill. ; 34 cm; Limited ed. of 38 copies; Parallel texts, each opening accordion style. Each accordion glued into one side of a case binding. Cloth spine and printed paper sides. Issued in cloth-covered slipcase; The text on the...
    • Taking off Emily Dickinson's clothes

    • Dickinson, Emily -- Poetry; Clothing and dress in art; Artists' books
    • Incorporates Dickinson's poem, "Hope is the thing with feathers," collaged onto the accordion with a monotype of a feather as cover; " ... produced in a limited edition of thirty copies in the summer and fall of 2002 by Charles Hobson. It uses...
    • You Are Here

    • Artists' books -- California -- Berkeley; Artists' books
    • Accordion fold format book enclosed in a blue cloth box fashioned like a compass on a braided string; signed and numbered by the author
    • Butterflies Fly

    • Artists' books -- Washington (State); Miniature books -- Specimens; Postage stamps in art; Butterflies in art
    • Made of three alternating signatures of multihued handmade paper, sewn on an accordion folded center. Bound in yellow paper with an embossed butterfly and title stamped on the front. Issued in an orange paper slipcase with an embossed butterfly on...
    • Exits west

    • Automobile travel -- United States; Artists' books -- United States
    • Created at the University of the Arts in the Borowsky Center for Publication Arts on a Heidelberg offset press on 60 lb. text weight Cougar Opaque the typeface is Frutiger. --Colophon; Book consists of panels with black and white photographs...
    • Leavings

    • Artists' books -- United States
    • [24] p. : col. ill. ; 17 cm; illustrated card stock in accordion fold format, with mounted text ; illustrated within cutout mats, and artifacts attached to baggage labels that are inserted in pockets of some of the panels; issued in cloth-covered...
    • Partitura

    • Artists' books -- Latin America; Pregnancy -- Pictorial works; Artists' books -- Colombia
    • Contains 34 tipped-color plates and collages, unfolding, some translucent pages, and cutaway and hideaway pictures bound accordion style in metallic silver hologram plastic over boards. Printed on Kimberly Executive in Optima font. Issued in an...
    • Dancing with Amelia

    • Artists' books; Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937 -- Pictorial works
    • "... completed as a limited edition of thirty-eight copies... The mixed media drawings of dancing couples by Charles Hobson were scanned and printed as IRIS prints at Urban Didgital Color, San Francisco, on Somerset 300 paper using IRIS Graphics...
    • Souvenirs of great cities

    • San Francisco (Calif.) in art; Artists' books; Paris (France) -- In art; London (England) -- In art; New York (N.Y.) -- In art; New York (N.Y.) -- Poetry; Paris (France) -- Poetry -- London (England) -- Poetry; San Francisco (Calif.) -- Poetry
    • 4 v. : col. ill. ; in box 14 x 14 x 3 cm; [v. 1] Souvenir of New York -- [v. 2] Souvenir of Paris -- [v. 3] Souvenir of London -- [v. 4] Souvenir of San Francisco; Title from box; "Set in Goudy and printed letterpress on Mohawk Superfine Cover from...
    • Real world of Manuel Cordova

    • Artists' books
    • Reprinted from Travels published by Alfred Knopf, Inc., New York, pp. 96-114--Colophon; "Designed, printed, and bound by Carolee Campbell at Ninja Press. The type is Samson Uncial. The handmade papers are persimmon-washed Kakishibu for the text and...
    • Three kisses

    • Artists' books
    • " ... made ... from found postcards, red translucent envelopes, various papers and features the photographs of Robert Doisneau. A pastel monotype by Charles Hobson has been reproduced as a digital pigment print with hand coloring and included as...
    • Individuals

    • American poetry -- 20th century
    • Full title: "Individuals : a book of twenty-four poems written individually in the fall of 1986;" " ... designed and produced by Charles Alexander and Jennifer Beigel ... in an edition of 150. Type is Gill Sans; papers are Fuji-Unryu, Fabriano...
    • An Interview with Joseph Mosconi

    • Mosconi family; Italian Americans -- Nevada; Verdi (Nev.) -- History; Reno (Nev.) -- History; Truckee (Calif.) -- History
    • Jack-of-all-trades and master of most, Joe Mosconi, who was born in 1899, has been a rancher, dairyman, truck gardener, field hand, buckaroo, laborer, fireman, first aid instructor, construction foreman, logger, timber contractor, ice delivery man...
    • Andrew D. Crofut: Diamond Valley Dust

    • Nevada -- Biography; Diamond Basin (Nev.)
    • Andrew D. Crofut is a Nevadan in the true sense. What does this mean? Crofut was born in 1889 and grew up on a ranch in Diamond Valley at the juncture of Eureka and Elko counties. The ranch provides the focus for a major portion of this memoir. The...


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