[ZAMORANO CLUB]. HARDING, George L. Don Agustin V. Zamorano: Statesman, Soldier, Craftsman, and California's First Printer. Los Angeles: The Zamorano Club, 1934.
8vo. Portrait frontispiece, folding map. Original publisher's brown cloth; original printed dust jacket (light soiling, a few nicks or tears with occasional minor losses). Provenance: J. W. Robinson Co. (bookseller's ticket); Jacob Zeitlin (1902-1987) American bookseller and publisher (manuscript note); Ed Carpenter (note on his stationery, 12/11/92, laid in).
LIMITED EDITION, one of 325 unnumbered copies, published by the Zamorano Club to honor their epyonym. Prospectus laid in.
JACOB ZEITLIN'S COPY with his note: "Jake Zeitlin - Personal". Carpenter's note recalls his purchase from Zeitlin years before: "I have a vague recollection - after all these years - that he was a bit disconcerted when he noticed that he had sold his personal copy."
[With:] The Hand of Zamorano. Los Angeles: The Zamorano Club, 1956. Facsimile of a manuscript written by Zamorano. Original wrappers. LIMITED EDITION, one of 250 unnumbered copies. SIGNED by Lawrence Clark Powell, President of the Zamorano Club and George L. Harding, the editor. -- The Zamorano Club: the first half century, 1928-1978. Los Angeles: The Zamorano Club, 1978. Original boards. LIMITED EDITION, one of 200 unnumbered copies. -- Together, 3 works in 3 volumes.
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