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    2. st "Ava: My Story" by Ava Gardner

      Ms. Gardner has had the sort of life that novelists like Jackie Collins and Judith Krantz make up. The difference is, Ava lived hers. -- James Brady

    3. st 1st Printing: "New Girl in Town" by George Abbott

      In 1958, "New Girl in Town" was a new musical play based on the play Anna Christe, by Eugene O'Neil. The music and lyrics were written by Bob Merrill. The stars were Gwen Verdon and Thelma Ritter. This is an Ex-Libris from the Athenaeum of La Jolla, CA. First printing: 146 pages Free shipping inside the USA.

    4. st 1st Edition: "This Is Orson Wells" by Peter Bogdanovich & Orson

      Filled with Orson's signature joie de vivre, "This Is Orson Wells" reveals the great man's thoughts on his work in radio, theatre, film and television; his comments on Hollywood and Broadway producers, directors, and stars, and his wonderful stories and theories of life. This is the book that Wells ultimately considered his autobiography and a memoir like no other. Paperback: 533 pages.

    5. st "Hastings College of Law: The First Century" by Thomas Barnes

      This Centennial commemoration of Hastings College of the Law, 1878-1978, traces the development of an extraordinary institution, born in the instant city of post-Gold Rush San Francisco, which from small beginnings has become one of the country's major national law schools. 457 pages.

    6. st 1st Printing: "Memoirs " by David Ben-Gurion

      David Ben-Gurion, born David Grüen; 16 October 1886 – 1 December 1973) was the first Prime Minister of Israel. Ben-Gurion's passion for Zionism, which began early in life, led him to become a major Zionist leader and Executive Head of the World Zionist Organization in 1946.[1] As head of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, and later president of the Jewish Agency Executive, he became the de ...

    7. st 1st Edition: "Santa Fe Rules" by Stuart Woods

      Successful movie producer Wolf Willett is stunned when he sees his own death reported in a major newspaper. It says he was a victim in a triple homicide during a sordid tryst with his wife and a friend. But who is the unidentified corpse? Why can't Wolf remember anything about the night in question? And who wants him dead? Wolf had the means and motive—and his inexplicable memory loss seems ...

    8. st Golf Anecdotes by Robert T. Sommers

      Robert T. Sommers has been a golf writer for over 40 years. In that time he has collected numerous stories and anecdotes from every era of golf. This is a great read for any true golf fan. 334 pages.

    9. st Nobel Prize Edition: "Kristin Lavransdatter" by Sigrid Undset

      Kristin Lavransdatter is the common name for a trilogy of historical novels written by Nobel laureate Sigrid Undset. The individual novels are Kransen (The Wreath), first published in 1920, Husfrue (The Wife), published in 1921, and Korset (The Cross), published in 1922. Kransen and Husfrue have also been published in English translation under the titles The Bridal Wreath and The Mistress of ...

    10. st 1st Edition: "On Reflection" by Helen Hayes

      Helen Hayes' career in entertainment surpasses most others in years as well as in achievements. She began acting at the age of five and didn't stop until she was 85. Helen is one of only two women to receive all four prestigious entertainment awards: a Tony, Oscar, Emmy and Grammy. In 1983, the Helen Hayes Awards were established, encouraging other aspiring actors and actresses to reach for ...

    11. st "Successful Dog Breeding" by Chris Walkowicz & Bonnie Wilcox

      This is the first breeding book that tells you all you need to know, while discouraging nonessential breeding. It is a joyous celebration of life.

    12. st 1st. Printing: "Sunrise at Campobello" by Dore Schary

      This is a play about the famous Franklin Roosevelt by the famous Dore Schary starring the famous Ralph Bellamy. Who knows, if you buy this book, you too may become famous. This is an Ex-lib copy in good plus condition. FIRST PRINTING: 109 pages. Free shipping inside the USA.

    13. st 2nd Printing: "No Time for Sergeants (the Play) by Ira Levin

      An expanded version of the play opened on Broadway at the Alvin Theatre on October 20, 1955, produced by Maurice Evans and directed by Morton DaCosta. Griffith and McCormick reprised their roles, and Don Knotts made his Broadway debut as Corporal Manual Dexterity. Scenic designer Peter Larkin won a Tony Award in 1956, and Andy Griffith was nominated for a Tony for Best Featured Actor. The ...

    14. st 1927 Edition: "The King's Henchman" By Edna St. Vincent Milay

      Throughout much of her career, Pulitzer Prize-winner Edna St. Vincent Millay was one of the most successful and respected poets in America. She is noted for both her dramatic works, including Aria da capo, The Lamp and the Bell, and the libretto composed for an opera, The King's Henchman, and for such lyric verses as "Renascence" and the poems found in the collections A Few Figs From Thistles ...

    15. st 1st Edition: "Of Flight and Life" by Charles A. Lindberg

      Book Summary:"The personality and insight of a unique individual-one whose experience of flight and life has been unique-give a strange force and significance to this little book in which an airman, who is also a student of science, attempts to clarify the crisis the world faces, to communicate with men and women of similar concern, to search for a solution. The flight of his thought, in ...

    16. st "Life History of an American Naturalist" Francis B. Sumner

      Delightfully uninhibited and worldly is this liffe history of an American Naturalist, Francis B. Sumner, whose life reads like a contemporary comment on life itself--with rare and humanly interesting passages on education, philosophy, religion, sex, and scientific research. Published in 1945 with 298 pages.

    17. st  "Gunning for Justice" by Gerry Spence

      Gerry Spence (b. January 8, 1929, Laramie, Wyoming) is a trial lawyer in the United States. In 2008, he announced he would retire, at age 79, at the end of the Geoffrey Fieger trial in Detroit, MI. Spence states that he has never lost a criminal case either as a prosecutor or a defense attorney. He has not lost a civil case since 1969."[1][2] However, Spence lost a criminal case in a bench ...

    18. st 1st Edition: "Abba Eban - An Autobiography"

      Abba Eban (Hebrew: אבא אבן‎, born Aubrey Solomon Meir Eban, 2 February 1915 – 17 November 2002) was an Israeli diplomat and politician. In his career he was Israeli Foreign Affairs Minister, Education Minister, Deputy Prime Minister, and ambassador to the United States and to the United Nations. He was also Vice President of the United Nations General Assembly and President of the Weizmann ...

    19. st circa 1891 Edition: "The Tragedies of Aeschylos" by E.H.Plumptre

      Aeschylus (Ancient Greek: Αἰσχύλος, Aiskhulos; c. 525/524 BC – c. 455/456 BC) was the first of the three ancient Greek tragedians whose work has survived, the others being Sophocles and Euripides, and is often described as the father of tragedy.[1][2] His name derives from the Greek word aiskhos (αἶσχος), meaning "shame".[3] According to Aristotle, he expanded the number of characters in ...

    20. st First Printing- "My Crowd" by Chas Addams

      This cartoon book was so popular it became the subject of movies.