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We buy and sell old books, vintage books, collectible books, rare books, first edition books, and related ephemera. We maintain several specialties. Among them are American fiction first editions from c.1900 to the present. Within that general field, we have heavy emphasis in John Steinbeck and Steinbeckiana. Thus, we buy and sell Steinbeck primary first editions in dust jackets, signed/limited editions, his appearances in anthologies, his periodical appearances, books and periodicals about Steinbeck, film and theatre memorabilia, bibliographies, and miscellaneous items.

We also specialize in these same categories for these authors -- Jack London, Wallace Stegner, and Stephen King. Other specialties include Western Americana, books on California and the West, Photography books, books on Japan, China, and the Orient, and Armed Services Editions. The latter are vintage paperbacks issued to American GIs from 1943 to 1947. They are comprised of mysteries, Westerns, science fiction and fantasy, mainstream fiction, historical novels, science, poetry, adventure stories, and more.

Within our field of modern first editions, we also sell related film memorabilia Thus, we sell film posters, lobby card sets, pressbooks, stills, scripts, etc. for films made from the works of authors we carry such as John Steinbeck, Jack London, Ernest Hemingway, William Faulkner, Raymond Chandler, Zane Grey, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Stephen King, Edward Abbey, Anne Rice, and many others.

Steinbeck, John. Cup of Gold. NY, Robert M. McBride, 1929, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. First issue of Author's First Book, a historical novel of the purple prose school about the life of Sir Henry Morgan, pirate, this is the first issue with the top edge stained blue and with an extra blank leaf at the end, Goldstone & Payne A1a, Morrow 1, a very scarce book, especially with the garish dust jacket illustrated by Mahlon Blaine, even Steinbeck himself did not own a copy of this book, the inscription by Steinbeck on the copy at San Jose State University reads, "I wish I had a copy of this edition--John Steinbeck," this is one of only 1,537 copies actually bound, even better, this is an Author Presentation Copy and very probably the last of the close family copies to come to the marketplace being Inscribed to his older sister, Elizabeth Ainsworth ("For my sister/Beth whom/I love/very much/John Steinbeck"), she has also signed the book, nearly all the other close family copies are now in institutions. As one might expect of a family copy, this book was well read by his sister and her family, while far from pristine, it is nevertheless an outstandingly collectible copy of the first order, good. JD6522

$65,000.00

[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. The Pearl. RKO, 1948, first edition. A complete set of this film based on John Steinbeck's classic novella, the film starred Pedro Armendariz and Maria Elena Marques, good use of Steinbeck's name on the title card and all the scene cards, Steinbeck is credited on the title card with writing the screenplay (along with director Emilio Fernandez and Jack Wagner), none of these posters were in the Goldstone collection, but see Goldstone & Payne E15, not recorded by Morrow, any of these posters are scarce, but a complete set is extremely scarce as well as desirable. Minor use.

$1500

[John Steinbeck] Steinbeck, John.Their Blood Is Strong. San Francisco, Simon J. Lubin Society of California, April 1938, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This true first edition, sold originally at 25 cents, is one of the most elusive of Steinbeck's first editions, with the famous front cover photo by Dorthea Lange of the mother suckling her child, the book was a precursor to Steineck's publishing his masterpiece, The Grapes of Wrath, Goldstone & Payne A10a, Morrow 86. A very good copy.

$2000

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[Steinbeckiana] Adams, Frederick B., Jr. The Crow's Nest. NY, The Colophon: New Series, Spring 1938, first edition. Illustrated cloth over boards, includes a note within The Crow's Nest section under Advertising Announcements about John Steinbeck's Nothing So Monstrous which the Pynson Printers had published in 1936, page 326, Goldstone & Payne G4, Morrow 559. Very good. JD28476
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Adams, Frederick, Jr. The Crow's Nest. NY, The Colophon: New Graphic Series, June 1939, first edition. Printed and illustrated boards, includes bibliographic notes on John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath and material about his Their Blood Is Strong, pages 106-107, laid in loosely is a rather insistent subscription flyer and return envelope, Goldstone & Payne G7, Morrow 562. Aged and a bit of rub/wear, else fine. JD28474
$60.00
[Steinbeckiana] Adams, Frederick, Jr. The Crow's Nest. NY, The Colophon: New Graphic Series, March 1939, first edition. Printed and illustrated boards, Adams corrects earlier published information as to the true authorship of poems by Amnesia Glasscock in "The Monterey Beacon" (it wasn't John Steinbeck--it was his wife) and talks a bit about Steinbeck's first book, Cup of Gold, page 112, a prospectus for the Colophon: New Graphic Series is laid in loosely, Goldstone & Payne G6, Morrow 561. Aged, else fine. JD28475
$60.00
[Steinbeckiana] Adams, J. Donald. The Shape of Books to Come. NY, Viking, 1944, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. He mentions John Steinbeck, pages 131-132, in addition to material on The Grapes of Wrath, pages 136-140, other mentions on pages 173 and 185, Goldstone & Payne F14, Morrow 580. Owner's brief ink presentation and date, else fine in a very good jacket. JD28486
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Albee, Edward. A Delicate Balance. NY, Atheneum, 1966, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. This Pulitzer Prize-winning play is dedicated to his friend, John Steinbeck, with "affection and admiration," not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Foxing to fore edge, else fine. JD28577
$100.00
[Steinbeckiana] Albee, Edward. A Delicate Balance. NY, Samuel French, n.d. (1967), first edition thus, wrappers. Softcover. This is the first acting edition, it includes Albee's dedication to his friend, John Steinbeck, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morow. Fine. JD28579
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Albee, Edward. A Delicate Balance. London, Jonathan Cape, 1968, first British edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Pulitzer Prize winner, dedicated to his friend, John Steinbeck, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good plus copy of a rather cheap production. JD28580
$85.00
[Steinbeckiana] Anonymous. A Novelist Wins the Critics' Prize for Best Play of the Year. Chicago, Life, May 2, 1938, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. The article notes that John Steinbeck's play, Of Mice and Men, won the New York Drama Critics Circle Award, page 32, also includes two photos from the play, also includes a large photo of Steinbeck (then probably working on The Grapes of Wrath) with text noting that he still had not seen the play dramatization, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Near fine. JD28442
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Anonymous. Barred. NY, Newsweek, November 27, 1939, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This short piece is listed under the "Transitions" column, page 42, which notes that John Steinbeck's novel, The Grapes of Wrath, was banned by an Illinois library board on grounds of obscenity, the board also ordered that its three copies of the book be burned, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Near fine. JD28420
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] Anonymous. Books. NY, The New Yorker, April 15, 1939, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Includes a review of John Steinbeck's masterpiece, The Grapes of Wrath, pages 101-102, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fine. JD28397
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] Anonymous. Books. NY, The New Yorker, April 15, 1939, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Includes a review of John Steinbeck's masterpiece, The Grapes of Wrath, pages 101-102, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good. JD32249
$10.00
[Steinbeckiana] Anonymous. Collier's 1965 Year Book. n.p. (NY), Crowell-Collier, 1965, first edition. This hardcover was issued without dust jacket, it covers the year 1964, it notes that John Steinbeck's visit to Finland caused considerable discussion, page 234, it also notes that he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, page 454, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good. JD28573
$10.00
[Steinbeckiana] Anonymous. History-Question Mark. Chicago, The Book Collector's Packet, June 1939, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This monthly miscellany of fine press books, bibliography, typography, etc. was printed and published by The Black Cat Press which also printed Harry Thornton Moore's The Novels of John Steinbeck, this anecdotal section, "By A Wife," page 16, notes that she has been busy, "...the Steinbeck title alone being more than enough to keep me busy. Novels of John Steinbeck, a study of his writings and bibliography, is having a wide sale, for many people consider Steinbeck to best of the present day writers," not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fine. JD28399
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Anonymous. Is "The Grapes of Wrath" Too Hot for Hollywood?. NY, Look, October 24, 1939, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Interesting reportage of the controversy regarding the book, 20th Century-Fox producer Darryl F. Zanuck reports that the film will be made, photo-illustrated, pages 12-15, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good plus. JD28422
$30.00
[Steinbeckiana] Anonymous. Movie of the Week: Lifeboat. Chicago, Life, January 31, 1944, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. A review of this film directed by Alfred Hitchcock based on a story by John Steinbeck, pages 76-81, illustrated with 20 photos from the controversial film, Steinbeck hated what Hitchcock had done to his story and tried desperately, and unsuccessfully, to have his name removed from any mention of the film, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good plus. JD28455
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Anonymous. Movie of the Week: The Grapes of Wrath. Chicago, Life, January 22, 1940, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Includes text about the John Ford film version of John Steinbeck's novel as well as still photos and a Thomas Hart Benton lithograph, pages 29-31, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good plus. JD28448
$27.50
[Steinbeckiana] Anonymous. Movie of the Week: Tortilla Flat. Chicago, Life, June 1, 1942, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This article on the film version of John Steinbeck's novel features eight b&w stills from that film which starred Hedy Lamarr, Spencer Tracy, John Garfield, and Frank Morgan, pages 39-41, Ms. Lamarr is also featured in a giant photo on the front cover of the magazine, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good. JD28453
$30.00
[Steinbeckiana] Anonymous. Of Mice and Men: New Yorkers Flock to See A Brutal Stage Murder. Chicago, Life, December 13, 1937, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Text about and photos of the Broadway production of John Steinbeck's play, pages 44-46, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Good. JD28441
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Anonymous. Publisher's Note. n.p. (NY), n.p. (Viking), n.d. (1940), first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This is an appendix added to the12th printing of John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath detailing the book's first year after its initial publication April 14, 1939, 8 pages, includes a bibliography at the end, this separate printing is not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good. JD28483
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Anonymous. Speaking of Pictures. Chicago, Life, February 19, 1940, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Article on the John Ford-directed film version of John Steinbeck's novel, The Grapes of Wrath, pages 10-11, text and 12 photo illustrations comparing earlier "Life" photos to stills from the film version, rather striking comparisons, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Nearly fine. JD28449
$27.50
[Steinbeckiana] Anonymous. Steinbeck: Prophet With Honor In His Country. San Francisco, The Coast, December 1937, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. General text about Steinbeck, page 14, with a full-page photo of him by Sonya Noskowiak, page 15, this is the Vol. 1, No. 1 issue, scarce, although there is nothing by Steinbeck, it is recorded in Goldstone & Payne as C25, G&P states this is his first periodical recognition, not recorded by Morrow, this copy stamped SAMPLE on front cover. Very good. JD31856
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Anonymous. The Golden Home and High School Encyclopedia. NY, Golden Press, 1961, first edition. Decorative boards, issued without dust jacket, this is Vol. 17 of a set, includes a brief biography and photo of John Steinbeck, page 2434, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow, bookplate of noted bibliophile Jackie Koenig. Very good plus. JD28552
$7.50
[Steinbeckiana] Anonymous. The Grapes of Wrath. Des Moines, Look, January 16, 1940, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Article previews the John Ford film version of John Steinbeck's masterpiece novel, pages 52-55, text illustrated with still photos from the film and a map which traces the Joad family's trek, story teaser and Steinbeck photo page 3, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good-plus. JD28443
$30.00
[Steinbeckiana] Anonymous. The Grapes of Wrath. Philadelphia, Click, March 1941, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Back cover advertises John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath, along with Pride and Prejudice, as best sellers available to new members of the Book League of America, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Near fine. JD28451
$15.00
[Steinbeckiana] Anonymous. The National Book Awards. NY, National Book Foundation, 1992, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. It lists finalists and winners from 1950 to 1991, it also notes those who were given special citations, it notes that John Steinbneck was nominated for East of Eden in 1953, page 5, and also for Sweet Thursday in 1955, page 6. Fine. JD28955
$12.50
[Steinbeckiana] Anonymous. untitled. NY, Theatre Arts, March 1940, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Includes brief text on the film version of Of Mice and Men, 213, illustrated with a photo that shows stars Burgess Meredith and Lon Chaney, Jr., also includes brief text on the film version of The Grapes of Wrath, 214, illustrated with a photo from the film, front cover illustrated by James Thurber (from The Male Animal). Very good. JD32253
$15.00
[Steinbeckiana] Anonymous. Viva Zapata!. London, Picture Show & Film Pictorial, April 26, 1952, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This is a "paper for people who go to pictures," includes an 11-photo array from the film that starred Marlon Brando, Jean Peters, and Anthony Quinn, all of whom are pictured, page 8, Brando and his success is also mentioned on page 3, the magazine cover features a huge close up of Brando and Peters, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Rusted staples, very good. JD28435
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Anonymous. Viva Zapata!. Chicago, Life, February 25, 1952, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. A review of this film that starred Marlon Brando, directed by Elia Kazan, screenplay by John Steinbeck, pages 59-61, 64, text and photos from the film, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Four tiny holes from previous binding, else very good. JD28468
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Arthur, Robert. Of Mice and Men. NY, Screen Romances, March 1940, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This fictionalization is based on the film version of John Steinbeck's novel, photo-illustrated, pages 64, 66-67, the photos are from the film version that starred Burgess Meredith, Lon Chaney, Jr., and Betty Field, a color illustration of Meredith and Field graces the cover of this movie magazine whose "stories" are based on films, this issue also includes a preview of the film version of The Grapes of Wrath which is also illustrated with stills from that film with captions by Marcella Moore, pages 32-33, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. A bright, clean copy with some wear at the bottom of the spine. JD28417
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] Astro, Richard. John Steinbeck and Edward F. Ricketts The Shaping of a Novelist. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 1973, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. An important book that is the key to understanding the Ricketts influence on Steinbeck, vital to any Steinbeck or Ricketts collection, photo-illustrated, a very scarce book that seldom comes on the market, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne, Morrow 629. Top edge and fore edge foxed, else fine in a near fine jacket. JD28736
$300.00
[Steinbeckiana] Astro, Richard. John Steinbeck and Edward F. Ricketts The Shaping of a Novelist. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 1973, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. An important book that is the key to understanding the Ricketts influence on Steinbeck, vital to any Steinbeck or Ricketts collection, photo-illustrated, a very scarce book that seldom comes on the market, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne, Morrow 629. Near fine. JD30513
$300.00
[Steinbeckiana] Baker, Denys Val (editor). Writers of Today. London, Sidgwick & Jackson, 1946, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Includes a chapter on John Steinbeck by Bernard Raymond, pages 122-138, also includes chapters on Aldous Huxley, Graham Greene, Andre Gide, James Joyce, J. B. Priestley, T. S. Eliot, and others, Goldstone & Payne F17, not recorded by Morrow. Very good. JD28491
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Bast, William. James Dean. NY, Ballantine Books, 1956, first edition thus, dust jacket. Hardcover. This is the first hardcover edition, it was published simultaneously with the paperback, these Ballantine hardcover are a collectible themselves and this is one of the most scarce and desirable, jacket with a haunting photo of Dean which is also used as the frontispiece, naturally it covers the period of his first starring role in John Steinbeck's East of Eden. Very good. JD28518
$500.00
[Steinbeckiana] Benchley, Nathaniel. Side Street. NY, Harcourt, Brace, 1950, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Author's First Book, he is the son of humorist Robert Benchley and the father of Peter Benchley (he of Jaws fame), the book includes stories about growing up in New York with the John Steinbeck family (see page 633 in The True Adventures of John Steinbeck, Writer by Jackson J. Benson), not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or the Morrow catalogue. Fine. JD28504
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Benchley, Nathaniel. The Monument. NY, McGraw-Hill, 1966, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. A satiric novel by the son of humorist Robert Benchley, the dedication page reads, "FOR/J. E. Steinbeck/for precisely one hundred and three reasons," not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fine. JD28292
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Benet, William Rose. Apple Pickers' Strike. NY, Saturday Review, February 1, 1936, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. A very positive review of John Steinbeck's fifth book, In Dubious Battle, page 10, with a photo of Steinbeck, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or the Morrow catalogue. Minor age, else fine. JD28382
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Benson, Jackson J. Looking For Steinbeck's Ghost. Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1988, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. A rather personal account of his research that went into his massive and definitive Steinbeck biography (The True Adventures of John Steinbeck, Writer), illustrated with photos, this copy Inscribed by Benson. Top and fore edges foxed, else fine, unread. JD28943
$65.00
[Steinbeckiana] Benson, Jackson J. The True Adventures of John Steinbeck, Writer. NY, Viking, 1984, first edition, dust jacket . Hardcover. This is The Bible of all John Steinbeck biographies, it was 12 years in the research and writing, followed by another three years in getting it published, there are several suites of photo illustrations, a great accomplishment, this is an Association Copy of the highest order, this copy is Inscribed by Benson in the year of publication to fellow Steinbeck scholar Robert DeMott ("Salinas, Ca./August 3, 1984/II International Congress/For Bob DeMott,/a Steinbeck scholar/longer than I,/with affection,/Jack Benson) at the II International Steinbeck Congress in combination with the annual Steinbeck Festival in Salinas, Steinbeck's hometown, DeMott has been among the best of Steinbeck scholars for decades and is easily the most accessible writer who can explain and expound on Steinbeck in something other than English professor-speak, he was acting director of the Steinbeck Research Center at San Jose State University at the time of this book's publication, he helped launch "The Steinbeck Quarterly," a mostly scholarly publication dedicated to Steinbeck, he is also the author of a trilogy of books on Steinbeck beginning with his influential Steinbeck's Reading published in 1984, followed by Working Days which follows Steinbeck's own journal kept while writing The Grapes of Wrath, that was followed by Steinbeck's Typewriter, he also wrote the introduction to his friend Jim Harrison's bibliography, laid in loosely is an announcement of this massive biography from Viking. Color fade to the jacket, mostly along the spine panel, as is so common with this title, else a very solid copy of a bulky book. JD32021
$225.00
[Steinbeckiana] Benson, Jackson J. The True Adventures of John Steinbeck, Writer. NY, Viking, 1984, first edition, dust jacket . Hardcover. This is The Bible of all John Steinbeck biographies, it was 12 years in the research and writing, followed by another three years in getting it published, there are several suites of photo illustrations, a great accomplishment. Rockwell Kent-designed bookplate signed and dated (year of publication) by former owner, color fade to the jacket, mostly along the spine panel, as is so common with this title, else a very solid copy of a bulky book. JD32057
$65.00
[Steinbeckiana] Benson, Jackson J. The True Adventures of John Steinbeck, Writer. NY, Viking, 1984, first edition, dust jacket . Hardcover. This is The Bible of all John Steinbeck biographies, it was 12 years in the research and writing, followed by another three years in getting it published, there are several suites of photo illustrations, a great accomplishment, this is a Review Copy with review slip, scarce thus, also includes a publicity photo of an aging Steinbeck (with cigarette, as usual) from 1962, also includes publicity release from Viking about this massive (1,000+ pages) book. Very good. JD32222
$125.00
[Steinbeckiana] Beyer, Preston (compiler). Essays on Collecting John Steinbeck Books. Bradenton, Opuscula Press, 1989, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Includes seven essays on Steinbeck books and on Steinbeck himself by Beyer, Dr. Tetsumaro Hayashi, Kiyoshi Nakayama, Lee Richard Hayman, Calton A. (Dook) Sheffield, Dr. Robert DeMott, and Roy S. Simmonds, this is No. 96 of 300 numbered copies, this copy Signed by Hayashi, Hayman, and DeMott, this is a presentation from the publisher, Robert F. Hanson with his inscribed business card laid in loosely. Fine. JD28939
$100.00
[Steinbeckiana] Bigay, Rhu. Poster. Salinas, Salinas Public Library, 1983, first edition. This poster by artist Bigay measures 20X30 inches, it was produced to promote the 1983 Steinbeck Festival in Salinas, CA, Steinbeck's hometown, it is one of 250 copies, Signed by Rhu Bigay. Fine. JD28348
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Bogardus, Ralph F. and Hobson, Fred (editors). Literature at the Barricades, the American Writer in the 1930s. University, University of Alabama Press, 1984, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Includes Steinbeck, the People and the Party by Sylvia Jenkins Cook, with a prospectus for the book and a letter from the Press presenting this copy. As new in publisher's shrink wrap. JD28901
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] Bracher, Frederick. Steinbeck and the Biological View of Man. Stanford, The Pacific Spectator, Winter 1948, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Vol. 2, No. 1, article on pages 14-29, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow, inside front cover is Signed by Wallace Stegner, one of this Stanford University publication's editors. Light wear and soiling. JD28432
$60.00
[Steinbeckiana] Braithwaite, Bruce. The Films of Marlon Brando. NY, The Confiscian Press/Beaufort Books, 1982, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This concentrates more on his early and late films, but it does include a section on his middle period, including his work in John Steinbeck's Viva Zapata!, page 72. Fine. JD28882
$15.00
[Steinbeckiana] Bronson, Orval. Burning Brightly. Nevada City, Orval Bronson, 2000, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. No. 209 of 1,000 numbered copies printed on acid-free paper, this is a study of plays written by John Steinbeck, includes performance data, cast information, performance and production photos, etc., this copy Signed by Bronson. Very fine. JD29430
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Burnett, Whit and Hallie (editors). 19 Tales of Terror. NY, Bantam Books, January 1957, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. No. A1550, a paperback original that includes John Steinbeck's The White Quail, 15-25, text from The Long Valley, Goldstone & Payne B99, not recorded by Morrow, also includes contributions by Isak Dinesen, Lord Dunsany, W. Somerset Maugham, and others, cover art by Tom Hill. Ink name and owner's tick marks on contents page, else fine. JD4714
$10.00
[Steinbeckiana] Burnett, Whit and Hallie (editors). 19 Tales of Terror. NY, Bantam Books, January 1957, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. No. A1550, a paperback original that includes John Steinbeck's The White Quail, 15-25, text from The Long Valley, Goldstone & Payne B99, not recorded by Morrow, also includes contributions by Isak Dinesen, Lord Dunsany, W. Somerset Maugham, and others, cover art by Tom Hill. Rip from first preliminary, else fine. JD29601
$15.00
[Steinbeckiana] Burrows, Michael. John Steinbeck and His Films. St. Austell, Cornwall, Primestyle, Ltd., 1970, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Third in the Formative Films series, photo-illustrated, Goldstone & Payne F65, Morrow 614. Corner bump, fine. JD28705
$65.00
[Steinbeckiana] Caen, Herb. One Man's San Francisco. Garden City, Doubleday, 1976, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. A compilation of Caen's columnms in the San Francisco Chronicle, including one called A Crock of Chrysanthemums, a very funny column about John Steinbeck, pages 104-106, he mentions Steinbeck in other columns, too, not recorded by Morrow. Fine in a near fine jacket. JD28807
$30.00
[Steinbeckiana] Canby, Henry Seidel. Casuals of the Road. NY, Saturday Review, February 27, 1937, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. A review of John Steinbeck's novel, Of Mice and Men, page 7, Canby praises the book quite highly, photo of Steinbeck by Sonya Noskourak and a quote from the review are featured on the magazine's front cover, this was published on what was Steinbeck's 35th birthday, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Previous owner's ink name, address, and date, else fine. JD28384
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Capa, Robert. Images of War. NY, Paragraphic Books, n.d. (1964), first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Includes Robert Capa An Appreciation by John Steinbeck (his photographer for A Russian Journal), page 7, Goldstone & Payne B139, not recorded by Morrow. Uniform soiling to wrappers, else fine. JD29673
$30.00
[Steinbeckiana] Capp, Al. The World of Li'l Abner. NY, Ballantine Books, 1953, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. No. 8, a paperback original, introduction by John Steinbeck which is excerpted on rear cover, foreword by Charles Chaplin, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good plus. JD30927
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Ciment, Michel. Kazan on Kazan. NY, Viking, 1974, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Famed director Elia Kazan provides extensive interviews with a French film critic, including much on two films derived from the works of John Steinbeck, Viva Zapata! and East of Eden, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow, photo illustrated, issued in both paper and hardcover bindings, this hardcover is scarce. Foxing to fore edge, else near fine. JD28752
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Cleland, Robert Glass. From Wilderness to Empire. NY, Knopf, 1959, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Black cloth with a mostly black jacket, this combined and revised edition of Cleland's From Wilderness to Empire: A History of California, 1542-1900 and California In Our Time, 1900-1940 was edited by Glenn S. Dumke, it includes half-tone illustrations and maps, it discusses John Steinbeck and The Grapes of Wrath pages 375-376, 395-396, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fine in a very good plus jacket. JD28531
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] Cleland, Robert Glass. From Wilderness to Empire. NY, Knopf, 1959, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Brick red cloth with a mostly red jacket, this combined and revised edition of Cleland's From Wilderness to Empire: A History of California, 1542-1900 and California In Our Time, 1900-1940 was edited by Glenn S. Dumke, it includes half-tone illustrations and maps, it discusses John Steinbeck and The Grapes of Wrath pages 375-376, 395-396, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fine in a very good plus jacket. JD28532
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] Clurman, Harold. Famous American Plays of the 1930s. NY, Dell, 1959, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. A paperback original, No. LX 117, includes John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men, pages 297-383, it also incluides William Saroyan's The Time of Your Life, Clifford Odets, and others, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Near fine. JD29613
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] Committee on College Reading. Good Reading. NY, Penguin Books, 1947, first edition thus, wrappers. Softcover. No. P19 in the Pelican series, a descriptive guide to more than 1,000 books, sponsored by the Council of Teachers of English with the help of many well known writers, it gives very brief descriptions, includes John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath, Of Mice and Men, and Tortilla Flat, page 130, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne, Morrow 582. Minor age, near fine. JD28501
$15.00
[Steinbeckiana] Conrad, Barnaby. Fun While It Lasted. NY, Random House, 1969, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Illustrated, it was Conrad who made John Steinbeck's short story, Flight, into a film, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fine. JD28702
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Conrad, Barnaby. Fun While It Lasted. London, Michael Joseph, 1970, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Illustrated by Conrad, artist, writer, bullfighter, and maker of the film version of John Steinbeck's short story, Flight, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. One line on copyright page blacked out with offsetting to flytitle, foxing to edges, jacket clipped, else very nice. JD28709
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Cournos, John and Norton, Sybil. Famous Modern American Novelists. NY, Dodd, Mead, 1952, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Includes chapters on and photos of Willa Cather, Sinclair Lewis, Pearl Buck, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, Margaret Mitchell, and others, including John Steinbeck Champion of the Downtrodden, pages 151-157, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good plus. JD28509
$30.00
[Steinbeckiana] Crouch, Steve. Steinbeck Country. Palo Alto, American West Publishing, 1973, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Profusely illustrated with photos by Crouch who also provides the text about John Steinbeck, also includes excerpts from Steinbeck's works, includes American West's catalogue which lists this book among others, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fine, especially scarce in this condition. JD28768
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Crouch, Steve. Steinbeck Country. Palo Alto, American West Publishing, 1973, first edition. This de luxe edition was issued without dust jacket, but with publisher's slipcase, cloth with imitation leather spine and ribbon place marker, text and photo illustrations by Crouch, also includes excerpts from many of John Steinbeck's works, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne, Morrow 631. Fine. JD28774
$65.00
[Steinbeckiana] Dalton, David. James Dean The Mutant King. San Francisco, Straight Arrow Books, 1974, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Photo-illustrated, includes many references to John Steinbeck and Dean's role in the film version of Steinbeck's East of Eden, Dean's first film role, pages 152, 157-158, 160-162, 174, 183, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fine in a very good plus jacket. JD28757
$60.00
[Steinbeckiana] Dalton, David. James Dean The Mutant King. NY, Dell, 1975, first edition thus, wrappers. Softcover. Illustrated with more than 100 photos, it discusses his work in the film version of John Steinbeck's East of Eden, his first film role, pages 173, 179, 182-184, 197, 207, not recorded by Morrow. Near fine. JD28799
$15.00
[Steinbeckiana] Davenport, Basil. Bombs Away. NY, Book-of-the-Month Club News, December 1942, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. A review of John Steinbeck's Bombs Away, pages 7-8, apparently the response was so poor that BOMC never printed its own version of Bombs Away, although it did distribute copies it purchased from the original publisher, Viking, that are identical to Viking's first trade edition, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fine. JD28427
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Davidson, Marshall B. The Writers' America. NY, American Heritage Publishing Company, 1973, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Presents material by and about American authors from the past, such as Willa Cather, William Faulkner, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, Sinclair Lewis, Robinson Jeffers, and John Steinbeck, among others, Steinbeck material on pages 342-344, 358, 380, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fine in a near fine jacket. JD28773
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Davis, Elmer. The Steinbeck Country. NY, Saturday Review, September 24, 1938, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. He reviews John Steinbeck's short story collection, The Long Valley, page 11, it also includes Jack London--Wonder Boy by T. K. Whipple, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Library stamp, else very good plus. JD28398
$15.00
[Steinbeckiana] Davis, Robert Con. Twentieth Century Interpretations of The Grapes of Wrath. Englewood Cliffs, Prentice-Hall, 1982, third printing, dust jacket. Hardcover. Includes essays by Peter Lisca, Warren French, and others, this copy Inscribed by French. Top edge foxed, else fine. JD29008
$15.00
[Steinbeckiana] DeMott, Dr. Robert J. Steinbeck's Reading. NY, Garland Publishing, 1984, first edition. Issued without dust jacket, printed on 250-year-life acid-free paper, a very important and influential book about the books that John Steinbeck read and which may have influenced him and his writing, this a very scarce book that seldom comes on the market, long out of print, according to DeMott, the print-run for this book was between 250 and 500 copies, this was one of his own personally-retained copies, Signed by DeMott on the title page below his crossed-out printed name, DeMott has also penned a quote from Steinbeck on the title page below his signature ("There are never enough books."--/Steinbeck), together with: Among the Brilliants of Books: Steinbeck's Reading in his later career, a slim broadside, c.3.75X9 inches, tipped onto plain brown wrappers, being an announcement for the Sept. 17, 1985 meeting of the Roxburghe Club where DeMott spoke about his then-recent book. Near fine. JD32022
$550.00
[Steinbeckiana] DeMott, Robert. "A Great Black Book" East of Eden and Gunn's New Family Physician. n.p., American Studies, Fall 1981, first edition, stapled sheets. This is an off-print of DeMott's article, pages 41-57 only, encompassing just his article, DeMott writes that Steinbeck used John Gunn's book, Gunn's New Family Physician (the great black book), in researching and writing his novel, East of Eden, "as a means of deepening the artistic portrait and creative legacy of his maternal grandfather Samuel Hamilton (who owned a copy of Gunn's book), as a source for several kinds of information, and as a model for certain aspects of human behavior which he hoped to preserve for his own children," this copy is a presentation from DeMott, being Inscribed "For Jim--Read this & you/don't have to come to my/talk on March 8th! But then/you won't get a dinner after--/Best, Bob DeMott". Staples are rusting, else fine. JD28444
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] DeMott, Robert. John Steinbeck: A Checklist of Books By and About. Bradenton, Opuscula Press, 1987, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Frontispiece illustration of Steinbeck by Cochrane, with an order form and prospectus from the publisher laid in loosley, this is No. 15 of 200 numbered copies, DeMott who was then head of the Steinbeck Research Center at San Jose State University covers both primary and secondary works. Fine. JD28931
$100.00
[Steinbeckiana] Detro, Gene. Gripes of Wrath. San Francisco, "California Living", Jan. 22, 1984, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. 12, article on the flap over Jackson Benson's biography, The True Adventures of John Steinbeck, Writer, photo of Steinbeck. Fine. JD684
$5.00
[Steinbeckiana] Dick, Bernard F. The Star-Spangled Screen The American World War II Film. Lexington, University Press of Kentucky, 1985, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Review Copy with review slip, includes material on several films made from the works of John Steinbeck, including The Grapes of Wrath, Lifeboat, A Medal for Benny, The Moon Is Down. Slight foxing to top and fore edges, else fine. JD28916
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] Dillon, Richard. Impressions of Bohemia. Carmel, Pacific Rim Galleries, 1986, first edition. Boxed folio, one of 125 copies, includes 12 numbered portrait etchings Signed by artist Jack Coughlin, all the subjects were associated with the Monterey Peninsula area, they include Ansel Adams, Mary Austin, Robinson Jeffers, Sinclair Lewis, Jack London, and others, including John Steinbeck, includes an excerpt from their writings of each subject, this copy Inscribed by the publisher, Jim Johnson, published at $585. Fine. JD28779
$485.00
[Steinbeckiana] Ditsky, John (editor). Critical Essays on Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath. Boston, G. K. Hall, 1989, first edition. Issued without dust jacket, printed on acid-free paper, issued as part of a series on critical essays with this book devoted to Steinbeck and his masterpiece, The Grapes of Wrath, articles and essays by such scholars as Ditsky, Jackson J. Benson, Louis Owens, Warren French, Peter Lisca, etc., this copy Inscribed by Ditsky. Fine. JD28945
$65.00
[Steinbeckiana] Ditsky, John. John Steinbeck Life Work, And Criticism. Fredericton, York Press, 1985, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Issued as part of the York Press "Authoritative Studies in World Literature" with a prospectus for the series laid in loosely, this copy Signed by Ditsky. Fine. JD28910
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Donohue, Agnes McNeill (editor). A Casebook on The Grapes of Wrath. NY, Thomas Y. Crowell, 1968, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Includes essays on John Steinbeck's masterpiece as both social document and literature by Malcolm Cowley, Carey McWilliams, Christopher Isherwood, Peter Lisca, Warren French, and others, Goldstone & Payne F56, not recorded by Morrow. Nearly fine. JD28698
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Duffus, R. L. John Steinbeck's Heroic Tale. NY, The New York Times Book Review, March 8, 1942, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. A review of Steinbeck's novel, The Moon is Down, front cover and page 27, this is the lead review, with a giant cover photo of Steinbeck (unattributed, but by Sonja Noskowiak), it is quite a positive review, especially considering the controversy over the book, "a narrative of great dramatic intensity," not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow, scarce. Printed on cheap newsprint, water marked along the spine, else very good. JD29070
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Duffus, R. L. John Steinbeck's Heroic Tale. NY, The New York Times Book Review, March 8, 1942, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. A review of Steinbeck's novel, The Moon is Down, front cover and page 27, this is the lead review, with a giant cover photo of Steinbeck (unattributed, but by Sonja Noskowiak), it is quite a positive review, especially considering the controversy over the book, "a narrative of great dramatic intensity," not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow, scarce. Printed on cheap newsprint, folded as usual, else extremely nice. JD30929
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Dunbar, Maurice. Books and Collectors. Los Altos, The Book Nest, 1980, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Foreword by Warren Howell, illustrated by Edward D. Walker, this copy Inscribed by Dunbar. Top and fore edges foxed, else fine. JD29004
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Dunbar, Maurice. Books and Collectors. Los Altos, The Book Nest, 1980, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Foreword by Warren Howell, illustrated by Edward D. Walker, this copy Signed by Dunbar. Fine. JD30930
$30.00
[Steinbeckiana] Dunlap, Carol. California People. Salt Lake City, Peregrin Smith, 1982, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Brief biographies of Californians, it mentions John Steinbeck, 54, which is full of mis-spellings. Fine. JD29011
$12.50
[Steinbeckiana] Eells, George. Robert Mitchum. NY, Franklin Watts, 1984, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Photo illustrated, Mitchum starred in the film version of John Steinbeck's The Red Pony. Fine. JD28905
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] Eisinger, Chester E. Fiction of the Forties. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1963, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Includes material on John Steinbeck, pages 4, 10, 48, 50-51, 100-101, 185, 331, 333, and 369, also includes studies of many other writers, including Wallace Stegner who has Signed his rear jacket cover photo, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good plus. JD28565
$100.00
[Steinbeckiana] Erisman, Fred and Etulain, Richard W. (editors). Fifty Western Writers A Bio-Bibliographical Source Book. Westport, Greenwood Press, 1982, first edition. Issued without dust jacket, includes material on Edward Abbey, Mary Austin, Willa Cather, Zane Grey, Robinson Jeffers, Ken Kesey, Larry McMurtry, Jack London, Wallace Stegner (who, although not called for, has Signed his section, the John Steinbeck section is by Richard Astro, pages 477-487. Fine. JD28884
$100.00
[Steinbeckiana] Etulain, Richard W. A Bibliographical Guide to the Study of Western American Literature. Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press, 1982, first edition. Issued without dust jacket, Review Copy with compliments slip and postcard from the Press sales manager laid in loosely, an important reference work citing articles about John Steinbeck, among others, pages 253-263, also includes a Wallace Stegner section which Stegner has Signed. Fine. JD29003
$100.00
[Steinbeckiana] Fadiman, Clifton. Of Crabs and Men. NY, The New Yorker, December 6, 1941, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. A review of Sea of Cortez by John Steinbeck and Edward F. Ricketts, pages 107-108, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fine. JD28413
$17.50
[Steinbeckiana] Fensch, Thomas. Steinbeck and Covici The Story of a Friendship. Middlebury, Paul S. Eriksson, 1979, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Not only does this provide a biography of their friendship and the author-editor relationship, but it also includes enough letters between them to constitute a Steinbeck "A" item, this copy Inscribed by Fensch to noted Steinbeck collector/dealer Jim Johnson at the 1989 Steinbeck Festival in Salinas, the hometown of John Steinbeck, not recorded by Morrow. Fine. JD20231
$125.00
[Steinbeckiana] Fensch, Thomas. Steinbeck and Covici The Story of a Friendship. Middlebury, Paul S. Eriksson, 1979, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Not only does this provide a biography of their friendship and the author-editor relationship, but it also includes enough letters between them to constitute a Steinbeck "A" item, this copy Inscribed by Fensch to noted Steinbeck collector Orval Bronson at the 1988 Steinbeck Festival in Salinas, the hometown of John Steinbeck, not recorded by Morrow. Fine in a very good plus jacket. JD29455
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Fensch, Thomas. Steinbeck and Covici The Story of a Friendship. Middlebury, Paul S. Eriksson, 1979, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Not only does this provide a biography of their friendship and the author-editor relationship, but it also includes enough letters between them to constitute a Steinbeck "A" item, this copy Inscribed by Fensch at the 1988 Steinbeck Festival in Salinas, the hometown of John Steinbeck, not recorded by Morrow. Top edge a bit foxed, else near fine. JD30551
$85.00
[Steinbeckiana] Fisher, M. F. K. Here Let Us Feast. NY, Viking, 1946, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. A Book of Banquets includes an excerpt from John Steinbeck's Tortilla Flat, pages 457-465, Goldstone & Payne B44, Morrow 330, Fisher's is often thought of as a great food writer, and she is, but is is also a great writer, period. Fine in a very good plus jacket. JD29520
$125.00
[Steinbeckiana] Fontenrose, Joseph. John Steinbeck An Introduction and Interpretation. NY, Barnes & Noble, 1963, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. No. 8 in the American Authors & Critics Series, 1961 photo of Steinbeck as frontispiece, written by one of the most perceptive of Steinbeck's critics, Goldstone & Payne F50, Morrow 597, this copy Inscribed by the author. Near fine. JD28553
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Fontenrose, Joseph. Steinbeck's Unhappy Valley. Berkeley, Joseph Fontenrose, 1981, first edition, dust jacket. Softcover. A study of John Steinbeck's second book, The Pastures of Heaven, by this noted Steinbeck scholar, bound in wrappers with a dust jacket wrapped around, this copy with two Autographed Letters Signed from Fontenrose and a Typed Letter Signed by him laid in loosely, one of 380 copies. Top and fore edges foxed a bit, else fine. JD29006
$65.00
[Steinbeckiana] Ford, Dan. Pappy: The Life of John Ford. Englewood Cliffs, Prentice-Hall, 1979, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Photo-illustrated biography of this famed director by his grandson, includes discussion of John Steinbeck and the film version of his masterpiece, The Grapes of Wrath, which Ford directed, see pages 134, 141-146, and 148, also includes a double-spread photo portrait of the Joad family from his film version, not recorded by Morrow. Fine. JD28964
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Frank, Alan. The Screen Greats Marlon Brando. NY, Exeter Books, 1982, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Text about Brando plus numerous photos from his films, including one from the film version of John Steinbeck's Viva Zapata!. Fine. JD28783
$15.00
[Steinbeckiana] French, Warren. Filmguide to The Grapes of Wrath. Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1973, first edition. Issued both in wrappers and this very scarce hardcover, the hardcover was issued without dust jacket, French is one of the best of the Steinbeck scholars, this copy Inscribed by the author, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fine. JD28744
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] French, Warren. Filmguide to The Grapes of Wrath. Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1973, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. French is one of the best of the Steinbeck scholars, issued both in this wrappered edition and a very scarce hardcover, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne, Morrow 633, this was Graham Wilson's copy, Wilson was the chairman emeritus of the English Department at San Francisco State University and for years was a lecturer at the annual Steinbeck Festival in Steinbeck's hometown of Salinas. Light wear, else fine. JD28745
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] French, Warren. John Steinbeck. NY, Twayne Publishers, 1961, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Second book in Twayne's United States Author's Series, this copy Inscribed by French to Steinbeck bibliophile Jim Johnson at the Nantucket conference on Steinbeck and the environment in May 1992, see Goldstone & Payne F46 which doesn't differentiate between this scarce hardcover and the more common paperbound issue, not recorded by Morrow. Very good. JD28546
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] Galati, Frank. John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath. NY, Penguin Books, 1990, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Advance copy, an uncorrected proof, the script was adapted by Galati from Steinbeck's masterpiece novel, the play by the Steppenwolf Theatre Company of Chicago won the Tony Award as best Broadway play, very few of these proofs were produced. Fine. JD30216
$100.00
[Steinbeckiana] Galati, Frank. John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath. NY, Penguin Books, 1990, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This first trade edition (there was no trade hardcover) is illustrated with photos from the Broadway play production by the Steppenwolf Theatre Company of Chicago which won the Tony Award for the best Broadway play. Fine. JD30218
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] Gannett, Lewis. John Steinbeck Personal and Bibliographical Notes. NY, Viking, 1939, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Second issue with the erroneous frontispiece attribution (to Stjernstrom) blacked out and with Bo Beskov substituted, Goldstone & Payne F3, Morrow 567. Fine. JD5384
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] Gannett, Lewis. John Steinbeck Personal and Bibliographical Notes. NY, Viking, 1939, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Second issue with the erroneous frontispiece attribution (to Stjernstrom) blacked out and with Bo Beskov substituted, Goldstone & Payne F3, Morrow 567. Very good plus. JD30479
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Gannett, Lewis. John Steinbeck Personal and Bibliographical Notes. NY, Viking, 1939, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Third issue with the frontispiece attributed, correctly, to Bo Beskov and which reproduces in facsimile a letter from Steinbeck on Pacific Biological Laboratories stationery thanking the American Booksellers Association for selecting The Grapes of Wrath as its favorite novel of 1939, Goldstone & Payne F4, not recorded by Morrow, this issue is scarce. Fine. JD30934
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] Gardiner, Harold C. (editor). Fifty Years of the American Novel 1900-1950. NY, Scribners, 1951, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. A Christian appraisal with essays on Edith Wharton, Theodore Dreiser, Willa Cather, Sinclair Lewis, F. Scott Fitzgerald, William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway, and Thomas Wolfe as well as John Steinbeck: Life Affirmed and Dissolved by John S. Kennedy pages 217-236, Goldstone & Payne F31, Morrow 588. Fine in a very good plus jacket. JD28507
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Gassner, John and Nichols, Dudley (editors). Best Film Plays - 1945. NY, Crown, 1946, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Includes Frank Butler's screenplay for A Medal for Benny in its entirety, includes credits, setting, and text, 589-648, it also includes b&w photos from the film which was based on a story by John Steinbeck and his boyhood friend, Max Wagner, Goldstone & Payne B45, not recorded by Morrow, it also includes the screenplays for Lost Weekend, Spellbound, Double Indemnity (Raymond Chandler), and several others. Very good. JD29519
$125.00
[Steinbeckiana] Geismar, Maxwell. American Moderns From Rebellion to Conformity. NY, Hill and Wang, 1958, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Review Copy with review slip that shows publication date as April 14, 1958, includes material on William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway, Thomas Wolfe, Norman Mailer, J. D. Salinger, William Styron, and others, including John Steinbeck, pages 151-156, 164-167, this item wasn't in the Adrian H. Goldstone collection, cited via the University of Texas copy, Goldstone & Payne F41, not recorded by Morrow. Light wear and some foxing, else fine. JD28524
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Geismar, Maxwell. Writers in Crisis. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1942, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Subtitled The American Novel Between Two Wars, it studies Ring Lardner, Ernest Hemingway, John Dos Passos, William Faulkner, Thomas Wolfe, and John Steinbeck, the Steinbeck chapter is entitled John Steinbeck: Of Wrath or Joy?, pages 237-270, Goldstone & Payne F11, not recorded by Morrow. Very good. JD28489
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Gibbs, Lincoln R. John Steinbeck, Moralist. Yellow Springs, The Antioch Review, Summer 1942, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. His piece runs right before a differing view by Stanley Edgar Hyman entitled Some Notes on John Steinbeck, pages 172-184 and 185-200, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Library stamp, soiling to rear cover, else very good. JD28426
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] Gingrich, Arnold and Hills, L. Rust (editors). The Armchair Esquire. NY, Popular Library, 1960, first edition thus, wrappers. Softcover. No. W1100, it includes John Steinbeck's The Case of Arthur Miller, 205-208, Goldstone & Payne B114, Morrow 354, the book also includes an introduction by Granville Hicks and a preface by Gingrich, the long-time editor of "Esquire," as well as other contributions by J. D. Salinger, D. H. Lawrence, F. Scott Fitzgerald, H. L. Mencken, Saul Bellow, Thomas Wolfe, and others. Fine. JD29619
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Gladstein, Mimi. In Search of Steinbeck: A Continuing Journey. "Nova", Sept. 1983, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. 7-9, 12. Fine. JD701
$5.00
[Steinbeckiana] Goldstein, Norm. Henry Fonda. NY, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1982, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Fonda's photo is featured on the front cover, being a celebration of his life and work, filled with photos from his films, including that of Fonda in his role as Tom Joad in the film version of John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath. Fine. JD28782
$15.00
[Steinbeckiana] Goldstone, Adrian H. and Payne, John R. John Steinbeck A Bibliographical Catalogue of the Adrian H. Goldstone Collection. Austin, University of Texas Press, 1974, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. This is the Bible of Steinbeck bibliographies, it is a very scarce and collectible book in its own right, one of just 1,200 copies, frontispiece photo of Steinbeck, indispensible. Fine, especially scarce in this condition when both book and jacket are fine. JD27470
$450.00
[Steinbeckiana] Goldstone, Adrian H. and Payne, John R. John Steinbeck Bibliography. Austin, University of Texas, 1974, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. One of 1,200 copies, a scarce and collectible book in its own right, this is the Bible of all Steinbeck bibliographies, long out of print, this copy Signed by John R. Payne, with a color snapshot photo of Adrian Goldstone looking at a book, Morrow 636. Slight tear to original clear plastic dust jacket, top and fore edges foxed, else fine, unread. JD29031
$375.00
[Steinbeckiana] Goldstone, Adrian H. and Payne, John R. John Steinbeck Bibliography. Austin, University of Texas, 1974, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. One of 1,200 copies, a scarce and collectible book in its own right, this is the Bible of all Steinbeck bibliographies, long out of print, Morrow 636. Fine copy in its original clear plastic dust jacket that, as usual, has some chips and tears. JD30469
$375.00
[Steinbeckiana] Gray, James. John Steinbeck. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 1971, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. No. 94 in the University of Minnesota Pamphlets on American Writers series, with a bibliography in the rear, Goldstone & Payne F69, Morrow 620, Review Copy with review slip, very scarce thus. Fine. JD28718
$30.00
[Steinbeckiana] Gray, James. On Second Thought. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 1946, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. He discusses many literary notables such as Sinclair Lewis, Eugene O'Neill, Kay Boyle, Pearl Buck, Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, William Saroyan, Wallace Stegner, etc. he writes about John Steinbeck on pages 130-140, Gioldstone & Payne F19,not recorded by Morrow. Very good. JD28492
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] Gross, John and Hayman, Lee Richard (editors). John Steinbeck: A Guide to the Collection of the Salinas Public Library. Salinas, Salinas Public Library, 1979, first edition. Issued without dust jacket, this is No. 56 of 200 numbered copies Signed by both editors, produced by the Salinas Public Library, also known as the John Steinbeck Library, Morrow 653, this was the Jacob J. Foster copy (and later the Frank Gaughen copy). Fine, unread. JD29450
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Gross, John and Hayman, Lee Richard. John Steinbeck: A Guide to the Collection of the Salinas Public Library. Salinas, Salinas Public Library, 1979, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. One of 800 copies, the true first edition, precedes the hardcover edition, this is one of the great Steinbeck collections now well hidden at the National Steinbeck Center, Morrow 654, this was Dr. Jacob J. Foster's copy Inscribed to him by Gross. Fine. JD5423
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Gross, Milt. I Won't Say A Word About John Steinbeck's Novel "The Grapes of Wrath". Chicago, Ken, June 1, 1939, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This is a word-less review of the book via cartoon by Gross, page 56, it is followed by Vintage of 1939..., a sort of review of The Grapes of Wrath by Sidney Carroll, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or the Morrow catalogue. Very good. JD28396
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Grove, Walt. Down. NY, Dell, 1953, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. No. 1E, a paperback original, first book in a series of Dell first editions, includes a front cover blurb by John Steinbeck ("Reminds me of Jack London. The book has tremendous vitality!"), not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow, this is the second issue with a 35-cent cover price. Fine. JD29566
$10.00
[Steinbeckiana] Gunn, John C. Gunn's New Family Physician: Or, Home Book of Health. Cincinnati, Moore, Wilstach and Baldwin, 1865, first edition thus. Black leather, the 100th edition, revised and enlarged, with illustrations, a very interesting book full of all manner of medical and mystical stuff, the sort of book that offers remedies often worse than the disease, it is also a source book for John Steinbeck in writing his East of Eden, Steinbeck referred to it as the "great black book," see Robert DeMott's Steinbeck's Reading, this item wasn't in the Adrian H. Goldstone collection, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne nor the Morrow catalogue, scarce. Repaired and restored into very good condition. JD28278
$350.00
[Steinbeckiana] Guthrie, Woody. Dust Bowl Ballads. NY, Folkways Records, 1964, first edition. Folkways FH 5212, an original monaural recording, songs include Talkin' Dust Bowl Blues, Tom Joad, The Great Dust Storm, Dust Pneumonia Blues, and others, liner notes by Millard Lampell, cover reproduces a photograph by Arthur Rothstein titled "Dust Storm," Cimarron County, Oklahoma, 1936, laid into its own area within the slipcase are descriptive notes on the tunes, many of which are related to John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath, including the words to the songs and Guthrie's own comments, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or the Morrow catalogue. Minor wear to slipcover and an old price sticker. JD28356
$30.00
[Steinbeckiana] Guthrie, Woody. Dust Bowl Ballads. NY, Folkways Records, 1964, first edition thus. Folkways FH 5212, a monaural recording, songs include Talkin' Dust Blues, Tom Joad, The Great Dust Storm, Dust Pneumonia Blues, and others, no liner notes, cover reproduces a photograph by Arthur Rothstein titled "Dust Storm," Cimarron County, Oklahoma, 1936, laid into its own area within the slipcover are descriptive notes on the tunes, many of which are related to John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath, including the words to the songs and Guthrie's own comments, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or the Morrow catalogue, slipcover verso is different from the original release and zip code on rear indicates that this is a later issue. As new, unplayed, in publisher's shrink-wrap. JD28375
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Guthrie, Woody. Woody Guthrie Library of Congress Recordings. NY, Elektra Records, 1964, first edition. This is a three-record set of songs and conversation by Guthrie recorded by Alan Lomax, the 12-inch records were issued by special arrangement with the Guthrie Children's Trust Fund, originally recorded for the Library of Congess over a three-day period in March 1940, Guthrie sings songs and also talks about his family, his early life in Oklahoma, the Dust Bowl, riding freight cars, government camps, Oklahoma refugees in California, etc., because of recording limitations then, there is some inconsistency in the recordings that isn't due to a record flaw, the records include many of the songs that were inspired by John Steinbeck's novel, The Grapes of Wrath, included with the records is a 16-page booklet about this set and its history which also makes reference to his Steinbeck and The Grapes of Wrath-inspired Dust Bowl songs, it also reprints several Guthrie letters, all are housed in a hinged box, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or the Morrow catalogue. Fine. JD28353
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Hanson, Robert F. 132 Central Avenue. Bradenton, Opuscula Press, 1985, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This miniature includes a color photo of 132 Central Avenue (John Steinbeck's boyhood home) which serves as the frontispiece, one of 500 copies, this is a Publisher Presentation Copy, Inscribed by Hanson. Foxing, else fine. JD28899
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Hargrave, John. Summer Time Ends. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1935, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. First issue jacket that is illustrated and without the lengthy commentary by John Steinbeck which is prominently featured all over the second issue jacket, a highly experimental novel without the usual capitalization or punctuation, Goldstone & Payne G31, not recorded by Morrow. Fine in a very good jacket. JD29293
$100.00
[Steinbeckiana] Harmon, Robert B. Steinbeck Bibliographies: An Annotated Guide. Metuchen, Scarecrow Press, 1987, first edition. Issued without dust jacket, this is another bibliographic guide from one of the hardest working Steinbeck bibliographers in the world, annotates and evaluates a number of Steinbeck bibliographies, this copy Inscribed by the author. Fine. JD28934
$30.00
[Steinbeckiana] Harmon, Robert B. The Collectible John Steinbeck A Practical Guide. Jefferson, McFarland, 1986, first edition. Hardcover issued without dust jacket, includes apprendices, photo illustrations, bibliography, an index, and countless references, Harmon discusses the dynamics of collecting Steinbeck generally and specifically while offering a valuable bibliographic tool that is second only to the Goldstone & Payne bibliography and the Morrow catalogue, printed on acid-free natural paper, a scarce book that seldom comes on the market. Fine. JD30932
$175.00
[Steinbeckiana] Harmon, Robert B. The Grapes of Wrath: A Fifty Year Bibliographic Survey. San Jose, Steinbeck Research Center, 1990, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. An excellent and important bibliographic work, with photo illustrations. Fine. JD29043
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Hayashi, Tetsumaro. A New Steinbeck Bibliography: 1971-1981. Metuchen, Scarecrow Press, 1983, first edition. Issued without dust jacket, includes a flyer about the book laid in loosely, this copy Signed by Hayashi, also Inscribed by Dr. Robert DeMott who contributes the introduction. Fine. JD29016
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Hayashi, Tetsumaro. Steinbeck's Literary Dimension: A Guide to Comparative Studies. Metuchen, Scarecrow Press, 1973, first edition. This hardcover was issued without dust jacket, with prospectus from the Scarecrow Press laid in loosely, this copy Signed by Hayashi, includes essays by such well-known Steinbeck scholars as Warren French, John Ditsky, Peter Lisca, Richard Astro, and others, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne, Morrow 634. Fine. JD28733
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] Hedgpeth, Joel W. (editor). The Outer Shores. Eureka, Mad River Press, 1978, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Two volumes, Part 1 is "Ed Ricketts and John Steinbeck Explore the Pacific Coast" while Part 2 is "Breaking Through," being from the papers of Edward F. Ricketts, introduced and edited by Hedgpeth, these are essential to any Steinbeck/Ricketts collection, to understanding them, their work, and their philosophy, photo-illustrated. Fine. JD30493
$300.00
[Steinbeckiana] Hemp, Michael Kenneth. Cannery Row The History of Old Ocean View Avenue. Monterey, The History Company, 1986, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Signed by Hemp with a prospectus for the book laid in loosely, illustrated with photos, includes a detailed map guide to the historical landmarks and sites of the Old Cannery Row. Fine. JD28919
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Herndon, Venable. James Dean A Short Life. Garden City, Doubleday, 1974, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Photo-illustrated, includes material on John Steinbeck and Dean's role in his first film, East of Eden, derived from Steinbeck's novel, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Ink name, near fine in a very good plus jacket. JD28753
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Herndon, Venable. James Dean A Short Life. NY, New American Library, 1975, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Issued as part of the Signet Film Series, photo-illustrated, including two photos from the film version of John Steinbeck's East of Eden, which was Dean's first film role, not recorded by or Morrow. Very good. JD28792
$15.00
[Steinbeckiana] Hersey, John. John Steinbeck 1902-1968. NY, "Proceedings", 1970, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. 84-90, this is the annual publication of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and the National Institute of Arts and Letters, one of only 687 copies, also includes material related to Vladimir Nabokov, Wallace Stegner, Tennessee Williams, Eudora Welty, etc., not recorded by Goldstone & Payne. Fine. JD919
$10.00
[Steinbeckiana] Holmes, Kenneth H. John Steinbeck On Stage and Screen. n.p. (Cary, NC), privately printed, 2007, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. No. 87 of 100 numbered copies Signed by Holmes, subtitled A Descriptive Bibliographical Catalogue of the Stage and Screen Adaptations Material in the John Steinbeck Collection of Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth H. Holmes, an excellent reference. Fine. JD31281
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Hornaday, William T. Camp-Fires on Desert and Lava. NY, Scribners, 1914, later printing. Originally published in 1908, photo-illustrated by Dr. Daniel Trembly MacDougal, John Phillips, and Hornaday, includes two "new and original" maps by Godfrey Sykes, geographer to the expedition, includes The Rainbow Rams, on the Lava Peak as painted by Carl Rungius after a sketch and photograph by Phillips used as frontispiece, the real charm, however, lies in this being the copy owned by Edward F. Ricketts, best friend and philosophical mentor to John Steinbeck, Ricketts has written his name (E. F. Ricketts) in pencil on the front pastedown along with his Chicago address (3556 W. Chicago Ave., Chicago, Ill.), additionally, Ricketts has written 11 lines of pencil notes about the book on the rear pastedown. Good. JD30865
$1,250.00
[Steinbeckiana] Hossick, Malcolm. John Steinbeck A Concise Biography. NJ, Kultur, n.d. (c.2000), first edition. This is a 30-minute VHS color presentation, written, directed and produced by Hossick as part of The Famous Author series which provides film cassette biographies of a wide variety of both British and American authors. As new, unplayed, in publisher's shrink-wrap. JD28338
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Houston, James D. Californians Searching for the Golden State. NY, Knopf, 1982, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Includes a chapter titled "How Various Legends, Large and Small, Move Around the State of California" which has Houston explore the making of the film version of John Steinbeck's Cannery Row, pages 236-254, this copy Inscribed by Houston in the year of publication, Houston was one of many famous writing students who studied under Wallace Stegner at Stanford University, rear jacket flap with a blurb by Stegner which hs has Signed. Foxing to top and fore edges, else fine. JD29007
$85.00
[Steinbeckiana] Hughes, R. S. Beyond The Red Pony: A Reader's Companion to Steinbeck's Complete Short Stories. Metuchen, Scarecrow Press, 1987, first edition. A hardcover issued without dust jacket, frontispiece photo of Steinbeck, Hughes provides "the first comprehensive study of Steinbeck's short fiction including every story he wrote -- published and unpublished" and establishes an up-to-date bibliography of these stories, this was the dean of Steinbeck scholars Tetsumaro Hayashi's copy, Signed and dated by him in the year of publication along with the price he paid, laid in loosely is a letter of provenance from the Midwest bookseller to whom Hayashi sold off some of his personal library. Fine. JD6440
$85.00
[Steinbeckiana] Hughes, R. S. Beyond The Red Pony: A Reader's Companion to Steinbeck's Complete Short Stories. Metuchen, Scarecrow Press, 1987, first edition. Issued without dust jacket, includes studies of unpublished and uncollected pieces, with a Typed Letter Signed from the president of Scarecrow Press laid in loosely. Fine. JD28933
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Hughes, R. S. John Steinbeck A Study of the Short Fiction. Boston, Twayne Publishers, 1989, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Issued as part of Twayne's Studies in Short Fiction series, with a prospectus on this series mailed by Hughes laid in loosely, this copy also Inscribed by the author. Top and fore edges foxed, else fine. JD28937
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Jackson, Joseph Henry. A History of "The Grapes of Wrath". NY, Limited Editions Club, 1940, first edition thus, wrappers. Softcover. One of 3,000 copies, basically a reprint of Jackson's earlier effort for the LEC entitled Why Steinbeck Wrote The Grapes of Wrath which was one of 12,000 copies, No. 1 of a new series, Booklets For Bookmen, the booklet also includes Did Shakespeare Translate The Decameron? by Carter Meredith and Mr. Grahame, Mr. Roosevelt, and I by A. A. Milne, Goldstone & Payne G23, not recorded by Morrow, now housed in a folding chemise. Nearly fine. JD28481
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] Jackson, Joseph Henry. A History of "The Grapes of Wrath". NY, Limited Editions Club, 1940, first edition thus, wrappers. Softcover. One of 3,000 copies, basically a reprint of Jackson's earlier effort for the LEC entitled Why Steinbeck Wrote The Grapes of Wrath which was one of 12,000 copies, No. 1 of a new series, Booklets For Bookmen, the booklet also includes Did Shakespeare Translate The Decameron? by Carter Meredith and Mr. Grahame, Mr. Roosevelt, and I by A. A. Milne, Goldstone & Payne G23, not recorded by Morrow. Very good. JD30543
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Jackson, Joseph Henry. Why Steinbeck Wrote The Grapes of Wrath. NY, Limited Editions Club, 1940, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. First issue, one of 12,000 copies, No. 1 in the series of Booklets for Bookmen, with its original envelope, later reprinted as A History of The Grapes of Wrath (that being one of 3,000 copies), this booklet also includes Did Shakespeare Translate The Decameron by Carter Meredith and Mr. Grahame, Mr. Roosevelt and I by A. A. Milne, Goldstone & Payne G23, Morrow 572. Near fine. JD28484
$65.00
[Steinbeckiana] Jackson, Joseph Henry. Why Steinbeck Wrote The Grapes of Wrath. NY, Limited Editions Club, 1940, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. First issue, one of 12,000 copies, No. 1 in the series of Booklets for Bookmen, later reprinted as A History of The Grapes of Wrath (that being one of 3,000 copies), this booklet also includes Did Shakespeare Translate The Decameron by Carter Meredith and Mr. Grahame, Mr. Roosevelt and I by A. A. Milne, Goldstone & Payne G23, Morrow 572. Fine. JD30935
$60.00
[Steinbeckiana] John Steinbeck. The Girls From Esquire. NY, Random House, 1952, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Includes Steinbeck's A Snake of One's Own, pages 18-27, text from The Long Valley, Goldstone & Payne B74, not recorded by Morrow, also includes F. Scott Fitzgerald, James Jones, Langston Hughes, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and many others, introduction by Frederic A. Birmingham. Very good plus. JD29552
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Johnson, Lyndon Baines. The Inaugural Address of President Lyndon Baines Johnson. Washington, D. C., Government Printing Office, January 20, 1965, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. With frontispiece photo portrait of LBJ with a facsimile of his signature, although he is not credited as such, Nobel Prize-winning author John Steinbeck contributed to this speech, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne. Fine. JD27351
$125.00
[Steinbeckiana] Johnson, Michael. Dubious Grapes: The Writer, Society and John Steinbeck. Paris, Points the Magazine of Young Writers, June-September 1951, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This article by the magazine's associate editor which quotes Steinbeck frequently was originally given at a talk at the American Artists' and Students' Centre, Paris, France, April 10, 1951, pages 67-76, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow, interestingly, the issue also includes a poem by none other than Steinbeck/Steinbeckiana expert Lee Richard Hayman, this copy Signed by Hayman, laid in loosely are some Steinbeck-related announcements (photo-copies) sent to this bookseller from Hayman who also sends a typed letter signed, scarce and obscure. Very good. JD28431
$65.00
[Steinbeckiana] Jordan, Rene. Marlon Brando. NY, Pyramid Publications, 1973, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Issued as part of Pyramid's Illustrated History of the Movies series, it mentions John Steinbeck, who wrote the screenplay, and the film Viva Zapata!, pages 42-46, 67, 127, profusely illustrated with photos from Brando's films, including Viva Zapata!, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fine. JD28740
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Karsh, Yousuf. Faces of Our Time. Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 1971, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Filled with the incredible portraits by this famed Armenian photographer who also provides text and an introduction to his many subjects such as Pablo Casals, Marc Chagall, Sir Winston Churchill, Albert Einstein, Robert Frost, Ernest Hemingway, John F. Kenendy, Martin Luther King, W. Somerset Maugham, Georgia O'Keefe, Pablo Picasso, Tennessee Williams, and John Steinbeck, among many others, the Steinbeck photo and introduction on pages 189-191, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Near fine. JD28771
$125.00
[Steinbeckiana] Kazan, Elia. America America. London, Collins, 1963, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Author's First Book, introduction by S. N. Behrman, rear jacket panel with a blurb by John Steinbeck, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fine in a very good plus jacket. JD29655
$60.00
[Steinbeckiana] Kazan, Elia. America America. NY, Stein & Day, 1962, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Author's First Book, Review Copy with Review slip, includes front jacket panel blurbs by James Baldwin, Archibald MacLeish, Harold Clurman, Robert F. Kennedy, and John Steinbeck, Kazan directed both Steinbeck's Viva Zapata! and East of Eden, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fine. JD29661
$100.00
[Steinbeckiana] Kazan, Elia. Elia Kazan A Life. NY, Knopf, 1988, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Advance copy, an uncorrected proof of his autobiography, includes material on author John Steinbeck, his friend, for whom he directed Viva Zapata! and East of Eden. Fine. JD28940
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] Kazin, Alfred. On Native Grounds. Garden City, Doubleday, 1956, first edition thus, wrappers. Softcover. This is the first Anchor Book edition, an abridged version with a new postscript by Kazin in his study of American prose from 1890 which was originally published in 1942, the book quotes and mentions John Steinbeck on pages 22, 77, 288, 304-310, 346, and 407, neither this edition or the original were recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good plus. JD28496
$7.50
[Steinbeckiana] Kiernan, Thomas. The Intricate Music. Boston, Little, Brown, 1979, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. A dubious biography of John Steinbeck to be sure, Steinbeck's life-long friend Carlton A. (Dook) Sheffield claimed that Kiernan lifted much of Sheffield's memoir, Steinbeck: The Good Companion, for this book, but Kiernan failed to explain how Steinbeck used music while composing his books, something Sheffield did so well in his book which followed this by a few years, Morrow 652. Jacket clipped, else fine. JD28828
$12.50
[Steinbeckiana] Kline, Herbert. Films Without Make-Believe. Washington, D. C., Magazine of Art, February 1942, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Illustrated with three photos from The Forgotten Village, the Kline-directed film written by John Steinbeck, pages 58-63, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Library stamp and tape-reinforcement to spine. JD28424
$15.00
[Steinbeckiana] Knox, Maxine and Rodriguez, Mary. Steinbeck's Street: Cannery Row. San Rafael, Presidio Press, 1980, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Author Presentation Copy, Inscribed, with a Typed Letter Signed by Ms. Knox presenting the book laid in loosely, Morrow 657. Fine. JD28965
$30.00
[Steinbeckiana] Krim, Seymour. Shake It For The World, Smartass. NY, Dial Press, 1970, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Review Copy with Review slip, includes several essays by this Beat writer, including a chapter titled "When We Went to John Steinbeck's Funeral Service: This Is What Happened," pages 375-378, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne, Morrow 615. Fine in a near fine jacket. JD28714
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] Krim, Seymour. Shake It For The World. London, Allison and Busby, 1971, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. First British edition (with a slightly altered title), includes essays by this Beat writer, including a chapter on attending John Steinbeck's funeral, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne, Morrow 615 (sic, 616). Foxing to edges, else fine. JD28721
$30.00
[Steinbeckiana] Krull, Craig. "Bombs Away": Training for War. Salinas, National Steinbeck Center, 1999, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Issued in conjunction with a photographic exhibit at the National Steinbeck Center annual Steinbeck Festival in Salinas, the hometown of John Steinbeck who published his Bombs Away with John Swope photographs in 1942, it documents how Steinbeck and Swopecame together to produce the book, includes several of Swope's photos, including several of Steinbeck, with a Typed Letter Signed from the NSC's archivist presenting the catalogue. Fine. JD28957
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] Lamarr, Hedy. Ecstacy and Me. n.p., Bartholomew House, 1966, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Her "life as a woman," photo illustrations, including one of her with John Garfield from the film version of John Steinbeck's Tortilla Flat, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good minus. JD28578
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Larsh, Ed B. Doc's Lab. Monterey, PBL Press, 1995, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Subtitled Myth and Legends of Cannery Row, illustrated with photos and drawings, photo of the Western Flyer used as front and rear endpapers, this copy Inscribed by Gus Arriola, Eldon Dedini, and the author, Ed B. Larsh, it also Signed by Larsh on the dedication page as this book is No. 283 of 1,000 copies. Book yawns a bit, else fine. JD28890
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Liedloff, Hermut. Steinbeck in German Translation. Carbondale, Southern Illinois University, 1965, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. A study of translational practices via the university's Department of Foreign Languages, No. 1 of the Humanities Series of Southern Illinois University monographs, Goldstone & Payne G13, not recorded by Morrow. Fine. JD28536
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Lisca, Peter. The Wide World of John Steinbeck. NY, Gordian Press, 1981, first edition thus. Issued without dust jacket, this is a new edition with additional material, originally published in 1958 by Rutgers University Press. Text block edges foxed, else fine. JD29010
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] Longley, Marjorie, Silverstein, Louis, and Tower, Samuel A. (editors). America's Taste. NY, Simon and Schuster, 1960, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. The book includes "The cultural events of a century (1851-1959) reported by contemporary observers in the pages of The New York Times," it includes references to John Steinbeck and the Times review of his The Grapes of Wrath, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow, it also includes Wallace Stegner'sTimes review of William Saroyan's The Human Comedy which Stegner has Signed. Near fine. JD28542
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] Lorentz, Pare. Movies 1927 to 1941 Lorentz on Film. NY, Hopkinson and Blake, 1975, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. He discusses many films, among them John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men and The Grapes of Wrath, not recorded by Morrow. Fine in a jacket with a few short tears, else nearly fine. JD28795
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Maleska, Eugene and Buranelli, Albert. 50 American Authors. NY, Giant Cardinal, Aug. 1963, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. No. GC 181, a paperback original, this is Vol. 1 of the Educational Crossword Puzzle Series, there are 50 author puzzles, 50 biographies, and 50 self-testing quizzes, John Steinbeck puzzle, biography, and quiz appears p. 181-184, Goldstone & Payne G57, not recorded by Morrow, other authors include Poe, Twain, Cather, London, Lewis, O'Neill, Fitzgerald, Faulkner, Hemingway, Wolfe, Saroyan, etc., a very scarce book, especially when the puzzles are not filled in. Ink name and date, age-darkening to pages, else a very bright, near fine copy. JD3770
$10.00
[Steinbeckiana] Maleska, Eugene and Buranelli, Albert. 50 American Authors. NY, Giant Cardinal, Aug. 1963, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. No. GC 181, a paperback original, this is Vol. 1 of the Educational Crossword Puzzle Series, there are 50 author puzzles, 50 biographies, and 50 self-testing quizzes, John Steinbeck puzzle, biography, and quiz appears p. 181-184, Goldstone & Payne G57, not recorded by Morrow, other authors include Poe, Twain, Cather, London, Lewis, O'Neill, Fitzgerald, Faulkner, Hemingway, Wolfe, Saroyan, etc., a very scarce book, especially when the puzzles are not filled in. Fine. JD28290
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Mangelsdorf, Tom. A History of Steinbeck's Cannery Row. Santa Cruz, Western Tanager Press, 1986, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Photo-illustrated history of Cannery Row from its humble fishing village beginnings through Steinbeck's era up to its present renaissance, this is a review copy with a press release to a reviewer/recipient laid in loosely. Fine. JD6604
$65.00
[Steinbeckiana] Marill, Alvin H. The Films of Anthony Quinn. Secaucus, Citadel Press, 1975, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Profusely illustrated with photos, text about and photos from John Steinbeck's Viva Zapata, pages 122-123, not recorded by Morrow. Fine in a near fine jacket. JD28767
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Mason, Dorothy A. Teachers' Study Guide The Pearl. Logan, Perfection Form, 1965, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. With a map illustrating Baja California, the first part of this 24-page booklet outlines The Pearl and its author, John Steinbeck, followed by possible questions to be posed by students on a chapter-by-chapter basis, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fine. JD28569
$12.50
[Steinbeckiana] McCarthy, Joe (editor). Fred Allen's Letters. Garden City, Doubleday, 1965, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. "the distilled wit -- sometimes warmhearted, sometimes biting -- of one the century's great comedians," includes a letter to John Steinbeck, pages 340-341, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good. JD28572
$15.00
[Steinbeckiana] McCarthy, Paul. John Steinbeck. NY, Frederick Ungar, 1980, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Not recorded by Morrow. Some foxing to text block, else fine. JD28966
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] McConahay, Mary Jo. It's More Than Just Another Fish Tank. San Francisco, "California Living", Dec. 4, 1983, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. 12-14, article about the then-forthcoming Monterey Bay Aquarium, refers to both Steinbeck and Ed Ricketts and their work, quotes both, pictures both, includes passages from Cannery Row. Fine. JD668
$5.00
[Steinbeckiana] McKenney, J. Wilson. "...Like Captured Fireflies". Georgetown, "Out West", Oct. 1969, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. 6-l6, includes a cover notation about John Steinbeck, a very interesting and scarce item by the editor, publisher, and proprietor of the Wilmac Press, because of the extensive Steinbeck content, Goldstone & Payne C210 identifies this as a Steinbeck periodical appearance, also includes Randall Henderson. Fine. JD30547
$10.00
[Steinbeckiana] McKenney, J. Wilson. "...Like Captured Fireflies". Georgetown, "Out West", Oct. 1969, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. 6-l6, includes a cover notation about John Steinbeck, a very interesting and scarce item by the editor, publisher, and proprietor of the Wilmac Press, because of the extensive Steinbeck content, Goldstone & Payne C210 identifies this as a Steinbeck periodical appearance, also includes Randall Henderson. Fine. JD30924
$10.00
[Steinbeckiana] Merril, Judith (editor). SF: The Year's Greatest Science-Fiction and Fantasy. NY, Dell, June 1959, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. No. B129, a paperback original that includes John Steinbeck's The Short-Short Story of Mankind, introduction and text 206-211, text from "Playboy," not recorded by Goldstone & Payne, or Morrow, it also includes contributions by Theodore Sturgeon, Fritz Leiber, Issac Asimov, and others. Reading creases along spine, else fine. JD4777
$10.00
[Steinbeckiana] Messner, Mike. Steinbeck Country in Dubious Homage. Salinas, Mike Messner, 1979, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. An essay on John Steinbeck and agricultural politics, this copy Inscribed by the author with an Autographed Letter Signed from him laid in loosely, Morrow 656. Fine. JD28960
$37.50
[Steinbeckiana] Meyer, Michael J. The Hayashi Steinbeck Bibliography 1982-1996. Lanham, Scarecrow Press, 1998, first edition. Issued without dust jacket, No. 99 in the Scarecrow Author Bibliographies series, the book is based on and intended to update Tetsumaro Hayashi's John Steinbeck: A Concise Bibliography (1930-1965) and his A New Steinbeck Bibliography: 1971-1981, this was Dr. Jacob Foster's copy. Fine. JD29014
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Miller, Merle. Viva Zapata!. NY, Argosy, February 1952, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Pages 51-82, profusely illustrated with b&w photos from the 20th Century-Fox film that starred Marlon Brando as Emiliano Zapata, it also starred Jean Peters and Anthony Quinn, it also includes a note from Jerry Mason, the magazine's editor, on how this novelette by Miller, based on John Steinbeck's screenplay, came to pass, Goldstone & Payne G25, not recorded by Morrow. Very good. JD28297
$225.00
[Steinbeckiana] Miller, Merle. Viva Zapata!. n.p. (NY), Argosy, February 1952, first edition thus, wrappers. Softcover. This souvenir reprint is a 32-page bound off-print from the February 1952 issue of "Argosy" in which the magazine attempts to create a novelette in words and pictures, written by Merle Miller based on Steinbeck's screenplay, profusely illustrated with photos from the film which starred Marlon Brando as Zapata, supported by Jean Peters and Anthony Quinn, this was the first in a planned series of this new art form, Goldstone & Payne G26, not recorded by Morrow. Water stained, else very good. JD28298
$100.00
[Steinbeckiana] Millichap, Joseph R. Steinbeck and Film. NY, Frederick Ungar, 1983, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Cloth binding, with half-tone illustrations, covers films from Of Mice and Men to Flight and Cannery Row. Top and fore edges slightly foxed, rear jacket panel with a bit of a wrinkle, else fine. JD28888
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] Mitchell, John. John Steinbeck. Pasadena, Mitchell Books, 1982, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Line drawing of Steinbeck wearing a sailor's cap on front cover, lists more than 200 items by, about, and related to Steinbeck, with a postcard from Mitchell Books laid in loosely, this copy Inscribed by John Mitchell. A little scattered foxing, else fine. JD29047
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Mitchell, Ruth Comfort. Of Human Kindness. NY, D. Appleton-Century, 1940, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. This book by the wife of a California state senator was written as a direct reply to John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath, in her version of events, migrant workers are treated with human kindness and none of the abuses that Steinbeck cites in his novel, indicating that the abuses he cites never took place, this copy is Signed and dated in the year of publication by Ruth Comfort Mitchell on the title page, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Bookplate, fine in a jacket that is color-faded along the spine, else fine. JD28279
$150.00
[Steinbeckiana] Mitgang, Herbert. Dangerous Dossiers. NY, Donald I. Fine, 1988, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Photo illustrated, the book exposes "the secret war against America's greatest authors, such as Trumanm Capote, Ernest Hemingway, Carl Sandburg, William Faulkner, and John Steinbeck who is discussed on pages 28, 43, 71-79, 93, 308-309. Top and fore edges foxed, else fine. JD28944
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Mizener, Arthur. Does A Moral Vision of the Thirties Deserve A Nobel Prize?. NY, The New York Times Book Review, December 9, 1962, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Mizener comments on whether John Steinbeck should have won the Noble Prize that had just been awarded, his answer, astonishingly enough, was a resounding, "No!," pages 4, 43-45, includes a photo of Steinbeck as well as illustrations of five of his novels, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good. JD28438
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] Mizener, Arthur. Does A Moral Vision of the Thirties Deserve A Nobel Prize?. NY, The New York Times Book Review, December 9, 1962, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Mizener comments on whether John Steinbeck should have won the Noble Prize that had just been awarded, his answer, astonishingly enough, was a resounding, "No!," pages 4, 43-45, includes a photo of Steinbeck as well as illustrations of five of his novels, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Faint library stamp, else very good. JD30635
$30.00
[Steinbeckiana] Moore, Harry Thornton. John Steinbeck And His Novels. London, Heinemann, 1939, first British edition, wrappers. Softcover. The first critical study of Steinbeck, Goldstone & Payne F7, Morrow 570. Covers with some soiling and age-darkening, internally fine. JD841
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Moore, Harry Thornton. John Steinbeck And His Novels. London, Heinemann, 1939, first British edition, wrappers. Softcover. The first critical study of Steinbeck, Goldstone & Payne F7, Morrow 570. Cover crease, else fine. JD28462
$95.00
[Steinbeckiana] Moore, Harry Thornton. The Novels of John Steinbeck A First Critical Study. Chicago, Normandie House, 1939, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. This was the first critical study of Steinbeck, one of 1,000 copies printed at the Black Cat Press, this copy Inscribed by the author ("To/William Henneman/from the author,/Harry Thornton Moore,/and/for the publisher/George M Dashe"), Goldstone & Payne F6, Morrow 569. Fine in a very good jacket. JD28467
$125.00
[Steinbeckiana] Moore, Harry Thornton. The Novels of John Steinbeck A First Critical Study. Chicago, Normandie House, 1939, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. This was the first critical study of Steinbeck, one of 1,000 copies printed at the Black Cat Press, Goldstone & Payne F6, Morrow 569. Goober to the blank rear free endpaper, else fine in a near fine jacket. JD30519
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Moore, Harry Thornton. The Novels of John Steinbeck. Port Washington, Kennikat Press, 1968, first edition thus. This hardcover was issued without dust jacket, the first edition was published by Normandie House in 1939, this issue with a contemporary epilogue, Goldstone & Payne F58, not recorded by Morrow. Fine. JD28699
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Moore, Reginald (editor). Modern Reading 14. London, Phoenix House, February 1947, first edition, dust jacket. Softcover. Includes John Steinbeck by Lewis Gannett, pages 30-45, including several quotes from Steinbeck, also includes material by Henry Miller, Sylvia Townsend Warner, Frank O'Connor, Jessamyn West, and others, this book marks the first time a book in this series was bound as a hardcover with jacket rather than in wrappers, Goldstone & Payne F22, not recorded by Morrow. Very good plus. JD28500
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Morris, George. John Garfield. n.p. (NY), A Harvest/HBJ Book, 1977, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Part of an illustrated history of the movies series, it discusses John Steinbeck and the film version of his Tortilla Flat in which Garfield starred, pages 77, 84-87, plus two photos from the film, not recorded by Morrow. Previous owner's sticker, else fine. JD28819
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] Morrow, Bradford. John Steinbeck A Collection of Books & Manuscripts. Santa Barbara, Bradford Morrow Bookseller, 1980, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This is his Catalogue Eight, being the Steinbeck collection formed by Harry Valentine, a must-have for any Steinbeck collector, foreword by John R. Payne, one of 2,500 copies, this copy Inscribed by Morrow. Fine, unread. JD29033
$100.00
[Steinbeckiana] Morrow, Bradford. John Steinbeck A Collection of Books & Manuscripts. Santa Barbara, Bradford Morrow Bookseller, 1980, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. One of only 250 hardcover copies of this superior collection formed by Harry Valentine, it lists 700 items by, about, and related to John Steinbeck, this was issued in September 1980 by Brad Morrow as his Catalogue Eight, it is a great companion to the Goldstone & Payne bibliography, the catalogue includes a foreword by John R. Payne, Morrow eventually left the rare book business and became a poet and novelist in New York City, this copy is signed by both Harry Valentine and John R. Payne. One internal tape reinforcement to verso of jacket, else fine. JD30832
$125.00
[Steinbeckiana] Morrow, Bradford. John Steinbeck A Collection of Books & Manuscripts. Santa Barbara, Bradford Morrow Bookseller, 1980, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. One of only 250 hardcover copies of this superior collection formed by Harry Valentine, it lists 700 items by, about, and related to John Steinbeck, this was issued in September 1980 by Brad Morrow as his Catalogue Eight, it is a great companion to the Goldstone & Payne bibliography, the catalogue includes a foreword by John R. Payne, Morrow eventually left the rare book business and became a poet and novelist in New York City. Fine in a very good plus jacket. JD30931
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Murphy, Dennis. The Sergeant. NY, Viking, 1958, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Author's First Book, source of the film of the same name, front jacket panel blurb by John Steinbeck, the Murphys were family friends of Steinbeck, Murphy was also a creative writing student of Wallace Stegner who offers a rear jacket planel blurb which Stegner has Signed, Goldstone & Payne G35, Morrow 380. Near fine. JD29607
$100.00
[Steinbeckiana] Murphy, Dennis. The Sergeant. NY, Viking, 1958, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Author's First Book, source of the film of the same name, front jacket panel blurb by John Steinbeck, the Murphys were family friends of Steinbeck, Murphy was also a creative writing student of Wallace Stegner who offers a rear jacket panel blurb which Stegner has Signed, Stegner has also signed the book, Goldstone & Payne G35, Morrow 380, this was Murphy family friend Aimee Doolittle's copy with her bookplate, she has affixed a photo of Vinnie A. Murphy, the author's grandmother, directly below the printed dedication on the dedication page, the book is dedicated to his grandmother, Ms. Doolittle has also affixed a photo of Murphy himself to the flytitle, noting in her hand "Denny--Xmas 1957". Fine in a very good plus jacket. JD29608
$150.00
[Steinbeckiana] Naipaul, V. S. The Overcrowded Barracoon and Other Articles. NY, Knopf, 1973, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Comprised of Naipaul's journalism, includes a chapter titled Steinbeck in Monterey, pages 155-168, an article which first appeared in the April 3, 1970 issue of the London "Daily Telegraph Magazine," not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fore edge foxed, near fine. JD28738
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] O'Brien, Edward J. (editor). The Best Short Stories 1937. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1937, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Includes contributions by William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway, William Saroyan, etc., also notes that John Steinbeck and his short story, The Lonesome Vigilante, had been published in the October 1936 issue of "Esquire," not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good. JD28458
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] O'Connor, Richard. John Steinbeck. NY, McGraw-Hill, 1970, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. A biography for young people, jacket illustrated with Arthur Rothstein's famous Dust Bowl photograph (Dust Storm, Okahoma, 1936), this is an advance copy consisting of unbound signatures laid loosely into the dust jacket, this format not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Extremity wear to jacket, else fine. JD28704
$27.50
[Steinbeckiana] O'Connor, William Van. A Key to American Literature. NY, Thomas Crowell, 1962, first edition. Illustrated boards, issued without dust jacket, it discusses many writers and their works, including John Steinbeck and his much-anthologized short story, The Chrysanthemums, also includes a brief biography, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fine. JD28550
$10.00
[Steinbeckiana] Offen, Ron. Brando. Chicago, Henry Regnery, 1973, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. With 24 pages of photos and a complete filmography, including Viva Zapata! as written by John Steinbeck, includes one photo from that film, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Jacket moderately rubbed, very good. JD28743
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Olmsted, Duncan H. (compiler). Seventy Years. San Francisco, The Book Club of California, 1984, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This was the Club's 1983 keepsake, illustrated, subtitled A Checklist of Book Club Publications 1914--1983, it lists John Steinbeck's Letters to Elizabeth, published in 1978, among many others, designed by Wesley B. Tanner, printed by him and Will Powers in Berkeley. Fine. JD6563
$15.00
[Steinbeckiana] Owens, Louis. John Steinbeck's Re-Vision of America. Athens, University of Georgia Press, 1985, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. This is an extremely important study by a once-promising young native American scholar who, sadly, took his own life a few years ago, but who left the world of Steinbeck scholarship this landmark study and a number of other books, with this book Owens "examines how Steinbeck used this would-be Eden (California) to explore the moral bankruptcy of American society, to explore the corruption that lay beneath the beckoning surface of the American dream," this is a very scarce book that seldom comes on the market. Fine, with no fading along jacket spine as is so common with this book. JD30510
$325.00
[Steinbeckiana] Owens, Louis. John Steinbeck's Re-Vision of America. Athens, University of Georgia Press, 1985, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. This is an extremely important study by a once-promising young native American scholar who, sadly, took his own life a few years ago, but who left the world of Steinbeck scholarship this landmark study and a number of other books, with this book Owens "examines how Steinbeck used this would-be Eden (California) to explore the moral bankruptcy of American society, to explore the corruption that lay beneath the beckoning surface of the American dream," this is a very scarce book that seldom comes on the market, this copy is an Association Copy of the highest order, being Inscribed to fellow Steinbeck scholar Robert DeMott, DeMott has been among the best of Steinbeck scholars for decades and is easily the most accessible writer who can explain and expound on Steinbeck in something other than English professor-speak, he was acting director of the Steinbeck Research Center at San Jose State University at the time of this book's publication, he helped launch "The Steinbeck Quarterly," a mostly scholarly publication dedicated to Steinbeck, he is also the author of a trilogy of books on Steinbeck beginning with his influential Steinbeck's Reading published in 1984, followed by Working Days which follows Steinbeck's own journal kept while writing The Grapes of Wrath, that was followed by Steinbeck's Typewriter, he also wrote the introduction to his friend Jim Harrison's bibliography, laid in loosely are two photo-copies of letters from Owens to DeMott regarding Steinbeck/writing matters, also laid in loosely is an off-print of DeMott's review of the Owens book that had been published in the "Journal of English and Germanic Philology". Some fading along jacket spine as is so common with this book, else fine. JD32023
$550.00
[Steinbeckiana] Owens, Louis. The Grapes of Wrath Trouble in the Promised Land. Boston, Twayne Publishers, 1989, first edition. No. 27 in Twayne's Masterwork Studies, printed on acid-free paper, front cover illustration from Thomas Hart Benton's painting, The Hailstorm, this student's companion to Steinbeck's masterpiece and Pulitzer Prize-winning novel was issued in both a paper-bound version and a cloth-bound hardcover with dust jacket, but this copy is a bit of an anomaly, a Perma-bound hardcover without jacket. Fine. JD6114
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Owens, Louis. The Grapes of Wrath Trouble in the Promised Land. Boston, Twayne Publishers, 1989, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This is a student's companion to the John Steinbeck's masterpiece, issued as part of Twayne's Masterwork Studies series, this copy Inscribed by Owens. Fine. JD28936
$100.00
[Steinbeckiana] Panichas, George A. The Politics of Twentieth Century Novelists. NY, Hawthorn Books, 1971, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Includes chapters on Graham Greene, H. G. Wells, George Orwell, Sherwood Anderson, John Dos Passos, William Faulkner, Norman Mailer, etc., including John Steinbeck by Warren French, pages 296-305, 323, Goldstone & Payne F70, not recorded by Morrow. Very good plus. JD28717
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] Parini, Jay. John Steinbeck A Biography. London, Heinemann, 1994, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Photo illustrated, a dubious biography that pales in comparison to its predecessor, Jackson Benson's The True Adventures of John Steinbeck, Writer, published 10 years earlier. Fine. JD28950
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Parini, Jay. John Steinbeck A Biography. NY, Henry Holt, 1995, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Photo-illustrated, first American edition, a dubious biography. Fine. JD29020
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Paul, Louis. The Wrong World. NY, Doubleday, Doran, 1938, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Paul was at this time a friend and correspondent of John Steinbeck, as witnessed by the dedication of the book (To the author of The Pastures of Heaven affectionately), this book wasn't recorded by Goldstone & Payne nor the Morrow catalogue. Ink name, minor wear, else fine. JD28260
$150.00
[Steinbeckiana] Pinchon, Edgcumb. Zapata the Unconquerable. NY, Doubleday, Doran, 1941, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Frontispiece portrait of Emiliano Zapata, a "biography of a great leader in the Mexican revolution of 1910," this was undoubtedly a source book for John Steinbeck in his writing the screenplay for Viva Zapata!, map endpapers, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne nor Morrow. Very good . JD28291
$100.00
[Steinbeckiana] Place, J. A. The Non-Western Films of John Ford. Secaucus, Citadel Press, 1979, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Profusely illustrated with photos, includes text about and photos from the film version of John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath, pages 59-70, not recorded by Morrow. Fine. JD28789
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Powell, Lawrence Clark. Bookman's Progress. n.p. (Los Angeles), Ward Ritchie Press, 1968, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. His writings are chosen and with an introduction by William Targ, includes several references to John Steinbeck, Goldstone & Payne F60, Morrow 608. Jacket clipped, slight foxing, else fine. JD28700
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Powell, Lawrence Clark. On Collecting John Steinbeck. Chicago, The Book Collector's Packet, July 1938, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Powell provides a glowing recommendation that also includes a Steinbeck quote, pages 11-12, the issue also includes an interesting note about Steinbeck in the "Press News" section, page 10, Goldstone & Payne C31, not recorded by Morrow. Slightly age-mellowed, fine. JD28439
$55.00
[Steinbeckiana] Powell, Lawrence Clark. To the Editor of the Crow's Nest. NY, The Colophon: New Graphic Series, September 1939, first edition. Printed and illustrated boards, printed by the Pynson Printers, includes a letter from Powell of some interest about Steinbeck, pages 88-89, Goldstone & Payne G8, Morrow 563. Aged toned, else fine. JD28473
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] Powell, Lawrence Clark. Toward A Bibliography of John Steinbeck. NY, The Colophon: New Series, Autumn 1938, first edition. Illustrated cloth over boards, rather interesting that anyone would be working on a bibliography of a writer who had been published for only nine years at that point, pages 558-568, Goldstone & Payne G5, Morrow 560. Very good. JD28477
$65.00
[Steinbeckiana] Queen, Ellery (editor). The Literature of Crime. Boston, Little, Brown, 1950, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Includes The Murder by John Steinbeck, introduction and text, 115-126, Goldstone & Payne B64, not recorded by Morrow, this wonderful anthology also includes the likes of Ernest Hemingway, William Faulkner, Sinclair Lewis, W. Somerset Maugham, Willa Cather, Charles Dickens, Mark Twain, C. S. Forester, Ring Lardner, James Thurber, H. G. Wells, Damon Runyon, etc. Fine in a nearly fine jacket. JD29550
$65.00
[Steinbeckiana] Rafroidi, Patrick. John Steinbeck. Barcelona, Editorial Fontanella, 1963, first edition thus, wrappers. Softcover. Last of a seven part series entitled Testigos del siglo XX (other issues about Saint Exupery, Camus, and others), apparently this book was originally published under the same title by Editions Universitaires, translated by Nicanor Ancochea, cover stacks three photos of Steinbeck holding his face with his hands (and a burning cigarette) that are identical, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good plus. JD28562
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] Rawlins, Ray. The Stein and Day Book of World Autographs. NY, Stein and Day, 1978, first edition thus, dust jacket. Hardcover. An A-to-Z presentation of autograph samples, including literary figures such as Jack London, William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway, John Steinbeck, and many others, as well as autograph samples from other well known figures in all fields, jacket is un-priced. Fore edge foxed, else fine. JD28759
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Rodger, Katharine A. (editor). Renaissance Man of Cannery Row. Tuscaloosa, University of Alabama Press, 2002, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Subtitled The Life and Letters of Edward F. Ricketts, with an introduction by the editor, it also includes a biographical essay about Ed Ricketts, famed marine biologist and best friend of author John Steinbeck. Fine. JD30200
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Rodgers, Richard and Hammerstein, Oscar. All At Once You Love Her. NY, Williamson Music, 1955, first edition. Sheet music, one of six songs from Pipe Dream, the Broadway musical adaptation of John Steinbeck's Sweet Thursday, this item wasn't in the Goldstone collection, but see Goldstone & Payne E20. Minor use. JD906
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Rollins, Peter C. (editor). Hollywood As Historian. Lexington, University Press of Kentucky, 1983, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Illustrated, the film version of John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath is among the films discussed, Review Copy with review slip taped to shrink-wrapped front wrapper by the publisher. Fine. JD28879
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] Satyanarayana, M. R. John Steinbeck A Study in the Theme of Compassion. Hyderabad, American Studies Centre, 1977, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This copy issued in green wrappers, there was another issue in pink wrappers, includes an index and selected bibliography by this Indian Steinbeck scholar in addition to his lengthy essays, not recorded by Morrow. Although publications out of India tend to be cheaply produced (and this is no exception), the book remains fine, scarce thus. JD28815
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Satyanarayana, M. R. John Steinbeck A Study in the Theme of Compassion. Hyderabad, American Studies Centre, 1977, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This copy issued in pink wrappers, there was another issue in green wrappers, includes an index and selected bibliography by this Indian Steinbeck scholar in addition to his lengthy essays, not recorded by Morrow. Although publications out of India tend to be cheaply produced (and this is no exception), the book remains fine, scarce thus. JD28816
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Schiffman, Joseph. John Steinbeck: In Search of America. Guilford, Jeffrey Norton, n.d. (c.1969), first edition. An audio cassette tape featuring a lecture by this professor emeritus at Dickson College, originally recorded by one of his students in 1969, 26 minutes, discusses Steinbeck's life, art, thought, and relevance, part of a series by Schiffman called Six American Authors. Fine. JD30523
$10.00
[Steinbeckiana] Scully, Frank. Rogues Gallery. Hollywood, Murray & Gee, 1943, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. He profiles many notables including Pirandello, Shaw, Maugham, Dreiser, Fitzgerald, and John Steinbeck (pages 37-55), Goldstone & Payne F13, Morrow 578. Very good. JD28485
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Seldes, Gilbert. Previews of Entertainment. NY, Bantam Books, October 1950, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. No. 936, a paperback original, it gives advance information on movies, TV, radio, books, etc., it includes a review of the Elia Kazan-directed film Viva Zapata! which starred Marlon Brando with the screenplay written by John Steinbeck, page 11, it also reviews the Broadway play of Steinbeck's Burning Bright, page 193, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fine, scarce in this condition. JD28505
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] Sheffield, Carlton A. Steinbeck: The Good Companion. Portola Valley, American Lives Endowment, 1983, first edition. Plastic binding housing loose sheets, one of less than 100 copies produced, although poorly and cheaply produced, this is one of the best books ever written about Steinbeck, written by one of his college roommates and a life-long friend, it brilliantly explains the relationship of Steinbeck's writing to music, additionally, the importance of Carlton Sheffield to Steinbeck cannot be over-stated, one of Steinbeck's writing techniques was to write his stories as if he were telling it to just one person, in his early writings that one person was Carlton Sheffield, the book includes an introduction by Richard Blum, large photo of Steinbeck used as a frontispiece, with a typed signed postcard from Sheffield entirely about Steinbeck and how people viewed the man and the writer laid in loosely, this was an advance or proof copy, "finished" copies were produced to a slighter better degree, "better" in this case meant adding Sheffield's initials to the title page and printing it on heavier stock so that the subsequent page didn't show through, this copy Inscribed by Sheffield to this bookseller who was friends with Sheffield for the last 10 years of his life. A cheap production, blip to clear plastic front cover, else fine. JD28886
$550.00
[Steinbeckiana] Sheffield, Carlton A. (Dook). I Never Met An Anapest I Didn't Like. Campbell, CRS Publishing, 1985, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. A book of verses edited by Art Ring, "Dook" Sheffield was John Steinbeck's roommate at Stanford and a life-long friend, he is also author of one of the best books ever written about Steinbeck (Steinbeck, The Good Companion), his importance cannot be over-stated in that one of Steinbeck's writing techniques was to write his story as if he were telling it only to one person, that one person was Carlton A. Sheffield, this copy Inscribed by Sheffield, laid in loosely is a prospectus for the book and a lengthy TLS from Art Ring about the book and Sheffield, an ANS from Ring is also laid in loosely. Fine. JD31276
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Sheffield, Carlton A. (Dook). Steinbeck: The Good Companion. Portola Valley, American Lives Endowment, 1983, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. With an introduction about Sheffield (who preferred to be called "Sheff," not Dook, the moniker Steinbeck gave him) by Richard Blum, includes a handsome b&w photo portrait of Steinbeck used as the frontispiece, also includes a b& photo of Sheff reading a newspaper while having a cup of coffee in his tiny kitchen, this is one of less than 100 copies produced piecemeal as order came in for the book, although poorly and cheaply produced, this is one of the best books ever written about Steinbeck, written by one of his college roommates and a life-long friend, it brilliantly explains the relationship of Steinbeck's writing to music, additionally, the importance of Carlton Sheffield to Steinbeck cannot be over-stated, one of Steinbeck's writing techniques was to write his stories as if he were telling it to just one person, in his early writings that one person was Carlton Sheffield, this is an Association Copy of the highest order being Inscribed by Sheff to noted Steinbeck scholar Robert DeMott ("for Robet DeMott--/Scholar, poet, and friend/Carlton A. (Dook) Sheffield"), at the time of this publication DeMott was becoming acting director of the Steinbeck Research Center at San Jose State, DeMott has been among the best of Steinbeck scholars for decades and is easily the most accessible writer who can explain and expound on Steinbeck in something other than English professor-speak, he helped launch "The Steinbeck Quarterly," a mostly scholarly publication dedicated to Steinbeck, he is also the author of a trilogy of books on Steinbeck beginning with his influential Steinbeck's Reading published in 1984, followed by Working Days which follows Steinbeck's own journal kept while writing The Grapes of Wrath, that was followed by Steinbeck's Typewriter, he also wrote the introduction to his friend Jim Harrison's bibliography, taped to the inside rear cover is an envelope from Sheff to DeMott, inside is a snapshot photo of this bookseller and Sheff embracing taken by DeMott during his and this bookseller's visit to see Sheff in 1984. Very good. JD32018
$550.00
[Steinbeckiana] Sinclair, Marianne. Those Who Died Young. NY, Penguin, 1979, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Profusely illustrated with photos, studies dead cult heroes of the 20th Century, including James Dean who is featured in the front cover illustration, text and photos, pages 84-96, Dean starred in the film version of John Steinbeck's East of Eden, not recorded by Morrow. Corner bump, else fine. JD28761
$15.00
[Steinbeckiana] Singer, I. J. East of Eden. NY, Knopf, 1939, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Author's third book, translated from the Yiddish by Maurice Samuel, I. J. Singer was the brother of Isaac Bashevis Singer, this book was not a source book for John Steinbeck in writing his East of Eden, but it does precede Steinbeck's use of the title by 13 years, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne nor the Morrow catalogue. Very good. JD28262
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Somer, John and Cooper, Barbara Eck. American & British Literature 1945-1975. Lawrence, The Regents Press of Kansas, 1980, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. An annotated bibliography of contemporary scholarship, John Steinbeck materials noted A3, A20, A39, A69, A101, A103, A112, A116, A158, A254, A297, C10, C33, C36, C70, C75, C96, C137, C141, C174, C217, C220, C251, and C258, not recorded by Morrow. Fine. JD28998
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steele, Joan. John Steinbeck A Checklist of Biographical, Critical, and Bibliographic Material. Boston, Bulletin of Bibliography, May-August 1965, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Goldstone & Payne G15, not recorded by Morrow. Fine. JD28440
$37.50
[Steinbeckiana] Stegner, Wallace. Afterword to John Steinbeck's Flight By Wallace Stegner. n.p. (Covelo), n.p. (Yolla Bolly Press), n.d. (1984), first edition thus, wrappers. Softcover. This is the first separate printing of Stegner's afterword to the Steinbeck short story which had been produced by the Yolla Bolly Press in 1984 as a beautiful signed/limited edition illustrated by Karin Wikstrom, according to Yolla Bolly Press co-publisher, Carolyn Robertson, this separate printing was made from over-run sheets that were later bound with printed wrappers by the Yolla Bolly Press to be used as small presentations to eminent visitors and the like, it even includes the (unsigned) limitation page, this afterword also includes one of the six woodblock illustrations used in the published book, not recorded by Colberg. Fine. JD28778
$100.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck John. The Grapes of Wrath. n.p., 20th Century-Fox, 1940, first edition. A complete set of 11X14-inch color lobby card posters for the original release of this classic story and classic film which was directed by the famed John Ford and which starred Henra Fonda as Tom Joad, Jane Darwell as Ma Joad, and John Carradine as Casy, the set also includes its original printed housing envelope which is probably even more scarce than the posters, the fragile housing envelope is plain brown and is printed with the film title, Steinbeck's name, Fonda's name, etc. none of these posters were in the Adrian H. Goldstone collection, but see Goldstone & Payne E6, not recorded by Morrow, extremely scarce, especially as a complete set and with the housing envelope. While there are pin holes in some corners from theatre mounting, as usual, these posters are uniformly clean, bright, and fine. JD28137
$8,500.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John IV. In Touch. NY, Knopf, 1969, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Author's First Book in which he recalls his time in Vietnam and subsequent adventures (or misadventures) back home, youngest son of Pulitzer and Nobel Prize winner John Steinbeck, Review Copy with publisher's review slip showing publication date as February 26, 1969, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne, Morrow 695. A few check marks in margins not affecting text, else fine. JD28283
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John IV. In Touch. London, Andre Deutsch, 1969, first British edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Author's First Book, the youngest son of author John Steinbeck talks about his life in Vietnam and his subsequent adventures (or misadventures) back home, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Foxing to text block eges, else fine. JD28284
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. A Medal for Benny. Paramount, 1945, first edition. An original-release color film poster for the film that starred Dorothy Lamour, Arturo de Cordova, and J. Carrol Naish, the poster measures 14X36 inches and is dominated by Lamour's beautiful visage, the poster also credits John Steinbeck and his boyhood friend Jack Wagner upon whose story this film was based, this item wasn't in the Goldstone collection, but see Goldstone & Payne E13, not recorded by Morrow. Folded, as usual. JD5095
$250.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. Burning Bright Opera In Three Acts. Long Island City, Notevole Music Publishing, 1993, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Libretto and music by Frank Lewin, based on Steinbeck's play/novelette. Fine. JD28241
$15.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. Cannery Row. Carmel, Pacific Rim Galleries, 1986, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. One of 25 sets, it prints the first two paragraphs of Cannery Row along with a facsimile of Steinbeck's signature, laid into printed wrappers, also laid in loosely is a Signed artist's proof of Steinbeck by Jack Caughlin, Steinbeck and 11 others well-associated with the Monterey Peninsula area were subjects of a book entitled Impressions of Bohemia, a boxed folio, one of 125 copies, that included 12 numbered portrait etchings signed by Coughlin with commentary by California historian Richard Dillon, other subjects included Edward Westin, Mary Austin, Jack London, Robert Louis Stevenson, Ansel Adams, Robinson Jeffers, Sinclair Lewis, etc., laid in loosely is an autographed letter signed by the publisher, Jim Johnson. Fine. JD28780
$100.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. Covici Friede Books Fall 1937. NY, Covici Friede, 1937, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. A catalogue of its fall 1937 books which includes John Steinbeck's The Red Pony, 9-10, this being the signed/limited edition, then available for $10, as well as the play version of his Of Mice and Men, 25, then available for $2, it also offers works by Frank Waters, Ben Hecht, E. E. Cummings, and others, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne, or Morrow. A few extraneous pencil marks and some pencil notes, else nearly fine. JD6428
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. Covici Friede Books Summer 1936. NY, Covici Friede, 1936, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. A catalogue of its summer 1936 books which includes their own edition of John Steinbeck first book, Cup of Gold, 20-21, then available for $2.50, it later offers other titles by Steinbeck who obviously was carrying Covici Friede as he is the only featured author, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne, or Morrow. Near fine. JD28456
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. Cup of Gold. n.p. (NY), "Monthly Bulletin for Members of the Doubleday One Dollar Book Club", June 1938, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. It reviews Cup of Gold from the front cover through Page 3, it also includes a biography of Steinbeck and a photo of him, Page 4, plus it prints a section of a very interesting article that quotes Steinbeck talking about his critics and his book, Page 5, Goldstone & Payne (G&P) makes no mention of this Doubleday $1 edition, nor does Morrow, this periodical is not recorded by G&P or Morrow. Very good plus. JD30456
$85.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. East of Eden. Burbank, Warner Home Video, 1982, first edition. This is a VHS video cassette of the 1955 film version of East of Eden that starred James Dean in his first film, directed by Elia Kazan, the film was adapted from Steinbeck's 1952 novel, it also starred Raymond Massey and Julie Harris. Fine. JD28341
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. Flight. n.p., n.p., n.d. (c.1966), first edition. A VHS cassette of the film version of Steinbeck's short story as adapted by artist/writer/bullfighter Barnaby Conrad, Steinbeck himself appears on-camera to introduce the film and act as its narrator. Good. JD28212
$100.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. James Dean Poster. Washington, D. C., United States Postal Service, 1996, first edition. A color poster advertising the 32-cent James Dean stamp, c.18X24 inches, Dean portrait by artist Michael Deas, issued as part of the Legends of Hollywood series, Dean, of course, made his film debut in the film version of John Steinbeck's East of Eden. Folded, else fine. JD886
$15.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath. NY, Caedmon, 1978, first edition. Caedmon TC 1570, these excerpts are read by Henry Fonda, the man who portrayed Tom Joad in the film version of The Grapes of Wrath, he reads excerpts from Chapters 1, 3, 17, and 18, liner notes by Jacques Levy, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or the Morrow catalogue. Fine. JD28355
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath. NY, Caedmon, 1978, first edition. Caedmon TC 1570, these excerpts are read by Henry Fonda, the man who portrayed Tom Joad in the film version of The Grapes of Wrath, he reads excerpts from Chapters 1, 3, 17, and 18, liner notes by Jacques Levy, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or the Morrow catalogue. Fine. JD28669
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. "News of the Reader's Digest Condensed Book Club". Pleasantville, Reader's Digest, Spring 1953, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Includes notes on the five titles selected for the Spring 1953 compilation book, which included East of Eden, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good. JD29160
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. O. Henry's Full House. n.p., 20th Century-Fox, n.d. (c.1951), first edition. This is a VHS video cassette of this experimental omnibus film that features five O. Henry stories directed by five different directors using five diffferent screen writers, stars include Marilyn Monroe, Charles Laughton, and others, John Steinbeck makes a rare on-screen appearance to introduce the film, his narration also couples the five segments. Fine. JD28191
$125.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. O. Henry's Full House. n.p., 20th Century-Fox, n.d. (c.1951), first edition. This is a VHS video cassette of this experimental omnibus film that features five O. Henry stories directed by five different directors using five diffferent screen writers, stars include Marilyn Monroe, Charles Laughton, and others, John Steinbeck makes a rare on-screen appearance to introduce the film, his narration also couples the five segments. Fine. JD28337
$125.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. Of Mice and Men. San Francisco, The San Francisco Theatre Union, May 21, 1937, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This is a program/playbill from the original premiere production of John Steinbeck's first play, one sheet folded to make four pages, the play opened the then-new Green Street Theatre, 629 Green Street, San Francisco, with Sal Pizzo as George and Wellman Farley as Lennie, the San Francisco Theatre Union was a progressive theatre group presenting plays dealing with then-current social, economic, and cultural problems, the play reached Broadway with a different company of characters later that year, this item wasn't in the Adrian H. Goldstone collection, but see Goldstone & Payne E1, not recorded by Morrow, an obvious rarity. Very good. JD28129
$450.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. Of Mice and Men. NY, The Music Box, November 23, 1937, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This is "The Playbill" for the opening night Sam H. Harris production of John Steinbeck's first play, the production starred Wallace Ford as George, Broderick Crawford as Lennie, and Claire Luce as Curley's wife, this item wasn't in the Adrian H. Goldstone collection, but see Goldstone & Payne E2 which notes that the opening night performance was Nov. 23, 1937, see Morrow 540. Very good. JD28130
$100.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. Of Mice and Men. Guilford, Jeffrey Norton Publishers, 1989, first edition. Issued as part of the publisher's Audio-Forum series, this is a 60-minute cassette recording of the Theatre Guild's production of this play which originally aired May 8, 1949 and which starred Burgess Meredith. As new, unplayed. JD28328
$12.50
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. Of Mice and Men. n.p. (Hollywood), United Artists, n.d. (1939), first edition thus, wrappers. Softcover. This is the official program for the first film version of Steinbeck's play/novelette, the film starred Burgess Meredith as George and Lon Chaney, Jr. as Lennie, it was directed by Lewis Milestone, screenplay was by Eugene Solow, musical score was by Aaron Copland, includes a short introduction by Hal Roach, filled with photographs and drawings, most of which are scenes from the film or portraits of the stars, front cover says this is "The picture Hollywood Said Could Never Be Made," includes a full page devoted just to a photo and biography of Steinbeck, while Adrian H. Goldstone had a copy of this program, it was not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Bit of soiling and age-toning and with a vertical crease to covers, but still a very good, solid copy of a very scarce document. JD29699
$375.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. Pipe Dream. NY, Shubert Theatre, Jan. 23, 1955, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. "The Playbill" for this Rodgers and Hammerstein Broadway musical adaptation of John Steinbeck's Sweet Thursday, it starred Helen Traubel, William Johnson, and Judy Tyler, Goldstone & Payne E20 note. Lengthy spine seam split, else very good. JD793
$10.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. Pipe Dream. n.p. (NY), RCA Victor, 1955, first edition. This is an original cast recording of Pipe Dream which was adapted from Steinbeck's novel, Sweet Thursday, by Rodgers and Hammerstein II, No. EP EOC-1023, includes three 45 rpm records housed in a folding slipcase, this copy carries the "SPECIAL ADVANCE EDITION" sticker on the front which some believe makes this a promotional copy, but, according to Miles Kreuger, president of the Institute of the American Musical, the cover credits omitted Judy Tyler's credit, these first issue album covers were then "fixed" by adding the advance edition label, inside liner notes by Rudolph Elie, Pipe Dream was presented in a number of formats, including this one, but none were in the Adrian H. Goldstone collection, this format not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or the Morrow catalogue. Records are fine, slipcase is near fine. JD28352
$150.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. (Steinbeck, John). Library of America, c.1994, first edition. A poster, a huge black and white image of a very young, gangly-faced John Steinbeck from a photo of him by Sonja Noskowiak, issued by the Library of America in conjunction with its publication of John Steinbeck, Novels And Stories 1932-1937 (the first in a projected multi-volume edition of his writings), it measures c.24X31 inches. Rolled, never folded, as new. JD858
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. Stories for Tonight. NY, Avon, 1955, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. No. 644, a paperback original that includes John Steinbeck's ASnake of One's Own, 82-91, text from The Long Valley, Goldstone & Payne B87, not recorded by Morrow, also includes contributions by William Faulkner, Truman Capote, Henry Miller, Aldous Huxley, and others. Fine, unread copy, especially scarce thus. JD4710
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. The Chrysanthemums. Santa Monica, Pyramid Film & Video, n.d. (1990), first edition. This is a 23-minute VHS production of John Steinbeck's short story, it is aimed primarily for the high school market, the same company also produced short films of two other Steinbeck short stories, The Raid and Molly Morgan. As new. JD28336
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. The Grapes of Wrath. n.p., DJ Art, 1980, first edition. One of 500 numbered copies of an original color lithographic reproduction of the front panel of the dust jacket art from Steinbeck's masterpiece, the original illustration was done by Elmer Hader, this reproduction was planned to be the first in a series of dust jacket art prints created by a Southern California bookseller (until lawyers for the Steinbeck literary estate heard about it), the whole measures c.13X19 inches. Fine. JD5104
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. The Grapes of Wrath. San Diego, Performing Arts, May 1989, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This magazine includes the program for the La Jolla Playhouse presentation of a play version of The Grapes of Wrath performed by the Steppenwolf Theatre Company, adapted and directed by Frank Galati. Fine. JD28235
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. The Grapes of Wrath. NY, Caedmon, 1978, first edition. A cassette that features selections from Steinbeck's masterpiece as read by Henry Fonda, it was Fonda who portrayed Tom Joad in the 1940 film version of The Grapes of Wrath, he reads from Chapters 1, 3, 17, and 18. As new, unplayed, in original shrink-wrap. JD28323
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. The Hanging at San Quentin. NY, "Avon Modern Short Story Monthly", 1945, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. No. 25 in this series of periodicals, text of this short story from Steinbeck's second book, The Pastures of Heaven, 11-22, Goldstone & Payne C63, not recorded by Morrow, this issue also includes contributions by W. Somerset Maugham, Ernest Hemingway, Pearl S. Buck, John O'Hara, and others. Very good plus. JD4723
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. The Moon Is Down. n.p., 20th Century-Fox, 1943, first edition thus. A VHS video cassette of this 1943 film that starred Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Henry Travers, and Lee J. Cobb, copied from a 16 mm version of the film, see Goldstone & Payne E11, not recorded by Morrow. Fine. JD28330
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. The Pastures of Heaven. n.p., Solar Productions, n.d.(c.1954), first edition. This "made" film, presented here in the old Beta format, presents three stories from Steinbeck's second book of the same title, they are the Junius Maltby story, the Pat Humbert story, and the "Shark" Wicks story, each had been produced as part of the old "Omnibus" television series in the early 1950s, Eugene Solow and Brewster Morgan obtained rights to the segments and strung them together with accompanying footage of Steinbeck himself appearing on camera to introduce the film in general and each of its three segments, this "film" was then released in England and Europe, but not in the United States, very scarce, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne, nor the Morrow catalogue. Very good. JD28340
$125.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. The Pearl. n.p., RKO, 1948, first edition. One 11X14-inch color lobby card poster for this film adaptation of the Steinbeck novel, this is poster No. 4 (of eight), the film starred Pedro Armendariz and Maria Elena Marques, the screenplay was written by Steinbeck, his boyhood friend Jack Wagner, and Emilio Fernandez, the film's director, in addition to good use of Steinbeck's name, the poster features a large inset scene from the film in which Juana, played by Ms. Marques, looks at the huge pearl through a magnifying glass, this item wasn't in the Goldstone collection, but see Goldstone & Payne E15, see Morrow 547. Fine. JD28126
$150.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. The Red Pony. n.p., Lewis Milestone/Republic, 1957, first edition thus, wrappers. Softcover. A re-release film pressbook, one sheet folded to make four pages, for the film that starred Robert Mitchum and Myrna Loy, Steinbeck is credited with writing the screenplay, strong use of Steinbeck's name and book tie-ins. Very good. JD2491
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. The Red Pony. Republic, 1949, first edition. An original-release color film poster, 14X36 inches, for the film that starred Myrna Loy and Robert Mitchum, both of whom are pictured, good and prominent use of Steinbeck's name and with a good book illustration, this item wasn't in the Goldstone collection, but see G&P E16, see Morrow 550. Folded, as usual, else bright, clean and colorful. JD6210
$275.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. The Red Pony. n.p., Republic, 1949, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. An original-release film pressbook, 18 pages, with color cover, for the film that starred Myrna Loy and Robert Mitchum, good Steinbeck/book tie-ins, quite attractive, filled with articles about the stars and the making of the film, shows examples of posters issued, thus it is an excellent reference, this item wasn't in the Adrian H. Goldstone collection, but see Goldstone & Payne E16, not recorded by Morrow. Previously folded, as usual, edgewear, split entirely along spine seam, else very good. JD28169
$250.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. The Red Pony. NY, Caedmon Records, n.d. (c.1970), first edition. Caedmon TC 2047, a two-record set, the story is abridged by Marianne Mantell who also provides the liner notes, story read by actor Eli Wallach, although this record wasn't in the Adrian H. Goldstone collection, it is cited as Goldstone & Payne G52, not recorded by Morrow. As new, unplayed, in publisher's shrink-wrap. JD28371
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. The Red Pony. n.p., Republic, 1949, first edition. An original-release color film poster for the film that starred Myrna Loy and Robert Mitchum, 27X41 inches, this was a Lewis Milestone film with the screenplay written by Steinbeck based on his own book, this item wasn't in the Adrian H. Goldstone collection, but see Goldstone & Payne E16, see Morrow 550. Folded, as usual, else very good. JD30768
$175.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. The Snake and Johnny Bear. NY, Caedmon, 1984, first edition. Caedmon TC-1750, with album slipcover as illustrated by Kenneth Smith, a stereo recording of Steinbeck himself reading two of his most famous short stories, this was originally recorded as part of the Columbia Literary Series in 1953 in which 12 authors read from their works. As new, unplayed, in the publisher's shrink-wrap. JD28367
$100.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. The Way It Seems to John Steinbeck. n.p., "The Occident", Fall 1936, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Page 5, published by the University of California, Steinbeck's letter to the editor is in response to the magazine's asking him to write an article, this item was not in the Adrian H. Goldstone collection, cited as Goldstone & Payne C17 only via a photo-copy from the University of California Library, not recorded by Morrow, very scarce. Near fine. JD30925
$225.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. Viva Zapata!. Hollywood, Script City, n.d. (c.1985), first edition thus, wrappers. Softcover. This is a photo-copy of the final shooting script dated May 16, 1951, Steinbeck wrote the screenplay, the film starred Marlon Brando, Jean Peters, and Anthony Quinn who won an Oscar for best supporting actor for this film, the film was directed by Elia Kazan, this item wasn't in the Adrian H. Goldstone collection, but see Goldstone & Payne E18, see Morrow 551(c). "VIVA ZAPATA" written in ink on bottom edge, else fine in the Script City stiff front and rear covers with binding clasps. JD28186
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Steinbeck, John. Viva Zapata!. Hollywood, 20th Century-Fox, February 6, 1951, first edition thus. This is a photostatic copy of the Final Script screenplay for the film that starred Marlon Brando, Jean Peters, and Anthony Quinn, it consists of 148 leaves, not including the title page which carries an original stamp from 20th Century-Fox noting "VALUABLE" with a notation to return to 20th Century-Fox's story department files, although it carries the date of the script, this copy was probably made by 20th Century-Fox in the late 1950s or early 1960s for its own use, Quinn won an Academy Award for best supporting actor, Steinbeck was nominated for best screenplay, while preparing his screenplay Steinbeck wrote to the film's director, Elia Kazan, "It is a little double-action jewel of a script...a classic example of good film writing," he went on to write, "I'll want no word in dialogue that has not some definite reference to the story..." to make the script "as tight and terse as possible," Kazan wrote of this script that while he made some cuts as he shot the film and while producer Darryl F. Zanuck made some suggestions which were followed that "all of John's important words and thoughts are faithfully in the film," thus it is likely that this Feb. 6 script is closer to what Steinbeck had originally planned than the May 16, 1951 shooting script that followed it, this item wasn't in the Adrian H. Goldstone collection, but see Goldstone & Payne E18, see Morrow 551c, now housed within a binder. Aged, but essentially fine. JD30870
$450.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). 12 Hits From The Most Happy Fella, My Fair Lady, and Pipe Dream. n.p. (NY), RCA Camden, n.d. (c.1965), first edition. No. Cal-319, includes four tunes from Pipe Dream, a Broadway musical based on John Steinbeck's novel, Sweet Thursday, as adapted by Rodgers and Hammerstein, played by Guy Lupar and his orchestra, two other orchestras play hits from the other musicals noted, the music from Pipe Dream includes All At Once You Love Her,, Everybody's Got A Home, The Next Time It Happens, and The Man I Used To Be, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or the Morrow catalogue. Some of the usual wear to album slipcover, record is fine. JD28362
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). A Tribute to James Dean. NY, Columbia, n.d. (c.1960), first edition. No. CL 940, a 33 rpm record with music from East of Eden, Giant, and Rebel Without A Cause, his three films made before he died in a car crash near Salinas, CA, the music is played by Ray Heindorf and the Warner Bros. Orchestra, album slipcover front features a color photo of Dean, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or the Morrow catalogue. Age and wear to album slipcover, record is fine. JD28374
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). American Authors. McLean, Yankee Ingenuities, 1991, first edition. A two-color poster, 24X36 inches, which shows a picture or portrait of 12 American authors, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, Richard Wright, Mark Twain, Edgar Allen Poe, etc., including John Steinbeck, it also includes a brief extract from The Grapes of Wrath. Rolled, never folded, fine. JD28343
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). ...and have you read. Stockton, Gardner's Book Shop, n.d. (c.1940), first edition. This bookmark leads with a note for (The) Grapes of Wrath, followed by the same question (and have you read) for All This, And Heaven Too, Rebecca, Inside Asia, and others. Fine. JD30655
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). Copland Conducts Copland. NY, Columbia Records, 1975, first edition. Columbia M 33586, includes a suite of six songs from Copland's film score for The Red Pony (originally composed in 1948), his fourth Hollywood commission, for this section Copland conducts the New Philharmonia Orchestra, liner notes by Philip Ramey about this suite as well as other works by Copland that are presented, not recorded by Morrow. As new, unplayed, in original shrink-wrap. JD28359
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). Copland: The Red Pony. NY, Odyssey Records, n.d. (c.1977), first edition, album slipcase. A 33 rpm record of the film score by Aaron Copland recorded by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra as conducted by Andre Previn, cover art of a farm scene with a large inset of a red pony by Richard Hess, the film version of the Steinbeck novel was released in 1949, scarce, this item wasn't in the Goldstone collection, but see Goldstone & Payne G53. Fine in a very good slipcase. JD826
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). Film Classics: Take 2. NY, RCA Records, 1982, first edition. A 33 rpm recording that plays classical music as played in several films, including Cannery Row (Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 6), Gallipoli, Caligula, and others. Minor wear to slipcover, else fine. JD28376
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). Holland. Burbank, Brother Records, 1972, first edition. A 33 rpm record of songs by The Beach Boys that features a three-cut string of California-based songs, the third of which (California Saga/California) mentions John Steinbeck, his hometown of Salinas, and Travels With Charley, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fine. JD28377
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). James Dean. Burbank, Warner Bros. Records, 1975, first edition. No. BS 2843, the LP reproduces excerpts from both the dialogue and the soundtrack from Dean's three famous films, including the classic East of Eden (and also Giant and Rebel Without A Cause), front of album slipcover with a giant photo of Dean, rear slipcover shows scenes from each of his three films accompanied by a quote about Dean from each of the film directors. As new, unplayed, in publisher's shrink-wrap. JD28369
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). James Dean. Burbank, Warner Bros. Records, 1975, first edition. No. BS 2843, the LP reproduces excerpts from both the dialogue and the soundtrack from Dean's three famous films, including the classic East of Eden (and also Giant and Rebel Without A Cause), front of album slipcover witha giant photo of Dean, rear slipcover shows scenes from each of his three films accompanied by a quote about Dean from each of the film directors, this is a promotional not-for-sale copy as indicated on the record label. Record is fine in a slipcover with remnants of a large sticker (probably having to do with its being a promotional copy), else fine. JD28370
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). John Steinbeck: Antaeus East of Eden. Logan, Perfection Form Company, n.d. (1973), first edition. This is a 135-frame, 19-minute filmstrip with an accompanying booklet and cassette tape, designed for us in schools, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Unused in its original box. JD28318
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). John Steinbeck. Washington, D. C., United States Postal Service, February 27, 1979, first edition. This is a First Day of Issue cachet featuring the John Steinbeck stamp, the first in the U. S. Postal Service's Literary Arts series, the Steinbeck stamp was the first in this series, the envelope carries the 15-cent Steinbeck stamp and carries both the First Day of Issue mark and the Feb. 27, 1979 postmark from Salinas, CA, Steinbeck's birthplace, it also features an illustration of Steinbeck with text about how his novels mirrored America's struggle and victory over the Great Depression years, this copy is also Signed by fellow Nobel laureate Saul Bellow, Bellow and Steinbeck shared Pascal Covici as their editor. Fine. JD28308
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). John Steinbeck. Washington, D. C., United States Postal Service, February 27, 1979, first edition. This is a First Day of Issue cachet featuring the John Steinbeck stamp, the first in the U. S. Postal Service's Literary Arts series, the Steinbeck stamp was the first in this series, the envelope carries a block of four 15-cent Steinbeck stamps and carries both the First Day of Issue mark and the Feb. 27, 1979 postmark from Salinas, CA, Steinbeck's birthplace, it also features an illustration of Steinbeck. Fine. JD28309
$10.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). John Steinbeck. Washington, D. C., United States Postal Service, February 27, 1979, first edition. This is a First Day of Issue cachet featuring the John Steinbeck stamp, the first in the U. S. Postal Service's Literary Arts series, the Steinbeck stamp was the first in this series, the envelope carries the 15-cent Steinbeck stamp and carries both the First Day of Issue mark and the Feb. 27, 1979 postmark from Salinas, CA, Steinbeck's birthplace (and on what would have been his 77th birthday), it also features an illustration of Steinbeck with text from his Nobel Prize speech and text about how Viking Penguin had published his works for more than 40 years, this copy was sent gratis to members of the Steinbeck Society by Viking Penguin, it includes their mass mailing cover letter in the original mailing envelope. Fine. JD28316
$20.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). John Steinbeck. Washington, D. C., United States Postal Service, February 27, 1979, first edition. This is a group of four different First Day of Issue cachets (envelopes) featuring the John Steinbeck stamp, part of the U. S. Postal Service's Literary Arts series, the Steinbeck stamp was the first in this series, the envelopes carry the 15-cent Steinbeck stamp and carry both the First Day of Issue mark and the Feb. 27, 1979 postmark from Salinas, CA, Steinbeck's birthplace, which would have been Steinbeck's 77th birthday, each also features an illustration of Steinbeck with some accompanying text, one of the envelopes was addressed to Maurice Beebe, editor of the "Journal of Modern Literature" at Temple University in Philadelphia. Fine. JD28331
$40.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). Of Mice and Men The Pearl. Peoria, Thomas S. Klise Co., 1978, first edition. Includes two one-hour cassette tapes on each of these two Steinbeck novels with a pamphlet guide, each was designed for scholarly enrichment, not recorded by Morrow, includes the publisher's catalogue laid loosely into its housing box. Publisher's catalogue is folded, pamphlet guide is aged, cassettes are unused. JD28320
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). Of Mice and Men. Anaheim, Mark56 Records, n.d. (c.1973), first edition. This is a two-record set that presents the original motion picture soundtrack for the film that starred Lon Chaney, Jr., Burgess Meredith, and Betty Field, it also includes the film dialogue, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or the Morrow catalogue. Fine in shrink-wrap. JD28361
$85.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). Of Mice and Men. n.p. (NY), The Theatre Guild, Inc., May 8, 1949, first edition. This is the mimeographed script for The Theatre Guild's radio broadcast as adapted for radio by Robert Anderson from Steinbeck's novel/play, this is one of just two copies retained by The Theatre Guild, the script consists of 60 sheets printed on rectos only, plus additional sheets of text as read by Roger Pryor about other Theatre Guild Productions and other sheets as read by Norman Brokenshire that are commercials for the sponsor, U. S. Steel Corporation, Anderson went on to a distinguished career as a playwright (Tea and Sympathy, Silent Night, Lonely Night), in this production Burgess Meredith reprised his film role as George, June Havoc played Curley's wife, George Matthews played Lennie, John Hamilton reprised his original stage role as Candy, noted actor E. G. Marshall played two roles, this item wasn't in the Adrian H. Goldstone collection, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. The sheets are stapled in the upper left-hand corner, just the most minor of wear, now housed in a custom blue cloth clam-shell case. JD30868
$3,500.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). Of Mice and Men. NY, Longacre Theatre, May 2014, first edition thus, wrappers. Softcover. This is the "Playbill" of this new production that starred James Franco and Chris O'Dowd, with a Who's Who brief biographies of the cast. Fine. JD31712
$10.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). Original Soundtrack from John Steinbeck's East of Eden. Los Angeles, Elektra/Asylum Records, 1981, first edition. Soundtrack is from the television mini-series that starred Jane Seymour and Timothy Bottoms, this is a promotional copy and not for sale, so stated in gilt on slipcase cover and on the record label. Corner bump to slipcase which has minor wear, record is fine. JD28358
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). Photograph. n.p. (NY), United Press International, October 25, 1962, first edition. A c.6X9-inch b&w photo of author John Steinbeck and his wife Elaine in New York after it was announced that he won the Nobel Prize for Literature, text that accompanies the photo is taped to the verso of the photo citing UPI photo credit. Fine. JD28311
$125.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). Photograph. Stockholm, United Press International, December 10, 1962, first edition. A c.8X6-inch b&w photo of Steinbeck receiving his Nobel Prize for Literature from Sweden's King Gustav Adolf in Stockholm's Concert Hall, text about the event is taped to the verso of the photo which gives a UPI Radio Telephoto credit, the text indicates that Steinbeck's prize consisted of a check for $50,043, a diploma, and a gold medal, it also notes that Steinbeck was accompanied by his wife, Elaine. Fine. JD28312
$125.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). Photograph. NY, United Press International, January 6, 1963, first edition. This is a wonderful photograph of two literary giants, John Steinbeck and Carl Sandburg, on the occasion of Sandburg's 85th birthday, the party was at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, although the two men were great friends, Steinbeck looks as if he's about to bite off the head of Sandburg who looks as serene as always, c.8.5X6.5 inches, UPI text about the photo is affixed to the verso which also carries the UPI photo credit. Fine. JD28313
$150.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). Pipe Dream. n.p. (NY), RCA Victor, n.d. (c.1955), first edition. This is an original cast recording of Pipe Dream which was adapted from Steinbeck's novel, Sweet Thursday, into this Broadway musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein, that play starred Helen Traubel, William Johnson, and Judy Tyler, RCA Victor LOC-1023, sticker to front of album slipcover notes "SPECIAL ADVANCE EDITION" even though it isn't, according to Miles Kreuger, president of the Institute of the American Musical, the front cover of the album erroneously omitted Judy Tyler's name credit which necessitated use of this sticker, Kreuger's business card is laid in loosely, liner notes by Rudolph Elie, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or the Morrow catalogue. Minor wear to album cover, record is fine. JD28363
$150.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). Pipe Dream. n.p. (NY), RCA Victor, n.d. (c.1955), first edition. This is an original cast recording of Pipe Dream which was adapted from Steinbeck's novel, Sweet Thursday, into this Broadway musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein, that play starred Helen Traubel, William Johnson, and Judy Tyler who is finally credited on the album cover, RCA Victor LOC-1023, liner notes by Rudolph Elie, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or the Morrow catalogue. Previous owner's name to back of album cover, record is fine. JD28364
$150.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). Pipe Dream. n.p. (NY), RCA Victor, n.d. (c.1955), first edition. This is an original cast recording of Pipe Dream which was adapted from Steinbeck's novel, Sweet Thursday, into this Broadway musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein, that play starred Helen Traubel, William Johnson, and Judy Tyler who is finally credited on the album cover, RCA Victor LOC-1097, liner notes by Rudolph Elie, this item wasn't in the Adrian H. Goldstone collection, but see Goldstone & Payne G55, not recorded by Morrow. Fine. JD28365
$150.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). Poster. Seattle, Western Printing Company, n.d. (1943), first edition. This c.18X24-inch poster advertises that "John Steinbeck writes about the little man in the war" in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer during World War II, the top of the poster is dominated by his name and a likeness of Steinbeck, the bottom half advertises his writing "Now in the P. I," not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Age-toned along edges, else clean, bright, and fine, now housed in a black steel and glass frame. JD28310
$375.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). Poster. n.p. (NY), Triangle Books, n.d. (c.1939), first edition. A color poster advertising "A Brand New Series Now Only 39-cents Each," about 10.5X14.5 inches, the top -- with a triangle within another design -- prints the heading above, the bottom has three sections in bold type (The Best Book, Famous Authors and Lowest Prices), John Steinbeck is one of five specific authors listed, and his Of Mice and Men, the Triangle edition, is one of three specific titles listed, this item wasn't recorded by Goldstone & Payne or the Morrrow catalogue. Some moisture seepage from the bottom up, else very nice. JD28345
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). Posters. San Jose, Steinbeck Research Center, Oct. 29, 1987, first edition. Two posters that advertise a lecture by literary scholar and author Louis Owens sponsored by the Steinbeck Research Center at San Jose State University, the posters are identical except that one measures 8.5X11 inches and the other 11X17 inches. Fine. JD28347
$30.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). Steinbeck & The Long Valley. n.p. (Monterey), Interspec Records, 1975, first edition. This "dramatic narrative with music" was written, sung, and narrated by David Baumgarten, slipcase rear with liner notes by Baumgarten with a photo of him and another of Steinbeck, also with a drawing of the Steinbeck house in Salinas, CA, the author's home town, Part One includes Ride A Red Pony, The Steinbeck House, Lenny and George, Guys Like Us, and others, Part Two includes Doc and Cannery Row, Pastures of Plenty, Bay of Monterey, and others, a very scarce record, not recorded by Morrow. Fine. JD28360
$65.00
[Steinbeckiana] (Steinbeck, John). The Grapes of Wrath. Franklin Centre, The Franklin Library, 1975, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This is a prospectus for the Franklin Library's edition of this classic, it includes quite a bit about both the novel and Steinbeck himself, illustrated with photos, not recorded by Morrow. Fine. JD29970
$10.00
[Steinbeckiana] Stern, Philip Van Doren (editor). The Pocket Book of Modern American Short Stories. Philadelphia, Blakiston, October 1943, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. No. 238, a paperback original that includes John Steinbeck's The Leader of the People, 86-105, text from The Long Valley, Goldstone & Payne B32, not recorded by Morrow, it also includes contributions by Erskine Caldwell, William Faulkner, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, Ring Lardner, William Saroyan, Sinclair Lewis, and many others. Very good plus. JD4718
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Stevens, George. Steinbeck's Uncovered Wagon. NY, Saturday Review, April 15, 1939, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. He reviews Steinbeck's masterpiece, The Grapes of Wrath, 3-4, this is the lead article in this issue, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good. JD32250
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Stock, Dennis. James Dean Revisited. NY, Viking, 1978, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Text and photos by Stock, including some from the film version of John Steinbeck's East of Eden, which was Dean's first film roll, not recorded by Morrow. Fine. JD28830
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Stott, William and Jane. On Broadway. Austin, University of Texas, 1978, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Profusely illustrated with performance photos by Fred Fehl, includes text about and photo from Pipe Dream, a Rodgers and Hammerstein Broadway musical adaptation of John Steinbeck's novel, Sweet Thursday, not recorded by Morrow. Fine. JD28772
$37.50
[Steinbeckiana] Swados, Harvey (editor). The American Writer and the Great Depression. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1966, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Includes introductory remarks and a selection from John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath, pages 118-129, illustrated with many Dorthea Lange photos, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good plus. JD28587
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] T. T. Thomas. I, James Dean. NY, Popular Library, April 1957, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. No. W400, a paperback original, a biography of Dean illustrated with 16 pages of photos, includes one photo of him from the film version of John Steinbeck's East of Eden, his first film, text discusses his life inside and outside of his three fiilms, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fine. JD28523
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] Taylor, Frank J. California's "Grapes of Wrath". Pleasantville, Reader's Digest, November 1939, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. A not very flattering review (more like a rebuke) of John Steinbeck's masterpiece, The Grapes of Wrath, pages 89-95, text from "Forum," this issue also includes Sherwood Anderson, Charles A. Lindbergh, and Antoine de Saint Exupery, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Near fine. JD28419
$22.50
[Steinbeckiana] Taylor, Frank J. California's Grapes of Wrath. Concord, Forum and Century, November 1939, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. A condemnation of John Steinbeck and his novel, The Grapes of Wrath, pages 232-238, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good plus. JD28421
$37.50
[Steinbeckiana] Tedlock, E. W. Jr. and Wicker, C. V. Steinbeck And His Critics. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 1957, first edition , dust jacket. Hardcover. "A record of twenty-five years," this scarce book is both a critical study and an anthology, it includes 29 articles by 17 critics such as Frederic I. Carpenter, Lewis Gannett, Stanley Edgar Hyman, Joseph Wood Krutch, Peter Lisca, Antonia Seixas (Ed Ricketts ex-wife), and others, as well as six "reactions" to criticism by Steinbeck, two of which appear for the first time here, Goldstone & Payne B104, Morrow 352. Very good in a good jacket. JD6623
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Tedlock, E. W. Jr. and Wicker, C. V. Steinbeck And His Critics. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 1957, first edition , dust jacket. Hardcover. "A record of twenty-five years," this scarce book is both a critical study and an anthology, it includes 29 articles by 17 critics such as Frederic I. Carpenter, Lewis Gannett, Stanley Edgar Hyman, Joseph Wood Krutch, Peter Lisca, Antonia Seixas (Ed Ricketts ex-wife), and others, as well as six "reactions" to criticism by Steinbeck, two of which appear for the first time here, as an anthology, it includes My Short Novels,Critics, Critics, Burning Bright, Critics--From a Writer's Viewpoint, A Letter on Criticism, On Steinbeck and His Critics, and Rationale by Steinbeck himself, Goldstone & Payne B104, Morrow 352, this is an Association Copy, being the copy of Steinbeck scholar Robert DeMott, so written by DeMott on the front free endpaper, DeMott has been among the best of Steinbeck scholars for decades and is easily the most accessible writer who can explain and expound on Steinbeck in something other than English professor-speak, in additional to his many scholarly articles about Steinbeck, he was acting director of the Steinbeck Research Center at San Jose State University, he helped launch "The Steinbeck Quarterly," a mostly scholarly publication dedicated to Steinbeck, he is also the author of a trilogy of books on Steinbeck beginning with his influential Steinbeck's Reading published in 1984, followed by Working Days which follows Steinbeck's own journal kept while writing The Grapes of Wrath, that was followed by Steinbeck's Typewriter, he also wrote the introduction to his friend Jim Harrison's bibliography. Previous owner's large ink name/date, along with a notation of Steinbeck's birth date on the front free endpaper, jacket clipped, some tape ghosts. JD32024
$150.00
[Steinbeckiana] Terkel;, Studs. "We Still See Their Faces". San Francisco, San Francisco Review of Books, Spring 1989, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This is an excerpt from Terkel's introduction to the 50th anniversary of The Grapes of Wrath, 24, 29, it also includes a review by James D. Houston of both Working Days: The Journals of The Grapes of Wrath edited by Robert DeMott and a reprinting of Steinbeck's The Harvest Gypsies, 25-26, also includes an article on Anne Rice. Fine. JD32252
$7.50
[Steinbeckiana] The Valley Guild. The Steinbeck House Cookbook. Salinas, The Valley Guild, 1984, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Pictorial jacket shows the Steinbeck House at 132 Central Avenue in Salinas, the Nobel Prize-winning author's home town, this is No.92 of 500 numbered copies, recipes edited by Kay Hillyard from the Steinbeck family, many of which are still served at the house, includes a preface by Elaine Steinbeck and both an introduction and a foreword by Lee Richard Hayman, photo illustrations by Steve Crouch, promotional materials laid in loosely. Fine. JD28906
$100.00
[Steinbeckiana] The Valley Guild. The Steinbeck House Cookbook. Salinas, The Valley Guild, 1984, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Pictorial jacket shows the Steinbeck House at 132 Central Avenue in Salinas, the Nobel Prize-winning author's home town, recipes edited by Kay Hillyard from the Steinbeck family, many of which are still served at the house, includes a preface by Elaine Steinbeck and both an introduction and a foreword by Lee Richard Hayman, photo illustrations by Steve Crouch, promotional materials laid in loosely. Fine. JD28907
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] Timmerman, John H. John Steinbeck's Fiction The Aesthetics of the Road Taken. Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1986, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. This copy Inscribed by the author. Foxing to top and fore edges, else fine. JD28918
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Todd, William B. John Steinbeck: An Exhibition of American and Foreign Editions. Austin, Humanities Research Center, 1963, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Cover photo of Steinbeck, 36 entries each with multiple listings, one of 2,000 copies, Goldstone & Payne B137, Morrow 598, this copy with a "With the compliments of The Humanities Research Center slip laid in loosely. Fine. JD30926
$30.00
[Steinbeckiana] Valjean, Nelson. John Steinbeck The Errant Knight. San Francisco, Chronicle Books, 1975, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. "An intimate biography of his California years," with several photographic illustrations, frontispiece photo of Steinbeck by Phillippe Halsman, Morrow 634. Fine in a rubbed (as usual) jacket. JD1973
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Valjean, Nelson. John Steinbeck The Errant Knight. San Francisco, Chronicle Books, 1975, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. "An intimate biography of his California years," with several photographic illustrations, frontispiece photo of Steinbeck by Phillippe Halsman, Morrow 634. Fine. JD28796
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Van Antwerp, Margaret A. (editor). Dictionary of Literary Biography, Documentary Series, Vol. 2. Detroit, Gale Research, 1982, first edition. Isssued without dust jacket, Review Copy with typed note signed and a press release from Gale Research laid in loosely, 480 pages, illustrated, authors covered in this volume include James Gould Cozzens, James T. Farrell, William Faulkner, John O'Hara, Thomas Wolfe, Richard Wright, and John Steinbeck, the Steinbeck section offered by Martha Heasley Cox, founder of the Steinbeck Research Center at San Jose State University, pages 279-332. Fine. JD28781
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Van Doren, Mark. The Private Reader. NY, Henry Holt, 1942, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. A Review Copy with review slip dated February 23 (1942), the book includes selected articles and reviess by Van Doren, including a review of John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men, pages 255-257, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fine in a very good jacket. JD28487
$60.00
[Steinbeckiana] Wallace, David Rains. The Wilder Shore. San Francisco, Sierra Club Books, 1984, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Includes numerous photo illustrations by Morley Baer, foreword by Wallace Stegner, this trade edition was distributed by Random House, issued as part of the Sierra Club's Exhibit Format Series, the first to be issued in 10 years, an excellent and remarkable book with much about California authors and "their land," including Ed Ricketts, page 16, and John Steinbeck, pages 16, 18, 48, 54, 65-66, 71, 83, 87-88, 139, this copy is Inscribed by both the author and the photographer, David Rains Wallace and Morley Baer, additionally, Stegner has Signed his foreword, several prospectuses and two "compliments" cards from the Sierra Club laid in loosely. Fine`. JD28777
$250.00
[Steinbeckiana] Warga, Wayne. Hardcover. NY, Arbor House, 1985, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Author's First Book, advance copy, an uncorrected proof of this biblio-mystery in which a John Steinbeck first edition is the main clue, this copy Inscribed by Warga, autographed note from Warga also laid in loosely. Fine. JD28911
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Warga, Wayne. Hardcover. NY, Arbor House, 1985, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Author's First Book, a biblio-mystery in which a John Steinbeck first edition is the main clue, this copy Inscribed by Warga. Top and fore edge foxed, else fine. JD28912
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Watt, F. W. John Steinbeck. NY, Grove Press, 1962, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. A paperback original, an Evergreen Pilot Book, Review Copy with review slip showing publication date as May 31, 1962, this is the first American edition, cover photo by Karsh, Goldstone & Payne F47, not recorded by Morrow. Piece of tape to front cover, very good plus. JD28527
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Watt, F. W. John Steinbeck. Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd, 1962, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Issued as No. 16 in its Writers and Critics series with a bibliography at the end, cover photo by Karsh, Goldstone & Payne F48, Morrow 595, scarce. Very good. JD28529
$30.00
[Steinbeckiana] Watt, F. W. Steinbeck. NY, Chip's Bookshop, 1978, first edition thus. Issued without dust jacket, this is the first hardcover edition, originally published as a paperback original in both Edinburgh and the United States in 1962, not recorded by Morrow. Fine. JD28820
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Weeks, Donald. Steinbeck Against Steinbeck. Stanford, The Pacific Spectator, Autumn 1947, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Not a particularly flattering article (for the usual reasons--Steinbeck is sentimental, his books aren't as good as the earlier ones, etc.), pages 447-457, this is the Vol. 1, No. 4 issue of this Stanford University publication, inside front cover has been Signed by one of its editors, Wallace Stegner, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Yapped edges, bright and clean, especially scarce in this condition. JD28433
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Westbrook, Max (editor). The Modern American Novel: Essays in Criticism. NY, Random House, 1966, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. No. 6 in a Random House study in language and literature, includes criticism of all the big names, including John Steinbeck, pages 170-172, and The Grapes of Wrath As Fiction by Peter Lisca, pages 173-193, with passages from the novel as well, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good plus. JD28576
$12.50
[Steinbeckiana] Wilhelmson, Carl. Midsummernight. NY, Farrar & Rinehart, 1930, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Author's First Book, illustrated with 10 full-page woodcuts by Lynd Ward, one of which was used for the front cover of the dust jacket, additionally illustrated with chapter heading woodcuts by Ward, Wilhelmson was a writer friend of John Steinbeck's during his Stanford days and somewhat beyond, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good. JD28263
$75.00
[Steinbeckiana] Wilhelmson, Carl. Speed of the Reindeer. NY, Viking, 1954, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. A young person's story of Lapland, illustrated by Rafaelio Busoni, Wilhelmson was a fellow writer and friend of John Steinbeck during their days together at Stanford University and somewhat beyond, back panel of the dust jacket recalls the time they spent together at Lake Tahoe while Steinbeck was writing his first book, Cup of Gold, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne nor the Morrow catalogue. Near fine. JD28264
$60.00
[Steinbeckiana] Wilson, Edmund. The Boys in the Back Room. San Francisco, The Colt Press, 1941, first trade edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. One of 1,500 copies, it includes a chapter on John Steinbeck, pages 41-53, not a particularly flattering piece by Wilson who could never find anything worthwhile about Steinbeck's writing, Wilson also writes about James M. Cain, John O'Hara, Hans Ottto Storm, William Saroyan, and F. Scott Fitzgerald, all of whom Wilson referred to as California novelists, this is in the variant binding of black cloth and green boards, Goldstone & Payne F10, Morrow 577. Near fine in a very good jacket. JD28482
$150.00
[Steinbeckiana] Wilson, Edmund. The Boys in the Back Room. San Francisco, The Colt Press, 1941, first trade edition. Lacking its dust jacket, one of 1,500 copies, it includes a chapter on John Steinbeck, pages 41-53, not a particularly flattering piece by Wilson who could never find anything worthwhile about Steinbeck's writing, Wilson also writes about James M. Cain, John O'Hara, Hans Ottto Storm, William Saroyan, and F. Scott Fitzgerald, all of whom Wilson referred to as California novelists, this is in the variant binding of black cloth and green boards, Goldstone & Payne F10, Morrow 577. Very good plus. JD30933
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] Wilson, Edmund. The Californians: Storm and Steinbeck. NY, The New Republic, December 9, 1940, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. The third in a series on American writers, it also quotes John Steinbeck's In Dubious Battle, pages 784-787, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Library stamps from Princeton University, some spine corruption, else very good. JD28415
$25.00
[Steinbeckiana] Winterich, John T. Writers in America, 1842-1967. Jersey City, The Davey Company, 1968, first edition. With publisher's slipcase, illustrated by Fritz Kredel, with a note from the publisher laid in loosely, includes The Fruits of Wrath: John Steinbeck, pages 74-76, also includes Charles Dickens, Edgar Allan Poe, Herman Melville, Mark Twain, Robert Frost, Ernest Hemingway, and others, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fine. JD32254
$30.00
[Steinbeckiana] Witham, W. Tasker. Panorama of American Literature. n.p. (NY), Stephen Daye Press, 1947, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Includes illustrations and photos as well as text about all the major American writers up to that time, material on John Steinbeck on pages 246, 340-345, Goldstone & Payne F27, not recorded by Morrow. Fine in a very good jacket. JD28515
$35.00
[Steinbeckiana] Womack, John Jr. Zapata and the Mexican Revolution. NY, Knopf, 1969, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. With photos of Zapata, Zapatistas, and others directly involved in the revolution, it mentions the film Viva Zapata! as one of two films done on Zapata, citing the film for which Steinbeck wrote the screenplay as by far the better and noting the strength of Steinbeck's scholarship in his preparation for writing the screenplay, this is one of the best Zapata studies and is cited by those such as Robert Morsberger as important, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Previously affixed bookplate, top edge spotted, else fine. JD5909
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] Womack, John Jr. Zapata and the Mexican Revolution. NY, Knopf, 1969, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. With photos of Zapata, Zapatistas, and others directly involved in the revolution, it mentions the film Viva Zapata! as one of two films done on Zapata, citing the film for which Steinbeck wrote the screenplay as by far the better and noting the strength of Steinbeck's scholarship in his preparation for writing the screenplay, this is one of the best Zapata studies and is cited by those such as Robert Morsberger as important, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Very good plus. JD28706
$50.00
[Steinbeckiana] Wood, Samuel E. Wine from the "Grapes of Wrath". n.p. (Berkeley), Samuel E. Wood, n.d. (1939), first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This off-print is the first separate printing of this piece which was originally published in the September 1939 issue of the National Municipal Review, at the time Wood was employed by the Bureau of Public Administration, University of California, Berkeley, his article is about the deplorable housing conditions that faced migrant farm workers, this is an Author Presentation Copy, being Inscribed "To Frances (?) Wilson/with compliments/of the author," although he doesn't specifically mention John Steinbeck or The Grapes of Wrath, it is obvious where Wood got his title, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow, rare. Very good. JD28479
$125.00
[Steinbeckiana] Woodward, Robert H. The Steinbeck Research Center at San Jose State University: A Descriptive Catalogue. San Jose, San Jose State University, 1985, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Precedes the hardcover issue by several months, with a note from the research center noting that the casebound edition would in fact be late, with a foreword by Robert DeMott, then director of the research center, photo illustrated. Fine. JD29024
$45.00
[Steinbeckiana] Yevtushenko, Yevgeny. Yevtushenko Poems. NY, Dutton, 1966, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Translation by Herbert Marshall, a bilingual edition with text in both Russian and English, in his introduction, dated Moscow 1965, Yevtushenko speaks of the American authors he has read and their influence on him, including his friend, John Steinbeck, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. Fore edge foxed, else fine in a clipped very good jacket. JD28586
$25.00

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