|Hough, Katherine Plake; Zakian, Michael. Michael Todd: 25 Year Survey. Palm Spring Desert Museum, 1989. Unmarked. A few bumps on the edges and the cover. Very Good. Paperback. (#31176) $15.00
Catalog for February 3 to April 23, 1989 exhibition at the Palm Spring Desert Museum organized by Katherine Plake Hough and Michael Zakian.
Die cut cover. One color image and black-and-white images throughout. Essay. Biography and Exhibition History. Bibliography. Measures 8.5×11 inches.
Michael Todd (b. 1935) is an American sculptor. He began his career making fetish assemblages, and then started to work with the circle motif. He became interested in calligraphy and the Zen brushstroke called enso. When this exhibition was presented, he was working in metal sculptures built around a circle shape.
|Thurman, Sue Bailey. Pioneers of Negro Origin in California. San Francisco: Acme Publishing Company, 1952. Unmarked. A few age spots on front end page. Good. Spiral Bound. (#31157) $25.00
This book first appeared as a series of articles in the San Francisco Sun-Reporter in 1949. Illustrations, portraits. 70p. Spiral binding.
|Miller, Ron and Peggy. Mines of the Mojave. La Siesta Press, 1992. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback. (#30710) $15.00
A 1992 reprint of the 1976 original edition. Black and white illustrations throughout, including maps. Covers mines across the Mojave Desert west of the Nevada border, including McJave-Rosamond, El Paso-Randsburg, Burro Schmidt’s Tunnel, Barstow-Calicc, Clark-Mescal, misplace mines, and more. References. Index. 72p.