First edition of the first known book-length Japanese American autobiography, chronicling the author's "wandering life" to the United States, including his education at the Hampton Institute, Howard University, and Yale.
By Maurice V. Wilkes, David J. Wheeler, and Stanley Gill
First edition, important association copy of this early work on subroutines in computer programming, owned and annotated by Mary Lee Woods, noted computer scientist and programmer (and mother of World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee).
Warmly inscribed first printing of the Pulitzer Prize-winning memoir of the trailblazing publisher of the WASHINGTON POST during the tumultuous period that saw the stories of the Pentagon Papers and Watergate — with signed letter from Donald Graham.
Signed first printing of the autobiography of the (in)famous evolutionary biologist and giant of the modern atheist movement, reflecting on his career and the fame brought about by his best-selling books.
By Mary Wollstonecraft Shelly, edited by Susan J. Wolfson and Ronald Levao
Signed first printing of this exploration of the historical context and continuing popularity of Mary Shelley's groundbreaking novel, this copy inscribed to Stanley Plumly — with an with original poem by him below inscription.