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    [The Art Directors Club of New York.] Three Annual[s] of Advertising, Editorial & Television Art & Design. New York: Watson-Guptill, 1968, 1969, and 1972. All three approximately 8.5 x 11.5 inches. Two in slipcases. One with bookplate. [together with:] [Charles Nix, TDC Chairman]. The Annual of the Type Directors Club Typography Twenty-Six. New York: Collins Design, 2005. [and:] Numbers 127 and 128 of Graphis. International Journal of Graphic Art and Applied Art. Zurich: The Graphis Press, 1966; both numbers with clean and rough cuts. All heavily illustrated. Publishers' bindings. Bindings lightly rubbed, corner bumps or bends, few books with smudges or minor soiling. One slipcase with paper coming up from boards. Very good. From the Estate of Rod McKuen.

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    12th Thursday
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