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    [Bohemian Club]. Group of Twenty-Seven Grove Plays. San Francisco: 1946-1976.

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    [Bohemian Club]. Group of Twenty-Seven Grove Plays. San Francisco: Grabhorn Press and others, 1946-1976.

    Twenty-seven volumes in publisher's cloth with titles on spines. Some printed in red and black. Some with illustrations and printed music. Titles include Don Quixote (Grabhorn Press, 1955), Sancho Panza (Grabhorn Press, 1965), Armada (Lawton and Alfred Kennedy, 1974), The Golden Cave (Lawton and Alfred Kennedy, 1973), Diablo (Grabhorn Press, 1957), The Valley of the Moon ([Grabhorn Press],1966) and many others.  Bindings lightly rubbed, few spines lightly color faded, one (The Bucacaneers) with previous owner's pen name on rear cover. Bookseller's pencil notes with limitation statements on endpapers, few ink inscriptions, few joints and hinges starting. Very good to fine. From the collection of California bibliophile Melba Berry Bennett.

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