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    Ross Macdonald. Self-Portrait. Santa Barbara: 1981. First edition; limited edition "E," one of 26 lettered copies. Signed by Macdonald and Eudora Welty, who wrote the introduction. One of twenty-six lettered copies signed by the author and Eudora Welty, (276 in total edition). Octavo. [6], iv, 129, [5] pages. Publisher's black leather, spine lettered in silver; all text block edges trimmed; red endpapers; housed in marbled paper-covered slipcase. Faintest hint of pale soiling at front board, else fine. With photograph of Macdonald and Welty, who wrote the introduction, tucked into a pocket at front pastedown.

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    October, 2020
    15th-16th Thursday-Friday
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