* The Czech Avant-Garde and Czech Book Design: the 1920s and 1930s (Madison, NJ: Farleigh-Dickinson University, no date )
First Edition. The exhibition that formed the basis for this catalogue was commissioned by the Ginza Graphic Gallery in Tokyo in 1996 and drawn from the Fairleigh Dickinson University Library's Emma Dana Collection, as well as private collections. The exhibition and resulting catalogue examine one stream in Czech publishing between the wars, the work of the avant-garde. The examples on display demonstrate the links between Czech artists and the European avant-garde, which largely inspired them, and also make clear the Czechs' own special contributions to the international avant-garde movement.
* Four Private Libraries of New-York. A Contribution to the History of Bibliophilism in America by Henri Pene du Bois (New York: Duprat & Co., 1892)
First Edition. Of the 1,000 copies printed, this is one of 800 numbered copies printed on Holland paper. Preface by Octave Uzanne. Printed at The De Vinne Press. With a frontispiece and twelve photogravure plates reproducing the bindings of famous craftsmen as well as bookplates and book illustrations. With chapters on The Art of Bookbinding, Historical Book-Covers, The Elzevirs, and more.