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Yukon Alone: The World’s Toughest Adventure Race - Signed First

By: Balzar, John

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New York, Henry Holt & Co.: 2000

Edition: First printing

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 2052

Condition: Fine

Hardcover with dust jacket, xi 304 pp. Fine in near fine jacket. Signed by Balzar on the title page. “The Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race is one of the most challenging sporting events in the world. Every February, a handful of hardy souls spends over two weeks racing sleds pulled by fourteen dogs over 1,023 miles of frozen rivers, icy mountain passes, and spruce forests as big as entire states, facing temperatures that drop to forty degrees below zero on nights that are seventeen hours long. Why would anyone want to enter this race? John Balzar-who moved to Alaska and lived on t... View more info

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Detroit Tigers Yesterday & Today

By: Cantor, George; Sparky Anderson, foreword

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Lincolnwood, Illinois, West Side Books: 2009

Edition: First printing

Seller ID: 929

ISBN: 1412775159

Condition: Fine

Cantor, George; Sparky Anderson, foreword. Detroit Tigers Yesterday & Today. Lincolnwood, Illinois: West Side Publishing, 2009, first edition, first printing. Hardcover with illustrated boards and dust jacket, 11 3/8 by 10-inhces, 144 pp., heavily illustrated in [mostly] color. The book is in fine, like new condition. The dust jacket has a light dampstain along the bottom edge of the front panel which can only be faintly seen on the front of the jacket. A wonderful history of the Tigers from a veteran Detroit newsman. Foreword by their late coach, Sparky Anderson. No writing, highlight... View more info

The Golfer’s Pocket Tip Book

By: Fox, G.D., Jack White

Price: $70.00

Publisher: New York, James Pott & Co.: c1905

Seller ID: 445

Condition: Very Good +

nd (c1905) Hardcover, no jacket, 3 7/8 by 5 7/8-inches, vii, 8 – 126 pp plus one ad for Spalding clubs Red cloth with gilt spine and cover titles Light rubbing to the corners and head and tail of the spine Text is clean and bright Includes sections on wooden-club play, iron-club play, bunker play, putting, the rules of golf, and illustrated with thirty-four photographs of Jack White playing White was a Scottish golfer who won the Open Championship (The Open) in 1904 (case) View more info