Lot of forty-five books, twenty-eight fiction and seventeen nonfiction, to include: Salinger, J. D., "The Kitbook for Soldiers, Saliors, and Marines," Chicago: Consolidated Book Publishers, Inc., 1943, edited by E.X. Pastor, second issue of First edition, pictorial red, navy and white paper-covered boards, compiled by R.M. Barrows, first appearance, in print, of J.D. Salinger, illustrations some in full color; Child, Julia and Beck, Simone; "Mastering the Art of French Cooking: Volume Two," Knopf, 1970, stated first edition; Louys, Pierre, "The Songs of Bilits," The Pierre Louys Society, 1928, illustrated by Franz Felix with twenty-three color plates all with tissue protectors identifying each plate, plus decorations, limited to 933 copies all on pure rag Unicorn laid paper, olive green cloth with heavy gilt decorations and lettering; "Original Charades," Cambridge, MA: Folsom, Wells and Thurston, 1839, First edition, original brown embossed cloth with gilt titling; Egan, Pierce, "Life in London: Or the Day and Night Scenes of Jerry Hawthorne," London: Sherwood, Neely and Jones, 1823, illustrated by 36 aquatint plates which are hand-colored, several vignette wood engravings by Cruikshank and 3 fold-out pages of music, second edition, three quarter calf with red leather title label. Provenance: From a Massachusetts estate.