1. [FILM SCRIPT.] Hot Curves. 1930. 4to. Full leather, title and director's name in gilt on spine, joints chipped, spine unevenly sunned. Director Norman Taurog's bound copy of the script for the 1930 baseball film Hot Curves, heavily annotated by him in pencil throughout.
2. [SHEET MUSIC.] 4 items: (a) Lardner, R.W. (music), and G. Harris White (music). "Little Puff of Smoke, Good-Night." Chicago & New York: 1910. (b) Lardner and White. "Gee, It's a Wonderful Game." New York & Chicago: 1911. (c) Guild, T.G. "The Illinois Loyalty Song." Champaign: 1907.
All 4to. Original illustrated wrappers. Light wear, cover of (c) torn. [with] (d) Victor, Jack. "Baseball Billy." Michigan: 1931. 4to. Self-wrappers. Hand-inked notes on printed staff paper with lyrics typed in, stenciled cover titles.
3. [POETRY BROADSIDE.] Williams, Jonathan. "Poem on His Name, on His Birthday: February 18, 1980." North Carolina: 1980. Illustrated broadside poem. Lightly rubbed. One of 450 (of 500 total).