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All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted.
NY, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, (1978). The author's own set of page proofs of his first publication for the general book trade. Signed and titled by Doig on the dedication page (the first sheet present) and with several corrections in his hand. Numbered to 314 pages, printed on rectos only; roughly 7" x 9" sheets, in a 3-ring binder. With a signed letter of provenance from Doig, on his stationery, attesting to the set as being from his archives and with his corrections. A memoir of growing up in Montana with his father and grandmother, This House of Sky: Landscapes of a Western Mind was voted one of the five best books ever written on Montana; winner of the Christopher Award and a finalist for the National Book Award. Doig received a Distinguished Achievement Award from the Western Literature Association. Tape to copyright page and a few paper clips scattered throughout; else a fine set. A unique copy of a modern classic, with impeccable provenance. [#030111] $2,500
NY, Atheneum, 1987. His fifth book, and the second novel in his McCaskill trilogy, which chronicles the settlement and development of the state of Montana. This volume spans three decades from 1889, when Montana became a state, to the 1920s. Inscribed by Doig: "For Steve [Krauzer] another word guy/ with all good wishes/ Ivan Doig/ Fact & Fiction/ Sept. 29, 1987." A good association copy. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#027887] $100
NY, Atheneum, 1990. Advance Uncorrected Proof. Very Good in wrappers. [#703208] $20