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1 Jamaica Gallery: A Documentary of the Island of Jamaica, West Indies Kappel, Philip
Little, Brown and Company 1960 Jamaica Edition; Stated 1st Printing Hard Copy in Slipcase Very Good+ in Very Good+ Slipcase Philip Kappel 
Inscribed by author, Philip Kappel, on front free end page as follows: "To my dear friend Ed [unreadable] [signed] Phil Kappel June 29 1974". Hard bound in slipcase. Book is in Very Good+ condition: slight fading on spine; binding is tight and square, and pages are clean and bright. Slipcase is in Very Good+ condition: some slight discoloration. Laid in are: (1) photograph of two men and 1 woman - marked on rear: "23 June '74 with Philip Kappel and Mrs. Pappas". (Note: Mrs. Pappas was the widow of Mitchel N. Pappas who had been on faculty at Trinity College's Fine Arts Department and who died in 1971. The Mitchel N. Pappas Memorial Prize at Trinity was funded by the Philip Kappel Endowment and awarded to senior students who showed special promise in the area of studio arts); (2) 2 copies of a flyer for Philip Kappel's Exhibition of etchings june 1-30, 1974; and (3) photocopy of a letter dated 19th December 1960 on Buckingham Palace letterhead saying: "Dear Mr. Kappel The copy of your book 'Jamaica Gallery' which you inscribed for The Queen has arrived and I have given it to Her Majesty, who commands me to thank you very much indeed for it. Her Majesty is delighted to possess a copy of this charming book. Yours Sincerely Martin Charteris". (Note: Martin Charteris was then Assistant Private Secretary to the Sovereign, and subsequently became Private Secretary.) 
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