24mo. One of 100 copies. With eight illustrations by Davie Dicker. A whimsical account of a weekend sailing trip undertaken by the actress and copiously imbibing friends. Bogart served as the ship's captain. This beautiful miniature book was designed and printed by Stuart, who in her later years embarked on a second career as a fine printer of handmade books that found homes in prominent museums and libraries. N° de ref. de la librería
Título: BOATING WITH BOGART.
Editorial: Imprenta Glorias 
Año de publicación: 1993
Condición del libro: Fine
Edición: First edition.
Descripción Imprenta Glorias, Los Angeles, 1993. Miniature Books Ilustrador. miniature book (7.5 x 5.2 cm). paper-covered boards, paper spine label. not paginated (26 leaves). Limited to 100 numbered copies (Bradbury, Imprenta Glorias 1). In this book Gloria Stuart tells her story of going boating with Humphrey Bogart in 1938. Printed by Robin Price. Composition by Bieler Press. Embellishments by Davie Dicker (pseudonym of Ward Ritchie). With a Humphrey Bogart United States postal stamp laid in. Signed by Gloria Stuart and Davie Dicker. paper-covered boards, paper spine label. Nº de ref. de la librería 60819
Descripción Los Angeles Imprenta Glorias 1993, 1993. First Edition. One of a special deluxe edition limited to 100 copies of this beautiful hand-made miniature book (3Ó x 2Ó) which is signed by the author - actress Gloria Stuart who was nominated for an Academy Award for her supporting performance in Titanic and who is the designer of this book. Laid in is a 32 cent U.S. postage stamp of actor Humphrey Bogart. Twenty-six pages, unpaginated. Printed by Robin Price. Dark blue marble paper boards with a printed paper label reading ÒBogieÓ affixed to the spine. Very fine. The very funny true story of a misbegotten sailing trip to Santa Catalina Island from Los Angeles aboard John BarrymoreÕs former yacht, the Mariner, in 1938 with four couples; Humphrey Bogart and his wife Mayo Methot, whom Bogart nicknamed ÔSluggyÕ, Mary Baker, a successful writerÕs agent and her husband, screenwriter Mel Baker (Seventh Heaven and The Last Days of Pompeii), Gilbert Gabriel, an ex-Broadway drama critic and his wife Honey, and Gloria Stuart and her husband Arthur Sheekman, screenwriter and Òboon companion to the Marx BrothersÓ. Gloria Stuart is one of HollywoodÕs most enduring treasures, who at 93 is still acting and creating artistÕs books. She starred in James WhaleÕs classic Universal horror films The Old Dark House (1932) and The Invisible Man (1933), John FordÕs Airmail (1932) and The Prisoner of Shark Island (1935), Busby BerkeleyÕs Gold Diggers of 1935, appeared twice with Shirley Temple in Poor Little Rich Girl (1936) and Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1938), with Peter OÕToole in My Favorite Year (1982), in Titanic (1997), and in some recent television movies. Nº de ref. de la librería 11802E