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        Las Guerras con las Tribus Yaqui y Mayo del Estado de Sonora

      Mexico City: Tipografia del Departamento de Estado Mayor, 1905 342+ix with fold out map. Large Quarto (13" x 8 1/4") issued in original wrappers. First edition.There is an abundance of documentation concerning the history of indigenous populations of Mexico prior to the arrival of the Spaniards. These documents were constructed from information about the groups with whom the Spaniards had the most contact and focus on the life and governance of these groups. In comparison, relatively little is known of the hunters and gatherers that for most of the colonial period occupied a marginal position relative to the central political scheme. These peoples, located in the arid part of America, were relegated to colonization by religious missionary orders. The Spanish colonization machine with its array of bureaucrats and administrators was first established in the Mesoamerican region because of its geo-political importance as a central area for decision-making and development of the colonial society. What is commonly known as the Aztec Empire consisted of 38 provinces which paid tribute, and the Empire was, in reality, a rather loose confederation of city-states with different political systems and situations. This confederation of city-states encompassed many different ethnic groups and a diverse array of languages. The cities in the central region consisted of primarily Nahuatl and Otomi speaking populations. To the northeast were the Huastecos, Totonacas, and Mazatecos. To the southeast the Mixtecos, Zapotecos. To the south the Mayas. To the southeast the Tlapanecas and Cuitlatecas. To the west the Mazahuas and the Matlazincas. The consolidation of this confederation of cities and settlements by the Mexicans who exercised their hegemony over these varied peoples, created a class of leaders of which the Tlatoani or Supreme Lord, warriors, and functionaries were a part; a class of businessmen and traders, the pochtecas, who, at the time of the colonization, were beginning to enjoy increasing importance and privilege. The campesinos (or countrymen), whether Nahuatl, Zapotec, or Mixtec, continued their life at the margin of these city-states in their apogee. The campesinos or macehualtzin were all members of a community, with usufruct rights to the land where they established their home and an agricultural plot. The territorial space was called the calpulli or what we now know as indigenous communal area or settlement. This calpulli was characterized by a sociopolitical organization based on a definition of territory, barrio or sometimes kinship. The Spanish colonization produced a phenomenon that on one hand tended to blur the cultural differences of the ethnic groups, while on the other contributing to the persistence of the same groups. These managed to retain their own identities yet with a colonial overlay that gave them an identity imposed by the colonizer (religious, or subjects to the king, mine of hacienda workers. etc.). With independence the indigenous peoples acquired the same liberties and rights as other segments of the population. Nevertheless, in many cases they were still subject to special laws and rules that kept them in a marginal and inferior situation relative to the white mestizo population. With the expansion of the agricultural and livestock frontier, and the development of capitalist relations of production in the field (salaried labor, production of commercial crops, capital investments in agrarian property, and the growth of infrastructure in the rural areas) the indigenous populations suffered a massive despoiling and appropriation of their territories, and many of them were exiled or resettled in less hospitable areas. This was the origin of the emergence of the great latifundios and haciendas, that established themselves in the territories belonging to the indigenous people and in which the indigenous populations were incorporated in systems of servants or clientage (peones acacillados). The exploitation of indigenous labor and the takeover of their lands generated conflict which erupted in the caste wars such as the Yaqui War in Sonora, or the Caste War in Yucatan in the Nineteenth Century, and which eventually culminated in the Revolution of 1910. Francisco del Paso y Troncoso has gathered the documentation starting in the colonial period in 1529 to 1902 to present the history of these wars of the Yaqui and Maya.Condition:spine taped and ends chipped, corners chipped, detached from spine, pages age darkened else a good copy of a very scarce title.

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        The Writings

      New York: The Macmillan Company,, 1905. Collected and edited with a life and introduction by Albert Henry Smyth. 10 volumes, octavo (229 × 151 mm). Recent dark brown morocco, titles to spine gilt, burgundy and green morocco labels, gilt centre tool to spines separated by raised bands, single rule to boards gilt, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. Engraved frontispiece to each volume. An excellent set. A handsomely bound set which includes a comprehensive introduction to his works by Albert Henry Smyth covering Franklin's manuscripts, printed editions, works, philosophical, political and economical works, satires and bagatelles, and his correspondence.

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        "Queensland in a Bathing Machine"; Victorian die-cut card

      England:. ca. 1905.. Very good condition. Die-cut Queensland greeting card in the shape of a bathing machine, illustrated with a young woman peeking out of the door in her striped bathing costume. The "bathing machine" was a rolling wooden cart with doors at each end which allowed women bathers to change into their bathing suits without having to be seen walking across the beach, as the machines were towed in to the water by horse. The lady bather, thus modestly hidden from male view as she swam, would signal that she was ready to have the wagon pulled back in by raising a small flag on the roof of the bathing machine! Gender segregation at beaches in England did not end until 1901; by the 1920s only the elderly were still using the bathing machines. Inside the card is a folding sheet of Queensland photographic views, including: North Coast line; Spring Bluff Station, Toowoomba; Clearing Forest Timber; Canefield, Nth Coast Ry; Minto Crag; Caboolture Bridge; Cattle at Grand Chester; Old Water Wheel, Mt. Tambourine; Ruthven St., Toowoomba; Surprise Creek Cairns Ry; Wallangara Station Border of NSW; and Bourbong St. Bundaberg. The die cut card illustrated on both sides with the bathing machine, and with an attached gift label, from "Auntie and Uncle to Gladys, wishing you a Happy New Year". Printed in England, Reg. Design 534826. Card measures 4 x 3", with folding views sheet 3 x 14".

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        Rip Van Winkle

      London: William Heinemann,, 1905. Quarto (250 x 183 mm). Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in full dark green morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, raised bands, single rule to boards gilt, pictorial title block to front board gilt, inner dentelles gilt, burgundy endpapers, all edges gilt. With 51 tipped in colour plates, captioned tissues, bound in at the back. Occasional foxing to pages, an excellent copy finely bound. First Rackham Edition.

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        A Christmas Carol and The Cricket on the Hearth

      New York: Baker & Taylor, 1905. hardcover. fine. Full page black & white illustrations by George Alfred Williams. Tall 8vo, rubricated title, pages bordered with red lines. Handsomely rebound in 3/4 burgundy morocco, marbled boards, t.e.g. New York: Baker & Taylor, (1905). Fine.

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        Story of the Tweed. folio ltd ed

      James Nisbet and Company, Limited, 1905, - MAXWELL, The Right Honourable Sir Herbert. The Story of the Tweed. With Illustrations by D. Y. Cameron. L: James Nisbet and Company, Limited, 1905. Pp. 270. With twenty full sized engravings complete with captioned tissue guards and one small illustration to title page. Folio, olive green cloth, gilt lettering and Celtic decoration to front and spine, in blind Celtic design borders to front, t. e. g. The Contents: I. From Tweed's Well to Drummelzier; II. From Biggarfoot to Ettrick Water; III. Ettrick and Yarrow; IV. Abbotsford, Melrose, and Eildon; V. From Lauderdale to Dryburgh; VI. From Mertoun to Kelso; VII. Teviotdale and Borthwick Water; VIII. From Slitrig to Jed Water; IX. Jedburgh; X. From Kalemouth to Coldstream; XI. Norham Castle and Whitadder; XII. Berwick-on-Tweed; XIII. Tweedside Angling. The Plates: Tweed's Well (title page); Near Tweedshaws; Tweedsmuir; Neidpath; Traquair House; Oakwood Tower; St. Mary's Loch; Newark; Melrose; Eildon Hills; Dryburgh; Kelso; Vale of Manor; Tweed at Newstead; Jedurgh Abbey; Coldstream; Flodden, Norham; The Tweed above Berwick; Berwick-on-Tweed; Tweed's Mouth. All crisp and bright. A very nice collection. A series of short sketches illustrated with engravings depicting the breathtaking beauty to be found in the Scottish landscape along the Tweed. This edition is limited to 375 copies. Spine sunned to brown, a few small brown splotches, ends bumped with some light wear, faint browning to edges, quarter-inch spot to front, rear cloth rubbed, corners gently bumped, an offsetting of two of the plates affecting p. 74 and p. 211, else a very nice copy indeed. 1,200.00 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John W. Doull, Bookseller (A.B.A.C.)]
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        Thomas Carlyle's Works the Standard Edition in 18 Volumes. Complete set

      Chapman & Hall, London, 1905, Cloth, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No JacketSize: 8vo - over 7?" - 9?" tall, Very dark blue (almost black) buckram covers with gilt titles on spine and gilt "Thomas Carlyle" on fronts. Rough cut page fore and bottom edges. Frontispieces with tissue guards, some internal illustrations. c 1905-06. Age spotting to endpapers and edges and occasional light toning to internal pages. Slight surface rubbing to covers and spines look more dark brown than dark blue, but no chips or tears to cloth. Inked text to top of back blank free endpaper of vol 10, creasing and one small tear to bottom corner of front endpapers of vol 8, small hole in margin of last 15 pages of vol 3 (no loss of text). Pages clean and tight, hinges have no cracks or tears. Typical volume is 600-800pp. Lovely set. Overweight (approx 20kg unpacked). Titles are : The French Revolution; The Life of Schiller and of Sterling; Past & Present, Latter-Day Pamphlets etc; Sartor esartus and on Heroes etc; Critical and Miscellaneous Essays (volumes I, II, II); Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship & Travels; Tales by Museus Tieck Richter, Oliver Cromwell's Letters & Speeches (volumes I, II, II); History of Frederick the Great (volume I, II, III, IV, V, VI); Numerous extra pictures available. Overweight, extra postage may be required outside Sydney.

      [Bookseller: Mayger & Mayger Pty Ltd]
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        The self-interpreting Bible, with commentaries, references, harmony of the gospels and the helps needed to understand and teach the text, illustrated and explained by over four hundred photographs showing the places of Bible event as ... (Truncated)

      Boston ; J.Q. Adams, 1905, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, 1st Edition in this formFull Book Title: The self-interpreting Bible, with commentaries, references, harmony of the gospels and the helps needed to understand and teach the text, illustrated and explained by over four hundred photographs showing the places of Bible event as they appear to-dayVery good copies all in the original gilt-blocked leather over matching buckram boards. Professionally re-cased with the original spines laid back; very impressively finished. Remains a particularly well-preserved set overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Scans etc. on request.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 0 pages; Complete in 4 volumes. Related names: Lee, James Wideman (1849-1919). Cooke, Henry (1788-1868). Brown, John (1722-1787). Bain, Robert Edward Mather (1858-1932). Description: 4 v. col. fronts., illus., plates (part col.) maps (1 fold.) 30 x 24 cm. Subjects: Bible - Commentaries. Bible - Dictionaries.

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        The Land of the Blessed Virgin

      London: William Heinemann. 1905. First. First edition (Stott's binding "variant i"). Quarter Japanese vellum and blue papercovered boards gilt. Contemporary owner's signature and a clipping of a contemporary review laid in, corners bumped, some foxing on the spine, about very good. One of 1250 copies. Despite some small flaws, a much nicer than usual copy. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Tokyo Meisho Shashincho [Photograph Album of Famous Sites in Tokyo]

      Tokyo: Np, ca. 1905-1910. Hardcover. Orig. brown boards. Very good in fine recent cloth case with Japanese style bone ties/No Dust Jacket. 12 x 9.5 cm. Accordion fold album, 64 subtly colored or tinted photographs, each with caption in English and Japanese, depicting notable sites in Tokyo -- Yoshiwara, Ueno Buddha, Hibiya Park, the University of Tokyo et al. An untitled album with no publishing information within, save for previous owner title in Japanese. Photographs fresh and bright.

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        The Percy Folio of Old English Ballads and Romances Vol I-IV

      London: At the De La More Press. Good with no dust jacket. 1905. Limited Edition. Hardcover. 1905 Limited edition HArd cover blue board tan cloth on spine Book good No jacket No PO marks Dr. thomas Percy edition #196 of 300 copies 12th-17th century poetry ballads and romances Pages edges soiled water spot on 2 covers and first few pages of Vol IV Book plate and signature in each book 13lb Does your local University have a copy?; Folio - over 12" - 15" tall .

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      Alphonse Lemerre 1905 - - Alphonse Lemerre, Paris 1905, 12x18,5cm, relié. - Nouvelle édition pour laquelle il n'a pas été tiré de grands papiers. Reliure en plein maroquin menthe, dos à cinq nerfs orné de fleurons dorés, gardes et contreplats de papier à effet moiré, couvertures conservées (premier plat comportant une petite restauration marginale en pied), tête dorée. Envoi autographe signé de l'auteur à ". notre chère bonne "mère à toutes" Renée Vivien." Bel exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Edinburgh Stereoscopic Atlas of Anatomy.

      The Caxton Publishing Company, London, 1905.00, Hardback, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: None4to, Complete in five boxes. A series of stereoscopic views illustrating human anatomy, each view having accompanying text, each of the images and its the text being mounted on one sheet of card. The visual teaching aid of their day. Condition Notes: As is ,

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        The Novels

      Edinburgh: John Grant,, 1905. 10 volumes, octavo (201 × 135 mm). Contemporary tan half calf, burgundy and green morocco labels, elaborate decoration to spines in compartments separated by raised bands, tan cloth boards, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. Engraved frontispiece to volume 1. Boards just a little marked, spines slightly sunned, an excellent set. The Winchester Edition, the most attractive of the unillustrated editions of Jane Austen's works produced around this time. The Winchester Edition was first published by Grant Richards in 1898; this is the first John Grant issue. A particularly attractive set.

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        Lieti Meriggi.

      Milano, Ditta Giovanni Gussoni, ca. 1905.. 2 Bll. mit 3 (2 farbigen) Illustrationen, 4 chromolithograph. Bll. mit beweglichen Abbildungen. OHLwd. mit chromolithograph. Abbildung auf Vorderdeckel. 25,7 x 19,2 cm.. Über KVK kein Exemplar in italienischen und internationalen Bibliotheken lokalisierbar; der Verleger Giovanni Gussoni stellte seinen Betrieb 1907 ein, das hier vorliegende bewegliche Bilderbuch dürfte eines seiner letzten Verlagsprodukte gewesen sein (vgl. Caccia, Editori a Milano, p. 165). - Das Bilderbuch in der Art Meggendorfers zeigt Tiere auf dem Bauernhof, die vier Tafeln mit den beweglichen Teilen im Einzelnen: I.: Ein Pferd an der Krippe, dessen Kopf sich herunter bewegen kann und dann in Kontakt mit einem kleinen Hund tritt, der aus dem Stroh auftaucht. - II. Schweine am Trog, zwei Ferkel lassen sich bewegen. - III. Ein Esel schlägt aus und befördert dabei ein Hund in die Höhe. - IV.: Eine Katze lauert hinter einem Verschlag und will auf eine Gruppe Küken springen, die wachsame Henne senkt sich dabei beschützend auf ihren Nachwuchs. - Rosa Massara De Capitani (1869-1925) ist als Mailänder Dialektdichterin und Librettistin in Erscheinung getreten. - Tls. an den Rändern etwas angestaubt. Recht gutes Exemplar, die beweglichen Tafeln alle funktionsfähig und ohne Verluste.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski]
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        Atlas der menschlichen Blutzellen. Erste und Zweite Lieferung. + Supplement-Band. Erste - Dritte Lieferung. (all. publ.)

      . Jena, Gustav Fischer, 1905-1912, 8°, VI, 82, (1); XIV pp., pp.83-571; (4), 36 pp.; IV, pp.37-131; X, pp.132-240, 43 farblith. Quart- und Foliotafeln, feinen Halbleinenbänden.. Erste Ausgabe! - "Mit Abschluß des nun fertiggestellten dritten Supplementheftes [beschließe ich endgültig und übergebe der Öffentlichkeit ein Werk (in 43 Tafeln und 75 Gruppenbildern aus 50 verschiedenen Krankheitsfällen), an dem ich nunmehr seit über 12 Jahren (seit 1899) unausgesetzt geschafft und gefördert habe." - Obwohl also ursprünglich eigentlich in erster Linie ein didaktisches Werk geplant war, wandelte dieses sich doch mit der Zeit sehr bald mehr und mehr zu einer fast überwiegend wissenschaftlich monographischen Untersuchung um. - Wer nun diesen z. T. doch ganz neuen Feststellungen, der morphologischen Hämatologie genügendes Interesse entgegenbringt, daß er die Mühe nicht scheut, den vielfach irrenden Entwicklungsgang dieses Forschungszweiges in seiner Genese per aspera an der Hand des Autors mitzudurchlaufen und sich in die Entwicklung der Gesetze der Blutzellgenese liebevoll zu vertiefen, der wird bald erkennen, daß schließlich allein die von uns zuerst vertretene und in diesem Werk abbildlich belegte Auffassung von der Zellgenese (genetische Beurteillungsmethode der Morphologie) der Blutzellen," nämlich die Lehre von der Unterscheidung zwischen Alterung und artlicher Entwicklung im allgemeinen, von Altersformen und Zeichen artlicher Differenzzierung im besonderen, nicht nur wohl begründet, sondern zurzeit wohl auch die einzige ist, die imstande ist, jede pathologische Zellform ohne Willkür restlos und befriedigend auf ihren jeweiligen normalen, behinderten oder aberrativen Entwicklungszustand und genetischen Wert hier zu erklären, und so in der Fülle der Gesichte zurechtzuweisen. Nur diese unsere Lehre von der Interferenz der Alterung mit der Differenzierung, nach der jeder morphologische Entwicklungszustand der Zelle das Produkt und die Resultante zweier koeffektiver Faktoren, eben der phyletisch-zellartlichen Differenzierung und der cytoindividuellen ontogenetischen Alterung ist, ferner die Anschauung, daß die artliche Entwicklung ihrerseits wieder analytisch in eine heteroplastische und eine homoplastisch proliferative Modalität zu zerlegen ist (derart, daß in allen Zellstämmen mindestens zwei selbständig alterungsfähige Generationen unterschieden werden müssen), nur diese Lehre und cytogenetische Auffassung ermöglicht es, mit absoluter Sicherheit jede irgendwie aufstoßende Zellform in deskriptiver Hinsicht genauestens zu bestimmen. - Die Richtigkeit unserer Auffassung wird über kurz oder lang sicherlich bestätigt werden und die von uns zuerst festgestellte Kenntnis der wahren morphologischen und genetischen Verhältnisse, soweit sie mit unseren jetzigen bloß deskriptiven Methoden überhaupt zu ergründen ist, wird sich durchringen, nur werden andere, die selbst dabei weniger forschend voranzugehen als unsere Ergebnisse nachzuprüfen haben, diese unsere Lehren alsdann in knapperer und konzentrierterer Form vortragen, kommentieren und propagieren können." A. Pappenheim, Vorrede zum Ergänzungsband und Schlußworte zum Gesamtwerk des Atlasses - - First Edition, bound with all original installments wrappers! - Artur Pappenheim (1870-1916) "One of the leaders in modern haematology, Pappenheim improved the methods of staining of blood cells" initially studied mathematics and philosophy, but his focus later turned to medicine, and in 1895 received his degree from the University of Berlin. Subsequently he became an assistant to Joseph von Mering at the University of Halle, and afterwards worked under neurologist Ludwig Lichtheim in Königsberg. Later he was an assistant to dermatologist Paul Gerson Unna in Hamburg and to internist Ernst Viktor von Leyden in Berlin. In 1912 he obtained the title of professor. - Pappenheim established and published Folia haematologica, a journal dedicated to hematology. He was the author of several books, and postulated that haematopoietic stem cells had the potential for treatment of diseases,[1] however it would be decades before practical research would be done in this area. He died on December 31, 1916 of spotted typhus. - Today, the German Society of Hematology and Oncology issues an annual Artur Pappenheim Award for the best work in the fields of hematology or haematological oncology. - - * Associated eponym: Pappenheim's stain: a methyl green-pyronin staining method used to differentiate between basophilic granules of erythrocytes (red blood cells) and nuclear fragments.

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        The Voyage of the "Discovery" - Complete in Two Volumes (With the Original [Scarce] Folding Maps (One in Each Volume) Tipped in to Back Panel Pockets)

      Smith & Elder, London, 1905, Hardback, First EditionPublisher's navy cloth, very good. Professionally rebacked and strengthened with new endpapers. Spines gilt titled with raised armorial type designs to the front panels. Scans and additional bibliographic data on request. ; 0 pages; 260 full page and smaller illustrations by Dr. E. A. Wilson and other members of the expedition, photogravure frontispieces, 12 coloured plates in facsimile from Dr. Wilson's sketches, panoramas, and maps etc.

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        The Garden of Allah

      Frederick A. Stokes New York (1905) - Probable First American Edition, with "This edition published in January, 1905" statement at copyright page. The book was first published in England in 1904 and different American printings, including the 1907 illustrated Stokes edition and the contemporary Grosset and Dunlap photoplay edition have been erroneously designated as the first American printing by previous cataloguers. This copy, with a January 1905 printing statement seems the most probable to hold the true mantle of 'First American Edition'. This copy remarkable for retaining the original printed publisher's dustjacket, with press copy by such English journals as the Daily Mirror and Punch at front panel. Rear panel advertised Hichen's three previous works, The Woman with the Fan, Felix, and Tongues of Conscience. When first published, this exciting tale of adventure in which a young English woman travels alone in the Sahara Desert was regarded as a titillating piece of literature. The Garden of Allah was the basis for three films. The first two were silent films, a 1916 production and the 1927 MGM production directed by Rex Ingram. The third was an Academy Award winner produced by David O. Selznick in 1936 and starring Marlene Dietrich, Charles Boyer, and Basil Rathbone. Very Good, some dampstaining to lower edge of covers, in dustjacket with centimeter deep chipping at lower spine end, closed tears at lower flap edges, chipping along top edge. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Newport, Our Social Capital

      Lippincott, London, 1905, Hardcover (Original Cloth), Book Condition: Very Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, First EditionVAN RENSSELAER, MRS. JOHN KING. Newport, Our Social Capital, Philadelphia and London: Lippincott, 1905. Heavy quarto, copy No. 131 of 347, pp. 401, color frontis, photo plates, quarter-bound brown cloth boards recently rebacked, gilt lettering on spine, gilt lettering and nautical-themed heraldic decoration inside gilt border on upper panel, 2 maps in rear pocket, top edge gilt, other edges untrimmed. Except for the watercolor frontispiece, the illustrations are drawn tritone headpieces and insets, photogravures and halftones of a very high quality for their era. Indeed no expense was spared anywhere in this book, which uses heavy linen stock throughout and tissue guards for the illustrations. Although the extensive illustration dwells lovingly on the luxury of Newport, Mrs. Van Rensselaer's subject matter is actually local history and Newport's role in American history. The maps measure about 22x11 inches and 20x25 inches. Condition of this book: Boards discolored in small areas and rubbed at extremities, very sound. Gift inscription penciled onto free front endpaper, leaves clean and tight, images fine. Maps near fine with small areas of toning at the creases of the larger map. Special Limited Edition, first issue in this format. Size: Quarto. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. All edges clean, neat and free of foxing. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; United States; 1900-1920; History. Inventory No: 52012.

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        Where Angels Fear to Tread

      Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons., 1905., 1905. FIRST EDITION, FIRST IMPRESSION. Octavo pp. 319, (32 ads.) Bound in recent full dark blue morocco leather, raised bands and gilt tiles to spines with gilt panelling and centres. Top edge gilt and marbled endpapers. Original cloth board bound in at rear. Clean pages, without writing or other marks. A fine copy of Forster's first novel in an elegant binding. Kirkpatrick [A1]

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        An extraordinarily fine collection of 9 books printed by the Roycrofters, all but one the Deluxe issue (1 of 100) on Japanese vellum, most in mint condition in their original boxes

      All printed in East Aurora, New York: Elbert Hubbard and the Roycrofters, 1901-1905 - A fine collection, rarely seen in such condition. The titles are: 1) Bacheller, The Story of a Passion. 1901 2) Browning, the Last Ride. 1900 3) Hubbard, Contemplations. 1902 4) Gray's Elegy. 1903 5) Dickens, The Holly Tree. 1903 6) Thoreau, Friendship. 1903 7) Emerson, Compensation. 1904 8) Wilde, Ballad of Reading Gaol. 1905 9) Reedy, The Law of Love. 1905 (ROYCROFTERS) All except one 1/100 copies on Japanese vellum. in all, 9 vols vols., Various formats (12mo, 8vo, Folio). . All in original Roycroft bindings of 3/4 morocco or calf, 6 in their original Roycroft boxes

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        Dangerous to Know."Original photograph signed and inscribed

      . Wong, Anna May (B. San Francisco 1905- D. San Francisco -1980). Chinese American Movie Star. Original photograph signed and inscribed. (6 1/4 x 9 1/4". Slightly trimmed at margins). Anna May Wong, starring as Lan Vingin "Dangerous to Know." (1938) . Wong wears a black and white dinner gown with a large leaf motif. Edith Head, who designed the dress, adheres to a molded silhouette, long sleeves and high neckline. Provenance: Mary M. Spaulding (stamp on reverse). Spaulding Nee MarÃ?a Melero, was a Cuban writer assigned to Hollywood where she prepared a weekly feature ìCronicas de Cinelandia.î Spaulding obtained lengthy interviews with movie stars...She also secured personalized photographs which subsequently appeared in ìCarteles.î [her newspaper] (PÃ?rez, p.290). PÃ?rez,Louis A. On Becoming Cuban: Identity, Nationality, and Culture 2008.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      O. O., 14. Januar 1905.. 1 S. 8vo.. An den Schriftsteller und Strindberg-Übersetzer Emil Schering (1873-1951): "[ ] Har Ni läst Per Hallströms recension af Damaskus III i Dagens Nyheter, samt en annan i Aftonbladet? Vill Ni lana dem? [ ]"

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        The Novels.

      Edinburgh: John Grant, 1905 - 10 volumes, octavo (201 × 135 mm). Contemporary tan half calf, burgundy and green morocco labels, elaborate decoration to spines in compartments separated by raised bands, tan cloth boards, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. Boards just a little marked, spines slightly sunned, an excellent set. Engraved frontispiece to volume 1. The Winchester Edition, the most attractive of the unillustrated editions of Jane Austen's works produced around this time. The Winchester Edition was first published by Grant Richards in 1898; this is the first John Grant issue. A particularly attractive set.

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        The Four Just Men.

      London: Tallis Press, 1905 - Octavo. Original orange cloth, titles to spine and upper board in black. Bookseller's blind stamp to front free endpaper. Cloth very slightly rubbed at the tips, some spotting to endpapers and early leaves and occasional small spots to margins of contents thereafter, as often. A lovely, bright copy in excellent condition with the competition slip intact. First edition, first impression. This famous piece of detective fiction is notable for being an early example of interactive media, as the identity of the murderer was withheld pending the result of the competition between readers to solve the mystery. Cash prizes were on offer totalling the huge sum of £500. By some accounts the mystery was no such thing and the publishers were inundated with correct entries and disappointed customers. A particularly beautiful copy with the mail-in slip intact and still attached to its stub at the back of the book. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        "The pilgrimage of the life of man, Englished by John Lydgate, a.d. 1426, from the French of Guillaume de Deguileville, a.d. 1330, 1335. The text edited by F.J. Furnivall ... with introduction, notes, glossary and indexes by Katherine B. Loocok."

      Printed for [members of] The Roxburghe Club.: London: Nichols and Son. 1905. "4to, pp. [14], 17, v-lxxvii, xvi, 736, [1]; includes a 17-p. Catalogue of the 142 publications of the Club to date, and an all-time list of the 169 members, 1812-1903; original quarter brown morocco over purple paper- covered boards, gilt-lettered spine, t.e.g. Some scuffing and rubbing but generally very good. Long allegorical poem on man's spiritual journey from birth to death."

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        Blick über die Würm auf Schloß Blutenburg.

      . Kohle- und Bleistiftzeichnung, teilweise aquarelliert, von Hans Gabriel Jentzsch, unten links bezeichnet, dat. "26. Juli 1905" und monogr. "H.G.J.", 30 x 22 cm.. Thieme-Becker Bd. XVIII, S. 523. - Der Maler und Illustrator wurde 1862 in Dresden geboren, wo er 1881 bis 87 auch an der Akademie studierte. 1889 übersiedelt er nach München, 1903 nach Pasing, wo er 1930 auch starb. - Flotte Zeichnung mit kräftigem Strich, dezenter Farbgebung und schöner Tiefenwirkung.

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        Lexicon biblicum / editore Martino Hagen - [Complete in 3 volumes]

      Paris : P. Lethielleux, 1905-11, 1905, Hardback, Book Condition: Very GoodFinely and sumptuously bound all in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the titles blocked direct in gilt. An exceptional set; of presentation quality - scans etc. on request.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Series; Cursus scripturae sacrae : Libri introductorii ; 4-6. Physical description; 3v. ; 24 cm. Subjects; Bible - Dictionaries. Language; Latin.

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        Schriftsteller (1905-1994; Nobelpreis 1981): Eigenh. Albumblatt mit Widmung u. U. 8°. 1/3 S. (4 Zeilen)

      . . Schöne Widmung (wohl auf Vorsatzblatt aus einem Buch): "Mit den allerherzlichsten Grüssen / und Wünschen zu Weihnachten und / Neujahr in Liebe und Dankbarkeit / von Elias Canetti."

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        El futurisme

      - Barcelona, Tipografia l avenç 1905. Conferència llegida en l Ateneo barcelones la nit del 18 de Juny 1904. Col.lecció de prosistes catalans. Rústica editorial amb punts d oxid a la coberta i el llom una mica falt. 73 pàgines amb punts d òxid gairebe tots als margens. 19x12 cm. Ref: 8437 [LS/008437-8437]

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        The Little Black Princess: A True Tale of Life in the Never-Never Land

      Alexander Moring / Melville & Mullen, 1905, Hardcover (Original Cloth), Book Condition: Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, First EditionComplete with all plates. Size: Octavo (standard book size). Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is loose but fully intact. Spine sunned. Slight foxing front/rear pages, but body of book mostly clean and unfoxed. Previous owner's inscription in ink, neat. Deckled edges (rough cut), browned. Covers are faded in spots, but otherwise in sound condition. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Indigenous Cultures; Australia; Australian Aboriginal; History. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 24198.

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        A plain and literal translation of the Arabian nights entertainments : now intituled The book of the thousand nights and a night . . . [10 volumes] Supplemental Nights to The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night with notes . . . [7 volumes]

      [S.I.] : Printed by the Burton club for private subscribers only, [ca.1905-1920], 1905, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, Limited EditionFinely bound in modern gilt-blocked, leather-backed, marbled boards. Bright and clean internally, with just some slight dulling around the prelims. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 0 pages; "Limited to one thousand numbered sets, of which this is number 471" --verso t.p. Physical description: 17 v. : fronts., plates. ; 24 cm. Contents: [1] A plain and literal translation of the Arabian nights' entertainments : now entituled: The book of a thousand nights and a night / with introduction, explanatory notes on the manners and customs of Moslem men and a terminal essay upon the history of the Nights / by Richard F. Burton. 10 volumes. --[2] Supplemental Nights to The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night with notes anthropological and explanatory / by Richard Burton. 7 volumes. An excellent and complete set of Richard Burton's collection of Middle Eastern and South Asian stories and folk tales compiled in Arabic during the Islamic Golden Age (8th -13th centuries). Subjects: Arab folktales and stories -- Folklore -- Mythology. Genre: Arabic literature -- Fantasy fiction.

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        A plain and literal translation of the Arabian nights' entertainments, now entituled, The book of the thousand nights and a night ... by Richard F. Burton [complete in 17 volumes] with introduction, explanatory notes on the manners and ... (Truncated)

      [London] : Printed by the Burton Club for private subscribers only, [between 1905 and 1920], 1905, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, Limited EditionFull Book Title: A plain and literal translation of the Arabian nights' entertainments, now entituled, The book of the thousand nights and a night ... by Richard F. Burton [complete in 17 volumes] with introduction, explanatory notes on the manners and customs of Moslem men and a terminal essay upon the history of the nightsVery good copies in the original title-blocked cloth. Gilt-decorated title and arabian motif to front and back boards. Panel edges very slightly dust-toned as with age. Corners sharp with an overall tight, bright and clean impression. Title pages in red and black. Complete in 17 volumes, including the scarce 7 supplemental volumes. No. 227 of a limited edition of 1000 copies. Supplemental volumes (numbered 1-7) have silver-decorated title and arabian motif to front and back boards, with title pages in red and black. Previous owner's bookplate to front pastedown of all volumes. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 0 pages; Description: 17 v., separate paginations : illus., frontis., plates (all with tissue guards) ; 24cm. Subjects: Arabic literature -- Translations into English -- Tales, Arabic. Notes: Separate title page to the supplementary 7-volume series: Supplemental nights to the book of the thousands nights and a night, with notes anthropological and explanatory / by Richard F. Burton. Dates inferred from Penzer, Annotated bibl. of Sir Richard Francis Burton.

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        Esswein, Hermann. Edvard Munch.

      München und Leipzig, Piper, (1905).. Mit zahlreichen meist ganzseitigen Abbildungen. Mit 47 Seiten. 30 x 23 cm. Original-Halbleinwand. Mit vierzeiliger Widmung von Evard Munch auf dem Vortitel: Herrn Carl Schütz/ mit Hochachtung/ Edvard Munch/ 8er 2er 1914?. Das Buch ist leicht fleckig. Widmungs Exemplare von Edvard Munch sind sehr selten.

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        Oriental landscape.

      Oil on wood, 42 x 60 cm. Lucien A. Perona 1905-1971. Born in La Seyne, France on June 16, 1906. Perona immigrated to California with his family in 1910. Upon graduation from Los Gatos High School in 1921, he entered the CSFA where he was a pupil of the Mackys, Ray Boynton, Ralph Stackpole, and Gertrude Albright. Following one year at the ASL in NYC, he worked for the Disney Studios in Hollywood in 1930-31 and then for the San Francisco Call Bulletin while living across the bay in Sausalito. At the end of prohibition, he became advertising dire.

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        Dangerous to Know."Original photograph signed and inscribed

      Wong, Anna May (B. San Francisco 1905- D. San Francisco -1980). Chinese American Movie Star. Original photograph signed and inscribed. (6 1/4 x 9 1/4". Slightly trimmed at margins). Anna May Wong, starring as Lan Ving in "Dangerous to Know." (1938) . Wong wears a black and white dinner gown with a large leaf motif. Edith Head, who designed the dress, adheres to a molded silhouette, long sleeves and high neckline. Provenance: Mary M. Spaulding (stamp on reverse). Spaulding Nee MarÌa Melero, was a Cuban writer assigned to Hollywood where she prepared a weekly feature ìCronicas de Cinelandia.î Spaulding obtained lengthy interviews with movie stars...She also secured personalized photographs which subsequently appeared in ìCarteles.î [her newspaper] (PÈrez, p.290). PÈrez,Louis A. On Becoming Cuban: Identity, Nationality, and Culture 2008.

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        Der rote Kern, die Haube und die Regio hypothalamica bei einigen Säugetieren und beim Menschen (3: pp.51-267; 4: 103-225, 116 Abb., 2 Taf.). In : Arbeiten aus dem Hirnantomischen Institut. 10 Bde. (all publ.).

      . Arb. hirnanat. Inst. Zürich, 1-10. - Wiesbaden, J.F. Bergmann, 1905-1916, 8°, ca. 3500 pp., ca. 1000 Abb., 10 Leinenbände.. First description of "Monakow's bundle", the rubrospinal tract by Constantin von Monakow (1853-1930). - - There are several great scholars to whom Japanese comparative neurologists are much indebted. They are C.v. Monakow (1853-1930) of Zurich, H.H. Donaldson (1857-1938) and G.E. Coghill (1872-1963) of the Wistar Institute in Philadelphia, C.J. Herrick (1868-1960) of Chicago, and C.U. A. Kappers (1877-1946) of Amsterdam. Most of the Japanese neurologists in early times, such as S. Hatai (1876-1963) and G. Fuse (1880-1946), studied under these European and American mentors. After returning to Japan, they established their own laboratories in Japanese universities and educated many young students. - "The 'Hirnanatomie Institut' now gradually increased its research and was on a good path to become a world-known centre of brain research. The initial oneman show was amplified by young Swiss collaborators: Minkowski was joined by Nägeli, Veraguth, Tramer, Brun, Katzenstein, Frey. Over the years, a series of visitors from Japan came to work at the Brain Institute. It had a considerable impact on the accomplished work, as recently reported by Akert and Yonekawa*: Tsuchida (monograph on the oculomotor system); Masuda (pontine nuclei - a link from the cerebral cortex to the pontine grey and cerebellum); Gennosuke Fuse (1880-1946), assistant of the University in Zurich from 1907 to 1911 and again from 1914 to 1916; his opus magnum was an atlas of the lower brainstem; Hisakiyo Uemura working on long-term retrograde degeneration after cerebellar lesion; Tsunesuke Fukuda on thalamo-frontal projections in neuropathological cases (the discovery of the dorsomedial relay nucleus to the prefrontal cortex); Itsuki Nagino (auditory pathway); Sakuemon Kodama (1895-1970), a pupil of Fuse, stayed five years in Zurich. Finally, in 1928/29, Ko Hirasawa (1900-1989) studied the basal ganglia. He made a brilliant career in Japan with a series of outstanding pupils. The Japanese were hardworking scientists, adding considerably to the prestige of the Institute." M. Wiesendanger, C. R. Biologies 329 (2006). - - Content of the Series: - - Vogt, H.: Ueber die Anatomie, das Wesen und die Entstehung mikrocephaler Missbildungen nebst Beiträgen über die Entwickelungsstörungen der Architektonik des Zentralnervensystems (1905,1: pp.1-203, 71 Abb., 2 Taf.). - - Tsuchida, U.: Ueber die Ursprungskerne der Augenbewegungsnerven und über die mit diesen in Beziehung stehenden Bahnen im Mittel- und Zwischenhirn. Normal-anatomische, embryologische, pathologisch-anatomische und vergleichend-anatomische Untersuchungen (1906, 2: pp.1-205, 20 Abb.). - - Hilty, Otto: Geschichte und Gehirn der 49jährigen Mikrocephalin Cäcilia Gravelli. Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Mikrocephalia vera (1906, 2: pp.207-324, 54 Abb., 2 Taf.). - - Schellenberg, K.: Ueber hochdifferenzierte Missbildungen des Grosshirns bei Haustieren. Ein Beitrag zur vergleichenden pathologischen Anatomie der Entwickelungsstörungen des Zentralnervensystems (1909, 3: pp.1-48, 39 Abb.). - - Monakow, Constantin v. (1853-1930): Der rote Kern, die Haube und die Regio subthalamica bei einigen Säugetieren und beim Menschen. (Vergl.-anatomische, normal-anatomische, experimentelle und pathologisch-anatomische Untersuchungen). I. Teil: Anatomisches und Experimentelles (1909,3: pp. 49-267, 86 Abb.). - - Vries, Ernst de: Experimentelle Untersuchungen über die Rolle der Neuroglia bei sekundärer Degeneration grauer Substanz (1910, 4: pp.1-102, 14 Abb.). - - Monakow, Constantin v. (1853-1930): Der rote Kern, die Haube und die Regio subthalamica bei einigen Säugetieren und beim Menschen. (Vergl.-anatomische, normal-anatomische, experimentell- und pathol.-anat. Untersuchungen.) II. Teil: Pathologisch-anatomische Untersuchungen am Menschen(1910, 4: pp.103-226, 30 Abb, 2 Taf.). - - Lewy, Fritz Heinrich (185-1950): Der Deiterssche Kern und das Deiterospinale Bündel (1910, 4: pp.227-244, 7 Abb.). - - Monakow, Constantin v. (1853-1930): Aufbau und Lokalisation der Bewegungen beim Menschen. (Referat, gehalten in der Versammlung der Gesellschaft für experimentelle Psychologie in Innsbruck, 19. April 1910.) (1911, 5: pp.1-37, 12 Abb.). - - Borowiecki, Stepahn: Vergleichend-anatomische und experimentelle Untersuchungen über das Brückengrau und die wichtigsten Verbindungen der Brücke (1911,5: pp.39-239, 121 Abb.). - - Löwenstein, Kurt: Zur Kenntnis der Faserung des Hinterhaupts- und Schläfenlappens (Sehstrahlung, unteres Längsbündel, Türcksches Bündel) nebst klinischen Bemerkungen über Tumoren des rechten Schläfenlappens (1911,5: pp.241-351, 8 Abb.) - - Monakow, Constantin v. (1853-1930): Ueber Hirnforschungsinstitute und Hirnmuseen. (Referat gehalten in der V. Versammlung der Schweiz. neurol. Gesellschaft in Aarau am 29. IV. 1911.) (1912, 6:1-27). - - Fuse, Gennosuke (1880-1946): Die innere Abteilung des Kleinhirnstiels (Meynert, IAK) und der Deiterssche Kern. Vergleichend-anatomische, embryologische u. experimentell-anatomische Untersuchungen (1912,6: pp.29-267, 91 Abb.). - - Brun, Rudolf (1885-1969): Ein Fall von doppelseitigen symmetrischen Erweichungszysten im verlängerten Mark nebst einem Herde im Kleinhirn. Klinisch-anatomischer Beitrag zur Kenntnis der umschriebenen Bulbärerweichungen und des Faserverlaufes im Hirnstamm (1912, 6: pp.269-400, 14 Abb.). - - Fuse, Gennosuke (1880-1946): Ueber den Abduzenskern der Säuger (1912, 6: pp.401-447, 9 Abb.). - - Fuse, Gennosuke (1880-1946): Das Ganglion ventrale und das Tuberculum acusticum bei einigen Säuglingen und beim Menschen. Vergleichend-anatomische, normalanatomische und embryologische Untersuchungen (1913,7: pp.1-210, 99 Abb.). - - Fuse, Gennosuke (1880-1946): Die Randgebiete des Pons und des Mittelhirns (1913, 7: pp.211-253, 13 Abb.). - - Minkowski, Mieczyslaw (1884-1972) : Experimentelle Untersuchungen über die Beziehungen der Grosshirnrinde und der Netzhaut zu den primären optischen Zentren, besonders zum Corpus geniculatum externum (1913, 7: pp.255-362, 55 Abb.). - - Stauffenberg, Wilhelm , Freih. v. (1879-1918): Ueber Seelenblindheit (Opt. Agnosie). Nebst Bemerkungen zur Anatomie der Sehstrahlung (1914,8: pp.1-212, 67 Abb.). - - Fuse, Gennosuke (1880-1946): Beiträge zur Anatomie des Bodens des IV. Ventrikels. I. Ueber das Triangularis-Intercalatus-Bündel, ein phylogenetisch und ontogenetisch spät sich entwickelndes Bündel zwischen dem sog. Nucleus intercalatus und dem Nucleus triangularis. II. Einiges Neue über die Endigungsstätten der Wurzelfasern des Nervus vagoglossopharyngeus beim Menschen (1914, 8: pp.213-231, 8 Abb.). - - Masuda, Niro (1878- ):Ueber das Brückengrau des Menschen (Griseum Pontis) und dessen nähere Beziehungen zum Kleinhirn und Grosshirn (1914, 9: pp.1-249, 99 Abb.). - - Tramer, Moritz (1882-1963): Studien zur Rindenstruktur und Oberflächengrösse des Gehirns der 49 jährigen Mikrocephalin Cäcilia Gravelli (1914, 9: pp.251-326, 54 Abb.). - - Tramer, Moritz (182-1963): Ueber Messung und Entwickelung der Rindenoberfläche des menschlichen Grosshirns mit Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Microcephalia vera (1916, 10: pp.1-58, 18 Abb.). - - Fuse, Gennosuke (1880-1946): Die Organisation und der Verlauf der akustischen Bahnen. (Dieser Aufsatz war als Referat für den Internationalen Kongress für Neurologie, Psychiatrie und Psychologie zu Bern am 7.-12. September 1914 bestimmt) (1916, 10: pp.59-94, 5 Abb.). - - Fuse, Gennosuke (1880-1946): Ueber das gewundene Grau im vorderen Zweihügel, den Nucleus olivaris corp. quadrigemini anterioris beim Menschen. Eine bislang unbekannte, wenigstens nicht richtig gewürdigte graue Masse. (Vortrag, gehalten am 6. November 1914 in der psychiatr.-neurol. Gesellschaft in Zürich) (1916, 10: pp.95-112, 7 Abb.). - - Monakow, Constantin v. (1853-1930): Gefühl, Gesittung und Gehirn. (Drei Vorträge, gehalten im psychiatr.-neurologischen Verein in Zürich am 23. Oktober, 13. Nov. und 27. Nov. 1915.) (1916, 10:pp.113-213). - - Constantin von Monakow (1853-1930), director of the Brain Anatomy Institute in Zurich, was a pioneer in the early history of interdisciplinary brain sciences. The elucidation of connectivity in sensory and motor pathways was richly illustrated in two landmarkmonographs: Pathologie du cerveau (1897) and La localisation de l'encephale et la degradation fonctionelle par des lesions circonscrites du cortex cerebral (1914). His special merit was to conceptualize his accumulating results. As to his term 'diaschisis': - - (1) neurological lesion are rarely restricted to a histologically defined neural structure; (2) any brain focus is interconnected with remote structures - thus, dependent structures are deafferented from the lesioned territory (= 'diaschisis') -; (3) dependent structures, however, gradually regain some autonomy, as reflected in partial behavioral recovery. His term 'chronogenic localization' was used for the brain's fundamental organization in time-dependent network constellations. Monakow attracted many researchers,particularly from Japan. He was an engaged member of the International Brain Commission until its dissolution during World War I. - - *K. Akert, Y. Yonekawa, Japanese scientists at the Hirnanatomisches Institut and the Brain Research Institute of the University of Zurich, Brain Nerve 49 (1997) 483-488. - - Garrison & Morton No.1375

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        Großer Brunnentrog umrankt von Grünpflanzen.

      1905. Aquarell, auf Karton, rechts unten signiert "Bl. Odin", verso bezeichnet und datiert "Barbazay 15 8bre 1905". Ca. 28,1:19,6 cm. Verso mit handschriftlicher Widmung des Vorbesitzers aus dem Jahr 1958. Verso an den Ecken Reste einer alten Verklebung.. Blanche Odin ist eine in Frankreich für ihre zarten und frischen Aquarelle bekannte Künstlerin. Bereits im Alter von etwa 17 Jahren ging die junge Frau jährlich für einige Monate zum Studium nach Paris, wo sie einerseits im Atelier von Madame Delphine (?) De Cool arbeitete sowie Unterricht an einer Zeichenschule und bei der Miniaturmalerin Jeanne Mathilde Herbelin (1820-1904) nahm. 1889 konnte sie sich erfolgreich an einer Akademie-Ausstellung beteiligen. Danach erlangte sie zunehmend Aufmerksamkeit, auch unter Künstlerkollegen, und eröffnete 1900 ihr eigenes Atelier in Paris, wo sie bis zu ihrem Umzug 1934 nach Bagneres-de-Bigorre auch Schüler ausbildete. 1949 wurde sie zum "Ritter der Ehrenlegion" ernannt und erhielt den Titel eines "Officer of Public Instruction".

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        Le Musée de la Comédie-Française. 1680-1905. Préface par Jules Claretie

      Libr. de l'Art Ancien et Moderne, Paris 1905 - Folio, XII, 202 p. ilustraciones, 75 grabados dentro y fuera del texto. Buen papel. Plena piel, nervios, lomo cuajado en oro, ruedas doradas en planos y cejas. Cortes dorados. Magnífica encuadernación. Ex-libris. Espectacular encuadernación de este valioso estudio histórico y descriptivo sobre el contenido del Museo de la Comedia Francesa, que alberga toda clase de materiales artísticos y decorativos relacionados con el mundo del teatro. Francia. Teatro francés. Museos. France. French theatre. Museums.

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        [Poster or Broadside]: Brighten Up "That's my advice to you..."

      [Cleveland]: Sherwin-Williams Paints & Varnishes. [no date - circa 1905]. First. Poster or broadside printed in black and red. Measuring 16.5" x 21.5". Small nicks at the extremities, old folds, a very good example. Text with illustration of the company's "Little Paint Man" and the company's iconic "We Cover the World" logo, which was adopted in 1905 (but used a few years before). Certainly rare - printed on very thin onion skin-type paper; the survival rate of these posters must have been miniscule. .

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        Something About My Trip To Europe

      Sukkur: Printed at the "Victoria" Printing Press. 1905. First. First edition. Quarter cloth and printed flexible card covers. 119pp. One of 500 copies printed. Text in English. A few smudges on the boards and a few page corners creased, but a remarkably nice, very good or better copy of a fragile volume. Impressions of a young Indian gentleman from Sind visiting Europe for the first time in the form of a diary. Written in a lively and engaging style as travel literature for friends rather than as a tedious "guidebook", full of firsthand descriptions of the places and fellow passengers he encounters en route from Bombay to Karachi by way of Paris, London, Edinburgh, Lucerne, and Milan. Their is heavy emphasis on his time in the U.K. where he compares the English as overlords on the subcontinent and as hosts in their own land, including their attitudes towards race and morality, including some poignant observations on their behavior and customs: "In Sind we see very little of the English people, neither do we know them nor do they know us. We learn that some of the Anglo Indians are very haughty, overbearing and do not hesitate to insult natives of high rank or position. We are told that they consider it below their dignity to shake hands with natives. They would not like to travel with them in the same railway carriages if they could help it. ...In England the British people take a pride in being kind to strangers, who happen to be in their land. They consider it mean to be otherwise and they feel it their duty to resent any unmannerly conduct that may be shown towards strangers by the rude and rough who are to be found in the streets. Anglo Indians in England are foremost in paying attention to Indians. They take a great interest in their welfare. Some Anglo Indians have greeted me so enthusiastically as if I was their long departed friend. I was received on equal footing with brotherly feelings." (p106). OCLC locates no copies in the U.S., and a single copy overall, at the British Library. In 1932 Mahtabsing also wrote a catechism of the Sikh religion (also located in a single copy, in Canada). .

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      New York & London: Harper & Brothers. 1905. "20 vols., 8vo; plates including frontispieces; very good or better in original green cloth, spines gilt, t.e.g."

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        Das römische Carneval. Nr. 114 von 250 numerierten Exemplaren.

      Leipzig, Insel-Verlag, 1905.. Faksimile-Druck - eigentlich zweite Auflage. Mit gestochener Titelvignette und 20 handkolorierten lithographischen Tafeln. 1 faksim. Umschlag (Vorderdeckel), 2 Blätter, 58 Seiten, 20 Blätter mit einseitig lithographierten Tafeln, 1 Blatt mit Druckvermerk, 1 Blatt faksim. Umschlag (Hinterdeckel). Lex.-8° (22,2 cm x 28 cm). Orig.-Kalblederband mit Rückenvergoldung, Goldbordüren, Stehkantenvergoldung und eingebd. Orig.-Umschlag.. Nachdruck der ersten, sehr bald vergriffenen Ausgabe (Weimar und Gotha, Ettinger 1789), von der Goethe selbst kein Exemplar besass. - Die Radierungen der Original-Ausgabe schuf G. M. Kraus nach Skizzen von G. Schutz und Goethe. - Aus dem Druckvermerk des Insel-Verlags: "Im 'zweiten römischen Aufenthalt' bemerkte Goethe dann, dass das Carneval 'sich selten mache'; er selbst besaß es in seiner Bibliothek nicht und bot in einer Auktion vergebens sechs Taler drauf. Trotz Goethes Zweifel unternahm der Insel-Verlag in Leipzig im Jahre 1905 diese 'zweite Auflage'. Sie wurde in 250 numerierten Exemplaren in der Offizin von W. Drugulin in Leipzig gedruckt. Die Tafeln wurden durch Steindruck hergestellt und mit der Hand koloriert." (Sarkowski 605) - Einband berieben und etwas fleckig (die üblichen Lederflecken). Kanten und Ecken beschabt, Ecken bestoßen. Rückenkanten unten mit minimalen Einrissen (Beschabungen). Schmutztitel leicht stockfl. bzw. mit leichtem Titelvignettenabdruck. Ansonsten innen recht frisch und gut erhalten. - Dekoratives, ansprechend gestaltetes Werk - ein schönes Beispiel für die Buchkunst im frühen Insel-Verlag.

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        Rhopalocera Palaearctica, iconographie et description des Papillons Diurnes de la région paléarctique.

      - Florence, Roger Verity, 1905-1911. Folio (338 x 245 mm). 2 volumes. pp. lxxxvi, (2), 368; xii, with 86 (41 coloured) plates and 2 (1 coloured) maps. Contemporary red half cloth, spines with black gilt lettered label, marbled sides. A scarce work published in a small edition. "Ouvrage illustré, très important, édité à Florence, de 1905 à 1911; c'est un magnifique travail, remarquablement illustré. Il est indispensable de la consulter pour toutes les études relatives aux Papilionidae et Pieridae palaearctiques" (Oberthür, Etudes Lépidopterologiques comp. vol. xi). Original printed wrappers bound in. A good copy. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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