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        RIP VAN WINKLE

      London: William Heinemann. 1905 - First Rackham illustrated edition, first printing. Publisher’s original light green cloth boards with gilt titles and illustration to the upper board and spine, in dustwrapper. Green top-stain. Frontispiece and 50 illustrations bound at the rear by Arthur Rackham. A very good copy indeed, the binding square and firm with light rubbing at the extremities. The contents are entirely complete and without previous owner’s inscriptions or stamps. There is evidence of a small bookplate being removed to the front pastedown and the text pages are spotted. All 51 mounted colour plates with tissue guards are present as called for and in fine condition. Complete with the genuinely very good dustwrapper which is a little rubbed and nicked at the extremities and toned to the spine but with little in the way of loss or tears. Very scarce in dustwrapper. The first of Arthur Rackham’s popular Christmas gift books leading into the Golden Age of book illustration. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        MORDEKHAI ‘IMANUEL NOAH [AND] MASAOT BÂ’ANGLIAH, TSFARAT, SEFARD, UÂ’VÂ’ARTZOT BARBARIA

      Warsaw: Achiasaf Society. 1905. Hardback. 1st Edition [and] 1st Hebrew edition. Modern boards, 8vo, [66], 25 pages. 22 cm. In Hebrew. Two books published together. First Title is Mordekhai ‘Imanuel Noah by Rabbi Max Raisin. Title translates to Mordecai Manuel Noah. Second title is Masaot by Mordecai Manuel Noah, the First Hebrew translation of NoahÂ’s famous “Travels in England, France, Spain and the Barbary States, in the years 1813-14 and 15.” Publishing the work in Hebrew, in Eastern Europe, was a way to reach the wider Jewish world to tell the amazing story of Noah, probably the most powerful Jew in the Western Hemisphere of the early 19th Century. Both are published by the Achiasaf Society, a Hebrew language publisher founded by noted Zionist thinker Asher Zvi Hirsch Ginzberg, better known as Ahad HaÂ’Am. It contains a brief biography of American-Jewish statesman and proto-Zionist thinker, Mordecai Manuel Noah, and NoahÂ’s own accounts of his travels in England, France, Spain, and the Barbary Coast. (Today known as the Greater Maghreb. ) Noah, a journalist, playwright, politician, and lawyer, was one of the most prominent Jews of Early America, and served as Consul to Kingdom of Tunis (modern Tunisia) under President James Madison. When then-Secretary of State James Monroe removed Noah from NoahÂ’s post, citing his religion as an “obstacle”, it sparked an outcry among American Jews and non-Jews alike, with Noah receiving letters of support from John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison. Discouraged from pursuing government positions, Noah continued his career as a newspaperman in New York, founding and editing numerous publications there. Unfortunately, Noah is probably best remembered for his ambitious but failed attempt to establish “Ararat, A Jewish City of Refuge” on Grand Island in Upstate New York. NoahÂ’s ardent belief that Jews would flock to his settlement to escape international persecution proved false, and “Ararat” never came to be. Masaot was written in 1814, before NoahÂ’s removal from his position of Consul, and ten years before the failure of Ararat. His biography is written by Rabbi Max Raisin, prominent early 20th-century historian of Jewish America. SUBJECT(S) Jewish politicians -- United States -- Biography -- Voyages and Travels. OCLC lists only 4 copies worldwide (NYPL, YU, HUC, and UPENN) . Ex-Library with usual markings. Paper beginning to yellow. Otherwise Very Good Condition. Rare. (AMR-50-1) .

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        [Doves Press- Association Copy, John Hornby] Paradise Regain'd

      Hammersmith: Doves Press, 1905. First edition thus. Small 4to. Original full vellum over card boards, gilt lettering on spine. Doves type printed in black and red and Greek type designed by Selwyn Image. Inscribed and signed by Charles Harold St. John Hornby, founder of the Ashendene Press as a wedding gift to Sir John Fischer Williams on July 29th, 1911. Williams became a well-known international lawyer who was the British Legal Representative on the Reparation Commission under the Treaty of Versailles. The two may have met at Oxford or when Hornby was appointed High Sheriff of the County of London while Williams was practicing law. A further gift inscription to a relative of Williams is written below Hornby''s. A nice association copy by one master of english modern press gifting a volume created by another. Bookplate of J. F. Williams on pastedown. One of 300 unnumbered copies. Vellum with usual natural discoloration, small red mark on front cover; portion of dampstaining to outer margin of final 11 leaves, else clean and bright.

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        The Game

      New York: The Macmillan Company, 1905. First Edition. London's fourteenth book, a boxing novel about a boxer's final fight. BAL 11886. Second Issue, with rubber-stamp of Metropolitan Magazine Co. on copyright page. Octavo; teal vertical-ribbed cloth, with titling and decorations stamped in gilt, white, red and brown to spine and front panel; decorative endpapers; top edge gilt; 182pp, [6] ads; illus. Brief contemporary inscription to verso of frontispiece, some trivial rubbing to spine ends and lower board edges, else very Near Fine. Illustrated by Henry Hutt & T.C. Lawrence.

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        Der Kampf Um Den Entwickelungs -Gedanken,. Drei Vortrage , Gehalten am 14., 16. Und 19. April 1905 Im Saale Der Sing-Akademie Zu Berlin

      Georg Reimer, Berlin 1905 - SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR on half-title page -" Herr Professor Dr. Hans Wattengren (Lund) (see pictures) Ernst Haeckel". Title translates to "Last Words on Evolution". Ernst Haeckel promoted and popularized Charles Darwin's work in Germany and developed the controversial recapitulation theory ("ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny") claiming that an individual organism's biological development, or ontogeny, parallels and summarizes its species' evolutionary development, or phylogeny. (Wikipedia). Book is Very Good, wrappers have 1" and 2" tears at spine and wrappers a bit rubbed. SCARCE in collectible condition, and especially so SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        A Child's Garden of Verses

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1905. First edition with the Jessie Wilcox Smith illustrations. 12 color plates, mounted cover illustration, endpapers, title-design, and black-and-white drawings in the text by Jessie Wilcox Smith. Each plate with printed tissue guard. xii, 124, [2] pp. 1 vols. Square 8vo. Black cloth, with mounted cover illustration by Smith, t.e.g. Very good plus. Smith, Jessie Wilcox. First edition with the Jessie Wilcox Smith illustrations. 12 color plates, mounted cover illustration, endpapers, title-design, and black-and-white drawings in the text by Jessie Wilcox Smith. Each plate with printed tissue guard. xii, 124, [2] pp. 1 vols. Square 8vo. Cotsen 5233; Nudelman A22

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        The Compleat Angler; Or the Contemplative Man's Recreation, Being a Discourse of Fish and Fishing Not Unworthy the Perusal of Most Anglers

      Chiswick: Caradoc Press, 1905. Undetermined. very good. 155pp. Octavo. Attractively bound in full calf with decorations and lettering stamped in black to the front board and spine. Deckled edges. Original green silk bookmark. The title-page, portrait frontispiece and tailpiece vignettes all designed and etched by H.G. Webb; engraved initials by Webb, printed in black with headlines, chapter heads and shoulder notes in red. Limited to a printing of 350 copies, of which this is #26. Corners and the head and tail of the spine bumped; rubbing to edges, with an abrasion to the back board. Browning to the text block edges, as well as a few minor spots of foxing throughout the text. Overall, a bright and tight copy. A gorgeously bound, limited edition copy of Walton's The Complete Angler. The Complete Angler is not only a classic of angling literature, but also has the distinction of being among the most reprinted books in the English language. This copy contains some stunning decorations and etchings by H. G. Webb, who, along with H. D. Webb, ran the Caradoc Press. 1905

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        Las guerras con las tribus Yaqui Mayo del estado de Sonora. Obra mandada formar por la Secretaría de Guerra y Marina en 28 de mayo de 1902, al general de brigada, Francisco P. Troncoso. Comprende: desde el 22 de diciembre 1529, hasta el 31 de diciembre de 1902. Imprensa por orden del Secretario de Guerra y Marina, general de divisíon, Francesco Z. Mena

      Tip. del Departamento de Estado Mayor, México 1905 - 342, ix pp. + map. Illus. with 1 b/w folding map. Divided into four parts: 1. The time of the conquest from 1529 until 1610; 2. The colonial period, 1611-1822; 3. From Independence until the expulsion of the French troops; 4. The last third of the 19th century. At the time this book was prepared, the Yaquis had been at war with the various governments for nearly four centuries with only occasional periods of peace. Republished in 1977 as part of the series "Clásicos de la antropología mexicana." Provenance: Joseph M. Gleason (bookplate), who helped bring the Lima collection to the Catholic Univ. of America. Palau 341328. Eberstadt 128-43. A very good copy, wear to spine head, extremely faint accession numbers at foot of spine, scuffed boards, owner's bookplate on front pastedown, owner's stamp on half-title, a few small repairs to map on verso, contents clean and tight. Quarter morocco over marbled boards, 4 raised bands, gilt title [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD SYSTEM AT THE LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION; LOCOMOTIVE TESTS AND EXHIBITS, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, 1904.

      Philadelphia, PA: Pennsylvania Railroad, 1905 734 pages with a multitude of steam locomotive diagrams and various parts, many as foldouts. The static testing of eight steam locomotives at the exposition. Features statistics of the physical characteristics of each locomotive plus analysis of its operation. Highly illustrated with diagrams, tables and charts. Bound in original dark brown half leather over finely pebbled cloth boards. Spine ends and cover corners professionally repaired. "Public Service Commission of Oregon" stamps on endpapers and title page. A very good plus, handsome copy.. First Edition. Hardcover.

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        THE JEWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE PRESENT DAY

      New York, Press Of J. B. Lippincott Company. 1905. Hardcover. 1st edition. Original PublisherÂ’s Cloth, 4to, 352 pages, black and white photos and illustrations, fold-outs are intact, Number 22 of 175 copies printed on hand-made paper. Contents include: Preface; Beginnings 1670 to 1750; Organization 1750 to 1775; Moses Lindo; Francis Salvador; The Revolutionary Period; Joseph Salvador; 1783 to 1800; 1800 to 1824; The Reformed Society of Israelites; 1824 to 1860; Religious Development 1824 to 1860; The War Between the States; Smaller Communities; Modern Period 1865 to 1905; Miscellaneous Biographies; APPENDIX A: The Act for Making Aliens Free; B: Directories 1695 to 1800; C: The Salvador Grant of Arms; D: The Hebrew Benevolent Society; E: Hebrew Orphan Society; F: The Congregation Beth Elohim 1800 to 1824; G: Ministers of Beth Elohim 1750 to 1905; H: Old Jewish Cemeteries in SC; Bibliography; Index. The author served as Rabbi of K. K. Beth Elo-him of Charleston. Significant staining. Some edgewear. End-page filled with notes. Good condition. (AMR-38-22A) .

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        Zydostwo polskie Swym Braciom ktorzy walczyli o niepodleglosc i wolnosc kraju

      JUDAICA WWI JEWS IN POLISH ARMY 1905-1918 In Polish VERY RARE! Zydostwo polskie Swym Braciom ktorzy walczyli o niepodleglosc i wolnosc kraju, 1905-1918 Monolit, 1936., 96pp., 28 x 20 cm., stamped hard cloth cover  Richly illustrated by real photos and drawings  List of Jewish Polish officers and soldiers awarded with orders and medals.  List of fallen Jewish Polish officers and soldiers.  Real photos of synagogues in Poland  Real photos of Jewish Polish officers and soldiers who fought in WWI. COVER WORN, RUBBED, CHIPPED TO EDGES SOME FOXING STAINS TO SOME PAGES BROWN PAPER TO TITLE PAGES.  WEIGHT: 673 gr.  I SEND IT EMS

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        Inaugural Addresses of the Presidents of the United States from Johnson to Roosevelt

      Chicago: Donnelley/Lakeside Press, 1905. 1st ed. Hardcover. Fine. 302p. Original green cloth. 18cm. Minor dulling of the gilt rule along the outer edges of the front cover; otherwise almost as new. Top edge gilt. No jacket other than a contemporary glassine. A Lakeside Classic (No. 3 in the series).

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        Las guerras con las tribus Yaqui Mayo del estado de Sonora. Obra mandada formar por la Secretaría de Guerra y Marina en 28 de mayo de 1902, al general de brigada, Francisco P. Troncoso. Comprende: desde el 22 de diciembre 1529, hasta el 31 de diciembre de 1902. Imprensa por orden del Secretario de Guerra y Marina, general de divisíon, Francesco Z. Mena

      México: Tip. del Departamento de Estado Mayor, 1905. First edition. Quarter morocco over marbled boards, 4 raised bands, gilt title. A very good copy, wear to spine head, extremely faint accession numbers at foot of spine, scuffed boards, owner's bookplate on front pastedown, owner's stamp on half-title, a few small repairs to map on verso, contents clean and tight.. 342, ix pp. + map. Illus. with 1 b/w folding map. Divided into four parts: 1. The time of the conquest from 1529 until 1610; 2. The colonial period, 1611-1822; 3. From Independence until the expulsion of the French troops; 4. The last third of the 19th century. At the time this book was prepared, the Yaquis had been at war with the various governments for nearly four centuries with only occasional periods of peace. Republished in 1977 as part of the series "Clásicos de la antropología mexicana." Provenance: Joseph M. Gleason (bookplate), who helped bring the Lima collection to the Catholic Univ. of America. Palau 341328. Eberstadt 128-43.

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        Tuskegee & Its People

      1905. First Edition . WASHINGTON, Booker T. Tuskegee & Its People: Their Ideals and Achievements. New York: D. Appleton, 1905. Octavo, original gilt-stamped burgundy cloth. $1900.First edition of an important work on Booker T. Washington's Tuskegee Institute, expressing his goal ""to write a history of the individual yearnings for the light of knowledge""—a scarce copy containing the publisher's tipped-in leaf printed, ""Compliments of Booker T. Washington""—with essays by Washington, leaders of the school and graduates, along with frontispiece portrait of Washington and 23 full-page illustrations.Washington, the Wizard of Tuskegee, was the ""most dominant figure in African American society"" when Tuskegee & Its People appeared (Verney, Art of the Possible, 111). Famed for his 1895 Atlanta ""Compromise"" Speech and an approach to African American education that highlighted vocational training over academics, Washington is often contrasted to W.E.B. Du Bois. Yet many see a rupture between Washington's public stance and his school's actual history. ""From its early days, Tuskegee offered a broad curriculum, not unlike that found in high schools for white students at the timeÂ… The academic curriculum of Tuskegee was not promoted publicly—as was the vocational program—and flew under the radar so to speak"" (Morowski in American Educational History Journal). When Tuskegee & Its People appeared, most secondary schools in the South were whites only and the 1896 U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Plessy v Ferguson had fiercely institutionalized segregation. To many, a fresh analysis of this major work might ""better decipher Washington's place in African American historyÂ… the validity of his so-called grassroots leadership style, the realities of students' experiences at Tuskegee, and the overall complexity and multidimensional nature of his leadership"" (Dagbovie, African American History Reconsidered, 152). Washington secretly supported a number of civil rights causes and ""never said that American minorities would forever forgo the right to vote, to gain a full education, or to enjoy the fruits of an integrated society. But he strategically chose not to force the issue in the face of the overwhelming white hostility that was the reality of American race relations in the late 19th and early 20th centuries"" (ANB). One of an undetermined number with a tipped-in leaf printed; ""Compliments of Booker T. Washington, Principal Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute, Tuskegee Institute, Alabama."" Edited by Washington with his extensive introduction, containing five essays from leaders in the school's staff, including his wife, Margaret Murray Washington, and 17 essays from Tuskegee graduates, along with 24 full-page illustrations, including a frontispiece portrait of Washington. Without rarely found dust jacket. Penciled inscription in a secretarial hand or from the publisher, to ""R. Henry W. Dwight from the Author. 1905."" The recipient is likely R. Henry W. Dwight, a descendant of the New England Dwight family, whose members served in the U.S. Congress and whose legacy reaches back to the American Revolution. The R. Henry W. Dwight collection of his family's history is housed in the Norman Rockwell Museum Archives. Tiny bit of marginalia to one leaf of the introduction.Interior fine, only lightest edge-wear to bright gilt-stamped cloth. A very handsome about-fine copy.

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        The Tragedies of Algernon Charles Swinburne.

      Chatto & Windus, London. 1905 - First edition. Octavo. Five volumes: pp [xii], 290; [viii], 437; [vi], 310; [vi], 268; [viii], 451. Large-Paper edition, one of 100 numbered sets, this being copy No. 6. Vol. V has a frontispiece portrait of the author from a painting by G.F. Watts. Superb period binding by Bumpus of full red morocco, raised bands, gilt decorated spines, gilt rules, inner dentelles. Top edge gilt. Printed on laid paper. Pages unopened.Prelims and edges lightly spotted. Two corners slightly bumped. A near-fine set, impressively bound. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Ellis, Bookseller, ABA, ILAB]
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        PIE AND THE PATTY-PAN

      POTTER, BEATRIX. POTTER,BEATRIX. THE PIE AND THE PATTY-PAN. London: Frederick Warne (1905). 12mo, maroon boards printed in silver, near Fine. Early printing with pictorial endpapers, similar to Quinby 9B except with a comma after "Joan" on half-title. Illustrated with color plates plus line illustrations on each page of text. Printed by EDMUND EVANS. Nice copy of a fragile book.

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        The Geographical Journal.

      London, The Royal Geographical Society 1905/1906/1907.. Vols. 25, 27, 29. Lex.-8°. VIII, 746 S. Mit 55 Taf., 52 Abb. im Text., 22 Karten, 14 mehrf. gefalt. Taf., 1 farb. Taf.; VIII, 708 S., 14 Taf., 59 Abb. im Text, 12 Karten, 20 mehrf. gefalt. Karten, 7 Pläne; VIII, 751 S. Mit 12 Taf., 78 Abb. im Text, 26 Karten, 11 mehrf. gefalt. Karten u. 10 Plänen. HLdr. d. Zt, m. Rückengoldpräg. Kanten berieb. Exlibris der 'Bibliothecae Coll. B.V.M. Winton in Oxon'. Vorsatz gestemp. Enthält: Hugh Robert Mill, The Present Problems of Geography. Ellesworth, Huntington, The Mountains of Turkestan. A. J. C. Molyneux, The Physical History of the Victoria Falls. Hugh Robert Mills, The Eighth Internatioanl Geographical Congress. R. L. Reid's Journeys in Portugese East Africa. J. W. Evans, Hydography of the Andes. George Murray, On a New Genus of Algae, Clementsia Markhamiana. Tempest Anderson, On Certain Recent Changes in the Crater of Stromboli. B. H. Jessen, South-Western Abyssinia. O. J. R. Howarth, Notes on an Irish Lake District. J. W. Spencer, The Submarine Great Canon of the Hudson River. Ludovico Marini, On the Method of Studying Thalassology. William Hunter Workman, From Sringar to the Sources of the Chogo Lungma Glacier. H. L. Crostwhait, A Journey to Lake San Martin, Patagonia. Robert F. Scott, Results of the National Antarctic Expedition. Rawling and Hargreaves, Exploration of Western Tibet and Rudok. Frank Younghusband, The Geographical Results of theTibet Mission. H. Hoek, Exploration in Bolivia. C. C. Manifold, The Problem of the Upper Yang-Tse Provinces and their Communications. Clements R. Markham, On the Next Great Arctic Discovery. The Late Baron von Richthofen on Antarctic Exploration. W. F. Hume, Notes on the history of the Nile and its Valley. Fanny Bullock Workman, First Exploration of the Hoh Lumba and Sosbon Glaciers. Two Pioneer Ascents in the Himalaya. C. G. Seligmann, Anthropogeographical Investigations in British New Guinea. David Randall-Maciver, The Rhodesia Ruins: Their Probable Origin and Significance. Weld Blundell. Exploration in the Abai Basin, Abyssinia. Sven Hedin's Journey in Central Asia: Scientific Results. Vaughan Cornish. Progressive Waves in Rivers. Stein's Expedition in Central Asia. Duke of the Abruzzi, The Snows of the Nile. Beeing an Account of the Exploration of the Peaks, Passes and Glaciers of Ruwenzori. Stanley Gardiner, The Seychelles Archipelago. A. W. S. Wingate, Nine Year's Survey and Exploration in Northern and Central China. G. E. Smith, From the Victoria Nyanza to Kilemanjaro. L. A. Wallace, North-Eastern Rhodesia. John. H. Beacom, Irrigation in the United States: Its Geographical and Economical Results. Roald Amundsen, To the North Magnetic Pole and Through the North-West Passage. C. D. Bruce, A Journey across Asia from Leh to Peking.

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        De Profundis

      London: Methuen & Co Ltd, 1905. First Edition. Hardcover. Like New. First edition, first issue ads at rear dated February 1905. 151 pp. with 40 pages of ads at rear. Original blue cloth with gilt lettering. Near Fine condition, no jacket. Bookplate on front paste down. Spine lettering a bit rubbed. A very neat, clean copy. Wilde's 1897 manuscript from Reading Gaol, not published until five years after his death.

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        The Geographical Journal.

       London, The Royal Geographical Society 1905/1906/1907. Vols. 25, 27, 29. Lex.-8°. VIII, 746 S. Mit 55 Taf., 52 Abb. im Text., 22 Karten, 14 mehrf. gefalt. Taf., 1 farb. Taf.; VIII, 708 S., 14 Taf., 59 Abb. im Text, 12 Karten, 20 mehrf. gefalt. Karten, 7 Pläne; VIII, 751 S. Mit 12 Taf., 78 Abb. im Text, 26 Karten, 11 mehrf. gefalt. Karten u. 10 Plänen. HLdr. d. Zt, m. Rückengoldpräg. Kanten berieb. Exlibris der `Bibliothecae Coll. B.V.M. Winton in Oxon`. Vorsatz gestemp.Enthält: Hugh Robert Mill, The Present Problems of Geography. Ellesworth, Huntington, The Mountains of Turkestan. A. J. C. Molyneux, The Physical History of the Victoria Falls. Hugh Robert Mills, The Eighth Internatioanl Geographical Congress. R. L. Reid`s Journeys in Portugese East Africa. J. W. Evans, Hydography of the Andes. George Murray, On a New Genus of Algae, Clementsia Markhamiana. Tempest Anderson, On Certain Recent Changes in the Crater of Stromboli. B. H. Jessen, South-Western Abyssinia. O. J. R. Howarth, Notes on an Irish Lake District. J. W. Spencer, The Submarine Great Canon of the Hudson River. Ludovico Marini, On the Method of Studying Thalassology. William Hunter Workman, From Sringar to the Sources of the Chogo Lungma Glacier. H. L. Crostwhait, A Journey to Lake San Martin, Patagonia. Robert F. Scott, Results of the National Antarctic Expedition. Rawling and Hargreaves, Exploration of Western Tibet and Rudok. Frank Younghusband, The Geographical Results of theTibet Mission. H. Hoek, Exploration in Bolivia. C. C. Manifold, The Problem of the Upper Yang-Tse Provinces and their Communications. Clements R. Markham, On the Next Great Arctic Discovery. The Late Baron von Richthofen on Antarctic Exploration. W. F. Hume, Notes on the history of the Nile and its Valley. Fanny Bullock Workman, First Exploration of the Hoh Lumba and Sosbon Glaciers. Two Pioneer Ascents in the Himalaya. C. G. Seligmann, Anthropogeographical Investigations in British New Guinea. David Randall-Maciver, The Rhodesia Ruins: Their Probable Origin and Significance. Weld Blundell. Exploration in the Abai Basin, Abyssinia. Sven Hedin`s Journey in Central Asia: Scientific Results. Vaughan Cornish. Progressive Waves in Rivers. Stein`s Expedition in Central Asia. Duke of the Abruzzi, The Snows of the Nile. Beeing an Account of the Exploration of the Peaks, Passes and Glaciers of Ruwenzori. Stanley Gardiner, The Seychelles Archipelago. A. W. S. Wingate, Nine Year`s Survey and Exploration in Northern and Central China. G. E. Smith, From the Victoria Nyanza to Kilemanjaro. L. A. Wallace, North-Eastern Rhodesia. John. H. Beacom, Irrigation in the United States: Its Geographical and Economical Results. Roald Amundsen, To the North Magnetic Pole and Through the North-West Passage. C. D. Bruce, A Journey across Asia from Leh to Peking. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Reise, Geographie, Zeitschriften

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        Bonnie Scotland

      London: A. & C. Black, 1905. Rebound into half-blue leather with vellum over baords. Red and gilt decorations to front board; raised bands and red and gilt decoration to spine. Top edges gilt; marbled endpages. Illustrated with full colour paltes with tissue guards. Small strip of browning to the upper edge of the front board, otherwise fine.. Second Printing, Corrected. Half Leather. Near Fine/No Jacket. Illus. by Sutton Palmer. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        Eugenia

      1905. First Edition . JOPLIN, Scott. Eugenia. Chicago: Will Rossiter, 1905. Quarto, original wrappers; pp. 8. $1800.First edition of the score for this popular rag.African-American composer Scott Joplin is the most prominent of the ragtime composers of the Missouri school, which flourished around 1900. After suffering a decline of popularity in the 1920s connected with the spread of recorded music-RagtimeÂ’s popularity directly related to the ability of amateur musicians to purchase the sheet music and perform it at home-Ragtime was recognized in the second half of the 20th century as a supremely American musical form. “Ragtime now appears widely in concert programmes, film scores, and elsewhere in American life. This revival virtually took the form of a craze in the late 1960s and early 1970s and, before subsiding, had established ragtime in the view of music historians as the first clear fusion, and perhaps the most successful, of AmericaÂ’s salient musical features” (New Grove 15:539). Evidence of tape repair to wrapper spine, very light edgewear. Spine expertly repaired at fold. An extremely good copy. First editions of ScottÂ’s piano solos are extremely scarce.

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        Plakat - Platon kretschet (Der Chirurg) Narkompros. Gorteatr. Kolchosno-sowchosnyj filial (Volkskommissariat für Bildungswesen. Kolchose-Sowchose Filiale). Moskowskogo gosudarst. kamernogo teatra. Moskauer staatliches Kammertheater. Postankovka (Inszenierung): M. A.Gerscht. Chudoschnik (Künstler): W. Odinokow..

      82 x 58 cm, Tadell. Text russ. Übersetzung von I. Kruti. - Alexander Jewdokimowitsch Kornejtschuk [möglicherweise auch Korpejtschuk](1905-1972), linientreuer Schreiber von Durchhalte-Stücken aus dem Bürgerkrieg (Hauptwerk: "Untergang eines Geschwaders") mehrfacher Stalinpreisträger. Der Künstler stieg sogar zum Ersten Vizepremier und Außenminister der Ukraine auf. Durch Heirat mit der Krakauer Kollegin Wanda Wassilewska ("Erde im Joch"), Regimentskommissarin bei der Roten Armee, kam Kornejtschuk gar zu einem Orden Volkspolens.

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        Bonnie Scotland

      A. & C. Black, London 1905 - Rebound into half-blue leather with vellum over baords. Red and gilt decorations to front board; raised bands and red and gilt decoration to spine. Top edges gilt; marbled endpages. Illustrated with full colour paltes with tissue guards. Small strip of browning to the upper edge of the front board, otherwise fine. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD SYSTEM AT THE LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION; LOCOMOTIVE TESTS AND EXHIBITS, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, 1904.

      Pennsylvania Railroad, Philadelphia, PA 1905 - 734 pages with a multitude of steam locomotive diagrams and various parts, many as foldouts. The static testing of eight steam locomotives at the exposition. Features statistics of the physical characteristics of each locomotive plus analysis of its operation. Highly illustrated with diagrams, tables and charts. Bound in original dark brown half leather over finely pebbled cloth boards. Spine ends and cover corners professionally repaired. "Public Service Commission of Oregon" stamps on endpapers and title page. A very good plus, handsome copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Allgemeines Journal der Uhrmacherkunst. Illustrierte Fachzeitschrift für Uhrmacher.

      Leipzig u.a. / Schneider u.a 1905 - 1905, 1906, 1907, 1910. 32 Jg. in 32 Bde. HLn d. Zt./ HLdr. d. Zt. 32 Jg. in 32 Bde.! - Die Jg. 1897 & 1898 in Kopie. - 23 Bde in HLn d. Zt., 7 Bde. in HLdr. d. Zt. mit montierten Rückenschildern und Rückenbroschuren. - Rückenschilder berieben & bestoßen; bei zwei Bde. Deckel lose; Kapitale meist eingerissen; einige Gelenke angeplatzt. 2200 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Three Woman

      GAY & BRID, LONDON 1905 - red cloth, Front and back cover shows wear and all corners are rubbed and are worn. fading, A corner of the spine has been eaten (see photo), previous owner markings on front end papers. DATE PUBLISHED: 1905 EDITION: 163 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Alkohol und Kunst (Alcohol and Art)

      Verlag von Deutschlands Großloge II des I. O. G. T., Flensburg 1905 - Octavo. 8pp. Original artistic blue and white color washed paper wrappers with emblem and lettering in black on cover. Lecture on the relation of alcohol and art by Prof. Peter Behrens based on the research of Moebius, Kraepelin, Smith, and Delbrück. At the time Behrens was director of the School for Applied Art in Düsseldorf, influential member of the modernist movement at the turn of the century, and cofounder of the famous German Werkbund. When Behrens designed the AEG Turbine Factory in 1910 some of his assistants and students were Walter Gropius, Le Corbusier, Mies van der Rohe, and Adolf Meyer. In his lecture Behrens takes a firm stand against alcohol consumption going as far as to claim that alcohol is most pronounced among artists and brilliant thinkers and that it is rare that such persons do not see their demise as a result of alcoholism. Behrens commits to wanting to be a contributor to the elevation of the human life and wishes to see that art is desired and relished by all people. He expresses his hope to live to see the fruits of the efforts of the anti-alcohol-movement in the next generation. This lecture was given at the IX. International Congress against Alcoholism on April 28, 1903 in Bremen, Germany. The back cover carries advertisements for a student performance entitled "Frei!" by Eva Trau and "Neujahrsmorgen!" by Dr. Kantorowicz. Wrappers and pages age-toned. Wrappers and interior in overall very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        THE TALE OF MRS TIGGY-WINKLE

      Published by Frederick Warne & Co., 1905. 1st edition.. Hardback. Good. Illustrated by Potter, Beatrix. Almost very good condition with no wrapper. Brown boards, white lettering. Pictorial onlay of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle front cover. Date 1905 on title page. First two printings are believed to be identical. Small format. 84 numbered pages. Spine and corners bumped and worn, 0.25" loss to top of spine has been repaired with matching card. Inscription in ink to half-title and name in ink (faded) to top edge of front endpaper. Some small, light marks to page margins and a few small spots of surface paper damage where pages were stuck together a little. [R]

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        Tosca - Puccini, Giacomo - First English Edition 1905

      G. Ricordi & Co., London 1905 - G. Puccini: Tosca / Melodramma in tre atti di V. Sardou, G. Ricordi, London 1905. First English edition, and the second of the Italian printing, Hopkinson 5 B (h). PN 109916, 335 pages, 8.25 x 10.75 inches, original green cloth with some wear. A lovely copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Tales and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe

      Croscup & Holby, New York 1905 - "The Tales and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe". With a Biographical Introduction by George Mercer Adam. Limited National Edition, numbered 130 out of 1,000. Published by Croscup & Holby, New York, 1905. Complete in ten volumes. Illustrated. The books measure 5.25" x 7.75". Half bound green morocco over marbled boards. Gilt titling and decorations on the spine with top edge gilt. Marbled endpapers. The books are in very good to very good minus condition. Wear to the leather corners and spines. Large defects were patched with Japanese mending paper by a professional book binder. The leather has been treated and conditioned to ensure it lasts for years to come. Previous owner's signature on each of the front leaves. The textblocks are clean, bright, unmarked, and complete. Please view the many other rare titles available for purchase at our store. We are always interested in purchasing individual or collections of fine books. Inventory #(H4-2) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Golden Age

      New York: Dodd, Mead, 1905. hardcover. fine. Parrish, Maxfield. Frontispiece, title page, and other illustrations by Maxfield Parrish. 252pp. 8vo, rebound in full green morocco; gilt-stamped spine with raised bands, t.e.g. New York: Dodd, Mead, (1905). A fine copy.

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        THE UNION HAGGADAH: HOME SERVICE FOR THE PASSOVER EVE

      New York Bloch Pub. Co. , Sole Agent For The Publications Of The Central Conference Of American Rabbis 1905 - Original wraps. 8vo. 76 pages. 21 cm. First appearance, pre-dating the 1st publicly available edition of 1907. "Printed as Manuscript and Submitted to the Conference at Cleveland, Ohio, July, 1905." The Union Haggadah (for the Union of American Hebrew Congregations) , compiled by the Central Conference of American Rabbis, printed in New York. "Most of the text is in English, with a minimal amount in Hebrew. In addition to a number of illustrations and musical selections, there are sections devoted to ’Passover in History and Tradition’ and ‘Passover in Literature. ’ (Quote from Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi, The Reform Haggadah in America, "Haggadah and History") . This early manuscript appearance predates the standardized version printed in Philadelphia in 1907; it contains no illustrations, and portions of the appendix were later shifted to the front section in the 1907 printing. Yudlov 2307. Subjects: Haggada shel Pesah. CCAR. OCLC lists 6 copies (JTSA, Yale, Wayne State, North Carolina State, HUC, Natl Libr Israel) . Wrap worn, loose. Otherwise fresh and clean. Fair condition. (HAG-10-13) [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Eine Routenaufnahme durch Ostpersien.

      2 Bände und Kartenmappe (mit der Karte v. Ost-Persien im Maßstab 1:1000000 auf 8 Blättern). Mit 97 Tafeln, 37 (16 farb.) Panoramen, 19 farb. (9 doppelblattgr. u. 9 gefalt.) Karten sowie einigen Textabbildungen. Umfangreich ausgestattetes seltenes Werk über Hedins Persienreise 1905-1906. - Vollständig mit allen Karten und Tafeln. - 010

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        The Storm of London.

      Boston; Herbert B. Turner. 1905 - First edition. 8vo. Publisher's decorated grey cloth titled in black to spine and front board and embellished with dramatic scenes of London being lashed by tempest. Minor edgewear and rubbing, very good indeed. A handsome copy. Internally clean and fresh. Top edge a trifle dusty, others untrimmed. Okay, this satirical item is a bit crackers even from the dizzy heights of eccentricity I usually occupy; a bored peer attempts suicide at the height of the worst storm to hit London in years but awakes to find that everybody's clothes have disappeared, in fact all fabric has dissolved, and everyone must walk around naked. Yes, I think I had a dream like that when I was 14. Obviously it's all a little more serious than that, with the disappearance of clothes comes the disintegration of class divisions, one can no longer tell whom one's peers are from looking at them, also socialising is apparently a lot more difficult when everyone is naked. A fact I shall remember when next I attend a major bookfair. Quite odd, but a very nice copy of a very scarce book. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Woodmyth and Fable

      Century Co. New York 1905 - signed and inscribed To Auntie Schriber with Xmas love from Ernest Thompson Seton (with bear paw drawing) and below Grace Gallaton Seton 1905 very good plus copy. Language: eng Language: eng 0.0 Language: eng [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Geographical Journal.

      London, The Royal Geographical Society 1905/1906/1907. - Vols. 25, 27, 29. Lex.-8°. VIII, 746 S. Mit 55 Taf., 52 Abb. im Text., 22 Karten, 14 mehrf. gefalt. Taf., 1 farb. Taf.; VIII, 708 S., 14 Taf., 59 Abb. im Text, 12 Karten, 20 mehrf. gefalt. Karten, 7 Pläne; VIII, 751 S. Mit 12 Taf., 78 Abb. im Text, 26 Karten, 11 mehrf. gefalt. Karten u. 10 Plänen. HLdr. d. Zt, m. Rückengoldpräg. Kanten berieb. Exlibris der `Bibliothecae Coll. B.V.M. Winton in Oxon`. Vorsatz gestemp. Enthält: Hugh Robert Mill, The Present Problems of Geography. Ellesworth, Huntington, The Mountains of Turkestan. A. J. C. Molyneux, The Physical History of the Victoria Falls. Hugh Robert Mills, The Eighth Internatioanl Geographical Congress. R. L. Reid`s Journeys in Portugese East Africa. J. W. Evans, Hydography of the Andes. George Murray, On a New Genus of Algae, Clementsia Markhamiana. Tempest Anderson, On Certain Recent Changes in the Crater of Stromboli. B. H. Jessen, South-Western Abyssinia. O. J. R. Howarth, Notes on an Irish Lake District. J. W. Spencer, The Submarine Great Canon of the Hudson River. Ludovico Marini, On the Method of Studying Thalassology. William Hunter Workman, From Sringar to the Sources of the Chogo Lungma Glacier. H. L. Crostwhait, A Journey to Lake San Martin, Patagonia. Robert F. Scott, Results of the National Antarctic Expedition. Rawling and Hargreaves, Exploration of Western Tibet and Rudok. Frank Younghusband, The Geographical Results of theTibet Mission. H. Hoek, Exploration in Bolivia. C. C. Manifold, The Problem of the Upper Yang-Tse Provinces and their Communications. Clements R. Markham, On the Next Great Arctic Discovery. The Late Baron von Richthofen on Antarctic Exploration. W. F. Hume, Notes on the history of the Nile and its Valley. Fanny Bullock Workman, First Exploration of the Hoh Lumba and Sosbon Glaciers. Two Pioneer Ascents in the Himalaya. C. G. Seligmann, Anthropogeographical Investigations in British New Guinea. David Randall-Maciver, The Rhodesia Ruins: Their Probable Origin and Significance. Weld Blundell. Exploration in the Abai Basin, Abyssinia. Sven Hedin`s Journey in Central Asia: Scientific Results. Vaughan Cornish. Progressive Waves in Rivers. Stein`s Expedition in Central Asia. Duke of the Abruzzi, The Snows of the Nile. Beeing an Account of the Exploration of the Peaks, Passes and Glaciers of Ruwenzori. Stanley Gardiner, The Seychelles Archipelago. A. W. S. Wingate, Nine Year`s Survey and Exploration in Northern and Central China. G. E. Smith, From the Victoria Nyanza to Kilemanjaro. L. A. Wallace, North-Eastern Rhodesia. John. H. Beacom, Irrigation in the United States: Its Geographical and Economical Results. Roald Amundsen, To the North Magnetic Pole and Through the North-West Passage. C. D. Bruce, A Journey across Asia from Leh to Peking. Gewicht in Gramm: 6000 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Eugenia

      , 1905. 1905. First Edition . JOPLIN, Scott. Eugenia. Chicago: Will Rossiter, 1905. Quarto, original wrappers; pp. 8. $1800.First edition of the score for this popular rag.African-American composer Scott Joplin is the most prominent of the ragtime composers of the Missouri school, which flourished around 1900. After suffering a decline of popularity in the 1920s connected with the spread of recorded music-Ragtime

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        Where Angels Fear to Tread

      William Blackwood and Sons Edinburgh and London 1905 - First UK edition, first issue, hardback of the author's first book. 319 pages of text followed by the first state of the publisher's 32-page catalogue, dated 5/05, and Forster not included. Bound in original blue cloth stamped in black to upper board, spine lettered in gilt, maroon coated end papers. An interesting historical bookplate is mounted on the front end paper - "W.H. Smith & Son's Subscription Library 186 Strand, London at the Railway Bookstalls". A narrow label is mounted diagonally across this stating "Published at 6/- Is now offered for sale at 1/6". Book is in near very good condition, tight binding, spine sun faded, wear to top of spine, corner bumped, light edge soiling. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE HEAD OF KAY'S

      Published by Adam & Charles Black, 1905. 1st edition.. Hardback. Good. Illustrated by Whitwell, T.M.R.. Almost very good condition with no wrapper. Red pictorial cloth with white titles to front cover, gilt to spine. 8 b/w plates. 280 pages plus 8 page publication list. Spine bumped and worn with a couple of tiny splits to cloth, also faded. A little bumping and wear to corners and tiny bump to bottom edge of front cover. Both covers are marked, light stain to front cover below title. Small neat ink name and address to top corner of front endpaper. Repaired tear to inside margin of contents page. A couple of hinges cracked. All plates present but two partially detached and crease to corner of plate opposite page 210. Some browning, mainly to half-title page and last page in publication list. Some foxing throughout. [R]

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        The Story of Little Black Sambo

      Chicago: Reilly & Britton Co, 1905. Decorative Cloth. Collectible; Very Good. 2nd U.S. edition, 1905. The "Christmas Stocking Series". INTRODUCTION BY L. FRANK BAUM!! 64mo (miniature), 56 pgs. plus publisher's ads. A clean, well-preserved, VG+ copy in its original red cloth with decorative holly-border and "Sambo" illustration to front panel. Text on the versos, vivid color illustrations on the rectos. Inner hinge tender but holding nicely.

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        11 offprints William E. Castle on Heredity and Mendelism

      various, 1905-1919. PAMPHLET. 11 original offprints on Heredity and Mendelism by early American Geneticist William E. Castle. Titles included: Heredity of Coat Characters in Guinea-Pigs and Rabbits February 1905 front cover disbound, spine perished a fair copy; Multiple Factos in Heredity (1914) E. N. Harvey stamp, chip to fore-edge of front cover; Simplification of Mendelian Formulae (American Naturalist 1913) Institution stamp front cover, uncut; Can Selection Cause Genetic Change? (American Naturalist 1916) J. T. Baldwin Jr. stamp front cover); The English Rabbit and the Question of Mendelian Unit-Character Constancy with Philip B. Hadley (American Naturalist 1915) Karl Sax and E. M. East stamps front cover; Does Evolution Occur Exclusively By Loss of Genetic Factors? (American Naturalist 1919) E. M. East and Karl Sax stamps front cover); Some Experiments in Mass Selection (American Naturalist 1915) Karl Sax and E. M. East stamps front cover; Bateson's Address, Mendelism and Mutation (Science 1915) Karl Sax and E. M. East stamps front cover; Variability under Inbreeding and Cross-Breeding (American Naturalist 1916) J. T. Baldwin Jr. stamp and W.E. Castle name in ink front page; Is Selection of Mutation the More Important Agency in Evolution? (The Scientific Monthly, 1916). Most are in very good condition, except as noted. "His work with hooded rats provided important evidence that evolution could occur by the action of selection on small variations in traits. Other biologists (including T. H. Huxley and William Bates) had doubted Darwin's belief in the sufficiency of small variations (acted upon by natural selection over long periods of time) to explain evolution. He realized that the traits acted upon could be multifactorial." Wikipedia An interesting group of offprints. First separate editions. In good to very good condition. * . Very Good.

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        A Child's Garden of Verses

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1905. First edition with the Jessie Wilcox Smith illustrations. 12 color plates, mounted cover illustration, endpapers, title-design, and black-and-white drawings in the text by Jessie Wilcox Smith. Each plate with printed tissue guard. xii, 124, [2] pp. 1 vols. Square 8vo. Black cloth, with mounted cover illustration by Smith, t.e.g. Very good plus. Smith, Jessie Wilcox. First edition with the Jessie Wilcox Smith illustrations. 12 color plates, mounted cover illustration, endpapers, title-design, and black-and-white drawings in the text by Jessie Wilcox Smith. Each plate with printed tissue guard. xii, 124, [2] pp. 1 vols. Square 8vo. Cotsen 5233; Nudelman A22

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