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        Portraitphotographie mit eigenh. Widmung und U. Kiel, 22. I. 1910.

      1910. 197:139 mm auf etwas größerem Trägerkarton. Schönes Kniestück en face im Sitzen: "To Sir Ernest Shackleton in remembrance of Kiel | January 22ed. 10 | Henry, Prince of Prussia". - Ernest Shackleton wurde im Jahr darauf mit dem Königlich Preußische Kronenorden ausgezeichnet. - Aus dem Atelier E. Bieber, Hamburg und Berlin, mit dessen gepr. Signet.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris]
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        The Bed-Time Book

      Boston: Small Maynard & Co, 1910. Bowley, A. L.. Oblong octavo. (8)pp. A die-cut paper doll book, one of four in the Bye-Bye series. The front cover is printed like a quilt, and is cut short to show three paper dolls tucked into the bed. Each of the dolls is perforated at the feet so that they can be removed, and children "can thus play at putting the dollies to bed." The three dolls in this set are a Golli-wog and two girls. The text of the book is a collection of nursery rhymes, illustrated with four color and four black & white illustrations by A. L. Bowley. Advertisement and explanation of the other books in the Bye-Bye Series on the rear cover. Printed in Holland. No institutional copies. Light bend to the neck of the Golli-wog, else fine, with all dolls still attached.

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        Adolf Münzer: „Ein self-made man“ (Originalzeichnung)

      1910 - Kohle, Tusche (Spritztechnik) und Deckweiß auf Velin 48,5 x 36,8 cm Links unten signiert und bezeichnet „Münzer 05“  Veröffentlicht:  Jugend. Jahrgang 11 (1906), Heft 10, Seite 197 Text: „Aber, Junge ist denn zu Hause bei Euch zu Hause wirklich so grosse Noth, dass Du kleiner Knirps hausieren musst? – Ick weess nich! Ich habe mir mit die Familie verkracht.“ Biografie: Adolf Münzer (1870 - 1953). Adolf Münzer zählt neben Reinhold Max Eichler, Fritz Erler und Leo Putz zu den Hauptvertretern der Münchner Künstlervereinigung „Die Scholle“. Deren Mitglieder kennen sich aus der Studienzeit bzw. durch die Mitarbeit an der Zeitschrift Jugend und sind zwischen 1899 und 1911 als Ausstellungsgemeinschaft im Münchner Glaspalast sowie in der Münchner Secession vertreten. Obwohl die Gruppe kein festes Programm hat, sondern sich als lockere Künstlergemeinschaft versteht, in der sich jeder auf seiner eigenen Scholle behauptet, verkörpert sie eine der fortschrittlichsten Strömungen der Münchner Malerei um 1900. Nach der Ausbildung zum Dekorationsmaler sowie dem Besuch der Kunst- und Gewerbeschule in Breslau zieht Münzer nach München, wo er von 1890 bis 1897 an der Akademie studiert. Da er seinen Lebensunterhalt nicht als freischaffender Maler verdienen kann, zeichnet er ab 1896 für die Zeitschrift Jugend und steigt innerhalb weniger Jahre zu einem ihrer prominentesten Mitarbeiter auf, dessen Beiträge häufig auf der Titelseite erscheinen. Bis in die 1930er Jahre hinein bleibt Münzer dem Blatt verbunden, wohingegen seine Tätigkeit für die Satirezeitschrift Simplicissimus nur von 1896 bis 1900 andauert. Die Mitarbeit an der Jugend verschafft Münzer nicht nur regelmäßige Einkünfte, sondern wirkt sich auch auf seine künstlerische Entwicklung aus. Dank finanzieller Unterstützung des Herausgebers Dr. Georg Hirth hält er sich zwischen 1900 und 1902 zu Studienzwecken in Paris auf, wo sein Zeichenstil unter dem Eindruck der französischen Plakat- und Illustrationskunst an Leichtigkeit und Eleganz gewinnt. In den kommenden Jahren zeichnen sich Münzers Darstellungen, die meist Szenen aus dem Leben der Frau thematisieren und im Milieu des Großbürgertums bzw. der Bohème angesiedelt sind, durch weiche Konturen, reiche Binnenzeichnung und intensive Farbgebung aus. Wie die meisten Mitglieder der Scholle hat Münzer ein ausgeprägtes dekoratives Talent und möchte dieses in großformatige Tempera- und Ölbilder für öffentliche Gebäude umzusetzen. Nach einigen Anläufen bringt die 1908 in München gezeigte „Ausstellung für angewandte Kunst“, auf der er mit acht Gemälden zu einem Repräsentationsraum für Konfektion vertreten ist, den ersehnten Durchbruch. 1909 erhält Münzer eine Professur an der Düsseldorfer Akademie und führt bis zu seiner Emeritierung 1931 zahlreiche Wandmalereien in ganz Deutschland aus. Je nach Aufgabenstellung sind sie heiter-erotischer bzw. allegorisierend-mythologischer Natur und werden durch Klarheit in der Komposition sowie Strenge in der Form bestimmt, wobei Raffinesse und Ausgewogenheit im Kolorit charakteristisch sind. Durch Ausstellungen, Kunstkritiken und nicht zuletzt die Jugend wird auch dieser Teil von Münzers Oeuvre weithin bekannt. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Stereoscop Galerie. Ansichten aus Deutschland, Frankreich, Italien, der Schweiz und Belgien sowie kunstgeschichtliche Abbildungen als Raumbild-Fotografien, zur dreidimensionalen Betrachtung, auf Karton montiert.

       o.J. (ca. 1910). Sepiagetönte Schwarzweiß-Photographien. Kartenformat: 8,5 x 17,5 cm. 8°. Eingelegt in eine für diesen Zweck hergestellte Buchimitation ( \"Stereoscop-Galerie\", non-book-Casette in Buchform), golggeprägter Original-Ganzleinen der Zeit. Mit marmorierter Schnitt-Imitation. In gutem Zustand. Es handelt sich hierbei um eine Zusammenstellung von 56 Raumbild-Fotografien verschiedener Provenienz um 1900 (4 Karten koloriert - Chromoplast-Bild). Unter anderen von Tournier, Paris und E. Linde, Berlin (Ansichten von Berliner Schloss, Notre Dame von Paris, Turm von Pisa, Forum Romanum, Pont du Gard u.a.). Ohne die Vorrichtung zum dreimensionalen Sehen bzw. die Raumbildbrille. Die Ansichten zeigen überwiegend architektonische Sehenswürdigkeiten. Die meisten Karten befinden sich in einem guten Zustand. Siehe Fotos. Versand D: 5,90 EUR

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        LE MORTE DARTHUR The Book of King Arthur and of His Noble Knights of the Round Table in Four Volumes.

      Philip Lee Warner Medici Press, 1910 - 1911.. Limited numbered edn (114 of 500). 4 vols. Tall 8vo. Original gilt lettered yapped-edge full vellum with interlaced ties, top edges gilt (a bright VG set). Pp. various, on hand-made Riccardi paper, illus with 48 tipped-in coloured plates with captioned tissue-guards (engraved armorial bookplates on front paste-downs; no inscriptions). .

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        Claremont Heights.

      No date. Ca. 1910.. Black and white plat map, 24 1/2 x 16 inches on sheet size 28 x 18 inches, text and black and white photo illustrations on verso, folding as issued and tipped inside color pictorial paper wrappers, 9 1/2 x 3 3/4 inches. A few 1/2 to 1 inch splits at fold intersections; good condition. The promotional text describes this subdivision as "a portion of two hundred acres just back of the Million Dollar Claremont Hotel, and a short distance from the business centers of Berkeley and Oakland. This district is destined to be the finest residence district of Berkeley...Hundreds of acres adjacent to this property have been laid out and sold with such restrictions as to guarantee the best class of residences." The plat map titled "Claremont Heights. Subdivision No.1. Terms: One-Fourth Cash, Balance Three Annual Payments." covers the area from the "East Boundary of Town of Berkeley as per annex of Aug. 28th 1906." There is a 4 panel panoramic view of the area, looking out to the Bay. Only Worldcat record is for David Rumsey; the map pictured there differs from this with a map of Berkeley on the verso, and no promotional text. .

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        "Shéhérazade au singe".

      1910Encre de Chine et réhauts de gouache, d'or et d'aquarelle, signée en bas à gauche et monogrammée, (1910), médaillon sphérique, diamètre de 18.5 cm. Dans un décor Art-Déco, la jeune et belle Shéhérazade, nue, sensuelle et lascive, présente à un singe, une rose quelle tient délicatement dans sa main. Cette oeuvre rappelle "Les Oraisons mauvaises" de Rémy de Gourmont illustré par Saint-Martin. Peintre et décorateur né en 1883 à Marseille où il fut professeur à l'école des Beaux-Arts ; il décora la chambre de commerce de sa ville natale. Elève de Cormon il exposa au Salon des Artistes Français et au Salon d'Automne (Bénézit, 509) Petite insolation et légères taches marginales.

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        PHOSCAO LE PLUS EXQUIS DES DEJEUNERS

      Date : 1910 Dimensions : 240x320cm Imp : J.E. Goossens, Paris, Lille Condition : entoilée A Photo prise avant l'entoilage. Magnifique affiche pour Phoscao, originale entoilée et en parfait état.

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        La Chanson des Gueux. Suivie des Dernières Chansons de mon Premier Livre.

      Paris Editions d'Art Pelletan 1910 1 in-4 demi-chagrin havane doré à coins, dos estampillé et mosaiqué. Editions intégrales décorées de 252 compositions originales de STEINLEN pour l'un et de vingt-quatre compositions pour l'autre. Paris, Editions d'Art Pelletan, imprimés sur les presses à bras de Lahure, 1910, 2 ouvrages réunis en un fort volume in-4, maroquin vert foncé, plat supérieur orné d'un dessin aux 3 couleurs au motif de l'illustration "Premier retour" page 86 figurant 3 jeunes gueux "fauves, hagards" encadré d'un filet or, dos titré à 4 nerfs, filet doré sur les coupes, gardes de maroquin vert encadrées d'un double filet, bordures de maroquin vert olive serties d'un filet doré, mosaïquée, contre-gardes de soie moirées vert olive, tranches dorées, couvertures et dos conservés, sous chemise de demi-maroquin à bandes et étui bordé de maroquin vert, (Semet et Plumelle Relieur). La Chanson des Gueux, très bel ouvrage ouvrage de Jean RICHEPIN, superbement illustré par Théophile Alexandre STEINLEN (1859-1923) est divisé en plusieurs parties : 1°/ Gueux des Champs ; 2°/ Gueux de Paris ; 3°/ Nous autres Gueux ; Epilogue : La Fin des Gueux. In-fine un glossaire argotique composé par Jean RICHEPIN. Cette édition a été établie par Edouard Pelletan avec le concours de Steinlen pour les compositions et de Ducourtioux pour la gravure. Tirage limité à 340 exemplaires numérotés. Un des 267 exemplaires sur vélin à la cuve des papeteries du Marais. "Très belle publication fort cotée, en grande faveur chez les bibliophiles. L'éditeur a abandonné la lithographie, adoptant le procédé direct repris au burin, qui traduit admirablement le talent de l'artiste" (Carteret, IV, 341 ; Monod, II, 9706 ; Crauzat, 643). Dernières Chansons de mon Premier Livre. Edition originale illustrée de 24 compositions de STEINLEN. Tirage en noir et rouge limité à 285 exemplaires numérotés. Un des 225 exemplaires sur vélin à la cuve des papeteries du Marais. "Belle publication recherchée, qui, en réalité, est le complément de La Chanson des Gueux ; toutefois l'éditeur, tout en respectant le même format et le même genre d'illustration, a légèrement modifié les tirages. Il est donc souvent possible de joindre cette plaquette à l'édition des Chansons", (Carteret, IV, 341 ; Monod, II, 9711). Les caractères ont été dessinés par Grasset. Exemplaires justifiés par l'éditeur. "Vous trouverez STEINLEN à l'entrée du chantier, à la porte de l'atelier, à la sortie de l'usine ; il est partout où le peuple se réunit, aux jours de fête, d'émeute ou de grève. D'autres se sont piqués d'isoler l'individu pour le mieux définir et STEINLEN y excelle (...) ; personne ne possède au même degré que STEINLEN le don et le pouvoir de faire courir sur une assemblée le frisson d'une angoisse commune" (Roger Marx in L'Oeuvre gravé et lithographié de Steinlen). Infimes piqures et très légères usures aux bordures de l'étui.

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        Sommerlicher Blumenstrauß in gelb-brauner Vase. Öl auf Platte, alt gerahmt.

      - Hübsches kleines Blumenstilleben, rechts unten mit *K.Degen* signiert, undatiert ( ca. um 1910 ). Bildmaß: 25 x 19 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), alt und aufwendig gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 33 x 26 cm ). Das Bild von guter, farbfrischer Erhaltung, der Rahmen gering bestoßen. ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )( Provenienz: Alter Privatbesitz ) [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Sammelband of 11 titles, mostly on Sub-Saharan Africa, including works on the Belgian Congo, Portuguese Guinea, Gaza, São Thomé and Angola, as well as on alcoholism, botany, maintenance of harbors, Vietnam, etc.

      [Various places and printers], @, 1862-1910. - 11 works in 1 volume. Large 8°, contemporary quarter sheep over marbled boards (slight wear at corners; some very minor scuffing to spine), smooth spine with gilt fillets and gilt lettering. Occasional slight foxing and light browning. In very good condition. *** The eleven titles are:HENRY, Yves. Note sur l'Hévea à la Côte Occidentale d'Afrique. Premier Congrès International d'Agronomie tropicale, Brussels, 20-23 May 1910. Louvain: F. et R. Ceuterick, 1910. 23 pp.BOUND WITH:MUELENAERE, Roberto de. La Main-d'oeuvre agricole au Congo Belge. Premier Congrès International d'Agronomie Tropical, Brussels, 20-23 May 1910. Louvain: F. et R. Ceuterick, 1910. 22 pp.AND BOUND WITH:BARAHONA, Henrique C.S. Carteira de um africanista (excerpto). Algumas palavras sobre as fortalezas da Guiné e da Africa Oriental. Extracto da Revista de Engenheria Militar. Lisbon: Typographia do Commercio, 1910. 28 pp., illustrations in text, 1 folding plate, 1 large folding plan of the Island of Moçambiquue. Author's presentation inscription on title page to A. Freire de Andrade.AND BOUND WITH:BERTHOUD, Henri. Deux problèmes hydrographiques du pays de Gaza (Afrique Australe). Extrait du Bulletin de la Société Neuchâteloise de Géographie, Tome XV (1904). [3]-31 pp. [lacking the half-title?]. 2 folding maps in color.AND BOUND WITH:KERMORGANT, Dr. [Caption title]: L'alcoolisme dans les colonies & les pays tropicaux. [Paris?]: Imprimerie Maurice Dormann, [1909]. 8 pp. AND BOUND WITH:CAPUS, G. Spécialisation des jardins botaniques dans les recherches d'agriculture tropicale. [Paris?]: Imprimerie Maurice Dormann, 1910. 28 pp.AND BOUND WITH:DOUARCHE, E. Les facteurs essentiels de l'acclimatement du bétail européen au Tonkin.Association Scientifique Internationale d'Agronomie Coloniale. [Paris?]: Imprimerie Maurice Dormann, 1910. 23 PP.AND BOUND WITH:[MAIA, Carlos Roma Machado de Faria e]. [Caption title]. Breves apontamentos d'uma rapida visita a alguns portos maritimos da Europa. [Offprint from Revista de Engenharia Militar].[3]-58 pp., illustrations in text, 3 plates (2 folding). [Lacking title or half-title?].AND BOUND WITH:BOCAGE, J.[osé] V.[icente] Barbosa du. Instrucções praticas sobre o modo de colligir, preparar e remetter productos zoologicos para o Museu de Lisboa. Lisbon: Imprensa Nacional, 1862. (2 ll.), 96 pp., some line illustrations in text.FIRST EDITION, with detailed instructions for preserving mammals, birds, reptiles, fish and insects so that they can be used in the Museum of Lisbon. In some cases the author also tells how to capture the specimen. Pages 58-66 list desiderata, including items from Cabo Verde, São Thomé, Angola, Mozambique, India, China and Timor. A list of 329 species of birds found in Portugal, with brief notes on each, occupies pp. 75-96.Barbosa du Bocage (b. 1823 in Madeira) taught zoology at the Escolha Polytechnica de Lisboa and was a member of the Academia Real das Sciencias and the London Zoological Society. He published numerous works on zoology, ornithology, herpetology and ichthyology, of which the Instrucções is the earliest.* Innocêncio V, 152; XIII, 237. NUC: DLC, PPULC.AND BOUND WITH:CADBURY, William A. Os serviçaes de S. Thomé, Relatorio d'uma visita ás ilhas de S. Thomé e Principe e a Angola, feita em 1908, para observar as condições da mão d'obra empregada nas roças de cacau da Africa Portuguesa. Translated [from the English] by Alfredo H. da Silva. Lisbon: Livraria Bertrand, and Porto: Livraria Chardron, 1910. (4 ll.), 128 pp., folding map of Angola in color.AND BOUND WITH:Ao Parlamento Portuguez, representação dos filhos de S. Thomé. Lisbon: Tip da Pap. Estevão Nunes e Filhos, 1908. xxiii, 142 pp. Ink inscription on title page dated 12/9/9.*** [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Revista La Semana. Doce (12) números de los años 1910,; 12 y 13. Montevideo

      1910; 12; 13, Montevideo 1910 - Presenta roces y fatigas en su encuadernado. Texto e interior en buen estado. We send if you require the summary of each issue. Nous envoyons si vous avez besoin le sommaire de chaque numéro examplaire. Enviamos sin cargo el sumario de cada ejemplar. For major safety in your decision of purchase, we send (free of charge) a video demonstration of the conservation status of the book. Pour une plus grande sécurité dans votre décision d'achat, nous envoyons (sur demande et gratuitement) un vidéo de démonstration de l'état de conservation du livre. Para mayor seguridad en su decisión de compra, le enviamos (a solicitud y sin cargo) un video de demostración del estado de conservación del ejemplar. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        CAMERA WORK ISSUE NUMBER XXXI

      NY: Camera Work, 1910. First edition. Eugene, Frank. 4to., 68 pp., 13 of 14 hand-pulled photogravures, (lacking plate XIII "Nude-A Study"), (14) pp. adverts. Printed wrappers, front wrapper detached and lacking a section at the top and bottom of the foredge, with a few leaves dusty. The original photogravures are in excellent condition. The photogravures are from original negatives by Frank Eugene, among them are: H.R.H. Rupprecht, Prince of Bavaria, Prof. Adolf Hengeler, Prof. Franz v. Stuck, Willi Geiger, Nude - A Child, Hortensia.

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        Some effects of a harmful organic soil constituent

      Govt. print. off. 1910 - Mild soiling. Text clean and unmarked. MOderate rubbing. 1/1/1910

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        Oeuvres de J. Barbey d'Aurevilly. 7 volumes.

      Le Chevalier des Touches. Ce qui ne meurt pas (2 tomes). L'Ensorcelée. Un Prêtre marié (2 tomes). L'Amour impossible. Paris, Alphonse Lemerre - non daté (vers 1910).Reliure demi chagrin noir à coins. Dos à nerfs orné et doré. Tête dorée sur témoins, non rogné. Double filet doré bordant les plats. Dos de 2 livres légèrement insolés. Pas de rousseur. Très bon état. Format in-12°(16x10).

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        The Book of Betty Barber.

      London: Duckworth and Co.,, [1910]. Octavo. Original brown cloth, titles to spine and front cover in black, colour plate inlay to front cover, top edge gilt. With the dust jacket. Housed in the publisher's original pictorial box. Colour frontispiece and 5 colour plates, black and white illustrations in the text, by Rackham. Just a hint of rubbing to extremities, some very mild spotting to the dust jacket, endpapers tanned. An excellent copy. First American edition in book form of this story originally published in the Little Folks magazine in 1900.

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        Family photograph album

      n.p., n.d. 1910 - The 14 photographs in this album were undoubtedly produced by a professional photographer, using a large format camera. The pictures are well composed, sharply focused, and unusual in their scale. They picture a family in leisure-time activities such as hunting, gathering leaves, and observing caged rabbits. Especially noteworthy is their time at a lake cabin, and visiting Twin Cities sites. The cabin is a fine Victorian piece of gingerbread, with a wrap-around porch ideal for napping and reading. The wife/mother is seen holding a copy of the periodical American Motherhood, which was published 1903-1919, making it possible to date these images around 1910. The family includes twin boys, one of whom is seen, in the same picture, reading a copy of the children's magazine Buster Brown. What appears to be a stuffed squirrel appears in three of the images. The album contains 14 beautifully toned photographs, including one in which the oldest child asists a workman possibly making maple syrup. Seven loose prints accompany the album (one duplicate). Among these are three pictures made at Fort Snelling and Minnehaha Falls, suggesting that the family either lived in the Twin Cities, or visited there. While the identity of the photographer is unknown, there is a clue to the heritage of the subjects. Laid into the album is a newspaper clipping about one Marvin Hughitt (1837-1928), upon his retirement from the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad in 1925. It is possible that the family in these photographs were descendants of Mr. Hughitt, with the mother or father a likely grandchild. This is an unusually nice album of family photographs. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        FROM CONSTABLE TO COMMISSIONER The Story of Sixty Years Most of Them Misspent.

      Chatto & Windus 1910 - Hardback. A book of Reminiscences by one of the senior police officers (City of London Police) involved in the unsolved Jack the Ripper murders which took place in Whitechapel, 1888. He was one of the few who was given a favourable press at the time. Chapter XVI is entitled 'Of the Ripper and His Deeds - And of the Criminal Investigator, Sir Robert Anderson'. An important Ripper associated book, and one of the rarest. One Portrait Frontis. with printed signature and tissue-guard. 237pp. lge. 8vo. h/back. Original red cloth with bright gilt fr. cover and sp. titles. Teg, uncut edges, v.v. lightly browned eps, one corner sl. crumpled (see image). Overall a lovely Nr. F. copy of an extremely scarce police memoir. A fairly heavy book which will require additional postage if shipped overseas. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Early 20th century Manuscript Cookbook

      , 1910. 1910. Softcover. Very Good Condition. Cloth backed marbled boards, undated ca. 1900-1910. 72 pages of recipes in one or two neat hands with stickers here and there; a few colors of ink and a short section in pencil. Wear to binding, very clean internally.An unusually fine upper middle class cookery mostly consisting of desserts and sweets: pan de plata, chongos zamoranos, pastel Maria Antonieta, vol-au-vents, corona Maria Luisa, almendras garrapiñadas, jamoncillo de piñon, pastel calabaza, panques de cacahuate. Size: 8vo. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Cooking, Wine & Dining; Inventory No: CAT000407.

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        SLANT BOOK

      - NEWELL,PETER. THE SLANT BOOK. NY: Harper and Brothers (November 1910). 8vo, cloth backed pictorial boards. Tips rubbed else an unusually clean and tight VG++ copy. First edition. This is another of Peter Newell's popular trick books (companion to Hole and Rocket books). The shape of the book itself plus the text and illustrations are all slanted. The story tells the tale of a baby in a runaway carriage who has all sorts of adventures as his vehicle slides into trouble in his slanted world. Wonderful full page illustrations throughout. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Dessins sur les danses d'Isadora Duncan. Précédés de La Danseuse de Diane, glose de Fernand Divoire.

      Paris, A la Belle Edition, sans date [vers 1910].In-4 broché de [56]p., couverture illustrée, titre au dos. Premier feuillet légèrement bruni. Illustré de 7 vignettes in-texte et de 20 dessins hors texte de Dunoyer de Segonzac, dont un à double page. Exemplaire non numéroté sur pur chiffon, après 15 Japon et 17 Hollande, de l'édition originale. Avec un envoi autographe signé de Dunoyer de Segonzac couvrant le premier feuillet, adressé à Albert Jeanmonod.

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        MAISON DU ROBINSON OMBRELLES, PARAPLUIES, CANNES

      Anonyme Date : 1910 Dimensions : 120x160cm LITHOGRAPHIE Vve L. DELAROCHE, LYON Condition : entoilée A Affiche originale entoilée en parfait état.

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        Howards End

      London Edward Arnold 1910 - First Edition Second Issue with 8 pages of advertisements to rear.Ownership name to inside front cover,slight foxing,covers bumped and rubbed.A Good only copy [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        CAMERA WORK. ISSUE NUMBER XXXI

      NY: Camera Work, 1910. First edition. Eugene, Frank. 4to., 68 pp., 13 of 14 hand-pulled photogravures, (lacking plate XIII "Nude-A Study"), (14) pp. adverts. Printed wrappers, front wrapper detached and lacking a section at the top and bottom of the foredge, with a few leaves dusty. The original photogravures are in excellent condition. The photogravures are from original negatives by Frank Eugene, among them are: H.R.H. Rupprecht, Prince of Bavaria, Prof. Adolf Hengeler, Prof. Franz v. Stuck, Willi Geiger, Nude - A Child, Hortensia.

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        Inscribed and signed photograph

      , 1910. 1910. Inscribed "To Carlo Wedekind inventor gas turbine. Thomas A Edison, Orange, July 10, 1910." 5 in. x 3-1/2 in. Silver print, mounted on card. A group photo in the door of Edison's laboratory, (now the Edison Museum). Very good condition, matted and framed. Carlo Wedekind patented a gas turbine in 1906.

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        History of Wichita and Sedgwick County Kansas Past and Present Including an Account of the Cities, Towns and Villages of the County (Two Volumes)

      Chicago: C. F. Cooper & Co., 1910 454 & 455-933 pages. Textured leather over spines and corners, with gilt stamped lettering and slightly raised spine bands. Covers are rubbed and there is scattered light wear, mostly along edges. Both volume remain tight and are internally in very nice condition. . First Edition. Half Leather - Hardbound. Good+/No Jacket. 4to.

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        The Sleeping Beauty and Other Fairy Tales. From the Old French

      Hodder & Stoughton London 1910 - First Edition, one of 1,000 copies SIGNED by Dulac. The book is bound in the ORIGINA publisher's full reddish-brown levant morocco, boards and spine elaborately stamped in gilt with the thirty tipped-in color plates present. The binding is tight, with light wear to the boards and minor repair. The pages are clean with some discoloration to the endpapers. There is NO marks or bookplates in the book. A lovely copy SIGNED by Edmund Dulac on the limitation page. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Early 20th century Manuscript Cookbook

      1910. Softcover. Very Good Condition. Cloth backed marbled boards, undated ca. 1900-1910. 72 pages of recipes in one or two neat hands with stickers here and there; a few colors of ink and a short section in pencil. Wear to binding, very clean internally. An unusually fine upper middle class cookery mostly consisting of desserts and sweets: pan de plata, chongos zamoranos, pastel Maria Antonieta, vol-au-vents, corona Maria Luisa, almendras garrapiñadas, jamoncillo de piñon, pastel calabaza, panques de cacahuate. Size: 8vo. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Cooking, Wine & Dining; Inventory No: CAT000407.

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        Das Moderne Dekor in der Conditorei. Ein erstklassiges reichhaltiges Vorlagewerk von Motiven in Façontorten etc. für alle festlichen Gelegenheiten. Herausgegeben von Carl Gruber, Conditormeister. Inhaber der Fach- und Dekorschule für Conditoren und Pâtissiers.

      Frankfurt a M Selbstverlag 1910 - Quer-Folio. 88 S., mit 38 Dekorvorlagen und erläuterndem Text. Zeichnungen und Text sind Originale des Verfassers. OLwd. (Mit leichten Gebrauchsspuren). Innen schönes sauberes Ex. ERSTAUSGABE: Rarität, nicht bei Weiss, Dittmar, Walterspiel, Horn, Bitting oder in den katalogisierten Sammlungen. Der Autor war berühmter Konditoreimeister in Frankfurt und betrieb auch eine Fach- und Dekorschule für Conditoren und Pâtissiers. Das seltenste Buch von C. Gruber. Deutsch; 1,001 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        RARE 1910-1917 POLICE M.S. Crime Record Book

      This is a fantastic piece of West Midlands Social History, being the Original "Criminal Occurrence Book" kept by Oldbury Police Station containing a handwritten record of all the Crimes centred on the area of Oldbury, the names and addresses of the offenders are all recorded with details of their crimes committed, many of the criminals originating from the surrounding area including Round's Green, Warley, Langley, Dudley, West Bromwich, Birmingham, Langley Green, and as far away as Sheffield, as well as detailed records of the offences, also includes accounts of the following police investigations and records of the sentencing, kept between the years 1910 to 1917, in a large format leather bound ledger, all the handwriting throughout the book in several hands is very neat and legible, recording crimes such as Murder, Larceny, Wounding, Theft of Coal from Canal barges, the Stealing of tools, Attempted Suicides, Habitual Drunkenness, Embezzlement, Rioting, False Pretences, indecent assault, Attempted Murder, theft of Wood, Iron, Food, Clothing, Shopbreaking, theft of a Birdcage, Housebreaking, incest, Rape, Grievous Bodily Harm, theft by Servants, Fraud by Agents, Unlawful Wounding, Manslaughter, Burglary, Wilful Murder of an Infant, Arson, Counting House Breaking, stealing vegetables, theft of a shilling piece, and much more, the book is fully indexed at the front, each case is numbered and easy to find, the book runs to just short of three hundred used pages, binding rubbed and worn but in good solid condition, contents in good condition. A unique and wonderful manuscript record of crime in the Oldbury area from 1910 up to the opening couple of years of The First World War

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        CARTULAIRE DU PRIEURE DE SAINT-FLOUR. Préface de A. Bruel.

      1910Imprimerie de Monaco, 1910. Grand et fort volume in-quarto (242 X 292) relié demi toile bleue, armes de la Maison Grimaldi imprimées sur le premier plat ; (1) f. blanc, CCCXXXVI [336] pages (dont faux-titre et titre), 575 pages, (1) f. d'index général, (2) ff. blancs. Coupe latérale du premier plat frottée avec petits manques. EDITION ORIGINALE de ce RARE CARTULAIRE imprimé sur beau papier vergé à la forme. L'importante préface de Marcellin Boudet (pages IX à CCCXXXVI) contient dans sa seconde partie une "Histoire du prieuré de Saint-Flour" (pages CLXVII à CCCXXXII). PLAISANT EXEMPLAIRE, au corps d'ouvrage en PARFAIT ETAT. NICE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST.

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        Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse, The

      London: Frederick Warne and Co., 1910. - First Edition of "Mrs. Tittlemouse"POTTER, Beatrix. The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse. London: Frederick Warne and Co., 1910.First edition. Twelvemo (5 7/16 x 4 1/8 inches; 139 x 105 mm.). 84, [1], [1, blank] pp. Color frontispiece and twenty-six color plates (included in pagination). Black and white vignette on title-page.Original blue boards ruled and lettered in white on front cover and lettered in white on spine. Color pictorial label on front cover within a hexagonal blind panel with a border in blind. Color pictorial endpapers (Quinby Plate X). Minimal Some light rubbing to lower joint, spine extremities and corners. An excellent copy.Linder, p. 429. Quinby 18. V & A 1619. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Anarchism and Other Essays

      New York: Mother Earth Publishing Association, 1910. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. Signed. First edition, first printing. Signed by Emma Goldman, warmly inscribed in the year of publication to "Lillian Brown / my friend so near and yet so far / Emma Goldman / New York Dec 20 1910." Lillian Brown was present with Goldman and a small group of anarchists as they founded the Political Prisoner's Amnesty League by candlelight, as noted by Goldman in her autobiography, Living My Life. A Good copy, with insect wear to cloth and light fraying to spine ends and the front joint. Hinge at frontis over-opened. A great association between America's most famous anarchist and a fellow traveler, on Goldman's definitive statement of her beliefs.

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        "Deux études pour un vendangeur : l'un nu, l'autre vêtu".

      1910Gouache, crayon et encre de Chine sur papier teinté, signée sur le dessin du "vendangeur nu" en bas à droite et dédicacé «à l'ami Felix bien affectueusement. O.Guillonnet». (1900). 38,5 x 24,4 cm. et 38,5 x 24,4 cm. Ces deux dessins représentent une étude pour un vendangeur. D'un côté un homme nu, de l'autre un homme habillé. Dans les deux cas, c'est un travailleur, une hotte à vendanger en osier sur le dos, un panier entre les mains. Octave Guillonnet montre son talent de décorateur et sa grande maîtrise à mettre son personnage en mouvement. Octave-Denis-Victor GUILLONNET (Paris 1872 - Montgeron 1967) est un peintre et illustrateur français, exposé par le célèbre galeriste Georges PETIT, recherché pour ses paysages champêtres. Octave Guillonnet est l'élève d'Henri ROYER (1869-1938) et Fernand CORMON (1845-1924) à l'Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Paris. Artiste aux multiples talents, il obtient sa première médaille au Salon de Paris à l'âge de 15 ans.Durant sa carrière, il est décoré de la légion d'honneur et reçoit la bourse nationale des voyageurs pour effectuer un voyage d'étude d'un an en Algérie. Membre du jury de l'École des Beaux-arts, ses

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        SOCIALISM AND SUPERIOR BRAINS. A REPLY TO MR. MALLOCK

      A. C. Fifield, London 1910 - Fabian Socialists Series No. 8. Original cloth-backed boards, 59 pages. Laurence A102b. Frontispiece photograph of Shaw taken by the subject. The First Edition of 1909, Fabian Tract No. 146, consisted of only 24 pages in wraps and did not have the photograph. Bookplate of Montgomery Evans II on the front pastedown. This copy in the very scarce dustwrapper which has a small chip at the base of the spine and mild edgewear. Fine in a Near Fine and scarce dustwrapper [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Recherches sur l'okapi et les girafes de l'est Africain.

      Paris, Masson, 1910-1911. Two parts in one. Large 8vo (23.8 x 15.3 cm). Title page, hand-coloured frontispiece, 279 [93; 186] pp., 78 [27; 51] groups of text figures, 11 [5; 6] double-sized plates, of which one partly coloured. Contemporary half calf over marbled boards. Spine with five raised bands and gilt title. Original printed wrappers bound in.= A rare, complete set of these important contributions to the knowledge of the okapi and giraffes, including a finely coloured plate of the okapi (frontispiece), and a double-sized plate of two species of giraffe, one of which is the Giraffa camelopardis rothschildi, described by Lydekker. This work contains excellent illustations of skeleton parts, teeth, etc., etc. It was published in two parts in the "Annales des Sciences Naturelles, Zoologie", but these are the offprints, with their separately printed wrappers. The frontispiece is plate one of the first part, so the total number of plates is 12. Maurice Edmond Karl de Rothschild (1881-1957) "was an art collector, vineyard owner, financier, Senator of France, and one of the most financially successful members of the prominent Rothschild banking family of France" (Wikipedia). In 1904-1906 he organized a scientific expedition to Ethiopia and central Africa). The naturalist Henri Neuville (1872-1946) was director at the Laboratoire de zoologie comparative de l'Ecole pratique des hautes études in Paris. Handwritten, signed dedication by Neuville on the half title of the first part and pictorial (mammalogical) bookplate of the Dutch biologist Arie Scheygrond (1905-1996) on the blank front free endpaper verso. A very good copy. Despite the fine illustrations not in Nissen.

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        THE TALE OF MRS. TITTLEMOUSE

      F. Warne & Co 1910 - First edition. 12mo. Blue paper covered boards with green lettering. Pictorial onlay of Mrs Tittlemouse. A very good copy indeed, neat contemporary ownership inscription to front endpaper. Pictorial endpapers and twenty seven colour plates by the author. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Sleeping Beauty and Other Fairy Tales from the Old French.

      New York and London: Hodder and Stoughton,, [1910]. Retold by Sir Arthur Quiller Couch. Illustrated by Edmund Dulac. Quarto. Original red morocco-grain cloth, titles and cherub decorations in compartments to spine gilt, elaborate foliate decoration to front board in gilt and rear board in blind, cherub cornerpieces. Colour frontispiece and 29 plates by Dulac, tissue-guarded and mounted within decorative borders. Binding just a little shaken, touch of rubbing to extremities, offsetting to free endpapers, small area of discoloured at page 47. A very good copy. First Dulac trade edition, first impression. The other stories included here are Blue Beard, Cinderella, and Beauty and the Beast.

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        Katharinenkirche in Hamburg mit Frachtkahn des antifaschistischen Widerständlers Wilhelm Zirpel aus Michelsdorf. Farblithographie.

       Um 1910. Unten rechts im Druck mit dem Monogramm \"GW\"der Druckerei Georg Westermann, der Jahreszahl \"191(...)\" und dem Namenszug des Künstlers \"Johannes (...)\". 100 x 70 cm., unbekannter Einband Die großformatige Lithographie zeigt die Katharinen Kirche im Abendlicht. Im Vordergrund über die gesamte Darstellungsbreite ein Frachtkahn des brandenburgischen Binnenschiffers \"Wilh. Zirpel Michelsdorf\", der auf ein Einzelschicksal aus der Zeit des Nationalsozialistischen Widerstandes aufmerksam macht. - Über den Binnenschiffer Wilhelm Zirpel erfahren wir aus dem Werk Jahrestage von Uwe Johnson, S. 946, Zeile 3-7 \"Am 27. September 1939 wurde in Malchin der mit seinem Frachtkahn im Hafen liegende Binnenschiffer Wilhelm Zirpel aus Michelsdorf im Kreis Belzig verhaftet und am 11. Dezember 1939 zu 5 Jahren Zuchthaus verurteilt. Nach Ablauf dieser Haftzeit in Dreibergen-Bützow wurde er am 26. Januar 1945 in das KZ Sachsenhausen verschleppt. Die hohe Zuchthausstrafe verhängte man über ihn, weil er den Moskauer Rundfunk abgehört und sich in Malchin gegen den Krieg ausgesprochen hatte. - Der Maler, Lithograph und Holzschneider Johannes Mohr studierte an der Kunstgewerbe Schule in Hamburg bei J. Wohlers und A. Illies. - Farbfrisch erhaltene Lithographie mit wenigen kleinen Stockflecken. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Antifaschistischer Widerstand, Wilhelm Zirpel Michelsdorf, Brandenburg, Uwe Johnson, Jahrestage, Hamburg, Binnenschiffahrt, St. Katharinen, Druckerei Georg Westermann,

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        ARCHIVE OF FIVE (5) PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS WITH 438 VERNACULAR PHOTOS BY PERCY WILLIAM MAY: SIAM, MALAYSIA, INDONESIA & SINGAPORE, 1910-1921

      1910. Original photograph albums. The five cloth photograph albums measure approx. 9 ¾" x 11 ¼", and each contains ten leaves of heavy stock, with four spaces for photos on both sides. The photographs measure approx. 3" x 4" and are mounted neatly behind the window mounts. Pasted to the inside front cover of each album is a detailed typed/mimeographed description of each photo, most noting the date when taken. These descriptions were prepared by Mr. May's wife, Emma Amelia (nee Burgess), who also added her manuscript additions to most sheets, written in a tiny hand. The edges of several of the album covers show mottling, but the photographs are in very good to fine condition, apart from some mild age-toning on some of them. May represented the photographic-paper trade for a British company in Siam. His regular business circuit from 1910-1921 includes time in Siam, Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore, with most of these photographs taken in Bangkok, Batavia, Penang, Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur and Medan, plus additional views made at less well-known locations, e.g. Soerbaia, Semarang, Garoet, etc. The photos of Siam in particular illustrate an important period in that country's history. They begin during the final days of the rule of the modernizing, Western-educated (by Anna Leonowens) King Chulalongkorn and continue into the rule of his son Rama VI. Although in 1917 Siam declared war on Germany and Austro-Hungary and played a token role in WWI-enough to earn a place at the Versailles Peace Conference--this continued to be a time of modernization and relative prosperity in the country. The photographs, for example, depict the "new railway" from Bangkok to Penang as well as the new railway station (Album 4) and the bustling Wat Poh Fair which took place in Bangkok April 3-7, 1919 (which occupies 43 photos in Album 4). Other noteworthy events include the elaborate cremation of King Chulalongkorn (March 16-19, 1911) and a few shots of Bangkok's first aviation show (both in Album 1).~~ In addition to the striking vistas of beaches, jungles, waterways, and natural wonders including volcanoes, the albums also contain many scenes of street- and canal-life as well as views of prominent buildings of the day (e.g., temples in various countries, the Mosque at Medan-Deli in Sumatra, Bangkok's Old Russian Legation building and its tennis courts, the "mess hall" at Hong Kong Bank Lane, etc. There are also many interior and exterior shots of the hotels in the countries where Percy & Emma regularly stayed, including the Raffles Hotel (Penang), Oriental Hotel (Bangkok), Empire Hotel (Kuala Lumpur), Grand Hotel (Ipoh), the Grand Hotel at Djocjakarta, and the Hotel der Nederlanden (Batavia). A number of shots include other Europeans as well as the Mays, most of them apparently fellow-employees. The final album has scenes on the ocean-voyage home (Colombo, the Suez Canal, etc.), and scenes "back home" in England, including London and views in rural Devon. ~~ Album #1: 10 leaves (20 pages) 80 photographs + small envelope containing 8 more, labeled on verso. September, 1910-November, 1911. Includes stays in Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur, Port Swettenham-now Port Klang--, Ipoh, Penang), Sept-Oct. 1910 and July-August, 1911; Siam (Bangkok), October 1910-June, 1911; Singapore, June 1911; and Indonesia (Medan in Sumatra, Batavia in Java), August-Sept., 1911; also a few in envelope, taken near Bangkok, Nov.-Dec., 1911. The most noteworthy events recorded in this album are the cremation of King Chulalongkorn of Siam at "Premaine Ground" in Bangkok (March 16-19, 1911), including 5 crowd scenes and 6 shots "taken after the Cremation and before start of demolition of building erected for the Cremation"; a celebration in Singapore of the Coronation of King George V of England (June, 1911); the celebration of Queen Wilhelmina (of the Netherlands)'s birthday (Aug., 1911) in Medan, Sumatra; and 2 photos of "Bangkok's first aviation show" at the Sports Club in Bangkok (Jan., 1911), featuring a "Farman Biplane". There are also several candids of the photographer's friends and fellow-employees, photographed "at the mess" at Hong Kong Bank Lane, Bangkok, including "Mr. and Mrs. King, Lonsdale, Davy, Hertzka, Pagden and self". Also here are several Bangkok street scenes of buildings and canals with boatmen, taken "outside" the same "mess" hall. In addition to views taken from shipboard and jungle scenes, there are interior and exterior photos of hotels where the Mays stayed, including the Raffles Hotel (Penang), Empire Hotel (Kuala Lumpur), Grand Hotel (Ipoh), Hotel Beau Sejour in Lembang; the Hotel Villa Dolce and its grounds in Garoet, Hotel Beau Sejour in Lembang, the Oranje Hotel at Soerbaia, and the Hotel der Nederlanden (Batavia). ~~ Album #2: 74 photographs, Spring 1914 to early 1915. Includes stays in Siam (Bangkok), spring 1914 and "end 1914-early 1915"; Malaysia (Penang, May-June, 1914, and Kuala Lumpur and Ipoh, Sept. 1914); Indonesia (Batavia, Buitenzorg, Soekaboemi, Soerkarta, Boroboedoer, and Tosari with Tengger Village (June-July, 1914); and Singapore (Oct. 1914). Included are views of: Penang's St. George Church, Ayer Etam Temple, Post Office, Council Chamber, and Javasche Bank; the Chenderiang Falls in Kuala Lumpur, including shots with a group of European men and women; Batavia's Hotel des Indes and Dutch Protestant Church; Botanical Garden scenes at Buitenzorg, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore; views of Javanese towns with rice field, temple, mountains, buildings, horse-drawn carriage, volcanoes including Bromo, Monegal Pass, etc., many shots including one or two European women in white hats and men in topees; and 2 views of Ipoh's "white 'marble' roads" complete with auto, and one of the Grand Hotel there. Bangkok photographs include several taken at the Old Russian Legation, including the tennis courts and other buildings, the canals and local boatmen, and various European men and women posed in Bangkok. ~~ Album #3: 79 photographs, August-September 1916. Opens with 6 photos of Bangkok's Wat Chen Temple; then all but one of the remaining photos depict scenes in Indonesia, most taken in various parts of Java. These include 6 photos of the Hotel der Nederlanden in Batavia; the Hotel Beau Sejour in Lembang; the Hotel Villa Dolce and its grounds in Garoet; plus 8 views of the volcano Papandajan and 12 more of Lake Bagendet and the "new South coast road" near that town; 3 views of Soekaboemi; shots at Djocjakarta including the Grand Hotel, three street scenes with horse-drawn carriages and eight shots of the "water castle"; three scenes including a smoking volcano at Soerakarta and the Oranje Hotel at Soerbaia; views, including European woman on horseback, at Tosari, with two shots of a visit to the nearby village of Ngadiwono; then several street/building scenes in Semarang, as well as views taken on the town's outskirts, and jungle and water views in Cheribor. The last pages include 6 shots of the Mosque at Medan-Deli, Sumatra. The final photo from 1917 is a scene "at the foot of the Taipeng Hills, Perak (Malaysia). ~~ Album #4. 79 photographs, December,1918 to August, 1919. The majority of photographs in this album were taken in Bangkok, including a picture of the British Red Cross Fair at Saranom Gardens (December 1918). There are fully 43 photos of the Wat Poh Fair, April 3-7, 1919. Resembling a street fair, the pictures show booths and tents, many Siamese customers and passersby of both sexes, children, and even a few soldiers. There are also several views of Bangkok temples or wats, a klong with an inhabited houseboat, and interior and exterior views of the Oriental Hotel. By May, the photographer and his wife are on the move, and there are several views taken during their journey "over the new railway Bangkok-Penang", including a shot of the new railway station and several views of Ipoh's "marble cliffs" and the city's Railway Hotel. The album ends with views of Lembang, Java, and the nearby volcano Tangkoeban Prahoe, as well as several interior and exterior shots of the Hotel der Nederlanden in Batavia (Sept. 1919). ~~ Album #5. 74 photos in toto. August, 1920-July, 1921. This album opens with the arrival in Bangkok of "H.M.S. Phra Ruang (scout cruiser)" in August, 1920. The remaining Bangkok views are interiors of the Oriental Hotel, with several of parrots and parakeets perched on hotel furniture. From January, 1921 through March, the photographs record the journey via Southern railway to Penang, including views of flooded areas passed on the train, the Tung Song Rest House, and views of Medan and Penang, mostly taken from shipboard "on way through, homeward bound." Next come scenes taken on the April, 1921, ocean voyage to England, including views of Colombo (beaches, street scene, ships at sea), Suez (including several during passage through the Suez Canal) and a street scene at Port Said, the Straits of Messina, a street scene at Marseilles, and the Rock of Gibraltar viewed from the ship. The Percy & Emma arrive in London on April 28, 1921, and we see views (April-June) of the Kenilworth Hotel, the "S.B. Ltd. H. offices" and Ludgate Circus. The album concludes with outdoor views "round Lynton and Lynmouth," two villages on the north coast of Devon, now within Exmoor National Park, and Clovelly, a scenic village also in Devon.

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