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        Days of my Years

      London - Edward Arnold 1914 - A scarce copy of Days of my Years, a memoir by Sir Melville L. Macnaghten, illustrated with a photogravure portrait of Macnaghten to frontispiece. He is known for a major report in 1894 on the Jack the Ripper case, naming three possible Jack the Ripper suspects. First edition. With a preface by the author to front. Sir Melville Leslie Macnaghten CB KPM (1853 - 1921) was Assistant Commissioner (Crime) of the London Metropolitan Police from 1903 to 1913. Condition: In a halfcalf binding with cloth covered boards. Externally, in excellent condition but with minor wear to extremities, slight fading to spine and the odd mark. Internally, firmly bound. Bright and generally clean but with occasional scattered spotting, in particular ot endpapers and odd handling marks. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA]
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        A group of three offprints by PAVLOV on physiology and neurology

      Book. Very Good. Soft cover. 1st Edition. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 1. Die besondere Labilität der inneren Hemmung bedingter Reflexe. Offprint from: Berliner klinische Wochenschrift, No. 11, 1914, 8vo. 4 pp. Original printed wrappers, browned and with minor edge chipping. ---- 2. Die Erforschung der Höheren Nerventätigkeit. Groningen: J. B. Wolders, n.d. 4to. 18 pp. Original printed wrappers, somewhat soiled, fold at center. ---- 3. The Croonian Lecture: Certain problems in the physiology of the cerebral hemispheres. Offprint, the Royal Society, London, [1928], 3 pp. Folded leaf as issued, margins soiled. <br><br> FIRST EDITIONS of 3 rare offprints. "Pavlov contributed to many areas of physiology and neurological sciences. Most of his work involved research in temperament, conditioning and involuntary reflex actions. Pavlov performed and directed experiments on digestion, eventually publishing The Work of the Digestive Glands in 1897, after 12 years of research. His experiments earned him the 1904 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine. These experiments included surgically extracting portions of the digestive system from animals, severing nerve bundles to determine the effects, and implanting fistulas between digestive organs and an external pouch to examine the organ&#39;s contents. This research served as a base for broad research on the digestive system ... The concept for which Pavlov is famous is the "conditioned reflex" ... As Pavlov&#39;s work became known in the West, particularly through the writings of John B. Watson, the idea of "conditioning" as an automatic form of learning became a key concept in the developing specialism of comparative psychology, and the general approach to psychology that underlay it, behaviorism. Pavlov&#39;s work with classical conditioning was of huge influence to how humans perceive themselves, their behavior and learning processes and his studies of classical conditioning continue to be central to modern behavior therapy." [Wikipedia].

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      Hammersmith: Doves Press, 1914. Limited Edition, one of 200 copies on paper. Vellum Binding. Small Quarto. Bound as issued in limp vellum with titled stamped in gold on the spine; binding is stamp signed on the back turnin--The Doves Bindery; bookseller&#39;s ticket on the back pastedown; uneven toning to the vellum; previous owner bookplate on the front pastedown; this copy is inscribed by Cobden-Sanderson on behalf of the Doves Press to noted Shakespearian and literary scholar A.C. Bradley. A nice association as it appears Bradley may have advised Cobden-Sanderson as there are correspondences between the two related to this volume housed at the Washington University Library. Additional images available upon request. Tidcombe DP35; Ransom 43;Tomkinson 43. Inscribed by Cobden-Sanderson to A. C. Bradley

      [Bookseller: Michael Pyron, Bookseller]
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        Japonica. Bilder af japanska foremal och upplysningar darom.

      - Stockholm, 1914, 30 x 24 cm., hol. piel puntas, corte superior dorado, lámina en color + IX + 502 págs. + 92 láminas, 11 de ellas en colores. (1ª edición de 200 ejemplares numerados de esta descripción de 285 piezas diferentes de arte japonés, pinturas, floreros, bronces, etc., con descripciones detalladas de cada objeto y su relación con la cultura y costumbres japonesas. Gran parte de esta colección fueron presentados en la exposición japonesa de Estocolmo de 1911). [First edition which was limited to 200 copies, of which this is nr. 167. This is a description of a collection of 285 different Japanese pieces of art such as; vases, tsuba, paintings, fukusa, kakemono, etc. Includes detailed descriptions of each item and its connection with Japanese culture and customs in general. The collection was brought back to Sweden by Didrik Bildt who visited Japan in 1902. Many of the items were presented at the Japanese exhibition in Stockholm in 1911] ORIENTE

      [Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Antonio Mateos]
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        The Poems and Prose Sketches of James Whitcomb Riley (Homestead Limited Edition - Complete in 16 volumes)

      New York: Charles Scribner&#39;s Sons, 1914. Limited Edition . Hardcover. Very Good+/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall. C. M. Relyea, et al.. This edition, number 116 of 204 produced, is printed on Japan paper. These books are clean, tight, square with sharp corners and unmarked. they have minimal rubbing with white vellum (Beginning to darken) on the spines and corners. the boards are covered in patterned, brown (wood like) paper(?). The spines have four raised bands and a yellowing paste down with titles in one of the panels. Several of the title paste downs are rubbed at the edges and they are off volumes III, VII, and XI. The dates on the titles pages range from 1897 on volume I to 1914 on volume XVI, but presumably the set was published in 1914.

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        Tactique des Torpilleurs d&#39;Escadre

      [Paris: État-Major Général [de la Marine Nationale],, 1914. Quarto (272 × 203 mm). Contemporary purple skiver-backed marbled boards, marbled endpapers. 11 plates, numerous illustrative diagrams mounted in the text, tables. Chapters tagged with artificial vellum index tags. Spine discoloured and a little chipped, boards slightly rubbed, contents lightly toned but very good. First edition, designated Confidential and subsequently reclassified as Secret in manuscript, no other copy traced. A detailed handbook of French destroyer tactics which had currency throughout the First World War, corrections of January 1917 and March 1922 noted at the "Fiche des Corrections", and added to the text in red ink. That this was a practical manual rather than a classroom text is indicated by the instructions, not followed in this case, that it should be bound in a double cover of sail cloth with a pocket to each cover to take a lead plate "afin d&#39;assurer la submersion du livre" in the case of shipwreck or "accident." A remarkable document.

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        East of the Sun and West of the Moon. Old Tales from the North. Illustrated by Kay Nielsen

      [London]: Hodder & Stoughton, [1914]. 4to, 206pp., with tipped-in color frontis., 24 tipped-in color plates., and line drawings throughout by Nielsen, all color plates with captioned tissue guards. Full crushed blue morocco extra, moir&#142; silk endpapers, gilt edges, with the original pictorial end-papers printed in black and gold and the original dark blue cloth cover and backstrip stamped in gilt bound in. Slipcase. First edition of Kay NielsenÕs most famous and collected book, in a luxurious binding by Morell for SotheranÕs c. 1960. The stories are reprinted from Popular Tales from the Norse (1859), a translation by Sir George Webbe Dasent (1817-1896) of Asbj&#154;rnsen and MoeÕs Norske Folkeeventyr (1842). Danish artist Kay Nielsen (1886-1957) was the son of the director of the Royal Danish Theater and after art school he was quickly recruited as a book illustrator; his second book East of the Sun and West of the Moon (1914) is one of the best known illustrated books of the century. He then turned to stage design for the Danish State Theater and only illustrated three more books (including this one) before moving to Hollywood where he designed sets for movies and acted in small walk-on parts. He died in California in 1957.&

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      - Seven Seas Edition, limited and numbered. Tall thick 8vo, handsomely rebound in tan morocco with a red leather label, with Kipling's name in gilt on the front cover. N.Y., Doubleday, 1914. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Art and Archaeology. vols. 1 no. 1 through 35 no. 3 (1914-1934)

      Washington: Archaeological Institute of America, 1914-1934. volumes 1#1 thru 35#3, ALL PUBLISHED; quartos, uniformly bound, library markings, well illustrated, the price is for the LOT:. Photos available upon request.

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        The Second Jungle Book

      New York: Doubleday, 1914. Limited. hardcover. fine. Tall 8vo, handsomely rebound in full tan leather with a red leather label and Kipling&#39;s name in gilt on the front cover. New York: Doubleday, 1914. A fine copy. The South Seas Edition, limited and numbered

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        THE ADVENTURES OF KATHLYN (Signed By Cast & Crew)

      Indianapolis: Bobbs, Merrill, 1914. MacGrath, Harold. THE ADVENTURES OF KATHLYN. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, (1914). First Edition, preceding all others, and one of the most important photoplay editions ever produced in terms of historical significance: The Kathlyn Williams Deluxe Edition, limited to 100 copies of which this is #55. It has been signed by the entire creative team for the 1913 film (serial drama) which invented the "Cliffhanger," a plot device which remains one of the most important structural innovations in the history of cinematic story-telling. Signed by Harold MacGrath (author). William Nicholas aka W. N. Selig (Producer) and Francis J. Grandon (director). Also signed by Kathlyn Williams (the star) and co-stars Charles Clary, Thomas Santschi, and Gilson Willets. Virtually a who&#39;s who of silent cinema. Before producer Grandin&#39;s death in 1929, he had directed 111 films. MacGrath was a prolific novelist and was the first author to conceive of the notion of releasing a book in tandem with a film. W. N. Selig&#39;s Polyscope Company produced over one THOUSAND films and was honored with his Hollywood Walk of Fame star as one of the most important pioneers of cinema. Kathlyn Williams was a blonde beauty who appeared in 175 silent films. This edition was produced in a special roan leather binding with gilt lettering, top edge gilt, and 16 gorgeous tipped-in full page illustrations from the film. Although our copy has chipping to the tip of the spine and general edge-wear, it is otherwise in excellent condition and the contents (including stills) remain fresh and bright. . First Edition. Decorative Cloth. Good.

      [Bookseller: Lakin & Marley Rare Books ]
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        Marthe *

      J. Crès, Paris 1914. - Broché, couverture rempliée, imprimée en noir et rouge.L'un des 18 exemplaires de tête numérotés sur Japon. Image visible sur site céleste.

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        Signed Original Autograph Display

      n.p. n.d. [July 9th, c 1914 -1918]: Leacock Stephen Butler Leacock [1869 -1944] was an unlikely combination of humorist & political economist. Throughout his life he was able to successfully combine the roles of satirical & academic writer, university professor & public speaker. Witty & humourous franked Signed Autographed Sentiment in wonderful Leacockian style. " ...V. Sincerely / or in French - they say it - / so much better / je vous prie mademoiselle de recevoir l&#39;expression de / ma plus parfait considération / Stephen Leacock". Rendered with a flourish in dark blue fountain pen. Framed & glazed to an overall size of 13" x 19" 1/4 in a fine gilt finished frame, double matted in windows [6" 1/2 x 9, 8" x 2" 3/4] with an original black & white photo of the author showing minimal wear. Excellent example.. Signed by Author. Autograph Display. Framed & Glazed.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        The Viceregal Visit to Jodhpur

      Bombay: Vernon & Co., , 1914. Landscape folio (490 × 375 mm) red morocco album, elaborately gilt on the upper board with title as above, the arms of the Marwar Durbar, or Darbar, the regional administrative body of Jodhpur; and the Star of India, all within ornate panelling with scrolled foliate corner pieces, the panelling repeated on the lower board. Around 85 silver gelatin prints, various formats up to 365 × 280 mm, mounted on card leaves, two panoramas - a three-part view of the city, and a two-part view of the crowds outside the city awaiting the Viceroy&#39;s arrival. All tissue-guarded, the guards having the studio&#39;s blind-stamps. Just a little rubbed externally, but a very handsome piece in excellent state of preservation. Superb album commemorating the visit of Sir Charles Hardinge, 1st Baron Hardinge of Penshurst, Viceroy of India 1910-16, to Jodhpur in 1914. The album contains an excellent range of views and portraits, including a fine studio portrait of the young Maharaja Sumer Singh; formal group portraits with the viceroy, Lady Hardinge and Sir Pratap Singh; views of the palace, Mehrangarh Fort, troop reviews, and the inauguration of the Powlett Nobles&#39; and Elgin Rajput School by the viceroy and his wife. Hardinge&#39;s tenure was one of significant achievements: the visit of King-Emperor George V for the Delhi durbar of 1911, and the transfer of the capital from Calcutta to New Delhi in 1912. Although his handling of Indian troops in World War I has been criticised, and he was also the subject of several assassination attempts by Indian nationalists, overall his viceroyalty was marked by an amelioration of relations between the British administrators and the Indians.

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        Sokrato Kvarakta Tragedio [Esperanto]

      Centra Presejo Esperantista, 1914. Hardcover. Used; Acceptable. Hardcover; Undefined language; No jacket; a fair reading copy; VERY SCARCE BOOK IN ESPERANTO WITH GREAT HISTORICAL INTEREST; this volume was in the personal library of KARL MINOR (who published an Esperanto-German dictionary in 1924) - his Ex Libris label on front paste-down; some bumping and wear to boards and scuffing on spine; pages are clean with no writing or highlighting, edges browning with age; seemingly this was to be performed at the (August) 1914 World Congress of Esperanto in Paris, which was forced to disperse as it was about to begin, as the Great War erupted and Esperantists from across the world scrambled to get back to their homelands before such border-crossings became impossible. Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. All international orders are sent Royal Mail airmail.

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        Reichsgesetzblatt. 1914-1937 (lacking 1928 pt. 1, 1931 pt. 2, 1932 pt. 2, 1933 pt. 2, 1934 pt. 2 1st half (if published)

      Berlin, 1914-1937. 47 volumes, lacking 1928 pt. 1, 1931 pt. 2, 1932 pt. 2, 1933 pt. 2, 1934 pt. 2 1st half (if published), minor ownership markings, else good-very good. Photos available upon request.

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        Journal Des Dames et Des Modes (Supplements, 1912-14)

      Bureaux du Journal des dames Paris: Bureaux du Journal des dames. (1912-1914). First. First edition. 70 separate issues (Supplements), without the plates: Preface (with the wraps for two bound volumes laid-in); Supplement Nos. 1 (1 June 1912) - No. 38 (10 June 1913); Supplement Nos. 48 (20 September 1913) - No. 79 (1 August 1914). A fine collection of separate issues in the original wrappers, untrimmed and unopened, lacking the pochoir plates. The "Journal Des Dames et des Modes" was published from June 1912 to August 1914. Issued the 1st, the 10th and the 20th of each month, each number included supplements containing short articles, commentaries, and/or poetry. Notable contributors include Jean Cocteau, Henri Duvernois, Marcel Boulenger, and others. Rene Colas. Bibliographie generale du costume et de la mode, v. 1 (590). .

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        A Shropshire Lad

      London: Riccardi Press, 1914. 8vo, [i-vii], viii, (2, half-title and blank), 1-48, (4, colophon, list of publications) pp. Full crushed green morocco by Bayntun-Riviere. Both covers framed with gilt fillet borders within which is another gilt rolled frame, each corner bearing a gilt-stamped bird devouring a seed while standing on a leafy branch. Gilt turn-ins. Marbled endpapers. Backstrip a trifle faded. Fine. Number 250 from a limited edition of 1,000 copies. Classical scholar, teacher, and poet, Housman first published A Shropshire Lad in 1896 at his own expense.

      [Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller]
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      Helena, Mt.: State Publishing Company, 1914.. [8],158pp. plus thirteen plates including frontispiece. Original gilt cloth. Binding slightly rubbed and soiled, head and toe of spine and corners moderately bumped. Moderate age-toning and soiling, text block slightly sprung. A good copy. A presentation copy, inscribed on the front free endpaper: "&#39;Vista&#39; never felt so pleased in my life and when I &#39;buncked&#39; you out of the price of this little story. Truly yours Al Noyes (Ajax)." "First autobiography published in Montana; by a settler of 1860" - Howes. Noyes went to Montana in 1866, and this is an important and very rare history of early settlement and especially the cattle industry there. A rare book, remarkably difficult to find. HOWES N219, "aa." GRAFF 3051. ADAMS HERD 1691. ADAMS SIX-GUNS 1626. SIX SCORE 82.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Gathering Abalones - Nakoaktok [Male in Cedar-Bark Clothes Hunting in Tidal Pool]

      John Andrew & Son 1914, restrike. (Photograph) Very good. Gathering Abalones - Nakoaktok. The North American Indian. Intended for Portfolio 10 as Plate 342From Copyright Photograph 1914 by E. S. Curtis Re-struck Photogravure [John Andrew & Son.]Framed in a weather-worn raw cedar frame with acid free mat: 23 1 / 2" X 19"Paper: 21 7 / 8" X 17 1 / 2" Image: 15 1 / 8" X 11"..

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      Published by Edward Arnold, 1914. 1st edition.. Hardback. Very Good. Very good condition with no wrapper. Green cloth, gilt titles. B/w photos. xvi + 316 pages. Free endpapers lightly browned. A few scattered foxspots to contents. Corners bumped but overall a bright copy. [S]

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        Oeuvres de Blaise Pascale publiees suivant l&#39;ordre chronolique [14 volumes]

      Librairie Hachette. Hardcover. [Set09]Paris, 1914-1923. Complete in 14 volumes. 8vos, uniformly bound in fine quarter crushed morocco over marbled paper. Spines in six compartments. A near fine set with a few small scuffs to bindings and some light normal tanning. Some pages uncut. A lovely, complete set of Pascal&#39;s works in a fine early 20th century binding. Published as part of the "Le Grands Ecrivains de la France" series. . Very Good.

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        Jerusalem : recherches de topographie, d&#39;archeologie, et d&#39;histoire. Tome second: Jerusalem nouvelle / par Les PP. Hugues Vincent et F.-M. Abel [complete in 2 volumes]

      Paris : J. Gabalda, 1914 & 1922, 1914. 1st Edition in this form. Physical description: 2v.: 1035 p. : illus., plans, photos ; 29 cm. Contents: Tome 1: Fasicules I et II, Aelia Capitolina, Le Saint-Sepulchre et le Mont des Oliviers. --Tome 2: Fasicule III, Sainte-Sion et les sanctuaires de second ordre. Subjects: Churches -- Palestine. Jerusalem -- Description and travel. Jerusalem -- History. Jerusalem -- Antiquities. "Preface par le Marquis de Vogue... Ouvrage publié avec le concours de l&#39;Academie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres" - T.p. Language: French. Finely bound in modern gilt-blocked, leather-backed boards. Raised bands and gilt-decorated spine compartments. Some light tanning evident to page margins. Minor library marks remain internally Remains particularly well-preserved overall. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request.

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        Portrait of Martha Albrand

      n.p., n.d.. 24" x 21" in. Pen and ink on paper, SIGNED ("HIRSCHFELD 3") lower right. Framed . A fine portrait by Al Hirschfeld of mystery writer Martha Albrand (1914 - 1981), one hand dangling a cigarette, the other idly tapping out words on a typewriter

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        Young Liberal Pamphlets (1903-1913)

      London : National League of Young Liberals, 1914. 1st edition, circa 1914. Description: 1 vol. (various pagings) : ports. ; 22 cm. Subjects: Liberal party (Great Britain) --Liberalism --Great Britain --Politics and government --Speeches and addresses. Near fine copy in the original gilt-blocked cloth. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the panel edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Extensive additional ephemera loosely inserted. Association; Rees&#39; own copy with his bookplate. Loosely inserted are four manuscript letters to Rees from Walter Runciman all signed and dated on headed paper along with related clippings, a photo, another related typed letter, Rees manuscript notes and advertising bills for League of Young Liberal events. Further detail on request.

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        Signed Original Autograph Letter Display

      n.p. n.d. [July 9th, c 1914 -1918]: Rodin Auguste Rodin [born François-Auguste-René Rodin; 12 November 1840 - 17 November 1917]. French artist, most famous as a sculptor & the preeminent French sculptor of his time, and remains one of the few sculptors widely recognized outside the visual arts community; creator of THE KISS [1886] & THE THINKER [1879-1889] two of the most recognized works in all of sculpture. Undated 7" x 9" ALS [1/2 page, 16 mo., n.d.] in fine condition: In French - Addressed to &#39;Mon cher ami&#39; - &#39;My dear fiend&#39; - asking to be given a few more days "so that I am a little less buried in my problems." He suggests meeting on Thursday afternoon, Boulivard of Italy. "We can get together and talk about our business." Signed &#39;Amitié de votre&#39; - &#39;In friendship&#39; / A. Rodin. Framed & glazed with an artistic photo print portrait of Rodin as background to an overall size of 12" x 17" 1/2. Double matted in an elegant dark brown toned & brushed wood frame.. Signed by Author. Original Autographed Letters. Framed & Glazed.

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        Signed Original Autograph Display

      n.p. n.d. [July 9th, c 1914 -1918]: Leacock Stephen Butler Leacock [1869 -1944] was an unlikely combination of humorist & political economist. Throughout his life he was able to successfully combine the roles of satirical & academic writer, university professor & public speaker. Witty & humourous franked Signed Autographed Sentiment in wonderful Leacockian style. " ...V. Sincerely / or in French - they say it - / so much better / je vous prie mademoiselle de recevoir l&#39;expression de / ma plus parfait considération / Stephen Leacock". Rendered with a flourish in dark blue fountain pen. Framed & glazed to an overall size of 13" x 19" 1/4 in a fine gilt finished frame, double matted in windows [6" 1/2 x 9, 8" x 2" 3/4] with an original black & white photo of the author showing minimal wear. Excellent example.. Signed by Author. Autograph Display. Framed & Glazed.

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      (MAN RAY) (MOTHER EARTH). Goldman, Emma & Alexander Berkman, Editors. MOTHER EARTH: VOL. XI, NO. 6, AUGUST 1914 - WITH A COVER BY MAN RAY. New York: Mother Earth Publishing Association, 1914. First Edition. 8vo. Stapled Illustrated Wrappers. Periodical. Good. 32pp, printed by letterpress, no illustrations. Cover by Man Ray. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. "Mother Earth" was legendary New York-based leftist Emma Goldman&#39;s "monthly magazine devoted to Social Science and Literature". This August 1914 issue is important for its use of a drawing by the then-twenty-four year old Man Ray to illustrate the cover - one year prior to his first one man exhibition. Predating his self-published "Ridgefield Gazook" of 1915, this may very well be the first appearance of the work of the renowned Dada and Surrealist pioneer in print. It depicts the body of "Humanity" being grasped and torn between the twin-headed beast of "Government" and "Capitalism", in keeping with the magazine&#39;s labor-supportive editorial stance. The other contributors to the issue are Goldman herself, Adolf Wolff, Charles A. Breckenridge, Gustav Herve, Enrico Malatesta, Alexander Berkman, Leonard D. Abbott, Perry E. McCullough, and Charles T. Sprading. A most presentable copy of this exceedingly uncommon item showing overall light age-toning, wear and handling, a slight dent through the textblock at lower foredge corner, and some chipping with a tiny bit of paper loss to its brittle, highly-acidic wrappers. In addition, it bears the vintage stamp of San Francisco&#39;s Book Omnorium in black ink on the front cover. Still in all, this is a sound, age-appropriate example of this little-known American proto-Modernist document that looks much nicer in hand than it describes. It has been priced accordingly. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 022316&

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        Shigeo Fukuda: Arts Know-How Series.

      Bijutsu Shuppan-Sha, Tokyo, Shin giho shiri zu series, Japanese text A special embellished presentation by Shigeo Fukuda for Paul Rand, memorializing their longstanding friendship with a format of alternating lines in Japanese and English and in red & black inks, decorated with an original, small line drawing of 2 mingled hearts in red & black inks. The presentation is signed and dated in English. PROVENANCE: From the library of Paul Rand [1914-1996], the highly influential American graphic design artist. CONDITION DETAIL: Pages: clean and fresh. Boards: top edge with a few light dings, otherwise fine. Binding: fine. Jacket: clean and bright with a few rubs and light handling marks. Bookmark: worn at fold-over. AVAILABILITY: Very Scarce and a worldwide catalog search outside of Japan finds 2 institution holdings, Yale and Cornell. FORMAT: Publisher's thin flexible boards and pictorial book jacket, issued bookmark laid in, the upper side of the jacket reproducing Fukuda's poster, "Victory", the gold medal prize winner at the 1975 Warsaw International Poster Biennale. SIZE: 26.2 cm (10.32 inches). PAGINATION: Confirmed complete, 134 pages, (1 p.), [1] leaf, blank, profusely illustrated in b/w with captions, with 30 sections organized by medium and subject, each with an identical format, illustrations of historical precedents followed by examples of Fukuda artworks; ending chronology (to 1977). Sections include: altered heads, altered portraits, decorated initials using human forms, advertising posters & circulars, transformed objects, and a closing section on Fukuda's celebrated handmade toys. Many of the works are fascinating. FUKUDA: Often referred to as an illusion artist for his well-known installations with single point coherencies and shifts to other forms, Shigeo Fukuda became well-known following his influential 1965 Tokyo show, "Toys and things Japanese". Protean and humorous, with striking and profound works in many media, Fukuda has summarized his work, saying; "play is the very essence of my work". ADDITIONAL IMAGES: by request. 

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        Richards Standard Atlas of the City of Portland: Including the City of South Portland Maine: 24 double page maps in colors, covering the entire city, showing every lot line, building, owners' name, electric and steam railways, sewers, water mains etc

      Richards Map Company, 1914. Hardcover. Good. Elephant folio. Hand colored city atlas of early 20th century Portland. 24 double page maps. Also includes street index and index of property owner's names. See our pictures of this lovely book.

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        The Lithographs by Whistler. Illustrated by Reproductions in Photogravure and Lithography.

      Kennedy & Co., New York 1914 - xxiv, [2], 3-30 pp. + 169 photogravure and lithographic plates of Whistler&#146;s lithographs. 13.5 x 11". Originally issued loose in a portfolio, this copy has been bound in three quarter brown morocco over boards, with cloth sides, five raised bands, and gilt title and rules. Thomas R. Way (1861-1913) was a printer, lithographer and painter. He was a heavy influence on Whistler, and prepared the stones Whistler used to execute the lithographs. The first edition of this compilation was published in 1896, followed by a second in 1905. This third edition includes the prefaces to those prior editions. Six of the lithographs are given in later strikes, and three are in color. One of 400 copies. With the engraved bookplate of Chicago department store magnate Marshall Field. Very minor rubbing to bottom board edges; a fine and lovely copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      - Opera completa in due volumi + un fascicolo di Indici. Cm.31x24,5. Pp.XII, 564 complessive. Brossure originali. Esemplari in barbe. Collezione "Memorie e Documenti per servire alla storia di Lucca", n°14. E' allegato il fascicolo di "Indici e bibliografia", pubblicato a Lucca nel 1959 dalla Tip. Lorenzetti & Natali per cura della Accademia Lucchese di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti (pg.44). Profondo conoscitore della storia del teatro lucchese, il Pellegrini ebbe spiccate simpatie repubblicane.

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      London: Constable and Company Ltd., 1914. First Edition. cloth. Fine in a Fine example of the uncommon dustwrapper. Laurence A128a. Bookplate of the noted collector Montgomery Evans II on the front pastedown. Laid in loosely is a postcard from the publisher and an advertisement leaflet for new titles for 1914. Trivial wear to dustwrapper.

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        Typed letter signed.

      New York, 16. III. 1914. - Large 4to. 1½ pp. on 2 ff. On headed paper. To John Henderson, Secretary of the National Liberal Club: "I find that the Whitsuntide Holidays will be on when we arrive in London, via Plymouth, Saturday the thirtieth of May, and that Parliament will not assemble until the tenth of June. Because of this I had concluded you would not desire to hav[e] the address delivered until the holidays were over, but on re-reading your letter this morning it shows that you accept for the beginning of June. I hav[e] accepted two other banquet engagements in London early in June: one to attend the Annual Dinner of the Aberdeen University Club, of which University I am Lord Rector, and the other dinner in honor of the veteran of the House, Thomas Burt, who has had a wonderful career. I could not do otherwise than accept this, feeling as I do about him. The question is, would it be more desirable to you to hav[e] me make the address after Parliament meets, or do you prefer to hav[e] the address made the first, second or third of June? In the former case I would go direct to Skibo, and return to keep the three engagements named [.]".

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        Home Rule for Ireland

      England, ca. 1914. (IRELAND) Original oil painting on canvas, unsigned, with caricatures of Asquith, John Redmond and Lloyd George, 19 1/2 x 30 inches, framed in gilt to 22 1/2 x 32 1/2 inches overall. Fine condition. Roy Jenkins, Asquith, pp. 174-5, et seq . A British political comment on the issue of Home Rule for Ireland. Amid celestial clouds a Union Jack-garbed figure of H.H. Asquith turns a grindstone on which a gleeful John Redmond in satanic wings sharpens a sword lettered "HOME RULE" as an angelic David Lloyd George flies away carrying by the coattails a small Irishman, shillelagh in hand. Prime Minister Asquith introduced the Third Home Rule for Ireland Bill to the Commons in 1912, in part to oblige the Irish, on which his Liberal ministry depended. Redmond, leader of the Irish Nationalists, established a balance of power favorable to the Irish and passage of the bill seemed assured. Lloyd George, (then Chancellor of the Exchequer), aware of the heavily pro-English sentiment of Northern Ireland, and of the political dangers of forcing unwilling Protestants under Catholic rule, induced the parties to exempt Ulster from the provisions of the bill, which finally passed in this form. This painting reflects the situation in early 1914: Redmond, with the aid of Asquith, prepares to sever Ireland from the mother country, while Lloyd George symbolically carries the pugnacious Catholic faithful away from the Protestant sanctuary of the North. It is, possibly, the original of a Conservative Party political poster. A UNIQUE PIECE OF POLITICAL PROPAGANDA IN THE HIGHLY UNUSUAL MEDIUM OF OILS

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        Meine Tibetreise. Eine Studienfahrt durch das nordwestliche China und durch die innere Mongolei in das östliche Tibet ( Ausgabe in 2 Bänden)

      Stuttgart: Union Deutsche Verlagsanstalt, 1914. 2 Bände (mit Lesebändchen). BAND I: XI, 352 pp. mit 20 Textabb. und 80 Tafeln (davon 1 Titelbild farbig) . BAND II: 346 pp, 1 mehrfach gefaltete Karte in Lasche, 16 Textabb., Titelbild und 75 Tafeln. Original Leinen. * Rücken der Bände minimal bräunlich verfärbt; Band I am oberen Rand ( Hinterdeckel ) mit leichter Rostbildung über einige cm.; Titelblatt Band I locker; Titelblatt Band II mit Namen.. ** Band I (pp. 210-240) mit vereinzelt Unterstreichungen und im Rande kurze tibetische Schriftzeichen. Sonst gute Exemplare ! / 2 VOLUMES: XI, 352pp.; 346pp.; with 2 (1 coloured) frontispieces; 36 text ills.; 240 ills. on 154 plates; large folding coloured map. Illustrated publisher's cloth. Albert TAFEL (1876-1935) travelled in north-eastern CHINA, MONGOLIA and eastern TIBET.* SHIPPING (airmail): Europe 20.00 - Overseas 30.00 euros (book weights over 2 kgs.). After ordering you will be asked to accept the higher mailing . Decorative Cloth. FINE. 26x18.

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        Auguries of Innocence

      Flansham [Sussex]: The Pear Tree Press,, Spring 1914. Small (12mo sized) quarto. Blue paper-covered card boards, illustrated title label to front cover, pages uncut as intended (each leaf bears a plate impression). Illustrated half-title and title page, two engraved illustrated plates, the text and limitation leaf written out by Lillian Frost and also printed from plates intaglio, all by James Guthrie and S. J. Housley. Illustrated bookplate. Extremities rubbed, spine tanned, joints starting, a few light spots. A very good copy of a fragile production. First Pear Tree Press edition; number 13 of just 100 copies.

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        Historical Records of Australia [complete set of the original issue in 33 volumes]

      Canberra: Library Committee of the Commonwealth Parliament. 1914-25.. Series I: Governors&#39; Despatches to and from England (26 volumes, 1914-25). Series III: Despatches and Papers relating to the Settlement of the States (6 volumes, 1921-23). Series IV: Legal papers (1 volume, 1922). 33 volumes in total, all published (at the time, see note re Series III below). The projected Series II was never issued. This set is uniformly bound in blue cloth with gilt titles and rules on the spines - the later binding (1970s) using, for most volumes, the original sheets (a few volumes were reprinted in 1971). A very good clean set. Owner&#39;s bookplate in each volume. <br>Also included: &#39;The Beginnings of Government in Australia&#39;, edited by Fredk Watson (Sydney, 1915). Folio. 23pp Preface and Introduction; facsimile documents, some folding. Original green cloth, title stamped in black on the upper board; a little light flecking, mostly around the extremities. Endpapers and the uncut edges spotted, with some spots on other pages, many the facsimile pages somewhat yellowed. Good to very good. Owner&#39;s details on front free endpaper. ***Series III was resumed in 1997 with the publication of Volume VII, covering despatches and papers relating to Van Diemen&#39;s Land in 1828; this volume is now out of print but we can supply new copies of Volumes VIII, IX & the newly-released Vol X. More volumes are planned, including a continuation of Series I relating to NSW. .

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        The Vanishing Race: The Last Great Indian Council

      Garden City: Doubleday, Page, 1914 - Second and revised edition. PRESENTATION COPY INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY DIXON at front blank. Large octavo, photogravure plates. Publisher&#146;s pictorial cloth stamped in Black, tan and white, top edge gilt (bit of spotting to covers, mild wear and soiling, bulked edge bumped at corner leaving tiny marginal impressions and short closed tear pp xi-plate page preceding page 9, else a very good copy). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La neve. Poema drammatico moderno

      Libreria della Voce 1914 Libreria della Voce, Firenze , 1914. Edizione Libreria della Voce, Firenze, 1914. In-8. Molto raro. Copertina lievemente scolorita con difetti marginali, su angoli e dorso. Firma d'appartenenza sul margine superiore destro della copertina. 135 pagine. Brossura editoriale. Prima edizione. 

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        Report of the Morris Canal Investigation Committee Appointed under Joint Resolution of April 12, 1912

      New Jersey: Morris Canal Investigation Committee, 1914. Very Good condition. SEE PHOTOS. Previous owner&#39;s name else a clean, unmarked copy. The spine is square and flat. NOT a library discard. NO underlining. NO highlighting. NO margin notes. Softcover. 7" wide by 10" tall. Bound in the original stiff gray wraps, printed in black. Well illustrated with vintage photos of the Morris Canal and fold-out, color diagrams and drawings. 7 fold-out maps. Includes the report by Carrere & Hastings, Advisory Architects to the Morris Canal Investigating Committee of the NJ Legislature. Also has the report on "Suggested Improvements of Morris Canal in Jersey City" by F. Van Z. Lane, Consulting Engineer. Includes a 25 inch long fold-out diagram, (printed in black and red) entitled "Morris Canal, Proposed Extension along Second River." Another fold-out map, "Profile of the Morris Canal" with "Historical and Descriptive Notes" is 33 inch long. "Route of Morris Canal," a map that folds out 38 inches, locates all the canal&#39;s locks and incline planes. A fourth fold-out (29" long by 19" tall, also in black and red) is "Map Showing Route of Morris Canal from Hudson River to Main Line of the Central RR. of N. J. Together with Buildings and Railroad Tracks Immediately Adjacent Thereto." A fifth fold-out is a 39" long, detailed property map showing the route of the canal in red ink from Bayonne (Fiddler&#39;s Elbow) to the Hackensack River. It identifies the area&#39;s street names and lot numbers. Plan 6, Transportation Lines between New York, Newark and Patterson, measures 19" long by 19.5" tall. Plan 7, Morris Canal in Vicinity of Broad Street and Railroad Place, Newark folds out to 13&#39;&#39; by 10". Members of the Committee were appointed by New Jersey Governor Woodrow Wilson, President of the Senate John D. Prince, and Speaker of the House Thomas F. McCran.. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good condition. 173pp.

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        Churchill on Ulster

      This extremely scarce wartime pamphlet reproduces Churchill's speech of 14 March 1914 at St. George's Hall, Bradford, when Churchill spoke on behalf of the British Government at the height of Home Rule crisis of 1912-1914. Churchill's family had supported unyielding British control over Ireland. His father, Lord Randolph Churchill, won political victories through his support of the Unionists in Ulster. Over time, Winston came to support Home Rule. In early 1912, Winston spoke in Belfast in favor of Home Rule - the same Belfast where his father, Lord Randolph, famously opposed Home Rule, declaring in 1886 "Ulster will fight and Ulster will be right." Winston's 1912 reply: "Why cannot this great settlement be made? We have made friends with our enemies; can we not make friends with our comrades too?" This was a major and controversial event, involving extraordinary precautions to protect Churchill's physical safety from hostile crowds. The Home Rule crisis persisted into 1914. The crisis was of sufficient concern that on 13 March 1914 - the day before Churchill's speech - Prime Minister Asquith informed the King in some detail about the "military situation in Ulster" (then being investigated by a Cabinet committee of which Churchill was a member). Churchill was chosen to deliver a stern message to Ulster about the necessity for compromise and the consequences of rejecting it. Per Churchill bibliographer Martin Gilbert (Volume II, page 488), "The firm and measured tones in which Churchill spoke at Bradford had been approved in advance by Asquith" but the words were distinctly Churchillian, as was the eloquent and resolved gravity. The Home Rule crisis of 1912-1914 was sidelined by World War I. Nonetheless, Churchill would ultimately introduce the Irish Free State Bill, which won passage in 1922. In 1943, during Churchill's wartime premiership, the Socialist Party saw fit to reproduce Churchill's 14 March 1914 speech. They republished "this prophetic speech of Mr. Churchill's as an answer to those who would have us believe that the British Government have no responsibility for the near-fascist state created by British Imperial Interests in Ireland." The pamphlet is bound in illustrated paper wraps, wire-stitched, 16 pages in length, and measures 7.25 x 5 inches. Churchill's speech fills pages 5-15. Condition of the pamphlet is very good given age and fragility. The covers remain complete and attached with no losses. The two original bindings staples remain firmly attached, with only minor corrosion. The covers are lightly soiled and bear a horizontal crease, where the pamphlet was once folded. The contents are clean and complete with no markings. This address was subsequently collected in Churchill's Complete Speeches, Volume III, at pp.2222-33, under the title "The Ulster Situation". Bibliographic reference: Cohen A178.

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        Feats on the Fiord

      1914. In Unrecorded Binding Variantand Scarce Dust JacketWith All Plates in Color[RACKHAM, Arthur]. MARTINEAU, Harriet. Feats on the Fiord. With Illustrations by Arthur Rackham. Coloured by W. Cubitt Cooke. London : J.M. Dent and New York: E.P. Dutton, n.d. [1914]. Second (and best) edition, with all the plates in color, in an unrecorded binding variant. Octavo (7 x 5 in; 178 x 127 mm). 128 pp. Eight color plates, including frontispiece. Publisher&#39;s original blue cloth pictorially and ornamentally stamped in gilt, gilt lettered and ornamented spine, onlaid color plate to upper board. Original pictorial dust jacket, printed in green. Neat gift signature to front paste-down. A fine copy in the very scarce dust jacket (jacket slightly chipped at top and bottom of spine).In the first edition of 1899, the plates, with the exception of the frontispiece, are in black and white, and the title page thus lacks the credit to W. Cubitt Cooke. Both Latimore & Haskell and Riall note binding in red or green cloth but not blue, as here.The half-title reads: Tales for Children from Many Lands Edited by F.C. Tilney."The Ingoldsby Legends commission [by Dent] was soon followed by another from Dent, for the eleven illustrations to Harriet Martineau&#39;s Feats on the Fjord. To be quite sure of getting the detail in the Norwegian costumes right, Rackham sought the advice of Dr. Hans Reusch, the friend he had made in Norway the year before" (Hamilton, Arthur Rackham: A Biography, pp. 50-51).Colorist William Cubitt Cooke was a friend of Rackham&#39;s, a fellow member of the Langham Sketching Club, a group organized by The Artist&#39;s Society, meeting at its London headquarters each Friday evening from October through May.Latimore and Haskell, p. 43. Riall, p. 122.

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        Churchill Ou le Courage, specially printed author's copy owned by Churchill's Aunt

      Here is a definitively unique and very special double association copy - the author Princess Bibesco's personal copy, printed specially for her by the publisher and given to her close friend, Winston Churchill's "favorite aunt" Leonie Jerome Leslie. "Churchill Ou le Courage" (published in English as "Sir Winston Churchill: Master of Courage") was authored by Churchill's longtime friend, the influential and colorful Romanian Princess Marthe Bibesco. Bibesco first met Churchill in April 1914 at a dinner party with French politicians on the eve of the First World War. They would become and remain friends until Churchill's death more than half a century later. Bibesco was highly educated, beautiful, exotic, engaging, and a prolific author. She spent her long life moving comfortably in the circles of Europe's royal, political, social, and intellectual elite. She was friend, confidante, and sometimes intimate of European monarchs and prime ministers. She knew not only Winston Churchill, but also members of his family, counting among her more intimate friends Churchill's aunt, Leonie Jerome (who would become Lady Leslie). Leonie Jerome Leslie was the youngest of the three Jerome sisters, with Churchill's mother Jennie being the eldest. Churchill maintained a lifelong relationship with his favorite aunt, growing especially close to her after his mother's death. Leonie would live to see her nephew in his finest hour, dying at the age of 78 during the war in 1943. In 1956, Bibesco turned her literary attention to her longtime friend. "Winston S. Churchill: Master of Courage" was first published in France. Here is an extraordinary copy. This is Princess Bibesco's personal copy, specifically printed for her by the publisher and then given as a gift to Lady Leonie Jerome Leslie and bearing her personal bookplate. As explicitly stated on the copyright page, two copies only were produced on Van Gelder paper (an expensive, high quality, hand made imported etching stock. It is a thick, heavy paper made in Holland. It has an ivory tonality with a soft, textured surface.) Also per the copyright page, this particular copy was "printed especially for S.A. [Sa Altesse (Her Highness)] Princess Bibesco of the Belgian Royal Academy". The ffep bears the decorative bookplate of Leonie Leslie. Inked directly below the bookplate are the words "Ex-libris de Lady Leslie née Leonie Jerome". Below that inscription is inked (in French) "Sent by Seymour Leslie your son, Palm Sunday 1956." Seymour Leslie was the third son of Leonie. For many years, it was standard practice in Europe - and particularly in France - to issue books in card covers with the expectation that the purchaser would have them bound in their preferred style. The sheets would be simply folded and bound, without edge trimming. Even given this tradition, this copy printed by the publisher for the author is clearly a flatteringly extravagant production. The Van Gelder paper is untrimmed with large, but regular, variations in the folding of the signatures, so that the untrimmed page edges present an unusual and highly distinctive appearance. Moreover, the sheets remain uncut. The Van Gelder paper lives up its reputation, remaining absolutely bright and beautiful, with a lovely appearance and texture. Spotting is confined to the untrimmed page edges and card covers, with no spotting present in the core printed contents. There is some wrinkling to the extreme corners of the largest untrimmed page edges, particularly at the lower corner. The original card stock binding is fully intact with no losses. There is light spotting to the front cover, heavier spotting to the blank rear cover, some wrinkling at the bottom of the spine, and a one inch tear at the bottom of the rear hinge. The spine is sun-toned, but all printed lettering is still legible. Bibliographic reference: Zoller A178.

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        Nachrichten von der Amerikanische Halbinsel Californien: mit einem zweyfachen Anhang falscher Nachrichten. Geschrieben von einem Priester der Gesellschaft Jesu, welcher lang darinn diese letztere Jahr gelebt hat.

      - De Backer & Sommervogel I, col. 760; Cowan, 1914, p. 9; JCB 1817; Sabin 4363; Wagner, Spanish Southwest 157. First edition of a rare Americanum. Jakob Baegert (1717-1772), a German Jesuit, wrote an interesting and by no means glowing account of the natives and the country "California" (the Baja Peninsula). Cowan comments in his note that, "according to his accounts the country was absolutely unfit for habitation; it was inhabited by wild and ferocious beasts; peopled by cruel and inhospitable savages; water was unfit to use; wood was scarce; the soil would not sustain life". It was written to disabuse the public mind as to the rumoured mineral riches and pearls from California, which had spread from Mexico to Madrid, and Germany. The book is nonetheless filled with valuable ethnographical and historical information. Chapter 20 is devoted to the Waicuri language of the California Indians. The map shows the location of the many Jesuit missions in the Baja, and shows Baegert's route along the west coast of Mexico in 1751 and his return route in 1768, after the expulsion of the Jesuits.

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        Minuta autografa firmata ""Mussolini"" s.d. (1914)

      Minuta autografa in italiano firmata "Mussolini" scritta in relazione ad un discorso ai "fascisti di tutt'Italia" in occasione del terzo anno della rivoluzione fascista. Nel documento Mussolini ricorda le antiche virtù romane che erano obbedienza, saggezza e tenacia ed esorta i fascisti a continuare nella loro opera. 3 pagine sciolte, redatte al solo recto, la seconda mutila alla parte inferiore. Lacuna circolare a tre quarti della prima pagina senza ledere il testo, modesta lacuna al margine destro della terza pagina. Tracce di piegatura e lieve ossidazione.

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        American and British Claims Arbitration & Arbitration of Outstanding Pecuniary Claims Between Great Britain and the Unites States of America. CAYUGA INDIANS

      Ottawa: : Ottawa Government Printing Bureau, & F.A. Acland, King&#39;s Printer, 1914 - 1925, 1914. 1st. Hard Cover. Very Good. The last line includes: "(Appendix to Answer, Vol. III, pp, 968-972.)". In Vol. III, on pages 964 - 974 are "The Norton - Goulburn Letters". A number written by Captain John Norton. & Volume I. - Blue printed wraps VERY GOOD PLUS (smudge front cover, interior Near Fine). Pts. 1 & 2, pages 1-482; the hinges are split, Reply Annexes 1-99 The British Reply concerning the Canadian Cayugas&#39; claim to land in New York State which the U.S. believed they had forfeited their claims under the Treaty of 1795 by reason of their hostility to the United States. While George Washington was president, the British replied... "The testimony and documents submitted point to the fact that, immediately after the war of 1812 the Canadian Cayugas were led to believe that they had forfeited their claims under the Treaty of 1795 by reason of their hostility to the United States. Captain John Norton, an adopted Mohawk chief, so understood in December, 1815, and there is evidence that, on several occasions during the ensuing years, the Cayugas were informed by the authorities of the State of New York or by the United States Indian agent, that they had forfeited their rights." , page 32, Section 3 of Vol I: "The letter of Captain John Norton of 1st December, 1815, which is invoked by the Answer as a presentment of the claim for such interposition, was not written with, or understood as having, any such intention or object." About 25 lines, including quotes from the letter. , Volume II Pts. 3, 4 & 5, pgs 483-938 + Index; Reply Annexes 1-99 DISBOUND Blue printed wraps, Interior text block Very Good but for the title-page which is torn at the staples. The spine is worn, the paper cover is intact but is becoming detached.& This is a list of Reply Annexes which are a companion to the British Reply, Volume I, concerning the Cayuga&#39;s claim to land in New York State which the U.S. believed they forfeited their claims under the Treaty of 1795 by reason of their hostility to the United States.& Vol, III Pts. 6, 7, & 8, pgs. 939-1222 + Map No. 1 in rear pocket (Map No. 2 is missing, otherwise Very GoodGrey printed wraps, VERY GOOD PLUS (clean & sound, minor wear).& Vol IV, Supplement, Reply Annexes 100 - 149.& Reply Annexes dating from 18 August 1783 to 21 February 1840 regarding negotiations with the Six Nations to their eventual surrender. Includes an "Essay by Horatio Hale respecting Red Jacket&#39;s Official Home and Rank" which this "eminent philologist and scholar has kindly contributed". These Annexes were printed after the "Reply" as it was thought that they may be of some assistance to the Tribunal. Includes some documents from "Canadian Indian Treaties and Surrenders" which are referred to in the Index of the Reply but not printed therein.

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        Oh! James! (First Edition)

      Boston: Little, Brown, 1914. First Edition. First Edition. Fine in a fresh, very close to Fine dust jacket. Jacket is pristine but for the slightest bit of creasing at the crown. Although uncredited in the final production, Edginton&#39;s novel is the basis for the stage play "My Lady Friends" (The New York Times, "One Farce - Seven Authors," December 14, 1919). The play, in turn, became the basis for the Broadway musical "No, No, Nanette," which was then filmed twice, once in 1930 and again in 1940. An exceptional copy of a book that is uncommon in any kind of jacket.

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