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9781854370273 ANNE LYLES, DIANE PERKINS, JOSEPH MALLORD WILLIAM TURNER, TATE GALLERY, Colour into line. Turner and the art of engraving 
ANNE LYLES, DIANE PERKINS, JOSEPH MALLORD WILLIAM TURNER, TATE GALLERY
Colour into line. Turner and the art of engraving
Yenny, 1989. Pp: 83. ISBN: 9781854370273. Cond./Kwaliteit: Goed.
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 ARGOSY (ELIZABETH YORK MILLER; WILLIAM F. MCMORROW; KENNETH PERKINS; FRED MACISAAC; ARTHUR PRESTON HANKINS; GEORGE ALLAN ENGLAND; EARL C. MCCAIN; CHARLTON ANDREWS; JAMES PERLEY HUGHES; CHARLES DIVINE), Argosy All-Story Weekly: November, Nov. 28, 1925 ("the Sun-Makers")
ARGOSY (ELIZABETH YORK MILLER; WILLIAM F. MCMORROW; KENNETH PERKINS; FRED MACISAAC; ARTHUR PRESTON HANKINS; GEORGE ALLAN ENGLAND; EARL C. MCCAIN; CHARLTON ANDREWS; JAMES PERLEY HUGHES; CHARLES DIVINE)
Argosy All-Story Weekly: November, Nov. 28, 1925 ("the Sun-Makers")
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co.. Pulp. Vol. CLXXIII, No. 4. [Edited by Matthew White Jr.] Cover by Modest Stein for "Her Hour of Reckoning" (pt 1 of 4) by Elizabeth York Miller. Includes "The Sun-Makers" (pt. 2 of 3) by William F. McMorrow; "The Starlit Trail" (pt. 4 of 6) by Kenneth Perkins; "A Blaze of Glory" (pt. 3 of 3) by Fred MacIsaac; "The Infallible Eye" by Arthur Preston Hankins; "Verdict: 'Suicide'" by George Allan England; "The Pony Express Rider" by Earl C. McCain; "Came Dawn" by Charlton Andrews; "Charle Chong and Beauty's Queen" by James Perley Hughes; "Love in an Attic" by Charles Divine. Poetry: "A Radio Tragedy" by John McColl; "The Disciplined Youngsters" by Strickland Gillilan; "A Seaside Tragedy" by Ella Bentkey Arthur; "If I Were a Painter" by Jane Burr; "Skin Deep" by Mazie V. Caruthers; "My Guest" by Edward W. Barnard. Mild dampstain at upper rear spine corner and spine head - head has lost a little over 1"; rear cover hinge glue-repaired; name on cover in pencil. Very Good-.
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 ARGOSY (PERLEY POORE SHEEHAN; FRED MACISAAC; RICHARD BARRY; KENNETH PERKINS; WILSON COLLISON; EARL C. MCCAIN; GARRETT SMITH; CYRIL B. EGAN; ERIC HOWARD; WILLIAM HOPE HODGSON), Argosy All-Story Weekly: July 25, 1925
ARGOSY (PERLEY POORE SHEEHAN; FRED MACISAAC; RICHARD BARRY; KENNETH PERKINS; WILSON COLLISON; EARL C. MCCAIN; GARRETT SMITH; CYRIL B. EGAN; ERIC HOWARD; WILLIAM HOPE HODGSON)
Argosy All-Story Weekly: July 25, 1925
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co.. Pulp. Vol. CLXX, No. 4. Edited by Matthew White. Cover by Modest Stein for "The Motto Man" (pt 1 of 3) by Perley Poore Sheehan. Includes "Kidnaped by Request" (pt. 2 of 5) by Fred MacIsaac; "The Big Gun" (pt. 3 of 3) by Richard Barry; "What is the Cost?" (novelette) by Kenneth Perkins; "Meet the Prince!" (pt. 2 of 2; novelette) by Wilson Collison; "South of the Cimarron" by Earl C. McCain; "Fifty Fifty or Nix" by Garrett Smith; "Songs and Tongs" by Cyril B. Egan; "A Primer for Primatives" by Eric Howard; "Merciful Plunder" by William Hope Hodgson. Poetry: "The Song of the Moor" by Sonia Ruthele Novak; "The Magniloquence of Ninety" by E. W. Barnard; "My Friends" by M. G. H.; "The National Game" by Edward S. Morrissey; "Heartless"; "The Seamannikin" by Harold W. Gleason. Minor front hinge separation; shallow piece off front cover foredge, more off rear foredge and lower corner. Very Good.
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 ARGOSY (ARTHUR PRESTON HANKINS; ELIZABETH YORK MILLER; KENNETH PERKINS; WILLIAM F. MCMORROW; ARTHUR HUNT CHUTE; JOHN SCARRY; H. M. HAMILTON; GEORGE F. WORTS; WALTER A. SINCLAIR; THEODORA BOOTH; L. PAUL), Argosy All-Story Weekly: December, Dec. 5, 1925
ARGOSY (ARTHUR PRESTON HANKINS; ELIZABETH YORK MILLER; KENNETH PERKINS; WILLIAM F. MCMORROW; ARTHUR HUNT CHUTE; JOHN SCARRY; H. M. HAMILTON; GEORGE F. WORTS; WALTER A. SINCLAIR; THEODORA BOOTH; L. PAUL)
Argosy All-Story Weekly: December, Dec. 5, 1925
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co.. Pulp. Vol. CLXXIII, No. 5. Cover by Stockton Mulford for "Unhearing Ears" (pt. 1 of 5) by Arthur Preston Hankins. Includes "Her Hour of Reckoning" (pt. 2 of 4) by Elizabeth York Miller; "The Starlit Trail" (pt. 5 of 6) by Kenneth Perkins; "The Sun-Makers" (pt. 3 of 3) by William F. McMorrow; "The Test of the Sea" by Arthur Hunt Chute; "The Boss" by John Scarry; "Men With Spirit" by H. M. Hamilton; "One Evening of Crime" by George F. Worts; "Papered" by Walter A. Sinclair; "Grit" by Theodora Booth; "A Hundred Hints" by L. Paul. Poetry: "We Have Left undone" by Lucile Topping Howell; "The Window Flower" by Beatrice Ashton Vandergrift; "This Man I Knew" by Henry Harrison; "My Bronc" by Edgar Daniel Kramer; "To a Red-Haired Girl" by William Laird; "Alone With Nature" by Hamilton Pope Galt; "The Bargain" by P. Sidney. Many small bits out at edges; paper quality is very high. Very Good.
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 ARGOSY (THOMSON BURTIS; WILLIAM MERRIAM ROUSE; W. C. TUTTLE; FRED MACISAAC; KENNETH PERKINS; J. ALLAN DUNN; JOHN STANFORD; CLIFF FARRELL; C. A. FREEMAN; KENNETH P. WOOD; A. G. PRESTON; CHARLES ADAMS; FRANK S. REYNOLDS), Argosy Weekly: January, Jan. 2, 1932
ARGOSY (THOMSON BURTIS; WILLIAM MERRIAM ROUSE; W. C. TUTTLE; FRED MACISAAC; KENNETH PERKINS; J. ALLAN DUNN; JOHN STANFORD; CLIFF FARRELL; C. A. FREEMAN; KENNETH P. WOOD; A. G. PRESTON; CHARLES ADAMS; FRANK S. REYNOLDS)
Argosy Weekly: January, Jan. 2, 1932
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co.. Pulp. Vol. 226, No. 4. [Edited by Albert J. Gibner.] Cover by Robert A. Graef for "Racing Nerve" (novelette) by Thomson Burtis. Includes "The Adirondack Hoard" (novelette) by William Merriam Rouse; "Wild Oats" (pt. 2 of 3) by W. C. Tuttle; "The Golden Serpent" (pt. 3 of 6) by Fred MacIsaac; "The Tavern of Terror" (pt. 6 of 6) by Kenneth Perkins; "The Man Who Hated Women" by J. Allan Dunn; "Mute Evidence" by John Stanford; "South of the Pack" by Cliff Farrell. Features: "World's Most Valuable Feathers" by C. A. Freeman; "Quaint Chinese Divorce Signature" by Kenneth P. Wood; "The Largest American Snake" by A. G. Preston; "The Oldest Printing Morgue" by Charles Adams; "Lassoing a Train" by Frank S. Reynolds; "Argonotes"; "Looking Ahead." Pencilk marks on contents page and over price on cover; 1/4" losses at spineends; 1" hinge separation at 2 ends; lower rear cover foredge corner off.. Very Good-.
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 ARGOSY (ARTHUR B. REEVE; LIEUT. JOHN HOPPER; STOOKIE ALLEN; WILL MCMORROW; FRED MACISAAC; F. V. W. MASON; LORING BRENT; CAPTAIN DINGLE; ALBERT PERKINS; KENNETH P. WOOD; ARTHUR WOODWARD; PAUL GIBSON; WILLIAM PATTERSON; HERBERT E. SMITH), Argosy Weekly: December, Dec. 3, 1932
ARGOSY (ARTHUR B. REEVE; LIEUT. JOHN HOPPER; STOOKIE ALLEN; WILL MCMORROW; FRED MACISAAC; F. V. W. MASON; LORING BRENT; CAPTAIN DINGLE; ALBERT PERKINS; KENNETH P. WOOD; ARTHUR WOODWARD; PAUL GIBSON; WILLIAM PATTERSON; HERBERT E. SMITH)
Argosy Weekly: December, Dec. 3, 1932
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co. 1932. Single Issue Magazine. Vol. 234, No. 4. [Edited by Albert J. Gibner.] Cover by Paul Stahr for "The Band of Death" (pt. 1 of 6) by Fred MacIsaac. Includes "Murder on the Mike" (Craig Kennedy series) by Arthur B. Reeve; "The Last Game" (novelette) by Lieut. John Hopper; "Men of Daring: Orville Wright, First to Fly" (True Story in Pictures) by Stookie Allen; "Shalespeare Was Right" by Will McMorrow; "The Jungle Trap" (pt. 2 of 2) by F. V. W. Mason; "Sting of the Blue Scorpion" (pt. 3 of 5) by Loring Brent [George F. Worts]; "Sunken Dollars" (pt. 5 of 6) by Captain Dingle. Other Features: "River of Death" by Albert Perkins; "The World's Oldest Tree" by Kenneth P. Wood; "First California Militia" by Arthur Woodward; "Mexico's Chinese Express" by Paul Gibson; "Indian Vengeance" by William Patterson; "Killer Hawk Caught Barehanded" by Herbert E. Smith; "Argonotes"; "Looking Ahead!" Creasing; owner's marks. Very Good+.
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 ARGOSY (F. V. W. MASON; KENNETH PERKINS; FRED MACISAAC; J. E. GRINSTEAD; RALPH R. PERRY; LIEUT. JOHN HOPPER; WILLIAM MERRIAM ROUSE; JOHN A. THOMPSON), Argosy: May 17, 1930 ("Voodoo'd"; )
ARGOSY (F. V. W. MASON; KENNETH PERKINS; FRED MACISAAC; J. E. GRINSTEAD; RALPH R. PERRY; LIEUT. JOHN HOPPER; WILLIAM MERRIAM ROUSE; JOHN A. THOMPSON)
Argosy: May 17, 1930 ("Voodoo'd"; )
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co. 1930. Single Issue Magazine. Vol. 212, No. 3. Pulp magazine. [Edited by A. H. Bittner.] Cover art by Howard Brown for "Mad Anthony's Legion" (pt. 1 of 2) by F. V. W. Mason. Includes "Voodoo'd (pt. 2 of 6) by Kenneth Perkins; "The Wrong Kind of Money" (pt. 4 of 6) by Fred MacIsaac; "In the Reign of King Ben" by J. E. Grinstead; "The High Place" (novelette) by Ralph R. Perry; "The Wild Pitch" by Lieut. John Hopper; "Gold" by William Merriam Rouse; "Evidence" by John A. Thompson. Features: "A Toad That Never Drinks" by Vincent B. Wilson; "As Dead as the Dodo" by John H. Spicer; "Echoes of Pre-Volstad Days" by Kathryn Palmiter; "The Men Who Make the Argosy - F. V. W. Mason"; "Argonotes"; "Looking Ahead!" Checkmarks in pencil on contents page; mild tanning; minor edge tears and wear. Very Good+ to Near Fine.
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 ARGOSY (W. WIRT; FRED MACISAAC; EUSTACE L. ADAMS; J. ALLAN DUNN; KENNETH PERKINS; KARL W. DETZER; THOMAS THURSDAY; WILLIAM MERRIAM ROUSE; ALLAN K. ECHOLS; EDWARD G. HANLEY; WILLIAM DAVID BELBECK; P. T. LATHAM), Argosy: October, Oct. 18, 1930 (Gambler's Throw)
ARGOSY (W. WIRT; FRED MACISAAC; EUSTACE L. ADAMS; J. ALLAN DUNN; KENNETH PERKINS; KARL W. DETZER; THOMAS THURSDAY; WILLIAM MERRIAM ROUSE; ALLAN K. ECHOLS; EDWARD G. HANLEY; WILLIAM DAVID BELBECK; P. T. LATHAM)
Argosy: October, Oct. 18, 1930 (Gambler's Throw)
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co. 1930. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 215, No. 5. Pulp magazine. [Edited by A. H. Bittner.] Cover art by Paul Stahr for "The Nine Red Gods Decide" (pt. 1 of 3) by W. Wirt. Includes "The Legacy of Peril" (pt. 2 of 6) by Fred MacIsaac; "Gambler's Throw" (pt. 4 of 5) by Eustace L. Adams; "Dead-Line" (pt. 6 of 6) by J. Allan Dunn; "On the Wing" (novelette) by Kenneth Perkins; "The Net" by Karl W. Detzer; "A Joy Out West" by Thomas Thursday; "Slow to Anger" by William Merriam Rouse; "Diamonds in the Rough" by Allan K. Echols. Other Features: "The World's Largest Pearl" by Edward G. Hanley; "The 'Twisters' of Nebraska" by William David Belbeck; "Beggars Well Organized in Berlin" by P. T. Latham; "The Men Who Make the Argosy - Thomas Thursday"; "Argonotes"; "Looking Ahead!" Short piece of tape inside frotn foredge; creasing; minor stains to rear at hinge and lower foredge corner; minor bumps and yiny holes to rear cover; slightly more than 1/2" loss at heel. Very Good-.
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 BLUE BOOK (CAPTAIN MICHAEL GALLISTER; GORDON KEYNE; OWEN FRANCIS; H. BEDFORD-JONES & CAPTAIN L. B. WILLIAMS; WILLIAM BYRON MOWERY; KENNETH PERKINS; H. BEDFORD-JONES; BILL ADAMS; FULTON GRANT; WILLIAM CHESTER), Blue Book Magazine: July 1938
BLUE BOOK (CAPTAIN MICHAEL GALLISTER; GORDON KEYNE; OWEN FRANCIS; H. BEDFORD-JONES & CAPTAIN L. B. WILLIAMS; WILLIAM BYRON MOWERY; KENNETH PERKINS; H. BEDFORD-JONES; BILL ADAMS; FULTON GRANT; WILLIAM CHESTER)
Blue Book Magazine: July 1938
NY, McCall Co. 1938. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 67, No. 3. Pulp magazine. Edited by Donald Kennicott. Cover art by Herbert Morton Stoops for "Sea Vixen" by Bill Adams. Includes "Harbor Hazard" by Capt. Michael Gallister; "The Christian Slave" by Gordon Keyne; "Hot Metal" by Owen Francis; "We Must Figure on Death" (XIX) by H. Bedford-Jones & Capt. L. B. Williams; "Number Three Dog" by William Byron Mowery; "The Box Canon Mystery" by Kenneth Perkins; "Warriors in Exile" (XIV; "The King's Pipe") by H. Bedford-Jones; "Murder Comes to Buttonville" (complete novel) by Fulton Grant; "Kioga of the Unkown Land" (serial) by William Chester. Prize Stories of Real Experience: "Killer's End" by William P. Lawson; "You Never Can Tell" by Mary Richardson; "Food for Armenia" by Paul Chevalier. Illustrated by L. R. Gustavson, L. F. Grant, Grattan Condon, Yngve Soderberg & George Avison, Austin Briggs, Peter Kuhlhoff, Jeremy Cannon, and Frederic Anderson. Old price on cover in pencil; a little creasing and rubbing; edgewear; mild tanning. Very Good+ to Near Fine.
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 BLUE BOOK (WILLIAM J. MAKIN; ANTHONY RUD; H. BEDFORD-JONES; LUKE SHORT; KENNETH PERKINS; ROBERT R. MILL; H. BEDFORD-JONES & CAPTAIN L. B. WILLIAMS; EWING WALKER; GREGORIO SOMERS), Blue Book Magazine: October, Oct. 1937
BLUE BOOK (WILLIAM J. MAKIN; ANTHONY RUD; H. BEDFORD-JONES; LUKE SHORT; KENNETH PERKINS; ROBERT R. MILL; H. BEDFORD-JONES & CAPTAIN L. B. WILLIAMS; EWING WALKER; GREGORIO SOMERS)
Blue Book Magazine: October, Oct. 1937
NY, McCall Co. 1937. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 65, No. 6. Pulp magazine. Edited by Donald Kennicutt. Cover art by Herbert Morton Stoops. Includes "The Assassins of Angora" by William J. Makin; "Visitors from Venus" by Anthony Rud; "Warriors in Exile" (V) by H. Bedford-Jones; "The Right Kind of Tough" by Luke Short; "From Hangtown to the Sea" by Kenneth Perkins; "The Case of Young Steve" by Robert R. Mill; "Ships and Men" (X) by H. Bedford-Jones & Capt. L. B. Williams; "Freedom's Highwayman" (complete novel) by Ewing Walker; "The Valley Stronghold" (pt 2 of 3) by Gregorio Somers. Real Experiences: "A Wanderer's Scrapbook" by James Francis Dwyer; "The Dragon of Komodo" by W. Douglas Burden; "War in the Lava Beds" by Maurice Fitzgerald; "The Flying Headsman" by Roland D. Doane. Illustrated by Austin Briggs, John Clymer, Jeremy Cannon [Herbert Morton Stoops], Arthur Jameson, George Avison, Monte Crews, Frederick Anderson & Yngve Soderberg, Oscar Howard, and L. R. Gustavson. Minor soiling and corner wear; interior tanning. A very attractive copy. Very Good+ to Near Fine.
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 BLUE BOOK (WILLIAM J. MAKIN; ANTHONY RUD; H. BEDFORD-JONES; LUKE SHORT; KENNETH PERKINS; ROBERT R. MILL; H. BEDFORD-JONES & CAPTAIN L. B. WILLIAMS; EWING WALKER; GREGORIO SOMERS), Blue Book Magazine: October, Oct. 1937
BLUE BOOK (WILLIAM J. MAKIN; ANTHONY RUD; H. BEDFORD-JONES; LUKE SHORT; KENNETH PERKINS; ROBERT R. MILL; H. BEDFORD-JONES & CAPTAIN L. B. WILLIAMS; EWING WALKER; GREGORIO SOMERS)
Blue Book Magazine: October, Oct. 1937
NY, McCall Co. 1937. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 65, No. 6. Pulp magazine. Edited by Donald Kennicutt. Cover art by Herbert Morton Stoops. Includes "The Assassins of Angora" by William J. Makin; "Visitors from Venus" by Anthony Rud; "Warriors in Exile" (V) by H. Bedford-Jones; "The Right Kind of Tough" by Luke Short; "From Hangtown to the Sea" by Kenneth Perkins; "The Case of Young Steve" by Robert R. Mill; "Ships and Men" (X) by H. Bedford-Jones & Capt. L. B. Williams; "Freedom's Highwayman" (complete novel) by Ewing Walker; "The Valley Stronghold" (pt 2 of 3) by Gregorio Somers. Real Experiences: "A Wanderer's Scrapbook" by James Francis Dwyer; "The Dragon of Komodo" by W. Douglas Burden; "War in the Lava Beds" by Maurice Fitzgerald; "The Flying Headsman" by Roland D. Doane. Illustrated by Austin Briggs, John Clymer, Jeremy Cannon [Herbert Morton Stoops], Arthur Jameson, George Avison, Monte Crews, Frederick Anderson & Yngve Soderberg, Oscar Howard, and L. R. Gustavson. Name in pencil mostly erased from cover; minor edgewear with minor nicks and creases; mild tanning. Very Good+.
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 BLUE BOOK (KENNETH PERKINS; JACK LEONARD; FULTON GRANT; BEATRICE GRIMSHAW; GORDON KEYNE; ROBERT R. MILL; H. BEDFORD-JONES; CAPT. L. B. WILLIAMS; WILLIAM CHESTER; IRA ATEN; JIMMY DARLING; MARY RICHARDSON; MAJ. S. L. GLENISTER), Blue Book Magazine: June 1938 ("Kioga of the Unknown Land")
BLUE BOOK (KENNETH PERKINS; JACK LEONARD; FULTON GRANT; BEATRICE GRIMSHAW; GORDON KEYNE; ROBERT R. MILL; H. BEDFORD-JONES; CAPT. L. B. WILLIAMS; WILLIAM CHESTER; IRA ATEN; JIMMY DARLING; MARY RICHARDSON; MAJ. S. L. GLENISTER)
Blue Book Magazine: June 1938 ("Kioga of the Unknown Land")
NY, McCall Co. 1938. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 66, No. 8. Edited by Donald Kennicott. Cover art by Herbert Morton Stoops. Includes "Three Were Thoroughbreds" (novel) by Kenneth Perkins; "Pal of Satan" by Jack Leonard; "Toy D'Artagnan" by Fulton Grant; "The Pearls of Benbow" by Beatrice Grimshaw; "Strange Escapes, V - The Prisoner of Toulon" by Gordon Keyne; "Blind Date" by Robert R. Mill; "Warriors in Exile, XIII - Gentleman Royal" by H. Bedford-Jones; "Ships and Men, XVIII - For Glory and the Main" by H. Bedford-Jones & Capt. L. B. Williams; "Kioga of the Unbknown Land" (serial; chaps. 10-13) by William Chester. Prize Stories of Rear Experience: "From a Ranger's Scrapbook" by Ira Aten; "Deep-Water Landing" by Jimmy Darling; "Bandits at the Mine" by Mary Richardson; "Trucks for the Turks" by Maj. S. L. Glenister. Illustrated by Peter Kuhlhoff, Grandon Condon, Austin Briggs, Hanson Booth, L. F. Grant, Earl Blossom, Jeremy Cannon, and Yngve Soderberg & Arthur Lytell. Creasing; a couple of minor tears; tanning. Very Good.
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BULL, WILLIAM PERKINS
From Brock to Currie the Military Development and Exploits of Canadians in General and of the Men of Peel in Particular 1791. .
Toronto, Perkins Bull Foundation. 1935, First Edition. Hard Cover. Complete in one volume. Fine in VG+ dust jacket. Clean, tight and bright. Brodart protective cover on dj. 772 pages. Heavy book may require additional postage. Fine/Very Good +.
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BULL, WILLIAM PERKINS.
From Medicine Man to Medical Man: A Record of a Century and a Half of Progress in Health and Sanitation As Exemplified by Developments in Peel. [a Signed and Inscribed Copy].
Toronto: The Perkins Bull Foundation, George J. McLeod, Ltd. (1934).. First edition. Number 884 of a limited edition of 1000 copies. Presentation copy signed and inscribed by the author on verso of front free endpaper. Very good in original publisher's cloth. A tight clean and otherwise unmarked copy. 457pp. Illustrat ions, folded map. Errata slip tipped-in.
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Book number: 33001
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BULL, WILLIAM PERKINS
From Medicine Man to Medical Man: A Record of a Century and a Half of Progress in Health and Sanitation as Exemplified By Developments in Peel
Toronto, Perkins Bull Foundation. 1934. hardcover. 25cm, 457p; copy 280/1000. Very Good. Signed by Author.
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Book number: 18511
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BULL, WILLIAM PERKINS.
From Hummingbird to Eagle: An Account of North American Birds Which Appear or Have Appeared in the County of Peel (INCRIBED PRESENTATION COPY)
Perkins Bull Foundation. 1936, 1st. Hardcover. First printing. 300 pp. many photos, color ills. maps, index, large 8vo, hardcover, dustjacket. PRESENTATION COPY from the author to Mollie "with the author's love." Text is Nearly Fine with little sign of use. DJ is very fresh with light wear to edges, few edge-tears. Very attractive NF/VG copy of this interesting book. Very Good/Dust Jacket Included. Signed by Author(s).
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Catalogue: Birds

 
BULL, WILLIAM PERKINS
Spadunk, Or from Paganism to Davenport United. A Study of Community Development, of the Religious Life Around Which It Centred, and of the Pioneer Personalities Which Gave Shape to Its Birth. .
Toronto, The Perkins Bull Foundation / George J. McLeod, 1935, First Edition. Hardcover . Narrow quarto, half blue cloth and grey boards, paper spine label, blue illustrated endpapers. pp (468) + plates, two in colour, 2 folding. Maps and illustratons in text. Errata slip and spare spine label tipped in at rear. Yellowing to page edges; short tear to lower inner corner of a large folding photo neatly repaired; VG clean, tight and unworn copy otherwise, no owner names. A history of Davenport United Church, Toronto, and Wesleyan Methodism in the area. Note: 1.5 kg parcel, extra shipping may be required.
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Book number: 40699
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Catalogue: Canadiana
Keywords: Welland Toronto and Gta Ontario Religion

 
BYBEE, JOAN; PERKINS, REVERE; PAGLIUCA, WILLIAM
The Evolution of Grammar: Tense, Aspect, and Modality in the Language of the World.
Chicago / London: Chicago University Press,1994.230x155 mm. XIX+398 pages. Softcover. Cover yellowing. Stamp on Page I. Pages yellowing. Else in good condition. The book is in : English .
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Keywords: Dictionaries & Linguistics

 
CHARLTON-PERKINS, WILLIAM (TEXT), AND ROGER DE LA HARPE (PHOTOGRAPHS)
Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Park
(Cape Town: Struik, 1995) 1868257452. . 300 x 224 mm; laminated pictorial wrappers; pp. 48; colour photographs; full-page colour map. Very good condition. This beautifully-illustrated booklet is still the best introduction to the natural history and restcamps of Africa's oldest game reserve, the place where the white rhino was saved from extinction. "The wide range of plant life in the park gives rise to a diversity of mammals, birdlife, reptiles and amphibians. The Big Five - lion, rhino (black and white), elephant, buffalo and leopard - are all to be seen in the park, as well as a variety of other species, including cheetah, wild dog and giraffe.".
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Book number: 10075
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Catalogue: Natural History
Keywords: Natal Parks Board. Ezemvelo Kzn Wildlife. . Conservation. Mpila. Hilltop. Imfolozi. Zululand

 
CHARLTON-PERKINS, WILLIAM
Zulu Tribal Heritage
(Cape Town, Struik Publishers, 1995). . Indaba Mini-Curio. 165 x 215 mm; laminated pictorial wraps; pp. 32; numerous colour photographs; map. Very good condition. Mainly photographic souvenir booklet about the Zulu people..
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Catalogue: Natal
Keywords: . Zululand. Kwazulu . Life

 
COLLECTIF, W A VISSER 'T HOOFT, J C G KOTZE, ERNEST KINDER, WILLIAM A PERKINS, CONRAD BERGENDOFF, T S GARRETT, FATHER C.-J. DUMONT
The Ecumenical Review, volume VII, N° 4 Number 4, July 1955. Contents : Our Ecumenical Task in the Light of History, by W. A. Visser 'T Hooft (13 p.). The Meaning of our Unity in Christ, by J. C. G. Kotze (17 p.). Protestant-Roman Catholic Encounter an Ecumenical Obligation, by Ernst Kinder (9 p.)......
World Council of Churches, 1955. Contains also : Christian Youth in the Middle East, by William A. Perkins (6 p.). What Governs and Shapes Liturgical Development ?, by Conrad Bergendoff (6 p.). Worship inSouth India, by T. S. Garrett (8 p.). 1 volume in-8, page 309 to page 416. Good condition.
World Council of Churches, 1955. Contains also : Christian Youth in the Middle East, by William A. Perkins (6 p.). What Governs and Shapes Liturgical Development ?, by Conrad Bergendoff (6 p.). Worship inSouth India, by T. S. Garrett (8 p.). 1 volume in-8, page 309 to page 416. Good condition.
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Book number: 4505581
€  12.00 [Appr.: US$ 14.37 | £UK 10.75 | JP 1608]

 
CURLEE, RICHARD F & PERKINS, WILLIAM H (EDS)
Nature and treatment of stuttering: new directions
Taylor & Francis , 1985. Used - Good. Good hardback 1st edition. Title page seems to have been replaced, possibly by publisher; Owner's name on front free end paper; a little highlighting in text; tiny dent in edge of front board. ISBN: 0850665663
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Book number: BOOKS233294I
GBP 95.00 [Appr.: EURO 107.5 US$ 128.59 | JP 14380]
Keywords: 0850665663

 
DOYLE, WILLIAM; PERKINS, WILLIAM,
Smash the Pyramid : 100 Career Secrets from America's Fastest-Rising Executives.
New York, NY, U.S.A., Warner Books, 1994. First Printing - Stated 8vo - over 7 - 9 tall, Hard Cover Very Good/No Jacket. Red boards with white spine have light scuffing and small amount of shelfwear to spine edge. Previous owner impression mark on fep. Pages are clean & free from markings. Binding is tight.
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Keywords: Business, Business Strategies

 
GILMAN, CHARLOTTE PERKINS; WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY O'NEILL, WILLIAM L.,
The Home - Its Work and Influence: A Reprint of the 1903 Edition.
Urbana, Univ. Of Illinois Press, 1972. Trade Paperback., G in Wraps, Lightly Worn & Soiled, Prev Name Inked out on Head. Pages: 347.
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Book number: MASTER098115I
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JOHN HIGGO; DAVID HOBBS; WALLY MILNER; MARTIN PERKINS; DAVID TALL; JOE WATSON; WILLIAM WYNNE WILLSON
132 Short Programs for the Mathematics Classroom
Leckhampton, Stanley Thornes, 1985. Paperback. Ex-library from a university library with the usual stampings, markings, and barcodes. Slight rubbing and edgewear to covers and spine. Interior is clean, and ring binding is intact and straight. No dust-jacket. Good A set of short programs for use in school, written for the Mathematical Association Sub-Committee on Microcomputers in Mathematics Teaching.
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Book number: PASTPAGE077884I
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Catalogue: Education
Keywords: Mathematics, Computer Programming, Science, Teaching EDUCATION::Teaching Methods & Materials::Mathematics EDUCATION::Teaching Methods & Materials::Science & Technology COMPUTERS::Programming::General
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