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(DARROW, WHITNEY; KINGMAN, DONG; SLOANE, ERIC). (ROSS, LANNY; CHAPMAN, JOHN; MORRIS, WILLIAM; ET AL)
Dutch Treat Club 1970. Sixty-Fifth Anniversary. For Members and Their Guests on the Occasion of the Annual Dinner. The Sert Room of the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City, May 7, 1970. Privately Printed
(Printed by Publishers Printing-Admiral Press), 1970. 1970. (Printed by Publishers Printing-Admiral Press), 1970. 1970. Fine. - Octavo, red cloth with a circular vignette in black & white mounted on the front cover. 72 & [1] pages plus colophon with the list of members printed on pink stock. Black-and-white photographic illustrations and drawings & cartoons by Whitney Darrow, Dong Kingman and Eric Sloane. Near fine.

The Dutch Treat Club, founded in 1905, was an association of individuals active in literature, art, music and the theatre. Originally membership was limited to men and the club's yearbooks included "naughty" stories about women and cartoons and drawings of naked or partially nude females. After a controversial 1991 vote to admit women as members, the yearbook somewhat cleaned up its act. Fine .

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Keywords: LITERATURE; DUTCH TREAT CLUB; 1970 YEAR BOOK; ILLUSTRATORS; DONG KINGMAN; WHITNEY DARROW; ERIC SLOANE; HUMOR; CARTOONS; DRAWINGS; LANNY ROSS; JOHN CHAPMAN; WILLIAM MORRIS.

 WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE [STARRING SYBIL THORNDIKE, MARY CASSON, MARIUS GORING, LEWIS CASSON, PEGGY ASHCROFT, PATRICK ROSS, ROBERT SPEAIGHT IN] LILIAN BAYLIS [LESSEE AND MANAGER OF BOTH THEATRES] FOUNDED BY EMMA CONS IN 1880, Shakespeare Birthday Festival: Souvenir Theatre Programme Performed at The Old Vic. Waterloo Road Run in Connection with Sadler's Wells, Rosebery Avenue, London 1935
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE [STARRING SYBIL THORNDIKE, MARY CASSON, MARIUS GORING, LEWIS CASSON, PEGGY ASHCROFT, PATRICK ROSS, ROBERT SPEAIGHT IN] LILIAN BAYLIS [LESSEE AND MANAGER OF BOTH THEATRES] FOUNDED BY EMMA CONS IN 1880
Shakespeare Birthday Festival: Souvenir Theatre Programme Performed at The Old Vic. Waterloo Road Run in Connection with Sadler's Wells, Rosebery Avenue, London 1935
Performance Programme Dated Tuesday April 23rd 1935. Original souvenir theatre programme 11½'' x 9½''. Contains 4 printed pages of text. In Very Good condition.
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 ALDERSON. JOHN. J. ; CUMMING, ALEC ; ROSS, WILLIAM ; MORRISON, EDGAR, Campbelltown Victoria Clanalder Archives Historical Papers No. 1.
ALDERSON. JOHN. J. ; CUMMING, ALEC ; ROSS, WILLIAM ; MORRISON, EDGAR
Campbelltown Victoria Clanalder Archives Historical Papers No. 1.
First Edition; 4to; pp. vi, 37; one folding map, text map, three illustrations, index, original stiff printed wrappers, title lettered in blue on front wrapper, good copy. Havelock, Clanalder Press, 1967
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 AMAZING (L. TAYLOR HANSEN; A. W. BERNAL; ROSS ROCKLYNNE; NEIL R. JONES; DON WILCOX; WILLIAM P. MCGIVERN), Amazing Stories: April, Apr. 1941
AMAZING (L. TAYLOR HANSEN; A. W. BERNAL; ROSS ROCKLYNNE; NEIL R. JONES; DON WILCOX; WILLIAM P. MCGIVERN)
Amazing Stories: April, Apr. 1941
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1941. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 15, No. 4. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by J. Allen St. John for "Lords of the Underworld" (novel) by L. Taylor Hansen; rear cover art for "A City on Uranus" (feature) by Henry Gade (House Pseud.). Includes "King Arthur's Knight in a Yankee Court" (novelet) by A. W. Bernal; "Big Man" (novelet) by Ross Rocklynne; "Priestess of the Sleeping Death" (novelet) by Neil R. Jones; "Invisible Raiders of Venus" by Don Wilcox; "Killer's Turnabout" by William P. McGivern. Features: "The Observatory"; "Odd Science Facts"; "Scientific Mysteries"; "The prophecies of Gizeh"; "Science Quiz"; "Meet the Authors" (Neil R. Jones); "Special 15th Anniversary Issue"; "Discussions"; "Correspondence Corner". Illustrations by J. Allen St. John, Julian S. Krupa, Robert Fuqua, Jay Jackson, Joe Sewell, Dick Shaw, R. Newman, and Guy Hifford. Cartoons by Robert W. Glueckstein and Guy Clifford. Standard wear and tear at edges; creasing. Very Good.
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 AMAZING (ROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS; FESTUS PRAGNELL; RICHARD O. LEWIS; NELSON S. BOND; ROSS ROCKLYNNE; A. R. MCKENZIE; LEROY YERXA; EDWIN BENSON; WILLIAM MCCOWN; ALEXANDER BLADE), Amazing Stories: May 1943
AMAZING (ROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS; FESTUS PRAGNELL; RICHARD O. LEWIS; NELSON S. BOND; ROSS ROCKLYNNE; A. R. MCKENZIE; LEROY YERXA; EDWIN BENSON; WILLIAM MCCOWN; ALEXANDER BLADE)
Amazing Stories: May 1943
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1943. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 17, No. 5. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by H. W. McCauley for "Priestess of the Floating Skull" (pt. 1 of 2) by Edwin Benson. Includes "The Machine" (novelet) by Robert Moore Williams; "Twisted Giant of Mars" (novelet) by Festus Pragnell; "Adam's Eve" by Richard O. Lewis; "The Ordeal of Lancelot Biggs" (novelet) by Nelson S. Bond; "Warrior Queen of Lolarth" (short novel) by Ross Rocklynne; "Juggernaut Jones, Draftee" (novelet) by A. R. McKenzie; "Bridge of Banishment" (novelet) by Leroy Yerxa; "Death in Time" by William McCown; "Scientist of the Air" (true short) by Alexander Blade. Features: "The Observatory"; "What About the Moon?"; "Scientific Mysteries: What Do We Celebrate at Christmas?" by L. Tayler Hansen; "New Use for Vitamin C"; "Nignettes of Famous Scientists"; "Our Range of Attention"; "The People of Ancient Ur"; "The Portoguese 'Man O' War'"; "Oil for the Lamps of Persia"; "The Effects of Pressure"; "Meet the Authors: Edwin Benson"; "Discussions"; "Stories of the Stars"; "Correspondence Corner". Illustrated by Robert Gibson Jones, Robert Fuqua, H. W. McCauley, Malcolm Smith, Julian S. Krupa, and Joe Sewell. Old tape on spine and rear hinges; sticker pull, both covers, upper foredge corner; creasing; standard wear and tear to edges; several pages darkened from heat with tears, about 30 pages, tears to only a few; other page tears, no significant losses.. Fair to Good-.
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 AMAZING (L. TAYLOR HANSEN; A. W. BERNAL; ROSS ROCKLYNNE; NEIL R. JONES; DON WILCOX; WILLIAM P. MCGIVERN), Amazing Stories: April, Apr. 1941
AMAZING (L. TAYLOR HANSEN; A. W. BERNAL; ROSS ROCKLYNNE; NEIL R. JONES; DON WILCOX; WILLIAM P. MCGIVERN)
Amazing Stories: April, Apr. 1941
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1941. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 15, No. 4. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by J. Allen St. John for "Lords of the Underworld" (novel) by L. Taylor Hansen; rear cover art for "A City on Uranus" (feature) by Henry Gade (House Pseud.). Includes "King Arthur's Knight in a Yankee Court" (novelet) by A. W. Bernal; "Big Man" (novelet) by Ross Rocklynne; "Priestess of the Sleeping Death" (novelet) by Neil R. Jones; "Invisible Raiders of Venus" by Don Wilcox; "Killer's Turnabout" by William P. McGivern. Features: "The Observatory"; "Odd Science Facts"; "Scientific Mysteries"; "The prophecies of Gizeh"; "Science Quiz"; "Meet the Authors" (Neil R. Jones); "Special 15th Anniversary Issue"; "Discussions"; "Correspondence Corner". Illustrations by J. Allen St. John, Julian S. Krupa, Robert Fuqua, Jay Jackson, Joe Sewell, Dick Shaw, R. Newman, and Guy Hifford. Cartoons by Robert W. Glueckstein and Guy Clifford. Less than usual wear at edges; minor creasing; tanning; minor stains. Very Good.
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ARROWSMITH, WILLIAM & D. S. CARNE-ROSS, J. P. SULLIVAN & FREDERIC WILL (EDS. )
Arion: A Quarterly Journal of Classical Culture Volume Ii: Number 3. Autumn 1963
University of Texas Press, 1963. Softcover. Rubbing to wraps. Institution stamp on front cover however, no other ex-library markings. ; Contents: Matthew Arnold on Classics and Classicists; Dryden's Aeneid; Greek Theater of Ideas; Ad Pyrrham; Horace as a Love Poet; Aristophanes Thesmophoriazusae; Achilles and Heroic Values; Dream and Vision in Aeschylus' Oresteia. ; Arion: a Quarterly Journal of Classical Culture. Very Good .
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 AMAZING (WILLIAM DELISLE; A. R. MCKENZIE; FRANK PATTON - AKA RAYMOND A. PALMER; THORNTON AYRE - AKA JOHN RUSSELL FEARN; DAVID WRIGHT O'BRIEN; ROSS ROCKLYNNE; FESTUS PRAGNELL; ALEXANDER BLADE), Amazing Stories: September, Sept. 1943
AMAZING (WILLIAM DELISLE; A. R. MCKENZIE; FRANK PATTON - AKA RAYMOND A. PALMER; THORNTON AYRE - AKA JOHN RUSSELL FEARN; DAVID WRIGHT O'BRIEN; ROSS ROCKLYNNE; FESTUS PRAGNELL; ALEXANDER BLADE)
Amazing Stories: September, Sept. 1943
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1943. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 17, No. 9. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover by Robert Gibson Jones for "War Worker 17" by Frank Patton [Raymond A. Palmer]; rear cover art by James B. Settle for "Ship of Jupiter" by Morris J. Steele. Includes "When the Darkness Came" by William DeLisle; "Luvium, The Invincible City" by A. R. McKenzie; "Lunar Vengeance" by Thornton Ayre [John Russell Fearn]; "The Devil's Planet' by David Wright O'Brien; "The Powerful Pipsqueak" by Ross Rocklynne; "Madcap of Mars" by Festus Pragnell. Features: "The Observatory"; "Bone"; "Meet the Authors" highlights Patton [Palmer]; "Told By The Marines"; "Vignettes of Famous Scientists: Joseph Black" by Alexander Blade [? house pseud.]; "Contest Announcements"; "Scientific Mysteries"; "Capsules in First Aid"; "Discussions"; New Ships for Our Side". Illustrated by Julian, Robert Fuqua, H. W. McCauley, J. Allen St. John, Malcolm Smith, and Joe Sewell. Upper rear hinge glue-repaired; edgewear; dealer's mark on cover. Appears VG+. Very Good.
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 FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (DAVID WRIGHT O'BRIEN; WILLIAM P. MCGIVERN; ROSS ROCKLYNNE; THORNTON AYRE - AKA JOHN RUSSELL FEARN; RICHARD O. LEWIS; EDMOND HAMILTON), Fantastic Adventures; January, Jan. 1941 ("the Golden Amazon Returns")
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (DAVID WRIGHT O'BRIEN; WILLIAM P. MCGIVERN; ROSS ROCKLYNNE; THORNTON AYRE - AKA JOHN RUSSELL FEARN; RICHARD O. LEWIS; EDMOND HAMILTON)
Fantastic Adventures; January, Jan. 1941 ("the Golden Amazon Returns")
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1941. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 3, No. 1. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by H. W. McCauley for "The Floating Robot" (novel) by David Wright O'Brien. Includes "The Dynamouse" (novelet) by William P. McGivern; "The Vanishing Witness" by Ross Rocklynne; "The Golden Amazon Returns" (novelet) by Thornton Ayre [John Russell Fearn]; "Dr. Kelton - Body Snatcher" by Richard O. Lewis; "The Horse That Talked" (novelet) by Edmond Hamilton. Features: "The Editor's Notebook"; "Our Lord, The Sun"; "Fantastic Hoaxes" (illustrated feature) by Julius Schwartz and Joe Sewell; "Romance of the Elements"; "Introducing the Author: Thornton Ayre [John Russelll Fearn]"; "Quiz Page"; "Reader's Page"; "Correspondence Corner". Illustrated by H. W. McCauley, Jay Jackson, Robert Fuqua, Julian S. Krupa, R. Newman, and Dick Shaw. Lower foredge corner lacks a small piece; 2.5" closed tear at lower rear cover edge; tanning; creasing; other minor losses. Very Good.
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(ELIOT) BAKER, WILLIAM & ROSS, JOHN.
George Eliot. A Bibliographical History.
Oak Knoll, Newcastle DE 2002. 1st edition. 8vo. xxxix + 676pp. B/w. illustrations. Original blue cloth, d/w. slightly rubbed to edges. ISBN 0712347658
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BAKER, WILLIAM/ROSS, JOHN C.:
George Eliot. A Bibliographical History.
New Castle, Oak Knoll Press 2002. XXXIX, 676 S. Oln. m. Schutzumschlag.
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BAKER, WILLIAM & ROSS, JOHN C
George Eliot - A Bibliographical History
Oak Knoll Pres, Delaware - The British Library, 2002, 1st edition. Cloth, dj, F/F. xl+676pp, 140 b.w illustrations index, a fine copy in a fine dustjacket. New. Hardback with dustjacket. 0712347658
¶ The most comprehensive reference & bibliographic work on the literary career of Mary Ann Evans - better know as George Eliot - avaliable.
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BAKER, WILLIAM & ROSS, JOHN C
George Eliot a Bibliographical History
Oak Knoll British Library 2002. Hardback. Dust jacket. pp. 675 Illustrated. Comphrensive bibliogaphy of first editions and collected editions. v.good (g1e1).
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BAKER, WILLIAM; ROSS, JOHN C.
Harold Pinter: A Bibliographical History
London, The British Library. 2005. (ISBN: 9780712348850). Hardcover. Hardcover. Hardcover spine ends are lightly bumped. A few light marks on page block. Binding is intact, contents are clean and clear. AM. New/As New.
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BAKER, WILLIAM; ROSS, JOHN C.
Harold Pinter: A Bibliographical History
London, The British Library. 2005. (ISBN: 9780712348850). Hardcover. Used, Hardcover. Superficial marks and light scores on jacket. Nick on rear lower edge of jacket. Jacket and hardcover spine feet are bumped. Pages are clean and text is clear throughout. Binding is sound. HJW. Very Good/Very Good.
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BAKER, WILLIAM AND JOHN C ROSS
HAROLD PINTER, A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL HISTORY.
British Library & Oak Knoll Press, 2005. Plates. xl,323pp 8vo boards. A very good sound and clean copy in very good dust jacket.
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BAKER, WILLIAM; ROSS, JOHN C.
Harold Pinter: A Bibliographical History
London, The British Library. 2005. (ISBN: 9780712348850). Hardcover. Hardcover. Hardcover spine ends are lightly bumped. Binding is intact, contents are clean and clear. AM. New/As New.
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 BALCH, WILLIAM MONROE; SKELCHER, JANE LUCILLE; SKELCHER, LUCILLE DETRAZ; ROSS, FRANK E.; TERHUNE, R.W.; COLEMAN, CHRISTOPHER B.; HELDERMAN, LEONARD C.; LYNCH, WILLIAM O., Indiana Magazine of History, December 1938
BALCH, WILLIAM MONROE; SKELCHER, JANE LUCILLE; SKELCHER, LUCILLE DETRAZ; ROSS, FRANK E.; TERHUNE, R.W.; COLEMAN, CHRISTOPHER B.; HELDERMAN, LEONARD C.; LYNCH, WILLIAM O.
Indiana Magazine of History, December 1938
USA, The Department of History of Indiana University. 1938, First Edition. Paperback, 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Pages 393-504. Features: The Education of Linton Usher; Descendants of the Dumonts of Vevay; The Fur Trade of the Ohio Valley; Pioneer Folklore Relative to Snakes; Indiana Historical Society; Social Studies in High School; Danger on Wabash (Vincennes Letters of 1786); Living in a Distracted World, 1914-1920; and more. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Binding intact. A quality vintage copy. Good.
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BUCKINGHAM, WILLIAM; ROSS, GEORGE
The Hon. Alexander Mackenzie His Life and Times
Rose Publ.Co. 1892. Hard Cover. A good hardcover. Spine missing. Top corner and middle of front board chewed. Inside pages are clean. An nice reading copy. Copyright 1892.
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BUCKINGHAM WILLIAM, GEO. W. ROSS
Hon. Alexander Mackenzie, His Life and Times
Toronto, Ont: Rose Publishing Company, 1892. First Edition. Hardcover. Brown hardboards with gilt titles and black illustrations to the cover and spine. First Edition. Very Good. Wear to the extremities, and cover rubbing. The front free end paper is loose, otherwise a tightly bound copy. The interior is unmarked, frontispiece of Mackenzie and one of Mrs. Mackenzie. Black & white plates throughout the book. "A biography of the First Liberal Premier of the Dominion of Canada, Canada's stainless statesman. The writers of Mr. MacKenzie's biography have sought to show the public what manner of man he was"; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 678 pages. Very Good .
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BUCKINGHAM, WILLIAM & ROSS, HON. GEO. W.
The Hon. Alexander Mackenzie His Life and Times
Toronto, Rose Publishing Company (Limited), 1892. 2 portraits frontis, 19 full page b&w. ills and 12 facsimile of Mackenzie's hand-writing.Brown cloth with gilt portrait and black floral design to front cover and gilt titles to spine, 8vo. 9 x 6.5 inches (22.7 x 16.5 cm). Wear to edges and a few small nicks to the top of spine.
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BUCKINGHAM, WILLIAM ; ROSS, GEORGE
The Honorable Alexander Mackenzie - His Life and Times
Toronto, Rose Publishing Co. 1892. hardcover. 23cm, 678p, bright clean copy with some flaking of the gilt in the spine. Near Fine.
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BURTON, WILLIAM H., CLARA BELLE BAKER, AND GRACE K. KEMP; ILLUSTRATIONS BY JANET ROSS AND RAYMON NAYLOR
Meet Our Friends
Sacramento, CA, California State Department of Education, 1954. Hardcover. First printing. Near fine condition in very good boards. No dust jacket. Fifties art, fifties educational approach. Full color illustrations are particularly endearing. 252 pp. .
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CAMERON, WILLIAM WILLIAM ROSS (1893-1971)
Guaymas, Mexico. Harbor.
Guaymas, Mexico: 1964. Watercolor on paper. 5.5 x 8.5 inches. Initialed, titled and dated.
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CAMERON, WILLIAM WILLIAM ROSS (1893-1971)
Marin from Pt. Richmond
San Francisco: 1954 Watercolor. 7.5 x 11.5 inches. Signed lower right. Dated and with place names on cardboard backing.
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