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[HARRY J. GRAY] DORIS C. O'NEIL
Life; The Second Decade 1946-1955
Published by Little, Brown and Company Ltd., First Edition 1984. First edition hard back binding in publisher's original black cloth covers, silver title lettering to the spine. Folio 13½'' x 10''. Contains 200 pages of captioned monochrome photographs throughout. Fine condition book in near Fine condition dust wrapper with just a little crinkling of the paper to the tips and corners. ISBN 0821215817
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 ALEX TOTH, GRAY MORROW, J S STRNAD, MIKE VOSBURG, KEN BARR, ERNIE COLON, Hot Stuf' No. 4
ALEX TOTH, GRAY MORROW, J S STRNAD, MIKE VOSBURG, KEN BARR, ERNIE COLON
Hot Stuf' No. 4
Brooklyn, NY: Sal Quartuccio, 1977. First Edition; First Printing. Softcover. Very Good in wraps. ; Original binding. All domestic orders shipped protected in a Box..
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Book number: 119226
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ALSTON, E.R., GRAY, R., CAMERON, P., RAMSAY, J. & STIRTON, J.
Notes on the fauna and flora of the west of Scotland
Glasgow: Blackie & Son, 1876.1st edition.Bubble cloth, gilt title on spine.V.g./No Jacket.Spine sunned.No inscriptions.The bulk of this book is botanical, with sections on lichens and fungi as well as plants.Mainly a series of species lists, with brief details of frequency of occurrence and sites where encountered.Compiled by the Glasgow Society of Field Naturalists for delegates to the September 1876 meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science in Glasgow. In English.1 kg.
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 ANDERSON, THOMAS (1832-1870); ARCHER, WILLIAM (1830-1897); BABINGTON, C[HARLES]. C[ARDALE]. (1808-1895); BENTHAM, GEORGE (1800-1884); GRAY, ASA (1810-1888); HOGG, JOHN (1800-1869); HOOKER, J[OSEPH]. D[ALTON]. (1817-1911); LOWE, R[ICHARD]. T[HOMAS]. (1802-, JOURNAL Of The PROCEEDINGS Of The LINNEAN SOCIETY. BOTANY. Vol. V; [Bound with] Supplement to Vol. V - Botany. Florula Adenensis. A Systematic Account, with Descriptions, of the Flowering Plants Hitherto Found at Aden.[by] Thomas Anderson, Esq.; Second Supplement to Vol. V - Botany.  Containing Notes on Aurantiaceæ by Daniel Oliver, Esq. and on Menispermaceæ, Tiliaceæ, Bixaceæ, and Samydaceæ. By George Bentham, Esq.; [and] Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London
ANDERSON, THOMAS (1832-1870); ARCHER, WILLIAM (1830-1897); BABINGTON, C[HARLES]. C[ARDALE]. (1808-1895); BENTHAM, GEORGE (1800-1884); GRAY, ASA (1810-1888); HOGG, JOHN (1800-1869); HOOKER, J[OSEPH]. D[ALTON]. (1817-1911); LOWE, R[ICHARD]. T[HOMAS]. (1802-
JOURNAL Of The PROCEEDINGS Of The LINNEAN SOCIETY. BOTANY. Vol. V; [Bound with] Supplement to Vol. V - Botany. Florula Adenensis. A Systematic Account, with Descriptions, of the Flowering Plants Hitherto Found at Aden.[by] Thomas Anderson, Esq.; Second Supplement to Vol. V - Botany. Containing Notes on Aurantiaceæ by Daniel Oliver, Esq. and on Menispermaceæ, Tiliaceæ, Bixaceæ, and Samydaceæ. By George Bentham, Esq.; [and] Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London
London: "Sold at the Society's Apartments, Burlington House; and by Longman, Green, Longmans And Roberts, and William And Norgate, 1861. 1st Edition. Period binding, stamped in gilt to back strip, black ink stain to all edges. iv, 200; xxiv, 47, [1 (blank)]; [2], 99, [1 (blank)]; lvi, [1 (blank)] pp. Illustrated with hand-colored lithographs (with light green ink only) by W[alter]. [Hood] Fitch (1817-1892). 8-1/2" x 5-7/8". A VG copy. Boards and edges are rubbed/(scuffed), some tears to the paper wrapped boards (especially lower board and corners), some soiling to boards and back strip, blue ink inscription to ffep - possible previous signature, some soiling to end papers (particularly to fore-edge), embossed library stamp to head of "List of Papers" (a.k.a. table of contents), age toning to leaves, water damage to fore-edge of leaves as well as a bit to tail -going towards middle of leaves, water damage is most noticeable on the leaves with illustrations (see photos), some light chipping and creasing to lower corner of last few leaves, overall internally clean and bright. Thomas Anderson "studied medicine at the University of Edinburgh, graduating with an MD in 1853. While at University he became interested in botany, and earned a gold medal for the best local collection of plants, and assisted in arranging the Indian herbarium. In 1854 he entered the Bengal medical service, and went to Calcutta. Subsequently he went to Delhi, where he was actively engaged during the mutiny, returning to Calcutta in 1858. His health failing, he came home, and, the steamer being detained at Aden for some days, he made an interesting collection of the plants of that region, upon which he based his ‘Florula Adenensis,’ published in 1860." [wiki]. Walter Fitch was a botanical illustrator from Scotland. Fitch's illustration have appeared in Curtis's Botanical Magazine, most publications issued by Royal Botanical Gardens Kew, George Bentham's 'Handbook of the British Flora', James Bateman's "A Monograph of Odontoglossum" and William Hooker's "A century of Orchidaceous Plants". "Fitch was made a fellow of the Linnean Society in 1857." [wiki]. The previous owner inscription reads "Skipper Kent 1953". Skipper Kent was a restauranteur in the San Francisco Bay Area, owning Zombie Village in Oakland and Skipper Kent's in San Francisco. These "tiki" inspired restaurants were his pride and joy as he was already and avid collector of Polynesian art and artifacts. Kent was also an avid orchid collector, so we suspect this was in his library at one time, with his interest in botany. The embossed library stamp comes from the library of Herman Knoche (1870-1945). Knoche was born in San Jose, California and studied botany at Stanford University. He moved to France to further his studies at University of Montpellier; his particular interest was island vegetation.
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 ANDREW GRAY, VINCENT J. BLYTH AND JAMES S. DUNLOP., On the Effects of Changes of Temperature on the Elasticities and Internal Viscosity of Metal Wires. A rare original article from the Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, 1900.
ANDREW GRAY, VINCENT J. BLYTH AND JAMES S. DUNLOP.
On the Effects of Changes of Temperature on the Elasticities and Internal Viscosity of Metal Wires. A rare original article from the Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, 1900.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, 1900, Vol 67. 1900. First Edition, Disbound. Very Good Condition. 18 pages, textual figures. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or copy. Size: Octavo. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Royal Society of London; Inventory No: 186883.
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Keywords: BZDB395 Royal Society of London; On the Effects of Changes of Temperature on the Elasticities and Internal Viscosity of Metal Wires A rare original article from the Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1900 Andrew Gray Vincent J Blyth and James S Du

 ARGOSY (LOUIS C. GOLDSMITH; WILLIAM GRAY BEYER; CRAWFORD SULLIVAN; RICHARD SALE; J. J. DES ORMEAUX; W. C. TUTTLE), Argosy Weekly: September, Sept. 7, 1940 ("Minions of Mercury")
ARGOSY (LOUIS C. GOLDSMITH; WILLIAM GRAY BEYER; CRAWFORD SULLIVAN; RICHARD SALE; J. J. DES ORMEAUX; W. C. TUTTLE)
Argosy Weekly: September, Sept. 7, 1940 ("Minions of Mercury")
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co. 1940. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 301, No. 6. Contents list on cover. Includes "Wings for Yankee Doodle" (novelet) by Louis C. Goldsmith; "Minions of Mercury" (pt. 2 of 5) by William Gray Beyer; "F.O.B. Disaster" (novelet) by Crawford Sullivan; "Destination Unknown" (pt. 4 of 5) by Richard Sale; "Dynamite Bayou" by J. J. des Ormeaux; "Buckshot for Henry" (pt. 3 of 3) by W. C. Tuttle. Name on cover; letter "J" (small) on 1st page. Very Good+.
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Keywords: Adventure, Action, Fantasy, Horror, Mystery, Science Fiction Pulps

 ARGOSY (LOUIS C. GOLDSMITH; WILLIAM GRAY BEYER; CRAWFORD SULLIVAN; RICHARD SALE; J. J. DES ORMEAUX; W. C. TUTTLE), Argosy Weekly: September, Sept. 7, 1940 ("Minions of Mercury")
ARGOSY (LOUIS C. GOLDSMITH; WILLIAM GRAY BEYER; CRAWFORD SULLIVAN; RICHARD SALE; J. J. DES ORMEAUX; W. C. TUTTLE)
Argosy Weekly: September, Sept. 7, 1940 ("Minions of Mercury")
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co. 1940. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 301, No. 6. Contents list on cover. Includes "Wings for Yankee Doodle" (novelet) by Louis C. Goldsmith; "Minions of Mercury" (pt. 2 of 5) by William Gray Beyer; "F.O.B. Disaster" (novelet) by Crawford Sullivan; "Destination Unknown" (pt. 4 of 5) by Richard Sale; "Dynamite Bayou" by J. J. des Ormeaux; "Buckshot for Henry" (pt. 3 of 3) by W. C. Tuttle. Rear cover stains and tape; pencil marks on front; tanning; edgewear; minor other stains. Good to Very Good-.
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JANE AUSTEN, DONALD J. GRAY
Pride and Prejudice: an Authoritative Text, Backgrounds, Reviews and Essays in Criticism.
Norton Critical Editions, 1966. Good. Paperback, Light pencil underlining and marginal notes in first section, otherwise clean, tight. 450 pages. Several cover creases. Out-of-print and antiquarian booksellers since 1933.
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Keywords: Literary Criticism, Jane Austen

 
GRAY J.E.B.
Indian Tales and Legends
Oxford University Press, 1961. 1st edn. 8vo. Original gilt lettered light grey cloth (top edge dust stained and partly spotted, spine a little faded, small stain on rear free endpaper - otherwise VG), dustwrapper (VG in protective cover, not price clipped). Pp. viii + 230, illus by Joan Kiddell-Monroe with coloured pictorial endpapers, coloured plates and b&w drawings in text (some light pencil annotations). .
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Book number: 149596
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Keywords: Literature childrens

0226033996 BACH, IRA J.; GRAY, MARY LACKRITZ, A Guide to Chicago's Public Sculpture
BACH, IRA J.; GRAY, MARY LACKRITZ
A Guide to Chicago's Public Sculpture
, University of Chicago Press, 1983. . Paperback. . Unmarked text. The number "114" is written in ink on front end page. Sun lines on cover. Introduction by Franz Schulze. The most comprehensive guide available when published. Examines more than 200 works. Includes maps and black/white images. Bibliography. Index. 379p. Measures 4.5x8 inches.. . ISBN: 0226033996. Good
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Catalogue: Sculpture
Keywords: Public Art, Chicago Art, Public Sculpture, Installations, Chicago Loop, Grant Park, Hyde Park, Monumental Sculpture, 20th Century Chicago, American Studies 0226033996

 
BALLANTYNE, C.K. & J.M. GRAY (EDS.)
The Quaternary of Scotland. Reviews in honour of J.B. Sissons.
1984. Quaternary Science Reviews 3-4; pp. 257-432, many figs. Orig. wrps.
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Book number: 28928
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BENNETT,J.A.W. AND DOUGLAS GRAY
Middle English Literature 1100-1400
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1990. First Edition 2nd Impression. Hardcover. 8vo - over 5¾" - 6'' Tall. This is a Fine Copy of this book in publisher's black cloth with gilt title lettering to spine,in a Fine Dust-Jacket that has NO chips or tears to the outer edges of the dust-jacket.Not price clipped.This copy was acquired from the impressive private library of Film Director Roy Ward Baker who started in the film industry as a general gofar but worked his way up to the level of as assistant director on Alfred Hitchcock's The Lady Vanishes (1938).He served in the Army during World War II, transferring to the Army Kinematograph Unit in 1943. One of his superiors at the time was novelist Eric Ambler who insisted on Baker being given his first big break directing The October Man, from an Ambler screenplay, in 1947.Ambler also adapted Walter Lord's A Night to Remember for Baker's 1958 screen version.His next two films, The Weaker Sex and Paper Orchid (1949) were popular but overshadowed by the success of Morning Departure (1950), also featuring John Mills.Baker worked for three years at Fox where he directed Marilyn Monroe in Don't Bother to Knock 1952. He returned to the UK in 1953 and continued to work on films.He worked for television during the 1960s. He directed episodes of The Avengers, The Saint, The Persuaders and Minder.The book has a firm binding with no hinge weakness.Great copy 8vo 496pp First Edition 2nd Impression. Fine .
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Book number: 57909
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BENNETT, J.A.W.; GRAY, DOUGLAS
Middle English Literature 1100-1400.
Oxford, Clarendon Press (Oxford University Press), 1990. hardcover with dustjacket, XI, 496 pp.. ISBN: 0198122284
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BENNETT, J. A. W.; GRAY, DOUGLAS (ED.)
Middle English Literature (The Oxford History of English Literature)
Oxford, Clarendon Press. 1986. (ISBN: 9780198122142). Hardcover. Used, Hardcover with jacket in very good condition. Jacket spine is sunned, without affecting text. Jacket and hardcover front upper leading corners are bumped. Page block is lightly marked. Pages are clean and text is clear throughout. HCW. Very Good.
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Keywords: 9780198122142

 
BENNETT, J.A.W. / GRAY, DOUGLAS:
Middle English Literature. Oxford History of English Literature. Volume1 Part 2. Edited and completed by Douglas Gray.
Clarendon Press. Oxford. 1986 Size 5.75 x 8.75 inches. In dark blue cloth covers with gilt to spine. With illustrated dustwrapper. In very good condition with very good dustwrapper (dw; spine slightly faded. Small chip to back corner. Not price clipped). A clean and tight copy. 496pp. A comprehensive and authoritative study of English literature from the Owl and the Nightingale to Piers Plowman.
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Book number: 73765
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Keywords: Literature::Literary Criticism

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