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9780517102190 JOHN CLARK 78967, Illustrated biographical dictionary. More than 7000 entries and over 1200 photographs of the most famous men and women of all time
JOHN CLARK 78967
Illustrated biographical dictionary. More than 7000 entries and over 1200 photographs of the most famous men and women of all time
Gramercy, 1994. Pp: 512. An international listing of famous men and women from all walks of life contains more than seven thousand entries about artists, athletes, criminals, explorers, philosophers, poets, politicians, scientists, writers, and other notables. ISBN: 9780517102190. Cond./Kwaliteit: Goed.
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 ABBEY, EDWARD; MCGUANE, TOM; SILKO, LESLIE MARMON; ZWINGER, ANN; POWELL, LAWRENCE CLARK; STEGNER, WALLACE; LOPEZ, BARRY; WATERS, FRANK; EASTLAKE, WILLIAM; NICHOLS, JOHN; ET AL.,, The 1983 Western Wilderness Calendar.
ABBEY, EDWARD; MCGUANE, TOM; SILKO, LESLIE MARMON; ZWINGER, ANN; POWELL, LAWRENCE CLARK; STEGNER, WALLACE; LOPEZ, BARRY; WATERS, FRANK; EASTLAKE, WILLIAM; NICHOLS, JOHN; ET AL.,
The 1983 Western Wilderness Calendar.
(Salt Lake City): (Dream Garden), (1982). First Edition. The second of the Wilderness calendars, with work by a number of prominent photographers, and text by Edward Abbey, Tom McGuane, Leslie Marmon Silko, Ann Zwinger, Lawrence Clark Powell, Wallace Stegner, Barry Lopez, Frank Waters, William Eastlake, John Nichols, and others. This copy has been signed by Eastlake and Powell, and photographers John Telford, Tom Till, Fred Hirschmann and Chris Wangsgard -- several of the finest and most highly respected photographers of the natural world working today. Fine. Unless otherwise noted, our first editions are first printings.
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ABBOTT, DEAN ERIC, JOHN BETJEMAN, KENNETH CLARK, JOHN POPE HENNESSY, A.L. ROWSE, GEORGE ZARNECKI, ESSAYS
Westminster Abbey
Annenberg School / Doubleday, 1972, First Edition. (ISBN: 0385050569) Book Hardcover , /Very Good, Very good in cloth-covered boards and dust jacket.
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 ANALOG (WILLIAM ROTSLER; TERRY MELEN; BERNARD DEITCHMAN; ALAN BRENNERT; JOE HALDEMAN; GEORGE M. EWING; JOHN W. CLARK), Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: September, Sept. 1974
ANALOG (WILLIAM ROTSLER; TERRY MELEN; BERNARD DEITCHMAN; ALAN BRENNERT; JOE HALDEMAN; GEORGE M. EWING; JOHN W. CLARK)
Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: September, Sept. 1974
NY, Conde Nast. 1974. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XCIV, No.1. Edited by Ben Bova. Cover art by Freas illustrating "The Raven and the Hawk" (novelette) by William Rotsler. Includes "Whale Song" (novelette) by Terry Melen; "All Which It Inherit" (novelette) by Bernard Deitchman; "Touchplate" by Alan Brennert; "The Mazel Tov Revolution" by Joe Haldeman; "Black Fly" by George M. Ewing. Science Fact: "Inside a Neutron Star" by John W. Clark. Reader's Departments: "The Editor's Page: Where Do We Go From?"; "AnaLOG, A Calendar of Upcoming Events"; "Analytical Laboratory"; "In Times to Come"; "The Reference Library" by P. Schuyler Miller; "Brass Tacks". Illustrated by Kelly Freas, Leo Summers, Jack Gaughan, and John Schoenherr. Small cover bump; a little stress. Very Good+.
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Book number: PL193
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ARCHER, JOHN CLARK
Faiths Men Live by
New York, The Roland Press Company. 1958, 2nd Edition. Cloth, 8vo - 9 '' Tall By 11 and 3/4 '' Wide. Hardcover, Binding rubbed and hand soiled with wear to extremities; textblock underlined, good working copy, owner's name and date at top of ffep Lacks dust jacket; 553p. including index. Good.
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Keywords: Religion; Christianity; Buddhism; Hinduism; Shinto

 
ARCHER, JOHN CLARK.
Mystical Elements in Mohammed.
FIRST EDITION. New Haven: Yale University, 1924, 87 pages. Hardbound. A very good copy.
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Book number: 012527
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ARCHER, JOHN CLARK
Mystical Elements in Mohammed
Yale University Press, 1924. hardback. good condition in blue cloth with some wear and no dust jacket -there is a pen name and a couple of tears on the free front end page
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Book number: 77505
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 ARGOSY (GEORGE F. WORTS; RALPH R. PERRY; GEORGE O. NOVILLE; JUDSON P. PHILIPS; TED COPP; EUSTACE L. ADAMS; STOOKIE ALLEN; JOHN WILSACH; J. T. CHAMPION; WILLIAM WARREN, JR.; J. W. HOLDEN; ROBERT CLARK; IRVING WALLACE; HAMPTON J. MEEK; L. R. BURWELL), Argosy Weekly: March, Mar. 21, 1936
ARGOSY (GEORGE F. WORTS; RALPH R. PERRY; GEORGE O. NOVILLE; JUDSON P. PHILIPS; TED COPP; EUSTACE L. ADAMS; STOOKIE ALLEN; JOHN WILSACH; J. T. CHAMPION; WILLIAM WARREN, JR.; J. W. HOLDEN; ROBERT CLARK; IRVING WALLACE; HAMPTON J. MEEK; L. R. BURWELL)
Argosy Weekly: March, Mar. 21, 1936
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co. 1936. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 263, No. 1. Pulp magazine. [Edited by Albert J. Gibner.] Cover art is uncredited for "Mr. Hazeltine - Murderer" (pt. 1 of 6) by George F. Worts. Includes "Shark Trail" (novelette) by Ralph R. Perry; "White Adventure" (true story) by Lt. Comm. George O. Noville; "Madison Square Garden, VI: 'The Big Show" by Judson P. Philips; "The Wildcatter" (pt. 2 of 3) by Ted Copp; "Death Rides the Wind" (pt. 3 of 5) by Eustace L. Adams; "Men of Daring - True Story in Pictures: Jack Abernathy, Wolf Fighter" by Stookie Allen; "Traitor's Shadow" (conclusion) by John Wilsach. Features: "Modern American Massacre" by J. T. Champion; "The Kiss of Death" by William Warren, Jr.; "No More Noise" by J. W. Holden; "Dead Sea Fruit" by Robert Clark; "The Virtuous City" by Irving Wallace; "Science Develops a Frankenstein Insect" by Hampton J. Meek; "Feathered Thief" by L. R. Burwell; "Argonotes"; "Looking Ahead!" Illustrations uncredited. Minor creasing; 1/2" off spine heel. Very Good+.
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 ARGOSY (ROBERT CARSE; EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS; ALEXANDER KEY; HENRY F. CHURCH; GEORGE BRUCE; DALE CLARK; JOHNSTON MCCULLEY; ALBERT DAVID MARX; JOHN ST. JOHN; WALTER KENNICOTT; CHARLES DORMAN), Argosy Weekly: January, Jan. 16, 1937 ("Seven Worlds to Conquer"; "Wench Caravan")
ARGOSY (ROBERT CARSE; EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS; ALEXANDER KEY; HENRY F. CHURCH; GEORGE BRUCE; DALE CLARK; JOHNSTON MCCULLEY; ALBERT DAVID MARX; JOHN ST. JOHN; WALTER KENNICOTT; CHARLES DORMAN)
Argosy Weekly: January, Jan. 16, 1937 ("Seven Worlds to Conquer"; "Wench Caravan")
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co. 1937. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 270, No. 2. Pulp magazine. Cover art by V. E. Pyles for "Sword of the Sahara" (short novel) by Robert Carse. Includes "Seven Worlds to Conquer" (pt. 2 of 6) by Edgar Rice Burroughs; "The Book With the Golden Leaves" by Alexander Key; "Swamp Secret" by Henry F. Church; "Baby Face" (pt. 3 of 4) by George Bruce; "Eye in the Sky" by Dale Clark; "Wench Caravan" (conclusion) by Johnston McCulley; "Right Court Shot" by Albert David Marx; "Lizards with Venom" by John St. John; "Old as the Hills" by Walter Kennicott; "Clover Came Late" by Charles Dorman; "Argonotes"; "Looking Ahead!" Illustrations are uncredited. A little soilig of wraps; tanning; standard wear and tear at edges; short tears at spine ends with loss at head; checkmarks in pencil on contents page. Good to Very Good-.
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 ARGOSY (BENNETT FOSTER; FREDERICK C. PAINTON; DALE CLARK; STOOKIE ALLEN; ARTHUR LEO ZAGAT; HENRY F. CHURCH; ALBERT RICHARD WETJEN; JOHN HAWKINS; W. CHAMBERS WARD), Argosy Weekly: August, Aug. 14, 1937 ("Drink We Deep")
ARGOSY (BENNETT FOSTER; FREDERICK C. PAINTON; DALE CLARK; STOOKIE ALLEN; ARTHUR LEO ZAGAT; HENRY F. CHURCH; ALBERT RICHARD WETJEN; JOHN HAWKINS; W. CHAMBERS WARD)
Argosy Weekly: August, Aug. 14, 1937 ("Drink We Deep")
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co. 1937. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 275, No. 2. Pulp magazine. [Edited by Chandler H. Whipple.] Cover art by Emmett Watson for "Trails West" (pt. 1 of 6) by Bennett Foster. Includes "Resurrection in Paris" (novelet) by Frederick C. Painton; "Swindle School" by Dale Clark; "Men of Daring: Tom Gill - Forester De Lux" (True Story in Pictures) by Stookie Allen; "Drink We Deep" (pt. 3 of 6) by Arthur Leo Zagat; "Meat for the Grinder" by Henry F. Church; "Birthright" by Albert Richard Wetjen; "Strike" (pt. 5 of 6) by John Hawkins; "Steel Men Die Hard" by W. Chambers Ward; "Argonotes"; "Looking Ahead!" Upper front hinge glue-mend; slight roll; tanned. Very Good-.
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 ASTOUNDING (ROSS ROCKLYNNE; P. SCHUYLER MILLER; A. MACFAYDEN, JR.; JOHN D. CLARK, PH.D.; ERIC FRANK RUSSELL; RAY ROONEY; NELSON S. BOND; WARNER VAN LORNE), Astounding Stories: April, Apr. 1937
ASTOUNDING (ROSS ROCKLYNNE; P. SCHUYLER MILLER; A. MACFAYDEN, JR.; JOHN D. CLARK, PH.D.; ERIC FRANK RUSSELL; RAY ROONEY; NELSON S. BOND; WARNER VAN LORNE)
Astounding Stories: April, Apr. 1937
NY, Street & Smith. 1937. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XIX, No. 2. Pulp magazine. [Edited by F. Orlin Tremaine.] Cover art by Brown for "Water for Mars" (novel) by Ross Rocklynne. Includes "Sands of Time" (novel) by P. Schuyler Miller; "The Endless Chain" (novelette) by A. Macfayden; "Minus Planet" (novelette) by John D. Clark; "The Great Radio Peril" by Eric Frank Russell; "The Eye of Madness" by Ray Rooney; "Down the Dimensions" (1st SF publication) by Nelson S. Bond; "Winter on the Planet" by Warner van Lorne (F. Orlin Tremaine). Science Features: "Beyond the Life Line" by John W. Campbell, Jr.; "A Talking Hill" by Battell Loomis. Readers' Departments: "Editors' Page: What Is Interest?"; "Science DIcussions". Illustrated by Wesso, Dold, Binder, Thompson. Bump at upper foredge corner has caused many pages to have corner losses at same; contents page half-loose and chipped at edges; mild spine damsptain. Good+ to Very Good-.
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Keywords: Science Fiction Pulps Pulp Magazine Magazines Periodicals

 ASTOUNDING (ROSS ROCKLYNNE; P. SCHUYLER MILLER; A. MACFAYDEN, JR.; JOHN D. CLARK, PH.D.; ERIC FRANK RUSSELL; RAY ROONEY; NELSON S. BOND; WARNER VAN LORNE), Astounding Stories: April, Apr. 1937
ASTOUNDING (ROSS ROCKLYNNE; P. SCHUYLER MILLER; A. MACFAYDEN, JR.; JOHN D. CLARK, PH.D.; ERIC FRANK RUSSELL; RAY ROONEY; NELSON S. BOND; WARNER VAN LORNE)
Astounding Stories: April, Apr. 1937
NY, Street & Smith. 1937. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XIX, No. 2. Pulp magazine. [Edited by F. Orlin Tremaine.] Cover art by Brown for "Water for Mars" (novel) by Ross Rocklynne. Includes "Sands of Time" (novel) by P. Schuyler Miller; "The Endless Chain" (novelette) by A. Macfayden; "Minus Planet" (novelette) by John D. Clark; "The Great Radio Peril" by Eric Frank Russell; "The Eye of Madness" by Ray Rooney; "Down the Dimensions" (1st SF publication) by Nelson S. Bond; "Winter on the Planet" by Warner van Lorne (F. Orlin Tremaine). Science Features: "Beyond the Life Line" by John W. Campbell, Jr.; "A Talking Hill" by Battell Loomis. Readers' Departments: "Editors' Page: What Is Interest?"; "Science DIcussions". Illustrated by Wesso, Dold, Binder, Thompson. Dampstains; spine tears with small losses; creasing. Solid and readable. Good.
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Keywords: Science Fiction Pulps Pulp Magazine Magazines Periodicals

 ASTOUNDING (JACK WILLIAMSON; NORMAN L. KNIGHT; NAT SCHACHNER; ROSS ROCKLYNNE; R. R. WINTERBOTHAM; FRANK BELKNAP LONG, JR.; OLIVER SAARI; JOHN D. CLARK, PH.D; JOHN W. CAMPBELL, JR.; R. D. SWISHER, PH.D.), Astounding Stories: August, Aug. 1937
ASTOUNDING (JACK WILLIAMSON; NORMAN L. KNIGHT; NAT SCHACHNER; ROSS ROCKLYNNE; R. R. WINTERBOTHAM; FRANK BELKNAP LONG, JR.; OLIVER SAARI; JOHN D. CLARK, PH.D; JOHN W. CAMPBELL, JR.; R. D. SWISHER, PH.D.)
Astounding Stories: August, Aug. 1937
NY, Street & Smith. 1937. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XIX, No. 6. [Edited by F. Orlin Tremaine.] Cover by Brown for "Crystallized Thought" (novel) by Nat Schachner. Includes "Released Entropy" (pt. 1 of 2) by Jack Williamson; "Frontier of the Unknown" (pt. 2 of 2) by Norman L. Knight; "Jupiter Trap" (novelette) by Ross Rocklynne; "Specialization" by R. R. Winterbotham; "Temporary Warp" by Frank Belknap Long; "The Time Bender" by Oliver Saari; "Space Blister" by John D. Clark, Ph.D. Science Features: "Smallpox of Space" by John W. Campbell, Jr.; "What Are Positrons?" by R. D. Swisher, Ph.D. Readers' Departments: "Editor's Pge"; "Science Discussions". Illustrated by Wesso, Dold, Thomson, Schneeman, and Hopper. Rear cover and spine panel are xerox copies; binding holes and a little front hinge scarring. Fair to Good+.
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Keywords: Science Fiction Pulps Science Fiction Pulps

 ASTOUNDING (JACK WILLIAMSON; NORMAN L. KNIGHT; NAT SCHACHNER; ROSS ROCKLYNNE; R. R. WINTERBOTHAM; FRANK BELKNAP LONG, JR.; OLIVER SAARI; JOHN D. CLARK, PH.D; JOHN W. CAMPBELL, JR.; R. D. SWISHER, PH.D.), Astounding Stories: August, Aug. 1937
ASTOUNDING (JACK WILLIAMSON; NORMAN L. KNIGHT; NAT SCHACHNER; ROSS ROCKLYNNE; R. R. WINTERBOTHAM; FRANK BELKNAP LONG, JR.; OLIVER SAARI; JOHN D. CLARK, PH.D; JOHN W. CAMPBELL, JR.; R. D. SWISHER, PH.D.)
Astounding Stories: August, Aug. 1937
NY, Street & Smith. 1937. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XIX, No. 6. [Edited by F. Orlin Tremaine.] Cover by Brown for "Crystallized Thought" (novel) by Nat Schachner. Includes "Released Entropy" (pt. 1 of 2) by Jack Williamson; "Frontier of the Unknown" (pt. 2 of 2) by Norman L. Knight; "Jupiter Trap" (novelette) by Ross Rocklynne; "Specialization" by R. R. Winterbotham; "Temporary Warp" by Frank Belknap Long; "The Time Bender" by Oliver Saari; "Space Blister" by John D. Clark, Ph.D. Science Features: "Smallpox of Space" by John W. Campbell, Jr.; "What Are Positrons?" by R. D. Swisher, Ph.D. Readers' Departments: "Editor's Pge"; "Science Discussions". Illustrated by Wesso, Dold, Thomson, Schneeman, and Hopper. Several old tape mends ro hinges, spine ends and edge tears; creasing; tanning; store stamp on cover; short tears; a little soiling. Good.
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ATKINSON, THOMAS DINHAM; JOHN WILLIS CLARK.
Cambridge Described & Illustrated: being a short history of the town and university.
London: Macmillan and Co. Cambridge: Macmillan and Bowes, 1897. 8vo. xxxvii[iii], 528pp, steel-engraved frontis with spotted and creased tissue-guard, 28 further steel-engraved plates with spotted guards, 112 text illustrations, 2 folding maps at rear. Original decorated navy cloth gilt, teg o/w uncut. Extremes rubbed with wear to tips, corners and lower joint; spine darkened; cloth lightly soiled and spotted; hinges easing; very light occasional spotting to text.
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Book number: 33200
GBP 52.20 [Appr.: EURO 60.25 US$ 71.56 | JP¥ 7848]
Catalogue: Local History
Keywords: Local History Eastern England

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