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 AMAZING (CHRISTOPHER ANVIL; ROBERT TAYLOR; WILLIAM ROTSLER; BRUCE PALEY; BOB SHAW; FRANK R. PAUL), Amazing Stories: July 1972 ("Other Days, Other Eyes")
AMAZING (CHRISTOPHER ANVIL; ROBERT TAYLOR; WILLIAM ROTSLER; BRUCE PALEY; BOB SHAW; FRANK R. PAUL)
Amazing Stories: July 1972 ("Other Days, Other Eyes")
NY, Ultimate Publishing. 1972. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 45, No. 2. Edited by Ted White. Cover art by Todd & Bode. Includes "The Unknown" (novella) by Christopher Anvil; "Freedom Across the Water" (novelette) by Robert Taylor; "There's a Special Kind Needed Out There" (novelette) by William Rotsler; "Smileaway" by Bruce Paley; "Other Days, Other Eyes" (pt. 2 of 2) by Bob Shaw. Portfolio: Frank R. Paul's illustrations for Hugo Gernsback's "Ralph 124C41+". New Features: "Editorial"; "The Club House" by John D. Perry; "Or So You Say". Illustrated by Billy Graham, Dave Cockrum, Mike Kaluta, and Michael Hinge. Creasing, edge and corner nicks and wear; tanned; minor stress. Very Good-.
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Book number: PQ1273
USD 3.50 [Appr.: EURO 3.25 | £UK 3 | JP 515]
Catalogue: Magazines
Keywords: Science Fiction Magazine TW Science Fiction Magazines

 
Basil Blackwell, Gerald Gould, G Wren Howard, Charles Nowell, F R Richardson, D Kilham Roberts, H Scheurmier, Frank Swinnerton, W G Taylor, J Ainslie Thin, Stanley Unwin, and J G Wilson
The Book World. A New Survey
London: Thomas Nelson & Sons, [1935]. 8vo. [232 pp.]. Very Good. Hard covers. Red cloth covers with shelf wear. Deckled pages. Previous owner's name on front plate, dated 1943. .
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Book number: 18-0214
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Catalogue: Books

 
BROWN, FRANK CHOUTEAU; ROGERS, MEYRIC R.; BAXTER, SYLVESTER; CORNELIUS, CHARLES OVER; BOYD, JOHN TAYLOR JR.; BULLOCK, ALBERT E.
The Architectural Record, Vol, XLVI, No. 6, December [Dec. ] 1919, Serial No. 255 - the Residence of J. Harleston Parker, Esq. , Boston, Mass.
New York: The Architectural Record Company, 1919. First Edition. Single Issue Magazine. Illustrated by Byne, Arthur. 497-592, [8] index, 170 ads, pages. Profusely illustrated with black and white photos and drawings. Printed upon glossy stock. The many pages of ads include an abundance of nostalgic photos and illustrations. Features: The Residence of J. Harleston Parker, Esq, Boston, Mass. - of the firm of Parker, Thomas & Rice, Architects; A Study in Museum Planning; The Latero-Sectional Models of Bellows & Aldrich; War Memorials, Part I - Community Houses for Towns and Small Cities; Some Principles of Small House Design, Part II - Design of the Plot of Land (continued); English Architectural Decoration, Part XI; Portfolio of Current Architecture; Notes and Comments. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue.; 4to - over 9" - 12" tall; Architecture, J. Harleston Parker, Boston, Parker Thomas & Rice, Architects, Museum Planning, Latero-Sectional Models, Bellows & Aldrich, War Memorials, Community Houses for Towns and Small Cities, Small House Design, Design of the Plot of Land, English A. Good .
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Book number: 459h5003
USD 350.00 [Appr.: EURO 324.75 | £UK 278 | JP 51478]
Keywords: . & Latero Sectional & Back Issues

 
CABLE,GEORGE WASHINGTON ; WILLIAM PITTENGER; ADOLPHUS E RICHARDS; BASIL WILSON DUKE; ORLANDO BOLIVAR WILLCOX; THOMAS H HINES; FRANK E MORAN; W H SHELTON; JOHN TAYLOR WOOD;
FAMOUS ADVENTURES AND PRISON ESCAPES OF THE CIVIL WAR;
New York, The Century Co.. 1893, First Edition. Hardcover, 8vo. Book, orig. 2 tone gilt cover, gilt spine, t.e.g. pp. 338 , illustrated, frontispiece, numerous black & white illustrations, edge wear, damage to top of spine, small ink stamp of former owner on the front free end-paper, ink sig of former owner across center of title page, tight, clean internally.CONTENTS; War diary of a Union woman in the South / ed. by G.W. Cable -- Locomotive chase in Georgia / by W. Pittenger -- Mosby's "Partizan rangers" / by A.E. Richards -- Romance of Morgan's roughriders: The raid / by B.W. Duke. Capture / by O.B. Willcox -- Excape / by T.H. Hines -- Colonel Rose's tunnel at Libby prison / by F.E. Moran -- Hard road to travel out of Dixie / by W.H. Shelton -- Escape of General Breckenridge / by J.T. Wood. Good/No Dust Jacket.
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Book number: MT_0518
USD 45.00 [Appr.: EURO 41.75 | £UK 35.75 | JP 6619]
Catalogue: Military
Keywords: Civil War, Us Military, Americana, Prisons, Americana, Breckinridge, John C. -- (John Cabell), -- 1821-1875,Libby Prison. , Confederate States of America. -- Army -- Prisons. United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal Narratives. , Unite

 
Caldwell, Taylor; Frank, Joachim A.
Die Turnbulls
"Lesespuren-leicht nachgedunkelt- akzeptabel - gebraucht
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Book number: BU070948
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Catalogue: Varia

 
CARTER, BURNHAM; TRAIN, ARTHUR; ANNETT, R. ROSS; STILES, BERT; BESS, DEMAREE; MCCARDLE, CARL W.; TAYLOR, FRANK J.; BEALL, JACK; MOVINS, GERALD; SHORT, LUKE; YOUNG, GORDON RAY
The Saturday Evening Post, April [Apr. ] 4, 1942 - Total War Volume 214, Number 40
Philadelphia: The Curtis Publishing Company, 1942. First Edition. Single Issue Magazine. Illustrated by Crockwell, Douglass. Features: Our Next Two Years - What total war will demand of every American; The Terrible-Tempered Dr. Albert Coombs Barnes - how to buy an Old Master at bargain-counter rates, with color photos (third of four articles); Booster No. 1 - Donald Kirk Thomas is managing director of the All-Year Club of Southern California; Plush-Covered Cactus - Texas' Tom Connolly, first member of Congress to shed his blood in WWII, fights to keep this 'America's War'. Stories: Home is the Sailor; Captain Tutt, Ahoy!; Joseph's Coat; The Ranger Meets the Family; Ride the Man Down; Tall in the Saddle. Pepsodent Powder ad features photos of Jack and Alan, the Sampson Twins of Norwood Park, Illinois. Nice one-page color-illustrated ad for Diamond T Trucks features scene of tandem truck in military service painted by Frederic Tellander. Nice back cover color Coke ad features lovely dame in lavender dress. Complete, clean and unmarked with light wear. A very well-preserved copy of this nostalgic issue.; Cover Art; Folio. Very Good .
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Book number: 143j0113
USD 395.00 [Appr.: EURO 366.5 | £UK 313.75 | JP 58096]
Keywords: All Year Issues

 
DAWSON, ANNE; TAYLOR, ANNE; GORMAN, NORMAN; NORDIN, HENRY; GOOD, EWART; PEARSON, FRANK; VERBIWSKI, BARRY; ET AL
100 (One Hundred) Years of History - Rockwood Municipality [Manitoba Local History]
Stonewall, Manitoba: Rockwood Municipality History, 1982. First Edition. Hardcover. ISBN: 0889253595. 445 pages including index. The Municipality of Rockwood, in its present size, was formed in 1880. As the one hundredth year of its existence approached, this work was envisioned to pay tribute to the many who helped build and maintain the various communities within the municipality. Chapters as follows: Natural and Cultural History: Story of the R.M. of Rockwood; Area Histories; Post Offices; Agriculture; Transportation; Local Industry; Churches; Schools; Lodges; Music in Balmoral Area; Hospitals; War Years; Family Histories; Short Stories; Photograph Section. Contents clean, bright and unmarked. Black and white illustrations throughout. Very light wear to attractively decorated green boards. Wonderful copy. Hackett (2) 730.; 4to - over 9" - 12" tall; 100 Years of History - Rockwood Municipality Centennial Manitoba History Settlers Pioneers Genealogy Natural and Cultural History: the R.M. of Rockwood; Area Histories; Post Offices; Agriculture; Transportation; Local Industry; Churches; Schools; Lodges;. Fine .
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Book number: 83700750
USD 295.00 [Appr.: EURO 273.75 | £UK 234.25 | JP 43388]
Keywords: 0889253595 100

 
FAULKNER, WILLIAM; MARMUR, JACLAND; JAMESON, COLIN G.; LAMSON, DAVID; TREAT, IDA; BRANDT, KARL;WILLIAM D.; MACINNES, HELEN; SHORT, LUKE; MEANY, TOM; LAWTON, DR. GEORGE; ZOLOTOW, MAURICE; TAYLOR, FRANK J.; BAYLES
The Saturday Evening Post, May 9, 1942 - Fifteen Lies Hitler Wants You to Believe / the Plight of the West Coast Japanese Volume 214, Number 45
Philadelphia: The Curtis Publishing Company, 1942. First Edition. Single Issue Magazine. Illustrated by Calvert, W.W.; Reid, Robert O.. Features: William Faulkner's short story "The Bear"; Hunger Won't Beat the Axis - Karl Brandt describes Germany's design for eating; Tenth Man on a Ball Club - Al Schacht of the New York Yankees tells you what a third-base coach does and why; What Hitler Wants You to Think - do you believe the 15 lies Hitler wants you to believe? - "the most interesting and penetrating word picture ever written on how Hitler is waging psychological war on the American people"; Not Quite Heaven - Providing real homes for the aged; Headaches of a Headwaiter - How Albert, Headwaiter of the Hurricane, the largest night club on Broadway, separates the drips from the drunks, the cheats from the chumps, etc.; The People Nobody Wants - An on-the-spot observer tells what happened in the lives of more than 100,000 Japanese when they were ordered out of the Pacific Coast Combat Zone; War Slang. Short Stories: The Skipper's Flag; A Plague upon You, Mrs. B.; A Girl Can Remember; Escape from Djibouti; Assignment in Brittany (part 2 of 8); Ride the Man Down (part 6 of 7). One-page Philco ad with illustration by Herbert Johnson shows Uncle Sam slamming Hitler with an upper cut. Half-page color-photo Canada Dry ad features Binnie Barnes, Frances Langford, Edward Norris and Lee Bennett. Artistic color Chesterfield cigarette ad inside back cover features reflection of Rita Hayworth in cigarette case mirror. Complete, clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Chip from lower corner of back cover. A quality vintage copy of this fascinating WWII-era issue.; Cover Photo; Folio. Very Good .
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Book number: 143j0115
USD 595.00 [Appr.: EURO 552 | £UK 472.5 | JP 87512]
Catalogue: Hitler
Keywords: Takeo Yuchi Onion King Food Supply Third Base Nazi Propaganda Old Folks Literature History Issues

 
Fawtier, Robert. Moses Tyson. Frank Taylor
Hand List of Charters, Deeds, and Similar Documents in the Possession of John Rylands Library. I. Documents of which the provenance has been ascertained. With an index of names of persons and places. II & III Miscellaneous Documents aquired by gift of purchase with index.
Manchester: The University Press, 1925/1935/1937. Variosly Paginated. Library maroon calf gilt 1/4 style with matching maroon cloth sides, uncut. 27 cm x 18 cm. Ex library copy with usual evidence. Random rubbing with loss to spine, minor loss to spine head, occasional minor marks to cloth, contents lightly age browned.
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Book number: 34407
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FLEMING, ANNE TAYLOR; SHERATON, MIMI; GEORGE, GAIL AND PHILIP; MCFADDEN, MARY; LORING, JOHNCLAIBORNE, CRAIG; PRIAL, FRANK
The New York Times Magazine - Entertaining at Home - Fall Food & Wine Issue, October (Oct. ) 28 1979 - Cover Photo of Gustave Reininger and Margit Pearson
New York: The New York Times & Arno Press, 1979. First Edition. Single Issue Magazine. Illustrated by Wynn, Dan (cover);. 112 pages. Features: The Liberated Cook; The Personal Touch; A Bit of Mexico in Manhattan; Unique Chic; Banquet on a Budget; Eclectic Elegance; How to Cook the Ideal Meal; Buying Wine Wisely; Stocking a Bar; Dining Decor; The Well-Tempered Kitchen; Catering to Your Every Whim; Essentials of Rentals; Business is Pleasure; Smirnoff ad features Groucho and Charlie Chaplin impersonators; Great nostalgic one-page color-photo Sony Betamax ad; and many more wonderful ads. Above-average wear. A worthy vintage copy.; Folio - over 12" - 15" tall; The New York Times Magazine - Entertaining at Home - Fall Food & Wine Issue, October (Oct.) 28 1979 - Cover Photo of Gustave Reininger and Margit Pearson The Liberated Cook; The Personal Touch; A Bit of Mexico in Manhattan; Unique Chic; Banquet on a Bud. Fair .
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Book number: 202g3939
USD 250.00 [Appr.: EURO 232 | £UK 198.5 | JP 36770]
Keywords: & (. ) 28 1979 ; ; ; ; Drink Back Issues

 
Frank, Taylor Gordon Rattray und Joachim A. (Bearb.)
Das Geheimnis der Evolution
Bertelsmann-Club 1987. Gebundene Ausgabe Sehr guter Zustand, ohne Namenseintrag, Original-Schutzumschlag sehr gut - gebraucht
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Book number: BU223900
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Catalogue: Ratgeber

 
Frank H. Taylor, Wilfred H. Schoff
Le port et la ville de Philadelphie
1912. Linnen band. Pp: 160. Cond./Kwaliteit: Goed.
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Book number: 1608619
€  15.00 [Appr.: US$ 16.17 | £UK 13 | JP 2378]
Catalogue: Reizen

 
GUPPY Henry - Frank TAYLOR :
The John Rylands Library Manchester. Catalogue of a selection of Mediaeval Manuscripts and Jewelled Book-Covers exhibited in the main library.
0. Manchester, M.Univ. Press, 1939, in-8, 70 pp + black/white plates, sewn, orig. soft cover.. .
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Book number: 49676
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HUGHES, C.V.; LIVINGSTON, CARL B.; SIMONS, G.GRANT; BAKER, R. ST. BARBE; CASSIDY, FRANK; COOK, OSCAR; CARSON, CAPTAIN JOHN H.; NICHOLAS, MRS. MARY J.; WALTER, HUGH; MCGILL-NUTT, CAPT. J.C.; TAYLOR, MERLIN MOORE; HAYTER, C.N.C.; FERGUSON, RONALD MUIR
The Wide World Magazine, True Stories of Adventure, July, 1925, Vol LV, No. 327: The Jogi's Curse / Two Years in Borneo / Forbidden Nepal
New York: The International News Company, 1925. First Edition. Single Issue Magazine. Cyril; Cameron, John; Hiley, F.E.; De Walton, John; Inns, Kenneth. Profusely illustrated with black and white photos and illustrations. Features: The Jogi's Curse - An Indian government official is cursed by a wondering jogi (priest) and the prophecy is tragically fulfilled; An Underground Wonderland - Fantastic photo-illustrated article on the Carlsbad Cavern of New Mexico; Adrift in the China Seas - Sent off to fetch help for their crippled steamer, H.W. Millard, G. Grant Simmons and their companions are blown off course and suffer an eight-day ordeal; "Watu Wa Miti" - R. St. Barbe Baker founded the "Men of the Trees" in Equatorial Africa to preserve trees which were continually being burned to secure land for cultivation - with photos; The Man Who Wanted a Change - A factory hand seeking escape travels to the South Seas, only to return sadder and wiser; Two Years in Borneo - Part I - Oscar Cook spent eight years there, the last two of which were quite strenuous - with photos; "The Man With the Buried Head" - photo of alms-seekers in India; The Promotion of Private Smith - The inside facts of an affair involving Private Smith, a young soldier in the American Army, stationed in the Philippines; The Last of the Bushrangers - Mrs. Mary J. Nichols reflects on the old pioneer days in Tasmania and the 'sticking-up' of an isolated station by the last gang of bushrangers that operated in the island - with photos; Forbidden Nepal - Hugh Walter had unusual opportunities to visit this closed state and provides interesting glimpses of the manners, customs, and principal religious festivals of the Nepalese - with photos; White Man's Magic - While exploring the interior of New Zealand the author and his companion fell afoul of a rascally Maori tohunga, or medicine man; Where Cannibals Roam - Part II - An eventful journey into the unknown interior of Papua, with photos; "Old Peter" - C.N.C. Hayter, formerly of the Royal North-West Mounted Police, describes instances of 'second sight' he witnessed among Eskimos, thus providing independent corroboration of a story about apparent Eskimo telepathy in this publication a few months ago; What Happened to Spott - A funny story about a miserly old South African storekeeper and a black mamba snake; The World's Largest Goldfish Farm - founded by Eugene Shireman of Martinsville, Indiana - with photo. 88 pages plus 16 pages of nostalgic ads. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A nice copy of this great vintage issue.; 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall; Wide World Magazine, July 1925, Haunted house, Jogi's Curse, India, curse, An Underground Wonderland, Carlsbad Cavern, New Mexico, Adrift in the China Seas, H.W. Millard, G. Grant Simmons, Watu Wa Miti, R. St. Barbe Baker, Men of the Trees, Africa, forest. Very Good .
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Book number: 346h5250
USD 295.00 [Appr.: EURO 273.75 | £UK 234.25 | JP 43388]
Keywords: 1925 's Back Issues Forestry Travel Exploration &

 
LEE, Charles ed. BOPP, Karl R., STANTON, Frank, MCGRATH, Earl J., KATZ, Milton & TAYLOR, George W.
The State of the Nation: Retrospect and Prospect.
University of Philadelphia Press, 1963. Hardcover. Good condition in dj. Five leaders of business, television, education, government and labor examine contemporary problems in their respective fields. 131pp.
The Book FirmProfessional seller
Book number: 63645
AUD 56.00 [Appr.: EURO 34.25 US$ 36.87 | £UK 29.5 | JP 5423]
Keywords: united states of america american north social history politics political science business television media

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