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A book in Turkish on kilims and flat-woven rugs. A three-page summary in English by Adair Mill is laid in. Very good .
First edition, limited to 1,000 copies. Very good .
First edition. Very good .
First edition, limited to 1,000 copies. Good .
First edition, limited to 500 copies. Good .
Sixth edition. English translation by Charles David Ley. Good .
Nearing is replying to an Arthur W. Manchester in Boston, inviting him to visit the Institute. "Some of us here are working on idological & agricutural problems. If you are up this way, why not look in on us and share a meal & some ideas - ".
Scott Nearing [1883-1983] was a radical economist, educator, writer, political activist and an advocate of simple living. Very good .
Terry's note addressed to "My dear Kelly" is accepting an invitation to dine with Kelly and a mutual friend.
Daniel Terry [c. 1780-1829] was an English actor and playwright who made his career in London, Edinburgh and the northern English provinces. He was a close associate of Walter Scott and adapted several of Scott's works for the stage. The first of these was a musical adaptation of "Guy Mannering", in which Terry appeared in March 1816. Good .
Henrietta Crosman Campbell writes to Mrs. Pond, wife of impresario Major James B. Pond, to say that she and her husband will call on the Ponds in their room at the Hotel Victoria, London, where both couples are staying, and that after dining with Mr. Hartzel they will go to the theatre.
Henrietta Crosman [1861-1944] was an acclaimed American stage actor. In 1914 she contracted to appear in a silent film for Adolph Zukor's Famous Players and went on to appear in several silent films. When the talkies arrived in the 1930s, the movie business started seeking out stage-trained actors. Campbell, by then nearly seventy, experienced a revival of her career, becoming a much-loved veteran movie star in such films as "Pilgrimage"  and "The Royal Family of Broadway . Crosman's second husband was Broadway stage director and producer Martin Campbell. With Crosman, he joined the nascent silent film industry and by the 1920s he was a noted film director. Very good .
Born in Clinton, Iowa, the American actor and playwright Robert Drouet (1870-1914) first joined a theatrical company at 16 and later managed his own Shakespearean repertoire company. He played leading parts with Robert Downing and went on the play the part of General Delarouche in "Paul Kaubar", Citizen Pierre in the play of that name, Colonel Jack Brereton in "Janice Meredith" (based on Paul Leicester Ford's novel), and John Austin in "The Girl With the Green Eyes", among other roles. One of the most celebrated playwrights of his day, he authored "Doris", "The White Czar", "Montana", "Tomorrow", "An Idyll of Virginia", "Fra Diano", and "Captain Bob". Good .