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(KEMP, J. F.; CUSHING, H. P.; SMYTH, C. H., JR.; ET AL)
18th Report of the State Geologist and Paleontologist and Field Assistants. New York State Museum / 52nd Annual Report of the Regents 1898 Vol. 2. Transmitted to the Legislature 4 January 1899
Albany, NY: University of the State of New York, 1900. 1900. Albany, NY: University of the State of New York, 1900. 1900. Good. - Octavo, dark green cloth titled in gilt on the spine. The binding is rubbed & lightly bumped. 169 pages. The hinges are cracked & the text block is partially detached from the binding. There is offsetting to the endpapers & the page edges are slightly darkened. Illustrated with black- and-white plates, including 1 folding plate, & 3 folding maps, 2 of them in color. There are pockets mounted on the pastedowns to hold the color maps, but the pocket on the front pastedown is torn & perished. Ex-library with a library bookplate on the front endpaper. Good working copy.

The reports are concerned with the geology of Rockland, Franklin, Hamilton, Warren and Washington counties, N.Y.; the Helderberg plateau; and the western Adirondack region. The two folding maps in the pockets are "Geologic Map of Rockland County" and "Geologic Map of Franklin County". Good .

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Keywords: SCIENCE; GEOLOGY; PALEONTOLOGY; NEW YORK STATE; 18TH REPORT OF THE STATE GEOLOGIST AND PALEONTOLOGIST AND FIELD ASSISTANTS; ANNUAL REPORT; ROCKLAND COUNTY; FRANKLIN COUNTY; HAMILTON COUNTY; WASHINGTON COUNTY; HELDERBERG PLATEAU; ADIRONDACKS; PLATES; MAPS;

 
ABEL, NIELS HENRIK (1802-1829); SCHULTZ-SCHULTZENSTEIN, DR. CHARLES HEINRICH (1798-1871); POISEUILLE, DR. JEAN-LEONARD-MARIE (1797-1869); AND DUFOUR, LEON JEAN MARIE (1780-1865).
Memoire Sur Une Propriete Generale D'Une Classe Tres-Etendue de Fonctions Transcendantes" by N.H. Abel [Published in "Memoires Presentes Par Divers Savants a L'Academie Royale Des Sciences de L'Institut de France,... Tome Septieme"] [Together with]: Dr. C.H. Schultz-Schultzenstein's "Vaisseaux Du Latex", Dr. Poiseulle's "Recherches Sur Les Causes Du Mouvement Du Sang Les Vaisseaux Capillaires", and Leon Dufour's "Recherches Anatomiques Et Physiologiques Sur Les Orthopteres, Les Hymenopteres Et Les Nevropteres". [4 Works in One Volume].
Paris: Imprime par autorisation du Roi a l'Imprimerie Royale, 1841. 1841. RARE FIRST EDITION OF THIS MOST SIGNIFICANT WORK BY "THE MOZART OF MATHEMATICS" - NEILS HENRIK ABEL - Quarto, 11 inches high by 8-3/4 inches wide. Softcovers, once bound in printed light blue wraps, titled in black on the front cover and the spine. The text-block is tight. However the chipped front cover is detached with several large pieces torn from the edges and the rear cover is lacking. [vi] & 647 deckle-edged pages, illustrated with 42 folding plates. The overlapping edges of the leaves are creased with some occasional chipping. The top edge of a few pages are darkened, and there is some minor occasional spots of foxing in this otherwise bright unopened and uncut volume. The four works contained within this volume are as follows: 1. Schultz-Schultzenstein, Dr. Carl Heinrich. "[Les Vaisseaux du Latex]: Memoire pour servir de reponse aux questions de l'Academie royale des sciences pour l'annee 1833". The work consists of pages [1]-104, plus 23 folding plates engraved by Vielle after drawings by Schultz. The German physician and botanist Carl Heinrich Schultz-Schultzenstein (1798-1871) was the author of sensational and controversial studies on the sap movement of plants. He developed the "moulting theory" that animal life is not a chemical metabolism but a continuous internal alteration of the creation and death of rejuvenated forms. In his work on the physiology of plants, Schultz-Schultzenstein proposed that plants had a nutrient sap whose cycle corresponds to that of blood. He also proposed the idea that every part of a plant consisted of cells, vessels and epidermis forming anaphytons which were each capable of producing a new plant. 2. Poiseuille, Dr. Jean-Leonard-Marie. "Recherches Sur les Causes du Mouvement du Sang dans les Vaisseaux Capillaires". This work consists of pages [105]-175, plus 6 engraved folding plates. An early printing of Jean Leonard Marie Poiseuille's (1797-1869) experiment in microcirculation which earned him his first prize [le prix de physiologie experimentale] and which laid the groundwork for his famous equation, the "Hagen-Poiseuille equation" also known as "Poiseulle's Law". The equation, as with the theme of this paper, applies to the laminar flow of liquids through pipes of uniform sections as is the case with that of the flow of blood through capillaries and veins. Poiseuille's invention of a nanometer to measure the blood pressure of horses and dogs led to the development of the Poiseuille-Ludwig hemodynometer which was used through the middle of the twentieth century. 3. Abel, Neils Henrik. "Memoire sur une Propriete Generale d'une classe tres-etendue de Fonctions Transcendantes". This work consists of pages [176]-264. This is the RARE FIRST EDITION of Abel's significant work which gave rise to "Abel's Theorem" on algebraic curves. The Norwegian mathematician Niels Henrik Abel (1802-1829) made important contributions to a variety of fields during his brief life, the most famous of which was in resolving one of the most outstanding mathematical problems of his day. Abel demonstrated that there is no general algebraic solution which would resolve quintic equations in radicals thus laying the foundation for group theory. He then went on, at the age of 22, to write a fundamental work which lay the foundations for the theory of elliptic functions. Abel had first presented his "Memoire.." to the Academy of Sciences in 1826. Augustin-Louis Cauchy, one of the the 2 scientists who were to evaluate the paper, declared the manuscript illegible and Abel returned to Norway in poverty and died of tuberculosis but a couple of years later. The paper resurfaced when Abel's rival Carl Gustav Jacobi inquired about it leading Cauchy to unearth it. Legendre, one of the Academy's members, declared it "a monument more lasting than bronze". In a September 3, 2020 article entitled "The Mozart of Mathematics - Neils Henrik Abel", Jorgen Veisdal quotes Felix Klein who wrote of the short-lived genius: "Although Abel shared with many mathematicians a complete lack of musical talent, I will not sound absurd if I compare his kind of productivity and his personality with Mozarts." 4. Dufour, Leon Jean Marie. "Recherches Anatomiques et Physiologiques sur les Orthopteres, les Hymenopteres et les Nevropteres". The work consists of pages [265]-647, plus 13 folding plates, engraved after drawings by Dufour. In this classic work, the French medical doctor and naturalist Leon Jean Marie Dufour (1780-1865) examined the digestive canal, studying the mechanical handling of food by the alimentary canal of the Orthoptera order of insects which is comprised of the grasshoppers, locusts and crickets, and closely related insects such as the katydids and weta. His paper also considered the order of insects called Hymenopotera which includes sawflies, wasps, bees and ants, and the order of insects called Neuroptera, net-winged insects which include lacewings, mantidflies, antlions, and their relatives. Dufour, who studied medicine in Paris, participated in the Peninsular War as a doctor in the army. Dufour's gland, an abdominal gland found in females of the Aprocrita suborder of insects, is named after him. RARE. Good .
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Keywords: SCIENCE; MATHEMATICS; BIOLOGY; ALGEBRA; NATURAL HISTORY; NATURALISTS; MEDICINE; NEILS HENRIK ABEL; MEMOIRE SUR UNE PROPRIETE GENERALE D'UNE CLASSE TRES-ETENDUE DE FONCTIONS TRANSCENDANTES; ABEL'S THEOREM ON ALGEBRAIC CURVES; TRANSCENDENT FUNCTIONS

 
ABETTI, GIORGIO
The History of Astronomy. Translated from the Italian Storia Dell'Astronomia by Betty Burr Abetti
London--NY: Abelard Schuman, (1952). (1952). London--NY: Abelard Schuman, (1952). (1952). Good. - (The Life of Science Library No. 24). 8vo, black cloth (bumped & rubbed; spine faded) titled in gilt within gilt-ruled black rectangle. [xiv] & 338 pp. (edges of endpapers darkened with light soiling to front endpapers). B&W illustrations. Good.

The history of astronomy from prehistoric times through the founding of the International Astronomic Union in 1922. Good .

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 U,S SENATE COMMITTEE ON AERONAUTICAL AND SPACE SCIENCES., Earth Resources Satellites: Hearings Before the Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences, United States Senate; Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; on S. 2350... And S. 3484... ; August 6, 8, 9, and September 18, 1974.
U,S SENATE COMMITTEE ON AERONAUTICAL AND SPACE SCIENCES.
Earth Resources Satellites: Hearings Before the Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences, United States Senate; Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; on S. 2350... And S. 3484... ; August 6, 8, 9, and September 18, 1974.
Washington, DC: U.S Government Printing Office, 1974. 1974. - Octavo, softcover, bound in stapled printed self-wrappers. v & 335 pages. There is some minor soiling to the title page & fore-edge. Black-and-white illustrations. A number of top & bottom page corners are bumped & there is creasing to the front edges of the last few leaves. Good.

The two bills S. 2350 and S. 3484 were intended to establish an Office of Earth Resources Survey Systems within NASA and an Earth Resources Observation Administration within the Department of the Interior. Both proposals were designed to move the Earth Resources Technology Satellite system from an experimental to an operational phase. Dr. James C. Fletcher, Administrator of NASA, objected, stating that splitting the Earth Resources Satellite system between two different departments would adversely affect NASA's activities in this area. Good .

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AGEEV, MIHAIL ILLARIONOVIC; ALIK, VLADIMIR PAVLOVIC; GALIS, R.M.; MALYUK, L.V.; AND MARKOV, JU. I.
[Titled in Cyrillic: "Algol-60"]. Three Early Works by Russian Computer Scientists on Algorithms, Specifically Algol 60. (3 Volumes).
Moscow: Vychislitel'nyy Tsentr an SSSR, 1965-1966. [1966]. [1966]. - Three octavo softcover volumes, each measuring 8-3/4 inches high by 5-5/8 inches wide. Each book is bound in printed tan paper wrappers. The spines of these brittle covers are heavily chipped with tape repair to the tail of the first volume's spine. There is a tiny tear to the front edge of the first volume's front cover and a chip out from the bottom edge of the third volume's cover. These books published under the auspices of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR Computer Center, are issues number 1 through 3 of the General Programming Questions Series. The works consist of: Volume1: Ageev, Mihail Illarionovic. OSNOVY ALGORITMICHESKOGO YAZYKA ALGOL-60 [Titled in Cyrillic]: [Bases of Algorithmic Language Algol-60]. Published in Moscow in 1965. 121 & [3] pages, illustrated with a folding diagram. Volume 2: Ageev, Mihail Illarionovic; Alik, Vladimir Pavlovic; and Galis, R.M. ALGORITMY: 1-50 [Titled in Cyrillic]. Edited by M.I. Ageev. Published in Moscow in 1966. 105 & [2] pages. Volume 3: Ageev, Mihail Illarionovic; Alik, Vladimir Pavlovic; Malyuk, L.V.; and Markov, Ju. I. ALGORITMY: 51-100 [Titled in Cyrillic]. Edited by M.I. Ageev. Published in Moscow in 1966. 106 & [2] pages. Although the covers are darkened, chipped & fragile, the contents are in very good condition. A wonderful association, from the library of the American mathematician and computer scientist Phyllis Fox, with her name "P. Fox" lightly penciled at the top of the front cover of each volume. The American mathematician and computer scientist Phyllis Ann Fox earned her B.A. in mathematics at Wellesley College in 1944 and worked for General Electric's differential analyser project. Fox subsequently pursued her studies at the University of Colorado and MIT, earning her doctorate in mathematics under Chia-Chiao Lin in 1954 while also working as an assistant on MIT's Whirlwind project under Jay Forrester. Fox was involved in the early phases of computer science, working for the Computing Center of the United States Atomic Energy Commission at NYU on the numerical solution of partial differential equations on the Univac computer. Back at MIT in 1958, she was part of Forrester's team that wrote the DYNAMO programming language. A collaborator on the first LISP interpreter, she was the main author of the manual. She became a full professor at Newark College of Engineering in 1972 and consulted for Bell Labs on their highly portable numerics library. Good .
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ALLEN, HARRY W
A Monographic Study of the Subfamily Tiphiinae (Hymenoptera: Tiphiidae) of South America
Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1972. 1972. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1972. 1972. Very good. - Quarto, soft cover bound in blue & white wraps. iii & 76 pages. Illustrated with black-and-white drawings. Very good.

Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology Number 113. Very good .

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Keywords: SCIENCE; ZOOLOGY; ENTOMOLOGY; A MONOGRAPHIC STUDY OF THE SUBFAMILY TIPHIINAE (HYMENOPTERA: TIPHIIDAE) OF SOUTH AMERICA; TAXONOMY; HARRY W. ALLEN; TIPHIINAE; HYMENOPTERA; TIPHIIDAE; SOUTH AMERICA; ILLUSTRATIONS; DRAWINGS; SMITHSONIAN CONTRIBUTIONS TO ZOOL

 
ANDERSON, JOHN W., EDITOR.
Diesel Plan Book and Engine Catalog. Volume Two. Industrial - Marine - Transportation - Aviation.
New York: Rex W. Wadman, Publisher / Printed and Distributed by Diesel Engines, Inc. 1937. 1937. - Quarto, 13-3/4 inches high by 10-1/2 inches wide. Spiral bound blue boards titled in gilt, with a red plastic spiral along the spine. The covers are rubbed with slight wear to the corners and edges and small white stains to the front cover. The plastic spiral is cracked with pieces out from the top and bottom. 320 pages, with profuse textual and full-page illustrations, including blueprints. There is scattered foxing and soiling, especially to the endpapers, title page and last leaf. There are a couple of tears and chips to the top edge of the front endpaper and the corners of several pages are creased. There is minor chipping and creasing to the front edge of a few pages. Good.

First edition of volume 2. The first volume, not here present, was published in 1936. Good .

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 ARMSTRONG, EVA V.; CURATOR., The Story of the Edgar Fahs Smith Memorial Collection in the History of Chemistry.
ARMSTRONG, EVA V.; CURATOR.
The Story of the Edgar Fahs Smith Memorial Collection in the History of Chemistry.
(Philadelphia, PA): University of Pennsylvania, 1937. 1937. - Octavo, softcover bound in printed blue wrappers. The top corner of the front wrap is creased. The edges of the wraps are darkened & lightly creased. 21 pages. Illustrated with 4 black-and-white plates, including a portrait frontispiece. The contents are near fine. Very good .
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ATKINSON, PHILIP
Electricity for Everybody; Its Nature and Uses Explained. Revised and Enlarged
New York: The Century Co. 1907. 1907. New York: The Century Co. 1907. 1907. Very good. - Octavo, pictorial olive green cloth with vignettes in red & black on the front cover & spine. The binding is lightly rubbed & bumped with the extremities slightly darkened. xiii, [1] leaf & 276 pages. Black-and-white portrait frontispiece & numerous black-and-white illustrations & diagrams. The contents are very good.

Later printing. Very good .

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BELL, R. P
The Proton in Chemistry
London: Methuen & Co. Ltd. (1959). (1959). London: Methuen & Co. Ltd. (1959). (1959). Good. - Octavo, cloth in a dust wrapper. The binding is slightly bumped. The dust wrapper is darkened, chipped & soiled with tears & pieces out, some of which have been repaired with tape. vii & 223 pages. Illustrated in black & white with tables, diagrams & mathematical formulas. The front endpaper is lightly foxed & there is a previous owner's ink name on it. There is some offsetting to the rear endpaper. Very good in a fair dust wrapper.

First edition. Good .

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BERTIN, LEON
Larousse Encyclopedia of the Earth. Foreword by Sir Vivian Fuchs. Introduction by Carroll Lane Fenton
London: Paul Hamlyn, (1961). (1961). London: Paul Hamlyn, (1961). (1961). Very good. - Quarto [11-5/8 inches high by 8-1/2 inches wide], boards in a price- clipped dust wrapper. The binding is lightly bumped. The dust jacket is lightly rubbed & chipped. There is a strip of clear tape along the outer edge of each fold & the rear fold is soiled. 419 pages with the text printed in 2 columns. Profusely illustrated in color and black & white. Very good in a good dust wrapper.

First edition in English.

The history of the planet, including geology, mineralogy and palaeontology. Very good .

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BESTERMAN, THEODORE
Technology, Including Patents: A Bibliography of Bibliographies. 2 Volumes
Totowa, NJ: Rowman and Littlefield, 1971. 1971. Totowa, NJ: Rowman and Littlefield, 1971. 1971. Very good. - Octavo, green cloth titled in gilt. The covers are lightly rubbed; the Vol. 2 covers are spotted with light spotting to the Vol. 1 covers. pp. 1- 368; and pp. 369-681. Very good. Very good .
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BIRYUKOV, V.A.; LEBEDENKO, M.M.; AND RYZHOV, A. M
Joint Institute for Nuclear Research
Moscow: Foreigh Languages Publishing House, [circa 1960s]. [circa 1960s]. Moscow: Foreigh Languages Publishing House, [circa 1960s]. [circa 1960s]. Good. - Octavo, printed red wraps. The wraps are rubbed & lightly soiled with the corners lightly creased. 178 & [2] pages with an errata sheet bound in at the rear. The bottom corners of the pages are lightly creased & there is a tiny tear to the bottom edge of the last leaf. Profuse black-and- white illustrations. Good.

The book includes a list of 809 papers published by the Institute's staff. Good .

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BOVA, BEN
Assured Survival: Putting the Star Wars Defense in Perspective
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1984. 1984. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1984. 1984. Fine. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY BEN BOVA - Octavo, blue boards backed with a blue cloth spine, titled in silver on the spine, in a printed black dust wrapper. The dust jacket is slightly rubbed. viii & 343 pages. Near fine.

First edition. Signed by science and science-fiction author Ben Bova. Scarce thus. Fine .

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 BOYD, WILLIAM C.; CAMERON, J. W.; DIAMOND, L. K.; ET AL., Blood Grouping.
BOYD, WILLIAM C.; CAMERON, J. W.; DIAMOND, L. K.; ET AL.
Blood Grouping.
New York: The New York Academy of Sciences, 1946. 1946. - Octavo, softcover bound in printed tan wraps. The corners of the front wrap are lightly creased. The upper half of the spine is chipped with a tear to the head. The tail of the spine is chipped. Pages [883]-992. Illustrated with tables & mathematical formulas. Good Annals of The New York Academy of Sciences, Volume XLVI, Art. 9. Pages 883-992. "This series of papers is the result of a Conference on Blood Grouping held by the Sections of Biology, Physics and Chemistry of the New York Academy of Sciences, May 18 and 19,1945. Good .
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