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Le cinéma américain par ses auteurs: Eric Leguèbe

Eric Leguèbe

Published by Guy Authier (1977)

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Item Description: Guy Authier, 1977. Broché. Interviews exclusives de: Busby Berkeley, Budd Boetticher, Frank Capra, William Castle, Roger Corman, Jules Dassin, Stanley Donen, Gordon Douglas, John Ford, Sam Fuller, Henry Hathaway, Howard Hawks, Alfred Hitchcock, John Huston, Elia Kazan, Fritz Lang, Mervyn Le Roy, Jerry Lewis, Anatole Litvak, Joseph Losey, Rouben Mamoulian, Robert Mullian, Ralph Nelson, Robert Parrish, Sam Peckinpah, Arthur Penn, Sidney Pollack, Otto Preminger, Mark Rydell, Franklin J. Schaffner, Don Siegel, André de Toth, Jacques, Tourneur, Dalton Trumbo, Edgar G. Ulmer, King Vidor, Raoul Walsh, Robert Wise, Fred Zinneman, Hal Wallis. 14x21,4. 314p. Fort in-8° Bon état. Papier légèrement bruni Envoi de l'auteur ou Dédicace de l'auteur ou Signé par l'auteur. Envoi autographe. En hommage très sincère et confraternel. Eric Leguèbe. Bookseller Inventory # L68061

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Gustafson, Ralph (editor) (Leonard Cohen; Oliver Goldsmith; Charles Heavysege; Alexander McLachlan; Charles Sangster; Charles Mair; George T. Lanigan; Isabella Valancy Crawford; George Frederick Cameron; Charles G. D. Roberts; William Henry Drummond)

Published by Penguin Books, Middlesex, England (1967)

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Item Description: Penguin Books, Middlesex, England, 1967. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. First Revised Edition. 282 pp. Penguin Book D46. Light wear on the corners with some minor creasing on the spine; no interior markings. Writing by: Leonard Cohen; Oliver Goldsmith; Charles Heavysege; Alexander McLachlan; Charles Sangster; Charles Mair; George T. Lanigan; Isabella Valancy Crawford; George Frederick Cameron; Charles G. D. Roberts; William Henry Drummond; John Frederic Herbin; Archibald Lampman; Wilfred Campbell; Bliss Carman; Frederick George Scott; Duncan Campbell Scott; Tom MacInnes; John McCrae; Virna Sheard; Theodore Goodridge Roberts; Marjorie Pickthall; E. J. Pratt; Kenneth Leslie; W. W. E. Ross; Raymond Knister; F. R. Scott; Robert Finch; L. A. MacKay; A. J. M. Smith; Roy Daniells; Floris Clark McLaren; Earle Birney; Alfred G. Bailey; Charles Bruce; Leo Kennedy; A. M. Klein; Malcolm Lowry; Dorothy Livesay; Anne Wilkinson; Kay Smith; Wilfred Watson; Irving Layton; Anne Marriott; Douglas Le Pan; R. A. D. Ford; Patrick Anderson; P. K. Page; Bertram Warr; Ronald Hambleton; Eldon Grier; Miriam Waddington; Margaret Avison; Louis Dudek; Raymond Souster; E. W. Mandel; Norman Levine; James Reaney; Phyllis Webb; Jay MacPherson; Daryl Hine; and Ralph Gustafson. Bookseller Inventory # 199755

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Dorn, Michael (ed)

Published by New York (1968)

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Item Description: New York, 1968. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: very good. 1st. VERY GOOD very good dj Includes recipes by H.J. Heinz, Henry Ford II, Howard Johnson, etc. Bookseller Inventory # MAIN000642I

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Clymer, Floyd

Published by Bonanza Books, New York (1950)

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Item Description: Bonanza Books, New York, 1950. Reprint. Hardcover. 4to. 219pp. Tight. No names or other markings. Nice d/j with two small edgetears top of spine panal, else Fine in V.Good D/j in jacket protector. Bookseller Inventory # 122261

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Goodspeed

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Item Description: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in Bradley and Calhoun Counties, AR, are recalled in this brand new 87-page spiral bound booklet, comprised of excerpts from the 1890 book, Goodspeed's Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Southern Arkansas, and a product of the WPA, Arkansas, A Guide to the State, published in 1941. The 8.5" x 11" booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The first part of the booklet contains a brief history of each county: Natural Resources, Location, Soil and Products, Geology, Timber, County Organizations, County officials, Early settlers, Early businesses, Murders and other criminal cases, , Lynchings, Railroads, Hampton, Warren Summerville, Chambersville, Little Bay, Farresses Landing, Locust Bayou, and other communites, Courts, Lawyers, the Civil War period, Schools, Churches, Secret Societies, and Newspapers, and other items of interest. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most are fairly lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: Calhoun County -- D. Walter Bass, A.J. Biggers, Dr. Thomas A. Black, H.C. Black, Dr. William Francis Brandon, Jacob Bull, Martin P. Calaway, George Baker Chambers, Eli Cornish, William Jasper Craven, Daniel West Dawson, Robert Dedman, George Ware Dickinson, William Dunn, James Dunn, Joseph Dunn Sr., J.I. Earnest, W.A. Ford, James Gray, John Grubbs, Anthony Halloway, E.A. Hanna, R.G. Harper, Sarah Hernsberger, Squire William Hines, L.J. Hollis, J.W. Hollis, William James, Dr. W.B. Jones, H.M. Lucus, J.B. McCoy, James McKay, John Marks, William Miears, L.L. Moses, Abram Nettles, John Newton, Thomas Polk Oliver, G.W. Oliver, Samuel Owens, James Houston Preacher, W.R. Pearson, Hugh Pickett, John Calvin Pierce, John Plunkett, Dr. J.B. Ponder, J.A. Primm, James Raiford, Dr. Freeman Remley, John Ritchie, Dr. J.C.N. Robertson, J.H. Rowland, Robert Russell, G.T. Sikes, Stanley Stroud, George Henry Thompson, Col. T.A. Thornton, J.T.O. Tibbits, D.H. Tobin, A.J. Tomlinson, Huphrey Tomlinson, W.A. Thomlinson, J.B. Wood, B.H. Wood, John Wright, John Yeager, and John York; Bradley County -- J.A. Abernathy, Thomas Bailey, D.H. Balfour, W.T. Barry, John Beasley, Hugh Bradley, W.B. Brooks, John Broughton, Christopher Columbus Childs, John Ederington Childs, Dr. S.M. Davis, H.M. Ederington, John Ederington, Robert Charles Ederington, James Lafayette Ederington, James Henry Evans, Jonathan Ferrell, William Boneparte Fike, Dr. C.C. Gannaway, Solomon Gardner, M.B. Garison, Peter Garison, James Harvey Gill, Samuel Godfrey, John Louis Hairston, John Newton Hamilton, Charles Herring, W.J. Hickman, John Howard, Charles Leonidas hoyle, Dr. David Jackson, James Jolly, Major A.C. Jones, Peter Moseley, Daniel McClain, John Diarmied McLeod, William Wallace Maroney, Dr. J.W. Martin, J.R.S. Meek, James Franklin Neely, J.W. Pierce, Rev. T.I. Pirtle, Silas James Pope, R.F. Powers, Thomas Quimby, Wiley Rucker, J.A. Simpson, James Singer, John Scobey, David Sutton, James Thornton, A.A. Turner, Samuel Turner, A.B. Turner, H.B. Van Valkenburgh, William Veazey, W.R. Watson, W.H. Wheeler, S.W. Wheless, James Whiteside, Daniel Wilfong, Charles Williams, T.J. Word, and Nelson York. The WPA section gives a bit of history along with points of interest and a map of southern Arkansas. Bookseller Inventory # 000786

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FRANK, J.

Published by Alejo Climent, Barcelona (1945)

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Item Description: Alejo Climent, Barcelona, 1945. Primera edición. 398 pp. 18 x 13 cm. Rústica Marcas de uso Contiene las biografías de personajes como Benajmin Franklin, George Washington, Edgar Allan Poe, Abraham Lincoln, Mark Twain, Búfalo Bill y Henry Ford entre otros. Bookseller Inventory # 307355

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Item Description: 1928. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". We've gone through three volumes of West Virginia biographies and extracted over 190 of them to make this new 8 1/2" x 11"booklet. The biographies are for persons living in the City of Charleston, WV, during or prior to 1928. With 90 pages of newsprint-size type, it's obvious there's lots of detailed info -- ancestors, occupations, business enterprises, education, military service, siblings, spouse, children, honors, etc. The biographies were taken from West Virginia in History, Life, Literature and Industry by Morris Purdy Shawkey, published in 1928. The booklet is photocopied on 60# opaque paper with the parchtex front cover protected with a vinyl sheet. A booklet featuring biographies of Kanawha County residents living outside Charleston, and a booklet on the History of Kanawha County, compiled from 8 books, are also available. These, along with our other 400+ historical booklets, are listed on eBay at least once a month. Names include: Riner Gaither Altizer, Albert M. Belcher, George C. Backus, Reginald B. Blubaugh, Sherman H. Ballard, Frank C. Brown, Bruce E. Bartlett, Robert King Buford, Lanty E. Ballengee, Ernest H. Ball, Harry S. Barr, Homer W. Bowers, William W. Boggess, Frank C. Burdette, Valentine L. Black, Peter J. Biagi, Edward S. Bock, Elbert L. Ballard, Julian F. Bouchelle, Alvin J. Barnhart, Ashby J. Baker, Harless R. Campbell, Charles E. Copeland, William Edwin Chilton, John B. Crowley, Walter Eli Clark, Henry Stuart Cato, Willard F. Comstock, Augustus C. Carver, Frederick S. Casto, Frank B. Carpenter, Joseph E. Chilton, George Henry Caperton, Harold Blain Cornwell, George D. Cochrane, Vincent T. Churchman, O. Emerson Camp, Orus W. Dearman, John Quincy Dickinson, John W. Duff, Marcus L. Dillon, John S. Dana, Henry B. Davenport, James J. Divine, Edward T. England, Leonard S. Echols, Charles H. Enicks, James C. Fielding, Thomas G. Fletcher, Albert V. Fitzwater, Ralph J. Ford, James F. Frame, William F. Goshorn, Fred Paul Grosscup, Alvin J. Gearheard, E. Fred Gott, John Gass, George F. Grisinger, Charles W. Good, Henry D. Goshorn, Henry R. Glass, John W. Greybill, Ora E. Gay, Peter A. Haley, J. Howard Hundley, Cyrus W. Hall, Orville Hackney, Dane D. Hite, Grant P. Hall, Elliott R. Hatfield, Andrew J. Horan, Floyd H. Hieatt, John B. Hart, William T. Henshaw, Harold Houston, Marcellus Horn, Howard Dayton Hively, Harry A. Hall, Arthur Middleton Hill, Edward J. Handloser, Ritchie A. Ireland, Clyde Beecher Johnson, David A. Jayne, Howard S. Jarrett, Earley M. Johnson, Robert H.C. Kay, Charles E. Krebs, Edwin M. Keatley, Ray Kessel, Fred J. Kaufman, Arthur B. Koontz, Charles H. Kirby, Edward Dana Knight, Clarence W. Kemper, Florence Calvert Kuhn, Orris Kelley, Duncan C. Kennedy, Edward W. Knight, George S. Laidley, Robert W. Lilley, James Sansome Lakin, David Littlejohn, Gregory Loebach, Alfred H. Lea, William T. Lively, Robert M. Lambie, J. Brooks Lohan, Clayton E. McMillion, John C. McEldowney, Omar Morgan, Robert Hugh Martin, William G. Mathews, Harold S. Mathews, Harry L. Minsker, James B. Madison, Robert Kemp Morton, Braxton Miller, Charles E. McCoy, Linville C. Massey, Morris I. Mendeloff, Horace S. Meldahl, Hal F. Morris, Samuel F. McConihay, William Taulbee Moore, N William A. Nugent, Sterrett O. Neale, O. Othor Older, Charles O'Grady, Ben. Spotwood Preston, William L. Poling, William Dallas Payne, James Putney, F. Ray Power, Anton Pfaff, John A. Parsons, Walter Warren Point, William M. Peters, Jacob T. Pierson, John Patrick, Charles S. Paisley, Charles A. Ray, Henry L. Robertson, Edgar A. Reid, Claude N. Rucker, Edward H. Russell, Joseph U. Rohr, Gertrude M. Reynolds, Robert D. Roller Jr., Harold Arthur Ritz, Delbert T. Robinson, Thomas E. Romaine, Harold W. Rose, Elmer A. Stone, Harry Scherr, David L. Salisbury, Leroy Swinburn, Boyd Blynn Stutler, Harlan Herbert Staats, Clarence P. Shirkey, Conrad Fisher Sayre, Frederick M. Staunton, Wilbur F. Shirkey, John Rollin Shultz, Walton S. Shepherd, Hiram F. Bookseller Inventory # 000236

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Published by The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois

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Item Description: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Biographies of numerous Knox County, Tennessee, residents in the late 1800s, and other historical material is included in this spiral bound booklet taken from three sources: History of Tennessee, originally published in 1887 by Goodspeed Publishing Co., Counties of Tennessee by Austin P. Foster (1923), and Tennessee, a Guide to the State (1939). The new 93-page 11 x 8 1/2 inch spiral-bound booklet is photocopied on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. A booklet featuring Goodspeed's History of Knox County is also available. You can find it in our eBay Store. Besides being of interest to their decendants, the biographies often give insight to the history of the area and the times. They include: H.M. Aiken, Capt. Samuel P. Angel, D. F. Armond, Moses A.M. Armstrong, J.K. Ault, R.D. Badgett, B.F. Badgett, S.E. Badgett, J.H. Ballard, A.A. Barnes, J.F. Baumann, William M. Baxter, Dr. Herman G. Bayless, Capt. F.C. Beaman, J.N. Betterton, Adam B. Blake, John T. Blake, William H. Blake, George Bond, James W. Bowman, Samuel B. Boyd, Samuel B. Boyd M.D., John Wilson Boyd, H.L. Bradley, T.J. Bradley, Daniel Briscoe, Lewis F. Brooks, J.L. Brown, Alfred Buffat, George H. Burr, J.R. Butt, Rev. Henry E. Byerley, T.R.C. Campbell, D.A. Carpenter, William W. Carson, M.B. Carter, W.R. Carter, Payton Carter, W.P. Chamberlain, Charles B. Christian, Nickolas Clapp, Henderson Clapp, Walter M. Cocke, M.B. Collier, Sampson D. Cole, Martin J. Condon, Mike J. Condon, S.Y. Conner, W.A.A. Conner, John W. Conner, J.L. Cooley, Fleming B. Cooley, W.R. Cooper, John J. Craig Jr., Samuel B. Crawford, Capt. John H. Cross, W.W. Cruse, J.W. Cruze, J.H. Cruze, J.W. Cruze Jr., John Cruze, Albert Davis, Dr. C. Deaderick, James A. Doughty, Dr. Charles M. Drake, J.C. Duncan, East Tennessee Coal Company, East Tennessee National Bank, R. H. Edington, T.C. Eldridge, William Epps, Capt. S.P. Evans, Ignas Fanz, F.L. Fisher, W.H. Fizer, B.P. Flenniken, E.H. Flenniken, W.B. Ford, J.W. Fowler, W.M. Fox, J.W. Fox, Henry Frazier, W.H. French, W.B. French, J.V. Fulkerson, Charles M. Funck, William Gallaher, Robert H. Gallaher, George Gallaher, Dr. J.M. Glass, J.W. Gaut, J.L. George, W.F. Gibbs, Henry R. Gibson, S.L. Gilson, John W. Glenn, C.J. Gooding, L.A. Gratz, Capt. J.M. Greer, Col. Nathan Gregg, Samuel Benton Giffin, Judge Major Learoy Hall, G.G. Hardin, J.J. Hardin, James Hardin, R.W. Hardin, G.M. Harrill, Joe Harris, S.G. Heiskell, M.T. Henson, Dr. Thomas H. Hicks, Dr. J. Willard Hill, Isaac Hines, A.D.C. Hines, Dr. S.P. Hood, John W. Hope, John F. Horne, W.H. Howell, J.B. Hoxsie, L. Huddleston, Dr. J.C. Hudgings, M.W. Huffaker, Francis Kinloch Huger, Thomas W. Humes, Henry H. Ingersoll, Maj. R.C. Jackson, A.N. Jackson, William Johnson, J.L. Johnson, Jacob T. Johnson, Reps Jones, Charlton Karns, Dr. Thomas H. Kearney, Dr. James H. Keeling, J.B. Kelley, Peter Kern, J.M. King, James M. Kinkaid, Charles Kurth, Capt. J.K. Lones, Edward Legg, Frank J. Leland, J.F.J. Lewis, J.W. Lillard, John Llewellyn, W.B. Lockett & Co., Samuel T. Logan, A. Looney, James C. Luttrell, J.E. Lutz, G.W. Mabry, G.L. Maloney, Rev. Francis Thomas Marron, S.C. Martin, Spencer A. Maxey, A.L. Maxwell, William Gibbs McAdoo, G.C. McBee, W.C. McCammon, John N. McCammon, J.A. McCampbell, Major E.E. McCroskey, Dr. J.S. McDonough, Charles M. McGhee, Green McLemore, James M. Mack, James K. Meek, A. Metler, John B. Michael, A.H. Mitchell, Joseph R. Mitchell, John M. Montgomery, Mark Morel, J.B. Morris, John L. Moses, Thomas L. Moses, Frank A. Moses, John W. Moulden, E.F. Mynatt, J.C. Mynatt, J.H. Nave, M. Nelson, Thomas A. R. Nelson, D.D. Nicholas, James O'Conner, Ogden Bros. & Co., R.G. Osborn, John F. Parker, Col. M.L. Patterson, R.S. Payne, W.H.B. Prater, G.W. Prater, A.S. Prosser, Dr. James Gettys McCready Ramsey, Maj. Robert B. Reynolds, Dr. Charles E. Ristine, Russell H. Roberts, P.A. Roberts, Dr. James Rodgers, Dr. W.A. Rodgers. Bookseller Inventory # 000713

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Casson, Herbert N.

Published by Leipzig Josef Singer Verlag (1926)

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Item Description: Leipzig Josef Singer Verlag, 1926. Autorisierte Übertragung aus dem Englischen von Dr. Walter J. Briggs - dt. EA., 1.-10.Tsd., OLwd., Farbkopfschnitt, 143 S. Vierundzwanzig Lebensbilder berühmter Amerikaner von Isaac Newton bis Henry Ford - Sehr gut erhalten. Sprache: DE. Bookseller Inventory # 20203

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Morris Purdy Shawkey

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Item Description: Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in Cabell County, West Virginia, including the City of Huntington, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this NEW 107 page illustrated booklet comprised of excerpts from four rare vintage works. The spiral-bound booklet is photocopied on 60# opaque paper, with the print size enlarged as needed to fit the 8 1/2 x 11 size. The front cover is a parchtex card stock, protected with a vinyl sheet. Communities currently listed for this area by the National Association of Counties include: Barboursville, Culloden, Huntington (part) (County Seat), Lesage, Milton, Ona, and Salt Rock. The source books include: West Virginia in History, Life, Literature and Industry by Morris Purdy Shawkey (1928); History of West Virginia by Virgil A. Lewis (1889); and Virginia, a Guide to the Mountain State, a 1941 WPA publication. Among the many topics are: William H. Cabell, the First Circuit Superior Court, Bishop Thomas A. Morris, Early Churchs; Formation of the county; the town of Guyandotte (now part of Huntington), Marshall College, Morris Harvey College, Tobacco growing; Newspapers; telephone service; West Viginia Orphans Home; and tours covering the town of Milton, Ona, Ceredo and Kenova; a history and tour of the city of Huntington with a map and points of interest, and other bits of history and trivia. Attention Genealogists: This booklet contains relatively detailed biographies of many county residents of the late 1800s. These frequently include ancestors, siblings, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities, in the course of which they often shed light on area businesses, churches, professions and institutions, and on the events of the day. They include: Augustus F. Thompson, Homer E. Heines, Dr. Grover C. Morrison, Floyd S. Chapman, Charles R. Wilson, John B. Purcell, Charles W. Thornburg, James Murphy, Rudenzs Douthat, Ira J. Kail, Dr. J. Edward Hubbard, Carl R. Varnum, Dr. Herbert E. Guthrie, William Francis Hite, Evert C. Hines, Wilbur A. Meanor, Captain Robert R. Smith, William S. Rosenheim, Fred S. Loar, Jesse Kiser, Dr. C. P. Spurgeon Ford, Henry Clay Warth, Sherwood D. Morgan, Lenna Lowe Yost, George Marshall Lyon, John Henry Druen, Z. Taylor Vinson, Frank W. Robertson, Lester N. Frantz, Col. William H. Waldron, Dr. Howard E. Summers, Thomas E. Dimick, Herman Shank, William R. Thompson, Fitzhugh Lee Ford, Dr. Charles McVea Buckner, Archibald M. Hewitt, Gertrude Roberts, Frank L. Poindexter, Dr. Fred E. Brammer, Dr. Charles Gordon Willis, Frank Bliss Enslow, Duncan W. Daugherty, Austin J. King, Dr. Oscar B. Biern, Charles Marsh Gohen, Henry Chapman Harvey, Dr. Alvis J. Watts, T. Selden Jones, Clifton W. Loeser, Dr. George M. D. Hunt, Rev. Henry B. Altmeyer, Henry Clay Duncan Jr., Rolla Dacres Campbell, William H. Newcomb, Dr. James I. Miller, Rolland C. Mossman, Robert R. Steele, Charles R. Vose, Dr. Grover Latham Howard, Grover M. Angell, Jack H. Lewis, Wilbert H. Norton, Quincey E. Callaway, Dr. Frederick A. Fitch, James A. Diddle, Dr. Russell C. Boyd, Thomas W. Wyatt, Rev. Matthew L. Wood, Dr. Ira Clay Hicks, Charles W. Watts, Dr. Claude A. Latham, Charles Pinder Snow, Carney Milton Layne, Dr. Arthur S. Jones, F. Darney Caldweld, Lemuel Richard Via, Isaac E. Handley, Dr. Edward E. Shafer, Carleton D. Emmons, Dr. Charles W. Wise, Homer L. Yeich, Dr. James Boyce Taylor, Burton H. Mott, Robert L. Archer, Charles W. Campbell, Dr. Charles Hamilton Morris, Dr. William E. Neal, Thomas Hope Harvey, Harry H. Harvey, Dr. Thomas Dugan, Andrew C. Thomas, George Jackson Caldwell, Gov. Henry Drury Hatfield, James Lewis Caldwell, Hugh B. Hagen, Elliott Northcott, James K. Oney, Dr. James S. Clumpp, Peter C. Buffington, Claude E. Goodwin, Charles R. Carder, Jefferson W. Yoho, Albert R. Field, Edwin Burton Kyle, DeSelm A. Hall, Lawrence L. Wilson, Dr. George Delbert Johnson, Fred M. Livezey, William M. Jones, Charles L. Ritter, Col. Harry R. Wyllie, William W. Smith, Charles F. Bookseller Inventory # 000234

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Behrman, S. N.

Published by Hamish Hamilton, United Kingdom (1972)

ISBN 10: 0241021790 ISBN 13: 9780241021798

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Item Description: Hamish Hamilton, United Kingdom, 1972. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Published 1972 near fine hardback, light browning to page edges, in a very good dust wrapper, corners and edges lightly rubbed, spine lightly sunned, edges browned inside cover. 232 pages with index. Catalogue. Illustrations. Bookseller Inventory # 0014996

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Ford, Garret (ed.)(aka William L. Crawford ) Henry Hasse (aka Theodore Pine ); Robert E Gilbert; Murray Leinster (aka William Fitzgerald , Will F. Jenkins ); J T Oliver; D J Reiner; Basil Wells (aka Gene Ellerman )

Published by Los Angeles, CA: Fantasy Publishing, 1951, 1st edition, First Printing, Los Angeles, California (1951)

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Item Description: Los Angeles, CA: Fantasy Publishing, 1951, 1st edition, First Printing, Los Angeles, California, 1951. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Very Good+ ( see Description ). Uncredited Cover Art (illustrator). First Edition. -----------softcover, about 4.5 x 7 inches, a solid Very Good copy, a wee bit of light rubbing, original issue price has been blacked out (leaving a small black mark on the verso of the front cover ) and had a new 50ø price stamped on the front cover, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. Not Signed. Bookseller Inventory # 158663

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Henry Ford (President) and W. J. Cameron (Editor)

Published by The Dearborn Publishing Company, Dearborn, MI (1926)

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Item Description: The Dearborn Publishing Company, Dearborn, MI, 1926. Magazine. Book Condition: Good. 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. A left-stapled magazine measuring 8-3/4" by 11-3/4" and containing 36 pages including front and rear covers. Contents include: Delaware Uses the Whipping Post: Are Lashes 'on the Bare Back, Well Laid On,' Effective as a Crime Preventive? by Aaron Hardy Ulm; New Phases of Changing China: Sedan Chairs, and Moth-Eaten Donkeys Giving Way to Modern Things by Inez Marks Lowdermilk; Housecleaning in the Treasury: In Four Years There Were 300 Cases in Which Attorneys and Agents Practising Before the Treasury Department Were Respondents in Suspension or Disbarment Proceedings; column Mr. Ford's Page; Under the White Tops With 'Gil' [Robinson]: This Veteran Showman Takes You Into a World Where Clowns, Camels, and Wild Beasts Are the Actors by Harry E. Barnet; He Takes Tin Tacks From Tiny Throats: Doctor Who Has Saved Thousands of Children (on Dr. Chevalier Jackson); Patting the Lion's Mane: American Woman Says That English Men of Letters Are More Interesting Than American - She Gives Some of Them in Their Native Settings and Depicts Their Various Characteristics by Georgia Jackson Scott; How the United States Treats Its Diplomats by Marian Bruce Clark ("Present Conditions Prohibit Any Man From Attaining the Rank of United States Ambassador Unless He Can Supply Great Wealth to Maintain the Social Obligations of the Post"); Tragedy of the [Sir John] Franklin Expedition by Burt M. McConnell ("Conquerers, Even in Death, They Realized the Old Dream of a Northwest Passage"); Dying Africa Makes Her Appeal by H. K. W. Kumm ("Our Supply of Africa's Rich Products Will Be Lost If We Do Not Eradicate Her Deadly Diseases"); San Francisco Says "Shoot to Kill!" - Order to Police Creates Notable Decrease in the Volume of Serious Crime by H. H. Dunn. Condition: staples age-rusted; outer covers lightly age-browned and lightly soiled; small name and address stamp to rear cover. Bookseller Inventory # 010774

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Henry Ford (President) and W. J. Cameron (Editor)

Published by The Dearborn Publishing Company, Dearborn, MI (1927)

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Item Description: The Dearborn Publishing Company, Dearborn, MI, 1927. Magazine. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. A left-stapled magazine measuring 8-3/4" by 11-3/4" and containing 36 pages including front and rear covers. Contents include: 'Abide With Me': The Beautiful Story of the Writing of This Famous Hymn [composed by the Reverend Henry Francis Lyte]; Straightening Out the ALIEN Tangle: A Chat With the Chairman of the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization [Representative Albert Johnson]; He Never Wrote a 'SHADY' SONG - And Never Will [on Richard A. Whiting]; Will the Democratic Nomination Be Worth Fighting For? by a Member of the Press Gallery at Washington; column Mr. Ford's Page; Does the BIBLE Predict Peace? by Lieutenant Colonel W. G. MacKendrick, D.S.O.; How We Played in the Old Times by Julian Hawthorne; The Adventure of The Beautiful Things by Hugh Walpole [Part One of Story]; The Training of the African Black by Henri Galland ("A Youth Must Pass Through Physical Ordeals and Learn the Taboos Before He Can Be Accepted Into the Tribe"); A Letter From Nebuchadnezzar by William A. McGarry ("In Which He Tells of a Golden Statue Ninety Feet High and Nine Feet Wide"). Condition: staples age-rusted; outer covers lightly age-browned and lightly soiled; small name and address stamp to rear cover. Bookseller Inventory # 010775

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Henry Ford (President) and W. J. Cameron (Editor)

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Item Description: The Dearborn Publishing Company, Dearborn, MI, 1927. Magazine. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. A left-stapled magazine measuring 8-3/4" by 11-3/4" and containing 36 pages including front and rear covers. Contents include: The Restoration of Old New England by Don C. Seitz; That Presbyterian Child - Joseph Hergesheimer by Henry Albert Phillips ("Intimate Chat With Writer Who Took Eighteen Years to Make Good"); What Football May Come To by H.G. Salsinger; Luck, and the Bedside Manner by Joseph Collins; Scaring Death Away [in Africa] by Pavel Bouligin; The Function of American Folklore by Murray Godwin; How [Nathaniel] Hawthorne Laid Literary Cornerstones by Julian Hawthorne; Is There a Presidential Type? by McKee Barclay; A Free Fantasia on Peasants and Their Arts and Crafts by Charles J. Finger; Guam - an American Post on the Pacific by Heloise Lazaro White; Some Strange Trials at Washington by Carson C. Hathaway; Science Versus Preconceit by S.F. Aaron. Condition: staples age-rusted; outer covers lightly age-browned; small name and address stamp to rear cover. Bookseller Inventory # 010776

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Item Description: The Dearborn Publishing Company, Dearborn, MI, 1927. Magazine. Book Condition: Good. 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. A left-stapled magazine measuring 8-3/4" by 11-3/4" and containing 36 pages including front and rear covers. Contents include: Texas Cities on the Gulf [of Mexico] by Charles J. Finger; The Father of the Battleship by Violet K. Libby (on John Ericsson); The House in the Fiftieth Congress by Barnes Cooley; The Magazines of Colonial Days by Louis C. Karpinski; Mr. Ford's Page (on False Values and True); The Dude Ranch of the Snows by James Clyde Gilbert; Democracy in America by Lewis Worthington Smith; Going-To-The-Sun in Glacier National Park by Dorothy E. Pilley; At the World's Cross-Roads by Sydney R. Smyth (on Singapore). Condition: staples age-rusted (with some bleeding); outer covers lightly age-browned and lightly soiled; narrow scuff to mid-portion of front cover; small name and address stamp to rear cover. Bookseller Inventory # 010780

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Beecher, Henry Ward

Published by J.B. Ford & Co. New York, NY 1872 (1872)

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Item Description: J.B. Ford & Co. New York, NY 1872, 1872. 16 pp. 14.7 x 22.5 cm. Paper booklet, handwritten note on cover: "Please read and lend out." Good. "Subject: Do the Scriptures Forbid Women to Preach? "Let your women keep silence in the churches; . It is a shame for women to speak in the church." I. Cor. XIV., 34, 35. Beecher's answer:"No, unless she has something to say.". Bookseller Inventory # 5892

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APP, Austin J.

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Item Description: n.p. n.d. Reprint. Saddle-stapled wrappers; 66, [2] pp.; photographic frontis of App. In this pamphlet, App, the tireless German-American propagandist and revisionist, "tries to get at the root of why Jews everywhere provoke what they denounce as anti-Semitism." He profiles many historical figures who have been denounced as anti-Semitic, including Shakespeare, Franklin, Washington, Grant, Henry Ford, Sr., H. L. Mencken, T. S. Eliot, Father Coughlin, McCarthy, Ezra Pound, Thornton Wilder, Dickens, Chaucer, and many others. Before WWII, App was a well-known English scholar who wrote mainly for Catholic and mainstream academic publishers. In 1946 he established his Boniface imprint in Philadelphia and spent the next nearly four decades writing as a German/Nazi apologist and historical revisionist. A Fine copy. Although the title page lists Boniface as the publisher, as well as the date of 1976, this appears to us to be a later unattributed reprint. We've seen other copies of this pamphlet, none bearing the "Calling a Spade a Spade" alternate title to the front wrapper. [SINGERMAN, 1337]. Bookseller Inventory # 03416

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Dickey, Carl C. (editor)

Published by Doubleday, Doran & Company, New York (1928)

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Item Description: Doubleday, Doran & Company, New York, 1928. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Good. World's Work. August 1928. Contents Include Barbecues In Politics By Henry F. Pringle; "No Foxes Seen" By Captain Sir George H. Wilkins; Knights Of The Air By Lester J. Maitland; Henry Ford Talks About Edsel By Crowther; Who Is A Criminal-And Why? By Lewis E. Lawes; Political Battles Of The World War By Lord Beaverbrook; Working With Hoover By Donald Wilhelm; Where White Men Travel Alone By George Macadam; New Styles In Lumberjacks By Richard Harris; Raiders Of The Deep By Lowell Thomas. Front cover and first ten pages have a light crease through the middle. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. Bookseller Inventory # 012082

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Collier's Magazine

Published by Crowell Publishing, New York (1937)

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Item Description: Crowell Publishing, New York, 1937. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Good. Collier's- March 20, 1937. Contents Include The Short Short Story: Ghost At His Shoulder, By Alan Lemay; Ben Ames Williams: Girl Adrift--Love On A Maine Island; Henry Anton Steig: Evening Of A Gobble-Piper, Music In His Soul; Corey Ford: Starve A Fever--If You Can; Thomas McMorrow: Not In The Contract--The Magic Well; Jack Leonard: Marriage In The Morning--Mexican Romance; Frederick Hazlitt Brennan: Alma Maier Song, Part I--He Lifted Up His Eyes To The Hills; Dwight Mitchell Wiley: Castle Key, Part IV-- Rita Deserts; Octavus Roy Cohen: I Love You Again, Part VIII, Star-Fling News; Jim Marshal: Luck Of The Mongols-- Oriental Free-For-All; Ruth Carson: That Bloom In The Spring--Fashions, In Short; W. B. Courtney: Is It Safe To Fly? Sizing Up The Air-Ways; J. D. Ratcliff: No Father To Guide Them-Fatherless Bunnies; Jack Lamb: Fishing For A Living-Fortune With Hook And Line.; Quentin Reynolds: The Man Who Talks To Himself, Dialogue With A Dummy; Dorothy Ducas And Adele Brown: Chef's Choice-Delights From The Range; Freling Foster: Keep Up With The World--The Universe In Waltz Time; Editorial: Contempt Of Court; Cover By George De Zayas. Cover is soiled and has edge wear. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. Bookseller Inventory # 013623

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Jeff A. Menges (Selected and edited by)

Published by Dover Publications, Inc., New York (2010)

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Item Description: Dover Publications, Inc., New York, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: As New. Trade Paperback. 115pp. Henry Justice Ford (1860-1941). Black and white reproductions and many in the rare full-color formats of their original publication. Bookseller Inventory # PBK0448

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Barons of Business: Their Lives and Lifestyles: Scheller, William G.

Scheller, William G.

Published by Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, Inc (2002)

ISBN 10: 0883638428 ISBN 13: 9780883638422

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Item Description: Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, Inc, 2002. Hardcover. Navy blue cloth with gilt letters on spine & front cover, copper & color illus. dust jacket, 240 pp., many BW & color illus. "Follows the restless careers of our most brilliant and driven merchants, industrialists, and financiers as they master a new economic world of textiles, railroads, oil, and steel. With the twentieth century came fresh opportunities: automobiles, motion pictures, broadcasting, publishing, and retailing on a massive scale, and the vast horizon of high technology." (dj) Especially showcases the homes of 39 of these historically rich Americans or groups: the Hancocks, Harrison Grey Otis, Elias Hasket Derby, the Crowninshields, the Brown brothers, the Du Ponts of Delaware, Cornelius Vanderbilt, railroad giants, William Cornelius Van Horne, Jay Gould, Edward Henry Harriman, J. P. Morgan, Andrew Carnegie, Henry Clay Frick, John Davison Rockefeller, retail magnates, Joseph Pulitzer, William Randolph Hearst, Henry Ford, Walter P. Chrysler, George Eastman, Hollywood moguls, Walt Disney, Howard Hughes, Henry Flagler, John Ringling, James Deering, David Sarnoff, William S. Paley, Ted Turner, Malcolm Forbes, Sam Walton, Warren Buffett, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, high-tech giants, Larry Ellison, Jim Clark, and Bill Gates. Fun, for browsing and dreaming. VG- (First page carries lavish signature of architect-former owner; dj has some dings on back cover; book block edges may have some slight foxing; surfaces are clean and illus. are vibrant.). Bookseller Inventory # 151627

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Corn, Joseph J.

Published by Oxford University Press, New York (1983)

ISBN 10: 0195033566 ISBN 13: 9780195033564

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Item Description: Oxford University Press, New York, 1983. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Very Good+. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good+. First Edition. 177 pp, 9 1/2" H. B&w photographs, reproductions. "(R)econstructs America's first era of manned flight and brings back to life the famous and less-known aviators who became the nation's heroes: Charles Lindberg, whose achievement was the great event of the 1920s - Amelia Earhart, one of the many women 'aces' (the aviation industry encouraged women because, as pilot Louise Thaden put it, 'If a woman can handle a plane, the public thinks it must be 'duck soup' for men.') - Calbraith P. Rogers, who made the first transcontinental flight, surviving a dozen crashes, a broken arm and collarbone, and a score of wounds caused by the metal fragments of an exploded engine - and many others. The book provides a vivid picture of America in the first half of the century - its aspirations and concerns - as expressed in the exuberant and often utopian response to a major new technology." Dust jacket has very minor edge browning. Bookseller Inventory # 28427

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Goodspeed

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Item Description: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in Cape Girardeau County, MO, are recalled in this booklet, reprinted from excerpts from three rare books: Goodspeed's 1888: History of Southeast Missouri, The State of Missouri (1904), and Missouri, a Guide to the "Show Me" State, a 1930s WPA project. The 113-page spiral bound 8 1/2" x 11" booklet, is photocopi on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. Topics covered include: Ensign Sieur Girardot, Don Louis Lorimier, Andrew Ramsay, the Alexander Giboney family, Col. Bollinger, the Amos Byrd family, the Rodney family, the Randol family, the Thomas English family, the Hays family, the Penney family, and other notable early settlers; A list of families from 1803; Judicial History of Cape Girardeau District; Criminal Record, including several murders; Officials; the city of Cape Girardeau -- noted early residents, merchants, newspapers, schools, St. Vincent's College, Masonic Lodges, city officials; the town of Jackson -- first stores, first physicians, press, societies, etc.; Other towns -- Oak Ridge, Appleton, Pocahontas, Shawneetown, Burfordsville, Allentown, Millersville; Attorneys, and other items of interest. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most are fairly lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: J. Alfred Abernathy, Benjamin H. Adams, Sebastian Albert, Leon J. Albert, William E. Alexander, John H. Altenthal, Henry A. Astholz (pix), Francis M. Baker, Jonathan H. Barks, George H. Barks, George W. Bast, Lewis M. Bean, William M. Bennett, C.F. Betten, Charles L. Blattner, John A. Bowers, Samuel S. Bowman, William C. Bowman, Jasper N. Brooks, Otto Buehrmann, Dr. K.H. Burford, Frank E. Burrough, William Byrd, Abraham Ruddell Byrd, Rev. P.V. Byrne, John H. Caldwell, Jacob H. Campbell, James Carroll, Christopher C. Clippard, James A. Clippard, George W. Cobble, William H. Coerver, Nathan C. Collins, William B. Colyer, Maurice Cramer, Sidney Daugherty, Eldridge G. Davidson, Chesley Booker Davis, B.F. Davis, L.H. Davis, N. Monroe Davis, Robert W. Davis, Jacob Deck, P.H. Dempsey, Joseph Devenport, John M. Devore, Marion Drum, John Eggimann, E.H. Engelman, Thomas W. English, Henry Fenimore, Albert C. Ford, John Adam Frank, John W. Fulenwider, Emanuel Geiser, Robert T. Giboney, D.A. Glenn, George W. Goodson, William B. Green, Christian W. Hager, Henry G. Hager, Charles Harenberg, Dr. S.S. Harris, Dr. Edward R. Harris, Francis M. Hartle, Emanuel Hartle, Christian C. Haupt, Henry Heise, Jehoidia H. Held, Dr. Benjamin R. Hempstead, Judge John R. Henderson, Dr. Robert T. Henderson, Solomon D. Hensley, August Heuer, John Hink, Daniel Hinkle, Jacob L. Hinkle, Henry C. Hinton, C. Hirsch Jr., Greer D. Hitt, Isaac Cooper Hitt, Joseph V. Hobbs, David Loy Hoffman, Thomas D. Hope, Dr. John A. Horn, S.B. Horrell, J.A. Horrell, Louis Houck, H.W. Howard, Edward F. Jenkins, Dr. Thomas E. Johnson, Prof. Thomas E. Joyce, John G. Juden, Edward S. Juden, F.A. Kage, William N. Keeling, John G. Keller, George J. Keller, Louis T. Keller, Henry Kerstner, John Kerstner, Claus Kerstner, Fred Kies, Andrew H. Kinder, Judge Levi J. Kinder, Louis C. Kipping, Louis F. Klostermann (pix), John W. Knox, Frederick Kurre, William E. Lang, Peter Lehner, Joseph C. Lewis, Edward S. Lilly, J.W. Limbaugh, Amos Link, Andrew Litzelfelner, Joseph C. Litzelfelner, August H. Litzelfelner, Christian Lowes, Caspar Ludwig, Peter Ludwig, Dr. Samuel M. McAnally, James W. McBryde, John M. McClean, John S. McGhee, the McGuire family, John McKenna, John W. McLane, John W. McLeary, George W. McNeely, John Newton McNeely, Henry Martens, Joseph D. Massey, Medad Masterson, J.A. Matteson, Charles P. Medley, Anton F. Meister, Julius Meyer, George Meyer, Bookseller Inventory # 000678

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The Life of Jesus, the Christ: Henry Ward Beecher

Henry Ward Beecher

Published by J. B. Ford and Company (1871)

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Item Description: J. B. Ford and Company, 1871. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. First Edition. 8 x 11 x 1,5 inches. Brown cloth covered boards with gilt designs and black borders on cover and gilt lettering and black designs along spine; moderate edge and shelfwear. Binding tight with a few loose pages. Some foxing and age appropriate toning but contents otherwise clean and unmarked. 387 pp. including Analytical Index. Beautifully illustrated with numerous wood and steel engravings and a few maps all of which are described in detail in the table of contents and appear intact. Additional photos available upon request. All items carefully packed to avoid damage from moisture and rough handling. Bookseller Inventory # 007927

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HENDERSON, Philip (editor)

Published by Everyman's Library - J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd./E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., London/New York (1962)

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Item Description: Everyman's Library - J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd./E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., London/New York, 1962. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fair. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good-. A collection of four shorter novels from the 1600s in an Everyman's Library edition. Includes: "Ornatus and Artesia" by Emanuel Ford, "Oroonoko" by Aphra Behn, "The Isle of Pines" by Henry Neville and "Incognita" by William Congrove. Edited, and with an introduction by Philip Henderson. Everyman's Library #841. --- In binding style 4, full green cloth-covered boards with gilt-stamped spine titling, pale orange topstain. Green jacket with Victoria Norrington drawing on the cover. --- With prior owner's considerable inked underlinings and marginalia, else a clean, sound copy. Jacket with retailer's sticker, sticker removal evidence at spine and back cover and light chafing to extremities; otherwise bright and in removable archival mylar protector.; 12mo (7 to 7-1/2 in. tall) ; xiv, 303 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 80281

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ARCHITECTS OF CONSPIRACY: An Intriguing History.: Hoar, William P.

Hoar, William P.

Published by Boston & LA. 1984. Western Islands Publishers (1984)

ISBN 10: 0882792377 ISBN 13: 9780882792378

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Item Description: Boston & LA. 1984. Western Islands Publishers, 1984. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Included. 1st Edition. blue cloth hardbound 8vo. dustwrapper in protective plastic. fine cond. binding square & tight. covers clean. edges clean. contents free of all markings. dustwrapper in fine cond. with minor rubbing.nice clean copy. no library markings, store stamps, stickers, bookplates, no names, inking , underlining, remainder markings etc ~ first edition. first printing ( nap). decorative title pg. xviii+361p. biblio. index. world history. american history. conspiracy theory. secret societies. politics. new world order. world war i. world war ii. korean war. vietnam war. enlightenment. french revolution. american civil war. great depression. illuminati. bakunin. baruch. bolsheviks. versailles. anarchism. lindbergh. FDR. henry ford. carnegie. federal reserve. alger hiss. adolph hitler. colonel house. walter lippman.j p morgan. mussolini. narodniki. new deal. ottoman empire. poland.rockefeller. woodrow wilson.stalin. "The Twenty Eight chapters of this book appeared from December 1975 to May 1984 in American Opinion magazine."~ The lust for power is not as widely understood as is the desire for fame and fortune. Perhaps some who have obtained great notoriety feel they are entitled to rule, or that control of others is the only sensation remaining in a jaded existence. Whatever the case, those afflicted with this consuming passion are responsible for most of the wars, slavery, and human misery throughout the history of the world. The subjects of this book are those who have adopted a more sophisticated approach to power than outright conquest. They employ all the techniques of intrigue, subversion, and conspiracy to manipulate authority from behind the scenes, and share the goal of a "New World Order" or a global superstate to consolidate control of humanity. It is not just some mysterious "they" but specific and often well~known individuals and organizations described in these pages. Mr. Hoar has, from solid 'historical sources, provided an intriguing and scholarly examination of these conspirators ~ beginning with the French Revolution and continuing through the American Revolution, the Civil War, Reconstruction, robber barons and banking conspirators, the two World Wars . and bringing the reader right up to the contemporary machinations of the Trilateralists. It makes fascinating reading; but, more than that, this book represents the one thing those who operate in the dark fear most ~ exposure to the light. Bookseller Inventory # 4291108

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THE JUICY PARTS: Things Your History Teacher: Mingo, Jack

Mingo, Jack

Published by NY. August 1996. Perigee Book/ Berkeley Publishing Group. (1996)

ISBN 10: 0739402676 ISBN 13: 9780739402672

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Item Description: NY. August 1996. Perigee Book/ Berkeley Publishing Group., 1996. hardbound 8vo. dustwrapper in protective plastic. fine cond. binding square & tight. covers clean. edges clean. contents free of all markings. dustwrapper in near fine cond. couple of tiny tears at spine top, 1" tear front top. nice clean copy. no library markings, store stamps, stickers, bookplates, no names, inking , underlining, remainder markings etc ~first edition so stated. first printing ( # 1 in # line). x+278p. selected references. world history. american history. biography. politics. hollywood. conspiracy theory. secret societies. espionage. true crime. The Marx Brothers. Fidel Castro. Marilyn Monroe .Steven Jobs and Stephen Wozniak. Agatha Christie. Albert Einstein. Muhammad Ali. Abbie Hoffman. Henry Ford. Houdini. Michael Jackson. Virginia Woolf. Thomas Alva Edison .Pablo Picasso. James Dean. Joseph Stalin. Walt Disney. William Randolph Hearst.W. C. Fields Richard Nixon. Charles Lindbergh .Joe DiMaggio. Liberace. Judy Garland. George S. Patton. Alfred Hitchcock. Adolf Hitler. Frank Lloyd Wright. Marie Curie. Oscar Wilde. Malcolm Forbes. Queen Victoria. Rudolph Valentino .J. Edgar Hoover. The Beatles. Winston Churchill. George Bernard Shaw. Marlene Dietrich. Vincent van Gogh. Howard Hughes. ~ You don't need to know what kind of house a person lived in as a child, or what his family was like or where he went to school. You want the good stuff~the facts they would never teach you in history class~the strange coincidences, contradictions, unusual relationships, feuds, flings and failures that make everyone human. You want The Juicy Parts ~ Jack Mingo's tantalizing original collection of the most compelling facts about this century's most compelling figures . • Lee Harvey Oswald's plan to assassinate Richard Nixon • Teenager Fidel Castro's letter to President Roosevelt~and FDR's disappointing response • Michael Jackson's early entry into America's homes~knocking on doors for Jehovah's Witnesses • Mark Twain's prediction of Winston Churchill's future glory • Muhammad Ali's connection with Malcolm X, and the unexplained fire at his house the night of Malcolm's assassination • Where Hitler got the idea for concentration camps • How J. Edgar Hoover remained in power against the wishes of presidents • Howard Hughes' longtime relationship with Cary Grant • Why Albert Einstein thought himself a failure, and what he really wanted to do with his life ~ And everything you've never been told about the Beatles, James Dean, Marlene Dietrich, Liberace, George Patton, Queen Victoria, Walt Disney, Joseph Stalin and more . Bookseller Inventory # 6271105

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McMULLIN, B.J.

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Item Description: Wrs. pp. 39-49 in the library March 1984, the transactions of the bibliographical society , sixth series, volume 6, number 1.Contains also: "Prayer-Book Translations in the nineteenth Century", D. N. Griffiths (pp.1-24)."Thomas Marsh, Henry Marsh, and the Roman Emperors", A. R. Braunmuller (pp.25-38). "The disappointment: A disappointment", Peter W.M.Blayney (pp.49-60). "Ackermann's History of the colleges", Jill Ford (pp.60-71). 118 pp. Illus. in b/w.; 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 70155

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Item Description: Wolfgang Krüger Verlag, [Frankfurt (Main)], 1986. Pappband. 22 cm. 235 seiten. Pappeinband mit OU. leichte Gebrauchsspuren, OU mit Läsuren. »Die folgende Geschichte wurde mir von einem Mann diktiert, der unter dem Namen Robert bekannt ist. Wie es kam, daß er sich in meiner Obhut befand, wird sich am Ende der Erzählung herausstellen. ich veröffentliche sie, weil ich sie für ein bemerkenswertes und wertvolles Dokument halte, mag sie nun wahr oder erfunden sein.« So beginnt »Ashmadi«, und Dr. Erasmus erzählt die phantastische Geschichte einer Ratte, die - statt zu jagen und zu fressen wie ihresgleichen - von dem Phänomen »Mensch« und »Menschenmacht« fasziniert ist. Sie will herausfinden, wie und warum der Mensch zur mächtigsten und gefürchtetsten Kreatur werden konnte. Sie will ihn studieren, seine Methoden erlernen - und ihn schließlich mit seinen eigenen Mitteln schlagen können. Bei der Verwirklichung ihres Plans wird sie unversehens ins Aschenputteldrama miteinbezogen: Die Lichtfrau, die Ashmadi ? eine Küchenmagd -mit schönen Kleidern zum Fest des Prinzen schickt, verwandelt die Ratte in Robert, den Kutscher, der sie zum Schloß des Prinzen bringt. Als Robert um Mitternacht wieder in eine Ratte verwandelt wird, kehrt sie zu ihresgleichen zurück - muß aber feststellen, daß sie die Rattensprache weder sprechen noch verstehen kann. Im Reden, Denken und Fühlen ist Robert, die Ratte, ein Mensch geblieben. Als jedoch ihr Wunsch, wieder Menschengestalt zu erlangen, endlich in Erfüllung geht, hat Robert größte Abenteuer zu bestehen. Als Kutscher des Diktators Devlin, der den Tod Ashmadis, Roberts erste und einzige Liebe, zu verantworten hat, beginnt er seinen Rachefeldzug gegen das Menschengeschlecht. .»Ashmadi« ist ein spannendes und nachdenklich stimmendes Märchen über das Anderssein, über die Liebe, über Menschlichkeit und Wahrhaftigkeit. Aktuelle Bezüge zur Gegenwart stellen sich beim Lesen immer wieder ein - ebenso wie betroffenmachende Fragen über die Lern- und Toleranzfähigkeit des Menschen und über das immer wiederkehrende Problem von Ideal und Wirklichkeit.David Henry Wilson wurde 1937 in London geboren, studierte Französisch und Deutsch, lehrte später in Frankreich, Ghana und in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. Er ist gegenwärtig Akademischer Oberrat an der Universität Konstanz und lehrt an der Universität Bristol. David Henry Wilson lebt mit seiner Familie in Taunton, Somerset.Als Bühnenautor ist er in England, Schottland, Norwegen und mit >Wir suchen Mary Pick-ford< in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland bekanntgeworden. Über seine sehr erfolgreichen Kinderbücher - insbesondere die JEREMY-JAMES-Reihe - urteilten die Nürnberger Nachrichten: »Der Autor belehrt nicht, erzieht nicht, wertet nicht - und das macht den Reiz seiner Geschichten aus. Mit Humor und Witz, augenzwinkernd und nachdenklich, beschreibt Wilson Alltägliches, nachvollziehbar für alle Kinder und Erwachsenen.« Annemarie Boll (geb. Cech) wurde 1910 in Pilsen geboren, heiratete 1942 Heinrich Boll und gebar vier Söhne. Als Übersetzerin trat sie besonders mit der Übertragung von Werken P. Whites, B. Malamuds, J. D. Salingers, B. Behans, B. Shaws und Judith Kerrs hervor.' Claus-Dietrich Hentschel (geboren 1937 in Berlin), ein Meister phantastischer Visionen rätselhafter Landschaften, Räume und imaginärer Figuren, ist Absolvent der Berliner Hochschule für bildende Künste sowie studier ter Germanist und lebt heute in Konstanz" Seinen Gemälden entstammen die Motive Gestaltung der Fischer Taschenbuch-ReihI »Bibliothek der phantastischen Abenteuer."Auszüge aus dem Buch. Buch. Bookseller Inventory # 592128951

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