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1 ADRIAN, Arthur A. LEMON, Mark PUNCH Mark Lemon : First Editor of Punch. in dj
Oxford University Press, 1966, 
ADRIAN, Arthur A. Mark Lemon : First Editor of Punch. L: Oxford University Press, 1966. Pp. 241. Illustrated. 8vo, green cloth, gilt titles to spine, top edge red. A biography of Mark Lemon (1809-1870), the first editor of Punch, published to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the founding of the magazine in 1841. Slight bump to tail of spine, else vg in well rubbed, edgeworn dj. 35.00

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2 American Architect and Building News American Architect and Building News. Vol. 31, Nos. 784-796, January-March 1891
Ticknor & Co. Publishers, Boston, 1891, 
(American Architect). The American Architect and Building News. Vol. XXXI, Nos. 784-796, January-March 1891. Boston : Ticknor & Co. Publishers, 1891. Pp (4),[i]-viii,[1]-208,(4),+ 77 full-page plates (4 in colour) + 32 double-page plates. Text Illustrations. Double Column. 4to, dark brown half-leather, red marbled paper covered boards, gilt lettering to spine. A beautifully illustrated architectural magazine covering national and international topics. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL APPLY DUE TO THIS VOLUME'S WEIGHT. Wear to spine, edges and outer hinges, rear board detached but present, boards rubbed, else good. 200.00

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American Indian Art Magazine.  Vol.4 No.2 to Vol.19 No.3, and Vol.20 No.1. , American Indian Art)
3 American Indian Art) American Indian Art Magazine. Vol.4 No.2 to Vol.19 No.3, and Vol.20 No.1.
American Indian Art Inc., Scottsdale, AZ, 1979, 
(American Indian Art). American Indian Art Magazine. Vol.4 No.2 to Vol.19 No.3, and Vol.20 No.1 (Scottsdale, AZ : American Indian Art Inc, Spring 1979- Winter 1994). Approximately 100 pages per issue. 4to, wrappers. Because of its weight, shipping charges will be higher than normal. Wear to spine ends, else very good. the 63 issues for 700.00

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Annual Register or a View of the History, Politicks Politics and Literaturefor the Years  : 1758 to 1808, Annual Register BURKE, Edmund
4 Annual Register BURKE, Edmund Annual Register or a View of the History, Politicks Politics and Literaturefor the Years : 1758 to 1808
Dodsley and others, London, 1758, 
Annual Register . Annual Register or a View of the History, Politicks / Politics and Literature for the Year. London
The Annual Register (originally subtitled "A View of the History, Politicks and Literature of the Year ... ") is a long-established reference work, written and published each year, which records and analyses the year’s major events, developments and trends throughout the world.
It was first written in 1758 under the editorship of Edmund Burke. This collection contains much on the wars and revolutions of the eighteenth century, as well as chronicling development in most spheres of endeavour.
"The Annual Register was created in 1758 by the publishers James and Robert Dodsley. On 24 April 1758 the Dodsley brothers signed a contract with Edmund Burke (1729–97) to write and edit the material for The Annual Register, which was conceived as an annual publication which would review the history, politics and literature of the day.
Born in Ireland, Burke had trained as a lawyer before abandoning this field and turning to writing. He was an up-and-coming member of the intelligentsia and had already written several notable works, published by Dodsley. According to his contract with Dodsley, Burke was paid £100 per annum as editor of The Annual Register. In its original form, The Annual Register comprised a long historical essay on the “History of the Present War” (the Seven Years' War 1756–63), a Chronology, which gave an account of interesting and noteworthy events in Britain over the previous year, and a collection of “State Papers”, a miscellany of primary source material which included official documents, speeches,letters and accounts. In his preface to the 1758 volume Burke noted the difficulties he had faced in writing the history section of the book. Taking the “broken and unconnected materials” and creating from them “one connected narrative” had been, he commented, “a work of more labour than may at first appear”. Nevertheless, his perseverance and skill as an historian meant that by the time of its publication the first volume of The Annual Register contained a unique, contemporaneous account of the war, analysing its origins and development with a perspective not readily available at the time in newspapers or magazines. As a result the book sold widely, with the first volume going through five editions in its first 10 years. Given the conventions of the day, within which journalism was seen as a disreputable profession for a gentleman, Burke was publicly reticent about his connection with The Annual Register. However, his biographers are in agreement that Burke wrote and edited the book single-handedly until 1765 when he entered Parliament. From this time Thomas English was closely involved in writing the book and is regarded by some authorities as having taken over the editorship from Burke in that year. Scholars are divided on the question of Burke’s association with the book thereafter, although many suggest that he continued to contribute to the history section and that he played a significant role in overseeing The Annual Register’s compilation until the 1790s, even though much of the editorial work by this stage was being done by others."

See William B. Todd's A Bibliography of Edmund Burke, (2nd ed., 1982) pp.45-68, for Burke’s involvement with the Annual Register.

1. [...] for the Year 1758.Second Edition, 1761.
2. [...] for the Year 1759. Fifth Edition, 1769.
3. [...] for the Year 1760. Fourth Edition, 1767.
4. [...] for the Year 1761. Third Edition, 1772.
5. [...] for the Year 1762. Second Edition, 1766.

6. [...] for the Year 1763. Third Edition, 1768. Has four folding maps including "New Map of the British Dominions in North America" by Kitchin. The first map showing Canada and Florida as parts of the British Empire.

7. [...] for the Year 1764. First Edition, 1765.
8. [...] for the Year 1765. First Edition, 1766.
9. [...] for the Year 1766. Second Edition, 1772.
10. [...] for the Year 1767. Second Edition, 1772.
11. [...] for the Year 1768. First Edition, 1768.
12. [...] for the Year 1769. First Edition, 1770.
13. [...] for the Year 1770. First Edition, 1771.
14. [...] for the Year 1771. First Edition, 1772.
15. [...] for the Year 1772. Third Edition, 1780.
16. [...] for the Year 1773. Third Edition, 1780.
17. [...] for the Year 1774. Second Edition, 1778.
18. [...] for the Year 1775. Third Edition, 1780.

19. [...] for the Year 1776. First Edition, 1777. Importantly this volume of the Annual Register is a first edition as the American Declaration of Independence appears here on pp.261-270, said to be its earliest printing in book form. It is in a section on State Papers, headed "Reasons assigned by the Continental Congress, for the North-American Colonies and Provinces withdrawing their allegiance to the King of Great-Britain."

20. [...] for the Year 1777. Fifth Edition, 1805.
21. [...] for the Year 1778. Third Edition, 1786.
22. [...] for the Year 1779. Fourth Edition, 1802.
23. [...] for the Year 1780. First Edition, 1781.
24. [...] for the Year 1781. Third Edition, 1800.
25. [...] for the Year 1782. Third Edition, 1800.
26. [...] for the Year 1783. Second Edition, 1800.
27. [...] for the Year 1784 and 1785. Second Edition, 1800.
28. [...] for the Year 1786. First Edition, 1788.
29. [...] for the Year 1787. Second Edition, 1789.
30. [...] for the Year 1788. Second Edition,1790.
31. [...] for the Year 1789. First Edition, 1792.
32. [...] for the Year 1790. ? Edition, .
33. [...] for the Year 1791. First Edition ?, n.d.
34. [...] for the Year 1792. First Edition ?, 1799
35. [...] for the Year 1793. First Edition ?, n.d.
36. [...] for the Year 1794. Second Edition, 1806.
38. [...] for the Year 1796. First Edition, 1800.
39. [...] for the Year 1797. Second Edition, 1807.
40. [...] for the Year 1798. Second Edition, 1 806.
41. [...] for the Year 1799. First Edition, 1801.
42. [...] for the Year 1800. First Edition, 1801.
43. [...] for the Year 1801. First Edition, 1802.
44. [...] for the Year 1802. First Edition, 1803.
45. [...] for the Year 1803. First Edition, 1805.
46. [...] for the Year 1804. First Edition, 1806.
47. [...] for the Year 1805. First Edition, 1807.
48. [...] for the Year 1806. First Edition, 1808.
50. [...] for the Year 1808. First Edition, 1810.

With Index volume for 1758-1780, First Edition, 1783.
All but four are leather bound, some with leather boards, some not. A few have loose boards , one is missing boards, title page and first two pages. Wear to sides of some volumes. Vols 23,31,41 - modern buckram.

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5 Architectural Review PRIDMORE, J.E.O. BROWN, Frank Chouteau WORTHINGTON, Addison F. Architectural Review. Volume 6, Number 1 to 6, January to June 1918
Architectural Review, New York , 1918, 
(Architectural Review). The Architectural Review. Volume VI, Number 1 to 6,January to June 1918. New York : The Architectural Review, 1918. Pp xi-xiv ,ix-x,[1]-96,+ 74 regular plates and 53 supplementary plates (4 folding, 2 in colour). Text Illustrations. Double Column. 4to, black half-leather, green cloth boards, gilt lettering to spine. A profusely illustrated architectural magazine (photographs and plans). Sample of contents : An Architect's Trip Across France in War-Time (by J.E.O. Pridmore, pp 10-12); A Proposed New Summer Capital and National Center for the United States of America (by Frank Chouteau Brown, pp 47-54); Old Maryland and Virginia Farms (by Addison F. Worthington, pp 71-72); Yorkship : A New War Town for the Emergency Fleet Corporation, near Camden, N.J. (by Ralph F. Warner, pp 91-53, illustrated with 3 sketches and 4 sets of plans); and much more. Yorkship Village development “is being financed out of a fifty million dollar appropriation made by Congress in February for the use of the United States Shipping Board,Emergency Fleet Corporation, whose shipbuilding program has been seriously menaced by the shortage of homes.” (p. 91). ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WI LL APPLY DUE TO THIS VOLUME'S WEIGHT. Outer hinges cracked and spine tape-repaired, corners worn, cloth rubbed, hinges shaky, else internally good to very good. 75.00

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6 Architectural Review Van COURT, Robert H. Architectural Review. Volume10, Number 1 to 6, January to June 1920
Architectural Review, New York , 1920, 
(Architectural Review). The Architectural Review. Volume X, Number 1 to 6, January to June 1920. New York : The Architectural Review, 1920. Pp (4),1-192,(2),+ 102 full-page plates (2 folding). Text Illustrations. Double Column. 4to, black half-leather, black cloth boards, gilt lettering to spine. A profusely illustrated architectural magazine (photographs and plans). Sample of contents : United States Army Supply Base, Brooklyn, New York City (pp1-4); Colonial Houses at Annapolis (pp 69-72); The Art of Stained Glass, b y Robert H. Van Court, Part I (pp 137-40) and Part II (pp 169-171, 192); and much more. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL APPLY DUE TO THIS VOLUME'S WEIGHT. Wear to spine and corners, cloth rubbed, front outer hinge cracked, else good to very good. 75.00

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7 Architecture and Building. SHEPPARD, E.J. BROWN, Frank Chouteau. WILLIAMSON, Russell Barr. Architecture and Building : A Magazine Devoted to Contemporary Architectural Construction. Vol. 53, January, 1921 - December, 1921
William T. Comstock Company, New York , 1921, 
(Architecture and Building). Architecture and Building : A Magazine Devotedto Contemporary Architectural Construction. Vol. LIII, January, 1921 – Dec ember, 1921. New York : The William T. Comstock Company, 1921. Pp (4),[1]-96,+ 210 plates. Text Illustrations. Double Column. 4to, black half-leather,green cloth boards, gilt lettering to spine. Sample of contents : Paint as an Engineering Material (by E.J. Sheppard, pp 3-5, 7); Foundation Work for the Harbour View Building, Broad and Front Streets, New York (by Jacob Lan gfuer, pp 27-29); Solving the Concrete House Design Problem (by Russell Barr Williamson, pp 56-57); and much more. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL APPLY DUE TO THIS VOLUME'S WEIGHT. Spine repaired with black tape (with part of original spine taped on, but upside down), corners worn, cloth rubbed, front inner hinge cracked, else good to very good internally. As is. 75.00

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8 Architecture Forum EBERLEIN, Harold D. SHEDD, Charles L. CARRIERE, Robert B.C.M. Architectural Forum. Volume 34, Number 1 to 6, January to June 1921
Rogers and Manson Company, New York , 1921, 
(Architectural Forum). The Architectural Forum. Volume XXXIV, Number 1 to 6, January to June 1921. New York : Rogers and Manson Company, 1921. Pp [i]-iv,[1]-228,+ 6 frontispieces and 94 plates. Text Illustrations. Double Column. 4to, black half-leather, black cloth boards, gilt lettering to spine. Aprofusely illustrated architectural magazine (photographs and plans). Samp le of contents : Early American Domestic Architecture. V. The Sir William Johnson House, Fort Johnson, N.Y. (pp 51-54); Villas of the Veneto (by Harold D. Eberlein and Robert B.C.M. Carrière, Parts I-III, pp 1-8, 77-84, 157-164); Steel Construction (by Charles L. Shedd, Parts I-III, pp 129-132, 183-186, 207-211); and much more. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL APPLY DUE TOTHIS VOLUME'S WEIGHT. Front cover detached, wear to spine and corners, clo th rubbed, else good to very good. 100.00

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9 Architecture Forum GREELEY, William Roger MORRIS, B.W. Architectural Forum. Volume 33, Number 1 to 6, July to December 1920.
Rogers and Manson Company, New York , 1920, 
(Architectural Forum). The Architectural Forum. Volume XXXIII, Number 1 to 6, July to December 1920. New York : Rogers and Manson Company, 1920. Pp [i]-iv,[1]-232,+ 6 frontispieces and 96 plates. Text Illustrations. Double Column. 4to, black half-leather, black cloth boards, gilt lettering to spine.A profusely illustrated architectural magazine (photographs and plans). Sa mple of contents : The Cunard Building, New York (by B.W. Morris, pp 1-6); Sprinkler Installation for Fire Protection (by W.D. Brown, Parts I-IV, pp 26-28, 73-74, 85-88, 139-142); Schoolhouses in Massachusetts (by William Roger Greeley, pp 155-160); and much more. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL APPLY DUE TO THIS VOLUME'S WEIGHT. Wear to spine and corners, cloth rubbed, hinges solid, else very good. 100.00

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10 Asahi) Present-Day Nippon : Tenth Anniversary Number, No. 10, 1934 : Annual English Supplement of The Asahi, Osaka and Tokyo
Asahi, Osaka and Tokyo, 1934, 
(The Asahi). Present-Day Nippon : Tenth Anniversary Number, No. 10, 1934 : Annual English Supplement of The Asahi, Osaka and Tokyo . Osaka and Tokyo: The Asahi, 1934. Pp. 188, including two colour plates. Illustrated. Double column. Large 4to, illustrated brown card covers with the painting of a geisha on the front. An annual issue containing dozens of short articles promoting the economic, cultural, and industrial achievements of Japan in the middle of the 1930s, including the Japanese involvement in Manchuria at the time. Text in English. Spine ends chipped, six of the eight plates have beenremoved, front cover creased, fore-edges nicked, pp. 21-22 slashed, else v g. 150.00

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11 Atlantic Fisherman and Shipping Review] Atlantic Fisherman and Shipping Review, July 1965
Atlantic Fisherman and Shipping Review, Sackville, NB, 1965, 
[Atlantic Fisherman and Shipping Review]. The Atlantic Fisherman and Shipping Review, July 1965 . Sackville, NB: Atlantic Fisherman and Shipping Review, 1965. Pp. 18. Illustrated. Triple column. Large 8vo, illustrated stapledwhite and blue wraps. Articles include: "Modern German Ships in Port", "Co ast Guard Service Expansion is Greeted", "More Pressure on Fish Stocks is Seen Possible", and "Russian Fleet Activity Seen Posing No Danger". Rubbed, minor abrasion to head of front cover, else vg. For the issue. 8.00

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12 Atlantic Fisherman and Shipping Review] Atlantic Fisherman and Shipping Review, June 1964
Atlantic Fisherman and Shipping Review, Sackville, NB, 1964, 
[Atlantic Fisherman and Shipping Review]. The Atlantic Fisherman and Shipping Review, June 1964 . Sackville, NB: Atlantic Fisherman and Shipping Review, 1964. Pp. 16. Illustrated. Triple column. Large 8vo, illustrated stapledwhite and blue wraps. Articles include: "New Ferry Prince Nova Faces Busy 1964 Season", "Norwegian Whaling Ship Will Operate from N.S.", "Sees Boost for N.B. Boat-Building", and "Ferry Captain Has 300,000 Trip Record on Run". Rubbed, tea stain to front cover, else vg. For the issue. 10.00

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13 Atlantic Mirror LIPSCHUTZ, Norman, (ed.) Atlantic Mirror Vol.I, Nos.1-4
Atlantic Literary Alliance, Glace Bay, N.S., 1967, 
(Atlantic Mirror). Atlantic Mirror. Vol.I, Nos.1-4. Glace Bay, N.S.: Atlantic Literary Alliance, 1967-1968. Norman Lipschutz, Editor and A.L.A. chairman. Printed by Brodie Printing Service Ltd., Glace Bay. Each issue : pp (2), 3-22,(2). Triple column. Self wraps. No.1, Jan.-March, 1967. "Premiere Edition". Extensive editorial comment on local & world events; R.J.MacSween's"The Works of Evelyn Waugh" (pp.9-11); A section titled "With Our Maritime Poets" (8 women including Lillian Crewe Walsh & Hazel F. Goddard); "Mirror Editorial on the Propsed Phasing Out of the Nova Scotia Coal Industry". No .2, April-June, 1967. "Spring Edition". Extensive editorial comment on local & world events; R.J.MacSween's "In The Park: A Story with a Moral" (pp.8-10); a section titled "With Our Maritime Poets" (Farley Mowat's "Balloon Song" as well as 8 women including Alice Bardsley, Rose Winters, & Hazel F. Goddard); Elizabeth Hiscott's "Wallace R. MacAskill : Poet of the Camera" (pp.14-15); Mary M. Eisnor's "Road's End: A Romantic Tale"; Major C.I.N.MacLeod's "Why Did The Highland Scots Emigrate to Nova Scotia?"; &c..3, Sept.-Oct., 1967. Subtitle : The Voice of the Maritime Writer. Extensive editorial comment on local & world events; Sarah Fraser Teasdale's reminiscences "Shake the Dreamland Tree" (pp.8-9); R.J.MacSween's "The Burnt Forest" (pp.10-12); a section titled "With Our Maritime Poets" (R.J.MacSween's "The Storm",Patrick F. Walsh's "Haiku Pilgrimage", Natalie B. Stoddard's "The Micmac W arrior", as well as Hazel F. Goddard, &c); Helen Porter's "No Swelled Head for Me" (pp.16-17); Rose Winters' "A Gardener's Paradise"; &c. 2 illustrations by Patrick F. Walsh. No.4, Feb.-March. 1968. Subtitle : The Voice of the Maritime Writer. Extensive editorial comment on local & world events; Father Andrew Hogan on the Steel Crisis; several poems, R.J.MacSween's "The Scream" (pp.8-10); Sarah Fraser Teasdale's reminiscences "Our Winter Guest" (pp.12-14); W.J. Hawkins' "Joseph Howe's Duel"(p.15); Eileen Cameron Henry'sstory "The Watcher of the Eye"; Margaret Rempel's "The Candy Man"; and Mar guerite Reid's "The Lighthouseof St. Margaret's" ("a hauntingly beautiful story that comes to us from Newfoundland", pp.20-23). Cover & illustrations by Patrick F. Walsh. Vg. the set for 50.00

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14 Atlantic Mirror LIPSCHUTZ, Norman, (ed.) GODDARD, Hazel F. WALSH, Lillian Crewe Atlantic Mirror Vol.I, No.1
Atlantic Literary Alliance, Glace Bay, N.S., 1967, 
(Atlantic Mirror). Atlantic Mirror. Vol.I, No.1. Jan.-March, 1967. "Premiere Edition". Glace Bay, N.S.: Atlantic Literary Alliance, 1967. Norman Lipschutz, Editor and A.L.A. chairman. Printed by Brodie Printing Service Ltd., Glace Bay. Pp (2),3-22,(2). Triple column. Self wraps. Extensive editorial comment on local & world events; R.J.MacSween's "The Works of Evelyn Waugh"(pp.9-11); A section titled "With Our Maritime Poets" (8 women including L illian Crewe Walsh & Hazel F. Goddard); "Mirror Editorial on the Propsed Phasing Out of the Nova Scotia Coal Industry". Rubbed, else vg. 10.00

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15 BACNHER, Evan At Ease : Navy Men of World War II. First Edition in dustjacket
Harry N. Abrams, New York , 2004, ISBN:0810948052 
BACNHER, Evan. At Ease : Navy Men of World War II. (New York) : Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers, (2004). First Printing. Pp (4),5-160. 4to, blue boards, with lighter blue lettering. A large-format photography book. "In the years following World War II, images of comradeship, particularly of men being physically close, largely disappeared from the public record. But, as these stunning photographs attest, ordinary American men in the extraordinary circumstances of World War II were affectionate, winsome, and playful-disarmingly innocent in a time of cataclysmic peril. Led by photography giant Captain Edward J. Steichen, the U.S. Naval Aviation Photographic Unit was organized during the war to record the daily experiences of Navy men all over the world and provide newspapers and magazines with images to promote theAmerican cause. The Unit's photographers, who included Wayne Miller, Horac e Bristol, Victor Jorgensen, and Barrett Gallagher, among others, took thousands of pictures to document the lives of soldiers as they relaxed, trained, went about their lives, prepared for the next battle, and waited. When the tension of battle was over or yet to come, these photographers captured the moments when troops left behind their responsibilities as men for a little while and became boys again: roughhousing, wrestling, lounging, and showing off. This book brings together a selection of more than 150 of those [black & white] photographs, culled from the Still Pictures Branch of the National Archives, including many that have never before been published. While World War II imagery tends to be dominated by combat photography and monumental depictions of mechanized weaponry, these photographs offer a rare, intimate look at the Navy men themselves." - from the dj. Very good in very good dustjacket. 50.00

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16 BARTH, John Lost in the Funhouse. First Edition in dustjacket
Doubleday, 1968, 
BARTH, John. Lost in the Funhouse : Fiction for print, tape, live voice. Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1968. First Edition. Pp (8),[ix]-x,(4),[3]-201,(3). 8vo, black cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "In an interview with a student at McGill earlier this year, John Barth remarked, "I've been trying to compose pieces which will be quite short, which will haveto be published finally in a volume because they'll take some of their res onance from each other—but of which most won''t really be designed for the printed page at all. These are experimental pieces, and the word 'experimental' is a pejorative term now. We tend to think of experiments as being cold exercises in technique. My feeling about technique in art is that it has about the same value as technique in love-making. That is to say. heartfeltineptitude has its appeal and so does heartless skill; but what you want i s passionate virtuosity." Here, then, is Lost in the Funhouse, a dazzling display of virtuosity that is not only passionate but eloquent and moving aswell. It explores, to quote from the same interview, "ways in which the ph enomenon of the disembodied authorial voice can be used metaphorically," "the idea that we ail tend to turn into the sound of our voices as we go along. It is neither a collection nor a selection of stories, but a sequence "meant to be received 'all at once,' preferably in the order here arranged." Although several of the contents have appeared separately in magazines, they gain a new meaning in the context of the book, and the whole is considerably more than the sum of its parts. And although some were indeed specifically designed to be relayed on tape or read "live," others would lose part of their point in any but the "printed voice." Together they illustrate, in a deeper sense than McLuhan's, that, in fiction, "the medium is the message." (from the dj). Owner's name, else very good in price-clipped dustjacket.40.00

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L'Illustration :  Noel 1936, No. 4892 , 94e Année , BASCHET, René (ed.) L'Illustration :  Noel 1936,
17 BASCHET, René (ed.) L'Illustration : Noel 1936, L'Illustration : Noel 1936, No. 4892 , 94e Année
L'Illustration, 1936, 
BASCHET, René (ed.). L'Illustration : Noel 1936, No. 4892 , 94e Année. Paris: L'Illustration, December 5, 1936. Pp. i-xxxii, [62], xxxiii-l, including[32] tipped in plates. Text in French. Folio, black illustrated card cover s. Couverture: Un Roi mage, par Labouret; Sommaire: Fleurs, compositions encouleurs de D. Bouchène; Hans Memlinc à Bruges par Georges Grappe; Le Baro n Gros (exposition de Petit Palais), par R. Escholier; Vitraux modernes, par Henri Clouzot; Courses de testes et de bague, par Jean Gallotti; Histoirede Manuël ou Aventures de l'equipage du Don Sebastian, par Georges Ostroga . Compositions et encadrements de Maurice Lalau. Rear cover soiled, light wear to spine edges, lower front corner bumped with some creasing, the occasional faint smudge to a margin or two, else a very nice copy with bright, crisp coloured plates and illustrations throughout. 150.00

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18 BAYLY, Joseph T. (ed.). BABBAGE, S. Barton ADENEY, David H. CORWIN, Charles His : Magazine of Campus Christian Living. Vol. 14, No. 6, March, 1954
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Chicago, 1954, 
BAYLY, Joseph T. (ed.). His : Magazine of Campus Christian Living. Vol. 14,No. 6, March, 1954. (Chicago) : Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, 1954. Pp 1-36. Illustrated. Double Column. Large 8vo, illustrated white stapled card covers. Contents : “Dostoievsky: In Every Man a Demon” (by S. Barton Babbage); “Dawn and Sunset of modern missions” (by Harry R. Boer); “Eddies and the Main Stream” (by R. Kenneth Strachan); “Advance Through Storm” (by David H. Adeney); “Spirituality and Activity” (by Timothy Fetler); “The Scraggly Pine” [Japan] (by Charles Corwin); “I will build my church” [China] (byR.N. Thompson); “I was never called...” [China] (by Dick Hillis); “David P rays” (by Doris Louise Seger); and more. Rubbed and lightly browned, smudged, covers party detached, else very good. 15.00

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19 BAYLY, Joseph T. (ed.). FARRELL, Frank E. WILDER-SMITH, Arthur E. MASTERS, Donald C. His : Magazine of Campus Christian Living. Vol. 13, No. 9, June, 1953.
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Chicago, 1953, 
BAYLY, Joseph T. (ed.). His : Magazine of Campus Christian Living. Vol. 13,No. 9, June, 1953. (Chicago) : Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, 1953. P p 1-40. Illustrated. Double Column. Large 8vo, illustrated white stapled card covers. Contents : “Kierkegaard: Yes/No, Part II” (by Frank E. Farrell);“The Christian Interpretation of History” (by Donald C. Masters); “Christ found me at Purdue University” (by Mary L. Arnold); “Summer Slump” (by Douglas Alan Clark); “The Birth of a Christian” (by C.P. Martin); “For Strength: an undivided heart” (by Arthur E. Wilder-Smith); “Commands to Continue” (by Northcote Deck); “Midnight : the time of death – or redemption” (by JohnGillies); and more. Rubbed and lightly browned, else very good. 15.00

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20 BAYLY, Joseph T. (ed.). LARSON, Cedric GODIN, H. Richard Van WYLEN, Gordon His : Magazine of Campus Christian Living. Vol. 14, No. 8, May, 1954
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Chicago, 1954, 
BAYLY, Joseph T. (ed.). His : Magazine of Campus Christian Living. Vol. 14,No. 8, May, 1954. (Chicago) : Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, 1954. Pp 1-40. Illustrated. Double Column. Large 8vo, illustrated white stapled car d covers. Contents : “A Mind at War with Itself” (by Cedric Larson); “The Fish that Discovered Water” {A fable of the Soviets] (by Harald Bredesen); “Latin America: Invitation to Study in the land of Tomorrow” (Name Withheld); “How God anoints for service” (by F.B. Meyer); “Soft End of the Rope” (byWilliam Allen); “Cameron of Minnesota” (by Mel Larson); “That Long Hallway to Failure” (by H. Richard Godin); “Bull Session” (by Gordon van Wylen); “ Timeless Evidences” (by John Willison); and more. Rubbed and lightly browned, else very good. 15.00

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