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121 CONRAD, Joseph Joseph Conrad Collection in the Polish Library in London. Catalogue (Nos. 1-399).
Polish Library, London , 1970, 
(CONRAD, Joseph). The Joseph Conrad Collection in the Polish Library in London. Catalogue (Nos. 1-399). Compiled by Jadwiga Nowak. London : The PolishLibrary, 1970. Pp [1]-59,(5). Index. 8vo, grey card covers, lettered in re d and black to front cover and in black to spine. A catalogue of books, manuscripts and periodical contributions by Joseph Conrad, housed in The Polish Library, London. Rubbed, else very good. 20.00

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122 CONVERSE, Elliott V., III, Dr. WHITE, Elwood L. United States Air Force Academy Library Special Bibliography Series 90. History of Officer Social Origins, Selection, Education and Training Since the Eighteenth Century : An Introductory Bibliography. 17th Military History Symposium.
United States Air Force Academy Library, 1996, 
CONVERSE, Elliott V., III, Dr. and Elwood L. WHITE. The History of Officer Social Origins, Selection, Education and Training Since the Eighteenth Century : An Introductory Bibliography. [N.pl.] : United States Air Force Academy Library, September 1996. Pp. (6),[1]-129,(1). 8vo, side-stapled decorated white card covers, no spine, black lettering to front. United States Air Force Academy Library Special Bibliography Series, number 90. Includes entries under the following geographical headings: General/Comparative, Africa (General), Argentina, Australia, Austria-Hungary (Austria and Hungary), Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada (pp. 15-18), Chile, China, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, Ecuador, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Great Britain, Greece, Guatemala, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Latin America (General), Lithuania, Mexico, Morocco, Myanmar (Burma), Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Romania, Russia (Soviet Union), Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Thailand, Turkey, United States, Venezuela, and Vietnam. Very good. 20.00

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123 COOK, Hartley Kemball In the Watch Below : The Books and Hobbies of Seamen.
J. M. Dent & Sons, London, 1937, 
COOK, Hartley Kemball. In the Watch Below : The Books and Hobbies of Seamen. London : J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd., (1937). First Edition. Pp. (8),9-181,(3). 8vo, blue cloth with dark blue lettering to spine. This volume focuses onthe hobbies and reading habits of British merchant seamen in the early par t of the twentieth century. Contents: 1. The Seaman ; 2. The 'Dark Ages' ; 3. New Model ; 4. What Do Seamen Read? ; 5. Adult Education for Seamen ; 6.The Seaman as Essayist ; 7. The Seaman as Critic ; 8. A Dream and a Conclu sion. Appendices include examples of the volumes contained in the actual libraries of merchant ships, as well as lists of particular volume popularityamong different vessels and through the ranks of the crews on board. Ships surveyed in this volume include the T.T.S. Aeneas, S.S. Rancher, S.S. Llan gollen, S.S. Trelissick, M.V. King Malcolm, S.S. Vera Radcliffe, and S.S. Makalla. Spine sunned, light ear to cloth, some foxing to early and late leaves, edges spotted, else very good. Uncommon. 50.00

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124 COOK, Michael L. and Stephen T. MILLER MILLER, Stephen T. Fiction in the Pulp Magazines, 1) Garland Reference Library of the Humanities, 838) Mystery, Detective, and Espionage Fiction : A Checklist of Fiction in U.S. Pulp Magazines, 1915-1974. 2 vols.
Garland Publishing Inc., New York, 1988, ISBN:0824075390 
COOK, Michael L. and Stephen T. MILLER. Mystery, Detective, and Espionage Fiction : A Checklist of Fiction in U.S. Pulp Magazines, 1915-1974 . IN TWO VOLUMES. New York: Garland Publishing Inc., 1988. I: Pp. (4),v-xvi,(2),1-692,(2); II: (8),695-1183,(7). 8vo, green cloth with silver lettering to spines. Volume 1 in the Fiction in the Pulp Magazines series. Garland ReferenceLibrary of the Humanities, volume 838. Volume one includes listings from o ver 350 genre fiction pulp periodicals, while the second volume serves as alengthy author index. Very good. Due to the excess weight of this set, ext ra shipping charges may be necessary to cover postage on international orders. For the set. 200.00

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125 COOKE, O.A. Department of National Defence Directorate of History, monograph no. 2) Canadian Military Experience, 1867-1983 : A Bibliography / Bibliographie dela vie militaire au Canada, 1867-1983
Directorate of History, Department of National Defence, Ottawa, 1984, ISBN:0660526492 
COOKE, O.A. The Canadian Military Experience, 1867-1983 : A Bibliography / Bibliographie de la vie militaire au Canada, 1867-1983 . Ottawa: Directorate of History, Department of National Defence, 1984. Pp. [i]-xix,(1),1-329,(3). Text in French and English. 8vo, illustrated white card covers. Department of National Defence Directorate of History Monograph Series, no. 2. Vg.20.00

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Memoirs of an Erotic Bookseller.  in dj, COPPENS, Armand
126 COPPENS, Armand Memoirs of an Erotic Bookseller. in dj
Luxor Press, London, 1969, 
COPPENS, Armand, assisted by his tired wife Clementine and her distant lover. Memoirs of an Erotic Bookseller. Volume One [all published]. L: Luxor Press, (1969). Pp. 221. frontis. 8vo, brown leatherette boards, gilt lettering to spine. Vg in price clipped dj (slightly rubbed, light wear to head of spine). 50.00

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127 CORDEAUX, E.H.and D.H. MERRY Bibliography of Printed Works Relating to The University of Oxford. First Edition in dustjacket
Clarendon Press / Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1968, 
CORDEAUX, E.H. and D.H. MERRY. A Bibliography of Printed Works Relating to The University of Oxford. Oxford : At the Clarendon Press, 1968. First Edition. Pp. (6),[vii]-xxvii,(1),[1]-809,(3). 8vo, navy cloth, gilt lettering to spine Howard-Hill Bibliography of British Literary Bibliographies , 2nd ed. 937b.. Edward Harold Cordeaux. Dennis Harry Merry. "This is an enumerative bibliography classified under some 500 headings. It embraces all aspectsof University and College life and institutions and comprises more than 10 ,000 entries. The compilers are both members of the staff of the Bodleian and they have systematically explored its vast resources as well as taking account of other likely repositories of Oxford material. In addition to books, the Bibliography includes articles from a large number of periodicals and records a mass of eighteenth and nineteenth century ephemeral literature which reflects University policy and politics, and which is probably unknown and unavailable outside the Bodleian." – from rear dj panel. Sections: History; Government [including Officers and Offices - Ceremonies - Discipline- Residence - Finance and Property - Lists and Statistics]; Benefactions; Reforn; Teaching [including: Examinations - Degrees, Diplomas, and Certificates - University Fellowships, Scholarships, and Prizes - Faculties - Committees, Delagacies, Teaching Departments, etc.]; Extension; Religion; SocialHistory [including: Life and Manners - BIography - Fiction - College Serva nts, - etc.]; Almanacs; Periodicals; Buildings and Institutions; Colleges, Halls, and Societies. Very good, tidy, clean and solid copy in unclipped dustjacket (two tears to rear panel of dustjacket). NOTE: Some extra shippingcharges will be required for orders outside of Canada as this is a hefty v olume. .. 145.00

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128 COX, Alfred J. KODA, Paul S. Making of The Book; A Sketch of the Book-Binding Art. no dj
Oak Knoll Books, New Castle:, 1986, 
COX, Alfred J. The Making of The Book: A Sketch of the Book-Binding Art. Edited with an Introduction by Paul S. Koda. New Castle: Oak Knoll Books, 1986. Pp. 88. Frontis + four illustrations. 8vo, green cloth, gilt lettering to spine. From the Oak Knoll Series on The History of The Book. During the second half of the nineteenth century, the Cox bindery was the largest in the Mid-West. Housed in Chicago's famous publishing emporium - the Lakeside Building - the firm bound books for R. R. Donnelley and the Chicago Public Library. This book is a facsimile reprint of a trade catalogue which was first published in 1878. It describes the different kinds of binding done by the firm and includes a forty-page price list for different binding sizes and styles, thereby providing first-hand documentation for hundreds of binding variations. There is also a lengthy new introduction by Paul Koda. Very good. 35.00

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129 COY, Helen. FITZGERALD, Lionel Lemoine). FitzGerald as Printmaker : A catalogue raisonné of the first complete exhibition of the printed works. First Paperback Edition.
University of Manitoba Press, Winnipeg, 1982, ISBN:0887556078 
(FITZGERALD, Lionel Lemoine). COY, Helen. FitzGerald as Printmaker : A catalogue raisonné of the first complete exhibition of the printed works. (Winnipeg): The University of Manitoba Press, (1982). First Printing. Pp. (16),[3]-116,(6). Illustrated. 4to, illustrated brown card covers with black titles to front and spine. "'FitzGerald as Printmaker' includes every known print made by the artist, most of them reproduced in actual size. The accompanying commentary describes the prints, the circumstances under which they were made, the artist's comments about them, the uses he made of them, and the methods and techniques he used to achieve the effects he wanted. Written in a clear and lively style, and based on meticulous research, 'FitzGerald as Printmaker' is the definitive volume for the appreciation of FitzGerald's prints, and for much of his other work as well." - from the rear cover. Contents: Part I: L. LeMoine FitzGerald: Autobiography; Hugh Whitney Morrison's "On LeMoine FitzGerald"; FitzGerald's Printmaking Techniques; Arnodl Saper's "Fitzgerald's Methods". Part II: The Catalogue Raisonné: FitzGerald as Printmaker; Notes on the Use of the Cataloguie; The Chirstmas Greetings; The Utility Prints; The Monoprints; The Restrikes. With appendices. Spine sunned, gift inscription to half-title, else very good. 25.00

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History of the Bodleian Library 1845-1945.  in dj, CRASTER, Edmund
130 CRASTER, Edmund History of the Bodleian Library 1845-1945. in dj
Clarendon Press, 1952, 
CRASTER, Edmund. History of the Bodleian Library 1845-1945. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1952. Pp. 372. With fourteen illustrations. Large 8vo, black cloth. A few faint spots to front cloth, some minor browning to endpapers, previous owner's name inked to ffep, else vg in price-clipped dj. 100.00

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131 CROCKETT, A. J. George Munro The Publisher,
Dalhousie University Press, Halifax, 1957, 
CROCKETT, A. J. George Munro "The Publisher". Halifax : Dalhousie University Press, 1957. Pp. (1),i-v,1-34 + one illustration. 8vo, stapled yellow printed card covers. Contents : I. Early Years in Nova Scotia. II. The Years of Obscurity in New York, 1856-1866. With the Appleton Company, 1856-1862. III. With the American News Company, 1862-1863. IV. Working for Beadle and Adams, 1863-1866. V. The Early Career of Erastus Beadle. VI. Erastus Beadle in New York. Plans and Writers for his Dime Novel Venture, 1855-1860. VII. Beadle and the Dimes in the Civil War Years, 1860-1865. VIII. Partnership with Irwin Beadle "The Fireside Companion." The Seaside Library. XI. The Copyright Controversy. XII. Munro's Benefactions to Dalhousie. XIII. Mimro's Death; His Friends. XIV. Conclusion. Rubbed, darkened, small stains to back cover, else very good. Ex-libris Elizabeth MacPherson, a niece of A.J. Crockett, with her signature, and with a Compliments of Rev. Alexander E. Kerr,President of Dalhousie University business card stapled to title page. 35. 00

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132 CROSS, Robert and Michael PERKIN. HUXLEY, Elspeth Elspeth Huxley : A Bibliography.
St. Paul's Bibliographies / Oak Knoll Press, Winchester / New Castle, 1996, ISBN:1884718175 1996 1884718175 / 9781884718175 
CROSS, Robert and Michael PERKIN. Elspeth Huxley : A Bibliography. Foreword by Elspeth Huxley. Winchester : St. Paul's Bibliographies / New Castle, Delaware : Oak Knoll Press, 1996. First Edition. Pp (6),vii-xix,(1),1-187,(1). Illustrations in text. 8vo, blue cloth, silver lettering to front & spine.

Volume 5 in the Winchester Bibliographies of 20th Century Writers series.

“The fifth volume in the Winchester Bibliographies of Twentieth Century Writers series. Mrs. Huxley's writing life began at the age of fourteen when she sent anonymous articles, often with her own photographs, to the East African Standard and other periodicals. By the age of seventeen she had written ninety-six published articles for editors who often had no idea who she was. Mrs. Huxley went on to write over forty-seven books, including the intriguing bestseller The Flame Trees of Thika, which was turned into a successful TV series in Britain, America and over thirty other countries. This bibliography describes the evolution of a remarkable writer, as well as gifted photographer, whose insight into people and her penetrating humor cast invaluable light on the Colonial and post-Colonial era in Africa.”

.Sections:
A. Books and Pamphlets by Elspeth Huxley including translations;
B. Books edited or with Contributions by Elspeth Huxley;
C. Contributions to newspapers and periodicals;
D. Radio and television appearances;
E. Miscellanea.

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133 CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, Kevin Helen E. Stubbs Memorial Lectures, Number One MALONEY, Margaret Crawford, foreword] Which Eye Can You See Me With? Interpreting Folk-Tales: A Writer's Perspective. The Helen E. Stubbs Memorial Lectures, Number One.
Toronto Public Library, Toronto, 1988, ISBN:0920601073 
CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, Kevin. Which Eye Can You See Me With? Interpreting Folk-Tales: A Writer's Perspective. The Helen E. Stubbs Memorial Lectures, NumberOne. [Foreword by Margaret Crawford Maloney]. Toronto: Toronto Public Libr ary, 1988. Printed in an edition of 1500 copies. Pp. (4),5-37,(3). 8vo, stapled decorated red card covers with black series information to front cover. Includes a checklist of an exhibition of British folklore at the Osborne Collection, February-April 1988, at rear. Very good. 15.00

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134 CZYCZEWSKA, A. and S. WEYMAN WEYMAN, S. GOLDMANN, Henryk Zamek Kornicki : Muzeum i Biblioteka. pbk.
Wydawnictwo Poznanskie, Poznan, 1965, 
CZYCZEWSKA, A. and S. WEYMAN. Zamek Kornicki : Muzeum i Biblioteka . With an english chapter adapted and translated by Henryk Goldmann. Poznan: Wydawnictwo Poznanski, (1965). Pp. [1]-91,(1),[1]-31,(1). With numerous illustrations. 8vo, illustrated grey card covers. A history of Kornik Castle's museum and library. Text in Polish, with a 31-page English adaption at rear. Spine chipped, covers creased, else vg. 20.00

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135 D.M.C. Library Descriptive Handbook of various illustrated publications of Art Needlework by the Editions Th. de Billmont, Société à responsabilité limitée, Mulhouse(France)
Dollfus-Mieg & Cie, Mulhouse-Beaufort-Paris, 0, 
(D.M.C. Library). A descriptive Handbook of various illustrated publications of Art Needlework by the Editions Th. de Billmont, Société à responsabilité limitée, Mulhouse (France). Mulhouse-Beaufort-Paris : Dollfus-Mieg & Cie, n.d. Pp [1]-32. Illustrated. 8vo, cream stapled card covers, printed in red. A beautifully illustrated catalogue of books on art needlework. Illustrated in colour and black-and-white. Rubbed, else very good. 15.00

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Business of Enlightenment : A Publishing History of the Encyclopédie 1775-1800.  in dj, DARNTON, Robert
136 DARNTON, Robert Business of Enlightenment : A Publishing History of the Encyclopédie 1775-1800. in dj
Belnap Press, 1979, 
DARNTON, Robert. Business of Enlightenment : A Publishing History of the Encyclopédie 1775-1800. Cambridge, MA: Belnap Press of Harvard University Press, 1979. Pp. 624. Illustrated. 8vo, grey cloth. A few small smudges to thetop edge, else vg. 60.00

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137 Dartmouth Library and Museum Official Opening, City of Dartmouth Centennial Project, Library and Museum,October 30, 1967.
1967, 
(Dartmouth Library and Museum). Official Opening, City of Dartmouth Centennial Project, Library and Museum, October 30, 1967. A Centennial Project by The Government of Canada, The Government of Nova Scotia, The City of Dartmouth. Pp (4). 8vo, illustrated white folded sheet. The programme for this event. Very good. NOTE: Shipping will be less for this slim item. 7.00

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138 DAVIES, Gwendolyn, (ed.) DAY, Frank Parker) MONTGOMERY, L.M.) McKAY, Ian Myth and Milieu : Atlantic Literature and Culture, 1918-1939.
Acadiensis Press, Fredericton, 1993, ISBN:0919107397 
DAVIES, Gwendolyn, (ed.). Myth and Milieu: Atlantic Literature and Culture,1918-1939. Fredericton : Acadiensis Press, 1993. Pp. (6),iiv,[1]-209,(1). 8vo, illustrated red trade paperback. Thomas H. Raddall Symposium No. 2. Newfoundland: Elizabeth Miller's "Newfoundland Literature in the 'Dirty Thirties'"; David G. Pitt's "The Challenged Heritage: The Sea as Myth and Milieuin the Poetry of E.J. Pratt". Davies' Introduction; Ian McKay's "Helen Cre ighton and the Politics of Antimodernism"; Margaret Conrad's 's "The Battleof the Cartoonists: The Cartoon Art of Donald McRitchie and Robert Chamber s in Halifax Newspapers, 1933-1937" ; Mark Blagrave's "Garbo Talks ... Thespis Listens: The Impact of Cinema on Live Theatre in Saint John, N.B. between the Wars"; C. Ruth Spicer's "G. Horne Russell, r.c.a.: Portrait of an Illustrator and an Artist"; Clara Thomas and John Lennox's "Rhodenizer's Handbook" ; Carole Gerson's "The Literary Culture of Atlantic Women between theWars"; Elizabeth Miller's "Newfoundland Literature in the 'Dirty Thirties' "; Nancy Vogan's "Music Education in the Maritimes between the Wars: a Period of Transition" ; Elizabeth R. Epperly's "Chivalry and Romance: L.M. Montgomery's Re-vision of the Great War in Rainbow Valley"; Alan R. Young's 's "L.M. Montgomery's Rilla of Ingleside (1920): Romance and the Experience ofWar"; Diana Tye's "Women's Oral Narrative Traditions as Depicted in Lucy M aud Montgomery's Fiction, 1918-1939" ; Andrew T. Seaman's "Heroes, Heroinesand the Lost Kingdom in the Unpublished Novels of Frank Parker Day"; John Stockdale's "Frank Parker Day's Rockbound: Personal Ruminations on a Long Conspiracy of Silence"; Lewis J. Poteet's "Local, Specific and Elaborate: The Craft of Words on Nova Scotia's South Shore"; David G. Pitt's "The Challenged Heritage: The Sea as Myth and Milieu in the Poetry of E.J. Pratt"; Alexander Kizuk's "Molly Beresford and the Song Fishermen of Halifax: CulturalProduction, Canon and Desire in 1920s Canadian Poetry"; Alan Young's "Thom as Raddall : A Personal Tribute"; and short pieces by Carrie MacMillan and Kathleen Scher. Vg. 15.00

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139 DEIGHTON, Len) Edward MILWARD-OLIVER MILWARD-OLIVER, Edward SYMONS, Julian, foreword Len Deighton : An Annotated Bibliography, 1954-1985. in dj.
Sammler Press, Maidstone, Kent, 1985, ISBN:0948368004 
(DEIGHTON, Len) Edward MILWARD-OLIVER. Len Deighton : An Annotated Bibliography, 1954-1985. With a foreword by Julian Symons. (Maidstone, Kent): The Sammler Press, (1985). Pp. (6),7-64. 8vo, black cloth with silver lettering to spine. The first thorough bibliography of Deighton's works, with publisher, binding, dustwrapper and proof descriptions, and print-runs for the bulk of his works, as well as a selection of articles, and a partial list of volumes which Deighton edited, or provided a preface or foreword for. With a4,000-word interview. Very good in dust jacket. 35.00

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140 Department of External Affairs, Government of Canada BERTON, Pierre) LAURENCE, Margaret) RICHARDS, David Adams) Canadian Writers : Foreign Publishing Rights
International Cultural Bureau, Arts Promotional Division, Department of External Affairs , Ottawa, 1988, 
[Department of External Affairs, Government of Canada]. Canadian Writers : Foreign Publishing Rights. Ottawa : International Cultural Bureau, Arts Promotional Division, Department of External Affairs, 1988. Pp. 276. 8vo, bluecard covers, plain spine. A catalogue sent to foreign publishing houses sh owcasing some of the best of Canadian writing, in the hopes of garnering overseas publishers. Includes excerpts of works by Pierre Berton ("Vimy"), Margaret Laurence ("The Diviners"), David Adams Richards and fourteen others.Minor creasing, else very good. 20.00

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