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161 Carnegie Steel Company) Shape Book : Profiles, Tables and Data for Rolled Products : Shapes, Plates, Bars and Rails
Carnegie Steel Company, Pittsburgh, PA, 1923, 
(Carnegie Steel Company). Shape Book : Profiles, Tables and Data for RolledProducts : Shapes, Plates, Bars and Rails . Pittsburgh, PA: Carnegie Steel Company, (1923). Pp. [1]-346,(2). Illustrated. 8vo, limp green cloth with gilt lettering to front and spine, a.e.g. Rubbed, covers creased, intermittent pencilled omissions throughout, name, else g. 10.00

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162 Cathedral Church of All Saints - HALIFAX, N.S.) Brief Account of the History, Beauty, Maintenance, and the Needs of the Cathedral Church of All Saints
1945, 
(CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS-HALIFAX, N.S.). A Brief Account of the History, Beauty, Maintenance, and the Needs of the Cathedral Church of All Saints. S.l.: s.n., [ca. 1945]. Pp [8]. 8vo, stapled printed card covers. With Supplement (1946) laid in. Slightly sunned, else vg. 10.00

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163 Cathedral Church of All Saints- Halifax Bicentennial Window Dedicated on August 12, 1987 in The Cathedral Church ofAll Saints, Halifax, N.S. -The Centennial Cathedral.
Cathedral Church of All Saints, Halifax , 1987, 
(Cathedral Church of All Saints, Halifax, N.S.). The Bicentennial Window Dedicated on August 12, 1987 in The Cathedral Church of All Saints, Halifax, N.S. “The Centennial Cathedral.” (Halifax : Cathedral Church of All Saints,1987). Pp (4). 8vo, illustrated grey folded sheet. Very good. 5.00

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164 CAVOUKIAN, Ann. Privacy By Design : From Rhetoric to Reality. Paperback.
Information and Privacy Ontario, Toronto, 2012, 
CAVOUKIAN, Ann. Privacy By Design : From Rhetoric to Reality. [Toronto]: (Information and Privacy Ontario, 2012?]. Pp. (2),i-iii,(5),3-350,(2). 8vo, illustrasted white, blue and yellow card covers with yellow, orange, blue and white lettering to front cover, purple and black lettering to spine. Contents: 1. Privacy by Design in the Age of Big Data; 2. Privacy by Design andthe Emerging Personal Data Ecosystem; 3. Big Privacy: Bridging Big Data an d the Personal Data Ecosystem through Privacy by Design"; 4. The Roadmap for Privacy by Design in Mobile Communications: A Practical Tool for Developers, Service Providers and Users; 5. Privacy-Protective Facial Recognition: Biometric Encryption Proof of Concept; 6. Privacy by Design in Law, Policy and Practice: A White Paper for Regulatiors, Decision-makers and Policy-makers; 7. Privacy by Design: Essential for Organizational Accountability and Strong Business Practices; 8. Privacy and Security by Design: A Convergenceof Paradigms; 9. Dispelling the Myths Surrounding De-identification: Anony mization Remains a Strong Tool for Protecting Privacy; 10. Wi-Fi Positioning Systems: Beware of Unintended Consequence Issues Involving the UnforeseenUses of Pre-existing Architecture; 11. Embedding Privacy into the Design o f EHRs to Enable Multiple Functionalities: Win/Win; 12. Privacy by Design and Third Party Access: Customer Energy Usage Data; 13. Applying Privacy by Design Best PRactices to SDG&E's Smart Pricing Program. Very good.

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165 CHANTRAINE, Pol. Les Iles de la Madeleine : au pinceau et au ciseau.
Edition Arrimage, Cap aux Meules, Iles de la Madeleine, 1993, ISBN:2980248320 
CHANTRAINE, Pol. Les Iles de la Madeleine : au pinceau et au ciseau. (Cap aux Meules, Iles de la Madeleine) : Edition Arrimage, (1993). Pp [1]-101.(3). Illustrated. Oblong 8vo, illustrated brown glossy paper covered boards. “[...] un catalogue qui met en lumière le travail d'une vingtaine d'artistesdont l'oeuvre touche les Iles de la Madeleine, soit parce qu'ils en sont l es enfants ou qu'ils on choisi d'y vivre, soait parce qu'elles sont la source de leurs inspiration. Sans se vouloir exhaustif, il présente un panoramafidèle de l'essor culturel qu'a connu l'archipel au cours des deux dernièr es décennies, sous l'influence de politiques favorisantl'intégration des arts à l'architecture et grace à l'émergence dans le milieu d'une effevescence artistique qui a souvent du lutter contre vents et marées pour qu'on la reconnaisse. Ce qui n'est que normal, sur de petits bouts de terre en pleinemer, constamment soumis aux assauts d'Eole.” - from the dj. Text in French . Very good in dustjacket. 20.00

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166 CHAPMAN, Charles F. and William H. KOELBEL (ed.) KOELBEL, William H. Motor Boating's Ideal Series, vol. 51) Designs for 363 Boats You Can Build
Motor Boating, New York, 1965, 
CHAPMAN, Charles F. and William H. KOELBEL (ed.). Designs for 363 Boats YouCan Build. Designed especially for amateur construction by America's leadi ng naval architects -- William and John Atkin, John L. Hacker, Charles Bell, C.A. Nedwidek, C.D. Mower, Edward R. Weber, and others. Profile sketches,arrangement plans and principal specifications for 363 selected boat desig ns of all types -- sailboats with and without auxiliary power, both inboardand outboard; sailing prams; skiffs; dories; dinghies; canoes; racing type s; day sailers; cabin boats; motor sailers and ocean-going auxiliaries -- motor-powered cruisers, utilities and runabouts; metal boats; houseboats; yacht club tenders; commercial fishermen; outboard boats; and rowboats. Edited by Charles F. Chapman and William H. Koelbel. NY: Motor Boating, (1965). Pp. [1]-224. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated blue card covers with blank spine. Toy 5082. Vol. 51 of Motor Boating's Ideal Series. A bit musty, rubbed with light edgewear, else vg. 65.00

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167 CHAPMAN, Fredrik Henrik af Archtectura Navalis Mercatoria : A Facsimile of the Classic Eighteenth Century Treatise on Shipbuilding. in dj.
Praeger Publishing, New York, 1971, 
CHAPMAN, Fredrik Henrik af. Archtectura Navalis Mercatoria : A Facsimile ofthe Classic Eighteenth Century Treatise on Shipbuilding. New York: Praeger Publishers, (1971). Pp. (1)-102,[2], + 66 p. of folding plates. 4to, illus trated brown cloth. A sharp facsimile reprint of one of the more important pieces of naval architecture, redone more than two hundred years after its original publication. Chapman (whose father was from Yorkshire, though he was born in Gothenburg) spent many years working as a member of the Swedish Navy as a shipbuilder. Vg in price-clipped dj with tape repaired abrasion to front panel (affecting subtitle). 150.00

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168 CHAPMAN, Harry Crossings : Fifty Years of the Angus L. Macdonald Bridge. pbk.
Nimbus, Halifax, 2005, ISBN:1551095165 
CHAPMAN, Harry. Crossings : Fifty Years of the Angus L. Macdonald Bridge . (Halifax): Nimbus, (2005). Pp. [1]-96. Illustrated. Triple column. Square 8vo, illustrated pale blue card covers. A survey of the history of the AngusL. Macdonald Bridge, a fixture of the Halifax skyline, that has spanned th e Halifax Harbour for over fifty years. Vg. 10.00

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169 CHAPMAN, Harry. JENSON, L.B. MOIR, Carmen, introduction. Sketches of Old Dartmouth
Dartmouth Museum Society, Dartmouth, 1991, 
CHAPMAN, Harry. Sketches of Old Dartmouth. (Dartmouth): Dartmouth Museum Society, 1991. Pp 1-28. Illustrated. 8vo, stapled grey card covers. In 3 parts: Heritage Lost, Heritage Saved, Future Heritage. Illustrated with L.B. Jenson sketches as well as photos. Introduction by Carmen Moir. Very good. Due to the small size of this book, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 10.00

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Archaic Greek Art, 620-480 BC , CHARBONNEAUX, Jean, Roland MARTIN, and Francois VILLARD MALRAUX, Andre (ed.) MARTIN, Roland VILLARD, Francois
170 CHARBONNEAUX, Jean, Roland MARTIN, and Francois VILLARD MALRAUX, Andre (ed.) MARTIN, Roland VILLARD, Francois Archaic Greek Art, 620-480 BC
George Braziller, NY, 1971, 
CHARBONNEAUX, Jean, Roland MARTIN, and Francois VILLARD. Archaic Greek Art, 620-480 BC. Edited by Andre Malraux and Andre Parrot. Translated from the French by James Emmons and Robert Allen. From "The Arts of Mankind" series. NY: George Braziller, (1971). Pp. 438 (four of which fold out) + 2 leaves of folding maps. Frontis. Illustrated. 4to, red cloth. A examination of the art to be produced during the rise of the Greek Empire in the middle of the first millenia BC, which was influenced by the growth Greek political, philosophical and religious thought. Part 1: The Early Achievements (620-580 BC) ; Part 2: Equilibrium and Progress (580-525 BC) ; Part 3: The Late Archaic Period (525-480 BC). Vg in slightly rubbed dj.

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Classical Greek Art, 480-330 BC.  in dj , CHARBONNEAUX, Jean, Roland MARTIN, and Francois VILLARD MALRAUX, Andre (ed.) MARTIN, Roland VILLARD, Francois
171 CHARBONNEAUX, Jean, Roland MARTIN, and Francois VILLARD MALRAUX, Andre (ed.) MARTIN, Roland VILLARD, Francois Classical Greek Art, 480-330 BC. in dj
Thames and Hudson, 1972, 
CHARBONNEAUX, Jean, Roland MARTIN, and Francois VILLARD. Classical Greek Art, 480-330 BC. Edited by Andre Malraux and Andre Parrot. Translated from the French by James Emmons. From "The Arts of Mankind" series. L.: Thames and Hudson Ltd., (1972). Pp. 423 (four of which fold out) + 2 leaves of folding maps. Frontis. Illustrated. 4to, red cloth. A "magnificently illustrated shudy" of the art during the midst of the power of the Greek Empire. With 436 illustrations, 63 colour plates, and 28 plans, as well as a few folding maps, this volume showcases some of the most important examples of Greek sculpture, pottery and architecture from the 150-year period examined. Part 1: Architecture (Martin): a) Flowering of Classical Forms ; b) Conquest of Internal Spaces ; c) Extension of Ornamental Values and the Development of Decorative Styles ; d) Rise and Development of Architectural Grouping ; e) Architecture and Politics: Advances in Town Planning. Part 2: Sculpture (Charbonneaux): a) Severe Style: In Search of a New Equilibrium (480-450) ; b) Creation of the Ideal Classical Type; Artistic Imperialism of Athens (450-420) ; c) Rich Style; the Ionian Revival and its Westward Expansion (420-370) ; d) Emergence of Realism; New Expressions and Rhythms (390-340). Part 3: Painting and Pottery (Villard): a) Major Paintin and the Formation of the Classical Style (480-450) ; b) Apogee of the Classical Style (450-420) ; c) Beginnings of Expressionism (420-380) ; d) Advances in the Rendering of Space (380-330). Vg in slightly rubbed price clipped dj.

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Hellenistic Art, 330-50 BC , CHARBONNEAUX, Jean, Roland MARTIN, and Francois VILLARD MALRAUX, Andre (ed.) MARTIN, Roland VILLARD, Francois
172 CHARBONNEAUX, Jean, Roland MARTIN, and Francois VILLARD MALRAUX, Andre (ed.) MARTIN, Roland VILLARD, Francois Hellenistic Art, 330-50 BC
George Braziller, NY, 1973, 
CHARBONNEAUX, Jean, Roland MARTIN, and Francois VILLARD. Hellenistic Art, 330-50 BC. Edited by Andre Malraux and Andre Parrot. Translated from the French by Peter Green. From "The Arts of Mankind" series. NY: George Braziller, (1973). Pp. 422 (four of which fold out) + 1 leaves of folding maps. Frontis. Illustrated. 4to, red cloth. This, the last of four volumes dedicated to Greek Art from the Arts of Mankind series, focuses on the twilight of the Greek power during the Hellenistic Era. Includes 421 illustrations, 76 colour plates, 32 plans and two maps. Part 1: Architecture (Martin): a) Tradition and Innovation ; b) Formal or Display Architecture: the Evolution and Transformation of Classical Styles ; c) Urban Architecture and the Development of Monumental Complexes. Part 2: Painting (Villard): a) Conquest of Space (330-280) ; b) Light and Colour (280-150) ; c) Landscape, Nature, and Realism. Part 3: Sculpture (Charbonneaux): a) Fourth-century Metamorphosis ; b) Third-century Art ; c) Friezes of the Pergamum Altar ; d) Second-century Trends. Vg in slightly rubbed dj. 150.00

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173 CHARLAND, Paul-V. Grande Artistique ou Le Zèle Artistique de L'Eglise
Libraire A.-O. Pruneau, 1923, 
CHARLAND, Fr. Paul-V (des Frères-Prêcheurs). Grande Artistique ou Le Zèle Artistique de L'Eglise. Québec: Libraire A.-O. Pruneau, 1923. Pp. 398. Text in French. 8vo, light prown paper covers with red lettering. Covers and first few leaves dampstained, rear cover partly detached and torn, else vg. Unopened. 30.00

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174 Chicago World's Fair Household Arts Series 1893-1894) Portfolio of Photographs of the World's Fair. Household Arts Series, nos. 1, 3-16., (15 of 16 parts)
Werner Company, 1893, 
(Chicago World's Fair). Portfolio of Photographs of the World's Fair. Household Arts Series, nos. 1, 3-16. Chicago: The Werner Company, 1893-1894. Published weekly by the company. Pp. [16], approx. to each part. With large black & white photographs and accompanying text. Oblong large 8vo, printed tan card covers. Lacking no. 2 in the series. A wide selection of large black& white photographs taken during the Chicago World's Fair, which was held from May to October, 1893. TPhotographs include everything from elaborate architecture to people of the many participating countries in traditional dress. Covers of nos. 3 & 8 are detached, covers for no. 2 are present but the contents are missing, some chipping to several edges, else an interestingcollection. for the 15 parts 50.00

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175 CHILDS, Leslie. Our Architectural Heritage : A Celebration of Amherst's Architecture.
Amherst Township Historical Society, Armerst, N.S., 2000, 
CHILDS, Leslie. Our Architectural Heritage : A Celebration of Amherst's Architecture. Armerst, N.S.: The Amherst Township Historical Society, March 2000. Pp (60) unpaginated. Illustrated. Oblong 12mo, pale green stapled card covers. A fine copy. 12.00

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176 CHRISTIAN, Elizabeth A. (Merrick). MERRICK, John). John Merrick, Esq., 1756-1829 : Architect of Province House, Halifax, Nova Scotia. ex-library.
The author, Halifax, 1983, 
(MERRICK, John). CHRISTIAN, Elizabeth A. (Merrick). John Merrick, Esq., 1756-1829 : Architect of Province House, Halifax, Nova Scotia. [Halifax: The author], March 1983. Pp. (2),i-ii,1-27ff., + 2 leaves of photocopied images.Illustrated in black and white. Printed on one side only. 4to, rebound in red library cloth wiht printed cream paper title panel to front board, white lettering to spine. A brief biography on the life and works of John Merrick, who was a painted, building designer and architect, who was integral inthe design and construction of Halifax's Province House. He also was invol ved in the design of St. George's Church on Brunswick Street (the Round Church). One of the illustrations is a reproduction of Robert Field's portraitof Merrick (1815). Ex-library (binding, stickers, stamps, pouch at rear), else very good. 35.00

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Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the City of Oxford.  2nd pr in poor dj , City of Oxford) Royal Commission on Historical Monuments England
177 City of Oxford) Royal Commission on Historical Monuments England Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the City of Oxford. 2nd pr in poor dj
His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1949, 
(City of Oxford). An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the City of Oxford. (L: His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1949). Second Printing. Pp. 244 + 216 plates + [8] folding diagrams + a large folding map in pouch at rear of the City of Oxford showing the position of monuments. 4to, red cloth with gilt emblemof Oxford to front. Short tear at fold of Christ Church plans, four small circular stains fromfaint to noticeable in colour along the top edge of the map, but not affecting the map, some light wear to spine ends, minor fading to top of spine, a few spots along edges, small smudge to front, bookplate and gift inscription to ffep, else vg in poor dj (two by five inch horizontal section missing fromtop of spine, tail of spine, all corners and folds with some chipping, browned, previous owner's name to front panel). $70.00

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178 Civil War - Naval ERICSSON, John BUTTS, Francis B. HAYWOOD, P.D. Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine. Vol. XXXI, New Series Vol. IX, November 1885 to April 1886
F. Warne & Co., London, 1886, 
(Civil War - Naval). The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine. Vol. XXXI, New Series Vol. IX, November 1885 to April 1886. London : F. Warne & Co., 1886. Pp (2),[i]-viii,[1]964. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. Large 8vo, maroon half calf, purple paper covered boards, gilt lettering to spine. Of nautical interest : “The Monitors” by Capt. John Ericsson (pp 280-299, with 21 plates and plans); “The Loss of the Monitor” by A Survivor (Francis B. Butts) (pp 299-302); “Life on the Alabama” by One of the Crew (P.D. Haywood) (pp 901-910, with 10 plates); “Cruise and Combats of the Alabama” By Her Executive Officer (Jno. McIntosh Kell) (pp 911-922, with 8 plates and 2 maps); “The Duel Between the Alabama and the Kearsarge” by the Surgeon of the Kearsarge (John M. Browne) (pp 923-934, with 10 plates). Other contents : Recent Architecture in America; The Churches of the United States; Creole Slave Dances / Songs; Italy from a Tricycle; Teheran – The City of Persia; Mountaineering in Persia; A Photographer's Visit to Persia; “The Private History of a Campaign That Failed” by Mark Twain (pp 193-204, illustrated); and more. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES MAY APPLY DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Spine sunned to brown, rubbed and edgeworn, contemporary penned name, else a very good, solid copy. 75.00

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179 CLARK, J.W BRUNET-DEBAINES, A. TOUSSAINT, H. GREUX, G. Cambridge. 2d ed.
Seeley, Jackson, and Halliday, 1883, 
CLARK, J.W. Cambridge : Brief Historical and Descriptive Notes. With Etchings and Vignettes by A. Brunet-Debaines, H. Toussaint, and G. Greux. Second Edition. L: Seeley, Jackson, and Halliday, (1883). Pp 86, 11 etchings. 4to,maroon cloth, gilt to front and spine, a.e.g. Lacking frontis., rubbed wit h nicking to spine ends and front corners, occasional light foxing affecting some etchings, else good. 150.00

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180 CLARKE, Helen, Sarah PEARSON, Mavis MATE, and Keith PARFITT. COOK, James, Captain.) Sandwich : The Completest Medieval Town in England : A study of the town and port from its origins to 1600.
Oxbow Books, Oxford and Oakville, 2010, ISBN:9781842174005 
CLARKE, Helen, Sarah PEARSON, Mavis MATE, and Keith PARFITT. Sandwich : TheCompletest Medieval Town in England : A study of the town and port from it s origins to 1600. Documentary Resarch: Sheila Sweetinburgh, Bridgett Jones. Illustrations: Allan T. Adams, Barry Corke, John Hills, Howard A. Jones, Peter Williams. Oxford and Oakville : Oxbow Books, (2010). First Printing. Pp. (8),ix-xviii,[1]-326. Illustrated with colour maps. Double column. 4to,photo-illustrated blue glossy paper covered boards with cream and black le ttering to front board and spine. Small bump to tail of spine, else very good. NOTE Due to the excess weight of this book, extra shipping charges may be necessary to cover postage on international orders. 80.00 Foreword by Dr. Simon Thurley "Sandwich as once one of the great ports of medieval England. It possessed the special privileges of a Cinque Port, was strategically placed to serve successive monarchs as a military and naval base for their overseas expeditions, and its trading activities extended far and wide. [...] Evidence from standing structures, the archaeological record, and extensive documentary sources has been combined to trace Sandwich's development through the ages. New light has been shed on the location of the earliest settlement, the changes to the harbour and anchorage, the reasons for the unusual street pattern, and the relationship between town and royal castle. A survey of almost one hundred medieval houses brings out their urban form, and in conjunction with documents illustrates the different character of individual parts of the town and conjures up the material circumstances in which the inhabitants lived." - from rear. Contents: Part I: Introduction: 1. Background to the Sandwich project. Part II: Origins: 2. Environmental background and origins; 3. Sandwich in the eleventh century: the establishment of the medieval town; 4. Sandwich in the twelfth century: the growth of an urban society. Part III: 1200-1360: 5. The port and town: consolidation andoutside influences; 6. Religious buildings; 7. Secular buildings; 8. The t opography of the town by the mid-fourteenth century. Part IV: 1360-1560: 9.Trade and the haven; 10. The life of the town; 11. War, rebellion and defe nce; 12. Secular buildings; 13. Churches and hospitals; 14. The landscape of the town. Part V: 1560-1600: 15. The town; 16. The buildings. Part VI: Conclusions: 17. Sandwich in the context of wider studies of historic towns: an assessment. With appendices and index. Small bump to tail of spine, elsevery good. NOTE Due to the excess weight of this book, extra shipping char ges may be necessary to cover postage on international orders. 80.00

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