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Naval Warfare Under Oars : 4th to 16th Centuries : A Study of Strategy, Tactics and Ship Design. First Edition, Signed presentation copy., RODGERS, William Ledyard
81 RODGERS, William Ledyard Naval Warfare Under Oars : 4th to 16th Centuries : A Study of Strategy, Tactics and Ship Design. First Edition, Signed presentation copy.
United States Naval Institute, Annapolis, Maryland , 1939, 
RODGERS, William Ledyard. Naval Warfare Under Oars: 4th to the 16th Centuries : A Study of Strategy, Tactics and Ship Design. Annapolis, Maryland : United States Naval Institute, 1939. First Edition. Pp xiii,358. Illustrated.Large 8vo, blue cloth, gilt decoration to front, gilt lettering on front a nd spine. "Like my preceding volume, Greek and Roman Naval Warfare, this isa study of fleet naval tactics in the days of rowing ships, but during the Christian era. Incidentally, it gives a brief sketch of the political and economic conditions underlying military and naval efforts. Also, as in the earlier work, I have attempted to reconstruct some of the earlier types of men-of-war, for which direct and positive evidence is lacking. Naturally, the worth of such attempts will be better evaluated by, and have more appealto, seamen and naval architects who know the sea and the traditions and pr inciples of naval architecture, than they will to historical students whoseknowledge of past maritime affairs is chiefly confined to casual mention o f them by writers who were more concerned with government and sociology." -from the Preface. Contents : 1. The Navy of the Roman Empire. 2. The Naval Wars with the Saracens. 3. The Navy of the Later Roman Empire. 4. The Firs t Crusade. 5. The Organization of Ancient Navies. 6. The Vikings . 7. Medieval Wars of French and English. 8. Italian Naval Wars. 9. War of Cyprus andCampaign of Lepanto. 10. The War of Elizabeth of England with Philip II of Spain and the Campaign of the Great Armada. With index. Rear hinge cracked , endpaper lightly foxed, cloth lightly rubbed, else very good. Presentation copy signed by author. 240.00

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82 RODGERS, William Ledyard Naval Warfare Under Oars : 4th to 16th Centuries : A Study of Strategy, Tactics and Ship Design. Reprint in dustjacket
United States Naval Institute, Annapolis, Maryland , 1939, ISBN:087021487x 
RODGERS, William Ledyard. Naval Warfare Under Oars: 4th to the 16th Centuries : A Study of Strategy, Tactics and Ship Design. Annapolis, Maryland : Naval Institute Press, (1988). Reprint Edition. Pp (10),xi-xiii,(3),3-358,(4). Illustrated. 8vo, green cloth, gilt decoration to front, gilt lettering to spine. William Ledyard Rodgers (b. February 4, 1860, Washington, D.C., United States – d. May 7, 1944, Bethesda, Maryland) USN admiral and historian. "Like my preceding volume, Greek and Roman Naval Warfare, this is a studyof fleet naval tactics in the days of rowing ships, but during the Christi an era. Incidentally, it gives a brief sketch of the political and economicconditions underlying military and naval efforts. Also, as in the earlier work, I have attempted to reconstruct some of the earlier types of men-of-war, for which direct and positive evidence is lacking. Naturally, the worthof such attempts will be better evaluated by, and have more appeal to, sea men and naval architects who know the sea and the traditions and principlesof naval architecture, than they will to historical students whose knowled ge of past maritime affairs is chiefly confined to casual mention of them by writers who were more concerned with government and sociology." - from the Preface. Contents : 1. The Navy of the Roman Empire. 2. The Naval Wars with the Saracens. 3. The Navy of the Later Roman Empire. 4. The First Crusade. 5. The Organization of Ancient Navies. 6. The Vikings . 7. Medieval Warsof French and English. 8. Italian Naval Wars. 9. War of Cyprus and Campaig n of Lepanto. 10. The War of Elizabeth of England with Philip II of Spain and the Campaign of the Great Armada. With index. Very good in dustjacket. 25.00

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83 SAMPSON, Aylwin Michael of Kent, Foreword Winning Waters: The Homes of Rowing. 1st UK in dj
Hale, 1986, 
SAMPSON, Aylwin. Winning Waters: The Homes of Rowing. L.: Hale, (1986). Pp 199. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth. "Devotees of the traditional sport of rowing will find this illustrated guide to the rowing waters and clubs of Britain invaluable. Aylwin Sampson portrays in words and pictures the rich array of places and settings to be found in this sport. He describes the complex pattern of the clubs' development in schools, towns and universities and shows the fascination Regattas and Heads have for rowers and spectators alike." - the dj. With appendices and index. Foreword by HRH Prince Michael of Kent. Vg in dj. 40.00

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84 SHERWOOD, W.E., Rev., comp. Oxford Rowing : A History of Boat-Racing at Oxford from the Earliest Times with a Record of the Races compiled principally from Official Sources
Henry Frowde, Oxford, 1900, 
SHERWOOD, W.E., Rev., comp. Oxford Rowing : A History of Boat-Racing at Oxford from the Earliest Times with a Record of the Races compiled principallyfrom Official Sources . Compiled by Rev. W.E. Sherwood. Oxford and London: Henry Frowde, 1900. Pp. [i]-xviii,(2),[1]-406,(2), frontis., + 21 p. of pl ates. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt decorationof the O.U.B.C. logoto front and gilt lettering to spine, t.e.g. Cohen, The Thames, 1580-1980: A General Bibliography, p.281. This volume is presented in two parts, the first of which focuses on a general history of the Oxford University Boat Club in the nineteenth century. Contents: 1. Boating Before the Races, 2. Early Racing, 3. An Early College Boat Club, 4. The Making of the O.U.B.C., 5. General History of the Boat Club, 6. The Eights and Torpids, 7. The Challenge Races, 8. The Boat Race and Trial Eights, 9. Henley and Other Foreign Races, 10. Finances, 11. Miscellaneous. The second part, which makes up approximately two-thirds of the content of this volume, presents a detailed selection of results from various classes and important races, with winners, crew members, &c. Inner hinges tender, occasional light foxing, else a nice, tight copy. 250.00

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85 St. John, N.B. St. John, New Brunswick, Canada. 1905. The City of the Loyalists.
Telegraph Press, St. John, N.B., 1905, 
(St. John, N.B.). St. John, New Brunswick, Canada. 1905. The City of the Loyalists. (St. John : Telegraph Press, 1905). Pp [1]-[32],+ folding map at rear. Illustrated. Small 8vo, grey stapled card covers, lettered and decorated in silver, blue and maroon. (4 x 6 3/8 inches). Contents : What to See in the City and Vicinity and How to See It : A Few Facts. Excellent Hotel Accommodation. Martello Tower. Fort La Tour. Churches. Public Buildings. Other Points of Interest. Fernhill Cemetery. Rockwood Park and Public Gardens. Famous Reversing Falls. The Tides. Drives. Yachting. Rowing. Trout Fishing.River Trips. Trips by Rail. Golf. Sea Trips. Brief Historical Sketch. Misc ellaneous Information. Tide Table for 1905. Of nautical interest : Yachting(pp 19-20), Rowing (p. 20), River Trips (pp 22-23), Sea Trips (p. 26). Tea rs to spine ends, edges nicked, waterstain to top half throughout, rear naptorn and detached, else good. As is. 35.00

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86 St. John, N.B. St. John, New Brunswick, Canada. 1907. The City of the Loyalists.
Barnes & Co., Printers, St. John, N.B., 1907, 
(St. John, N.B.). St. John, New Brunswick, Canada. 1907. The City of the Loyalists. (St. John, N.B.: Barnes & Co., Printers, 1907). Pp [1]-47,(1),+ folding map at rear. Illustrated. Small 8vo, purple stapled card covers, lettered and decorated in silver and green. Contents : What to See in the City and Vicinity and How to See It : A Few Facts. Brief Historical Sketch : Martello Tower. Fort La Tour. The La Tour Cannon. Churches. Public Buildings. Other Points of Interest. Fernhill Cemetery. Rockwood Park, Public Gardens,and other Parks. Famous Reversing Falls. The Tides. Drives. Yachting. Rowi ng. Trout Fishing. River Trips. Sea Trips. Trips by Rail. Golf. Tennis. Miscellaneous Information. Of nautical interest : Yachting (pp 32-33), Rowing (p. 34), River Trips (pp 36-37), Sea Trips (p. 38). Uneven sunning to covers, bottom quarter-inch of first two leaves clipped along with top corner offirst leaf (not affecting text), penned name, else very good. As is. 50.00

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87 STONE, Nathaniel. STONE, Elizabeth. On the Water : Discovering America in a Rowboat. First Edition in dustjacket.
Broadway Books, New York, 2002, ISBN:0767908414 
STONE, Nathaniel. On the Water : Discovering America in a Rowboat ; illustrations by Elizabeth Stone. New York: Broadway Books, (2002). First Printing. Pp. (8),ix-x,(2),3-323,(3). 8vo, white paper covered boards with blue cloth spine. "Few people have ever considered the eastern United States to be an island, but when the author began tracing waterways in his new atlas at the age of ten, he discovered that if pone had a boat it was possible to use a combination of waterways to travel up the Hudson River, west across thebarge canals and the Great Lakes, down the Mississippi River to the Gulf o f Mexico, and back up the eastern seaboard. Years later, still facscinated by the idea of the island, Stone read a biography of Howard Blackburn, a nineteenth-century Gloucester fisherman who had attempted to sail the same route a century before. So in April 1999 Stone decided to launch a seventeen-foot scull beneath the Brooklyn Bridge to see how far he could get. After ten months and some six thousand miles he arrived back at the Brooklyn Bridge, and continued rowing on the Eastport. Retracing Stone's extraordinary voyage, 'On the Water' is a marvelous portrait of the vibrant cultures inhabiting American shores and the magic of a traveler's chance encounters. From Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where a rower at the local boathouse bequeaths him a pair of fabled oars, to Vanceburg, Kentucky, where he spends a day fishing with Ed Taylor -- a man whose efficient simplicity recalls 'The Old Manand the Sea' -- Stone makes his way, stroke by stroke, chatting with tugbo at operators and sleeping in his boat under the stars. He listens to the live strains of Dwight Yoakum on the banks of the Ohio while the world's largest Superman statue guards the nearby town square, and winds his way through the Louisiana bayous, where he befriends Scoober, an old man who reminds him that the happiest people are those who've 'got nothin'. He briefly adopts a rowing companion -- a kitten -- along the west coast of Florida, and finds himself stuck in the tidal mudflats of Georgia. Along the way, he flavors his narrative with local history and lore and records the evolution of what started out as an adventure but became a lifestyle. An extraordinary literary debut in the lyrical, timeless style of William Least Heat-Moon andHenry David Thoreau, 'On the Water' is a mariner's tribute to childhood dr eams, solitary journeys, and the transformative powers of America's rivers,lakes, and coastlines." - from the dj. Very good in dustjacket. 15.00

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88 STRAUSS, Barry Rowing Against the Current : On Learning to Scull at Forty. Paperback Edition.
Touchstone, Simon and Schuster, New York, 2001, ISBN:0684863308 
STRAUSS, Barry. Rowing Against the Current : On Learning to Scull at Forty.New York: A Touchstone Book, published by Simon & Schuster, (2001). First thus printing. Pp. (10),[11]-175,(1). 8vo, illustrated blue card covers with white lettered red title block to spine. "In the midst of a standard midlife crisis - complete with wine-tasting, yoga classes, and a failed attemptat a first novel - forty-year old Barry Strauss falls unexpectedly and pas sionately in love with rowing, a sport in which a twenty-seven-year-old is a has-been." -from the rear cover. Very good. 9.00

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89 STRAUSS, Barry Rowing Against the Current. in dj
Scribner's, 1999, ISBN:0684843218 
STRAUSS, Barry. Rowing Against the Current. (NY): Scribner's, (1999). Pp. 175. Small 8vo, red paper covered boards, green cloth spine with gilt titles. "In the midst of a standard midlife crisis - complete with wine-tasting, yoga classes, and a failed attempt at a first novel - forty-year old Barry Strauss falls unexpectedly and passionately in love with rowing, a sport inwhich a twenty-seven-year-old is a has-been." -from the dust jacket. Vg in dj. 16.00

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More of Canada's Best Canoe Routes. First Edition., THOMAS, Alister, editor.
90 THOMAS, Alister, editor. More of Canada's Best Canoe Routes. First Edition.
Boston Mills Press, Erin, ON, 2003, ISBN:155046390X 
THOMAS, Alister, editor. More of Canada's Best Canoe Routes. (Erin, Ontario) : The Boston Mills Press, (2003). First Edition. Pp (10),[11]-296. Illustrated with one map and numerous b&w photos to text. 8vo, photo-illustrated blue card covers. "This sequel to our popular Canada's Best Canoe Routes offers 31 more prime paddling trips throughout Canada, from British Columbia to Newfoundland and Labrador, and north to the Yukon, Northwest Territoriesand Nunavut, all described by some of Canada's foremost paddlers. This can oeing and kayaking compendium has it all - freshwater, saltwater, flatwaterand whitewater paddling, weekend trips and epic adventures. It also featur es profiles of 20 noteworthy paddlers, takes the reader on a tour of the Canadian Canoe Museum, and offers up a plethora of paddling maxims by canoe guru James Raffan. " - from the rear cover. Section I. 31 Trips from Coast to Coast to Coast and Everywhere in Between. Section II. 18 Profiles of 24 trippers. Very good. 12.00

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91 TOMS, Dave Footprints : Canadian Sports Stories : Summer
McArthur & Company, Toronto, 2004, ISBN:1552784274 
TOMS, Dave. Footprints : Canadian Sports Stories : Summer. Toronto : McArthur & Company, (2004). First Printing. Pp [i]-ix,(1),1-204,(2). illustrated black card covers. Of nautical interest : 1. Ned Hanlan, Rower. 10. The Bluenose, Fishing schooner. 16. Miss Supertest, Unlimited class powerboat. 40.Caroline Brunet, Sprint kayak. 44. Silken Laumann, Rowing. 45. Kathleen He ddle and Marnie McBean, Rowing. A near-fine copy. 10.00

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92 TROLLOPE, Anthony (ed.). MILLAIS, J.E. Saint Pauls : A Monthly Magazine. Vol. 1 : October 1867 to March 1868.
Virtue and Co., London , 1868, 
TROLLOPE, Anthony (ed.). Saint Pauls : A Monthly Magazine. Vol. I : October1867 to March 1868. Illustrated by J.E. Millais. London : Virtue and Co., 1868. Pp [i]-v,(1),[1]-762, frontis + 6 plates. 8vo, maroon pressed cloth, gilt to front board and spine. Includes the first 23 chapters of “Phineas Finn”, a novel by Anthony Trollope, which was first published as a monthly serial from October 1867 to May 1868 in St Paul's Magazine. Also, the first 19 chapters of his novel "All for Greed"; the article "About Rowing" (pp 319-333); the article “Alpine Climbing” (pp 470-485); and much more. MAY REQUIRE ADDITIONAL SHIPPING COSTS DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Front cover and first few leaves detached, spine and edges very worn, contemporary penned name, crudecloth tape repair to gutters, overall a poor, reading copy only. As is. 20 .00

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93 VANDERDECKEN COOPER, William Yacht Sailor : A Treatise on Practical Yachtsmanship, Cruising and Racing. With Notes and Additional Chapters by a Clyde Yachtsman. Sixth Edition
Hunt & Co., London , 1888, 
VANDERDECKEN. The Yacht Sailor : A Treatise on Practical Yachtsmanship, Cruising and Racing. With Notes and Additional Chapters by a Clyde Yachtsman. Sixth Edition. London : Hunt & Co., 1888. Pp (2),[iii]-viii,[1]-208. Illustrated with 2 folding plates. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt yacht on front cover, gilt lettering to spine. Toy 1955. Vanderdecken was the pseudonym of William Cooper. Spine reads: "The Yacht Sailor". "These chapters were originally written with the view to assist the youthful aspirant to fame "upon the vastydeep," in becoming thorough practical amateur sailor." - p.[1]. Chapters : 1. Works on Naval Architecture - Distinguished Yachtsmen - Fore-and- Aft a nd Square Rig - Yachting Seamanship - Purchasing a Yacht - Examining a Yacht - Sprung Spars - Examining of Yacht's Rigging. 2. Carvel and Clincher Build - Dry Rot - Sails and Canvas, - Flax and Cotton Canvas - Stretching New Sails - The Cost of a Yacht - To Get Under Way - To Secure a Clear Berth - Foresail and Jib - Towing Boats - Under Way ; 3. Down Hauls - . Reeving Safety Gear - Coiling Down Fairly - Sailing Close-Hauled - Port and Starboard Tacks - Turning to Windward - Tacking Ship - A Squall - Keeling - Housing the Topmast - Shortening Sail - Making Good Weather; ; 4. ; 5. ; 6. ; 7. ; 8. ; 9. ; 10. ; 11. ; 12. ; 13. ; 14. On Boats - Dangerous Punts - Boat Qualifications - Form of Yacht's Boats - Fittings of Yacht's Boats - Yacht's Boat Oars - Handling a Yacht's Gig - Gig's Uniform - Method of Rowing - . Rowing from the Arms - Instructions to Crew - Boarding a Yacht Under Way - Landing on a Beach - Life Saving Gear - Signalling. . Spine and endpapers repaired, a few pages smudged. 150.00

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94 Viewbook] Views of Syracuse, N.Y.
Lyman H. Nelson Company, Portland, ME, 0, 
[Viewbook]. Views of Syracuse, N.Y. Portland, ME: published by Lyman H. Nelson Company, publishers of Souvenir Books and Pictures of Prominent Cities and Summer Resorts, [n.d. - 190?]. Pp. (32). Unpaginated. Illustrated in black and white. Oblong 8vo, brown stapled card covers with raised gilt lettering to front cover. Front cover reads "Souvenir of Syracuse". Includes thefollowing views: City Hall; Home of the Chamber of Commerce, University Bu ilding; State Armory; New York Central Station; Hospital of the Good Shepherd; Women's and Children's Hospital; Syracuse State Institution for Feeble-Minded Children; United States Government Building; Veterans' Park; MasonicPark; View of James Stret; East Genesee Street; Convention Hall, Alhambra; Convention Hall, Interior; South Salina Street; South Salina Street at Nig ht; A Dash to the Fire, North Salina Street and Prospect Avenue; Engine Company No. 9; Chemical Engine No. 1; Hook and Ladder Company No. 2; Engine Company No. 8; Solway Process Works and Clinton Square; Salt Industry, Distributing Reservoir; Salt Industsry, Solar Evaporation; Salt Industry, Pump Houses; First Dutch Reformed Church, James Street; St. Paul's Episcopal Church, East Fayette Street; Grace Episcopal Church, University Avenue; May Memorial Unitarian Church, James Street; First Schoolhouse in Syracuse; Washington Irving School; Syracuse High School; Brighton School; Hall of Languages, Syracuse University; Von Ranke Library, Syracuse University; Winchell Hall, Syracuse University; L.C. Smith's School of Technology; John Crouse College of Fine Arts, Syracuse University; The Holden Observatory, Syracuse University; Eckel Monument, North Salina Street; A Close Race [eights rowing];University Crews, Onondaga Lake; Archibald Field; Fayette Park, Forman Par k, Long Branch Onondaga Lake and View on Lakeside Trolley; Lyman C. Smith'sResidence, James Street; F.R. Hazard's Residence, Orchard Road; Walter Sno wden Smith's Residence, James Street; Frank L. Hiscock's Residence, James Street; Public Baths, Chlorine Springs. Middle signature loose but present, some marginal smudging, light foxing to initial couple pages, faint vertical crease to front cover, else very good. 35.00

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95 VINCETT, Roger Rowing.
EP Publishing, East Ardsley, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, 1978, ISBN:0715805185 
VINCETT, Roger. Rowing. (East Ardsley, Wakefield, West Yorkshire : EP Publishing Ltd.), Published in collaboration with the Amateur Rowing Association, (1978). Second Printing. Pp [1]-40. Illustrated. Double Column. Oblong small 8vo, illustrated white stapled card covers. A volume in the Know The Game series. Very good. 9.00

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96 WILSON, Paul C. ISELIN, Alan Modern Rowing. First American Edition in dustjacket
Stackpole Books, Harrisburg, PA, 1969, 
WILSON, Paul C. Modern Rowing. Illustrations [by] Alan Iselin. Harrisburg, PA : Stackpole Books, (1969). First American Edition. Printed in the U.K. Pp (6),7-152. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, green cloth, gilt lettering to spine.Toy 4269. "Few innovations in rowing have caused such widespread debate as the modern style developed by the Ratzeburger Ruderclub in Germany. On the International level this style has almost complete dominance, but in club and college competition it has had mixed fortunes because coaches do not understand its basic principles. This book contains a complete analysis of this style - the principles behind it, its appearance when done properly, andits performance characteristics — as well as chapters on faults in rowing, fitness training, psychology, and rig and equipment. It is an indispensabl e guide for any active oarsman. Paul Wilson did the formative coaching of the brilliant 1967 First and Third Trinity crew, which, was Head of the River in the Cambridge Lents and Mays, won the Ladies Plate at Henley, and beatthe Cambridge University crew in the Cambridge Regatta." - from the dj. Co ntents : 1. Introduction; 2. The International Modern Style; 3. Faults; 4. Training for technique; 5. Training for strength; 6. Psychology of rowing; 7. Rig and equipment. Very good in price-clipped dustjacket. 25.00

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97 WIRTH, Bob Open Boat Canoeing.
Reward Books, West Nyack, NY, 1985, ISBN:0136375472 
WIRTH, Bob. Open Boat Canoeing. West Nyack, NY: Reward Books, (1985). FirstPaperback Printing. Pp. (2),[iii]-xiv,(2),3-271,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, ill ustrated green card covers with white titles to front and spine. Cassell 2064, Toy 4025. "Complete with more than 170 detailed figures and illustrations, this guide shows you how to safely maneuver your canoe in all types of water. [...] This book provides guidelines on... Canoes: construction (materials, design features, performance); related nautical terms; the parts of a canoe; guidelines for buying canoes -- Clothing: the best type of clothing to wear when canoeing; wet suits; footgear; raingear; cold weather garments; insect-proof clothing -- Initial Preparations: canoeing on moving water(river ratings, sources of information and special precautions); gaining a ccess to boating areas; arranging for vehicle transportation; canoeing withchildren; the hidden canoeing costs like damages; canoeing etiquette -- Ge tting Started: how to carry a canoe; securing a canoe to a vehicle; packinga canoe for a trip; paddling strokes, their theor and procedure -- Canoein g on Flat Water: paddling efficiently; canoeing in winds and waves -- RiverCanoeing: locating obstacles in a river, 'reading the river'; safety guide lines; maneuvering techniques; avoiding large obstacles by portaging and lining; river running examples for practice -- River Rescues: self-rescue; helping otheres; retrieving a drifting canoe; freeing a pinned canoe; flatwater rescues; general safety guidelines; hypothermia." - from rear. Very good. 10.00

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98 WULFFSON, Don L. Incredible True Adventures.
Dodd, Mead & Company, New York , 1986, ISBN:039608779X 
WULFFSON, Don L. Incredible True Adventures. Illustrated with photographs and prints. New York : Dodd, Mead & Company, (1986). First Printing. Pp [1]-110,(2). Illustrated. Index 8vo, red cloth, black lettering to spine. Contents : 1. Forty-five Seconds Inside a Tornado. 2. The Man in the Upside-downShip. 3. Through the Iron Curtain in a Tank. 4. Down the River of Doubt. 5 . They Rowed Across the Atlantic. 6. Shot Down Behind Enemy Lines. 7. Against All Odds. 8. A Race with Death. 9. Terror at Sea. Very good in price-clipped dustjacket. 15.00

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