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Historical Records of a Hundred and Twenty Years, Auburn, N. Y.

By Monroe, Joel H.

Green cloth. Previous owner's gift inscription on ffep. Light bumping and blemishes, binding solid. Black and white photographs. 278pp.

$36.00

Hawaii: The End of the Rainbow

By Miyamoto, Kazuo

Blue cloth in blue pictorial jacket. 509pp. Spine lightly sunned, mild wear and chipping to jacket extremities.

$7.20

The Post-Feminist Hollywood Actress: Biographies and Filmographies of Stars Born After 1939

By Segrave, Kerry & Linda Martin

Red cloth with gold gilt lettering. 313pp. Edges lightly foxed.

$10.80

Churchill: Visionary. Statesman. Historian.
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Churchill: Visionary. Statesman. Historian.

By Lukacs, John

Red quarter cloth in a pictorial jacket. 202pp. Previous owner's name on ffep.

$7.20

Bush Hat, Black Tie: Adventures of a Foreign Service Officer
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Bush Hat, Black Tie: Adventures of a Foreign Service Officer

By Simpson, Howard R.

Blue cloth in glossy jacket. 211pp. Previous owner's name on ffep.

$7.20

Aspects of Aristocracy: Grandeur and Decline in Modern Britain

By Cannadine, David

Black cloth in glossy pictorial jacket. 321pp. Light stains to bottom edge.

$7.20

Hitler's Secret Headquarters

By Seidler, Franz W.; Zeigert, Dieter

Black papered boards in gloss.y, pictorial jacket. 256pp, photos. Previous owner's name on ffep.

$7.20

Eric Shipton: Everest and Beyond
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Eric Shipton: Everest and Beyond

By Steele, Peter

Blue cloth in glossy jacket. 290pp. Remainder mark to bottom edge, bottom corners bumped, previous owner's name on ffep.

$7.20

Primer Congreso del Partido Comunista de Cuba: Memorias; 3 Volumes [SIGNED]
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Primer Congreso del Partido Comunista de Cuba: Memorias; 3 Volumes [SIGNED]

By [Castro, Fidel], Departmento de Orientación Revolucionaria del Comité Central del Partido Comunista de Cuba

Three volumes. White full cloth with gilt lettering on front boards in glossy red, blue, black and green jackets featuring silhouettes of a mass of people with upraised weapons against a Cuban flag. Square quartos. Volume I is inscribed and signed by Fidel Castro on the title page: "A Curbelo por su firme traycetonia en nuestro Partido Historíco le obsequio estos ejemplares como Memorias Imperecederas de este trascendental momento. / Revolucionariamente: / Fidel Castro / Septiembre 10 de 1976." It is possible - indeed, likely - that this inscription is addressed to Raúl Curbelo Morales, a party loyalist who served as head of the air force during the Bay of Pigs invasion, and later as vice-president of INRA and minister of communications. 384 + 11 [photos]; 420; 188 + 63 [photos]. Illustrated with black and white as well as color photographs. Jackets chipped with peeling laminate in some places, damp staining (primarily visible on the inside) and sunned spines. Volumes are near very good, with some light foxing. Volume two has an open nick and heavy bump to spine head. Otherwise, overall a tight and clean copy in slightly less than very good condition in a very good red slipcase. Official export certificate, dated 1976, laid-in. Provenance available upon request.

$2500.00

Al-Kitaab fii Ta'allum al-'Arabiyya with DVDs: A Textbook for Beginning Arabic, Part One
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Al-Kitaab fii Ta'allum al-'Arabiyya with DVDs: A Textbook for Beginning Arabic, Part One

By Brustad, Kristen, et al.

Ink notations on only two pages and on bottom edge. Includes three DVDs. Nearly new.

$45.00

Grow Lovely, Growing Old

By Green, Lawrence G

Red cloth with black lettering. 271pp. Bumping to corners, spine sunned with chipping near head. Rear board has several instances of white paint residue. Contents clean and solid.

$9.00

There's a Secret Hid Away

By Green, Lawrence G.

Grey cloth with black lettering on front board and spine. 244pp. Spine sunned with several stains near head. Previous owner's signatures and book plate.

$18.00

Inyanga: Prehistoric settlements in Southern Rhodesia

By Summers, Roger

Blue cloth with gilt spine lettering. No jacket. 335pp, 22 b&w photographic plates. Spine and top edge sunned. Previous owner's signature on ffep. Light cup rings on the front board.

$36.00

Thomas Pringle: His Life and Times [SIGNED]

By Meiring, Jane

Very good in grey cloth. 186pp. Previous owner's signature on ffep. SIGNED by the author on the title page. Light bumping to the corners, very minor dogearing to the last several pages. A biography of the abolitionist and poet, often considered the father of South African Poetry.

$45.00

$7.20

Columbus

By Fernández-Armesto, Felipe

Black cloth. 218 pages.

$7.20

Brazilian Legacies (Perspectives on Latin America and the Caribbean)

By Levine, Robert M

209 pp. Minor underlining and marginal notation, light wear.

$7.20

A World of Art. Custom edition for Asheville-Buncombe Community College

By Sayre, Henry M.

Bound in worn three ring binder. 416 pages. No highlighting or underlining.

$18.00

Yearning and Yawning Of Hell: Until the Equilibrium Party

By Penno, D[aniel] J.

Plain brown stiff paper wraps, with decorative title and ornament. [62p]. A collection of short essays and -- frankly -- rants against capitalism and in favor of a reformed Socialism in the form of a new doctrine called "Equity Socionomy" through the Equilibrium Party. From the text: "We might better invite into Colorado... the small pox, yellow fever, diptheria, bubonic plague, leprosy or famine... but so long as we allow the Mail fist, the Iron Hand, the Beasts od Capital, to control the laws of our country and inject their own hand made statutes, just so long we will be in servilence and white slavery." Penno was the founder and publisher of the Free Press, a union paper published in Trinidad, CO from the early teens until 1950. Delicately bound, textblock separating at several gatherings, four pages are loose. Very scarce. OCLC only reports one holding.

$180.00

Yearning and Yawning Of Hell: Until the Equilibrium Party

By Penno, D[aniel] J.

Plain brown stiff paper wraps, with decorative title and ornament. [62p]. A collection of short essays and -- frankly -- rants against capitalism and in favor of a reformed Socialism in the form of a new doctrine called "Equity Socionomy" through the Equilibrium Party. From the text: "We might better invite into Colorado... the small pox, yellow fever, diptheria, bubonic plague, leprosy or famine... but so long as we allow the Mail fist, the Iron Hand, the Beasts od Capital, to control the laws of our country and inject their own hand made statutes, just so long we will be in servilence and white slavery." Penno was the founder and publisher of the Free Press, a union paper published in Trinidad, CO from the early teens until 1950. Delicately bound, textblock separating at several gatherings, four pages are loose. Very scarce. OCLC only reports one holding.

$225.00

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