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  • Edition: 1st Edition
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New York: Press of the Pioneers, 1934. Hardbound . 1st Edition. BINDING/CONDITION: dark blue (nearly black) cloth with silver text; one corner is well bumped, bookplate, otherwise a Very Good book, no dust jacket. Although the original jacket is not present, a semi-facsimile jacket has been made to help protect the book (facsimile of spine and front panel -- the real jacket has a blank rear panel, this facsimile has a portrait of Tabor). Includes a frontis and thirteen additional black and white plates. From the author's preface: ''That he [Tabor] was reckless, foolish, idled way much of his youth, squandered a great fortune as if he were an imbecile, fought, gambled, swore, chewed tobacco, drank red liquor, consorted with loose women, divorced an old and quarrelsome wife and married a young and attractive colleen of less than half his age, used his wealth to further his political ambitions, and raised hell generally -- all this merely proved that he belonged in his environment, belonged to that period of the ... Read more

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Taekwondo for Children

Park, Y H and Jeff Leibowitz

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Self Published, 1993. Trade size paperback . BINDING/CONDITION: a trade-size paperback; a Good book. Well illustrated with drawings by BuHo Choi, and color photographs. ''The ultimate reference guide of children interested in the world's most popular martial art''. 8.5 inches tall, 127 pages, glossary. 8vo (8.5 inches tall) 127 pages. Glossary.

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Taken by a Stranger

Summerfield, Lin

  • Edition: 1st Printing
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New York: Walker & Company, 1995. Hardbound . 1st Printing. BINDING/CONDITION: paper covered boards; a Near Fine book, with a Near Fine dust jacket; the dust jacket is not price clipped. Dust jacket art by Sally Mara Sturman. 8vo (8.5 inches tall) 242 pages.

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Taking Control of Arthritis

Kantrowitz, Fred G

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New York: HarperCollins, 1990. Hardbound . 1st Printing. BINDING/CONDITION: paper covered boards with cloth at the spine; a Near Fine book, with a Near Fine dust jacket; the dj is not price clipped. 8vo (about 8'' to 9.5'' tall) 244 pages. Index.

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  • Edition: 1st Edition, so stated
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New York: Abbeville Press, 1992. Hardbound . 1st Edition, so stated. BINDING/CONDITION: light blue cloth with silver spine text, title impressed on the front cover; the spine is slightly slanted, otherwise a Very Good+ book, with a Very Good+ dust jacket; the dust jacket is not price clipped. Well illustrated in b&w and color. The illustrations include some spa/travel posters of the Belle Epoque. This traces the evolution of spas from the sacred springs of prehistoric times to the Roman baths to the fabulous watering holes of elite society in Europe, Asia, and the United States. Small 4to (10.25 inches tall) 224 pages. Bibliography, index. peach colored endpapers.

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New York: John S Taylor and Company, 1843. Hardbound . BINDING/CONDITION: dark maroon boards, blind stamped decorations, gilt spine text and decoration; owner's gift inscription on a thin piece of paper pasted to the front paste down endpaper; moderate foxing throughout; the hinges are sound; well rubbed at the corners and spine ends: Fair condition. Charlotte Elizabeth [Tonna] (1790-1846) began her writing career in Ireland in the mid 1820s, writing tracts for religious societies. She had a successful career, this was published just three years before her death. These children's stories are quite moralistic and religious in nature. 16mo (about 6 inches tall) 228 pages + ads.

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Tales for Salesmen

Golden, Francis Leo

  • Edition: 1st Printing, this edition
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New York: Pocket Books, 1954. Mass market paperback . 1st Printing, this edition. BINDING/CONDITION: a mass market paperback; all edges red; Good+ condition. Cover art by Casey Jones; interior illustrations by H Lawrence Hoffman. Foreword by Harry Hershfield. ''A pocketful of belly-laughs, rollicking, ribald jokes, anecdotes and cartoons, a generous selection of the stories salesmen tell each other.'' This was originally published in 1951; this is a first printing of this paperback edition. Pocket Book number 1013. 12mo (about 6.5 inches tall) 225 pages.

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Tales from the Amazon

Eells, Elsie Spicer

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New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1966. Hardbound . sm 8vo, 243 pp, with illustrations by Florence Choate and Elizabeth Curtis. This was originally published in 1927. These twenty-six stories are taken from the folklore of South America; some are droll; some are fantastic; some tell of birds and beasts; of the South American Indians' idea of the beginning of the world and of natural things; some explain customs. "For boys and girls from 10 years up" BINDING/CONDITION: red cloth with black text and decoration; a Near Fine book, with a Very Good dust jacket; the dj is price clipped

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  • Edition: 1st Edition
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Chicago: Ivan R Dee, 1999. Hardbound . 1st Edition. BINDING/CONDITION: paper covered boards with cloth at the spine; a Near Fine book, with a Very Good+ dust jacket; the dust jacket is not price clipped. This copy is inscribed and Signed by the author. 8vo (about 8.75 inches tall) 239 pages.

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The Tales of Guy de Maupassant

de Maupassant, Guy; translated by Lafcadio Hearn and others; introduction by Justin O'Brien; illustrated by Gunter Bohmer

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New York: Heritage Press, 1964. Hardbound . BINDING/CONDITION: dark green cloth with gilt text and decoration; the spine is very slightly darkened, otherwise a Near Fine book, with a Very Good slipcase. The translation by Lafcadio Hearn and others are chosen, with an introduction by Justin O'Brien. The illustrations are from watercolors by Gunter Bohmer. This copy includes the publisher's insert, the Heritage Club Sandglass. 8vo (9.5 inches tall) 472 pages.

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Tales of the Far North

Martin, Eva (retold by); illustrated by Laszlo Gal

  • Edition: 1st U.K. Edition
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London: Methuen Children's Books, 1986. Hardbound . 1st U.K. Edition. BINDING/CONDITION: navy blue boards; a Good book, with a Very Good dust jacket; the dust jacket is not price clipped. Illustrated in b&w and color by Laszlo Gal. A retelling of twelve fairy tales drawn from the French, Irish and British oral tradition of the people who first settled in Canada. These tales were transformed by the settlers' encounter with the new land. 10.25 inches tall by 8.25 wide 123 pages.

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  • Edition: Collector's Edition
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Norwalk, Connecticut: Easton Press, 1980. Leather bound . Collector's Edition. BINDING/CONDITION: brown leather with gilt text and decorations; raised spine bands; all edges gilt; ribbon place marker; Fine condition. Illustrated by Fletcher Martin; introduction by Oscar Lewis. This frontis portrait of Harte is by Bob Dacey. This is from the publisher's series, Masterpieces of American Literature. small 4to (about 10.25 inches tall) 223 pages. Silk moire endpapers.

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Tales of the Mississippi

Samuel, Ray and Leonard V Huber and Warren C Ogden

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New York: Hastings House, 1955. Hardbound . 1st Edition. BINDING/CONDITION: brown cloth; a Very Good- book, with a Very Good- dust jacket; publisher's price on the jacket flap is intact. Lavishly illustrated in black and white.. An exciting panorama of life on the Mississippi, from its discovery by De Soto down to the present day [1955]. From the jacket blurb: ''Here are the flat- and keel-boat men -- tough, lusty and uproarious -- who would fight at the drop of a chaw of tobacco Here is the fabulous Mike Fink. Portrayed too, are the reckless captains and engineers of the baroque mistresses of the river -- ready to risk their steamboats, and their passengers to win a race or merely to chalk up a record. Accounts of the river during Civil War days, and the story of the great showboats.'' Foreword by Captain Donald T Wright. 4to (about 11.25 inches tall) 240 pages. Index.

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  • Edition: Reprint Edition
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New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1910. Hardbound . Reprint Edition. BINDING/CONDITION: orange cloth with burgundy text, top edge blue (faded); a small stain on the bottom edge of the text block, otherwise a Very Good+ book; the dust jacket has a green felt pen mark on the spine, external tape repairs to a torn section on the front panel; the cover art is faded at the spine; but the front panel art, in spite of tape repairs is quite attractive with good color. Includes a b&w frontis plate (the artist is not identified). ''A Pioneer Story of a Captive White Girl Among the Indians.'' This was originally published in 1882 by Harper & Brothers; the most recent copyright date is 1910; this Grosset & Dunlap edition is a later, undated reprint, ca. 1940s. This is from the publisher's Famous Stories for Young People series. 8vo (8.25 inches tall) 250 pages. illustrated endpapers.

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The Tango Player

Hein, Christopher; translated by Philip Boehm

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New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1992. Hardbound . 1st U.S. Edition. BINDING/CONDITION: paper covered boards; a Very Good+ book, with a Very Good dust jacket; the dust jacket is not price clipped, however the extreme bottom corner on the rear flap is clipped. This is an English translation of Der Tangospieler, which was published in 1989. Small 8vo (about 7.75 inches tall) 219 pages.

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Tartuffe & The World-Be Gentleman

Moliere [Jean Baptiste Poquelin]; translated by H Baker and J Miller; introduction by Henri Peyre; illustrated by Serge Ivanoff

  • Edition: Reprint Edition
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New York: Heritage Press, 1963. Hardbound . Reprint Edition. BINDING/CONDITION: two color cloth binding, top half is light brick color, bottom is slate blue; black and gilt on the spine; the spine is very slightly darkened, otherwise a Near Fine book, with a Good slipcase. Color illustrations by Serge Ivanoff. Introduction by Henri Peyre. Small 4to (about 10.5 inches tall) 197 pages.

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Tartuffe & The Would-Be Gentleman

Molière [Jean Baptiste Poquelin]; translated by H Baker and J Miller

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Norwalk, Connecticut: Easton Press, 1980. Leather bound . BINDING/CONDITION: red leather with gilt; three raised spine bands; all edges gilt, ribbon place marker; Near Fine condition. Illustrated by Serge Ivanoff. The frontis portrait of Molière is by Mike Rodericks, and was specially commissioned for this edition. Book design by Jean Garcia. small 4to (about 10.25 inches tall) 197 pages. Silk moire endpapers.

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Chicago: Thompson & Thomas, 1904. Hardbound . 8vo, 487 pp, with 58 illustrations by John T McCutcheon Subtitled: "Being the letters (non-partisan) of Hon. William Bradley, Ex-Governor and former veteran of practical politics, written to his friend and protege Ned, who is still busy 'carving a career back in the old state'". The recollections of an Illinois senator. BINDING/CONDITION: red cloth with white and gilt text and decoration, paste-on photo on the front board; a small tear in the cloth at the lower spine, otherwise the book is Very Good+; no dj

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The Tattooed Heart of Livingston

Greenwood, Marianne

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New York: Stein & Day, 1965. Hardbound . 1st Edition. 8vo, 187 pp, two sections of photo plates. The author's memoirs here revolve around her time with the coastal Carib people of Guatemala. But this exotic setting serves always as a reminder to other parts of her life. A witch doctor's incantations take her back to memories of an old Lapp woman; she speaks too, of her association with Pablo Picasso and Francoise Gilot. BINDING/CONDITION: olive-green paper covered boards with bright green cloth at the spine; bookplate, otherwise a Very Good- book, with a Very Good dust jacket; the dj is NOT price clipped

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Taw Jameson

Martenet, May Davies

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New York: Alfred A Knopf, 1953. Hardbound . 1st Edition, so stated. BINDING/CONDITION: decorated paper covered boards with bright green cloth at the spine, gilt text, top edge color is a burnt-red; rubbed at the bottom edges, otherwise a Very Good book, with a Good+ dust jacket; the dust jacket is not price clipped. Dust jacket art by George Salter. This novel was originally serialized in The Ladies' Home Journal. 8vo (about 8.5 inches tall) 352 pages.

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