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BURLINGTON'S STREETS: WHAT'S BEHIND THE NAME?, Armstrong, Peggy and Armstrong, Les.
1 Armstrong, Peggy and Armstrong, Les. BURLINGTON'S STREETS: WHAT'S BEHIND THE NAME?
Burlington, Ontario Burlington Historical Society 0969104022 / 9780969104025 Fourth Printing Soft Cover Very Good+ 
89 pp, + fold-out map at rear, 11" H. No date (c2001). B&w photographs, maps, reproductions. Gives the history/meaning behind the street names of Burlington, Ontario. Arranged alphabetically. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very minor rubbing, very minor edge wear. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
BURLINGTON'S STREETS: WHAT'S BEHIND THE NAME?, Armstrong, Peggy and Armstrong, Les.
2 Armstrong, Peggy and Armstrong, Les. BURLINGTON'S STREETS: WHAT'S BEHIND THE NAME?
Burlington, Ontario Burlington Historical Society 0969104022 / 9780969104025 Fourth Printing Soft Cover Very Good+ 
89 pp, + fold-out map at rear, 11" H. No date (c2001). B&w photographs, maps, reproductions. Gives the history/meaning behind the street names of Burlington, Ontario. Arranged alphabetically. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very minor edge wear. 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
ISAAC JOHNSON OF WOODBRIDGE 174-1835: THAT INGENIOUS ARTIST., Blatchly, John and Eden, Peter.  Foreword by Peggy-Ann Monroe.
3 Blatchly, John and Eden, Peter. Foreword by Peggy-Ann Monroe. ISAAC JOHNSON OF WOODBRIDGE 174-1835: THAT INGENIOUS ARTIST.
Suffolk Record Office, Ipswich, 1979. 
32 pp, 8" H x 10 1/4" D, soft cover (stapled in wraps). Johnson family tree on inside of front cover. B&w illustrations. Contains: Isaac Johnson, 1754-1835 by John Blatchly and A Note on Isaac Johnson's Cartographic Style by Peter Eden. Interio r - soft crease at top corner of half the pages, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - small crease at top corner of front cover. Very Good 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
4 Brown, Isobel, et al. DOORS HELD AJAR.
Killick Press, St. John's, Newfoundland, 1997, Ist ed. 
182 pp, 8vo, soft cover. "...reflects not only the distinctive narrative voices of its authors, but also the diverse life-experiences of these three women: growing up in Glasgow between the wars, growing up in a small Newfoundland outport, growing up within the constraints of a fundamentalist religion, coming to this country after World War Two as the bride of a Newfoundland serviceman, leaving Newfoundland as the bride of an American serviceman in the 1960s. All this, and more, informs the short stories and essays contained in this book." Very light scuffing to covers. VG+ 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
MACASKILL:  SEASCAPES AND SAILING SHIPS., Bruce, Harry & Darrach, Claude.  Foreword by Sherman Hines.  Preface By Thomas H. Raddall.
5 Bruce, Harry & Darrach, Claude. Foreword by Sherman Hines. Preface By Thomas H. Raddall. MACASKILL: SEASCAPES AND SAILING SHIPS.
Halifax, Nova Scotia Nimbus 1987 0920852785 / 9780920852781 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Very Good+ 
128 pp, 11 1/4" H. B&w photographs. "In the 1920s and '30s, when commercial photography was still in its infancy, Wallace R. MacAskill was the worlds best marine photographer. Quite possibly he still is. MacAskill (1893-1956) was born in St. Peter's on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia and from childhood on, his first and last loves were photography and the sea. He devoted his life to both. His own greatest critic, MacAskill destroyed 99 out of 100 of his negatives, yet left over 6,000 images to posterity. This book is a careful selection from among (those images)." Dust jacket has some very minor edge wrinkling. 
Price: 50.00 USD
 
 
6 Davidson, Avram/Asimov, Isaac, eds. (Vance Aandahl, James White, Avram Davidson, Robert Wallsten, John Anthony West, Robert Silverberg, Richard Matheson, Isaac Asimov, Grendel Briarton, Otis Kidwell Burger, Israel Zangwill, Don White.) THE MAGAZINE OF FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION. INCLUDING VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION. VOLUME 24, NO. 2, WHOLE NO. 141. FEBRUARY 1963.
Mercury Press, Concord, N.H., 1963. 
130 pp, soft cover (digest size). Cover art by John Pederson, Jr. Contents: The Riddle Song by Vance Aandahl; Counter Security by James White; Books (department) by Avram Davidson; Punk's Progress by Robert Wallsten; Gladys's Gregory by John Anthony West; The Nature of the Place by Robert Silverberg; The Jazz Machine by Richard Matheson; Science: The Lost Generation by Isaac Asimov; Ferdinand Feghoot: LIX by Grendel Briarton; The Pleiades by Otis Kidwell Burger; Satan Mekatrig by Israel Zangwill; Peggy and Peter Go to the Moon by Don White; Editorial; F&SF Marketplace. Interior - light browning to pages, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - light browning to spine and cover edges, very light edge wear - a little more on spine, tiny light foxing marks on edges of textblock, very light rubbing, spine flat and a few small wrinkles. VG- 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
TEST PILOT., Duke, Neville.  In collaboration with Alan W. Mitchell.
7 Duke, Neville. In collaboration with Alan W. Mitchell. TEST PILOT.
London Grub Street 1992 0948817631 / 9780948817632 New Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
195 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H). First published in 1953, "(T)his new edition has an additional chapter covering Neville Duke's flying life from that date, and also has appendices and index, not included in the earlier book, together with a completely new selection of photographs." "The name of Neville Duke is well-known in aviation circles, not only as a successful wartime fighter pilot, but also as a peacetime test pilot with the Hawker Aviation Company. Joining the RAF at the beginning of the war, he found himself as a young fighter pilot with the crack 93 Squadron at RAF Biggin Hill, in 1941. Towards the end of the war he became an RAF test pilot and later a member of the RAF's High Speed Flight. This was the start of a successful career as a test pilot after leaving the Service in 1948, having been awarded the AFC. Working for Hawkers, he became Chief Test Pilot and did all the major flight development on one of the most famous of all RAF peacetime aircraft - the Hawker Hunter, and with it took the world speed record in 1953. Injured in a Hunter crash two years later, he was forced to leave Hawkers but continued to fly and later set up his own test flying business, as well as becoming the personal pilot of Sir George Dowty. He is now a freelance and still a highly respected test pilot, working on the Optica, Fieldmaster and Firemaster aeroplanes." Very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has very light rubbing, very light edge wrinkling. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
TEST PILOT., Duke, Neville.  In collaboration with Alan W. Mitchell.
8 Duke, Neville. In collaboration with Alan W. Mitchell. TEST PILOT.
London Grub Street 1992 0948817631 / 9780948817632 New Edition Hard Cover Fine Very Good 
195 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H). First published in 1953, "(T)his new edition has an additional chapter covering Neville Duke's flying life from that date, and also has appendices and index, not included in the earlier book, together with a completely new selection of photographs." "The name of Neville Duke is well-known in aviation circles, not only as a successful wartime fighter pilot, but also as a peacetime test pilot with the Hawker Aviation Company. Joining the RAF at the beginning of the war, he found himself as a young fighter pilot with the crack 93 Squadron at RAF Biggin Hill, in 1941. Towards the end of the war he became an RAF test pilot and later a member of the RAF's High Speed Flight. This was the start of a successful career as a test pilot after leaving the Service in 1948, having been awarded the AFC. Working for Hawkers, he became Chief Test Pilot and did all the major flight development on one of the most famous of all RAF peacetime aircraft - the Hawker Hunter, and with it took the world speed record in 1953. Injured in a Hunter crash two years later, he was forced to leave Hawkers but continued to fly and later set up his own test flying business, as well as becoming the personal pilot of Sir George Dowty. He is now a freelance and still a highly respected test pilot, working on the Optica, Fieldmaster and Firemaster aeroplanes." Book is Fine. Dust jacket has very light wrinkling at top edge, minor rubbing. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
THE CHILDREN'S BELLS: A SELECTION OF POEMS., Farjeon, Eleanor.  Illustrated by Peggy Fortnum.
9 Farjeon, Eleanor. Illustrated by Peggy Fortnum. THE CHILDREN'S BELLS: A SELECTION OF POEMS.
Oxford University Press, London, 1957, first edition. 
277 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. B&w illustrations throughout. "Eleanor Farjeon's poetry needs no introduction. She is one of the few real poets for children. The springtime world of her verse, the entrancing jingles and gay humour, the flights of fancy, capture at once the heart and the imagination. Here are verses of places and people, of saints and heroes, play songs and songs for all seasons of the year. The dancing rhythms and rhymes, the charm and music of t he words, provide an immediate entry into the world of truth and beauty." Tiny tear and wrinkling at top of spine, small areas of paper offset from dust jacket on edges of boards. Dust jacket is price clipped, has light to moderate edge wear, light rubbing to rear panel, several tiny to small tears - two taped on inside, one very small chip. VG-/G 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
GLENN MILLER & THE AGE OF SWING.  A PHOTO-HISTORY OF THE GOLDEN AGE OF BIG BAND MUSIC., Green, Jonathon.  Produced by George Snow.
10 Green, Jonathon. Produced by George Snow. GLENN MILLER & THE AGE OF SWING. A PHOTO-HISTORY OF THE GOLDEN AGE OF BIG BAND MUSIC.
Dempsey & Squires, London, 1976. 
128 pp, small 4to (10 3/8" H), soft cover. ISBN 0860440079 Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, reproductions. "Glenn Miller may not have been the greatest trombonist of his time, but his outstanding skill as an arranger and the presentati on of his material made him the best loved and most successful. Glenn Miller's was just one of the many big bands that set America's feet tapping during the 30's and 40's. In this photo-history we follow the star-spangled careers of such l e a d e r s a s Benny Goodman, the Dorsey brothers, Woody Herman and Artie Shaw, whose big bands gave brith to the big stars: - Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Gene Krupa, Bing Crosby, Perry Como, Doris Day, Peggy Lee and many more." Interior - bo ok s li gh ty c r ac ked at a few places. Exterior - minor edge wear, slight curling at corners/front edges. Very Good 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
11 Guggenheim, Peggy. Foreword by Gore Vidal. Introduction by Alfred H. Barr, Jr. OUT OF THIS CENTURY: CONFESSIONS OF AN ART ADDICT.
Universe, New York, 1979, first edition. 
396 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0876633378 B&w and color plates. "....Peggy Guggenheim's own story of her flamboyant life and loves - a life of wild, brawling parties and stormy relationships with Laurence Vail, Max Ernst, Jackson Pollock, Samuel Beckett and other famous writers and artists. It is also the story of an important period in art history, and of Mrs. Guggenheim's undeniable influence on its course. Here is an inside look at the bourgeois and eccen tric Guggenheim family, from a mother who skimped on tips to an uncle who gave fur coats to any woman who asked. Here too is a unique perspective on pre-war Europe, when Peggy, armed with a 'shopping list' provided by Marcel Duchamp, was a b l e t o b u y valuable works at the rate of one a day. We are taken behind the scenes at Art of This Century, Peggy's renowned New York gallery, where she actively promoted the Abstract Expressionists: Pollock, Motherwell, Hans Hofmann, Rothko. Fi na l ly , t hi s honorary citizen of Venice describes her later years in that 'enchanted city', and her continuing involvement with the avant-garde in, for example, a trip to Japan with John Cage and Yoko Ono...." Very light browning on free fr o nt end pa per , mi nor w rinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket is price clipped, has very light edge wrinkling. Very Good/Very Good 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
MYTH, MAGIC, AND MYSTERY: ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF AMERICAN CHILDREN'S BOOK ILLUSTRATION., Hearn, Michael Patrick / Clark, Trinkett / Clark, H. Nichols B.
12 Hearn, Michael Patrick / Clark, Trinkett / Clark, H. Nichols B. MYTH, MAGIC, AND MYSTERY: ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF AMERICAN CHILDREN'S BOOK ILLUSTRATION.
Boulder, Colorado Roberts Rinehart Publishers in cooperation with The Chrysler Museum of Art 1996 1570980799 / 9781570980794 Soft Cover Very Good 
242 pp, 4to (11 1/2" H). Profusely illustrated in color and b&w. "A stunning achievement, 'Myth, Magic, and Mystery' brings together the work of nearly every prominent children's book illustrator of the twentieth century. Developed for a nationwide, touring exhibition beginning at The Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk, Virginia in June 1996, this book stands alone as a portable encyclopedia of the 'masters' of the genre. Included here are the works of such popular illustrators as N.C. Wyeth, Chris Van Allsburg, Maurice Sendak, Dr. Seuss, Edward Gorey, Tomi Ungerer, and others; a special feature of the book is a complete 'alphabet' created from a selection of the classic ABC books by the likes of Richard Scarry and 'Curious George' creator H.A. Rey. (This) will be a volume to be treasured alongside the classics themselves, a book to be sought after for moments of quiet contemplation or recollections of sheer joy." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very light edge wear, light rubbing on covers, tiny dent on fore-edge of text block, tiny stain on bottom of text block. 
Price: 40.00 USD
 
 
13 Johnstone, the Chevalier de. Edited with an Introduction by Brian Rawson. A MEMOIR OF THE 'FORTY-FIVE.
London Folio Society 1970 Second Edition (revised). Hard Cover Very Good- 
251 pp, 8 3/4" H. Blue cloth with maroon title block and gold lettering/decoration "reproduced, with permission, from an Edinburgh binding of the period". Gray slipcase with blue top and base, gray endpapers with map on pastedowns. B&w reproductions, maps. "(W)hen news arrived in Edinburgh that the Young Pretender (Charles Edward Stuart) had landed, (Johnstone) was one of the first to join the cause. Through relations, he gained an introduction to Lord George Murray and was appointed his aide-de-camp. Also, for a short period, he was assistant aide-de-camp to the prince himself. This composite duty he not unnaturally found increasingly wearing, and when, after Prestonpans, he was given a captain's commission, he raised his own company and with it joined the Duke of Perth's regiment. His own account tells how he fought through the whole campaign and of his wanderings following Culloden. After a number of narrow escapes, some feats of considerable endurance, and not a few interludes of amorous dallying, he finally escaped to Holland." from the Introduction. Light fading to spine color, minor rubbing on boards, previous owner's bookplate on free front endpaper. Slipcase has light edge wear/rubbing. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
DARLING JUDI: A CELEBRATION OF JUDI DENCH., Miller, John, ed.  (Benedict Nightingale, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Ian Richardson, Richard Eyre, Stanley Wells, Michael Pennington, Trevor Nunn, Bob Larbey, Bill Nighy, Dearbhla Molloy, Hugh Whitemore, Martin Jarvis, Tim Piggott-Smith, Ned Sherrin, et al
14 Miller, John, ed. (Benedict Nightingale, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Ian Richardson, Richard Eyre, Stanley Wells, Michael Pennington, Trevor Nunn, Bob Larbey, Bill Nighy, Dearbhla Molloy, Hugh Whitemore, Martin Jarvis, Tim Piggott-Smith, Ned Sherrin, et al DARLING JUDI: A CELEBRATION OF JUDI DENCH.
Weidenfeld & Nicolson, London, 2005, third printing. 
195 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0297847910 B&w and colour photographs. "Her very name encourages a warm and admiring response from the public, whether for Shakespearean performances (most recently the Countess in 'Al l's Well That Ends Well') or in the contemporary theatre (in plays by David Hare and Hugh Whitemore, among others), on TV (the series 'A Fine Romance' and 'As Time Goes By') or in the cinema ('Mrs Brown, her Oscar-winning performance in 'Shakespe a r e in Love', 'Iris', 'The Shipping News', and four James Bond films as 'M'). Now, to mark Judi Dench's seventieth birthday, John Miller, her biographer, has invited fellow actors, writers, people of the theatre, film and TV, to illustrate her g en iu s and her character from their own experiences and perspective." Dust jacket has minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds. Fine/Near Fine 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
ALEC GUINNESS:  MASTER OF DISGUISE., O'Connor, Garry.  (Alec Guinness.)
15 O'Connor, Garry. (Alec Guinness.) ALEC GUINNESS: MASTER OF DISGUISE.
Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1994, first edition. 
316 pp, large 8vo (9 7/16" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN0340485620 B&w photographs. "Sir Alec Guinness's performances in films such as 'Oliver Twist', 'Kind Hearts and Coronets', and 'The Bridge on the River Kwai', as well as in countless p lays in the Theatre and on television, have ensured his position as one of the greatest actors of the post-war era. He seems able not so much to portray the characters he plays as to become them. But the gift is deceptive. How can he really be a l l the different people he has played? How does he do it? (This book) delves into the actor's complex, enigmatic personality and into the nature of his remarkable talent. (O'Connor) probes the formative spiritual and emotional events in his l i fe - his illegitimacy, his unanchored childhood, and his conversion to Roman Catholicism. Drawing on interviews with scores of friends and colleagues, (he) traces Guinness's acting roots and, closely relating the man to the roles he has created , ren der s the drama of his development. With portraits of notable figures in Guinness's life including John Gielgud, Laurence Olivier, Ralph Richardson, David Lean, Tyrone Guthrie, George Lucas, T.S. Eliot, John le Carre and Alan Bennett, O'Conno r recr eate s a remarkably diverse, long and distinguished career. His penetrating analysis is one which celebrates, and preserves, the integrity of the actor and the man." Very light browning to edges of text block, small light soiling mark on to p of te xtblo ck, very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, minor edge wear. Dust jacket has minor rubbing and very light edge wrinkling. Very Good/Very Good 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
DARKIE AND CO.  OXFORD CHILDREN'S LIBRARY NO. 10., Spring, Howard.
16 Spring, Howard. DARKIE AND CO. OXFORD CHILDREN'S LIBRARY NO. 10.
London Oxford University Press 1975 0192770101 / 9780192770103 Reprint Hard Cover Very Good- Very Good Norman Hepple. 
288 pp, small 8vo (7 7/8" H). B&w illustrations. "Darkie - his real name was John, but everyone called him Darkie - was unhappy at home. Whatever his brother did was always right: whatever Darkie did was always wrong. The climax came when he was about eleven, and he gave his brother some rubber wings for his birthday and tried to teach him to swim. But George got into difficulties and was nearly drowned: and though Darkie rescued him with courage and resource, he was severely punished for encouraging George to enter the water in the first place. So Darkie decided to run away, and, accompanied by his dog Bingo, he set out on his adventures. By great good chance he fell in with some delightful travelling companions; and there followed an exciting and entertaining game of hide-and-seek in which Darkie and Co. sought to dodge the hue and cry raised by his disappearance from home. This fresh and original story is written with great zest and a lively sense of humour. and is crowded with a host of quaint and endearing characters. No one who has read it will easily forget people like Mr Popps the travelling showman, Pegg Boogrum the one- legged tramp, Mr Slurk the reporter, or Captain Hancock with his sailing tricycle." Slight curl to front board, a few very snall edge bumps, very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, minor foxing mark on top of text block, minor browning to top edge of boards. Dust jacket is price-clipped, has very light edge wear/wrinkling, edge remains of previous protective plastic sleeve on inside top/bottom edges. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
DARKIE AND CO.  OXFORD CHILDREN'S LIBRARY NO. 10., Spring, Howard.
17 Spring, Howard. DARKIE AND CO. OXFORD CHILDREN'S LIBRARY NO. 10.
London Oxford University Press 1964 Hard Cover Very Good - Good+ Norman Hepple. 
288 pp, small 8vo (7 7/8" H). B&w illustrations. "Darkie - his real name was John, but everyone called him Darkie - was unhappy at home. Whatever his brother did was always right: whatever Darkie did was always wrong. The climax came when he was about eleven, and he gave his brother some rubber wings for his birthday and tried to teach him to swim. But George got into difficulties and was nearly drowned: and though Darkie rescued him with courage and resource, he was severely punished for encouraging George to enter the water in the first place. So Darkie decided to run away, and, accompanied by his dog Bingo, he set out on his adventures. By great good chance he fell in with some delightful travelling companions; and there followed an exciting and entertaining game of hide-and-seek in which Darkie and Co. sought to dodge the hue and cry raised by his disappearance from home. This fresh and original story is written with great zest and a lively sense of humour. and is crowded with a host of quaint and endearing characters. No one who has read it will easily forget people like Mr Popps the travelling showman, Pegg Boogrum the one- legged tramp, Mr Slurk the reporter, or Captain Hancock with his sailing tricycle." Award bookplate tipped in on free front end paper, slight browning and scuffs to edges of text block and boards, slight or tiny bump at all corners, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has light wear/wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, a few tiny chips and small edge tears, several soft creases, light crease and soft wrinkling down spine, a few tiny scuffs. 
Price: 12.00 USD
 
 
CIRCUS TOYS., Tearle, Peggy.
18 Tearle, Peggy. CIRCUS TOYS.
Leicester Dryad. 1952 Soft Cover Good 
60 pp + large folded sheet of patterns laid in, 8 7/16" H. B&w photographs, drawings. "A hand-made toy has a particular appeal; if it is not perfect, it will probably have personality - and expert workmanship will make it outstanding, provided always that the design is good. Very few tools are required for toymaking, and the technique is not difficult to pick up. Moreover, the work gets increasingly interesting as experience is gained. The circus theme gives plenty of scope for imagination; trappings and trimmings can be varied endlessly, and the patterns adapted to make new costumes. With slight alterations to the facial expressions, entirely new characters can be introduced. These figures and animals are good as a group, and have therefore been made to scale. As the animals range from five to sixteen inches in height, full directions for enlarging or reducing the patterns have been included." Introduction. Contents: Materials; Ringmaster; Toby Dog; Clown; Seal; Polar Bear; Cossack; Brown Bear; Shetland Pony; Chimpanzee; Horse; Ballerina; Cowboy. Interior - moderate bump to bottom corner of text block, small bump at top corner, large diagonal crease on page 15/16, pocket at rear is torn in several place s but has been archivally taped, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - moderate bump at bottom corner, small light bump at top corner, heavy crease down center of rear cover, very light edge wear, small scuff and small light soiling mark on rear cover. Patterns in pocket are complete but have fold creases and there are a few small tears at fold joints. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 


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