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CONTEMPORARY CANADIAN ARCHITECTURE:  THE MAINSTREAM AND BEYOND., Bernstein, William and Cawker, Ruth.
1 Bernstein, William and Cawker, Ruth. CONTEMPORARY CANADIAN ARCHITECTURE: THE MAINSTREAM AND BEYOND.
Fitzhenry & Whiteside, Toronto, 1982. 
190 pp, 4to (11" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0889025886 Profusely illustrated in b&w with photographs, drawings, plans. "The post-Expo era of Canadian architecture has produced works of international importance which have been recognized in European, Japanese and American periodicals. With almost 200 illustrations and a text written for the enquiring general reader, the authors have selected and presented what they judge to be the most significant projects from this rich a n d c o n t i nuing period....Through an examination of the National Gallery competition of 1976-77, the authors identify the mainstream concerns of Canadian architecture. Then, concentrating on major cities from coast to coast, they look at pro je ct s e mb od yi ng a lternative movements that are suggestive of possible future directions, projects such as: Corridart in Montreal; Robson Square in Vancouver; the Pavilion '70 ski chalet in St. Sauveur, Quebec; Toronto's Eaton Centre; Winnipe g's St . Bo nif ace Ca the dra l; the Plus 15 system in Calgary; Edmonton's Citadel Theatre; and Halifax's waterfront restoration." Very tiny bump at bottom corner both boards, minor browning to edges of textblock. Dust jacket has one tiny close d te ar w it h s oft wrin kle, ver y li ght browning on spine and top edge. Very Good/Very Good 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
2 Blanck, Jacob, compiler. BIBLIOGRAPHY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE. VOLUME FOUR (4): NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE TO JOSEPH HOLT INGRAHAM.
New Haven Yale University Press 1977 Fourth Printing Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good 
(xxiv), 495 pp, 10 1/4" H. Black cloth with red title block/gilt lettering and crest on spine. B&w illustrations. Plain brown paper dust jacket with two cut-outs revealing title and volume number. Contents: Authors in Volume Four; Illustrations; Acknowledgements; General References; Principal Periodicals Consulted; Location Symbols; Bibliography of American Literature; Initials, Pseudonyms, and Anonyms. Minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, slight tiny bump at top corner of boards. Dust jacket has very light edge wear/wrinkling, tiny edge tear on title cut-out archivally taped. 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
3 Blanck, Jacob, compiler. BIBLIOGRAPHY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE. VOLUME ONE (1): HENRY ADAMS TO DONN BYRNE.
New Haven Yale University Press 1977 Fifth Printing Hard Cover Very Good Very Good+ 
(liv), 474 pp, 10 1/4" H. Black cloth with red title block/gilt lettering and crest on spine. B&w illustrations. Plain brown paper dust jacket with two cut-outs revealing title and volume number. Contents: Genesis and Scope of the Bibliography; Plan of the Bibliography; Form of Entry; Binding; Publication Notes; Comment on Locations; Definitions of Terms; A Personal Note; Acknowledge-ments; General References; Principal Periodicals Consulted; Location Symbols; Bibliography of American Literature; Initials, Pseudonyms, and Anonyms. One slight sorner bump, very light wrinkling at bottom of spine, very light rubbing to spine title block. Dust jacket has very light wrinkling at top of rear flap-fold. 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
4 Blanck, Jacob, compiler. BIBLIOGRAPHY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE. VOLUME THREE (3): EDWARD EGGLESTON TO BRET HARTE.
New Haven Yale University Press 1977 0300003129 / 9780300003123 Fourth Printing Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
(xxiv), 482 pp, 10 1/4" H. Black cloth with red title block/gilt lettering and crest on spine. B&w illustrations. Plain brown paper dust jacket with two cut-outs revealing title and volume number. Contents: Authors in Volume Three; Illustrations; Acknowledgements; General References; Principal Periodicals Consulted; Location Symbols; Bibliography of American Literature; Initials, Pseudonyms, and Anonyms. Very light wrinkling at top of spine, light bump at bottom of spine, three very small corner bumps, small tear and tiny chip at bottom edge of first three page leaves - archivally taped. Dust jacket has light edge wear/wrinkling, a few small & tiny tears archivally taped, a few tiny chips. 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
THE NEGRO IN AMERICAN LITERATURE AND A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LITERATURE BY AND ABOUT NEGRO AMERICANS., Chapman, Abraham.
5 Chapman, Abraham. THE NEGRO IN AMERICAN LITERATURE AND A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LITERATURE BY AND ABOUT NEGRO AMERICANS.
Wisconsin Council of Teachers of English, Wisconsin State University, Oshkosh, 1966. 
135 pp, 9" H, soft cover (stapled in wraps). Contents: The Negro in American Literature; A Bibliography of Literature By and About Negro Americans - Bibliographies; Periodicals and Journals; Anthologies; Fiction; Poetry; Drama; Criticism, Literary and Cultural History, Scholarship; Essays and Miscellaneous Prose; Autobiographies; Biographies; Music, Spirituals, Blues, and Jazz; Folklore; Art; Education; Background and Reference Works; History; Sociology, Anthropology, Psychology, and Politica l Economy; Civil Rights, Politics, and Nationalism; Press and Journalism; Religion. Interior - previous owners name, faint erased pencil marks, soft corner crease and tiny edge tear on first page; light browning to inside of covers, other w i s e c l e a n and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - moderate wear on spine, browning to edges of covers and to spine, corner crease on front cover, very light rubbing, small sticker removal marks on front cover. G+ 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
6 Cordeaux, E.H. and Merry, D.H. A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PRINTED WORKS RELATED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD.
Oxford Oxford University Press 1968 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good 
809 pp, 8 3/4" H. "This is an enumerative bibliography classified under some 500 headings. It embraces all aspects of University and College life and institutions and comprises more than 10,000 entries. The compilers are both members of the staff of the Bodleian and they have systematically explored its vast resources as well as taking account of other likely repositories of Oxford material. In addition to books, the Bibliography includes articles from a large number of periodicals and records a mass of eighteenth and nineteenth century ephemeral literature which reflects University policy and politics, and which is probably unknown and unavailable outside the Bodleian." Minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine ans flap-folds, minor soiling, minor edge wear, very small dent on front hinge. 
Price: 45.00 USD
 
 
BRITISH COLUMBIA IN BOOKS:  AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY., Cuddy, Mary Lou and Scott, James J.
7 Cuddy, Mary Lou and Scott, James J. BRITISH COLUMBIA IN BOOKS: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY.
J.J. Douglas, Vancouver, 1974, Ist edition. 
144 pp, 4to (11" H), soft cover. B&w illus. "An immense body of writing exists about the province of British Columbia, but it is scattered and often difficult if not impossible to locate. To codify it all into a single, useful bibliography, (the authors) began this 'labour of love'...Here is their finished compilation; but far from being a cold, factual listing of titles, it is an informal, pleasantly readable, annotated bibliography of books and pamphlets currently in print. The close to 1,000 entries are arranged alphabetically by author and supplemented with a title and selected subject index..." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear, two small minor corner creases, small soft crease on rear cover, light wear at top/bottom of spine, light crease on spine. VG 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
THE CANADIAN ARMY 1855-1965.  LINEAGES - REGIMENTAL HISTORIES., Dornbusch, C.E., compiler.
8 Dornbusch, C.E., compiler. THE CANADIAN ARMY 1855-1965. LINEAGES - REGIMENTAL HISTORIES.
Hope Farm Press, Cornwallville, New York, 1966, first edition. 
179 pp, 10 3/4" H, soft cover. "(O)utlines the histories of the Canadian Regiments in the dates of organization, change of designation, amalgamation, disbanding and conversion. - The Regiments of The Royal Canadian Infantry Corps, Cavalry and The Royal Canadian Armoured Corps are included in the Guide. Regiments of the Royal Regiments of Canadian Artillery are included in the Guide only when they were organized as Infantry Regiments and later converted to artillery. The arrangement of the Guide is alphabetical by the designation of the Regiment. - The Guide for a Regiment is followed by a listing of its regimental histories, a term that has been used in its widest sense. The bibliography includes not only publications about a Regime nt but also the Regiment's publications. The compiler has thus included manuals and periodicals. Three bibliographical sections and indexes close this publication. 'Formations' is a bibliography of the Canadian First division and publicatio n s c o n cerned with a Command area and more than one Regiment. 'World War I' and 'World War II' are bibliographies of the units organized for these wars." Interior - soft bump at top/bottom corner of text block - small crease at top corner of a pp ro x . fi rs t 20 pages, soft crease at fore-edge of pages 9 to 12. Exterior - light browning to edges of text block, edges of covers and on spine; soft corner creases on covers; soft crease down front cover near spine - migrates into first few pag es; t in y l igh t stains on bottom of text block; small light soiling mark at top edge of front cover. Good+ 
Price: 65.00 USD
 
 
THE NEW ZEALAND ARMY:  A BIBLIOGRAPHY., Dornbusch, C.E., compiler.
9 Dornbusch, C.E., compiler. THE NEW ZEALAND ARMY: A BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Hope Farm Press, Corwallville, N.Y., 1961, from an edition of 300 copies. 
116 pp, 9" H, soft cover. Contents: The New Zealand Army - Reference works, General works; Conscription; Defence of New Zealand; Manuals for training; Medals; Military cemeteries and memorials; Periodicals; Regimental histories; Veterans; The Maor i wars - Participation of the British army; South African war - The Contingents; World War I; World War II; Korean Conflict; Reference works; Index. Interior - soft bump/curl to top corner of textblock, slight curl to bottom corner of las t f e w p a g e s. Exterior - a few small light stains, light browning, light rubbing, hand-written title in black ink on spine, soft corner creases, a few tiny indentations on covers. Good reference copy only. 
Price: 37.50 USD
 
 
THOREAU MacDONALD: A CATALOGUE OF DESIGN AND ILLUSTRATION., Edison, Margaret E.  Letter by Barker Fairley.  Autobiographical note by Thoreau MacDonald.
10 Edison, Margaret E. Letter by Barker Fairley. Autobiographical note by Thoreau MacDonald. THOREAU MacDONALD: A CATALOGUE OF DESIGN AND ILLUSTRATION.
Toronto University of Toronto Press 1973 0802019595 / 9780802019592 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good - Very Good- Thoreau MacDonald. 
190 pp, small 4to (10 3/4" H). Ex-library copy. Profusely illustrated in b&w. "(A) record of the works of Thoreau MacDonald as a designer and illustrator. The basis of the catalogue is a collection built up by Margaret E. Edison since the early thirites, when TM began to be a leader in Canadian book designing: it is the first bibliographic catalogue of the work of a Canadian artist. Thoreau MacDonald, born near Toronto in 1901, is the only son of J.E.H. MacDonald, a member of the Group of Seven. His childhood was spent in the woods and fields near High Park and his chapter of recollections, written especially for this book, tells of his delight in nature. For the past sixty years, he has lived in Thornhill, and his love and respect for the rural way of life is referred to by Barker Fairley in an introductory letter, also written for this book. An evaluation of his work by E.R. Hunter, art critic and author of a book on Thoreau MacDonald, is contained in the text." Ex-library copy with the a few stamps and labels - mainly at front and rear, several very small old tape residue marks on endpapers, slight browning to edges of text block - soiling on top near spine, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, sticker mark/residue at bottom of spine, small tear at top of front hinge - archivally taped, old cover/tape residue marks at top of inside spine - now protected by removeable mylar sleeve. 
Price: 40.00 USD
 
 
CATALOGUE OF CANADIAN NEWSPAPERS IN THE DOUGLAS LIBRARY, QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY.  DOUGLAS LIBRARY OCCASSIONAL PAPERS, NUMBER 1., Ellison, Lorraine C.; Greig, Peter E. and Morley, William E.F., compilers.
11 Ellison, Lorraine C.; Greig, Peter E. and Morley, William E.F., compilers. CATALOGUE OF CANADIAN NEWSPAPERS IN THE DOUGLAS LIBRARY, QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY. DOUGLAS LIBRARY OCCASSIONAL PAPERS, NUMBER 1.
Kingston Douglas Library, Queen's University 1969 Soft Cover Very Good 
xxi, 196 pp, 10 3/4" H. Yellow card covers (stapled) with maroon binding tape spine, black lettering on front cover. Contents: Preface Introduction; Geographical Index; Catalogue; Appendix (Some Newspapers not published in Canada, but of Canadian interest). Interior - tiny to small crease at top corne of pages 127 to end of book, light paperclip rust staind and impression on top inside of front cover and first to page leaves, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - soft crease at top and bottom of front cover, small corner crease on rear cover, three tiny faint foxing marks on fore-edge of text block, light toning to top of text block, very light wear at top/bottom of spine. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
12 Ferguson, Eugene S. BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE HISTORY OF TECHNOLOGY.
Cambridge, Massachusetts Society for the History of Technology / M.I.T. Press 1968 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good 
347 pp, 9 1/4" H. "A personal, readable, and thorough book, (it) presents annotated entries giving both the strong points and short-comings of the works listed. Mr. Ferguson's extensive work can well be expected to emerge as the major source book on its subject for many years to come." Section headings: General Works; General Bibliographies and Library Lists; Directories of Technical, Academic, and Business Organizations; Early Source Books and Manuscripts; Encyclopaedias, Compendia, and Dictionaries of Technology; Biography; Government Publications and Records; Manuscripts; Illustrations; Travel and Description; Periodical and Serial Publications; Technical Societies, Education, and Exhibitions; Technology and Culture; Subject Fields (Monographs, Articles, and Bibliographies); Index. Minor wrinkling at bottom of spine. Dust jacket has very light edge wear/wrinkling, small tear at top of front hinge archivally taped, a few very tiny scuffs, minor rubbing. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
THE CAMBRIDGE CULTURAL HISTORY OF BRITAIN.  VOLUME 5. EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY BRITAIN.  (FIRST PUBLISHED AS THE CAMBRIDGE GUIDE TO THE ARTS IN BRITAIN: THE AUGUSTAN AGE.), Ford, Boris, ed.  Arthur Humphreys, Geoffrey Beard, Raymond O'Malley, David Mannings, Cinzia Maria Sicca, Pat Rogers, T.J. Edelstein, Sally Jeffery, Michael Symes, Nicholas Anderson, Bryan Little.
13 Ford, Boris, ed. Arthur Humphreys, Geoffrey Beard, Raymond O'Malley, David Mannings, Cinzia Maria Sicca, Pat Rogers, T.J. Edelstein, Sally Jeffery, Michael Symes, Nicholas Anderson, Bryan Little. THE CAMBRIDGE CULTURAL HISTORY OF BRITAIN. VOLUME 5. EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY BRITAIN. (FIRST PUBLISHED AS THE CAMBRIDGE GUIDE TO THE ARTS IN BRITAIN: THE AUGUSTAN AGE.)
Cambridge Cambridge University Press for The Folio Society 1995 Hard Cover Fine No Jacket - (as issued) 
349 pp, 10" H. Bound in full dark blue cloth with title and shield in gold on spine. B&w illustrations and colour plates. Contents: General Introduction; The Arts in Eighteenth-Century Britain; The Decorative and Useful Arts; Flowers in the Valley: Folk-Songs in Britain; The Visual Arts; Holkham Hall, Norfolk; Literature; Vauxhall Gardens; Architecture; 'The English Taste in Gardening'; Music; Augustan Bath; Further Reading and Reference; Index. Book is Fine. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
THE CAMBRIDGE CULTURAL HISTORY OF BRITAIN.  VOLUME 7. VICTORIAN BRITAIN.  (FIRST PUBLISHED AS THE CAMBRIDGE GUIDE TO THE ARTS IN BRITAIN: THE LATER VICTORIAN AGE.), Ford, Boris, ed.  Asa Briggs, John Summerson, Jacques Carre, John Holloway, George Rowell, John Nelson Tarn, Peter Fuller, Andor Gomme, Gillian Naylor, William Price, Michael Kennedy, Roly Bain, Norman Vance.
14 Ford, Boris, ed. Asa Briggs, John Summerson, Jacques Carre, John Holloway, George Rowell, John Nelson Tarn, Peter Fuller, Andor Gomme, Gillian Naylor, William Price, Michael Kennedy, Roly Bain, Norman Vance. THE CAMBRIDGE CULTURAL HISTORY OF BRITAIN. VOLUME 7. VICTORIAN BRITAIN. (FIRST PUBLISHED AS THE CAMBRIDGE GUIDE TO THE ARTS IN BRITAIN: THE LATER VICTORIAN AGE.)
Cambridge Cambridge University Press for The Folio Society 1995 Hard Cover Fine No Jacket - (as issued) 
347 pp, 10" H. Bound in full dark blue cloth with title and shield in gold on spine. B&w illustrations and colour plates. Contents: General Introduction; The Later Victorian Age (The reign in review / Tendencies and trends); Architecture; The Public Park; Literature; The Drama of Wilde and Pinero; New Homes for Barons and Artisans; Fine Arts; The City of Glasgow; Design, Craft and Industry; The Eisteddfod; Music; Clowns and Augustes; Further Reading and Artists' Biographies; Index. Book is Fine. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF CANADIAN FOLKLORE IN ENGLISH., Fowke, Edith and Carpenter, Carole Henderson, compilers.
15 Fowke, Edith and Carpenter, Carole Henderson, compilers. A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF CANADIAN FOLKLORE IN ENGLISH.
Toronto University of Toronto Press 1981 0802023940 / 9780802023940 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ 
272 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H), medium brown cloth with dark brown lettering on spine, dark brown lettering/illustration on front board. Black endpapers. Contents: Introduction; Reference Materials: Bibliographies and checklists; Periodicals; General: Historical, Descriptive, Overviews / Works containing more than one genre; Folktales (General / Anglophone and Celtic / Francophone / Indian and Inuit / Other Cultural Groups); Folk Music and Dance (as above); Folk Speech and Naming; Minor Genres: Proverbs, riddles, games, practical jokes, children's lore; Superstitions and Popular Beliefs: Including folk medicine, folk religion, and the supernatural (as above); Folklife and Customs (as above); Folk Art and Material Culture (as above); Biographies and Appreciations (Collectors and Scholars / Folk Artists and Informants); Records (Field Recordings / Other Recordings); Films; Theses and Dissertations; Index of Authors and Editors. Faint erased pencil mark at top of first page, minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
WILLIAM HEATH ROBINSON., Hamilton, James.
16 Hamilton, James. WILLIAM HEATH ROBINSON.
London Pavilion 1992 1851457194 / 9781851457199 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Near Fine William Heath Robinson. 
151 pp, 12 1/8" H. B&w and colour reproductions, photographs. "In this first fully illustrated monograph of William Heath Robinson's life and work, James Hamilton makes a refreshingly new exploration of the personality of this convivial family man and deeply serious artist. Through fascinating new insights, he traces the influences on his art, the development of his uniquely individual humorous style, and the unexpected path that his career followed: the switch from landscapes to book illustration, and early success as illustrator of Poe, Cervantes and Hans Andersen; the creation of his engaging character Uncle Lubin, his cartoons for magazines, and the First World War anti-German satires which earned him an enthusiastic following. Only after he had submitted his illustrations for a 'Complete Works of Shakespeare' in 1922, promptly cancelled, did Heath Robinson turn away from literary illustration. Then came the immensely popular books on golf and railways and motoring, murals and decorations for a liner, gadgets for the Ideal Home Exhibition of 1934, and a wealth of inspired magazine and commercial work. Hamilton rounds off his account of Heath Robinson's life and career with detailed appendices, including a chronology of his life, an important discussion of his sources, comprehensive bibliographies, and lists of his exhibitions, advertising work and ephemera. Published here for the first time are examples of the recently discovered Shakespeare illustrations." Dust jacket has very minor edge wrinkling. 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
ARTHUR RACKHAM:  HIS LIFE AND WORK., Hudson, Derek.
17 Hudson, Derek. ARTHUR RACKHAM: HIS LIFE AND WORK.
London Heinemann 1974 Reissue Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good Arthur Rackham. 
181 pp, 4to (11 1/4" H). Pictorial endpapers, beautifully illustrated throughout with b&w drawings and color and black & white tipped-in plates (collated). "(T)he illustrations of Arthur Rackham continue to cast their spell on adults and children alike. They possess qualities which make a work live: faultless draughtsmanship allied to an imagination which may be delicate or grotesque, but is always original and illuminating. Derek Hudson introduces us to the man behind the work and comments on his techniques and achievements, often illustrating his point with reproductions of Rackham's own drawings or plates. Throughout the book he mentions all of Rackham's most important work which has appeared in print and here is also a very full check list. The book is therefore invaluable to those who collect Rackham's originals and first editions." Appendices - Bibliography; Drawings and Paintings in Collections; The Printed Work of Arthur Rackham (including books, periodicals, ephemera). Slight wrinkling at bottom of spine, very light browning and minor soiling to edges of textblock. Dust jacket has been price clipped, has minor rubbing, very light edge wear/wrinkling, small crease at top of rear flap. 
Price: 50.00 USD
 
 
THE UNITED STATES CAPITOL:  AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY., Kerwood, John R.  With the assistance of Patricia E. Cline, Mary F. Organ and Eileen M. Bartscher.  Foreword by Henry Steele Commager.
18 Kerwood, John R. With the assistance of Patricia E. Cline, Mary F. Organ and Eileen M. Bartscher. Foreword by Henry Steele Commager. THE UNITED STATES CAPITOL: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Norman University of Oklahoma Press 1973 0806110309 / 9780806110301 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- 
448 pp, 9 1/2" H. "From the time of its conception in 1790 (the Capitol) has undergone extensive alterations, additions, and refurbishing. When the United States Capitol Historical Society began to explore the possibility of issuing a history of the Capitol, it discovered an overwhelming number of books, periodicals, newspaper articles, and public documents dealing with the Capitol. The society concluded that what was needed was an annotated bibliographical guide to works concerned with the building. This book is the result. The 2,290 entries here arranged alphabetically by author or title, have been annotated with a guide to contents, pertinent pagination, headings, and chapters. A detailed index has been included for the convenience of the user. For the historian, architect, or layman who wants information about the Capitol and its development, this volume will serve as an indispensable reference guide." Two tiny corner bumps, very slight fading to color at top corner of front board. Dust jacket has original price crossed out with a different price, has light edge wear/wrinkling - mainly at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, one very small tear archivally taped, one very small chip, a few tiny scuffs on spine, minor rubbing. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
NATIONAL SERVICE LIBRARY.  5 VOLUME SET.  ONE: UNIVERSAL MILITARY TRAINING.  TWO: MILITARY STRENGTH AND RESOURCES OF THE UNITED STATES.  THREE: PRINCIPLES OF MILITARY TRAINING.  FOUR: RUDIMENTS OF DRILL MOBILE ARMY TROOPS.  FIVE: WARFARE OF THE FUTURE., Kilbourne, Charles E., Major, Editor-in-chief.  Major General Leonard Wood, Lieut. Col. Dwight E. Aultman, Major Frank R. McCoy, Captain William T. Carpenter, Lieut. Col. Henry Jervey.
19 Kilbourne, Charles E., Major, Editor-in-chief. Major General Leonard Wood, Lieut. Col. Dwight E. Aultman, Major Frank R. McCoy, Captain William T. Carpenter, Lieut. Col. Henry Jervey. NATIONAL SERVICE LIBRARY. 5 VOLUME SET. ONE: UNIVERSAL MILITARY TRAINING. TWO: MILITARY STRENGTH AND RESOURCES OF THE UNITED STATES. THREE: PRINCIPLES OF MILITARY TRAINING. FOUR: RUDIMENTS OF DRILL MOBILE ARMY TROOPS. FIVE: WARFARE OF THE FUTURE.
P.F. Collier & Son 1917 Hard Cover Good- 
382 pp, 384 pp, 381 pp, 512 pp, 384 pp, 6 3/4" H. Bound in khaki cloth with maroon leather title labels on spine, gold lettering. Each volume has color pictorial endpapers and a color frontispiece - volumes 4 & 5 contain b&w drawings. Volume One Contents: Preparedness; A Glance at Our Military History; Arbitration and Avoidance of War - Some Effects of War; Time Necessary to Train Men; Duties of Parents; Boy Scouts; Volunteers and Militia; Universal Military Service; Changes in Organization Resulting From the Present War; Special Training and Additional Training; General Staff Corps; The System of Military Education in the United States; Standardization and Coordination of Instruction and Training; The Plattsburg Idea - United States Military Training Camp; Service Schools and Educational Institutions Giving Military Training in The United States Army; American Armies; Asiatic Armies; European Armies; Appendixes. Volume Two Contents: Introduction; Geographical Situation; Resources of the United States; The Regular Army; Reserves; The National Guard; The Militia System; A Proper Organization; Organization of Resources; Mobilization; Bibliography; Appendixes. Volume Three Contents: Introduction; Rules Governing Discipline; Care of Health in Garrison and Field; The Rifle; March Discipline; Clothing; Guard Duty; Patrolling; Camp Expedients; The Newly Commissioned Officer; Routine Duties of Officers; The Development of a Military Policy; Suggestions for Tactical Training; Special Training; A System of Intensive Training; Appendixes. Volume Four Contents: General Definitions; Duties, Responsibilities, and Training of Officers and Noncommissioned Officers; School of the Soldier; Infantry; Cavalry; Field Artillery; Engineer Troops and Military Field Engineering; Signal Corps and Signaling; List of Books and Periodicals; Appendix. Volume Five Contents: Introduction; Preparations for War; Organization for War; Invasion from Oversea; Invasion by the Frontier; Information in Time of War; Security; Offensive in Maneuver Campaign; The Offensive in Trench Warfare; The Defensive; Marches and Convoys; Shelter in War; Administration in War; The Service of the Theater of Operations; Zone of the Line of Communcations; Orders; Appendixes. All volumes have slight variations in the color of the cloth on boards, heavy browning to edges of text block and to spine, several small light stains and light soiling, small soft bumps to most corners - vol. III has large bump to rear bottom corner, light wear to corners, some cracking of spines - pages holding firmly, some tiny and small pieces missing from spine labels; vol. I has two page leaves with large corner crease, vol. IV has small crease at top corner of pages 413 to 428, 
Price: 75.00 USD
 
 
ON THE HOMEFRONT:  A SCRAPBOOK OF CANADIAN WORLD WAR II MEMORABILIA., Lennon, Mary Jane.  In collaboration with Syd Charendoff.
20 Lennon, Mary Jane. In collaboration with Syd Charendoff. ON THE HOMEFRONT: A SCRAPBOOK OF CANADIAN WORLD WAR II MEMORABILIA.
Erin, Ontario Boston Mills Press 1981 0919822436 / 9780919822436 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- 
128 pp, 11 3/8" H. "(A) unique and comprehensive look at what Canadians were reading, wearing, buying and doing during the years 1939 to 1945. It contains over 450 illustrations of war time memorabilia, many of which are in colour and all of which merit a second or third look. There are excerpts from newspapers and periodicals; examples of wartime regulations, cartoons and advertising. There is a wartime crossword puzzle and some wonderful nostalgic song sheet covers. There are numerous samples of wartime mail (including postcards, Christmas cards, patriotic envelopes, V-mail and censorship markings), ration tickets, savings stamp books, recruiting posters, matchbook covers and blotters. For the kids, there are wartime toys and games, bubblegum cards and the Canadians whites." Book has slight cocking, tiny scuff on rear board, minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has light edge wear, wrinkling at top edge, light fading to color on front panel and on spine, light rubbing on rear panel, small ghost sticker mark on front panel. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
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