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New York Alex Taylor Co. Stapled in Wraps Very Good 
64 pp, 9" H. Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, drawings. Gift suggestions from Alex Taylor & Co. - The House That Sport Built - Taylor Building, 22 E. 42nd St., N.Y.C. Covers everything from bridge, golf, basketball, tennis, poker, health exercising, roller skating and shooting to pens, novelty lamps, smoking accessories, desk sets, home movie equipment, book ends, beverage sets and more. No date, but a set of Walter Hagen "De Luxe" Irons (9 club, steel shafted, matched and registered set) is priced at $84.50 and the Taylor "Babe Ruth" Junior Louisville Slugger is listed at $1.00. Interior - one or two small areas of ink smudging on first page, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very light edge wear - mainly on spine, one very small scuff on front cover, one tiny corner crease. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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
3 Betts, Kay. Illustrated by Ruth McCrea. THE GARDENER'S ALMANACK.
Peter Pauper Press, Mount Vernon, New York, 1958. 
62 pp (including colophon), 12mo (7 3/8" H), hard cover in dust jacket. Red and green illustrations. A collection of hints for the American gardener, arranged by month. Very light edge wear, very light browning and tiny speck on top of textblock. Dust jacket is price clipped, has light edge wear, light browning, minor soiling. Very Good/Very Good 
Price: 15.00 USD
4 Boucher, Anthony/McComas, J. Francis, eds. (Robert Abernathy, Gordon R. Dickson, Michael Shaara, Leslie Charteris, Andre Norton, Levi Crow, Ruth Laura Wainwright, Robert A. Heinlein, T.S. Watt.) Cover art by Kirberger. THE MAGAZINE OF FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION. VOLUME 6, NO. 6. JUNE 1954.
Fantasy House, Concord, N.H., 1954. 
127 pp, soft cover (digest size). Contents: Heirs Apparent by Robert Abernathy; Miss Prinks by Gordon R. Dickson; Time Payment by Michael Shaara; Fish Story by Leslie Charteris; Mousetrap by Andre Norton; Warrior in Darkness by Levi Crow; Recommended Reading by the editors; Mint, in d/j by Ruth Laura Wainwright; Star Lummox (second of three parts) by Robert A. Heinlein; Visitors from Venus by T.S. Watt; Index to Volume 6. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear, very light rubbing, spine flat and uncreased. VG+ 
Price: 12.50 USD
Toronto Dundurn 1994 1550022083 / 9781550022087 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
288 pp, oblong (8 3/4" H x 11 1/4" D). B&w photographs, reproductions. "One hundred and twenty-five years ago eight men met on December 1, 1868, to form the Toronto Astronomical Club. Among them were a tailor, a teacher and a cabinet-maker. How surprised these ordinary citizens would be to see that their little group has grown into an organization of over 3000 members in all parts of the country, in the United States and overseas. Twenty-two cities from St John's to Victoria have local chapters or 'Centres' of the RASC. Novices and naturalists, amateurs and professional scientists all play important roles in this remarkable success story. General readers will be surprised to find out what amateurs can learn from the sky, at meetings and through the Society's publications. Leaders of other volunteer organizations, educators looking for ways to promote greater appreciation of science, and local historians interested in the role of the Society in the life of their communities will find helpful ideas in this book. And members themselves will be better equipped to make decisions for the future through an appreciation of the development of the Society, its individual Centres and the men and women who have led them." Light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, two small shallow dents at top edge of rear board. Dust jacket has light wrinkling at top rear edge and at bottom of spine, minor rubbing, 2" faint scratch on rear panel. 
Price: 35.00 USD
New York Oxford University Press 1983 0195033566 / 9780195033564 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good+ 
177 pp, 9 1/2" H. B&w photographs, reproductions. "(R)econstructs America's first era of manned flight and brings back to life the famous and less-known aviators who became the nation's heroes: Charles Lindberg, whose achievement was the great event of the 1920s - Amelia Earhart, one of the many women 'aces' (the aviation industry encouraged women because, as pilot Louise Thaden put it, 'If a woman can handle a plane, the public thinks it must be 'duck soup' for men.') - Calbraith P. Rogers, who made the first transcontinental flight, surviving a dozen crashes, a broken arm and collarbone, and a score of wounds caused by the metal fragments of an exploded engine - and many others. The book provides a vivid picture of America in the first half of the century - its aspirations and concerns - as expressed in the exuberant and often utopian response to a major new technology." Dust jacket has very minor edge browning. 
Price: 15.00 USD
Nashville, Tenn. Cokesbury Press 1926 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Good- 
300 pp, 6 11/16" H. "(A) textbook which presents in rational form the essential features of the Bible from the beginning of Genesis to the Captivity of the Children of Israel. The facts are presented in logical order and not only show the progressive revelation of God in a way that commands interest and respect, but adapts this revelation to modern life." Contents: The Creation; The Cause of the Deluge; The Deluge; Abraham; Isaac; Jacob; Joseph; Moses (I & II); Joshua; Construction of the Hebrew Nation; Ruth; Deborah; Gideon; The First Jewish Usurper - Abimelech; Jephthath; Samson; Eli; Samuel; Saul (I & II); David (I, II & III); Solomon; The Division of the Kingdom; Kings of Israel and Judah (I, II & III); Elijah; Kings of Israel and Judah (IV); Elisha; Kings of Israel and Judah (V & VI); Later Prophets of Israel and Judah (I & II); Kings of Israel and Judah (VII); Kings of Judah (I, II & III); Jeremiah (I, II & III); Ezekiel (I & II); Daniel; The Captivity; The Development of the Hebrew Nation; A Review Test (I, II & III); Geographical Review. Light lean to spine, very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, light browning and dust soiling to some edges of text block, tiny scuff at bottom edge of front board, very light edge wear. Dust jacket has several small chips and tears - mainly along top edge, light browning to spine and flap-folds, very light soiling, now protected in a mylar sleeve. 
Price: 20.00 USD
FROM MY PEOPLE:  400 YEARS OF AFRICAN AMERICAN FOLKLORE., Dance, Daryl Cumber, editor.  (W.C. Handy, Bessie Smith, Sybil Kein, Zoral Neale, Hurston, Langston Hughes, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Ralph Ellison, Frederick Douglass, Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, John Jasper, Ruth Polk Patterson, Alan Lomax, et al.)
8 Dance, Daryl Cumber, editor. (W.C. Handy, Bessie Smith, Sybil Kein, Zoral Neale, Hurston, Langston Hughes, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Ralph Ellison, Frederick Douglass, Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, John Jasper, Ruth Polk Patterson, Alan Lomax, et al.) FROM MY PEOPLE: 400 YEARS OF AFRICAN AMERICAN FOLKLORE.
New York W.W. Norton 2002 0393047989 / 9780393047981 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
736 pp, 9 1/2" H. B&w and color illustrations. Promotion bookmark laid in. "Folklore displays the heart and soul of a people. African American folklore no only hands down traditions and wisdom through the generations, it tells the history of a people who were banned from reading and writing during slavery. (This anthology) collects a wealth of tales that have survived and been adapted throughout the years, many featuring characters (like Brer' Rabbit) and motifs from Africa. (It) leaves out no genre of folklore, including everything from proverbs and recipes to folk songs and rumors." Chapter headings: Folktales; Folk Music (Spirituals and Other Freedom Songs / Blues / Ballads and Other Folk Songs / Zydeco and Ballads from Louisian Creoles of Color / Rap); The Style of Soul; Folk Arts and Crafts (Carvings and Sculptures / Pottery / Dolls and Other Toys / Musical Instruments / Everyday Objects / Graffiti); Sermons and Other Speeches; Family Folklore and Personal Memorates; Soul Food; Proverbs and Other Memorable Sayings; Folk Rhymes, Work Songs, and Shouts; Riddles and Other Verbal Tests and Contests; Superstitions and Other Folk Beliefs; The Rumor Mill; Techlore. One page with a very small corner crease, small tear in paper at top of front hinge - repaired. Dust jacket has very light wear at top of spine, minor edge wrinkling. 
Price: 30.00 USD
MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT., Dickens, Charles.
9 Dickens, Charles. MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT.
London Collins Clear-Type Press Full-Leather Good+ A.H. Buckland. 
808 pp, 16mo (6 1/8" H). Thin burgundy leather over card covers/spine - gold lettering and decoration on spine, top edges gilt. Burgundy endpapers, sepiatone illustrations, including frontispiece, decorated title page. **No dustjacket or slipcase.** Falling out with his cantankerous grandfather, Martin Chuzzlewit attempts to make his way in the world by apprenticing himself to the scheming architect, Seth Pecksniff. Dimissed by Pecksniff at his grandfather's insistence, he embarks for America with the congenitally cheerful Mark Tapley, who is desperate to find an environment that he feels will test his congenial nature. After a series of unpleasant adventures, Martin and Mark return to England, Martin is reconciled with his grandfather, scoundrels are exposed and faithful love is rewarded. Light to moderate browning to pages - mainly at margins, moderate browning to fore-edge and bottom of text block, light edge wear - more at corners, light fading to spine colour, tiny split at top of hinges a few small faint scuff marks on spine and covers. 
Price: 12.50 USD
RUTH DUCKWORTH / CLAIRE ZEISLER.  OCTOBER 12 - NOVEMBER 17, 1979.  (EXHIBITION CATALOGUE)., Drutt, helen William, Foreword.  McTwigan, Michael, Essays.  (Ruth Duckworth, Claire Zeisler.)
10 Drutt, helen William, Foreword. McTwigan, Michael, Essays. (Ruth Duckworth, Claire Zeisler.) RUTH DUCKWORTH / CLAIRE ZEISLER. OCTOBER 12 - NOVEMBER 17, 1979. (EXHIBITION CATALOGUE).
Philadelphia Moore College of Art 1979 Stapled in Wraps Very Good- Ruth Duckworth / Claire Zeisler 
Catalogue of the exhibition, consisting of two stapled booklets (36 pages each), bound back-to-back (sharing a back cover), 7 3/4" H x 8" D, erratum slip laid in. B&w and colour photographs. Each booklet contains a Foreword, an essay on the artist (Ruth Duckworth, ceramicist and Claire Zeisler, fibre artist), an artist chronology, a catalogue to the exhibition, a bibliography and a list of public collections housing the artists' work. Interior - very light toning to margins of pages and in gutters of pages, waviness at bottom front corner of pages in the Claire Zeisler booklet and at the bottom of the page gutters in the Ruth Duckworth booklet - probably all due to light dampness, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - three tiny corner creases. 
Price: 20.00 USD
TRUE BRITS: INSIDE THE FOREIGN OFFICE., Edwards, Ruth Dudley.  Photographs by David Secombe.
11 Edwards, Ruth Dudley. Photographs by David Secombe. TRUE BRITS: INSIDE THE FOREIGN OFFICE.
BBC Books, London, 1994, first edition. 
256 pp, large 8vo (8 15/16" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0563369558 B&w photographs. "The British Foreign Office is famous, venerable and misunderstood. While its public face is one of grandeur and formality, its inner workings are shroud ed in mystery. Now, for the first time, the Foreign Office has opened its doors to the BBC; in this book, and the television series which it accompanies, we can find out what life is really like for those who represent the UK abroad or serve m i n i s t ers at home. Among the many issues (the author) considers are what diplomats do and how they do it, why it is a difficult job for a woman, how the Foreign Office compares with the other foreign services, and why Britain seems out on a l im b in E ur op e. She looks at diplomats doing work which ranges from negotiating complicated deals in Brussels to visiting drug traffickers in Bangkok and dealing with death in Delhi. Throughout the book (she) captures the heady excitement that ca n go wit h b ein g a diplomat, but shows too how gruelling can be the demands the life makes on diplomats and their families." Two tiny scuffs on front board, light wrinkling at bottom of spine, small area of discolorization at top edge of rear boa rd . Dust jac ket has light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, minor soiling on rear panel, minor rubbing. Very Good/Very Good 
Price: 30.00 USD
FLYPAST.  NO. 93.  APRIL 1989.  (FLY PAST.), Ellis, Ken, ed.  (Peter Cooksley, Ray Edwards, Francois Prins, Cliff Hoyle, Ruth Sligh, Chuck Sloat, Ian McLachlan, Dave Allport, Dave Smith, Ross McPherson.)
12 Ellis, Ken, ed. (Peter Cooksley, Ray Edwards, Francois Prins, Cliff Hoyle, Ruth Sligh, Chuck Sloat, Ian McLachlan, Dave Allport, Dave Smith, Ross McPherson.) FLYPAST. NO. 93. APRIL 1989. (FLY PAST.)
Key, Stamford, Lincs., 1989. 
71 pp, 11 11/16" H, soft cover (magazine format, stapled in wraps). Profusely illustrated with b&w and color photographs. Contents: Observer's Tale (operational career of 'Peter' Wilson); 'Oboe' Mosquitoes (Pin-point bombing by 'Oboe' equipped Mos quitoes); Sir Philip's Cobra (Sir Philip Sassoon and his fleet); Sir Thomas (Sopwith); A Survivor - Just (One of Boscombe Down's Harvards); Insubstantial Evidence (Whitley sortie); Jet Heritage (Jet Heritage Collection, Bournemouth); Skybo s s ( C o r s a i r); News (death of Roland Fraissinet, demise of a Rapide); Preservation Project (CWH Lancaster); Aviation Archaeology (East Anglia); Airfield (North Coates, Donna Nook); Notebook (New Zealand), Museums of the World (National Air a nd S p ac e Mu se um , Wa shington, D.C.), etc. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear, very light wear at top/bottom of spine, tiny tear with crease on rear cover, very light rubbing on rear cover , m ino r bro wn ing to ed ge s o f textblock. VG 
Price: 10.00 USD
UNDERSTANDING SHAKESPEARE:  MACBETH.  A TUTOR TEXT., Frieman, Ruth.  (William Shakespeare.)
13 Frieman, Ruth. (William Shakespeare.) UNDERSTANDING SHAKESPEARE: MACBETH. A TUTOR TEXT.
Garden City, New York Doubleday 1964 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket 
189 pp, 9 1/2" H. "(T)he reader is guided by Ruth Frieman's clear and penetrating explanations into the rich complexities of meaning, imagery, and characterization of 'Macbeth' - and gains a deeper understanding of the greatest playwright in English Literature. Macbeth as obedient husband, fearful and indecisive conspirator, calculating murderer, and finally as the haunted man who faces death with courage - all sides of this complex protagonist are revealed as the author traces Macbeth's steady movement towards his inexorable destiny in one of Shakespeare's most powerful tragedies. Featuring a helpful, introductory historical background on the Elizabethan theatre and Shakespeare's life, the 'Macbeth' TutorText will be an invaluable aid to high school English students and to all who seek a deeper comprehension of the famous Bard. (Includes a) line-by-line discussion of the text. (Miss Frieman's) lucid analysis bridges the gap between the obscure words and archaic idioms of the 16th century and the language of the 20th century, and she accompanies the text with discussions of the nature of tragedy and the tragic hero, Shakespeare's use of prose and poetry, the relationship between rhythm, rhyme, and meter, the effects of metaphor, and the use of dramatic and stage devices." Very light edge wear, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, light browning to top of text block, slight bump to top of spine. 
Price: 25.00 USD
Toronto Musson 1972 0773700072 / 9780773700079 First Canadian Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good - 
382 pp, 8 3/4" H. 6 b&w illustrations. "As provocative and challenging as when it was first published in 1936, (this book) traces the development of female thought as reflected by the creative imagination of writers from Mary Wollstonecraft and Jane Austen to Pearl Buck and Virginia Woolf. With superb balance of reason and passion, the author probes the minds and hearts of her fellow creatures. She assesses their feeling towards their existence as women and examines their reactions to the role society expects them to fulfil." Contents: Part I. The Nineteenth-Century School of Femininity. We Wrtie as Women; Mary Wollstonecraft: Who Walked an Emotional Tight Rope; Jane Austen: Who Rode a Flirtatious Merry-Go-Round; The Bronte Sisters: Who Wrestled with Romance; George Eliot: Who Sat Like the Recording Angel and Wrote; Olive Schreiner: Who Lay Listening to the Biological Drum Beating. Part II. The Twentieth-Century School of Femininity. Little Girl Pals: Anita Loos - Dorothy Parker - Katharine Brush - Daphne du Maurie; Go-Getters: Edna Ferber - Fannie Hurst - G.B. Stern - Rose Macaulay; Matriarchs: Dorothy Canfield - Margaret Ayer Barnes - Storm Jameson - Phyllis Bentley - Phyllis Bottome - Sheila Kaye-Smith - Ruth Suckow - Evelyn Scott - Kate O'Brien; Helpmeets: Edith Wharton - Helen Grace Carlisle - Mary Borden - May Sinclair - Margaret Goldsmith - I.A.R. Wylie - Kay Boyle; Sophisticated Ladies: Ellen Glasgow - Mazo de la Roche - Margaret Kennedy - E.H. Young - E.M. Delafield - "Elizabeth" - Victoria Sackville-West; Priestesses: Pearl Buck - Radclyffe Hall - Mary Webb; Artistes: Katherine Mansfield - Willa Cather - Clemence Dane - Virginia Woolf. Minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has light edge wear, two small tears arcvhivally taped, light rubbing, scratch mark down front panel. 
Price: 25.00 USD
PARTIAL RECALL., Harris, Erdman.
15 Harris, Erdman. PARTIAL RECALL.
Privately Published 1980 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good Inscribed By Author
181 pp, 9" H. Colour frontispiece, b&w photographs. Inscribed on front fee endpaper: "With many fond memories of luncheons at the Century and the treat of reading your books / Erdman". Personal reminiscences of Erdman Harris (of the Massey-Harris Harrises and the Shenstones on his mother's side), born in Toronto in 1898. Recounts his early days on Walmer Road in Toronto, his trip to the Delhi Durbar, boarding school life, time at Princeton University where he worked with F. Scott Fitzgerald on the Triangle Club show of 1916 (Safety First), further studies in Edinburgh, teaching in Cairo, marriage and family life, etc. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear, a few minor soiling marks and very faint liquid marks on rear cover. 
Price: 45.00 USD
Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1943. 
52 pp, small 8vo (7 1/2" H), hard cover (gold lettering/borders on spine) - no dust jacket. Copyright page states "First and Second Printings before Publication". A bittersweet love story about a shy young New York office worker who experiences a fleeting but intense romance with a soldier about to be posted overseas in WWII. Light to oderate browning to pages and endpapers, lght edge wear to boards, fading to spine color - lettering still very legible, light fading on hinges, browning to e dges of textblock, slight bump to top of spine. Good+ 
Price: 10.00 USD
17 Hinke, C.J. Introduction by Peter E. Hanff. OZ IN CANADA: A BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Vancouver William Hoffer 1982 0919758002 / 9780919758001 First Edition Soft Cover Good- 
85 pp, 8 1/2" H. B&w pictorial endpapers, b&w reproductions of book covers, title pages, etc. throughout. Contents: Introduction; The Copp, Clark Story; The Canadian Editions of the Oz Books; Addenda: Early Canadian Issues of L. Frank Baum's Non-Oz Works / Pseudonyma and Anonymous Works; Ephemera; Appendix A: Copp, Clark Spine Imprints on Canadian Issues of First Editions; Appendix B: Copp, Clark Title Page Imprints of Canadian Issues of First Editions; References; Acknowledgements; The Author. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownwership marks. Exterior - moderate edge wear - mainly on spine edges, a few faint writing indentations, small faint liquid mark on front cover, a few tiny scuff and soiling marks, book is slightly cocked, minor rubbing. 
Price: 25.00 USD
Kingston, Ontario Iawah House 1983 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good 
193 pp, 8 1/2" H. B&w photographs, maps. Written to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Camp Iawah (and its predecessory, the Christian Youth Centre), this is a biography of Charles W. Leach (and his wife, Ruth) and his life of service within the Baptist Church in Ontario. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - light edge wear, light rubbing on covers, diagonal crease down front cover near hinge. 
Price: 15.00 USD
Erin, Ontario Boston Mills 1983 0919822541 / 9780919822542 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good 
150 pp, 11" H. Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, reproductions. "Baseball is a sport that Canadians have embraced from the 1850s; the very beginning of the game. If hockey rules the winters of our history, then baseball rules our summers. (This) is a look at Canada's baseball heritage, from its beginnings in Ontario to its spread to every province and territory of the Dominion. (We) are introduced to Canadians, past and present, who made it to the 'Big Leagues'. There are Americans too, who are proud to admit that their playing careers were begun or influenced by the game of baseball as it was played north of the American border. (It's) the story of Canada's only major league championship team, barnstorming Japanese Canadians, Slapsie Maxies Curvaceous Cuties, Nazi baseball riots in Toronto, Lester Pearson's diamond diplomacy, Babe Ruth's first professional career homerun (hit in Toronto, Ontario) as well as the birth of the Expos and Blue Jays." Interior - very small soft bump to top corner of pages, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - small soft crease at top corner of covers, small crease at fore-edge of front cover, minor rubbing, small faint ink line on rear cover, very minor edge wear. 
Price: 15.00 USD
RATTRAY MARSH, THEN AND NOW:  ARTICLES ON THE HUMAN SETTLEMENT AND NATURAL HISTORY OF THE RATTRAY MARSH CONSERVATION AREA., Hussey, Ruth and Goulin, Judith.  Ian D. Macdonald, Elliott G. Heslop, John Newell, Lorelie Mitchell, Kirsten Burling.  Epilogue by James E. Bendell.
20 Hussey, Ruth and Goulin, Judith. Ian D. Macdonald, Elliott G. Heslop, John Newell, Lorelie Mitchell, Kirsten Burling. Epilogue by James E. Bendell. RATTRAY MARSH, THEN AND NOW: ARTICLES ON THE HUMAN SETTLEMENT AND NATURAL HISTORY OF THE RATTRAY MARSH CONSERVATION AREA.
Rattray Marsh Protection Association 1990 0969357303 / 9780969357308 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good - 
210 pp, 9" H. B&w photographs, drawings, maps - errata slip glued in on 'Notes' section at rear. "There is a special, wild place in the heart of the City of Mississauga, where rare animals and plants thrive surrounded by development. This book is a complete and living chronicle of the Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, its human settlement and natural history. It is a must for those who value such pockets of nature. Yet (it) does more. It is a statement of how we can successfully live in harmony with nature and wild things. It is an open-eyed description of how this area was preserved and how it can be maintained." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - slight twist to spine, very light edge wear, two tiny corner creases, small slight bump at fore-edge of front cover, small very light stain on top of text block, minor rubbing. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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