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141 Morelli, Marcello, editor. (Maria Luisa Moncassoli Tibone, Salvatore Ciro Nappo, Milena Ercole Pozzoli, Giuseppe Mazzocchi, Michael Leech, Maria Longhena, Paola Calore, Heidi Bocker, Peter Kristiansen, Frantisek Kadlec, Thomas Thiis-Evensen, et al. THE WORLD'S GREATEST ROYAL PALACES. INCLUDING THE ROYAL PALACES OF OSLO, STOCKHOLM AND COPENHAGEN.
Grange, Hoo, Rochester, 2000. 
304 pp, folio (14 1/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 1840133732 Profusely illustrated in colour. "Built to astonish and to celebrate the magnificence of the most powerful families in the world, royal palaces and houses are the consequences of an age in which the splendor and opulence of a prince or a people could be measured by the decor of a salon, by the grandeur of a building or the originality of a fountain. Suspended between the sky and the earth, as occurred in the Far East, or solidly rooted to the ground, as was the norm in Europe, the house of the monarch has alwys been the meeting point of two minds: that of the master, who saw in his house the expression of his power and creativity, and that of the architect a n d t e a m s of craftsmen who built it for him, often creating a noble monument rather than a place to live....This book tells of the mysteries and legends of the buildings and the official and secret versions of the history of their occupants. T he t e xt i s co mplemented by a series of splendid photographs that together offer the reader a visit through space and time to the most famous palaces of the world where the lives of royal families and their courts burned bright and where bea uty mi xed w ith po we r." Palaces covered: Royal Palace of Turin; Royal Palace of Caserta; Royal Palace of Versailles, Castle of Chambord; Castle of Fontainebleau; Alhambra; Escorial; Royal Palace of Queluz; Buckingham Palace; Hampton Court; C astl e of Bru sse ls; Het Loo Pal ace; Castle of Neuschwanstein; Castle of Charlottenburg; Sans Souci; Schonbrunn; Esterhaza; Castle of Prague; Palace of Wilanow; Rosenborg; Royal Palace in Oslo; Royal Palace in Stockholm; Kremlin; Karskoe Selo; P eterh of; T opkap i Pa lace ; Am ber Fort; Red Fort in Delhi; Forbidden City; Royal Palace in Bangkok. Small bump to three corners and to top/bottom of rear hinge. Dust jacket has light wear at corners and top/bottom of hinges, wrinkling at top/b ottom of spi ne and flap -fold s. V ery Good/V ery Good 
Price: 75.00 USD
Times Books, New York, 1979, second printing. 
278 pp, large 8vo (9 3/8" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0812907388 B&w illustrations. "The epic story of how the Twentieth Air Force was built into the most advanced strategic weapon of World War II and the prototype for today's Strategic A ir Command is filled with action, heroic adventures, and technological triumphs. (This book) describes the expert teamwork which offset the tremendous obstacles facing General Henry ('Hap') Arnold, Chief of Army Air Corps, from the outset. T h e B - 2 9 had to be designed, built, tested, and proved in an impossibly short time. But perhaps the greatest enemy of all was geography: The men in General Curtis LeMay's command flew B-29s carrying their own fuel over the Himalayas from Indi a, w he r e th ey were based for operations over China, Southeast Asia, and ultimately, Japan. Replete with firsthand reports and anecdotes, here are accounts of air battles against suicidal Japanese pilots, and of political infighting. The cast of ch ara ct er s i ncl udes supporters such as FDR and General George Marshall, and such prominent wartime figures as Chennault, Stilwell, and Chiang Kai-shek. The author details LeMay's little-known, successful tactic that wiped out virtually e very maj or J apa nes e ci ty l ong before the A-bombs were dropped. (He) argues convincingly that LeMay's strategy made not only the American atom bombing of Japan unnecessary, but also the development and future use of nuclear weapons." Small s hallo w bum p at bott om e dge o f fro nt board. Dust jacket has two very small edge tears with creases - archivally taped, light rubbing, large corner crease on front flap, wrinkling and soft crease on spine. Very Good/Very Good- 
Price: 10.00 USD
Images from Past, Bennington, Vermont, (1998), Ist printing. 
114 pp, small 4to (10" H), soft cover. B&w reproductions, maps. "The dramatic story of the Saratoga Campaign from the perspective of the northern British army's commanding officer, Major General John Burgoyne. Leaving Saint Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec in June, Burgoyne was confident in his ability to strike a decisive blow against the rebellion in the colonies. Instead, the stubborn rebels fought back, slowed his advance and inflicted irreplaceable losses, leading to his defeat and surrender at Saratoga on October 17, 1777 - an important turning point in the American Revolution." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very minor edge wear, small bookstore label on rear cover, flat uncreased spine. V G+ 
Price: 14.50 USD
Natural Heritage, Toronto, 2001. 
95 pp, 9" H, soft cover. ISBN 1896219705 B&w photographs, map. "Poetry or potsherds? That's the surprising dilemma one of Canada's well-known nature writers confronts in this highly personalized account of a lifetime's involvement as an avocatio nal archaeologist. With deft descriptive powers, (he) leads us gently into this new facet of his amazing spectrum of interest. Not unexpectedly, there even is poetry in his approach to studying prehistoric remains! From childhood to adolesc e n c e , to wartime service with the U.S. Army in the Southwest Pacific, from exploring the vast sand dunes of Lake Athabasca to excavating a 3000-year-old-site he discovered west of Winnipeg, Nero allows us to share his enthusiasm and excitement in o ut do or adventures." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - clean and bright. Fine 
Price: 10.00 USD
Stackpole, Mechanicsburg, PA, 2000. 
176 pp, 8vo (8 1/4" H), soft cover. ISBN 0811727734 B&w maps, drawings. "(An) easy-to-use guidebook to more than 40 favorite hikes in northeast Pennsylvania (north of Interstate 78, east of Route 15). Each hike begins with a table listing hike d istance, elevation, directions to trailhead, interesting features along the way, handicapped accessibility, duration of hike, hiking surface description, permissibility of hunting, and facilities, followed by a short narrative that describe s i n m o r e detail where to go and what to see on each hike. Each hike includes a topographic map with the selected route marked. The hikes vary from easy to moderate to challenging." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership mar ks . Ex t er io r - minor rubbing. Near Fine 
Price: 12.50 USD
Toronto McClelland & Stewart 1989 0771068077 / 9780771068072 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good+ 
294 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H). Map on front endpapers, reproductions of letters on rear endpapers. "Few people know that Charles Dickens had a son who served in the North-West Mounted Police in the days when the Canadian West was wild. Those historians who mention his twelve years in the force (1874-1886) dismiss him as a round peg in a square hole, a fat, stammering, slightly deaf, alcoholic Englishman with a tendency to fall off his horse in the course of tense confrontations with Indian warriors. These recently discovered letters home to England set the record straight, and reveal the true Dickens. Not only do these letters tell us much about the Dickens family, even to the point of parodying 'Pa's' purple prose, they also tell us a great deal about early Canada as Dickens saw it in Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal, and Winnipeg, and in forts all across the prairies. Dickens met everyone worth meeting in the West - including Crowfoot, Gabriel Dumont, Sam Steele, Jerry Potts, and Louis Riel - and even encountered famous visitors such as Sitting Bull, the Governor General, and Col. Harry Flashman (whom he calls 'a humbug'). And while he may have blotted his copy-book surrendering Fort Pitt to Riel's rebels, we learn here that he deserves credit for inspiring the Mounties' Musical Ride and the phrase 'a Mountie always gets his man'. Editor Nichol's wonderful skills have brought this man so alive that when we part from Frank Dickens at the end of the book, we do so with the sense of having lost a friend." Small area of light browning on top of text block. Dust jacket has tiny dent on rear panel, very minor edge wrinkling. 
Price: 15.00 USD
New York William Morrow 1995 0688146007 / 9780688146009 First American Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
398 pp, 9 1/2" H. B&w illustrations. "In May 1595, a hundred Englishmen - 'gentlemen, soldiers, rowers, boat-keepers, boys, and of all sorts' - rowed up a river in South America in search of the lost golden city of El Dorado. They were led by Sir Walter Ralegh, forty years old, ready to hazard his fading reputation on this doomed gamble. Four hundred years later Charles Nicholl follows their trail into the strange terrain of this enduring international obsession. The journey begins with Ralegh's curious 'charte' in the British Museum and leads through the labyrinthine delta of the Orinoco River and up into the rugged Guiana highlands of southern Venezuela, the setting of Conan Doyle's 'The Lost World'. A night with a Warao tobacco shaman, an encounter with the jungle-hermit Laime, bush pilot Jimmy Angel's stories of earlier days, life in the shantytowns of the region's gold diggers - these color and deepen the book's intense recollection of that original Elizabethan expedition. In this vivid reconstruction, Nicholls blends historical scholarship with idiosyncratic reportage in a unique and fascinating mix." Very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has some light wrinkling at top of spine and top edge, slight fading to some of the spine and front hinge colour. 
Price: 15.00 USD
G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York, (1973). 
379 pp, 8vo (8 5/8" H), hard cover in dust jacket. B&w illustrations. "The first full-scale narrative history of the Boxer Rebellion told from the Chinese point of view, as well as that of the West, (this book) is a graphic re-creation of those few explosive months in 1900 when hundreds of Christian missionaries were killed, thousands of Chinese Christians were slaughtered, and the Foreign Settlement of Tientsin and the diplomatic community of Peking were besieged..." Very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, light browning to top of text block. Dust jacket has very light browning at edges, light edge wear/wrinkling, several tiny/small closed tears - mainly at top/bottom of spine, light rubbing. VG/G+ 
Price: 10.00 USD
SASKATCHEWAN HISTORY.  VOL. XXXVII NO.s 1, 2 & 3.  (WINTER, SPRING, AUTUMN 1984).  PLUS INDEX., Oliver, E.H.; Bloomfield, G.T.; Feather, Joan; Matthews, Vincent L.; Glen Makahonuk; Neufeld, David; Ronaghan, Allen; Thomas F. Schilz; Spinks, J.W.T.; Goldsmith, Violet.
149 Oliver, E.H.; Bloomfield, G.T.; Feather, Joan; Matthews, Vincent L.; Glen Makahonuk; Neufeld, David; Ronaghan, Allen; Thomas F. Schilz; Spinks, J.W.T.; Goldsmith, Violet. SASKATCHEWAN HISTORY. VOL. XXXVII NO.s 1, 2 & 3. (WINTER, SPRING, AUTUMN 1984). PLUS INDEX.
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Saskatchewan Archives Office 1984 Stapled in Wraps Very Good 
120 pp in 3 volumes (complete year), 10" H. Single sheet Index to Volume XXIV (1984) laid in. B&w illustrations. Articles: Lewis Herbert Thomas, 1917-1983; "I Can See a Car in That Crop: Motorization in Saskatchewan, 1906-1934; Kelsey's Journal of 1691 Reconsidered; Documents of Western History - Stockholm's First Teacher: Excerpts from the Diary of Violet Goldsmith; Early Medical Care in Saskatchewan; The Saskatoon Relief Camp Workers' Riot of May 8, 1933: An Expression of Class Conflict; Thorbergur Thorvaldson: A Canadian Scientist-Statesman; The Prairie Pastor - E.H. Oliver; Brandy and Beaver Pelts: Assiniboine-European Trading Patterns, 1695-1805; Early Mining Exploration in Northern Saskatchewan: The H.V. Dardier Expedition of 1914-1917. Plus book reviews. Interiors - No 2 has soft bump at top/bottom corners of text block, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exteriors - No 2 has soft creases at top/bottom corner of covers, all books have very minor edge wear and minor toning to edges/spines. 
Price: 20.00 USD
Hellgate Press, Central Point, Oregon, 1999, first edition. 
276 pp, small 4to (10" H), soft cover. ISBN 1555714986 "On 7 August 1942, the amphibious assault on Tulagi and Guadalcanal was the first American offensive in World War II against the rampaging forces of the Empire of Japan. The enemy retaliatio n - from the sea, air and on land - was swift, fierce and bloody. Yet many soldiers contend the greatest struggle of all was confronting the 'Green Hell' - a reeking, rotting and malaria-infested jungle that tested any soldier's strength and c o u r a g e. Against all odds, the young and inadequately trained and supplied 1st Marine Division, commanded by Lt. General Archer Vandergrift and the Army's equally inexperienced 164th Infantry Regiment held onto Guadalcanal for four awesome m o nt hs a ga in st the best trained and seasoned forces that Japan sent in. Every aspect of the battle remains impressive. From the assistance of the Australian Coastwatchers who hid away in dangerous observation points along the Solomon's chain o f i sla nds to th e A rmy and 2nd Marine Division's actions in the last two months of the campaign." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very minor edge wear, one light crease down spine, slight curl at for e-e dge of c over s. Very Goo d 
Price: 15.00 USD
151 Page, Dorothy G. Research by Violet Bjerke. Edited by Ada M. And Hiram M. Drache. POLAR PILOT: THE CARL BEN EIELSON STORY.
Danville, Illinois Interstate 1992 0813429390 / 9780813429397 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good 
409 pp, 9" H. B&w photographs, maps, reproductions. Biography of pioneering cold-weather aviator, Carl Ben Eielson (1897-1929), winner of the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Harmon Trophy. Interior - small crease at bottom corner of last page and soft crease on adjacent pages, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - very small soft crease at bottom front corner and small soft crease at bottom rear corner. 
Price: 25.00 USD
Langley, B.C. Stagecoach Publishing 1976 0889830053 / 9780889830059 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Good- 
195 pp, 9 1/4" H. B&w illustrations. "The rugged coasts and rivers of British Columbia, Alaska and the Arctic Ocean have exacted a heavy toll of ships and seamen during the past 200 years. During this time, hundreds of vessels and thousands of lives have been lost to storms, uncharted reefs, treacherous currents and primitive navigational aids. Shipwreck, piracy, heroism and infamy; all have played their roles on this stormy stage of sea, ice and river rapid. (The author) covers the more spectacular of these ship disasters from the so-called 'mystery wrecks' to the comical salvage of the poor 'Nanette'. Previous owner's name in ink on front pastedown, very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has light to moderate edge wear/wrinkling/rubbing, several small edge tears archivally taped, wrinkling on spine. 
Price: 17.50 USD
153 Peacock, Max. MEN OF WRATH.
London Allan Wingate 1950 First Edition Hard Cover Good+ 
224 pp, 7 1/2" H. Red cloth with gold lettering on spine. "At his trial before King Charles the Second, after his attempt to steal the Crown Jewels, Colonel Blood caused some sensation by declaring that a few months before he had saved His Majesty's life. His statement is true up to a point, but the reason he gave for performing the kind act was a mere fabrication, intended to flatter the King's vanity or tickle his sense of humour. This book is an attempt to portray the matter as it really was." Light edge rubbing, tiny bump and light wear at bottom corner of boards, tiny dent on top of rear board, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, small rub marks on front board and on spine, slight color fading on spine, small label from bookstore on front pastedown, very light browning on endpapers, two small tears on fore-edge of page 29/30 - archivally taped, two tiny chips on fore-edge of page leaf 31/32, very light browning to edges of text block. 
Price: 25.00 USD
MAN RAY., Penrose, Roland.
154 Penrose, Roland. MAN RAY.
New York Graphic Society, Boston, 1975. 
208 pp, large 8vo (9 3/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0316544892 Profusely illustrated in color and b&w with photographs and reproductions. "Roland Penrose has been a close friend of the artist for almost fifty years. This is the first m ajor monograph ever published on Man Ray, and for it Penrose has created an absorbing narrative about the life of his friend, about his work and about his steady presence at the flash point of twentieth-century contemporary art...." Very m i n o r b r o w ning to pages, light browning to edges of textblock, very light edge wear to boards. Dust jacket has some areas of moderate edge wrinkling, moderate browning at edges, light browning on spine. Very Good/Very Good- 
Price: 27.50 USD
HEMINGWAY AND FILM., Phillips, Gene D.  Introduction by Carlos Baker.  (Ernest Hemingway.)
155 Phillips, Gene D. Introduction by Carlos Baker. (Ernest Hemingway.) HEMINGWAY AND FILM.
Frederick Unger, New York, 1980. 
192 pp, 8 3/16" H, soft cover. ISBN 0804466440 B&w photographs. "Ernest Hemingway's fiction presents the film adaptor with special problems....In his penetrating study, Gene Phillips pinpoints the difficulty in turning Hemingway's subtle fiction into movie material. Some of Hollywood's finest talents have responded to the challenge. Beginning in 1932 with Frank Borazge's 'A Farewell to Arms', starring Gary Cooper and Helen Hayes, several directors have tried their hand - Sam Wood ('For Wh om the Bell Tolls', 1943), Howard Hawks ('To Have and to Have Not', 1944), and Henry King ('The Sun Also Rises', 1957). They drew on the not inconsiderable skills of such screenwriters as Dudley Nichols, William Faulkner, and John Houston. The r e s ults met with varying success. In exploring the reasons why, the book draws added validity from interviews with many of the directors and cinematographers involved in the persistent attempts to translate Hemingway into cinematic images. Carl os B ak er's moving essay, 'Hemingway's Last Appeal', sets the tone for this thematic investigation. For the interested reader or film student, the book also includes a filmography, selected bibliography, and photographs." Interior - very light b row nin g t o inside of covers, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear, minor rubbing, very minor soiling, old price sticker on rear cover. Very Good 
Price: 12.50 USD
LIFE, DEATH, AND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE ROMAN EMPIRE., Potter, D.S. and Mattingly, D.J.  (Ann E. Hanson, Maud W. Gleason, Bruce W. Frier, Greg S. Aldrete, Hazel Dodge.)
156 Potter, D.S. and Mattingly, D.J. (Ann E. Hanson, Maud W. Gleason, Bruce W. Frier, Greg S. Aldrete, Hazel Dodge.) LIFE, DEATH, AND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE ROMAN EMPIRE.
Ann Arbor University of Michigan Press 1999 0965088167 Hard Cover Fine Fine 
353 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H). B&w photographs, plans. "Family structure, gender identity, food supply, religion, and entertainment are all crucial to an understanding of the Roman world. As views of Roman history have broadened in recent decades to encompass a wider range of topics, the need has grown for a single volume that can offer a starting point for all these diverse subjects, for readers of all backgrounds. This collection fills such a need by uniting a series of general introductions on each of these topics for the nonspecialist. Each essay brings readers into contact with broadly ranging evidence, as well as a wide variety of approaches that are needed to study basic questions about the Roman world. Essays explore the Roman family, gender definition, demography, Roman food supply, Roman religion, and the wide variety of public entertainment throughout the empire. The volume brings together an unparalleled range of methodologies and topics. It will enable the modern reader to understand the Roman world in all its complexity." 
Price: 25.00 USD
EMPIRE AND THE SEA., Pratt, Fletcher.  Illustrated by Inga Stephens.
157 Pratt, Fletcher. Illustrated by Inga Stephens. EMPIRE AND THE SEA.
Henry Holt, New York, 1946. 
446 pp, 8vo (8 9/16" H), hard cover (blue cloth with black title block, gold lettering and decoration on spine, gold decoration on front board) - no dust jacket. B&w drawings, maps/battle plans. The author weaves contemporary memoirs, letters and newspaper articles together "to reflect a British point of view (of the Napoleonic wars) which may be described as not so much insular as insulated. If Napoleon plays a relatively small part in it, it is because with relation to the war the English were fighting, he originated nothing, and was strategically as well as politically only the heir of the Revolution." Previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown, tiny surface paper pull on fornt endpapers, soft crease on half-title pag e , b r o w n i n g to edges of textblock - darker on top, small water mark on top of textblock, light edge wear, slight fading on parts of front board, fading/light browning on spine, bump to top of spine, wrinkling in cloth on top half of rear bo ar d, ve ry l ig ht r ub bing. Good+ 
Price: 12.50 USD
Cornell Maritime Press, Cambridge, Maryland, 1949, Ist edition. 
277 pp, 8vo, hard cover in dust jacket. "The year 1809 found shipping in the young American Republic paralyzed by the Embargo Act of Thomas Jefferson, its President. From this beginning, Mr. Rabl has unfolded a thrilling tale of men, ships and privateering in the War of 1812...the story of Eduardo Chavez who dreamed of a ship that would outsail and out-maneuver any ship afloat; of Captain Thomas Boyle, America's greatest daredevil and fun-loving Irishman, who sent his Proclamation to Great Britain's rulers putting the United Kingdom and Ireland under rigorous blockade; of beautiful and vivacious Rose LeCompte who loved a man she could not have. But most of all, it is the story of the clipper ship, Chasseur, the visions and the heartaches that went into her building, the thrills and excitement of her battles as a privateer and her many episodes as a merchantman in the China trade. With Baltimore as the focal point during the War of 1812, this story of Tom Boyle and the Chasseur, offering all the action, color and romance of the period, is made intensely vivid through Mr. Rabl's wide experience with ships and the sea." Light edge wear to boards, light wrinkling a top/bottom of spine, tiny areas of dis-coloration on hinges, shallow depression on bottom of textblock. Dust jacket has small chips and tears, foxing to some edges moderate edge wear, three very small perforations on hinges, light fading and small scuffs on spine, now protected in mylar sleeve. VG-/Fair 
Price: 22.50 USD
Cheltenham Toronto Area Archivists Group / Boston Mills Press 1978 0919822851 / 9780919822856 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good 
113 pp, 10" H. Contents: Foreword; Volume Introduction; Editorial Notes; Listings (Municipal Records / Educational Institutions / Religious Institutions / Private); Appendices; Locator Index. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very light edge wear, minor rubbing, two tiny corner creases, minor browning on covers. 
Price: 15.00 USD
CANADIAN MILITARY HISTORY.  SUMMER 2007.  VOLUME 16, NUMBER 3., Sarty, Roger, editor.  Richard O. Mayne; G.C. Case; Mark Davidson; Andrew Burtch; Bruno Friesen; Mark Osborne Humphries; John Maker; Wilhelm J. Kiesselbach; W.A.B. Douglas.
160 Sarty, Roger, editor. Richard O. Mayne; G.C. Case; Mark Davidson; Andrew Burtch; Bruno Friesen; Mark Osborne Humphries; John Maker; Wilhelm J. Kiesselbach; W.A.B. Douglas. CANADIAN MILITARY HISTORY. SUMMER 2007. VOLUME 16, NUMBER 3.
Waterloo, Ontario Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University 2007 11958472 Stapled in Wraps Very Good+ 
80 pp, 11" H (magazine format). B&w photographs, maps, reproductions. Contents: The Great Naval Battle of North Point: Myth or Reality?; Trial by Fire: Major-General Christopher Vokes at the Battles of the Moro River and Ortona; Preparing for the Bomb: The Development of Civil Defence Policy in Canada, 1948-1963; Afghanistan: A Glimpse of War - Contemporary History at the Canadian War Museum; Kamerad, tritt ein!: German Trench Culture - An aspect of the Human side of the First World War; The First Use of Poison Gas at Ypres, 1915: A Translation from the German Official History; Sydney F. Wise, 1924-2007: A Personal Recollection. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor wear at top/bottom of spine. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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