Lahore: Punjab University/printed at Sunbeam Art Press, 1956. Book. Fine. Soft cover. 37pp. Tall 8vo/24.5cm. Printed yellow wrappers with university seal printed in green, stapled, light soil and wear, several check marks pp 24-25 plus printed text change pasted on, otherwise internally fine. In addition to the usual rules and regulations, fees, etc. a list of the staff is given and a history of the college from 1868..
[Lahore]: Aitchison College, 1958. Book. Good. Soft cover. N.d. [c.1958], 118 pages in English, ca ninety four pages in Urdu, many illustrations (some in color). 4to/27.5cm. Pictorial wrappers, few closed tears along spine, one small chip, the wrapper has pulled loose from the spine but is otherwise intact, small smudge on foreedge, text block stapled but otherwise internally clean and tight. One of the old Chiefs' Colleges from pre-Partitition India, the College was still an institution for the elite in 1957-58. An interesting publication about this still important school of the new Muslim country. Some ties to the pre-Partition period, prior Hindu staff and Hindu 'old boys' are mentioned without rancor..
Lahore: Social Sciences Research Centre, Panjab University, 1959. Book. Fine. Soft cover. First Edition. [i], ii, 39pp, Azhar text, Remarks about the Research Methods by W. Eberhard, appendix of tables and sample questionnaires. 4to/27.5cm. Printed wrappers, stapled, light soiled, internally fine. The first of a series of reports to be published by the Social Sciences Research Centre formerly named the Social Sciences Research Project. Dr. B.A. Azhar was formerly Chief Research Officer of the Project. Dr. Eberhard was formerly Research Consultant to the Project..
Lahore: Ripon Book Depot, 1955. Book. Very Good. Soft cover. Fourth Edition Revised and Enlarged (1949). vi, 645pp. 8vo/22cm. A popular economics text for B.A. level students in Pakistan. Printed paper-covered boards, light wear, some closed cracks, in mylar protector, flimsy dust jacket in pieces laid in, stamp of Lahore dealer on ffep with 4-digit number, otherwise internally clean, tight and very good. The author was an economics professor at Emerson College, Multan at the time of writing. He published several other works, usually involved with an Islamic theme..