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Male Sexual Performance
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Male Sexual Performance

By Julty, Sam

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1975. First edition, as stated. Hardcover. Good +/Good. 353 pages. Ex-library. A candid and open book about impotence in men, with interview with men that have dealt with the problem and with women and doctors. Red cloth binding with gilt titles on spine. Dust jacket is fastened to book, but cover looks to be in good condition with minor edge wear, a little bumping of corners and spine ends, gilt still bright, library stamps on front free end paper, library ink notations on copyright page and facing, library stamps on back end papers. Mylar covered white dust jacket with multicolored titles on front cover and spine looks a little tanned and darkened, spotted, light edge wear, not price clipped.

$12.00

After a Hundred Years
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After a Hundred Years

By Stefferud, Alfred, Editor

Washington DC: United States Government Printing Office, 1962. First edition. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. 688 pages with index, illustrated with black and white photographs, drawings and charts. Foreword by Orville L. Freeman, Secretary of Agriculture. Title refers to the 100 year existence of the Department of Agriculture. Quarter blue cloth over decorative boards, tan titles on spine, illustrated end papers. Some edge wear, particularly at spine edges, corners and spine ends bumped, minor spotting of cover, interior pages bright, binding tight.

$10.00

Farm Fever
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Farm Fever

By Baker, Jerry and Dan Kibbie

New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1977. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good/fair. 276 pages with index, illustrated with a few small drawings. Advice on buying the perfect land to turn farming dreams into reality and on how to make the reality work for you. Vivid green binding with blindstamped plow on front cover and copper titles on spine. Cover is in very good condition with minor bumping of spine ends and corners, a little discoloration of end papers, interior pages bright, binding tight. Light tan illustrated dust jacket with red and black titles on front cover and spine is faded at spine with some soiling, small holes at edges and folds, edge wear, scuffs, remains of old price sticker on front cover, crease in back cover, short tear at top of spine, not price clipped.

$12.00

1904 Handbook of Gasoline Cars
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1904 Handbook of Gasoline Cars

By Purdy, Ken

Chelsea House Publishers, 1969. Not stated. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. 83 pages, printed mostly on one side, with black and white illustrations of early automobiles and descriptions in two-color red and white. Red cloth binding with gilt titles on front cover and spine, red end papers. Cover darkened, spotted and scratches, some edge wear, gilt faded, corners and spine ends heavily bumped, stamped "H" on front free end paper, interior pages lightly tanned, binding tight, a little staining along upper edge of back end papers.

$10.00

Our Sex Life
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Our Sex Life

By Kahn, Fritz; Translated from the German into English by George Rosen

New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1947. Second edition, revised. Hardcover. Good +/good. 459 pages, illustrated with black and white and color plates. Translated by George Rosen. A complete sex manual, covering everything up to diseases and reflecting the morals and attitudes of a changing world. Maroon cloth binding with gilt titles and bands on front cover and spine, blue top-edge. Very light shelf wear, one small spot on front cover, corners and spine ends bumped, page edges a little spotted, a few page corners creased, interior pages very lightly tanned, former owner's name and address with 1940 date on front end papers. Light tan dust jacket with dark blue or black titles on front cover and spine is tanned with a few creases, no tears, small chips and creases in edges, pencil markings at top of inner fold, not price clipped.

$11.00

The Modern Steam Car and Its Background
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The Modern Steam Car and Its Background

By Derr, Thomas S.

Los Angeles, California: Floyd Clymer, 1934. Revised. Vintage paperback. Good/No jacket. 148 pages with advertisements, plus blank memo pages, illustrated with black and white photographs. Written in 1932 and revised in 1934, this history of steam powered vehicles is supplemented by an article on Historical Steam Cars by Floyd Clymer. Bright yellow illustrated wraps with black titles on front cover and spine, $2.00 original price. Spine just a little faded, reading crease by spine and one black stain at bottom of front cover near spine, minor spotting and very light edge wear, interior pages a little tan but clean, binding tight, smudge on back free end paper..

$12.00

Elements of Geology
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Elements of Geology

By Le Conte, Joseph, Revised and partly rewritten by Herman Le Roy Fairchild

New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1908. Fifth Edition, Revised. Hardcover. Fair/No jacket. 667 pages plus advertising, illustrated with black and white plates and numerous drawings. Revised and enlarged, covering new theories of geology. Green pebbled cloth binding with blindstamped borders on front cover, gilt titles and bands on spine. Heavy wear to cover with scuffs, scratches, spotting and remains of something stuck to top of front cover, bottom leading corner of front cover heavily chipped and frayed, other corners and spine ends bumped, bookseller's sticker "Henry Malkan, 18 Broadway, New York" on front fixed end paper, pencil notation on front free end paper, former owner's name "May Maddux, May, 1908" on front free end paper, interior pages bright, binding mostly tight except for split at last page of index, all pages attached.

$12.00

The People's Home Library
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The People's Home Library

By Barnum, R. C. , Compiler

Cleveland, Ohio: The R. C. Barnum Co., 1914. Later printing. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. Three books bound in one: The People's Home Medical Book by T. J. Ritter, M. D., The People's Home Recipe Book by Mrs. Alice G. Kirk, and The People's Home Stock Book by W. C. Fair. Illustrated with black and white and color plates and other drawings. Black cloth binding with yellow titles and decorations on front cover and spine, green decorative end papers, marbled page edges with cut outs for book sections. Titles faded, cover scrubbed with some edge wear, corners and spine ends bumped and a little frayed, some spotting, hinges a bit weak, interior pages lightly tanned but clean, binding stressed in a couple of places but all pages attached.

$55.00

Charles Darwin and the Voyage of the Beagle
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Charles Darwin and the Voyage of the Beagle

By Barlow, Nora, editor

New York: Philosophical Library, 1946. Not stated. Hardcover. Good +/good. 279 pages with glossary and index, illustrated with black and white plates and fold-out map. A selection from the unpublished letters to his family and notebooks Darwin filled during his famous voyage, edited by his granddaughter, who was a noted Darwin scholar. Green cloth binding with black title blocks and gilt titles on front cover and spine. Light wear and fading of cover, a little bumping of corners and spine ends, light stain on back cover, interior pages lightly tanned and clean, binding tight. Illustrated blue and gray jacket with yellow and white titles on front cover has a short tear and chip at front of spine bottom, scuff in center top quarter of front jacket, some edge wear with creases, stain on back jacket cover causing wrinkles, $3.75 price not clipped.

$18.00

New Fragments/Fragments of Science, Volume I and Volume II (Three volume set)
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New Fragments/Fragments of Science, Volume I and Volume II (Three volume set)

By Tyndall, John

New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1896. Authorized Edition. Hardcover. Good +/No jacket. Three volume collection of essays by a prominent 19th century physicist. Half leather binding over marbled boards, gilt titles on spine, gilt top edge. Some wear to leather edges, spotting and scuffing of leather, gilt still mainly bright with a few scuffs, corners and spine ends bumped, minor pencil markings on end papers, interior pages bright or very lightly tanned, bindings tight. A handsome set.

$50.00

A Treatise on the Differential and Integral Calculus,
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A Treatise on the Differential and Integral Calculus,

By Courtenay, Edward H.

New York: A. S. Barnes & Co., 1857. Early printing. Hardcover. Fair/No jacket. 501 pages, illustrated with formulas and figures. Written by a professor of mathematics in the University of Virginia, copyright 1855, and published after his death in 1853. Quarter leather over brown textured cloth binding with blindstamped designs in front and back covers and gilt titles and raised bands on spine, yellow end papers, marbled page edges. Heavy wear to cover, binding split at spine making front board loose, leather missing over hinge at front cover, spotting, edge wear, scrubbing of leather, corners and spine ends bumped and frayed with some chipping of spine ends, front hinge weak showing webbing, former owner's name "D. W. Hall (Dick Wick Hall) on front fixed end paper, another owner's name "J. Henry Timberlake, June 18, 1859" on front free end paper with pencil notations, foxing of end papers, interior pages bright with a few stains and some foxing, binding otherwise tight.

$50.00

What Arithmetic Shall We Teach?
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What Arithmetic Shall We Teach?

By Wilson, Guy Mitchell

Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1926. Not stated. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. 149 pages with bibliography. Exploring new methods of teaching mathematics in schools. Brown cloth binding with blindstamped titles and embossed decoration in front cover and gilt titles on spine. Spotting of cover, light edge wear, corners and spine ends a little bumped, gilt bright, end papers a little foxed, interior pages tanned, binding tight.

$14.00

The Life of the Ant
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The Life of the Ant

By Maeterlinck, Maurice; Translated by Bernard Miall

New York: The John Day Company, 1930. Not stated. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. 282 pages with bibliography. A fascinating study of hive insects by a controversial author who won a Nobel prize for his work but was also accused of plagiarism. Green cloth binding with gilt decoration on front cover and (probable) gilt titles and bands on spine, green top edge. Spine faded with no trace of gilt remaining, some fading of cover edges with spotting, light edge wear, corners and spine ends bumped, former owner's bookplate "Gertrude G. Brown" on front fixed end paper, interior pages bright with a few stains, binding tight.

$25.00

The Natural History of Man
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The Natural History of Man

By De Quatrefages, A. (Jean Louis Armand de Quatrefages de Breau)

New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1875. First American edition. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. 152 pages plus advertising, illustrated with black and white drawings. Translated from French into English by Eliza A. Youmans. A study of the races of humans. Brick red cloth binding with black decorations and titles on front cover and spine, brown end papers. Some edge wear, a little spotting, corners and spine ends bumped and a bit frayed, former owner's name "Edwin L. Morgan, M. D." with notes and dates 1880 and 1881 on front end papers and title page, a little staining along edges of pages and some spotting of interior pages, which are lightly tanned, binding tight.

$15.00

A Short Guide for the Rational Treatment of children, In Health and Disease, By Water
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A Short Guide for the Rational Treatment of children, In Health and Disease, By Water

By Schieferdecker, C. C.

Philadelphia: J. W. Moore, 1852. Early printing. Hardcover. Good +/No jacket. 299 pages, plus publisher's advertising. Treatment of a number of children's diseases with a treatment the author called Hydriatics. Brown boards with blindstamped and pebbled decoration on front and back cover, gilt titles and blindstamped bands on spine, yellow end papers. Some spotting of cover, edge wear, especially at spine, spine faded a bit but gilt is still bright, spine ends chipped and spine a little scrubbed down center, corners bumped, pencil notations on front fixed end paper, owner's name "E. B. Long, Sparta, Ga." on front free end paper, small chips in leading edge of front free end paper, some foxing and staining of pages with a little tanning, binding tight, boards straight.

$95.00

Alaskan Glacier Studies
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Alaskan Glacier Studies

By Tarr, Ralph Stockman and Lawrence Martin

Washington DC: National Geographic Society, 1914. First edition. Hardcover. Fair/No jacket. 498 pages with index, illustrated with charts and black and white plates. Packet of color maps intact in pocket on back fixed end paper. Red cloth binding with gilt titles on front cover and spine. Some water damage to cover and interior pages, titles still bright, some edge wear with scratches, light bumping of corners and spine ends, front hinge a little weak, interior pages bright except for spotting due to water damage, binding tight. Map packet is also spotted due to water damage.

$20.00

Treatment of Diseases of Infancy and Childhood,
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Treatment of Diseases of Infancy and Childhood,

By Goodwin, Charles H.

New York: C. H. Goodwin, 1883. Second edition, revised. Hardcover. Fair/no jacket. 284 pages. Details the improvements in the late 19th century of the treatment of children and disease. Green cloth binding with blindstamped design on front cover and gilt titles and emblem on spine. Cover worn, spotted, gilt still bright, corners and spine ends bumped, hinges weak and showing webbing, owner inscriptions on front free end paper, notations on back end papers, interior pages lightly tanned, binding a bit shaken.

$20.00

The Veterinary Science
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The Veterinary Science

By Hodgins, J. E. and T. H. Haskett

Detroit, Michigan: The Veterinary Science Company, 1905. Fifty-sixth edition. Hardcover. Fair/No jacket. 416 pages with index, illustrated with black and white drawings and plates. Considered by many at the time to be equal to a thorough, practical course in a veternary college, and copies of the book were only available through authorized dealers. Black pebbled cloth binding with gilt titles and horse illustration on front cover with blindstamped borders on front and back cover, gilt titles on spine, red stained page edges. Titles on spine rubbed off, some fading and rubbing of gilt on front cover, spotting, some edge wear, spine faded, corners and spine ends bumped, boards a bit bowed, hinges a bit weak and showing webbing, smudge on front free end paper, interior pages tanned, binding a bit shaken.

$30.00

Yearbook of the United States Department of Agriculture 1909
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Yearbook of the United States Department of Agriculture 1909

By Arnold, Jos A., Editor

Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1910. First printing. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. 652 pages with index, illustrated with beautiful color plates and black and white plates and charts. Excellent articles about agriculture in the early 20th century. Blue cloth binding with blindstamped emblem on front cover, silver titles on spine, green marbled end papers. Some wear to cover with spotting, soiling at spine with fading, titles a little rubbed, corners and spine ends bumped, hinges weak and showing webbing, interior pages clean and lightly tanned and binding otherwise tight.

$15.00

Popular Zoology
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Popular Zoology

By Steele, J. Dorman and J. W. P. Jenks

New York: Chautauqua Press, 1887. Not stated. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. 319 pages plus advertising, illustrated with numerous black and white drawings. A study of animal life, covering invertebrates and vertebrates, classification systems and more. Hunter green cloth binding with gilt and black decorations with black titles on front cover and black decorations and gilt titles on spine. Cover darkened, some edge wear with minor spotting, a little bumping of spine ends and corners, a little spotting of end papers, interior pages lightly tanned and clean, binding tight.

$12.00

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